Greece calls on NATO following Turkish threats to flood Europe with migrants

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has urged NATO to increase naval patrols in the Aegean Sea following threats made by Turkish President Erdogan to flood Europe with more than three million migrants.

“I asked the Secretary-General and the Alliance, and member states to strengthen their presence in the Aegean Sea with more ships,” Mitsotakis said during a press conference after speaking with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg in Athens on Thursday, Greek City Times reports.

“We ask for the mission to be expanded to the south Aegean so we can cover the full scope of our country’s maritime borders,” Mitsotakis added.

Last week, Turkish President Recep Erdogan, threatened to flood Europe with 3.6 million migrants if the bloc referred to the Turkish military incursion in Syria as an “occupation”.

“Hey EU, pull yourself together. I say it again. If you try to frame our operation as an invasion, our task is simple: we will open the gates and send 3.6 million migrants to you,” Erdogan said last week during an address to Turkish lawmakers.




Sweden: Anti-Mass Migration MP Considers Moving After Second Vandalism Attack

Swedish Moderate Party MP Hanif Bali, an outspoken critic of mass migration, said he might have to move house after his car was vandalised for the second time this year.

Mr Bali noticed the damage to his vehicle on Wednesday evening as he was about to take his mother home following a family dinner.

He said that the car’s tyres were slashed and the paint scratched off the body, Swedish newspaper Expressen reports.

“I had had dinner with my mum. Then I parked the car at home to leave some stuff. After 30 minutes, I went down to drive my mum home, and then I see that the paint is torn and that there are holes in the tyres, ”

he said, noting that the attack was the same as a previous incident earlier this year.



Flood Of Third World Migrants Causing Medieval "Rat Plague" In Cities Across Netherlands

Because the problems caused by the proliferation of rats in the Netherlands will continue to worsen considerably in the coming years, according to Bastiaan Meerburg, a researcher at Wageningen University, a large-scale study into the behavior of these rodents, so that a potential plague can be effectively avoided:

“I expect that the rat plague will really get a lot worse“, he said to the newspaper. “In Nijmegen and also in a number of other places you already see many rats. It is increasingly leading to problems.” Wageningen University expects that it will take several years to research how and where rats are moving, necessary to gain insight into exactly what municipalities can do to combat rats.

There are multiple reasons for the increase in rat populations in the country. “The Netherlands is increasingly densely populated and the cleanliness of the 60s and 70s is declining“, Meerburg said.

A denser population means more waste, and where there’s waste, there are rats. “In addition, municipalities are investing less and less in maintaining the outdoor space.




OECD: Mass Migration Costs France 10 Billion Euros a Year

Mass migration costs French taxpayers around 10 billion euros per year, according to figures from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

The actual cost of immigration is a highly debated subject in France. The populist National Rally (RN), led by Marine Le Pen, estimates it could be anywhere from 10 billion to 70 billion a year when adding in other linked costs, franceinfo reports.

That could include housing, medical benefits, the care of unaccompanied minors, and other social benefits for migrants, as well as all of the associated costs of asylum seekers and illegals.

A report released last month estimated that each minor illegal migrant costs the French taxpayer approximately 50,000 euros per year. With 41,000 underage migrants in the country, that puts the annual bill to the taxpayer at two billion euros.

The OECD report does say that migrants bring in around four billion euros a year, but the figure still leaves French taxpayers with a large deficit as the number of migrants grows annually.




Germany: Syrian Migrant Shouting “Allah” Ploughs Truck Into Traffic, 9 Injured

Incident being treated as terrorist attack.

A Syrian migrant shouting in Arabic about Allah ploughed a truck into traffic in the German city of Limburg, injuring 9 people in an incident being treated as a terrorist attack.

The suspect dragged the driver of a white Mercedes truck from his vehicle before accelerating into other cars at a traffic light.

Witnesses said the terrorist said “Allah” several times and spoke Arabic.

It’s a miracle that the man didn’t choose to plough into pedestrians, which would have undoubtedly caused more fatalities.



Stone-Throwing, No-Go Zones & Rape: Sweden Starts Looking at Migration With New Eyes

Problems stemming from Sweden’s openness towards asylum-seekers are, at long last, getting the attention of the country’s mainstream media.

Sweden-based academics Bilyana Martinovski and Anders Hellström explain why the press is finally paying attention.

On 19 September, journalists from the Swedish national public television broadcaster Sveriges Television AB (SVT) were attacked with stones while reporting on the building of an Islamic Centre in the Stenhagen district of Uppsala, known for its considerable migrant population.

The Swedish police immediately launched an investigation into the attempted assault and injury.

It is not the first stone-throwing incident to have occurred in the Stenhagen neighbourhood, as controversy over the construction of an Islamic Centre next to St. Mary’s Church in the district has been going on for the last six years.




EU, German Govt Travel to Greece and Turkey to Discuss New Migrant Crisis

German interior minister Horst Seehofer travelled to Turkey and Greece this week to meet with government leaders to prevent a new migrant crisis.

Mr Seehofer travelled to Turkey on Thursday with a delegation of the European Commission as well as French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner. They sought to negotiate with the Turkish government which has threatened to release more migrants into Europe, Bild reports.

“The development of migration in the Aegean deserves our increased attention,” Seehofer said on Wednesday, adding: “The year 2015 should not be repeated.”

The joint mission comes over three years since the European Union negotiated a deal with the Turkish government to stem the flow of migrants.

In exchange, the EU promised to send the country three billion euros and grant Turks visa-free access to the bloc’s borderless Schengen Area.




Swedish Police Warn Brutal Nigerian Mafia Gaining Foothold in Stockholm

Stockholm police have warned of the growing influence of the “Black Ax”, a Nigerian criminal gang connected to drug trafficking and prostitution involving illegal migrants.

The Black Ax is said to be an international group which operates in several southern European countries. Fifteen members of the group were arrested this week in Gothenburg in connection to drug trafficking cases, Sveriges Radio reports. 

Earlier this week, Gothenburg police arrested 15 drug smugglers connected to an international cocaine and heroin smuggling ring, finding 115 million Swedish kronor’s ($11,647,775/£9,467,375) worth of drugs.

Swedish customs say they seized approximately 300lbs of narcotics in total, including 110lbs of heroin.

Prosecutor Anna Svedin noted that the network was based in the Netherlands and said: “Some of the defendants have links to Black Ax, but not all.”




Greek government to conduct mass deportations while it tightens asylum policy for migrants

Following Sunday’s deadly fire at Moria migrant facility on Greece’s Lesbos island, the Greek government has announced several new measures designed to manage the surging flow of migrants coming into the country.

Stelios Petsas, a spokesperson for the Greek government, has announced that the Greek Ministerial Council has decided to clamp down on its asylum application system and increase deportations.

The government said Greece aims to deport 10,000 migrants by the end of next year, Reuters reports. 

The country will also increase sea patrols, speed up asylum procedures and create close pre-departure centers for migrants who’ve entered the country illegally who are aren’t eligible for asylum or whose applications have been rejected, Petsas announced in a statement.




Greece: At least two dead as migrants clash with police and firefighters at camp in Lesbos

At least two people have been killed after migrants in a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos set fires to housing units and clashed with police and firefighters on Sunday.

According to a report from Athens News Agency, which quoted police sources, a woman and child died as a result of the chaos and fires at the overcrowded Moria camp on the island of Lesbos.

Five others were sent to hospital for injuries suffered from the fires and fighting.

Currently, the death toll is still unclear with one migrant eyewitness saying that three people died due to the blaze which spread across six or seven housing units. 

According to police reports, the fires began around 4:45 p.m. after several migrants set fires to a housing unit in the center where the refugees live.




Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete brought murderers, rapists and torturers to Italy

Carola Rackete, the infamous captain of the NGO migrant transport vessel Sea-Watch 3, brought three men who ran a migrant detention center in Libya where migrants were raped, tortured, and murdered.

According to a report by Il Giornale, three of the 40 migrants who were picked up by Rackete’s boat are men who’ve been accused of raping, torturing, and murdering people in Libya.

 The suspects are said to have been arrested in the reception center in Messina, Italy. 

Police had originally concealed the arrests which reportedly occurred on the same day that the migrants disembarked from the ship. 

“The Captain transported three immigrants accused of torture on the Sea Watch,” Franco Grilli of Il Giornale writes. 


Italy: Five Star Senator and Judge Attacked and Robbed By Migrant Gang

A gang of North African youths from Algeria robbed an Italian Senator of the Five Star Movement (M5S) along with a judge at Rome’s central Termini railway station.

Senator Gabriele Lanzi and the judge were robbed by three Algerian men, with the judge having his briefcase stolen, shortly after finishing his lunch at a restaurant near the station, Il Giornale reports.

 short time after the first robbery, Senator Lanzi was attempting to find a taxi when he was approached by the migrant youths who districted him and stole his bag which contained a laptop, an iPad and various documents.

The Senator quickly alerted police who were able to arrest two of the migrants, aged 20 and 27, who have been charged with aggravated theft. Police were also able to recover the objects stolen from both the judge and the senator.

The incident comes as the Five Star Movement, along with the left-establishment Democratic Party (PD), have formed a new coaliton government and made changes to open Italy’s ports to NGO migrant transport ships, with 182 migrants landing in Italy last weekend.




Belgium: African migrants arrested for armed robbery in Berlaar

Two African migrants who carried out an armed robbery at a party in Berlaar, Belgium on Saturday night have been arrested and jailed, SCEPTR reports.

When recounting the events of that night, the party’s organizer, Vital Van Ham, said: “I was just making stock in the cooling when they stormed in.

They were two young people, one large and one smaller, both with black skin color. They behaved very aggressively and threatened us with a knife.

Partygoers attempted to stop the armed robbers but were unsuccessful. 

“Some employees and customers tried to stop them. One of the two robbers was hit hard by a waiter with a plastic plateau from Jupiler. 



Austria’s Sebastian Kurz Warns of New Migrant Wave ‘Brewing’

Former Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has warned that a new wave of migrants could be on the horizon as landings in Italy and Greece rise.

The leader of the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), who faces a national election on Sunday, told German media that he had a “feeling” that the number of migrants crossing into Europe from Africa and the Middle East could once again be on the rise, Kronen Zeitung reports. 

“Not only do I have the feeling that something is brewing. But I also have the feeling that we in Europe are partly to blame,” Kurz said.

Kurz slammed the new Italian leftist coalition government saying they had enacted a “reversal in migration policy” by opening the country’s ports to migrant transport NGOs.

This criticism was echoed last week by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó who argued that Europe was safer when populist leader Matteo Salvini occupied the post of interior minister due to his anti-mass migration policies.




Malmö Shooting Suspects Overwhelmingly from Migrant Backgrounds

The majority of the suspects in shootings in the city of Malmö come from migration backgrounds, according to a report from Swedish media.

The report, conducted by newspaper Sydsvenskan, examined 20 young men aged between 20 and 28 years old who have been suspected of having shot someone personally, having planned a shooting, or simply participated in a fatal shooting in another capacity between 2015 and 2019, Swedish newspaper Expressen reports.

In total, the 20 men have been convicted for 180 different crimes between them from simple robberies all the way to murder.

The majority of the men, 14 of 20, were born in Sweden to parents who had migrated to the country from Africa, the Middle East, or elsewhere, and 17 are said to have Swedish citizenship.

All but two of them lived in so-called “vulnerable areas” often referred to as no-go zones. 




Germany: 40 percent of welfare recipients are foreigners

At least 40 percent of all welfare recipients in German are foreigners, costing German taxpayers more than 4 billion euros every month to pay for the food, education, medicine, and shelter of 2.7 non-contributing foreigners living in the country, new official reports have revealed.

According to new figures released by Germany’s Federal Employment Agency, three out of four working-age Syrians living in Germany are supported entirely or partially by the country’s welfare system, Hartz IV, Die Welt reports.

As of June 2018, the official unemployment rate for Syrians in Germany was 44.2 percent, slightly down from last year’s figure of 49.6 percent.

However, as the report points out, the figure isn’t exactly truthful because Syrian migrants who attend state-funded ‘integration courses’ or ‘vocational language courses’ are not regarded as unemployed, but instead as ‘underemployed persons.’ 

Those who attend these courses are also paid a certain amount by the Hartz IV system.




6.2 million 3rd world migrants have applied for ‘asylum’ in Europe since 2011

At least 6.2 million migrants from the 3rd world claiming to be ‘refugees’ have demanded that European governments give them ‘asylum’ since January 2011, official statistics published by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) have revealed.

In July of 2019 alone, the number of “applications for international protection’ submitted in the 30 EU countries (EU member states plus Switzerland and Norway) amounted to close to 62,900, a 26 percent increase compared to the previous month, according to EASO figures.

During the period between January and July of this year, there have been 400,100 third world migrants who’ve applied for ‘asylum’ in Europe. 

Upon further examination of the EASO reports from over the years, the full picture of mass immigration from the third world into Europe, or ‘Replacement Migration’ as the UN describes it, comes into crystal clear focus. 

As per archived EASO annual reports spanning from 2011 to 2018, the total number of ‘asylum’ applications in Europe, per year, were as follows:




Marine Le Pen Proposes National Referendum on Immigration

French populist leader Marine Le Pen has proposed settling France’s immigration issues by recommending referendums on a number of immigration topics.

The National Rally (RN) leader said that she and her party had been excluded from a debate on immigration set for the end of the month where she wanted to propose several referendums to allow the French public to vote on immigration policies, Le Figaro reports. 

Me Le Pen claims that French President Emmanuel Macron has not made any substantial immigration policies in his two and a half years in power.

“Nicolas Sarkozy did the same thing. He had taken this debate on immigration when he was a candidate and then we saw what happened when he came to power. I think that Emmanuel Macron will do nothing,” she said.

The proposed referendums would be simplistic yes or no questions, Le Pen added, saying they would be “yes or no to [birthright citizenship], yes or no to family reunification, yes or no to control of our borders again”.




Gambian migrant sentenced to just 13 years for the savage rape of an 11-year-old girl

A military-aged migrant man from Gambia has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for forcing his way into an 11-year-old girl’s room and subjecting her to a savage rape in Bradford, England.

According to a report by the Telegraph and Argus, 31-year-old Haji Kologa put hands around the little girl’s neck and said, “Who’s the man?” before he threw her to the ground, dragged her into another room, and carried out what judge Andrew Haslam QC described as a “quite horrifying sexual assault”. 

“He made her promise not to tell anyone and if she did, he would kill her,” prosecutor Christine Egerton said. 

After the prolonged rape, the little girl was able to escape the rapist by jumping out of a first-floor window.

At first, the victim was too frightened to get into the police vehicle, but after she was taken to the station she told officers what Kaloga had done to her, and DNA evidence which linked him to the rape was collected.





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French Police Clear English Channel Adjacent Migrant Camp

PARIS (AP) – French police are evacuating at least 900 migrants from a gym and a nearby tent camp near the English Channel, citing concerns about security and hygiene.

A spokesman for the Nord region said the migrants being removed from Tuesday from the town of Grande Synthe include an unspecified number of children with their families. Local media say the migrants include many Kurds from Iraq. 

A court this month ordered the migrants removed, to stem violence and human trafficking in the neighborhood.

The spokesman said the migrants are being taken to temporary shelters and allowed to apply for asylum.

Activist groups have warned that evacuations don’t stop migrants from coming to the are





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