Monday, February 19, 2018

Italy’s poor elderly want food while the country’s migrants complain about Wi-Fi signals

Italy accepted hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants since 2014. Most of them are from Africa and the Middle East.
On Youtube a shocking video compares Italy’s elderly with the migrants. The results are devastating.

Pat Condell: A Word To The Google Feminists

Poll: Germany’s AfD Populists Second Most Popular Party for First Time

Germany’s insurgent right-wing populist party has overtaken the left-leaning Social Democrats to become the nation’s second most popular political force for the first time, a poll shows.

Alternative for Germany (AfD) is now backed by 16 per cent of voters, surging past the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP), wich is on 15.5 per cent, the Insa poll for the Bild newspaper found.
The sister Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) and Christian Social Union in Bavaria (CSU) parties, known collectively as the Union, were backed by 47.5 per cent voters.
Around 13 per cent, meanwhile, said they would vote for the Green party, according to the poll.
UKIP appeared to welcome on social media the news that their fellow Eurosceptics were gaining support in Germany.
The AfD got around 12.6 per cent of the vote in Germany’s federal elections last year, entering the legislature for the first time ever.
The SDP, meanwhile, had their worst election performance in the post-war period, and their recent polling results are the lowest since Insa began running the survey in 2012.
In a Forsa RTL poll published on the same day, the SDP slumped to their worst level of support in 25 years, with them backed by just 16 per cent of respondents. Yet the AfD remained behind them in this poll, at 13 per cent.
And in an ARD poll published by Infratest Dimap last week, the two parties were just one percentage point apart, with the SPD on 16 per cent and the AfD on 15 per cent.
The SDP’s 464,000 members are currently awaiting a postal ballot on whether they should go ahead with an agreement struck by their leaders last week to re-enter a coalition government with Union parties.
The vote begins this Tuesday, the 20th of February, and the results are expected on the 20th of March.
Martin Schulz, the former European Parliament president, recently stepped down as SDP leader and many in the party are unhappy with the prospect of renewing an alliance with the struggling Chancellor Angela Merkel.

German taxpayer finances Sharia loving refugee who has two wives and six children

A documentary about a Syrian family on Germany’s Spiegel TV has caused controversy in the country.
The 32-year-old Ahmad A. lives with his two wives and six children in the district of Pinneberg. His second wife was only thirteen years old when Ahmad married her in Syria.While polygamy is banned in Germany, Ahmad was allowed to bring his second wife to Germany. The decision was based on the fact that she is the mother of four of his children.
Ahmad doesn’t understand the controversy, because he is a devout Muslim and follows the Sharia, which allows polygamy.
The family fled Syria’s capital Aleppo in 2015 via Greece, France and Denmark and is now completely living on benefits. Ahmad says he always wanted to go to Germany and tells Spiegel Tv: “There’s support here. They give us social benefits, they give us this house”.
Ahmad is happy to be in Germany. “I thank you very, very, very much, Mama Merkel. She is the only person who has felt the suffering of the Syrians. I also thank the Germans, even if there are racists among them. But the Germans have experienced war and show great compassion for the Syrians. ”
The case of Ahmad and his family isn’t the only one where polygamy is involved. Earlier we reported that 34 refugees imported 130 family members and second wives to Germany. There’s even a case known of one refugee with 23 children and 4 wives.

German police call on opponents of Merkel's refugee policy to emigrate

The Berlin police responded to a concerned citizen who complained about the violent actions of the Antifa against the Berlin women's demonstration and the inaction of the police against it: "Emigration is also always an option for anyone who wants to". (Screenshot below)
And the North Rhine-Westphalian police responded to a citizen who was angry about the police's lax treatment of migrant offenders:"If you assume this punishment is too lax, you can travel to another country and live there." (Screenshot below)

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Hungary’s Orbán Calls for Patriotic Alliance to Save Europe, ‘We’ll Fight Together to Stop the Soros Plan’

Viktor Orbán has called for patriotic EU allies to join Hungary in its fight against the globalist war on nation states which would see the West fall.

“Dark clouds are gathering over Europe because of immigration,” the conservative prime minister warned an audience in Budapest on Sunday, at the nation’s annual state of the union address.
“Nations will cease to exist, the West will fall, while Europe won’t even realise that it has been invaded,” he said, declaring that “Christianity is Europe’s last hope” against rising “Islamisation” taking place on the continent.
“Absurd as it may sound, the danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris,” he said, stating that liberal politicians who “opened the way for the decline of Christian culture” in Europe are determined “to force Hungary to adopt their policies that have made them immigrant countries”.
“Hungary will only express solidarity with Western European leaders who want to rescue their country and its Christian culture,” said Orbán, slamming repeated demands from Brussels that unwilling nations be forced to take a share of third world migrants arriving to the bloc.
“We are not alone,” the prime minister added, pointing to governments in the fellow Visegrád nations of Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Poland, which stand with Hungary in rejecting the quotas, and praising Austria, Bavaria in Germany, and Croatia for “turning in a patriotic direction”.
“We will fight together to stop Soros’s plan in Brussels and the United Nations, ” Orbán said, accusing the globalist financier of using his vast wealth to buy influence not only in Brussels — where his Open Society Foundations lists almost a third of MEPs as “reliable allies” — but also at the United Nations (UN), proposals of which seek to normalise mass migration.
“If we have enough allies – and we can have enough allies – then I am sure we’ll succeed,” he told supporters.
“We will not remain silent and watch the execution of the Soros Plan: if need be, we will make use of stronger legal tools,” continued Orbán, highlighting the “Stop Soros” legislative package his government presented to parliament last week, which could see open borders NGOs assisting illegal migration taxed to provide funds for border protection.
“If they do not stop their dangerous activities, we will simply expel them from the land, no matter how powerful or rich they may be.”
With his Fidesz party on track to win a landslide third consecutive victory in April, Orbán highlighted how the conservative administration has “prevented the Islamic world from flooding us from the south” with its erection of effective border walls to counter illegal immigration.

“We Hungarians have a future only if we remain Hungarians, if we cultivate our language, protect our Christian and Hungarian culture, and if we guard our independence and Hungarian freedom,” he added.

Brains for Brexit: UK Intellectuals Break Ranks with Pro-EU Academic Establishment

Some of the UK’s best and brightest have banded together to form a new pro-Brexit group to counteract the propaganda that Leave supporters are dim-witted, ‘low-information’ voters.

‘Briefings for Britain’, which has launched a new website, is backed by over 40 distinguished former civil servants, historians, legal professionals, philosophers, scientists, and others — and claims there are more like them who are still afraid to stick their heads above the parapet.
“They said, ‘I’d love to be part of your group but I haven’t got a proper job yet and I probably won’t if I’m identified’,” explained Dr. Graham Gudgin, an economist at the Centre for Business Research and Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, in comments to The Times.
“One of our contributors said he was told by a younger pro-Brexit colleague that his professor had told him that people who voted Brexit were the sort of people who sent his relatives to concentration camps,” he added.
In fact, the Remainer groupthink in British academia is so strong that some of the material published by Briefings for Brexit will have to be anonymous, with popular historian Professor Robert Tombs — who will be editing the site along with Dr. Gudgin — explaining how one Brexit-supporting student had to hide her views from her supervisor because he believed all Brexiteers were racists.
“I thought one thing we academics were paid to do was help explain things to people, but universities have become so simple-minded about this,” Tombs lamented.
Tombs was not afraid to point out that many academics receive money from Brussels, declaring: “So many of our colleagues [have] wrongly taken a corporatist, selfish and narrow view.”
Indeed, the bloc funds some 1,700 academics to act as Jean Monnet professors, “disseminating the values of European integration” to roughly a quarter of a million students every year.
Professor Tombs was also at pains to point out that the building efforts by the so-called ‘Remain Resistance’ to sabotage Brexit have made it imperative that groups like his continue to put the case for Leave — especially now that 87-year-old billionaire George Soros has thrown his considerable financial weight behind the EU loyalists.
“[His] support for the pro-Remain campaign shows there is a lot of big money behind hardline Remainers, whose interests have little to do with the interests of the country as a whole,” he said.

“It shows that independent, self-funded initiatives like ours are all the more important. The other important news is the selective leaking of unsourced statistics; this shows again how much expert scrutiny is needed.”