European migrant crisis
The European migrant crisis is a globalist-caused immigration disaster that has greatly effected Europe starting in 2015. The Libyan War and Syrian War, the legacies of President Barack Hussein Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's failed "Arab Spring" foreign policy — which according to their own public pronouncements was supposed to overthrow corrupt secular dictators and establish democracies by arming and assisting anti-democratic Islamists — resulted in attacks on homosexuals and women, mass beheadings, wholesale slaughter, and a tsunami in excess of 6 million homeless migrants, refugees, asylum seekers, and jihadis invading Europe.
Marine Le Pen, an immigration reform advocate, was first runner-up in the April 2017 elections in France. The disastrous "open borders" policy of German incumbent Angela Merkel earned her the title, 'Mother Terroresia', among critics and voters in Germany's upcoming September elections. Many of 'Merkel's Muslims' wanted for crimes in Germany have fled to neighboring countries.
Without consulting voters, the globalists of the European Union have encouraged unrestricted mass migration into Europe from war-torn and impoverished Islamic Republics. A "replacement population," according to liberals, will sustain the welfare state without cutting government spending in the face of declining fertility rates among the native populations. Rape has become prevalent, and Europe's social democratic government's concern for the safety of women and children has been lacking. The Swedish government has not made crime statistics available to the public since 2014 when it was reported that murders committed by foreign immigrants occurred at a rate 400% greater than native Swedes and rapes committed by foreign migrants 550% greater. Additionally, reductions in carbon emissions and efforts to combat global warming have been used by leftists to justify Third World immigration. Globalists have used the migration crisis to help wipe out Europe's Christian roots.
Many Muslim migrants have been unwilling to adapt to European culture and customs and have thus created much social upheaval as they demand that society change to accommodate them. For example, the wearing of the hijab to prevent rape, or women leaving their homes and going out in public unescorted by a male. Some refugees have committed major acts of terror with now over 400 dead in mass killings. The vast majority of terrorists in European countries have immigrated from the same Islamic Republics on President Trump's travel ban list.
An organized clampdown in reporting is even worse than what has been experienced in the United States. European police reports and public statements of politicians often deny what many Europeans experience in everyday life. Hate speech legislation has been used, and political correctness to censor and intimidate critics, even when material facts about Islamic lawlessness are apparent. Liberal elitist rulers have turned a blind eye to the problem and have proposed even more extreme unification policies. These issues are of concern to Americans as to what may constitute the future demographic makeup of European NATO troops in less than a generation, and where their loyalties and priorities lay in regards to NATO's stated mission, as well as the combat skills and training given to NATO troops.
- 1 Post-Obama/Arab Spring Europe
- 2 European response
- 3 Germany
- 4 France
- 5 United Kingdom
- 6 Netherlands
- 7 Belgium
- 8 Italy
- 9 Spain
- 10 Greece
- 11 Sweden
- 12 Norway
- 13 Finland
- 14 Denmark
- 15 Poland
- 16 Russian Federation
- 17 Switzerland
- 18 Austria
- 19 Serbia
- 20 Macedonia
- 21 Bulgaria
- 22 Slovenia
- 23 Slovakia
- 24 Czech Republic
- 25 Romania
- 26 Hungary
- 27 Further reading
- 28 See also
- 29 Bibliography
- 30 References
Post-Obama/Arab Spring Europe
In the hope and optimism at the close of the Cold War, which some naively labeled "the end of history", former Carter administration adviser Samuel P. Huntington wrote in his book, Clash of Civilizations, that wars in the coming millennium would not be fought between ideologies like capitalism and communism, but between civilizations, and that Islamic terrorism would be the biggest threat to Western civilization. Huntington wrote,
"Islam's borders are bloody and so are its innards."
When the 9/11 attacks first occurred, Huntington was hailed as a prophet by some. But the US State Department was quick to tamp down the phrase mindful of the futility of winning a "clash of civilizations" against one-quarter of the planet. The Bush administration spent the next eight years isolating Islamic extremism, defined as a minority of Muslim males, 12 to 28 years old, susceptible to radicalization and recruitment to perform suicide attacks.
When Barack Hussein Obama became president he spent the next eight years denying Islamic extremism existed.
- 2000 – 2003 “The Awakening Phase” in which the West will be provoked (via 9/11) into war with the Islamic world.
- 2004 – 2006 “The Opening Eyes Phase” in which jihad would become a social movement and experience a huge recruitment drive. The Iraq insurgency became the operational center for a burgeoning army of foreign jihadis.
- 2007 – 2010 “The Arising and Standing Up Phase” which will focus on destabilizing Syria, Turkey, Jordan and Israel. 'Destabilizing' is also known as 'vexation operations'.
- 2010 – 2013 “The Unification Phase” which will be aimed at the collapse of the 'near enemy', the Middle Eastern secular regimes. This phase was referred to by Western media, the US State Department, and the Obama White House as the Arab Spring.
- 2013 – 2016 “The Caliphate Rising Phase” a new Caliphate will be declared. This phase was carried out on June 29, 2014, by a group formerly known as al-Qaeda in Iraq, elbowing Zawahiri aside, who was in far away Pakistan, for the top job of Caliph.
- 2016 – 2018 “The Total Confrontation Phase” in which the empowered Caliphate will use its Islamic Army to fight the unbelievers. (See Rape jihad for one aspect of Islamification).
- 2018 – 2020 “The Definitive Victory Phase” in which Zawahiri claimed the world of “unbelievers” will be defeated after a two-year war by a unified Muslim army of 1.5 billion men.
With the misfortunes facing ISIS in the face of a Putin-Trump agreement to put a stop to the butchery and lawlessness President Obama allowed to flower, al Qaeda once again is on the rise.
In late-August 2017, the EU counter-terrorism co-ordinator, Gilles de Kerchove, stated that over 50,000 radicalized Muslims lived in Europe, with up to half of them living in the United Kingdom.
Migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees
- A migrant typically is a person who leaves their home country and crosses borders, legally or illegally, in search of economic opportunity or betterment.
- An asylum seeker is a special class of person who lived under a government the host country considers a human rights violator. The asylum seeker must claim a credible fear of political oppression and persecution from the government of his home country should he be returned. Ironically, the United Kingdom has been granting political asylum to Syrian jihadis and members of the Muslim Brotherhood for decades, groups that the governments of Russia, Egypt, and others have designated as terrorist organizations.
- Refugees generally are people forced from their homes due to the violence of war. Typically, as a humanitarian gesture, a host country may ease limitations and allow refugees to enter on either a temporary or permanent basis. Most illegal migrants currently entering Europe are claiming refugee status from the Syrian war, although many come from North and Central Africa, throughout the Middle East region, and as far away as Pakistan and Afghanistan. Some 80% of migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees lack documentation of their country of origin.
Points of entry
The EU's unified border patrol (FRONTEX) has been overwhelmed by the number of people attempting to enter. Border violence at entry points is increasing. To prevent organized 'push backs', FRONTEX picks up African boat refugees and brings them to Europe for processing. Even when an illegal migrant is caught and denied entry, the migrant typically will return and continue attempting illegal entry until they are successful. In 2016 the border guards caught 1.8 million attempts at illegal entry, six times more than the previous high in 2014.
There have been primarily four entry points heavily used by migrants, although other peripheral points exist: (1) Morocco via Spain; (2) post-Gaddafi Libya to Italy and neighboring Mediterranean shores; (3) Western Balkan route through Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, and Hungary; (4) Eastern Mediterranean through Turkey. Handbooks printed in Arabic and funded by a Soros-affiliated group have been found to help migrants shop for the best social welfare state offering the most benefits for them and their families.
The American Interest website declares:
|“|| Securing Europe’s vast land and sea borders—a task greater than that faced by the United States along its border with Mexico—is proving exceptionally challenging for the European Union (EU)....
Traffickers use small boats to reduce the chances of being picked up by patrol boats’ radars; migrants are often dropped off on stretches of inaccessible coastline, or left to drift ashore. In the case of illegal land crossings, small trucks are used to penetrate the most porous parts of eastern or southern Europe’s borders. Penalties for this are low or non-existent all around Europe, and traffickers are rarely caught anyway. Smuggling people across Europe has become easier and more profitable than any other criminal activity, including drug smuggling.
The organization Defend Europe, which is described as a "far-right group with a history of violent direct action" chartered a 422-ton ship in the Mediterranean in order to "confront" illegal immigrants sailing to Europe. Unsurprisingly, Northern Africans, on the behest of George Soros-funded organizations, blocked them from docking on their shores.
The three main points of entry into Europe by migrants are Spain, Italy, and Greece, and it was reported in 2017 that the number of migrants coming in was increasing. In 2017, the EU accepted 538,000 refugees, with Germany accepting 60% of them. It was reported in early 2018 that the number of migrants coming to Italy from Libya was quickly increasing. In the first 122 days of 2018, over 20,000 migrants crossed the Mediterranean Sea to enter Europe, and it passed 70,000 by September. In one incident in June 2018, several migrants tried to illegally enter the EU from Russia using World Cup fan IDs.
In May 2018, the European Court of Auditors estimated that 18% of all legal residents in Europe – over 90 million people – were first or second generation migrants.
The Schengen Area
The Schengen Area has its roots in the Schengen Agreement, signed in 1985 in the town of Schengen in Luxembourg. The agreement took effect in 1995. 22 of the 28 EU members are party to the agreement. The Area is not synonymous with the EU: some EU members are not part of the agreement and some non-EU members are part of the agreement. The agreement removes all internal borders in the member states, so someone can travel across its member states with no passport or border security. The Schengen Area is basically one country in this sense, even though its member states are nominally independent.
During the refugee crisis in 2015 and 2016, Austria, Denmark, Germany, Norway, and Poland re-established some border controls. In early 2017, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands, agreed to reinstate passenger lists and passport checks on trains travelling between the respective countries.
Social engineering and Europe's growing Islamic population
In 2013 Eurostat forecasted that without migrants, Europe's population would decline 100 million by 2080. In roughly 65 years, Eurostat claimed that twenty percent of Europe's population would disappear. By 2080, in Germany, 80 million people today would become 50 million. In Spain, 46.4 million people would become 30 million. In Italy, 60 million would decline to 39 million. Without consulting the voters, European liberal elites and leaders figured a new population of taxpayers could help save their healthcare and retirement systems, so they flung open the borders. The EU took the risk of transforming more or less homogenous nation-states into multicultural societies. No thought or expectation, however, was given by the liberal leaders to integrating newcomers into the host society culture. If the migrants wished to hold onto their Islamic identity, rejecting the sovereign laws of the state and swearing by Allah, and raising their children to do the same, that was fine with them. And a Muslim cannot reject his Islamic identity without fear of death at the hands of other Muslims.
A Muslim is barred by his system of governance from taking an oath of citizenship to a state. Albeit, a Muslim can deceive a non-Muslim in an important matter or issue involving life and death (such as renouncing Islam) without sinning. Islam claims that Allah alone is sovereign, and he does not share power with Jesus or any government of man other than Islam. It would be fallacious to describe Islam as a "race" or a "religion", as it is a political system of social governance with exclusively male judges to execute rulings on civil and criminal matters, based on law and precedent. There really are no gray areas over how adherents of Islam fit into the sphere of identity politics, easily discernible to all, other than the willful ignorance of liberalism.
In many irreligious European countries, there is a sub-replacement level of births which is expected to cause challenges to their pension systems and labor supplies (see: Atheism and fertility rates). As irreligious populations rise in age, the fertility rates of these countries could drop further. The Rand Corporation indicates, "Nearly all European nations are experiencing long-term downtrends in fertility, and consequently, aging of their populations. These demographic trends could have potentially damaging consequences for European economies."
Germany currently has one of the lowest birthrates in the world. The German government has been addressing the problem by taxing ethnic Germans so heavily they cannot afford to have children and importing millions of Muslim males from abroad.
In November 2017, the Pew Research Center found that if current migration trends continue, Europe's Islamic population would grow from 4.9% of the population in 2016 to 14% by 2050, with levels up to 30% in Sweden. Europe received so much Islamic immigration by 2017 that Pew found that if all immigration to Europe was completely stopped, the Islamic population would still rise to 7.4% by 2050. According to a 2018 study by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, almost all of Western Europe's population growth between 1990 and 2017 was because of mass migration. Europe's population grew by over one million people in 2017 because of immigration, despite the fact that deaths outnumbered births that year.
The EU has not used immigration solely to promote Islam and "multiculturalism". In June 2018, the European Court of Justice ruled that every EU member-nation must recognize homosexual "marriages" of immigrants who were "married" in another country, even if they migrated to a country that does not recognize same-sex "marriage". In August 2018, a Syrian migrant who stabbed a woman claimed in his defense that it is socially acceptable in his culture to do such a thing. Globalists have supported mass migration mainly for ostensibly economic reasons or for anti-nationalist reasons.
Because the Islamic criminal justice system traditionally uses slavery, dismemberment, and beheadings to enforce its laws or act as a deterrent, and with the further foundational precept that adherents of Islam do not pay taxes to support prisons or a criminal justice system, the European system of incarceration is proving more than inadequate to deal with violent and criminal acts performed by Muslims.
The prisons have become schools of more concentrated advanced learning in the doctrines of Islamic governance, where non-Muslims by intimidation are forced to convert to Islam to survive. Even prison officials, staff, and guards have not been immune to the threats, coercive activity, or political correctness.
When a Muslim is released from custody, it is interpreted by the ex-prisoner as an admission of guilt by the state for the injustice of holding them under man-made law, and an exoneration of the crimes they were accused of. If they were truly guilty of the crimes they were accused of, they would have been beheaded or whatever shariah and the hadith proscribe. In being released from detention, it is claimed that Allah has delivered them from the hands of the "infidels".
- See also: Liberal denial
Mass immigration to Europe from the Middle East has brought an increased threat and the greater occurrence of terrorism. Yet, European leaders deny the threat of Islamic terrorism, and terrorist attacks have shown how poorly prepared and secured their countries and facilities are. When attacks occur, the leaders often state that they "are a part of daily life", and they refuse to admit that the motive of the terrorists is Islamic radicalism. The mainstream media also has denied the existence of no-go zones in Europe, and it has failed to call jihadist violence what it is when it occurs. This is likely due to political correctness and the blindness that comes with liberalism and support for a one-world government.
Even after letting over a million migrants into Germany alone in 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel endorsed a UN plan to let 40,000 more asylum seekers into the EU.
Other supranational organizations have engaged in this denialism. The United Nations Refugee Agency has criticized the EU (despite the fact that it had already let large numbers of refugees in) for somehow not taking in enough. In addition, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks criticized Sweden for not admitting enough migrants despite the fact that took in a greater proportion of migrants per capita than any other European country. In 2018, the Council of Europe recommended that Sweden ban conservative parties opposed to mass migration due to allegedly being "racist and sexist" and "exclud[ing] minorities." In September 2018, Filippo Grandi, the UN High Commissioner in charge of refugee matters, downplayed the seriousness of the European migrant crisis and labeled migration in general as "a source of progress and prosperity."
In November 2017, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker stated that Europe has a "clear need" for African migrants and that Europe should do everything in its power to allow them to come. In April 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron stated that mass migration was "not linked" to the high crime rates for migrants in Europe and that Europeans actually were to blame for them. In April 2018, the UK Conservative Party suspended one of its candidates for criticizing Islam. When the media leaked comments the French ambassador to Hungary, Eric Fournier, made defending Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán's conservative immigration policies, Macron sharply rebuked him and fired him shortly afterward. Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar claimed in 2018 that the real crisis Europe faced was the rise of right-wing populism rather than mass migration, stating that "Europe needs migration." Other politicians pretended that right-wing populism was Europe's greatest threat, pointing to right-wing rock concerts in certain countries, even though violence caused by right-wing extremists fell 70% in Germany, which saw large populist victories that year. Even Horst Seehofer has attacked the conservative Alternative for Germany party – which has the same views on migration that he claims to have – as "highly dangerous."
In 2018, the EU created proposals to divert funding from conservative Eastern European countries due to their different values and refusal to accept migrants into their borders. They made the proposal official in May 2018, and while they raised funding for Southern European countries for taking in so many migrants, they attached the enactment of the funding to the countries' acceptance of the EU's preferred economic policies. Macron and Merkel called for "full force" European integration that would "yield nothing" to the conservative Eastern European countries. Europhiles also called for a Eurozone budget to further reduce national sovereignty and destroy populist political parties.
Even when it appeared that the European establishment was attempting to solve the migrant crisis, their efforts were deceptive. For example, in 2018, Angela Merkel called for external EU border controls and a border agency to protect those borders, but in this plan, all the power would be put into the hands of the European Union and taken away from the individual nation-states.
In 2018, Facebook permanently banned Generation Identity, an identitarian movement that seeks to uphold Europe's traditional culture, from its website due to "extremist content." This came after Facebook censored the conservative news organization Voice of Europe simply for reporting on conservative opposition to immigration and Islam in Europe, political points of view Facebook deems "offensive." Other European conservatives and right-wing populists are frequently labeled as "far-right" or "ultra-right" in order to create a false connotation with fascism and Nazism, despite the fact that they espouse views that were mainstream in society only a few years prior.
Despite the denialism by many liberals, many European leaders either took strong conservative positions on immigration in response to the crisis, or, realizing that their open borders policies would hurt their political careers, made somewhat of an effort to limit the inflow of immigration. The mainstream media noted that views on issues such as immigration, that had once been considered "far-right", had become mainstream, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe. Even the EU, despite continuing to support globalist immigration and sovereignty policies, took conservative concerns on immigration a bit more seriously and adopted some tougher policies, as seen in an EU-wide migration agreement in June 2018.
Countries such as Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary took strong positions against illegal immigration and for national sovereignty under their conservative leadership. Other countries, such as France, Germany, Austria, and Italy, seeing the rise of anti-establishment right-wing parties, took more conservative immigration positions (though not anywhere near as conservative as countries like Hungary) to counteract those parties. Some European countries actually saw actual Euroskeptic and right-wing populist parties enter their respective government. By 2018, several countries had banned the wearing of Islamic face veils.
According to a survey conducted in February by the Századvég Foundation’s Project 28, 78% of Europeans supported better protecting the EU's external borders. An April 2018 YouGov poll found that residents across Europe saw immigration and terrorism as the most important issues facing their respective nations, something confirmed by a Eurobarometer survey later that year which found that immigration was the greatest concern of Europeans in every EU member-nation with the exception of seven where terrorism was the greatest. According to a May 2018 Pew Research Center survey, Western Europeans were more divided politically based on their views on populism versus the establishment than they were on traditional "left" versus "right" distinctions.
According to a July 2018 study by Eurostat, countries with the most migration restrictions such as the Czech Republic and the other Visegrád nations also had the highest employment rate for non-EU migrants.
In 2018, European countries began cracking down on migrant transport NGO ships, and in August 2018, none of those ships were operating in the Mediterranean.
From Reunification in 1990 until 2010 the German population stagnated at 78 million. There remain 11 deaths for every 9 live births. Growth forecasts have been dire. Homosexuality and abortion are often cited as the underlying cause of a once strong nation, with a 2000-year history, not replacing itself and now fading into oblivion. But the Germans and German government policy have become thoroughly Americanized, adopting an open border policy in 2005 hoping to reverse the trend of a shrinking population. Germany has become the melting pot of Europe with 1 in 5 Germans today born elsewhere. Germany is the second target country, behind the United States, of refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants. By far, the majority of immigrants to Germany come from other European countries. Kurds from Turkey count for 6 in 10 Muslim immigrants, with a few more coming from Kosovo and Albania. According to an Enmid poll conducted by Bild in September 2018, two-thirds of Germans believed the condition of their country had declined since the migrant crisis began in 2015. Germans became fed up about the mass migration and the extreme cultural differences between them and the migrants.
The disastrous foreign policy of Obama and Hillary Clinton, fomenting strife and revolution in the Syrian and Libyan Wars, has impacted German immigration in numbers more than any other European power since late 2014. Due to Chancellor Angela Merkel's open borders policies, more than 2.5 million refugees and migrants – some estimates show up to 3 million – have flooded into Germany from outside Europe, migrants who do not share a common European heritage with their host country. In 2015 alone, Germany was invaded by nearly one million non-Western immigrants, more than double the size of Germany's standing and reserve military force. Merkel opposed setting an upper limit on the number of refugees Germany would allow in annually. About a third of third-world migrants entered Germany by airplane, according to the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. By 2016, 22.5% of all people living in Germany had a "migrant background," and the nation's government reported in 2018 that nearly 13% of the population was foreign-born. It was reported in August 2017 that since 2015, when the migrant crisis was at its height, the German Prosecutor’s Office received over 1,000 criminal complaints accusing Merkel of high treason for her actions regarding refugees and immigration. Even in 2017, Germany admitted nearly 200,000 asylum-seekers.
In mid-2016, the German government deployed an additional 90 border guards and 40 police officers in order to reduce the level of illegal immigration passing through Switzerland. It also instituted border controls in preparation for the G-20 summit, showing liberal hypocrisy in the fact that the only time when border controls were instituted were when international leader came into the country.
According to the German Federal Statistical Office, Germany's population growth in 2016 was entirely due to mass migration. In June 2017, it was reported that Frankfurt became the first city in Germany where ethnic Germans were a minority. By 2018, the name "Mohammed" was the 26th most popular name in Germany, rising from 97th place nearly 10 years prior. According to Destatis, the German statistics office, Germany saw a 7% rise in births in 2016 due to mass migration, a massive change for a country which previously had one of the lowest European birthrates.
According to the German Federal Employment Agency in 2018, over half of German residents receiving the Hartz IV welfare benefits had migrant backgrounds.
According to a July 2018 study by Martina Sauer of the Centre for Turkish Studies and Integration Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen, ethnic Turks in Germany were increasingly viewing themselves only as Turks rather than Germans.
A study conducted by the Hamburg Media School and the University of Leipzig, the German media was uncritical of the migrant crisis and promoted the government's pro-mass immigration propaganda. The study determined, that the information media did not live up to their task in the 2015/16 coverage of refugees and were more "political" actors than neutral observers.
When discussing her options on how to counter the migrant crisis in 2015, Merkel quickly dismissed the notion of restoring border controls. She also opposed setting an upper limit on the number of refugees allowed into Germany, but after the 2017 elections, in order to create a governing coalition, she agreed to set a "soft" cap (as opposed to a "hard" cap). After creating a "grand coalition" with the Social Democratic Party, Merkel and her coalition partner declared that the migrant crisis was over and yet promised to admit between 180,000 and 220,000 refugees every year. In March 2018, Merkel proposed giving the EU the sole authority over asylum policy. In May 2018, the German government announced that it would use its rotating seat on the UN Security Council to support "open societies" and fight "nationalists and populists." While Merkel appeared to abandon the EU's migrant quota system by June 2018 in the face of opposition by more conservative governments, she continued supporting a plan endorsed by George Soros that would give large sums of money to African countries to help reduce migration. Merkel continued advancing policies increasing the number of migrants into Germany.
In an interview in early 2018, the new interior minister Horst Seehofer said that Germany had been "shaped by Christianity", and that the country should not give up its own traditions. Furthermore, he stated that Islam "does not belong in Germany." However, Merkel quickly responded by saying that "Islam belongs to Germany," and Germany's president, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, gave the same response. Merkel's globalist views on immigration and unwillingness to compromise conflicted with the relatively conservative views of Seehofer, something which endangered the coalition she created after the 2017 elections. Ultimately, they found a compromise which saw Merkel gain the upper hand. German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier went even further, falsely declaring that Germany "is a nation of immigrants and will remain so" and that "there are no half or whole Germans, no biological or 'new' Germans."
However, in February 2018, Merkel finally admitted the existence of "no-go areas ... where no one dares to go." In April 2018, two men pretending to be Jews by wearing kippas who were specifically trying to disprove the notion of no-go zones were attacked by Muslims. After 200 refugees rioted when police attempted to deport a single rejected asylum-seeker, which forced police to retreat temporarily, the German government promised to take a tougher policy. Germany's interior minister promised reforms after it was found that Germany's migration agency had given over 1,000 ineligible migrants asylum in Bremen alone.
In August 2018, CDU politician Barbara John wrote in a newspaper editorial that Germans should not be concerned about becoming an ethnic minority in their own country.
While most of the protestors at the 2018 Chemnitz protests were conservative and patriotic Germans, Merkel described them as somehow being "neo-Nazis." Shortly afterward, Merkel's government fired the head of the country's spy agency for not taking the establishmentarian stance toward the protests and toward the AfD.
- See also: 2018 Chemnitz protests
Some migrants from Islamic Republics have embraced Western secularism and the Western idea of a secular civil government and legal system; these migrants, however, tend to be few, as it is considered unlawful for an adherent of Islam to recognize any legal authority other than Allah. To do so, under the laws of Islam, is a serious crime and is punishable by death. Due to the large levels of Islamic immigration into Germany, the number of female genital mutilation cases that had occurred in the country rose to 60,000. Active cases of tuberculosis rose 30% between 2014 and 2015, with the increase slowing the following year, in line with migration levels. It was reported in September 2017 that at least 330 war criminals from Syria and Iraq were included among the asylum seekers that arrived since 2015. That same month it was reported that nearly half of all crimes committed in Berlin were caused by migrants. Homelessness in Germany increased 150% between 2014 and 2016 due to the migrant crisis. Crimes explicitly targeted against Christians also saw massive growth, with nearly 100 such cases in 2017 alone. Anti-Semitic crimes grew 10% in the first half of 2018.
According to a January 2018 report published by the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Merkel's refugee policies were responsible for a massive increase in violent crime in Germany. A June 2018 investigation into the Federal Agency for Migration and Refugees found that migrants with criminal records of crimes including rape, murder, and drug dealing frequently received asylum and were shielded from deportation despite their records.
In January 2018, Die Welt reported on a survey that found that 27% of Islamic students agreed with the statement: "The Islamic laws of Sharia, according to which, for example, adultery or homosexuality are severely punished, are much better than the German laws." Additionally, 8% supported violently creating an Islamic caliphate or empire, 3.8% agreed that engaging in acts of terrorism was sometimes justifiable in order to advance Islam, and 18.6% agreed that it was their Islamic duty to spread their religion and "fight unbelievers." A study conducted by the Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony using data from 2013 to 2016 found that foreigners were twice as likely to be criminal suspects. The number of Germans killed by foreigners rapidly increased between 2015 and 2017. In 2017, the number of migrants referred to the country's security services quadrupled.
Due to growing crime by Muslim migrants, as well as backlash from alleged "right-wing extremists" opposed to the migration, the German city of Cottbus temporarily banned new refugees in January 2018.
In July 2016 an ax-wielding Muslim Afghan refugee attacks passengers on a German train injuring 4 people before being shot dead.
A Syrian suicide bomber injured 15 people through a suicide attack in Ansbach on July 24, 2016.
The ignorant are proselytized
In recent decades Salafism has become the dominant mainstream thought among adherents of Sunni Islam of the Middle East and North Africa. These regions, along with Central Africa, are the countries of origin of most of the Muslims who have entered Europe and Germany since the Obama regime's failed "Arab Spring" uprisings which have left in excess of 300,000 dead and at least 11 million homeless and displaced globally. Salafism rejects democracy as disobedient to Allah and idolatrous, and advocates a civil regime under shariah law. A Muslim who migrates for economic opportunity or to escape tyranny (in the Western sense of the word) is a traitor to Islam. He is deemed a radical and worse than an infidel to Sunni-Salafi society; he has betrayed his nation and his people (takfir). Those bringing shariah law to non-Muslim lands - the dominant mainstream legal system among Sunnis - are on a "civilizing" mission to the "ignorant" (jahiliyyah) disbelieving "infidels".
Once a devout Muslim finds a secure area to pray five times daily (the Second Pillar of Islam), that area encompassing a few cubic feet becomes part of the "sacred realm" of Islam (which does not recognize national borders), under the law and teachings of Islam. According to Islam, it becomes territory held by "legal authority", to be defended against retaking by "infidels".
Alternative for Germany
- Main article: Alternative for Germany
The Alternative for Germany (AfD), was founded in 2013 by economics professor Bernd Lucke. Although the party was relatively conservative and Eurosceptic (it mainly opposed the Eurozone), it was a neo-liberal party that attracted middle class opponents of the Eurozone. The party made several gains during this time, with seven AfD members being elected to the European Parliament in 2014.
A power struggle within the party soon broke out, with Lucke, who wanted the party to focus on an anti-Euro policy, being opposed by Frauke Petry and her conservative, right-wing faction that emphasized law and order, immigration reductions, conservative social views, and opposition to Islam. In the AfD party elections of July 2015, Petry won 68 percent of the vote, becoming the new leader of the party. The liberal Lucke subsequently left the party and formed his own. Additionally, five of the party's seven MEP's left the party. The AfD quickly adopted Petry's conservative, right-wing populist agenda, even though it still supported holding a referendum over the Eurozone.
Under Petry's leadership, the AfD continued to grow dramatically, winning numerous seats in state parliaments. The AfD formed an alliance with the Freedom Party of Austria in 2016 due to their shared Eurosceptic views. Immigration is a very large issue in the party.
While the AfD was unable to gain any seats in the German national parliament in the 2013 election, it entered the Bundestag in the 2017 election after taking a historic third place with nearly 13% of the vote, while Angela Merkel's CDU received its worst result since 1949. Despite this, Merkel continued defending her open borders policies. After the CDU and SDP formed another grand coalition government, the AfD became the official opposition party.
In 2018, polling found that the AfD had the second-highest level of public support of any German party.
On October 10, 732 AD, Charles Martel defeated the Muslim armies in the Battle of Tours. This Frankish victory secured Christian Europe's ability to develop without the influence or fear of Islam. For about 1,200 years after the battle, Europe, although facing numerous wars and conflicts, never had the very fabric of its society threatened by invaders (with the possible exception of the 1683 Siege of Vienna; see the "Austria" section below). However, beginning with the independence of its colony of Algeria in 1962, the number of Muslims in France has dramatically increased. Although a united European front opposed Islam in 732, a sizable French minority supported the influx of peoples who did not share French or European values. France now has a serious problem regarding immigration.
France has a long history of interaction with Islam. From 1837 until 1962 Algeria and much of North West Africa were administered as a French colonial province. For this reason alone, France was elevated to one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council in 1945 due to France's historical experience in dealing with predominantly Islamic populations.
But tensions between France and the Islamic world run deep. Arab Muslims to this day refer to the Crusaders of nearly a millennia ago as "Franks," regardless of whatever part of Europe they originated. The first fatwa issued by the Islamic State singled out particularly the "filthy French":
Strike their police, security, and intelligence members. If you can kill a disbelieving American or European – especially the spiteful and filthy French – or an Australian, or a Canadian, or any other disbeliever from the disbelievers waging war against the Islamic State, then rely upon Allah, and kill him in any manner or way however it may be.
The French immigration model was largely developed to assimilate people at the close of the colonial era in the 1960s and paralleled somewhat the United States model. Immigrants were expected to abandon the culture of their place of origin, adopt French secularism and language, and fully assimilate. In the 21st century, with the mass arrival of Muslims who self-segregate, refuse French customs, and insist upon religious practices in public schools (daily prayers and coverings for females), social tensions have mounted. Many French feel immigrant demands are a threat to their republican form of government.
France has seen very large immigration levels from the Islamic world – the country saw a record 100,000 asylum applications in 2017, with most of them being from Africa. In 2017, there were over 115,000 attempts by migrants to leave the Port of Calais, where many of them were encamped, to illegally travel to Britain. According to a French parliament report in 2018, as many as 400,000 illegal migrants lived in the suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis alone.
In 2018, the French government increased its border security on the Italian border after a patriotic organization brought attention to the illegal immigration in the area through a demonstration.
In August 2017, a court ordered the local government in Calais to provide the migrants staying there with facilities, which the local government feared would lead to another migrant slum in the area.
The French media has taken a pro-mass migration viewpoint. For example, in January 2018, the newspaper Libération published an opinion article that stated that "something extremely beautiful has happened: we have been invaded by immigrants."
Crime, terrorism, and disruption
Numerous terrorist attacks have occurred in France, including the Charlie Hebdo shooting leaving 12 people killed, the November Paris attacks with 130 innocents killed, and an attack in Nice in July 2016 leaving about 80 killed.
Many of France's suburbs, which have high proportions of migrants living there, have high crime rates. As seen in a notable 2016 example, police crackdowns in the suburbs against those people have led to much violence. In June 2017, an app was created to warn people when they go into a "no-go zone" and tell them the risk of sexual assault. In November 2017, Islamist men were arrested for barging into a monastery in Verdun and demanding that the nuns there convert to Islam or go to Hell. The migrant camp in Calais also saw much violence.
In September 2017, the University of Reims Champagne-Ardennes suspended all its classes because around 40 migrants were squatting on the campus after they were kicked out of a nearby park.
In June 2018, it was reported that about 450 detained Muslim extremists – including 50 considered terror threats – were scheduled to be released from French prisons by the following year.
The French National Rally, formerly known as National Front, which although sharing characteristics with conservative parties is not a real conservative party, nonetheless strongly opposes membership in the socialist and globalist EU.
In recent years, the party has seen much success. One of its more notable victories was its exceptional performance in the 2014 European Parliament elections, where it became the largest party in the parliament that represented France.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen is a candidate for the 2017 French presidential election, in which the EU was a "hot-button issue." United States President Donald Trump called her the strongest of the presidential candidates, particularly on borders and security. British politician and radio talk show host Nigel Farage endorsed Le Pen. By contrast, former U.S. President Barack Obama spoke with pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron, who stated that terrorism would be "part of our daily lives for the years to come." After the first round, Obama explicitly endorsed Macron's candidacy.
Left-wing opponents of Le Pen stated that even before the election, Le Pen made a large impact, shifting the political debate in France to the right.
Although Le Pen lost the election with just under 34% of the vote, the election was a victory for her in a sense as it showed that she, her party, and their ideas had entered and were influencing the French mainstream. Soon after the election, it was revealed that even if Le Pen had won, the liberal elite in France would have taken steps to keep her from actually welding power.
- For more information on how the EU is affecting Britain, see Examples of EU regulations on Britain
Immigration to the United Kingdom rose twelvefold between 1983 and 2013. Immigration to the UK rose to 333,000 in 2015, which was the second highest recorded number in history. According to 2014 data, over half of all immigrants came from outside the EU. Much of the U.K.'s population rise was due to immigration. According to the Office for National Statistics in 2017, some English cities, such as Coventry, experienced population growth almost entirely due to immigration. The ONS also found that between 2010 and 2017, 200,000 people claiming to be migrating to the UK for their education chose to permanently settle in the nation. It was reported in August 2017 that the number of workers in Britain born outside Europe surged to 3.3 million. It was reported in 2017 that due to migrants and their high birth rates, the UK population was growing at a rate of 10,000 every week, and that half the projected population growth in the coming ten years would be due to migration. According to the Ministry of Housing, Communities, and Local Government in 2018, housing prices rose by 20% in the previous 25 years due to immigration. In July 2018, the Office for National Statistics reported that non-EU immigration levels rose to the highest level in thirteen years and that the government likely underestimated EU immigration by 500,000 since 2004, the data coming as the UK's home secretary relaxed immigration rules even more.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who, despite being a member of the Conservative Party, held several leftist positions, pledged to reduce immigration to under 100,000 annually. Despite this pledge, immigration soared during his tenure to even higher levels than when he first took office.
Immigration played a very influential role in the successful Brexit referendum on June 23, 2016, along with other very important and related factors such as sovereignty and backlash against the leftist establishment elites who support large levels of immigration.
The French city of Calais is a major entry point into Britain. In the first eight months of 2017, illegal immigrants made 17,000 attempts to enter the UK from Calais. Of the over 50,000 radicalized Muslims estimated by the EU to live in Europe, up to half of them reside in the UK. A University of Oxford study found that the UK's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration had been ineffective, while the UK's border agency had low morale because of excessive bureaucracy and lack of resources, among other factors.
As an example of the Islamification of the UK, Sadiq Khan was elected Mayor of London in 2016, becoming the first Muslim to hold the position. During Khan's tenure, nearly every category of crime, including knife crime, gun crime, theft, burglary, rape, and homicide, saw massive increases, and he devoted the city government's resources to prosecuting "hate crimes" (merely offensive speech, often on social media) against Muslims. Khan was even forced to do a u-turn on his promise to end the effective law enforcement practice of "stop and search" after the massive crime increases were reported. The number of mosques – much better-attended than many of the churches in the area – rose quickly to well over 400 by 2018, and about 100 Sharia courts existed in London.
Polish immigrants to the UK returning home cited terrorism and anti-white racism as major concerns about their former lives in the UK. Despite the serious and widespread persecution of Christians in Syria under the Islamic State, the UK's Home Office admitted that it had not resettled any Syrian Christians out of the hundreds of Syrian refugees it admitted.
Islamic law and education in the UK
Since 1982 the United Kingdom has allowed the operation of the Islamic Sharia Council. Its stated mission is to offer advice on marital, divorce, custody disputes, domestic abuse, inheritance and Islamic family life. Supposedly its operation would relieve British courts of case overloads and costs. The Council has been criticized for issuing advice and non-binding rulings unfair to women.
Underground Sharia courts also are operating in the UK. Civil marriages still must be dissolved in British courts, but many marriages between Muslims are "off the books" and sanctioned by Sharia courts. Author Martin Sixsmith has uncovered at least one case where a Sharia court in Lancashire handed down a death sentence for a broken marriage contract and allegations of adultery which resulted in an honor killing.
Sharia vigilantes, in the guise of "Sharia patrols" in Islamic neighborhoods have harassed and beaten Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Typical victims are couples kissing in public, homosexuals, women without the hijab, and people consuming alcohol.
In late 2015 the British government began to take steps to investigate "unregistered" madrassas. There are about 2000 such schools in the UK. Reports of squalid conditions, beatings, abuse, radicalization, the teaching of intolerance, anti-Semitism, and extremism have circulated for years. In 2013 an 18-year-old Islamic man received a suspended sentence and no jail time in the UK for the rape of a 13-year-old girl, his claimed defense being his "religious education", which taught him women were "worthless".
In 2005 a Somali Islamic immigrant won a deportation appeal after conviction for two rapes. His attorney claimed the offender "did not understand what is acceptable in UK". After being allowed to remain in the country, in 2014 he was convicted of two more rapes.
A Freedom of Information request to the London Metropolitan police in 2017 discovered there were 1500 acid attacks in London since 2011, with 431 — more than one a day — occurring in 2016. In October 2017, the Office for National Statistics reported significant increases in crime levels, including a 22% increase in rape and a 26% increase in knife crimes. In the Islamic world, of which London is now part, traditional European-style policing to uphold a community's laws is thought to be an invention of man-made laws and corrupt rulers, rather than Allah. Any Muslim can deem it their duty to uphold Allah's will, hence acid attacks by strangers, acquaintances, women's sharia groups, or co-workers are not uncommon against unveiled women, causing permanent disfiguration.
In 2018, a British High Court judge recognized Sharia law for the first time in a divorce case.
UK Independence Party
The party has performed very well in recent elections for a third party. In the 2014 European Parliament elections, UKIP, like Eurosceptic parties across Europe, won a massive victory, becoming the largest UK party in the European Parliament and receiving more seats than the two establishment parties.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage is arguably the most successful British politician of the modern age for successfully advocating and then winning a referendum for leaving the EU. He noted in 2017 that Conservative Party Prime Minister Theresa May had adopted exactly the same political positions as he had a few years earlier.
UK Conservative Party
- Main article: Conservative Party
Prime Minister David Cameron failed to reduce immigration into Britain and actually saw an immigration increase, and he describes himself as "pro globalisation, pro immigration, pro market economics." He made the decision to hold the Brexit referendum and opposed the UK leaving the EU. He resigned immediately after the referendum did not go his way.
As noted above, the Conservative Party shifted its public stances after the Brexit vote, adopting stances on Europe and immigration more similar to UKIP. This could be seen in the 2017 Conservative Party campaign manifesto, under Prime Minister Theresa May, which adopted some of UKIP's EU and immigration policies. Because of this shift, the Conservative Party absorbed many UKIP voters. However, at the same time, the manifesto contained several worrisome pledges for conservatives and proponents of Brexit. Noting the Conservative Party's past failures to reduce immigration in the recent past, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne wrote an editorial at the time of the manifesto's release in May 2017 that the Conservative Party leadership opposed and never intended to keep its immigration reduction promises.
Dutch Moroccans have been migrating to the Netherlands since the 1960s and have effectively taken over the illegal drug and human trafficking business. While it is important to note most Dutch Moroccans have integrated seamlessly into society and are respected economic contributors, the recent influx of non-European migrants have increased pressures among the public and politicians to do something about the criminal enterprises operating in their midst.
The Moroccan street thugs are known for their anti-black and anti-Semitic racism. Moroccan street gangbangers have also been known to stalk, harass, or assault non-Muslim girls caught alone in public areas. According to the Netherlands Institute for Social Research, a government agency which conducts research into social aspects of government policy, 65% of all Moroccan male youths between 12–23 years of age have been detained by police at least once, one third of this group has been detained five or more times, and Moroccan criminals are convicted four times more than Dutch suspects. Because a disproportionate share of Moroccan youth feel alienated from Dutch society and turn to crime, local imams suggest young people must be caught early and turned to the Islamic faith. The government's Central Bureau for Statistics reported in April 2018 that 85% of refugees legally allowed to work since 2014 are not employed. Such is the nature of the debate raging today about immigration and integration of migrants in the Netherlands. The Netherlands has a migrant party, DENK, founded by migrants and which explicitly calls for taking away Dutch cultural and ethnic identity.
As in Sweden, the ruling faction has taken to violating basic human rights and guarantees of free speech for Members of Parliament and their constituents and the misapplication of hate speech laws for persons who advocate immigration reform.
On April 6, 2016, Dutch voters overwhelmingly rejected a referendum that would have approved an EU association agreement with Ukraine, with over 60% of the population voting against. In June 2018, the Dutch parliament passed a limited ban on Islamic veils, something that Geert Wilders and the PVV had advocated for a decade.
Immigration was the main issue that derailed government coalition negotiations between the establishment and left-wing parties after the March 2017 general election.
In August 2018, a Dutch city councilwoman, Willie Dille, committed suicide after having been kidnaped and gang-raped by Muslim men and threatened to keep quiet about Muslim immigration. The kidnapping and rape occurred in October 2017, and she and her disabled child had been threatened several times after. Dille left a video explaining her situation.
Party for Freedom
The Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid or PVV) is a conservative political party. It currently occupies 15 seats in the Lower House (Tweede Kamer) of the Dutch Parliament. The party aims to stop immigration, lower taxes, create stricter laws against criminals and terrorists and create basic laws for animal rights.
The leader of the PVV is Geert Wilders. The other members are Fleur Agema, Raymond de Roon, Hero Brinkman, Martin Bosma, Barry Madlener, Teun van Dijck, Sietse Fritsma, Dion Graus Because of his outspoken views on Islam, PVV leader Wilders is under 24-7 police protection: In November 2004, "a Muslim fanatic murdered Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh for making a movie about the abuse of women under Islam".
In the 2017 elections, although the PVV did not achieve a massive victory as hoped, it saw a rise in votes at the same time when establishment parties either declined or collapsed. Establishment "conservative" [in-name-only] Prime Minister Mark Rutte and several political parties did shift their stances to the political Right in order to attract voters who would otherwise have supported Wilders. Rutte's diplomatic battle with Turkey just before the election served as an example of this.
Like the rest of Europe, Belgium has been a massive rise in Islamic immigration. A poll released in January 2018 which was conducted by several left-leaning and globalist media organizations and organizations found that two-thirds of Belgians believed that there are "too many immigrants in Belgium", and 77% agreed that "today we no longer feel at home as we did before [the mass migration]." Belgium launched a social media campaign in July 2018 to ask illegal migrants not to settle in the country.
There are approximately 900,000 persons in Belgium who identify with the Islamic system of governance. Under Belgian law, a "recognized" religion may qualify for a state stipend for clergy. Belgium has an Islamic party called the Partij Islam, which is active in the country's politics and seeks "a one hundred percent Islamic state."
- Main article: Vlaams Belang
Vlaams Belang (English: Flemish Interest) is a conservative Flemish nationalist political party in Flanders and Brussels (Belgium). The party also aims to stop immigration and create stricter laws against criminals and terrorists. Tom Van Grieken is since 2014 the leader (president) of Vlaams Belang.
Italy has experienced large amounts of illegal immigration by boat from North Africa. Between the beginning of 2017 until about mid-March of that year, over 16,000 illegal immigrants entered Italy through that route. Compared to 2016 levels, illegal immigration to Italy grew by 30%. The high levels of illegal immigration have brought additional violenct incidents to the country. Illegal immigration levels to Italy crossing the Mediterranean doubled in January 2018, though overall between January and July 2018, they fell despite remaining at high levels.
Due to the low and declining Italian birth rate and high immigration levels, the share of immigrants living as residents in Italy quickly increased 270% from 2002 to 2017 – from 2.38% to 8.33% of the population. According to the Centro Machiavelli, if those trends continue, first- and second-generation immigrants will consist of over 40% of the Italian population. In 2017, according to Ipsos Mori research, 49% of Italians agreed with the statement that "these days I feel like a stranger in my country." In one Italian town, Castel, that once was a resort location, two-thirds of the people living in it by 2018 were migrants, and town saw high increases in crime along with the immigration. The Italian Interior Ministry reported in August 2018 that despite comprising 8% of the country's population, foreigners were criminal suspects 31.9% of the time.
Despite the support of the Italian and European elite for abolishing borders, and despite their inability to control illegal immigration, they enacted strong border controls during the G7 summit in Sicily when several world leaders traveled to the island.
On August 2, 2017, Italy began a limited naval operation to reduce illegal immigration levels into the country. The country disputed with Libya, the EU, and NGOs on what migrant policies to pursue. In 2018, Italy became the country with the most jihadi deportations per month.
Due to the migrant crisis in Italy, Italians as a whole not only became significantly more Euroskeptic and anti-immigration, but the number of people identifying themselves as politically left-wing or "progressive" dramatically fell by nearly 50% by January 2018. In 2017, the word "migrant" was the most commonly used word in Italian newspapers, and six of the ten most common words were related to immigration.
- See also: Lega Nord
Lega Nord, which is led by Matteo Salvini, is a conservative regionalist party that supports the increased autonomy of Italy's provinces, particularly the northern ones where the party has its base of support. The party also takes Euroskeptic, populist, and pro-national sovereignty positions, and it strongly opposes mass migration.
The League became the largest party in the right-of-center coalition in the 2018 parliamentary elections, and it formed a government with the M5S in June 2018. Ultimately, its leader Salvini became Italy's interior minister – giving him control over the country's immigration policy – as well as its deputy prime minister under a coalition government with the anti-establishment Five Star Movement. Salvini immediately went to work advancing his conservative immigration agenda as Italy's interior minister, visiting an immigration camp in Sicily soon after being sworn in. Shortly afterward, he released his three-point immigration plan, which involved building more repatriation centers, reducing illegal immigration, and increasing deportations. Salvini showed he was serious about securing Italy's borders by refusing to let a boat carrying over 600 migrants land in the country due to it sharing an undue immigration burden, and he said he would continue such actions. In July 2018, Salvini blocked a private Italian ship carrying migrants from docking. He ordered that benefits for asylum seekers be massively reduced. In September 2018, Salvini signed a decree which, among other actions, would ban residency permits for humanitarian reasons, increase funding for deportation centers, and removed citizenship from terrorists. Overall, Salvini was able to advance his conservative agenda.
An Italian poll in June 2018 found that Lega Nord had become the most popular party in Italy for the first time, and a July 2018 poll found that Salvini was Italy's most trusted politician in the country.
Brothers of Italy – National Alliance
Brothers of Italy is a conservative political party that is Euroskeptic and opposes mass migration. It is allied with Lega Nord.
5 Star Movement
- See also: 5 Star Movement
The 5 Star Movement (M5S) was founded in 2009 by comedian Beppe Grillo and is considered Euroskeptic, though it has retreated from its Euroskepticism somewhat. The party has been supportive of the foreign policy of Vladimir Putin and Russian intervention in the Syrian Civil War. The party performed well in the polls prior to their historic election win in 2018.
Despite their successes, the M5S performed poorly in Italy's 2017 mayoral elections. However, the year earlier, they captured the mayorship of Rome. Virginia Raggi, the M5S mayor of Rome called for a suspension of immigration into the city. The M5S performed well in the 2017 Sicilian regional elections, a region heavily impacted by the migrant crisis.
The 2018 Italian parliamentary elections saw massive gains for populist, anti-establishment parties – primarily Lega Nord, which took a very strong stance on immigration and borders, and the 5 Star Movement, along with massive losses for the Italian left-wing. Due to the massive gains of Lega and M5S at the expanse of establishment parties, the election results were interpreted as a major setback for the European Union and the European political establishment in general. Lega quadrupled its vote share and performed so well that it became the dominant party in its coalition, overtaking Silvio Berlusconi's establishment Forza Italia and giving its leader Salvini a very real chance of becoming Italy's prime minister. Meanwhile, M5S became the single largest party in Italy. Overall, populist and Euroskeptic parties received over 50% of the popular vote. In May 2018, Lega Nord and the M5S agreed to a common platform, one that promoted strongly nationalist and anti-establishment policies.
Both parties allowed their voters to choose whether they approved of the coalition agenda. Despite this, Italy's establishment president rejected the coalition government as it supported nominating a Euroskeptic finance minister, and he went against the will of the Italian people by nominating a globalist and pro-EU technocrat who once led the International Monetary Fund to be prime minister. However, a few days later, the two parties were able to reach a compromise with Italy's president and finalized their governing coalition. The new government, Western Europe's first one completely run by populist and anti-establishment parties, was sworn in on June 1, 2018.
Spain was one of the countries that saw a major level of immigration from non-Western countries during the migrant crisis. It saw 700,000 migrants in 2005; 840,000 in 2006; almost a million in 2007 and then a slow decrease to 300,000 a year up to 2014. Large numbers of migrants have come to Spain from Africa, and the nation has seen its share of violence stemming from Islamic terrorism. By 2018, illegal immigration from Africa to Spain was increasing, with the rate of illegal immigration doubling from 2016 to 2017, according to EU Frontex. The number of illegal migrants arriving in Spain even surpassed that of Italy, and the number arriving there increased 350% even as it fell 80% for Italy.
In one instance in August 2017, 186 African migrants broke through a normally heavily fortified border post in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in North Africa. Just a few days afterward, about 700 migrants unsuccessfully tried to storm across a Spanish border crossing in North Africa. In August 2017, the United Nations Migration Agency warned Spain that it could overtake Grece as the second-most-prominent entry point into Europe. In June 2018, about 400 migrants tried to storm through the border fortifications in Ceuta. Despite this, Spain's socialist government – led by Pedro Sánchez, who reportedly secretly met with George Soros – announced in 2018 that it would try to do away with the barriers. In July 2018, another 800 migrants stormed through the fence at Ceuta, and about 50 illegals landed at a luxury resort in August 2018. Criminal people-smugglers trained African migrant gangs to commit these attacks on Spanish borders.
Because of Greece's amorphous island borders, it has always been virtually impossible to prevent illegal entry and smuggling from Africa or Asia into Europe. In the contemporary setting, Greeks have not been particularly welcoming of immigrants who seem hostile or threatening to traditional Greek and European customs and culture. Because of the difficulty in preventing entry, the Greeks have become somewhat more tolerant so long as migrants pass through to other destinations such as Germany or Sweden, where the leftist open border policies welcome the invasion by foreigners.
Over 800,000 migrants arrived at Greece by sea in 2015. In 2018, the country still was "overwhelmed" by illegal immigration. A large migrant camp on the island of Lesbos was at over 300% capacity as of May 2018.
Golden Dawn sits as a minority opposition party in the Greek parliament. It has been described as ultra-nationalist and Eurosceptic. Critics have labeled it, with some justification in this specific case, as "neo-fascist."
People alleged to be associated with Golden Dawn have been accused of perpetrating acts of violence against migrants who linger behind and refuse to migrate north to Austria, Germany, or elsewhere where migrants are more welcome, and cash benefits, housing, and free healthcare are available. Greece's sovereign debt crisis has made it more difficult to be as generous with social security and welfare state benefits to its own citizens, let alone literally, millions, of non-citizen Muslim migrants, to say nothing of employment available for people without job and language skills in a society already struggling with 25% unemployment.
Changing population demographics in Sweden, as elsewhere, have important immediate considerations not only for the educational system and government budgets domestically, but for the future composition of the NATO alliance, strategic planning and defense needs, and NATO's purpose internationally. A May 2017 study on Swedish people found that ethnic diversity leads to strife among the different groups. Additionally, the Sweden-based Institute of Media Studies found that 54% of Swedes believed the mainstream media did not tell the truth regarding the problems of immigration, with 27% disagreeing. According to an Ipsos poll in July 2018, 73% of Swedes believed their country was going in the "wrong direction", with many of these respondents expressing concern over immigration and crime.
Crime levels rose sharply in Sweden due to mass migration. It was reported in July 2017 that 94.5% of all people involved in organized crime in Stockholm had at least one parent born overseas, 82.2% had at least both parents born overseas, and 40.6% were themselves born in another country. It was reported in August 2017 that the number of hand grenade attacks in Sweden rose by 550%, and in the city of Helsingborg, the number of shootings rose by 300% in 2017. In 2017, the number of emergency phone calls in foreign languages increased 34%. By 2018, crime had risen so much that shootings had become normalized in Swedish society. In August 2018, a Swedish public radio broadcaster announced it would air election debates and seminars exclusively in Arabic to "reach out to new arrivals."
According to Pew Research Center in 2017, if migration trends continue as they have, the Muslim population of Sweden would reach 30% of the country's population by 2050. By 2018, 44% of children in urban primary schools had a migrant background.
In 2017, the Swedish government began seriously considering raising the retirement age in order to pay for its mass migration policies. Its migration policies were so extreme that Hungary's government publicly criticized it by name.
Despite admitting more migrants per capita than any other European country, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks criticized Sweden for somehow not admitting enough migrants.
In March 2018, Sweden's Social Democrat prime minister, Stefan Löfven, admitted that there was a link between immigration and the rising crime rates in the country, though he continued to deny no-go zones.
Going into the 2018 election, immigration was the most important election issue for Swedes.
As in much of Western Europe, those opposed to mass migration often faced punishment from corrupt leftist officials for their actions and statements. For example, a Swedish dental hygienist was fined the equivalent of $50,000 for exposing adult migrants posing as "minors" in order to receive "refugee" status.
Social innovation of the ecosystem
As comical, conspiratorial, and insane as it seems, Sweden's elite rulers have made the decision, and taken concrete steps as the model social democratic state, to reduce the nation's carbon footprint by turning their country into a Third World hellhole. The technical term for this project is "social ecological transformation," which is part of the anti-consumption "degrowth" movement to promote "sustainability" and limit "resource depletion". Swedish leaders and experts have been in a panic since the World Wildlife Fund issued a report which claims that since 1987, at the current rate of consumption, 1.3 planets would be necessary for sustainability, and recommended Sweden adopt an immediate 3% annual reduction over 10 years to reduce carbon emissions 30%. In 2008 the World Wildlife Fund experts claimed we would need 2.0 planets to sustain lifestyles "if everyone lived as Swedes do." A "one planet economy" is the goal. The projections are based on a zero sum paradigm with no allowance for future unknown variables, inventions, technological improvement, or innovation in economic and energy efficiency.
The United Nations has advocated a scheme known as "replacement migration" or "population replacement" theoretically to avoid declining government revenues for member states with aging and shrinking populations, and consequent budget cuts and the layoff of government workers. Statistical variations in employment and unemployment rates can also be manipulated. The idea is to maintain a government's revenue at a zero baseline for budgeting and not reduce government employees. The United Nations, which produces this statistical nonsense, is totally dependent on member states for contributions.
Ethnic Swedes are projected to be a minority within their own country by 2045. One-third of Swedish residents of childbearing years now are foreign-born, the vast majority from non-European Islamic cultures with a birthrate 3.5 to 6 times higher. Ethnic Swedes are expected to be replaced as the dominant culture in less than one generation. Due to the mass migration of non-Swedes into Sweden, Sweden's population became the second-fastest growing in the European Union. The migrant birthrate was higher than for native Swedes.
When the dominant culture educated under shariah law takes the reigns, Muslims do not pay taxes under the Islamic system (which the Swedish government and the UN neglect to consider in their population theory statistics). This has been a major selling point for Islamic proselytization for fourteen centuries. Traditional, non-Westernized Islam (or Salafism, the dominant strain from the migrants' country of origin) doesn't need tax revenue to support police, prisons and a criminal justice system. Slavery, beheadings, and dismemberment administered by criminal law judges, known as imams render justice to the accused under a system of due process fairly quickly. It is not that shoplifters or alcoholics, for example, live in fear of dismemberment; they simply don't exist in Islamic society because they have been dispatched. Similarly, for persons with mental and emotional disabilities, the law is applied equally.
Although some non-Muslims are allowed to survive and exist under Koranic law, they are subject to the dhimmi tax. Only non-Muslims pay taxes. It would not be possible for a non-Muslim minority to sustain Sweden's welfare state with universal healthcare coverage for all, the social contract and old age retirement benefits, educational, housing, and a myriad of other government social programs. It is doubtful, assuming Shariah Law permitted, if the minority population could maintain these programs for themselves, given the rate of the dhimmi tax. Swedish liberal elites have essentially chosen suicide for Swedish liberalism and Swedish culture as a "rational solution" to Sweden's declining fertility rate and carbon footprint.
After removing border checks in May 2017, the level of asylum seekers entering Sweden rose greatly. Population growth in the county of Kronoberg reached historic levels because of mass migration.
The rape jihad
- See also: Rape jihad
Prior to 2015, Sweden referred to itself as the world's 'humanitarian superpower'. With the migrant wave public schools have been burnt down by Islamic immigrants. Refugee volunteer workers have been raped and murdered. Police have been unable to enter refugee centers to assist children who have been raped by refugees. Five Afghan teenagers were convicted of gang-raping a boy at knife-point but none were deported because the court ruled their homeland is "too dangerous". Citizens have torched refugee centers, angered at the lawlessness of both migrants and the government, and the government's deliberate lack of concern for the safety of Swedes. Shoppers have been beheaded in broad daylight in mall parking lots as a response by angry Islamic migrants facing deportation. Members of Parliament who cite statistics on the immigrant crime wave have been prosecuted and convicted of "hate speech" – even when their statistics are strictly factual. In late 2014, the Swedish Parliament passed a law censoring any criticism of the government's immigration policy, including internet speech, or the politicians who voted for it, as "hate speech". Under the law, mainstream media cannot cite a description or identity of perpetrators of crime committed by Islamic migrants. The police have refused to write down a description of offenders in police reports. The police have willingly participated in horrendous cover-ups. At an "anti-racist" rock concert, Swedish girls were raped by Islamic migrants in public and the police and media colluded for months to keep the facts from the public. Reporters and cameramen for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's 60 Minutes were beaten up, stoned, and run over (never reported by the American 60 Minutes) while attempting to do a report from an Islamic enclave. Even Pope Francis, who has been very liberal on the subject of Islamic immigration, moderated his stance after visiting an Islamic neighborhood in Malmo. American liberal media outlets have turned a willing blind eye to the disintegration of what was once considered the most generous nation on earth.
Tiny Sweden, roughly smaller in population than North Carolina, has taken on more migrants per capita than any EU member. Swedes today speak of what was once their country as a lesson for the world about unchecked, unregulated immigration, open borders, and political correctness. Rape has skyrocketed 1500%, with 77% of the rapes committed by 2% of its "foreign" minority, a fact which cannot be reported or openly discussed because of "hate crime" legislation. Nowhere is the dysfunctionalism of the Left more apparent than among so-called "women's rights" groups and activists. Sweden reported 480,000 sex crimes in 2015 (statistically 1 in 4 females of childbearing age are victimized, although crimes against prepubescents and elderly occur, too). Women's rights activists have been conveniently silent on the rape crisis, pretending "gay rights" and the glass ceiling are still the vital issues of concern to most women and girls, and continue misguidedly advocating for the importation of more people who want to destroy women's rights. In small villages of 400, where people never locked their doors, the government places another 400 non-European migrants side by side with natives. As in Germany and larger cities elsewhere, women and girls are fearful of going out at night or being unescorted in daylight.
The imported rape culture has permanently transformed Sweden's leftist utopia. Migrants, for the most part, have no interest in integrating into Swedish society. They are there for one reason only: to exploit the welfare state benefits now, and replace the aging population, who have an unsustainable birthrate, later. The homogeneous liberal utopia of Sweden is now dead, and population scientists claim the decline of the Swedish population and high birthrates among migrants are irreversible. All these facts are known to Swedes and migrants, of all ages, alike. The government of Sweden has offered returning ISIS fighters housing and driver licenses, liberal Swedish courts have ruled flying the Islamic State flag is "legal", and the Caliph has already issued a criminal decree ordering Christians in Sweden to convert to Islam or face beheading. Needless to say, most all of these events and changes conveniently went unreported in the United States by the liberal media in the Obama era.
Postal delivery has been suspended in some neighborhoods in Stockholm and neighboring Norway has closed its border with Sweden. Sweden's prime minister stated in 2017 that the country would continue with border checks "as long as order and security can’t be guaranteed."
The number of reported rape cases in Sweden rose 10% in 2017. In 2016 and 2017, Sweden saw a massive increase in gonorrhea cases. According to Swedish public broadcaster SVT in August 2018, 58% of men convicted in rape in the previous five years were foreign-born.
In March 2018, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare withdrew a booklet it published for immigrants who were married for children after it was noticed and drew large public outrage.
The Social Democrats head up Sweden's current governing coalition and have shown themselves out of touch with the growing concern over immigration reform, are hostile to basic human rights such as free speech, and intolerant of criticism. Under Social Democratic censorship, the beheadings of a mother and child in an IKEA parking lot by two migrants were reported by police and media as a "stabbing spree." The two killers left an immigration office only moments earlier angry after being informed one would be deported. Swedish citizens were deliberately not informed of the facts. The brutal crime was reported by CBS News in America as a "knife attack", with no reference to the perpetrators' Islamic allegiance or motivations.
The Social Democrats have denied that mass migration was the cause of the massive rise in crime in Sweden, implying that these crimes were caused by "native" Swedish people and that immigrants are more "law-abiding" than Swedes.
The Social Democrats performed poorly in the 2018 parliamentary election, receiving its worst result since 1908, mirroring the decline of social democratic parties in Europe. Its prime minister, Stefan Löfven, lost a vote of no confidence after the election.
Moderaterna and Christian Democrats
Moderaterna (Moderates) is the center-right party that headed the coalition government along with the Christian Democrats that are blamed by many Swedes for exacerbating Sweden's immigration crisis. Moderaterna was tossed out of the leadership role in the 2014 elections. The SD has reserved some of its strongest criticism for the Moderates and its prime minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt, for its extreme-open borders immigration policy.
Sweden alone among European and Western powers never had a native fascist movement or party. The fear of being labeled "racist" runs very deep among whatever political persuasion one is affiliated with, and because of its neutral stance during World War II, Swedes still feel a collective sense of guilt that they as a nation didn't do enough to oppose Hitler, and have been compensating for it through humanitarianism ever since.
The "mainstream" conservatives in Sweden consist of a business class and evangelical charismatic Christians. These are the two groups which have traditionally been the strongest proponents of open borders, the business class using cheap foreign laborers as union busters, and the Christians as a show of compassion. From 2006 until 2014 the center-right Moderaterna party led a governing coalition with the Christian Democrats which welcomed throngs of migrants. It is the relative conservatives (conservative by leftist European standards) who are blamed for allowing large numbers in.
- Main article: Sweden Democrats
The Sweden Democrats (SD) are considered a right-wing populist party founded in 1988. The party has gained populist sentiment in recent years in a country that has traditionally been suspicious of nationalist sentiment. In 2015, the party cut ties with its youth organization, Young Sweden Democrats, who were impatient of the slow pace of reform and for alleged skinhead associations. In March 2017, the SD grew to become the most popular party in Sweden, according to polls. The SD takes a strong position against immigration.
Leading up to the 2018 elections, the Sweden Democrats surged in the polls due to the increasingly apparent negative effects of mass migration in the country. The Sweden Democrats received 17.6% of the vote in the 2018 election, which, while lower than some observers had expected, was still a large increase which coincided with a hung parliament and the Social Democrats' worst result since 1908. Regardless, the SD achieved an ideological victory as the mainstream parties adopted similar migration policies as it.
In 2011 it was reported by police that 100% of all rapes in the capital city of Oslo were committed by non-Western, Muslim males. By 2017, migrants made up half of all welfare recipients in the country.
- Main article: Progress Party (Norway)
The Progress Party was founded in 1973 as a conservative and Euroskeptic party. The party fundamentally is made up of economic conservatives. By 1997 it was the second largest party in Norway, but other parties refused to form coalition governments with it because of anti-immigration elements. In 2001 the anti-immigration elements were expelled, with the expulsion ultimately being only temporary.
In 2013 the Progress party for the first time entered into a governing coalition, now with some anti-immigration elements rebranded as "populist," although its coalition partners, the Prime Minister, academics, and the party itself reject the term. Anti-elitist may be a more fitting description. The party has a long history of opposition to the traditional establishment ruling elites of Norway on the grounds of high taxation. The governing coalition was re-elected in the 2017 parliamentary election, in which issues related to immigration, nationalism, and Euroskepticism played a large role; this was the first time a right-of-center government was re-elected since 1985.
The Progress Party used its position as a member of the government to enact stricter immigration laws, shifting Norway's immigration policy in a more conservative and nationalist direction. Sylvi Listhaug of the Progress Party, a strong opponent of immigration, was appointed Norway's first Immigration Minister in December 2015. As the immigration minister, she criticized Sweden for its mass immigration policies, supported increased immigration and asylum restrictions, and told Muslims living in Norway to adopt their country's culture. Listhaug has been attacked by the liberal media for wearing a small cross on a necklace. Liberals call the Christian cross xenophobic.
In the 2017 parliamentary election, in which issues related to national values, immigration, and Euroskepticism played a large role, the Centre Party, which strongly opposes the EU, free trade, and supports decentralization, made the largest election gains.
32,000 migrants arrived in Finland in 2015, a tenfold increase over 2014. But after a series of rapes—one involving a gang rape by five Islamic Somalis born in Finland whose parents immigrated in the 1990s—Finns demanded action on the immigration issue.
To remain in the country and receive government assistance, an immigrant now is required to take classes on Finnish culture and customs which include sections on women's equality and rights. The courses teach, for example, a woman's refusal to divert eye contact is neither a show of disrespect nor an invitation to rape. In 2018, Finland's prime minister admitted that most migrants who traveled to Europe since 2015 were economic migrants rather than refugees. In September 2018, the country's interior minister proposed sending more police in neighborhoods with a high proportion of migrants to avoid the crime problems plaguing Sweden.
However, denialism still persists in Finland. In 2018, Finland's supreme court threw out a case where prosecutors sought a conviction for a 23-year-old migrant who raped a 10-year-old girl, with the court ruling that it was consensual.
The Centre party currently heads up Finland's governing coalition along with the Finns Party and the National Coalition Party. All three are considered center-right, with the National Coalition being the most pro-EU.
While the Centre party has taken pains to uphold existing immigration law, it increasingly is feeling pressure to challenge the EU's agreements on refugee allocation.
The Finns Party rose from receiving 4% of the vote in the 2007 parliamentary election to receiving almost 18% in 2015. They currently hold 37 of the 200 parliamentary seats in Finland and have been part of the country’s governing three-party coalition since 2015. It is described as nationalist, populist, and Eurosceptic. The Finns Party is a member of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe.
In June 2017, the Finns Party elected Jussi Halla-aho, a strong Eurosceptic and opponent of immigration, as its leader, jeopardizing the governing coalition with the two moderate parties.
The country of Denmark has been of particular interest to Muslims activists since the newspaper Jyllands-Posten published cartoons of Muhammad, founder of Islam, in September 2005. After protests by Muslims in many countries, the paper apologized in January 2006.
Denmark, which processed 7,000 asylum seekers in 2013, 14,000 in 2014, and 21,000 in 2015, has taken steps to dissuade migrants from showing up. Situated between two of the migrants' most popular destinations, Germany and Sweden, Denmark started efforts to stem the flow in 2016. When dozens of migrants began arriving with child-brides as low as 14 years old to enjoy Denmark's social welfare benefits, Danes began saying enough was enough. One man had three wives and 20 children.
The first step to get the message out was seizing any property over $1,400 in value to offset government costs. Then the monthly stipend was cut 45% because of the overwhelming number of people arriving. Citizens who drove migrants across the country between Germany and Sweden were fined. The government took out ads in Arabic language newspapers apprising visitors of the new regulations. Finally, pork became a mainstay on the menu in public schools.
In 2016 it was revealed at least 29 Danish citizens who traveled to Syria to fight for ISIS received $95,000 in government welfare state benefits while doing so. Danish entitlement law made it impossible to cut off the benefits, even when regulations for unemployment benefits, for example, required their presence and availability for work in Denmark necessary to receive benefits. According to the Danish Ministry of Employment in 2016, 84% of welfare recipients were migrants of "non-Western origin."
Slamming the door on migrants seems out of character for a nation noted for empathy toward people unwelcome elsewhere. Danes like the society they've built and inherited, and hard-headed pragmatism causes them to step back from the self-destruction their neighbors are intent on. Denmark may be next to follow Brexit in voting to leave the European Union. In May 2018, the Danish parliament voted to ban the burqa and niqab, and shortly thereafter, it passed several laws to require migrant children in 25 Muslim ghettos to be separated from their parents for 25 hours per week to be taught Danish values.
The Danish Social Democrats suffered multiple electoral defeats because of their pro-mass migration policies. Because of this, they attempted to adopt more conservative positions on migration and integration.
Danish People's Party
The Danish People's Party supports reducing immigration, stopping immigrants from accessing government benefits, and restoring border controls.
In the June 2015 general election, the Danish People's Party received over 21% of the vote to become the second largest party in Denmark—its best result ever. Although the Danish People's Party received more votes and seats than the mainstream "conservative" Venstre, the latter formed a minority government without the former as it could not agree with the former's views.
In the 1600s, Poland under John III Sobieski fought against invading Islamic armies. After 1795, Poland ceased to exist as a sovereign nation. It regained independence in 1919 and successfully repulsed an invasion attempt by the communist predecessor states of the Soviet Union between 1919 and 1921. Poland's independence did not last long, however, as Nazi Germany and USSR divided up the country among themselves. Later, Germany took control of the entire nation. After the USSR "liberated" Poland from German control, they turned the nation into a communist puppet state. This lasted until 1989. However, once again Polish independence did not last long, and the nation is in the process of losing its sovereignty to the European Union.
In June 2017, the EU took legal action against the government of Poland, as well as Hungary and the Czech Republic, for its refusal to take in refugees under the EU's direction and policies. The EU gave the three countries one month to comply with its refugee policies. The Polish government stated that it would only take refugees from Europe, and pointed to its work in that area, and not those from Africa or the Middle East. The governments of Poland and Hungary worked together to counter the EU.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has stated that "there is no doubt the growing wave of terrorism is linked to migration." Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has called on the EU to listen to its citizens.
Law and Justice
- Main article: Law and Justice
In May 2015 Polish presidential election, conservative, Euroskeptic challenger Andrzej Duda of Law and Justice (PiS) won in an upset, defeating the pro-EU incumbent. In the October 2015 general election, PiS won in a landslide, becoming the first Polish party to win enough votes to govern the country alone since the fall of communism in 1989. This landslide election frightened Europeanist leaders and politicians. It was also the first election where no left-of-center parties sat in the Polish parliament.
The PiS went to work immediately after the elections. In March 2017, PiS Prime Minister Beata Szydło stated that "I hear in Europe very often: do not connect the migration policy with terrorism, but it is impossible not to connect them." A CBOS poll in September 2017 found that PiS was enjoying record popular support, and subsequent polls showed similar results.
The Jamestown Foundation reports Russia's "demographic collapse" is worse than the Moscow government official statistics are willing to admit. High mortality rates, low fertility rates, emigration of ethnic Russians outside Russia, coupled with vast immigration of Central Asians and South Caucasians with higher fertility rates and improved life expectancy accentuate the decline. Alcoholism among the native Russian population, and a traditional Islamic cultural stigmatization attached to the use of alcohol is also cited as a cause accelerating the statistical decline of ethnic Russians.
Switzerland has one of the largest immigrant populations in Europe. As of about 2014, 27.7% of the Swiss population was born in another country, the second highest in Europe. Additionally, for the year 2012, 1.6% of the Swiss population were foreigners who decided to permanently settle in Switzerland in that year alone, the highest of any European Country. Additionally, in the year 2013, over 35% of adults in Switzerland were either first or second generation immigrants. 2.4 million of the 6.8 million adults in Switzerland were in this group, up from 1.7 million just 10 years prior. Fortunately for non-immigrants, Switzerland has strict citizenship laws, so relatively few immigrants and their distant descendants can become citizens (if they are not related to a non-immigrant, they must prove that they are well-integrated into Swiss society and can only apply after 10 years in the country).
Residents of Switzerland can see the changes due to immigration. Even in rural, conservative areas, it is becoming more and more common to see people who clearly are not Swiss. Actually, one could actually consider Switzerland's reaction to the massive immigration problem to be very mild, as other countries with even less immigration to the country are reacting just as strongly.
In a Swiss center in charge of processing failed asylum seekers awaiting deportation, 60% of the 649 migrants there "disappeared" between March 2017 and June 2018.
Although the Swiss people have supported several referendums restricting immigration standards, the Swiss government watered down the implementation of those referendums to appease the European Union and their own globalist and "humanitarian" interests.
In 2009, Swiss voters voted in favor of banning minarets in the country. In 2017, the Swiss National Council voted to ban the financing of mosques from outside the country and to increase transparency in how they are funded. In 2016, due to increased illegal immigration from Italy into Switzerland, the Swiss government cracked down on the practice, establishing more stringent controls in Swiss-bound trains and deploying helicopter and drone patrols. The government rejected calls to build a fence along the border. In January 2018, a federal law went into effect requiring anybody trying to become a citizen to pay back any welfare they had received in the previous three years of becoming citizens, and it increased Swiss standards for integration into society. In June 2018, rules went into effect requiring that Swiss people be given priority when filling vacant job positions, though the rules were watered down.
After the Canton of Ticino voted to implement a Burka ban, two-thirds of voters in the canton St. Gallen voted for such a ban.
Swiss People's Party
Unlike most other European right-wing parties, the Swiss People's Party has been well established for decades, and it became the largest party in Switzerland during the 1990s, long before other European countries.
The SVP and its predecessors had "showed remarkable stability" in "electoral support" until the 1990s. However, the SVP grew dramatically in size, becoming the largest party by 1999 with 22.5 percent of the vote. This growth directly coincided with the victory of the conservative, right-wing faction of the party—led by businessman Christoph Blocher—over the moderate establishment faction.
Arguably the most important action of the SVP was its successful opposition to Swiss entry into the European Economic Area (EEA) in 1992. As a strong conservative, Blocher strongly opposed Swiss integration with, and thus a loss of sovereignty to, outside powers, and he was able to convince the national party to adopt his position. The SVP was one of only two major parties to oppose membership, the other being the leftist Greens. The referendum to join the EEA failed, a major success for Blocher and the SVP, and a majority of SVP members voted with Blocher, strengthening his position in the party. The vote has been considered "a turning point" for the SVP and Swiss politics in general. Since then, opposition to European integration and loss of national sovereignty has been "a main issue" for the SVP, and in the coming years it sponsored several other conservative national initiatives, which usually were not successful.
The SVP continued to grow dramatically, and in the 2015 federal election the party received 29.4 percent of the vote and 65 seats in the 200-seat National Council, a record amount for the party. No Swiss political party had exceeded the SVP's share of the vote in at least a century, and no party received more seats in the National Council since 1963, when the number of seats was established at 200. In the same election, leftist parties lost a large number of seats. Immigration was a major reason for the party's historic and record-breaking 2015 victory.
Successful referendums that the SVP has sponsored include a 2009 initiative to ban the construction of any new minarets, a 2010 initiative to expel foreigners who commit crimes, and a 2014 initiative to limit immigration by instituting quotas on it. The 2010 and 2014 referendums, however, were watered down by the liberal Swiss government.
On September 11, 1683, the two-day Siege of Vienna commenced. The Holy League turned back the Islamic Turks' encroachment on Europe. John Sobieski, King of Poland, who was credited with saving Christendom, said, "We came. We saw. God conquered." 330 years later, Muslims have occupied the city. Muslim students now outnumber Roman Catholic students at middle and secondary schools. Minister for Foreign Affairs and Integration Sebastian Kurz in 2016 called for the immediate closure of many Muslim kindergartens after discovering an isolation of children from the host culture, and teaching of radical Islamist ideology in the schools which receive €30 million ($32 million USD) in state funding annually.
Austria is in the process of introducing new taxpayer-funded textbooks for the teaching of Islam. Previously, the main textbook used in public schools was authored by Yusuf al-Qaradawi entitled, The Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam, translated into German (Erlaubtes und Verbotenes im Islam). Qaradawi claims that killing of apostates (takfiris) is essential for the survival of Islam, shariah law "takes precedence over" civil law, and Islam "will conquer and rule" Europe. Additionally, Qaradawi teaches that women have fewer rights than men, praises Hitler and the Holocaust, and has offered Friday prayers for the destruction of America. Although his books have been withdrawn from public schools, the textbooks are still widely available in Vienna.
Growing Islam and left-wing denialism
In April 2017, the far-left Austrian president of the country's Green Party Alexander Van der Bellen, the same man whose 2007 election campaign stated that "anyone who loves Austria must be s***," stated that in order to fight alleged "Islamophobia," all women must wear headscarves.
While other European countries, such as Hungary, built border fences along their national borders to keep out illegal migrants, the Austrian government spent 1.5 million euros building an "anti-terror" wall around the chancellor's building to keep its government officials safe.
The Turkish population in Austria grew so large that they formed their own political party in the country: the New Movement for the Future (NBZ). In 2017, "Muhammed" became the third most popular name in the country.
Left-wing extremism, some of them directed against conservatives and right-wingers opposed to immigration, rose 112% in 2016. The Austrian government reported in October 2017 that sex attacks rose over 25% in the past year, and half of all attacks were committed by migrants.
Taking action against immigration and Islam
By March 2017, Austrian government officials wanted to exit the European Union's migrant redistribution program. The Austrian government enacted a face veil ban in May 2017, illegalizing the burqa and the niqab, a law which went into effect on October 1 of that year. In August 2017, the Austrian government expanded border controls on the country's eastern and southern borders due to the levels of migration.
In January 2018, the FPÖ-controlled interior ministry created a new border force to "ensure orderly border management." Karin Kneissl, Austria's foreign minister who was chosen by the FPÖ, criticized Angela Merkel's immigration policy and aligned Austria closer to Hungary and Viktor Orbán on that matter. By June 2018, the number of deportations had risen by 36% compared to the previous year. In July 2018, the Austrian army's new chief of staff warned that mass migration is the country's greatest threat.
In June 2018, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced his country would crack down on political Islam by closing down seven mosques and deporting several imams funded by foreign countries. Austria took over the EU's rotating presidency, promising to take steps to secure the EU's external borders. In July 2018, Transportation Minister Norbert Hofer banned the option of taking driving tests in Turkish.
Freedom Party of Austria
- Main article: Freedom Party of Austria
The FPÖ, founded in 1956, started growing dramatically in the 1990s under the leadership of Jörg Haider, becoming the second largest party in the country by 2000. Despite some setbacks, such as a party split in 2005, the party continued to grow.
In the first round of the 2016 Austrian presidential election, FPÖ candidate Norbert Hofer received 35.1 percent of the vote, which at the time was the party's best result in a national election in history. Although Hofer lost the run-off election by less than one percentage point, Austria’s Constitutional Court ordered a re-run of the election due to irregularities in mail-in ballots. The election was eventually postponed until December 4, 2016. Although Hofer lost the election, being defeated by leftist Green Party candidate Alexander Van der Bellen, the party vowed to fight on.
Going into the 2017 legislative elections, the FPÖ was at first place according to opinion polls until Sebastian Kurz became the leader of the ÖVP and overtook the party. While the FPÖ appeared likely to still reach second place in the election, the Social Democrats narrowly outperformed it in the election. However, the election was still a victory in some ways for the FPÖ, as it still increased its share of the vote, and it achieved a large ideological victory in causing the ÖVP to adopt positions on immigration and Islam very similar to the FPÖ.
The FPÖ formed a coalition deal with the ÖVP and was able to take several key government agencies, including the interior and defense ministries.
Austrian People's Party
The Austrian People's Party (ÖVP) is a moderately-conservative establishment party. However, in 2017, the Austrian foreign minister, Sebastian Kurz, became the leader of the party. Kurz, a right-winger, essentially adopted the Freedom Party's conservative agenda as its own for the 2017 elections. Under its relativelty right-wing agenda, the ÖVP won first place in the 2017 legislative election, with over 30% of the vote. Kurz has voiced relatively conservative, right-wing views on immigration despite ultimately voicing support for the EU. Kurz became the Austrian chancellor in December 2017 through a coalition deal with the FPÖ.
Recognition of the "national aspirations" of Kosovo by globalists was met with cynicism and cries of hypocrisy, and viewed as a thumb-in-eye by the NATO-EU hegemon by many in Serbia and Russia. To begin with, globalist doctrine deems at its core any form of nationalism as equivalent to fascism and racism, yet elevated a territory once predominantly Christian severed by Muslim migration to a "sovereign independent state."
In Macedonia border patrols hunt migrants at the closed Macedonia-Greece border to prevent illegal migrants (so-called refugees) from entering the country and to travel further into Europe, the border is secured with razor wire and at the peak the train station of the town of Gevgelija has been closed so immigrants who were already in the country couldn't travel by train and deport them back to the border.
In Bulgaria civilians hunted down immigrants and hand them over to the police during border patrols along the Bulgaria-Turkey border to prevent illegal migrants (so-called refugees) from entering Europe. For several hours on March 23, 2017, just before the Bulgarian assembly election, Bulgarian nationalists blockaded the border with Turkey.
In the November 2016 presidential election, Bulgarians elected a pro-Russian, socialist president, defeating a pro-European candidate — this caused the pro-European prime minister to resign. Although the pro-EU party, GERB, won the early elections in March 2017, it did not receive a majority. According to some sources, it was the nationalists who were the real winners, due to the massive influx of Muslim refugees. The nationalist faction formed a governing alliance with GERB. Bulgaria's prime minister, Boyko Borissov, has called for securing Europe's external borders.
In June 2017, the Czech Republic joined several other EU countries in rejecting EU demands to accept a quota of refugees into the country. In June 2017, the EU took legal action against the government of the Czech Republic, as well as Poland and Hungary, for its refusal to take in refugees under the EU's direction and policies. The EU gave the three countries one month to comply with its refugee policies.
In 2018, Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš stated that mass migration and accepting migrants was the "road to hell." He also described illegal migration as a "threat to European civilisation." He stated his commitment to helping Czech citizens over foreigners.
2017 legislative election
The 2017 Czech parliamentary election resulted in major gains for Euroskeptic and anti-establishment parties and major losses for the Left. At first place was the populist ANO, led by Andrej Babis, who has been compared to U.S. President Donald Trump and has criticized the European Union and immigration. The Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) party, a new and solidly right-wing and Euroskeptic party, reached a close 4th place, exceeding expectations. The three Euroskeptic and right-wing parties that won seats, the ANO, ODS, and SPD, won a combined 51.6% of the popular vote, while the Social Democratic Party won its worst-ever result, at 7.27%, and the Communist Party also saw massive losses, winning only 7.76%.
2018 presidential election
In the 2018 Czech presidential election, conservative incumbent Miloš Zeman narrowly defeated a liberal and pro-EU challenger. Zeman ran on a strong anti-mass migration platform, and he was known for his strong statements against Islam.
Romania was not spared from the migrant crisis. Hungary considered and made plans for building a border fence along Romania's border, although it did not take action on it, as of 2017. In 2017, the Romanian coast guard intercepted a boat carrying 69 Iraqi migrants in the Black Sea.
- See also: Viktor Orbán
Hungary was overrun in 2015 by refugees passing through the country, and it has the largest per capita number of asylum applications of any European country in 2015. In response, conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orbán took numerous actions, including building a border barrier along the border with Serbia and Croatia. The fence was so effective that illegal immigration levels dropped to levels seen before the crisis began, and by September 2017, illegal immigration levels had dropped by 99% since 2015. In April 2017, the Hungarian government completed construction of a second border fence, one with high-tech features, on the Serbian border. Unlike most other European countries, Hungary's leadership has taken a more conservative right-wing, common sense approach to the immigration crisis. It demanded that the EU pay half the cost for its border fence. In March 2017, the Hungarian government refused a Swedish request to let 5,000 asylum seekers into its borders. In May 2018, the Hungarian government under Orbán rejected a European Union-African migration declaration that disproportionately favored the African countries and "further inspires migration." Hungary's government has also criticized the UN’s Global Compact for Migration, and it withdrew from it in July 2018.
On September 15, 2015, the same day the Hungarian government closed its border with Serbia, several laws came into effect in the nation. The laws made illegal immigrants in Hungary subject to criminal charges and made it illegal to damage the nation's border fence. On September 21, 2017, the Hungarian parliament voted to give the army the ability to use non-lethal force on migrants. In July 2016, Hungary enacted a law allowing the army to push migrants back to the border if they were found 8 kilometers (4.97 miles) or less from the border. In June 2018, Hungary's parliament passed a series of laws cracking down on individuals and entities that aid illegal immigration ("Stop Soros"), and it passed a constitutional amendment banning the settlement of an "alien population" in the country.
In June 2017, the EU took legal action against the government of Hungary, as well as Poland and the Czech Republic, for its refusal to take in refugees under the EU's direction and policies. The EU gave the three countries one month to comply with its refugee policies. In September 2017, the European Court of Justice ruled that countries like Hungary and Slovakia could not opt out of the EU's refugee resettlement plan. Orbán stated that Hungary would admit all Europeans fleeing from their respective countries' liberal and globalist policies.
As Orbán himself noted, Hungary's policies likely saved all of Europe from an even greater and more catastrophic migrant crisis. Liberals and globalists, on the other hand, attacked Hungary for its actions.
In 2010 Fidesz (Hungarian Civic Alliance), Hungary's largest conservative party and led by Orbán, won a supermajority in the country's parliament and control of all 19 of Hungary's county legislatures. The supermajority was retained in 2014 elections. A supermajority gives the party the power to make changes to Hungary's constitution.
Leading up the 2018 elections, Fidesz had shifted to the right-wing, taking more conservative and nationalist political positions, as could be seen in official government actions Hungary's Fidesz government under Orbán. The party became a strong proponent of preserving Hungary's historical demographic composition and opposition to mass migration.
Orbán strongly opposed the ultra-liberal Central European University (founded and funded by George Soros) and on March 29, 2017 announced a new law which could close it. He stated that it was cheating students and breaking rules by awarding both a Hungarian and an American diploma, despite the university having no U.S. presence. He also opposed George Soros due to his efforts by supporting the massive immigration from Muslim nations into Europe. On April 10, 2017, Hungary enacted a law tightening its standards for universities and thus threatening CEU's existence. In August 2018, the CEU stopped offering courses to asylum seekers because of the "Stop Soros" law that had gone into effect.
Orbán believes that Islamization is real and occurring in Europe due to the mass migration. Hungary's deputy prime minister, Zsolt Semjen of Fidesz's partner the Christian Democratic People’s Party, has warned of Islam quietly penetrating Europe and overthrowing the continent's Christian culture. Other members of Hungary's government have warned about globalism.
According to Politico, Orbán "won" the argument on immigration policy. Polling data, including a CBOS poll in February 2018, found that the Hungarian government was enjoying strong support among Hungarians.
Orbán faced a difficult re-election in 2018, in which he emphasized the issues of immigration and sovereignty. Despite this, Orbán did significantly better than expected and won a supermajority a third time in a row. After the election results became known, Orbán stated his intention of pushing forward with his conservative and nationalist agenda, as well as to preserve Hungary's Christian culture, and he gave a strongly conservative speech outlining his fourth-term agenda.
In its 2010 party platform, Jobbik strongly opposed any demographic changes resulting from mass migration and supported keeping Hungary's population homogeneous. This position was soon adopted by the ruling Fidesz Party, led by Orbán. While Jobbik moved to the political center in a failed attempt to grow the party in the 2018 parliamentary elections, a substantial number of party members continued supporting the party's strong opposition to immigration and the EU, among other policies.
Fidesz Party leader, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has been in a very public dispute with another Hungarian-born son, George Soros, a one percenter who manages money for other one percenters. Soros is a mega-donor to liberal causes and the Democrat Party. With the collapse of the communist bloc, Soros has used his vast wealth in the expanded free markets of the world to go on what could only be compared with an ideological crusade or political jihad (barring the religious connotations attached to those words) for his psycho-social view of what the world should be. Soros is an international fugitive wanted on outstanding arrest warrants in several countries for currency manipulation and insurrectionist activities.
Soros, a notorious anti-Zionist, survived the holocaust in collaboration with the Nazis. Adolf Eichmann personally ran the extermination program in Budapest. Hungary was a German ally and did not fall under German occupation until very late in the war, hence Jews had not been required to wear the Star of David. Soros worked with Nazi security services who needed to identify Jews for deportation to Auschwitz. Between March and July 1944, at least 3000 Jews daily were loaded on trains to the death camps, where 75 to 90% were murdered upon arrival. By July, more than 430,000 Hungarian Jews had been killed. Soros confesses to looting the Jewish victims' property after they were shipped off to the gas chambers. Deportations were halted in July but resumed between October and December 1944. Both Budapest and Auschwitz were liberated from German Nazi control in January 1945. From these 'humble origins,' Soros parlayed his good fortune in coming decades to become the 19th richest person on the planet. Today he is trying to ease his conscience by taking his vengeance on 'Christian Europe'.
Soros' Open Society Foundations has been in the forefront of promoting globalism, multiculturalism, unrestricted illegal immigration, and eliminating national borders. In Soros' dispute with Orbán, Soros has said,
His plan treats the protection of national borders as the objective and the refugees as an obstacle. Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.
Few human beings have exploited the capitalist system for personal gain as successfully as George Soros while denying the rights of others to amass personal property by the destruction of national borders and governments.
One of the numerous leftist projects that Soros funded was to try to affect the outcome of an April 2016 referendum in the Netherlands over approving an EU association agreement with Ukraine. Dutch voters overwhelmingly rejected the referendum in an anti-EU decision.
Russia took Soros's organizations out of the nation through its crackdown on foreign charities, and other European countries are considering doing likewise.
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Of course, they are partly right. Islam is the only real threat that exists to their way of life, to the shaitanic aspects of their culture. Nothing else in this world has any chance of stopping the power of Western secular materialism. Allah gave the people of the world Islam as their religion. (Ed. note: Religion, in this context, means 'government'). Islam is the only way to stop the power of shaitan to rule this world.
Allah gave us as our responsibility the role of kalifah in this world. The primary role of the kalifah is to fight against the influence of shaitan. This obligation has three parts; we are to perfect ourselves according to the Will of Allah, we are to perfect all society according to the Will of Allah, (Note: the rape of non-Muslim women who refuse to wear the hijab is part of the process of "perfecting all society to the Will of Allah"), and we are to perfect the physical environment according to the Will of Allah." (Note: "perfect the physical environment" means to overthrow the House of Saud and seize control of the assets of Saudi Aramco, the oil reserves of the Arabian Penninsula, and control of the Holy Cities of Mecca and Medina under a Caliph. It can also be seen as forging temporary alliances with climate change advocates who likewise are waging war on "Western secular materialism").
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- "The Daily Telegraph on Saturday revealed that the new Libyan authorities had offered money and weapons to the growing insurgency against Bashar al-Assad.
Mr Belhaj also discussed sending Libyan fighters to train troops, the source said. Having ousted one dictator, triumphant young men, still filled with revolutionary fervour, are keen to topple the next. The commanders of armed gangs still roaming Tripoli's streets said yesterday that "hundreds" of fighters wanted to wage war against the Assad regime.
"Everyone wants to go. We have liberated our country, now we should help others," said the commander of the 'Fighting Village' brigade, "This is freedom. This is Arab unity". (See The Future of Terrorism: What al-Qaida Really Wants, Der Spiegel, "The Unification Phase," Interview with Ayman Zawahiri cited below)
Increasing volumes of video footage have been uploaded to YouTube of Syrians calling on Libyans to join their fight. In a clip backed by dramatic musical effects, a veiled Syrian woman entreats men from Misurata, the west Libyan city that fought off a month-long siege by forces loyal to Col Muammar Gaddafi, to come to save her country."
Leading Libyan Islamist met Free Syrian Army opposition group, Ruth Sherlock in Tripoli 9:00PM GMT 27 Nov 2011. The Telegraph, telegraph.co.uk/.
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