Monday, January 22, 2018
In a mass brawl at Langehagen Airport on Monday afternoon, Kurds and Turks once again fought their conflicts on German soil. According to media reports, Turks and Kurds clashed in Terminal B of Langenhagen Airport on Monday afternoon. Kurds had demonstrated at the airport against Turkey's military action against Kurds in northern Syria. Among other things,"Fascist Erdogan" cries were heard from the crowd. Turkish passengers of Turkish Airlines are said to have attacked the demonstrators. According to the Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, about 180 people fought against each other in the course of the conflict, and both state and federal police forces were using about 20 vehicles at the terminal to bring the foreign conflict under control.
4223 households are currently on the waiting list for a social housing unit. In 2011, this figure was still 2834, a massive increase. And: especially in the recent past, the increase is due almost exclusively to refugees who live in the city. The background is likely to be a distinctive feature of the city of Stuttgart: If you want to move into a social housing unit in the state capital, you must be registered on the pre-booking list. However, in order to be included on this waiting list at all, an applicant must be registered in the city of Stuttgart for at least three years. Not so with refugees assigned to the city. They are placed on the preregistration list without waiting time.
Labour Racism: Police Decline to Investigate Party Charging White People Extra to Attend Corbyn Rally
Leicestershire Police have declined to investigate the Labour Party singling out white people to pay extra to attend a Jeremy Corbyn rally in Loughborough.
Britain’s acid attack epidemic is spreading from its focal point in Sadiq Khan’s London to the historic Home Counties which surround it.
Hundreds of Dutch and Belgian patriots gathered near Rotterdam’s Central Station last Saturday. They protested against the current Dutch government and against the Islamisation of Europe. Several protesters waved Dutch flags and carried banners saying: “Stop the Islamisation of Europe” and “Keep Islam out of Rotterdam”.Members of the Flemish party Vlaams Belang were also present to support Wilders and his Freedom Party. Vlaams Belang’s leading member Filip Dewinter, marched alongside Wilders while holding the banner with him that says: (Make) “The Netherlands ours again!” Wilders told the protesters: “The Netherlands is our country; it’s not (Prime Minister) Mark Rutte’s country… We live here, not in Morocco; we don’t live in Turkey or in Saudi Arabia, but in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands.” Rotterdam is the second largest Dutch city and Wilders’ Freedom Party will be participating in the city’s local elections for the first time. They will be held on 21 March this year. More protests will follow, as Wilders announced in November last year that he wants to organise a series of demonstrations against the Islamisation of Belgium and the Netherlands. Belgian politician, Filip Dewinter, has said to join him.