Modern London

The Daily Mail 23 Jan. 2016:  London as designed by the Labour Party while we intentionally  closed our eyes. <50% ethnic Brits.

London  wie von der Labour Partei entworfen, während wir absichtlich die Augen zumachten. < 50% ethnische Briten.  Europas Zukunft.

Labour-London

 

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7 Responses to Modern London

  1. Braveheart says:

    Die Lawine kommt ins Rollen
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    Ein Alarmsignal: In der Ägäis hat sich im Januar die Zahl der Migranten gegenüber dem Januar 2015 verzwanzigfacht. Ein Jahr lang haben potentielle Migranten von Afrika bis Asien zugeschaut, wie einfach der Weg über die Balkanroute ist. Jetzt machen sie sich auf den Weg. Die Europäer haben nur noch wenige Winterwochen, um die EU-Außengrenzen abzuriegeln. Sonst droht Dramatisches.

    Europa läuft die Zeit davon.

    weiter:
    https://www.bayernkurier.de/ausland/9630-die-lawine-kommt-ins-rollen

  2. Braveheart says:

    Hartgeld:

    WARNUNG
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    Neu: 2016-01-23:

    [14:00] Leserzuschrift: Bürgerkrieg in Salzburg:

    Ich möchte euch warnen.

    Heute habe ich eine Meldung aus vertraulicher Quelle von einem Einsatzorgan der Exekutive erhalten, der sein privates Umfeld ausdrücklich warnt sich in der Bahnhofsgegend zu bewegen.

    Eine Gruppe 300 marokkanischer Männer wurde von der deutschen Polizei nach Österreich zurückgeschickt, da kein Asylgrund vorliegt.

    Diese Horde marodiert derzeit ausserhalb jeder Kontrolle
    in der Bahnhofsgegend und Umgebung herum.

    Das Bundesheer befindet sich im Assistenzeinsatz,

    jedoch ist die Lage ausser Kontrolle !
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    Die Rede ist von Messerstechereien, Raubzügen, Diebstählen, Einbrüchen, Plünderungen von Geschäften und mehreren Vergewaltigungen täglich !!!

    Unsere Einsatzkräfte gehen bei den Messerstechereien nicht mehr dazwischen,
    weil die Lage zu gefährlich ist und der Schutz ihres eigenen Lebens Vorrang hat.
    Algerische und Marokkanische Banden bekriegen sich gegenseitig
    (Drogenkrieg, uvm…) .

    Ab 22:00 ist es auch für Männer am Bahnhof zu gefährlich.

    Jetzt haben wir in Salzburg unsere erste “No Go Area” (rechtsfreier Raum).

    Das ist kein Spass! Das ist die Wahrheit !
    Bitte passt’s auf euch und eure Familien auf!!!

    http://213.145.233.31/infos-at.html

  3. Berliner says:

    EUROPA erwache!
    Sonst ist es dein Untergang!

  4. Braveheart says:

    Flüchtling:
    Von Flüchtlingsheimen war nicht die Rede,
    sondern von eigenen Häusern!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ncIb7-y8mE

  5. Braveheart says:

    Zwangsarbeit
    BAMF ordnet Mehrarbeit an
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    Das Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (BAMF) lässt seine Mitarbeiter künftig länger arbeiten, um der Fülle der Asylanträge Herr zu werden.

    “Die Referatsleiter können im Bedarfsfall die Mehrarbeit anordnen”,
    sagte ein Sprecher der Behörde.

    Bis zu 40 Stunden pro Monat müssen die Mitarbeiter gegebenenfalls
    künftig mehr arbeiten – und dafür auch an Samstagen zur Arbeit kommen.

    Dafür erhalten sie keinen Freizeitausgleich, sondern eine finanzielle Vergütung.

    http://www.focus.de/politik/deutschland/fluechtlingskrise-samstagsarbeit-und-bis-zu-40-stunden-mehr-bamf-ordnet-mehrarbeit-an_id_5233018.html

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    Wie lange lassen sich die Schlafschaf-Muggels das noch gefallen?

  6. Braveheart says:

    Freimaurer “Walter Eichelburg”:

    Neu: 2016-01-23:
    […]

    2 Wochen soll das System noch halten, mehr ist politsch nicht mehr möglich.

  7. Braveheart says:

    Refugees claim ISIS militants living among them in Germany
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    Christian refugees from Syria claim they saw a former Islamic State member living in Frankfurt, and that this is not an isolated case. Police investigated but refused to file charges because the alleged terrorist has done nothing criminal in Germany.

    On his last visit to the Saarland region of Germany, on the border with France, RT’s Peter Oliver met with a group of Assyrian Christians who had been held hostage by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).
    They recalled that while being held in IS captivity, the only thing they prayed for was to be shot instead of being beheaded.

    The same community, now living in the city of Saarlouis, say the horrors of that experience have followed them all the way to Germany, after they found out that a man they say had ties to Islamic State is living among them.

    A refugee, who only agreed to speak to RT on condition of anonymity, said he is positive the man living in his town is the same member of IS he encountered in Syria.

    “He stopped me many times at the checkpoint near our village; we were even able to find him on Facebook, I go to the web page and there’s this guy again,” the refugee said.

    When the man first saw the jihadist in Germany, his reaction was that of panic.

    “I was very scared that this terrorist is in a democratic state like Germany just living here,” the refugee told RT, adding that he does not understand how those who kept whole families hostage now have Syrian refugee status in Germany.

    The Assyrian community now feels very insecure as “this was not the first case” a former IS member had been recognized, the man said. He added that some people are even considering leaving Germany, but do not know where to run to.

    Community leaders say that once they were convinced the ‘refugee’ was in fact a former jihadist, they went straight to the police.

    “The police have taken this very seriously, but we worry that the law cannot back this up with a strong case. They have to wait until this person does something criminal here,” Charlie Kanoun, the chairman of the Assyrian Culture Association, told RT.

    “But those people were killers in Syria and fly the ISIS flag here even. Such people should have no place in Germany,” Kanoun said.

    Police confirmed that an investigation is underway, but no charges relating to terrorism or any other crime have been brought.

    As the investigation continues, and with the influx of refugees showing no signs of slowing, the question is being asked as to who exactly is coming to Europe.

    “This is a very difficult point for our community here. Those victims of kidnapping were brought here for safety and security, and then these terrorists are here,” Kanoun said, adding that the German authorities “are being very gentle with them,” reiterating that his compatriots might have to flee again.

    “This is tragic that we will again be forced to be refugees, this time in a Christian state that cannot protect us,”

    Last February, Islamic State kidnapped around 250 Assyrian Christians and demanded ransoms of $100,000 per person. Some have since been released but many remain in captivity.

    “ISIS came to our village, they devastated our fields, burnt our churches, tore apart our lives. They kidnapped us, murdered us. We have an unbearable feeling of loss,” a former hostage told RT.

    He recalled that while in captivity, he overheard a conversation between his captors, saying that “the West will belong to us and we will conquer it through Islamization.”

    One of the IS militants holding Assyrian Christians captive was a German who had converted to radical Islam, the former hostage said.

    The German security services are currently preparing findings on more than 790 German Islamists who have traveled to Syria, the National Police Bureau of Saarland reported.

    Germany has seen increasing tensions over the migrant issue. Recently scuffles broke out between police and a group of protesters who were attempting to disrupt a right-wing rally near Berlin.

    The Alternative for Germany Party was demonstrating in the city of Potsdam in support of women’s rights, following the mass sex attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.

    They were confronted by a counter-protest claiming the assaults are being used to incite hatred towards migrants.

    VIDEOS:
    https://www.rt.com/news/329890-germany-refugees-isis-members/

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