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The European Union & It's Problems.
It seems that rarely a day passes without the mainstream media announcing that someone from
the elite group who rule over the European Union waves at the minions or decides to allow terrorists
into a country they don't preside over.

Wallfire and myself swim in these murky waters where words like 'immigration, economic-migrant' and
'refugee' are used liberally when describing someone crossing distances looking for a hand-out from the
white man.

So I felt a thread might be in order to keep the MSM's -and other outlets' articles in one place, a place
where we can see an overview of the failings of those who wish to destroy traditional values borne from
centuries-old struggles and also monitor a possible turnaround if Merkel and her crew think their jobs
are on the line.

Quote:EU agrees new migration plan after all-night talks.

EU leaders reach a crucial deal on steps to tackle migration after resolving a bitter row with Italy's new hardline PM.

'European Union leaders have reached an agreement on how to deal with migration after all-night talks in Brussels
to overcome Italian demands for more help. EU Council President Donald Tusk confirmed in a tweet that the 28 EU
"leaders have agreed" on a migration compromise which was at the heart of their two-day summit.

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They agreed to set up joint asylum processing sites and restrict migrants' moves with the bloc.
"All the measures in the context of these controlled centres, including relocation and resettlement,
will be on a voluntary basis," the joint statement said.

The leaders also agreed to tighten their external border more, increase financing for Turkey, Morocco and Northern
African states to prevent migration to Europe. French President Emmanuel Macron said the deal was "good news".

German Chancellor Angela Merkel echoed his sentiments, but acknowledged that deep divisions remained among
member states. "Overall, after an intensive discussion on the most challenging theme for the European Union, namely
migration, it is a good signal that we agreed a common text," Mrs Merkel said.

"We still have a lot of work to do to bridge the different views," she added.
Mrs Merkel had warned that the bloc's "destiny" was at stake if it failed to reach an agreement, with her own job also
hanging in the balance as tensions over the issue grow at home.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who heads a month-old populist and anti-immigration government, had vetoed
joint statements for the entire agenda of the EU summit until his demands were met.
Italy has recently refused to let several migrant rescue boats dock at its ports, demanding that the responsibility for
people arriving across the Mediterranean should be shared between other countries.

"Italy is no longer alone," Mr Conte said after the migrant agreement.

Prime Minister Theresa May told Sky's political correspondent Beth Rigby that EU leaders negotiated the deal after
"lengthy discussions". She said: "We have come to positive conclusions... which is taking more action upstream in
countries of origin so that we can ensure that people aren't having to make and aren't making these very dangerous
journeys, often travelling many miles, often at the hands of the people smugglers and making the dangerous trips
across the Mediterranean where we still see some people dying."...'
Sky News:

Mrs. Merkel may be aware of this type of conduct in her country and beginning to understand that those who she's
hoping will vote for her are aware too. Unusual and non-traditional behavior -it seems, is now being exported from
within the EU!

Quote:'Voodoo' nurse Josephine Iyamu guilty of sex trafficking.

'A London-based nurse has been convicted of trafficking five Nigerian women into Germany to work
as prostitutes after subjecting them to "voodoo" rituals.

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Josephine Iyamu forced the women to swear oaths to hand over money to her during "juju" ceremonies.

Iyamu, 51, formerly of Bermondsey, was convicted of five counts of arranging or facilitating travel for sexual
exploitation at Birmingham Crown Court. Jurors also found her guilty of perverting the course of justice.

The rituals saw the women forced to eat chicken hearts, drink blood containing worms, and have powder
rubbed into cuts, the court heard. Iyamu is the first person to be convicted under Modern Slavery Act laws
passed in 2015, allowing prosecutions of British citizens for overseas sexual trafficking.

She was born in Liberia, but became a British citizen in 2009 having been allowed to stay in the UK due to
her nursing qualifications. Her husband, 60-year-old Efe Ali-Imaghodor, was acquitted of doing acts intending
to pervert the course of justice...'

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Josephine Iyamu's home in Nigeria, although she's a British citizen living just across the river Thames from

Quote:Psychological control
Iyamu declared a modest income of around £14,500 in 2016/17 from her work as an NHS agency nurse, the
court heard. But after her arrest last year investigators found she was able to afford to spend thousands on air
travel and a large home in Benin City, Nigeria.

Prosecutor Simon Davis said by performing rituals Iyamu gained psychological control over the women.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) said Iyamu had "enlisted the help of a voodoo priest" to put the women
through a "juju" ceremony which was "designed to exert control" over them.

The victims and their families were threatened with serious harm if they broke their oath to Iyamu, according
to the NCA. The court heard Iyamu was "willing to put the women at risk of serious injury and or death as they
made their journey from Nigeria to Europe".

They were too afraid to challenge her or fail to pay her back tens of thousands of Euros she charged them to be
trafficked into Germany, the court was told.
Opening the case, Mr Davis said: "The debts incurred by the women were enforced through fear.
"Each of the women were put through what is known to some as a voodoo ceremony."

Iyamu will be sentenced on Wednesday...'
BBC News:

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The deal means nothing, the EU will just hand out passports and let the "refugees" wonder round Europe as they please. What needs to be done is city's built in Africa that are run and policed by the EU that would keep the refugees safe till they can return to there own lands, if they cant return then let them put roots down in the new city.
This mess wont stop as long as people think they can get free money and services from us by invading Europe
(06-29-2018, 10:57 AM)Wallfire Wrote: The deal means nothing, the EU will just hand out passports and let the "refugees" wonder round Europe as they please. What needs to be done is city's built in Africa that are run and policed by the EU that would keep the refugees safe till they can return to there own lands, if they cant return then let them put roots down in the new city.
This mess wont stop as long as people think they can get free money and services from us by invading Europe

...And call it Wakanda!

It just alludes me why anyone would willing allow different cultures -cultures that appose each other
in some areas of social-conduct and ideologies and assume it'll be all smiles and bouquets.

If some of the values that a society holds is to subjugate females, demand certain worship formats
or even believe that anyone not upholding their ethical standards should be punished, it's obvious that
problems will arise.

The EU cannot get around the fact that if I and my friend in shed can see it, they and their advisers must
have been aware of the volatile possibilities of grouping two entirely different cultures.
So why did the un-elected bureaucrats make that decision?

Dispersing gathered-wealth from a set of nations in order to appease some-imagined type of European
colonial guilt is not what the Common Market was designed for. Nor an army either.
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The My-Way Or Highway Principle.

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We bandy the word 'snowflake' around to describe the young people who want to live in a world
where wealth is evenly distributed and presumably picked from trees.
Maybe they could leave the outside cafes and bars and take a walk down to sort this out?

It's another result of the European Union's project.

Quote:France: Violent clashes in Nantes after police shoot young man.

Protesters have set fire to cars and a shopping mall after police shot dead a 22-year-old man in Nantes.
A French lawmaker has announced a full investigation into how the man was killed during a traffic stop.

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'French lawmaker Valerie Oppelt on Wednesday called for calm after police shot and killed a 22-year-old
man in Nantes, triggering unrest in several neighborhoods across the western city.

Shortly after news of the man's death emerged, groups of young protesters gathered in the Breil neighborhood.
The protesters threw Molotov cocktails and torched at least three vehicles and a shopping center during clashes
with police.

"Nantes was the scene of violence last night. I appeal for calm. An investigation is under way to learn the circumstances
of this tragedy," Oppelt said in a tweet. "My thoughts go out to the residents of the Breil neighborhood."

Local police chief Jean-Christophe Bertrand said the 22-year-old man, whose car had been under surveillance as part
of a drug-trafficking investigation, was pulled over during a traffic check, but his identity was "not clear and officers
received orders to bring the driver to the police station." 

The man, Aboubakar F., then attempted to reverse the vehicle, in the process hitting a police officer in the knee.
"One of his colleagues then fired, hitting the young man who unfortunately died," Bertrand said. Local residents
dispute official accounts of the incident, calling the shooting "scandalous."  

Nantes police later announced that colleagues in the city of Creteil, near Paris, had issued an arrest warrant for
the man in June 2017 for robbery and other crimes. 

Police: 'We expect the worst'
Groups of protesters also clashed with police in the Dervallieres and Malakoff neighborhoods, known as sensitive
areas in Nantes. "We expect the worst in the coming days," police said, according to the Nantes-based Presse-Ocean

Authorities said Nantes police will receive reinforcements to ensure security in the affected neighborhoods.
The protests resembled the civil unrest that erupted in Paris' "banlieues" –low-income migrant neighborhoods on the
outskirts of the capital –in 2005 and which has flared up several times since then.

In 2005, the banlieu of Clichy-sous-Bois became a focal point of violent protests, which erupted in response to the deaths
of two boys killed while fleeing police. They highlighted the country's broader difficulties integrating minority groups and
ultimately paved the way to the presidency for then-Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy...'
DW News:

From Wikipedia:
In France, a banlieue is a suburb of a large city.
However, since the 1970s, banlieues has taken on an additional meaning in French of France, becoming a popular word
for low-income housing projects in which mainly foreign immigrants and French of foreign descent reside, in what are often
called poverty traps.
Or no-go areas.

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The sad thing is that death by police is the best any of these young people can hope for. If they die by police they get there names into the paper, have a big funeral, and become a "hero". 
The other chose is to die in a gang fight by knife or gun, or perhaps by drugs and no one will care. 
So is it any surprise they chose death by police, so they have some meaning if only in death. He knew that by hitting a police man with his car he would be shot, he chose that death.
Another version of the story, worth reading both.
Quote:French Police Killing Unleashes Familiar Riots and Recrimination

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Firefighters working to put out a fire in the Malakoff neighborhood of Nantes, France, on Wednesday after a police killing set off riots.CreditSebastien Salom Gomis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
By Adam Nossiter PARIS — A night of rioting touched off by a police killing set off a familiar replay of grim media images on Wednesday morning in France, where law enforcement tactics in immigrant neighborhoods are a regular source of friction.
French television replayed a seemingly endless loop of images from the western city of Nantes of burned-out cars, smashed bus shelters and shattered store fronts: recurrent symbols of the country’s struggles with policing in minority neighborhoods.
Nantes, located on the Atlantic Coast, is known for its vibrant start-up scene and tech-oriented economy, but not much of that has rubbed off on neighborhoods like Le Breil.
It was there that the riot police pulled over a 22-year-old man acquaintances identified as Aboubakar, the son of immigrants from Guinea, during a traffic stop Tuesday night. (The authorities did not name him.)
The accounts of residents and the officers differ, but one thing was certain: The young man was shot in the neck and died before he made it to the hospital.
Police shootings are rare in France compared with the United States, and when they occur the investigative machinery of the French state is mobilized. On Tuesday evening, the mayor of Nantes, Johanna Rolland, a Socialist, called for “total transparency over what has happened tonight,” and extended her sympathies to the family of the slain man.

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Riot police officers on Wednesday in Le Breil, a neighborhood in Nantes.CreditSebastien Salom Gomis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Officials said that Aboubakar had had at least eight previous encounters with the police and that he had had an outstanding arrest warrant on a robbery charge.
On Tuesday night, after he was pulled over, they said, he backed his car up at high speed toward children and a police officer. But residents say that he had not been acting aggressively.
What followed was a night in which angry youths in three Nantes neighborhoods threw firebombs and burned eight buildings and some 30 cars, the authorities said.
Tensions between the police and the communities they patrol have erupted in violence repeatedly over the years.
In May 2017, there were riots in a Paris suburb after a young man was killed while fleeing the police; there were riots in July 2016 after an arrest; and days of rioting erupted in 2005 all over France after two young men were electrocuted while fleeing from the police.
Each time, the government vowed to bring in more help to the neighborhoods. President Emmanuel Macron is only the latest to announce such help, mostly through an enhanced police presence. Tensions with the police persist.

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The mayor of Nantes, Johanna Rolland, center right, called for “total transparency over what has happened.”CreditSebastien Salom Gomis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
“It’s always the same scenario,” said Gérard Mauger, an emeritus scholar at the CNRS research institute in Paris who has studied urban riots in France for decades. “But it’s hardened. The score settling is more violent. Now there are guns.”
He added: “For 40 years we’ve had 10 percent unemployment, much higher in these neighborhoods. The first victims of it are the immigrants.”
In the Le Breil neighborhood of Nantes, the police had increased their presence in recent weeks because of confrontations between local youths. “There’s been a lot of score settling recently,” Saïd En-Némèr, who runs a local youth group, said.
Mr. En-Némèr, in a phone interview from Nantes, said, “They had beefed up the police presence to ‘protect’ the neighborhood.”
Thierry Spitz, a representative of the local police union, said: “These neighborhoods are very on edge. There are gunshots at least once a month.”
On the night Aboubakar was shot, officials said, the police were on the lookout for the car he was driving because it was tied to drug trafficking in Rennes. Mr. Spitz said the officers noticed that the young man was not wearing a seatbelt and pulled him over.

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The burned-out City Hall in the Dervallières neighborhood of Nantes. Thierry Spitz, a representative of the local police union, said, “These neighborhoods are very on edge.”CreditSebastien Salom Gomis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Aboubakar gave the officers a phony ID, the union official said, and was ordered to the police station. The young man then “backed up his car at high speed; there were two kids behind the car,” Mr. Spitz said. “One of the officers pushed them out of the way and was touched by the car,” he said.
“The risk was great,” Mr. Spitz said. “The officer had to use his weapon. To me, it was a case of legitimate defense.”
Mr. En-Némèr, who knew Aboubakar from soccer matches organized by his group, vigorously disputed the police account. He said 10 witnesses interviewed by him and his group all agreed: There had been no aggression from the young man.
“This is clearly a police blunder,” he said. “The young man was complying with the officers. He wasn’t aggressive. The police check was going just fine.”
He contested the idea that the car had struck an officer.
“They fired at him without warning,” Mr. En-Némèr said. “There was lots of blood coming from his neck, but it was too late; the ambulance came too late.”
Aboubakar was known as “cheerful” and “respectful,” Mr. En-Némèr said. “Now,” he said, “they are trying to pass him off as a thug.”
Judicial officials in Nantes said the shooting would be investigated, and a march was being organized for Thursday.
For Mr. En-Némèr, though, the shooting demonstrated that “you might as well re-establish the death penalty.”
Aboubakar was known as “cheerful” and “respectful,” Mr. En-Némèr said. “Now,” he said, “they are trying to pass him off as a thug.”
This cheerful and respectful young man had as the police said "Officials said that Aboubakar had had at least eight previous encounters with the police and that he had had an outstanding arrest warrant on a robbery charge.
Tales Of Two Cities... The One That Exists And The One Merkel Wants You To Think Exists.

Quote:Man fatally stabs ex-wife and child at Hamburg U-Bahn station.

'A man is suspected of killing his former wife and child in a downtown area of the Hanseatic city on Thursday.
The fatal knife attack took place in Hamburg’s busy Jungfernstieg U-bahn station, the Hamburg Morgenpost
(MOPO) and other German media report.

Police reported that the woman was badly injured during the incident and tweeted in the afternoon that she
succumbed to her injuries. The child, who was a year old, died at the scene.
The 33-year-old suspect, who is from Niger, has since turned himself in and has been arrested.

"The crime was very, very terrible in its execution, very targeted and very, very extreme," said police spokesman
Timo Zill. The motive for the crime is still unclear, states the MOPO. 
Police believe a crime of passion was committed. A homicide team has since taken over the investigation.

The area around the Jungfernstieg underground station has been cordoned off over a wide area.
Some S-Bahn trains have been affected as a result of the incident and in the vicinity of the scene there are traffic
obstructions due to road closures. Otherwise subways in the Hanseastic city are running normally...'
The Local:


Quote:Migrant Beheads 1-Year-Old Girl In Germany; Merkel Bans Media Reporting.

'Angela Merkel’s pro-migrant government has banned German media from reporting on a barbaric crime involving
a Muslim migrant who allegedly beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter on a train station platform in Hamburg. 

According to eyewitnesses, the 33-year-old suspect, Mourtala Madou, beheaded his one-year-old daughter in front
of a horrified crowd of commuters at Jungfernstieg station on Thursday April 12, and then stabbed his German
girlfriend, the mother of the child.

The suspect allegedly stabbed the infant from behind, while she was sitting in her stroller, and then severed her neck.
He then allegedly stabbed his girlfriend in the chest before fleeing the scene, dumping the murder weapon in a train
station trash can. He was later arrested

The woman, a mother of four other children, later died at hospital of her injuries.

Video footage has been uploaded to the internet showing the aftermath of the brutal and senseless double murder that
was described as “very targeted” by police spokesman Timo Zill and an “honor killing” by witnesses. The victims bodies
can be seen in the video but not their faces.  Eyewitnesses can be heard saying that the suspect cut the babies head off.

The Ghanaian Christian gospel singer who captured the footage on his cell phone can be heard saying,
“Oh my God. It’s unbelievable. Oh my God. It is unbelievable. Oh Jesus, oh Jesus. oh Jesus. They cut off the head of the baby.
They cut off the baby’s head. Oh my God. Oh Jesus. “

German media has been allowed by the government to report on the murder of the mother, but Angela Merkel’s pro-migrant
government banned German media outlets from reporting on the decapitated baby.

Merkel’s government have been under intense pressure in recent months regarding the open borders policy that is responsible
for millions of Muslim migrants settling in Germany during the last three years. Many Germans believe the government issued
a blanket ban on reporting this story because they believe it will turn the public mood against the government and represent
the final nail in Merkel’s political coffin.

German authorities have also been ordered to clamp down on independent bloggers caught sharing the damning footage.

When Hamburg blogger Heinrich Kordewiner posted the video on Facebook and his own YouTube channel, a police investigation
was launched. Kordewiner’s apartment was searched by police and his personal belongings were confiscated. Kordewiner says
he and his roommate were awakened at 6:45 am by a squad of prosecutors and police officers seeking access to their home.
When they were denied, they forcibly gained access by drilling the door lock.

The Christian gospel singer who recorded the video on his cell phone has also had his home raided and personal belongings
confiscated. Police claim they are operating under orders to confiscate material in order to protect the rights of the victims.

But who are they really protecting? Many Germans believe they are protecting the migrant and alleged murderer, Mourtala Madou,
as well as the German government guilty of allowing millions of migrants to settle in the country against the wishes of the German

A handful of mainstream media articles, worried about the publication of the video, have been published since the police raids,
but none of them mention the decapitated one-year-old girl. The case has been completely covered up by the German government.

However they cannot keep the case quiet forever. The fact the one-year-old child had her neck severed is mentioned in the published
files of the Hamburg District Court. Stefan Frankreports on about this today.

But it seems the German government gag order extends beyond the media.
A request by the AFD faction (number 21/12844), regarding the nature of the child’s injury, was redacted with the details blacked out
before the Civil Law Court replied. Even the German judiciary are going out of their way to ensure that the barbaric crimes of Muslim
migrants are kept hidden from the German public...'

Thanks to Mystic Wanderer for assistance.
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The same sort of shit has happened here in Finland, and im sure its happing all over Europe.
(07-07-2018, 10:48 AM)Wallfire Wrote: The same sort of shit has happened here in Finland, and im sure its happing all over Europe.

You mean...

Quote:Porvoo father to appeal conviction for murdering three-year-old daughter.
A man convicted of murdering his three-year-old daughter is to launch an appeal, according to his defence lawyers.

'A 39-year-old Frenchman convicted of murdering his three-year-old daughter is to appeal his sentence.
His defence team notified the court of its dissatisfaction with the verdict, a necessary prerequisite for filing an appeal.

The man, who stabbed his daughter several times in a park in central Porvoo last November, admits to committing
manslaughter but denies murder. He was convicted by Eastern Uusimaa District court and sentenced to life in prison.
Prisoners serving life sentences are on average freed after 13 years in prison in Finland.

The man had been involved in a bitter custody battle with his former partner before abducting the child one morning
as her mother was taking her to daycare and stabbing her several times in the park..'
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