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Islamic invasion of Europe

Posted by Picard578 on August 24, 2017

While liberals have full mouth of “humanitarian crisis”, “refugees” and other such titles, the reality is quite different. The reality is that so-called “refugee crisis” is an organized islamic invasion of Europe. Prince of Saudi Arabia – the country which is busy supporting islamic terrorism worldwide, from Mujahedeen in Bosnia and Afghanistan in 1990s to today’s ISIS – is offering 5.000 USD to every muslim coming to Europe. Over 90% of barbaric invaders (a.k.a. “refugees”) comes from countries with no conflict, or at least those relatively peaceful when compared to Syria and Iraq. In “refugee camps”, islamofascists beat to death people for tearing a page from Qur’an, and throwing Christians into sea from “refugee boats” is a widespread sport.

It is lucky that Croatia is not developed, because if things continue this way, in few years to few decades at most Croatia and Eastern Europe will serve as a safe haven for refugees from Western Europe which will be torn apart in a civil war between Muslims and non-Muslims. At the same time, extremely rich Kuwait and Saudi Arabia had not accepted a single “refugee”.

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ISIS fighters given houses and jobs as part of “hug a jihadi” campaign

Posted by Picard578 on August 13, 2017

Police in the city of Aarhus, Denmark, has introduced the scheme in which ISIS fighters returning from Syria are being offered apartments, education and jobs to reintegrate the radicalised back into society. Scheme was introduced after 19 youths had returned home, out of 36 who had travelled to Syria to fight for ISIS. proponents of the police-run scheme in Aarhus say that jihadists are “isolated” and struggling to integrate, and claim that offering them kindness and forgiveness will deter them from their murderous ideology. Superintendent Allan Aarslev claimed that “From my point of view it would be much more safe for the local community here to help these young men to have a normal life after they have returned than to leave them alone.”, and “If we did not integrate them into the local community again they would be a safety hazard for us.” He failed to explain why should they be allowed to return in the first place.

The program however was criticized for de facto rewarding jihadists for their activities. Naser Khadeer, a Muslim member of the Conservative People’s party, called for a hardline approach to foreign fighters. Speaking on the Australian news programme Dateline, he said: “What I have criticised when it comes to the Aarhus model is when you have been in Syria and you come back, it is wrong in my opinion to reward whoever has been in Syria by giving them an apartment, jobs, education. We should prosecute them not reward them.”. Jihadis are much more likely to see the program for what it is – a sign of weakness – than to appreciate it as a goodwill gesture. Dr. James Mitchell had called a program extremely naive. “I want you to imagine Rob O’Neill, the guy who shot bin Laden, kicking open the door in his compound, and he’s armed with warm cookies and a ‘Let’s Cuddle’ t-shirt. And he goes, ‘Get on over here, you rascal. I got lots of hugs for you,'” Mitchell said on “Fox & Friends” this morning. “It’s a ridiculous idea.”

At the same time, a Danish student, Joanna Palani, was shunned for fighting against ISIS after she returned to Denmark. Since returning to Denmark she said she had been forced into hiding and claimed she was “seen as a terrorist”. Ms Palani told MailOnline: “I was willing to give up my life and my freedom to stop ISIS advancing, so that everyone in Europe can be safe. This was my choice.” “But I am seen as a terrorist by my own country.” She added: “I live in one of the best countries in the world but I am hungry and homeless and freezing cold in bed at night, even though I am working full time.” “I don’t trust anyone.” Joanna Palani was handed a 12-month travel ban to prevent her from travelling back to the conflict zone in September 2015 and was threatened with jail when she flew to Qatar. Other Danes who had gone to fight against ISIS had been threatened with jail on their return from Syria.

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Israel: The World’s Most Moral Army

Posted by Picard578 on August 1, 2017

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Left invites Muslims and promotes civil war in Europe

Posted by Picard578 on July 21, 2017

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Yet Another Jihad Massacre in UK; May Should Apologize and Resign

Posted by Picard578 on May 23, 2017

Thanks to policies of multiculturalism, mass immigration and political correctness, West is seeing constant islamic terror and large-scale conflict.

Aussie Nationalist Blog

Unfortunately another terrorist attack has occurred in Britain and while the Aussie Conservative Blog extends the deepest of sympathies to those slain, now is not the time to regurgitate worthless platitudes along the lines of: ‘we must not let terrorism to change us’.

To the contrary, we must let this terrorism change us, in order to save the next score of innocents that the religion of peace next decides to massacre.

As to act otherwise would be to unconscionably sentence those murdered in Manchester, towards a legacy of an inconsequential, forgettable death.

MayFront Page, by Robert Spencer, May 23, 2017:

Here we go again. 19 people are dead and 50 wounded in a suspected jihad-martyrdom suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, a target that the jihad murderers apparently chose because of its concentration of pre-teens and tweens, so as to maximize the potential to “strike terror into the hearts of the…

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The map shows why the Russia fears the war with USA

Posted by Picard578 on April 26, 2017

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