Thursday, November 23, 2017

Watch. Polish government attacks EU immigration policy and political correctness in uncompromising video

Pro tip: enable the English subs.

“Two years after the Polish government opposed taking in illegal immigrants, Europe has opened its eyes and admitted we were right”,
The Polish Ministry of the Interior and Administration tweeted yesterday, when publishing its video, which conveys the message that Poland is keeping itself safe during a migration crisis that has outgrown EU leaders’ capacity to solve it, while sending humanitarian aid to the Middle East. It also claims that the EU is now slowly starting to recognize that the Polish doctrine was the right one.
“We were the first to say that not every immigrant is a refugee and only a few are fleeing from war and terror. Our predictions have come true. There have been confirmed cases where people involved with terrorist organizations have entered Europe among refugees. Although many attacks have been thwarted, there has been a wave of terrorist attacks in Europe. (…) This problem is connected with what Western Europe is struggling with – decades of policy of Multiculturalism and political correctness. The scale of the problem of illegal immigration has outmatched EU leaders.
Our government chooses a responsible way to fight the problem of illegal immigration. Polish border guards not only protect the borders of EU countries. Over the past two years, more than 850 of our border guards have been providing security in 18 countries. (…) Humanitarian aid from Poland is reaching the victims of wars in the Middle East. The EU is beginning to change its manner of thinking about taking in refugees. (…) EU leaders are beginning to understand the absurd policy of forced relocation of refugees. They are now beginning to appreciate how important it is to protect the external borders of the European Union and the security of its own citizens, who feel increasingly threatened. Two years after the Polish government opposed taking in illegal migrants, Europe has opened its eyes and admitted we were right.”

France is close to an Islamic explosion

by Giulio Meotti 

In 1961, when it was clear that France had no chance of winning the war in Algeria, ideas about partitions of that North African country flourished. One that was seriously considered suggested creating a reserve for Whites and Harkis around the city of Oran, while Algiers would have been, like Berlin, a city divided in two parts.
General de Gaulle eventually rejected the plan drawn up by Alain Peyrefitte. But it happened elsewhere. Greece and Turkey exchanged their populations in 1922 to put an end to a war that lasted 100 years and, as a result, the war in Cyprus ended. Sudan closed the book on its civil war by granting independence to the south of the country. The same thing happened in Northern Ireland.
The “War over France” is hardly just at its beginnings. Many murderous Islamist attacks have taken place and large territories are already outside the control of the French secular Republic. Even if the conflict is still in its infancy, the notion of “partition” or secession is advancing in public opinion. That is why in the monthly magazine Causeur, a respected publication edited by Elizabeth Levy, a long article just supported the idea of a division of France.
“Everyone realizes that a second people has formed in France, a branch that wants to define its life on religious values ​​and is fundamentally opposed to the liberal consensus on which our country was founded,” writes Christian de Moliner. “But a nation always rests on a fundamental pact, a minimum of laws that all approve. This is not the case anymore”.
While France is not yet at open war, the faithful of the Prophet are already grouped in areas governed by special rules (compulsory veil, anti-Semitism, marital life regulated according to the Qur'anic principles). “For fear of appearing 'Islamophobic' and to satisfy this burgeoning fringe of Muslims, the French governments are ready to accept the spread of radical practices throughout the country: the veil at school and at work, the obligation of halal meat in all the canteens”.
There will not be adherence of the entire country to Islam as in Michel Houellebecq's “Submission”, but simply the situation where a religious minority imposes its rules on large parts of it. “The expulsion of the extremists, elegantly called 'remigration', is impossible if we keep a democratic framework. Deporting the descendants of immigrants would be brutal and intolerable and it is enough to be convinced to look at the dreadful fate of the Rohingyas. A total separation, territorial and political, is impossible. No viable nation can be formed from multiple Muslim ghettos that have no geographical unity. The only solution that seems to me to suit the various trends of the current society would one territory, one government, but two peoples: the French with the usual laws and Muslims with a Qur'anic status. A council of ulemas will fix the religious law, but the autonomy will stop there. It is obviously out of the question that an embryonic Muslim government is settling in France. The idea would bring peace to France, break the excesses of Islam and preserve a democratic framework for 95% of the population”.
De Moliner's practical proposal is clearly utopian, but the very fact that in France writers and journalists are trying to imagine such solutions to the current state of the country gives you an idea of what is happening in Paris. It is in a panic. Muslim extremists and bandits took control of many no-go French areas, Jews are leaving their historic areas to regroup in more safe ones, the magazine Charlie Hebdo is suffering a new wave of mortal death threats, Emmanuel Macron just returned from a trip in Abu Dhabi and Ryadh where he praised Islam and the French foreign fighters are returning to their home country after the defeat of ISIS in Syria.
Everything is now returning to its proper place. Ready for a future Islamist explosion.

UK: Pakistani Doctor Who Blamed ‘Different Cultural Norms’ for Sexual Assault on Nurse Keeps His Job

Convicted sex offender Imran Rauf Qureshi will not be struck off for assaulting on a student nurse.

The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester ruled that the middle-aged doctor, who excused his behaviour as a “misjudgement” due to “the culture norms [being] different in the UK from Pakistan”, ruled that removing him from the Medical Register would not be in the public interest and handed him a short 12-month suspension instead, Mail Online reports.
This is despite the fact that the tribunal “concluded [Qureshi] showed a lack of empathy towards [the victim] and ignored her objections to your behaviour”, and accepted there was a “not insignificant risk of harm to another individual by a repetition of [his] behaviour.’Qureshi attacked his 21-year-old victim — known only as ‘Miss A.’ — at Trafford General Hospital in Davyhulme, Greater Manchester, after having first declined to perform his duties by retrieving some patients notes for her, saying: “I don’t want to get [them] yet, I want to spend some time with you.”
The married doctor later trapped her in the ward kitchen and “backed [her] into the corner”, according to Rebecca Vanstone, counsel for the General Medical Council (GMC).
“Miss A says she held her hand up to signal for him to move away and told him he was a disgrace. He asked for a hug and she refused but he did it anyway.
“Then he grabbed her right breast for a few seconds. Miss A. said he was laughing and trying to make light if the situation and then became aggressive and said that friends do what he was trying to do.
“Miss A. reported the incident about an hour later to a friend who told her to inform her mentor and she did so. The mentor describes the account given to her and said she appeared to be nervous, shaken up and distraught.”
Qureshi considered his Muslim victim “sexually available” because he knew she had boyfriends in the past.
He was convicted for the assault in Minshull Street Crown Court despite a Not Guilty plea, but was only given a 12-month community order, along with a £60 victim surcharge and an order to pay court costs of £750.

Study: German Populist AfD Party Polled Stronger in High Migration Areas Than Previously Thought

A new study has rejected the notion that the anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party only did well in homogenous-German neighborhoods, showing that the opposite was true and that the party polled strongly in high migration areas.

The study, which was carried out by the Jena Institute for Democracy and Civil Society and commissioned by the far-left Amadeu Antonio Foundation, shows that AfD voters come from a variety of backgrounds including affluent middle-class voters, Die Welt reports.
One of the biggest shocks for the researchers was that the data refuted many of the assumptions on what sort of people voted for the AfD in September’s national election. Many had assumed the average AfD voter was a low-income East German living in an area relatively unaffected by mass migration.
According to the data, the number of AfD voters per capita in high migrant areas is much larger than previously expected, though the researchers claim the information is too broad to make any direct conclusions.
The rise of the AfD on the federal level is also linked to the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) the authors of the study claim. They say that in areas where the NPD did well in 2013, the AfD also showed very strong results.
One example given is the Sächsische Schweiz/Osterzgebirge constituency where the NPD scored 5 percent in 2013 and the AfD scored 35.5 percent in September. In this year’s national election the far-right NPD scored only 0.4 percent of the vote.
The AfD also did well in areas with low voter turnouts in 2013 like the Bavarian town of Deggendorf which saw an abstention rate of 39.6 percent in 2013 and an AfD vote of 19.2 percent this year.
After the failure of the “Jamaica” coalition talks between Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), the libertarian Free Democrats (FDP) and the Greens, many suspect a new election could be on the horizon.
Recent polls show that the AfD is likely to gain as many as 19 or more seats in a new election while the CDU vote is projected to shrink.Another poll, taken before the official collapse of the negotiations, showed that a majority of Germans were positive on the idea of having new elections.

Germany: Creepy Activists Stalk AfD’s Björn Höcke

Self-proclaimed “performance artists” install what they claim is a copy of Berlin Holocaust Memorial vis-a-vis AfD politician Björn Höcke’s private house.
The “artwork” vis a vis Höcke’s house
Wednesday, left activists have erected what they claim is a local version of the Berlin Holocaust Memorial made of concrete stones (but is in fact, according to police, papier-mâché boxes) next to the private house of AfD politician Björn Höcke.
According to F.A.Z., the activists announced that they had covertly rented the property next to Höcke’s house almost a year ago, and that they had been monitoring and observing him 24/7 ever since. If Höcke would get on his knees before the memorial in Berlin, or before their “version”, they would cease to surveil him. As for now, according to Die Welt, they were looking for more staff to surveil him.
Björn Höcke became the hate figure of the mainstream media when in a speech in January 2016, he called the Berlin Holocaust Memorial a ‘Monument to Shame’. Even in their gleeful article today, Der Spiegel fail to mention that it was their very own founder Rudolf Augstein who coined that expression for the Memorial. The press also does not care that Höcke clarified that he wasn’t criticizing the memorial, but that he, in his words, “characterized the Holocaust — the genocide of Jews by Germans — as a disgrace for our people. And I said that we Germans installed a monument to this still unfathomable crime — this guilt — in the middle of Berlin.” (Down the Rabbit Hole With the AfD, Gates of Vienna, Feb. 23, 2017).
Interestingly, the leftist activists here aren’t ashamed of (ab)using the memory of this terrible crime in a cheesy mis en scene, for the very mundane aim to attack a politician they hate.
The activists call themselves “center for political beauty” and have been campaigning for years to bring in more refugees.
A look at the AfD’s results in the recent elections explains why Höcke in Thuringia, Thüringen (dark blue, in the center) is a main target, and not a prominent AfD figure from, say, Schleswig-Holstein (top):

Results of the German election per state in %

There have reportedly been brawls between ‘artists’, the owner of the property they rented, and the press in the afternoon. Police have, according to F.A.Z., announced that they are protecting Höcke’s house.

German coalition chaos set to WREAK HAVOC and deliver EU budget blow, says Brussels expert

EU expert Pieter Cleppe said Angela Merkel’s failure to form a coalition government will make it harder to implement Macron’s eurozone reforms. Mr Cleppe, who represents independent think tank Open Europe, said people should not expect eurozone reforms “anytime soon”. He also said the decision to reform the Eurozone is not sustainable and will “provoke anger”. Mr Cleppe said that policies such as Eurozone reform could be held back by the German coalition talks collapsing. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s efforts to create a coalition failed, as the three parties were unable to reach an agreement on key issues such as migration and finances. Mrs Merkel’s inability to form a coalition will likely lead to fresh elections, expected to be at the start of 2018, however, talks continue. Speaking to BBC News, Pieter Cleppe said: “With regards to the Eurozone, indeed a German caretaker government does not have the legitimacy to decide what French President Macron has suggested, which is basically to concentrate more money and power at a central level and to the Eurozone. “I think even if there is a German coalition government, even from the centre left, I don’t think they will be happy to just decide it like that. “There’s going to be more transfers in the Eurozone, it will most likely be because of the fact that they are back at the edge of a cliff again. That’s only when these decisions are being made. “You typically see that the countries that have to pay into the Eurozone are not happy to pay, and the countries that are obliged to accept the conditions to the payment are not happy either – which is why the politicians only begrudgingly decide them. “So don’t expect these big eurozone reforms to come anytime soon.” French President Emmanuel Macron proposed a shared budget for the 19 Eurozone countries as well as a finance minister, budget and parliament for the currency. Mr Macron demanded his European peers to get behind his EU reforms. But without Germany’s backing, his plans to transform the bloc could suffer. Politics expert Charles Lichfield also said areas like the Eurozone reform will be on hold until Germany knows what government it has.

Iraqi Politicians Consider Law Allowing Legal Marriage for Nine-Year-Old Girls

A draft law being considered by Iraq’s parliament to allow Muslim girls as young as nine to marry has stirred outrage among critics who view it as a licence “to rape children.”

Conservative Shiite deputies on October 31 proposed an amendment to a 1959 law that set the minimum age for marriage at 18. The proposal, an amendment to Iraq’s personal status law, would allow clerics of Muslim sects to govern marriage contracts.
This follows the belief of some religious sects in Iraq that the wife of Muhammad was aged nine. Therefore they say children of that age can marry, while others believe children can do so when they reach puberty.
The proposed marriage law is known as the Jaafari law, named after a Shia school of Islamic jurisprudence. It is so controversial that the United Nations in Iraq (Unami) has called for wider consultations and for women’s rights to be fully recognised and protected before it is allowed to proceed. Unami stated:
Women and girls in Iraq have suffered violations of their basic human rights and violence in armed conflict, in particular under the terrorist group Daesh. They aspire that the realization of their rights should be prioritized with a view to achieving equality with men. This requires a comprehensive understanding of legal and judicial remedies that sometimes hinder the realization of this equality. There is also a dire need for legal and institutional strategies to eliminate discrimination against women and girls.
U.S. State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert has strongly criticized the Iraqi parliament’s approval, in principle, of the draft law. Nauert likened the pending Iraqi legislation to the practices of the Islamic State.
This is not the first time a bill proposing child marriage has been presented for debate in Iraq.
As Breitbart News reported, a similar move was made in 2014. On that occasion, Justice Minister Hassan al-Shammari, a top government official, proposed the controversial law change.
That earlier, more extreme version of the bill, provoked an international outcry because it also restricted women’s rights in terms of divorce, parenting and inheritance.
Opposition to the current proposals has so far concentrated on their impact on child marriage.
A petition signed by activists from civil society organisations, gathered in Sulaymaniyah earlier this month, said:
This new bill to amend the personal status law will authorise religious men to enforce illegal marriages and force girls under 18 to live with their in-laws. This is a setback to the achievements Iraqi women made and struggled for half a century ago.
Humans Rights Watch said it was examining the amendment and would be issuing a statement about how far-reaching the law could be.
A final date for the vote on the proposal has yet to be set.
UNICEF has reported that the top five countries with the highest rates of child marriage are Niger (75%), Chad (72%), Mali (71%), Bangladesh (64%), and Guinea (63%). All five are Islamic-majority states.

Over a Thousand African Migrants Arrive in Italy Wednesday

Eleven rescue operations coordinated by the Italian Coast Guard brought some 1,100 African migrants to Italy Wednesday, including one woman who gave birth in a rubber boat.

The migrants had set out from the coast of Libya in 10 rubber boats and one small wooden vessel, but were intercepted and shuttled to Italy before they had gone far into the Strait of Sicily.
The rescue operations involved a coastguard vessel, an Italian Navy ship, the European Union Naval Force Mediterranean (EUNAVFOR Med), Frontex and several different NGOs.
The arrival of migrants into Italy has fallen in recent months, allegedly due to agreements between the Italian government and a former human trafficker as well as with the Libyan Coast Guard that have resulted in patrols to keep migrants from disembarking from North Africa.
According to the Italian daily, Corriere della Sera, Italy sent some 10 to 15 million euros to the Libyan government to stop people trafficking.
Last July, the leader of the conservative Northern League party, Matteo Salvini, tweeted that he would bring legal charges against the Italian government for “abetting illegal immigration” by offering a free shuttle service from Libya to the Italian peninsula.
Senator Roberto Calderoli, also of the League, echoed Salvini’s concerns and accused Italy’s leaders of intentionally encouraging illegal immigration.
“Why did vessels from our Coast Guard, Frontex, of EUNAVFOR Med and the usual NGOs conduct operations off the coast of Libya and then take immigrants to Italian ports rather than to Tunisia or Malta?” he asked.
“Simply because we want immigrants to come here,” he said.
The latest wave of migrant arrivals arrived just after news reports suggested that Italy’s deal with Libya to control migrant flows might hurt re-election chances of the ruling Democratic party. While popular with the Italian public, the deal has drawn opposition from the United Nations, human rights groups and Italian leftists.
Some 114,600 migrants have landed on Italian shores so far this year, a figure that is down 32 percent year on year.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

German President to Discuss Coalition with Right Wing Populist AfD Party

German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will discuss the possibility of forming a coalition government with the Eurosceptic, right-wing, populist Alternative for Germany (AfD), the nation’s third-largest political party.

Mr. Steinmeier is planning to meet this week with leaders of various parties “who may have sufficient programmatic intersections to form a government”, including the AfD, a spokesman told Der Spiegel.
The development comes the day after the leader of the AfD’s parliamentary group, Alice Weidel, accused the president of an “undemocratic exclusion” of her party from the coalition talks.

In recent federal elections, the AfD came third with around 12 per cent of the vote, winning them 94 seats in the legislature.Meanwhile, Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and sister Christian Social Union (CSU) parties suffered their worst election result since 1949.
Their former coalition partner, the Social Democrats (SDP), also had their worst post-war election performance and announced they would quit the “grand coalition” and go into opposition.
Mrs. Merkel has since failed to form a government with the other small parties, including the libertarian Free Democrats and the Green Party, with ideological differences proving too great.
Two weeks ago, Senior CDU politician and current Schleswig-Holstein Minister President Daniel Günther said conceding more ground to the far-left Greens on migrant issues would help fuel the continued rise of “extremism”, in a derogatory reference to the AfD.
On Monday, Mrs. Merkel appeared to give up and said she was “very sceptical” about running a minority government and hinted at fresh elections, just days after a poll showeda strong majority of German voters, 68 per cent, favour a second vote.
AfD leaders, meanwhile, have repeatedly said they will resist working with Mrs. Merkel and her party, with one of their two leading candidates, Alexander Gauland, saying they will “hunt” and hold the chancellor to account this September.
“Dear friends, now that we’re obviously the third biggest power… the government has to buckle up. We will hunt them. We will hunt [Mrs. Merkel]… and we will reclaim our country and our people,” he blasted before cheering supporters in Berlin.

Migrant Crisis-Hit Italy Sees Half of Citizens ‘Feel Like Strangers in Their Own Country’

People across the West increasingly feel like they are “strangers” in their home countries, with Italy leading the pack.

Ipsos Mori research, cited by Chatham House fellow Matthew Goodwin, notes that some 49 per cent of Italians — who have borne the brunt of the migrant crisis recently — agree with the statement: “These days I feel like a stranger in my country.”
Since an expensive and not always entirely effective deal between the European Union and Turkey brought the so-called Eastern Mediterranean Route into Greece under some semblance of control, Italy found itself becoming ground zero for the migrant crisis.Tens of thousands of boat-borne illegal migrants  — transported by people-smugglers linked to terror groups and organised crime, aided and abetted by EU and EU member-state ships, as well as so-called “rescue” ships operated by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) — began travelling to Italy.
Initial landfall is often made on islands such as Lampedusa and Sicily before onward travel to the mainland and northern Europe. The former is reportedly in a state of near collapse, while the latter has seen ultra-violent heroin and prostitution gangs taking an increasingly tight grip on its nightlife.
Research in September 2017 found that seven Italians in 10 think the country has too many migrants, while recent regional elections in Sicily saw eurosceptic-leaning, populist parties oust the establishment Democratic Party with a huge majority.
The U.S., which absorbed roughly 300,000 to 400,000 illegal migrants a year under the Barack Obama administration, according to Centre for Immigration Studies estimates, was not far behind in Italy, with 45 per cent agreeing that they now feel like strangers.
Belgium, the seat of many of the European Union’s major institutions and power bases, was next on the list, at 44 per cent. The national capital of Brussels — which is often regarded as the capital of the European Union as well — is home to infamous Islamist enclave of Molenbeek, a popular bolthole for terrorists which often finds itself under something resembling military occupation.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the countries on the bottom of Goodwin’s list with the lowest number of people who feel like strangers in their homelands are Israel, on 20 per cent, and Japan, on 14 per cent.
Both maintain a robust sense of national identity, strong border controls, and are strict about who they admit and who meets their standards for naturalisation.

Soros-Linked NGO Demands EU Accept 540,000 Migrants From ‘Poor Countries’

European Union (EU) nations should take more than half a million refugees currently living in third world camps, according to an open borders NGO with close links to globalist billionaire George Soros.

In an interview with EUobserver on Monday, Chairman of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) David Miliband said Europe has two choices: accept massive illegal immigration, or create routes enabling the world’s poorest people to migrate legally.
The former British foreign secretary announced he is pressing Brussels to resettle 540,000 refugees in Europe over five years, a number far larger than the 50,000 migrants the European Commission announced in September is to be delivered to EU nations from Africa over the next two years.
“The point is that the vast bulk of refugees are in poor countries, not in European countries,” he said, noting that most are living in camps close to their homelands.
Speaking at a Guardian Live event promoting his new book on Sunday, Miliband told the audience: “We rescue refugees, we rescue ourselves.
“Either [Europe] stands up for its values and its place in the multilateral system or it sees the system whither around her,” he said.
The IRC chief’s intervention into the debate over third world migration to Europe comes as left-wing political donor George Soros accused the Hungarian government of lying about him in its national consultation on immigration.
“The statements … contain distortions and outright lies that deliberately mislead Hungarians about George Soros’s views on migrants and refugees,” said a statement issued by the billionaire financier’s Open Society Foundations.
Hungary’s assertion that Soros wants Brussels to resettle at least one million immigrants per year onto European Union territory was marked “false”, in the statement, which pointed to an op-ed penned by the arch-globalist last year, which said the EU should make a “commitment to admit even a mere 300,000 refugees annually”.
But this fails to take into account the vast amount of money spent by Soros on NGOs and other organisations working to promote open borders for Europe, and helping migrants reach the continent.
The IRC is one such organisation, not only receiving funding from the Open Society Foundations, but was also selected by Soros as one of the bodies working to “create principles” guiding the Hungarian billionaire’s $500 million “investment” in migrant-related initiatives that he announced last year.
As Breitbart London reported in September, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán denounced the mass migration agenda aggressively pushed by Soros’s “Open Society” network as a means to eradicate Europe’s cultures and Christian identity.
“The Soros network has an extensive sphere of influence within the European Parliament and other EU bodies,” Orbán said, stating that the network aims “to build a Europe of mixed population and to condemn the Hungarian government for opposing their view on migration”.
Earlier that month, Soros transferred $18 billion to his Open Society Foundations to ensure his activism  — which, as well as seeking to tear down borders in Western nations, also aims to disempower police and “mobilise” ethnic minorities against the interests of indigenous Europeans  — continues after the 87-year-old’s death.

Migrants Paying People Smugglers for Luxury ‘All-Inclusive’ Travel to Spain

People smugglers in Morocco are now offering African migrants an “all-inclusive” smuggling package which includes a flight to Casablanca and passage to Spain.

Despite the slowdown of the Libyan migrant route, people smugglers have continued to operate their businesses by switching to different migrant routes. Now, according to a migrant from Cameroon, they are offering “all-inclusive” luxury smuggling packages to get migrants into Europe from Morocco. Die Welt reports.
Cameroonian Patou Sedrick, 32, a migrant who now works with migrants in Tangier, said that smugglers charge 4,500 euros to West African migrants for their “luxury package”. The deal involved a flight to Casablanca, private accommodation, and a trip to the Spanish mainland.“As soon as the refugees have arrived on the Iberian peninsula, they will give notice at home and the money will be paid,” Sedrick said.
“Think about it, with several hundreds of refugees you can earn more than a million euros in one day,” Sedrick added and noted that with that amount of capital it was easy for the smugglers to bribe officials.
“It’s really unbelievable, these many refugee boats have not existed for a long time,” he said adding: “They leave from all parts of the Moroccan coast.”
Experts believe that the scale of the human trafficking operations must be operated by international mafia groups. They single out Guinea as a particular hub for organised criminals who import drugs from South America and smuggle them to Europe.
So far this year, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that 18,000 migrants have arrived in Spain. While many have flooded into the North African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, an increasing number have made the sea crossing to the Spanish mainland.
In August, authorities picked up 600 migrants off the coast of Spain in one 24-hour period alone.  In other incident, migrants were caught on film storming a beach packed with tourists on the coastal city of Cádiz.

White Candidates Banned from Applying for Job at BBC, Where Ethnic Minorities Already Over-Represented

A job advert offering “an exceptional and unique opportunity to train as a broadcast journalist” at the BBC says it is only open to non-white applicants.

Posted to the jobs section of w4mp  — the Westminster political, media, and lobbying jobs portal  — on Tuesday, the advert states plainly that the year-long, paid internship at the BBC World Service is “only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background”.
The advert was placed by Creative Access, a registered charity which  — as previously reported by Breitbart London  — offers highly desirable, paid internships at top media companies, from which white people are excluded from applying.

“We help young people, from under-represented communities throughout the UK, to access creative careers,” says the organisation on its website. “Our vision is that in the longer term, our interns will progress to management positions, and in turn bring in others from under-represented communities in alongside them.”
Far from being underrepresented, the BBC’s Equality Information Report for 2017 showed that black and minority ethnic (BME) people make up 14.5 per cent of the corporation’s workforce, while comprising less than 13 per cent of Britain’s population at the 2011 census.
While the BBC claims the drive for greater diversity is to ensure its workforce “reflects the UK”, the company has committed to engineering “a workforce at least as diverse, if not more so, than any other in the industry”.
To this end, it promised that by 2020 at least 15 per cent of its staff will be non-white, and that eight per cent will be LGBT, while the latest ONS data shows around four per cent of people in Britain identify as LGBT.
Under the Equality Act 2010, it became lawful for employers to engage in “positive action”, which Citizens Advice describes as taking “steps to help certain disadvantaged groups access employment or training”.
The law enables companies to assist “people with a particular protected characteristic overcome their disadvantage – for example, by offering internships or placements … [or] by reserving places on a training course”, according to the website.
Situations in which Citizens Advice says employers are allowed to take positive action are if a group is “disadvantaged in some way in relation to work”, if their “participation in employment or training is particularly low”, or if people in the group have “particular needs which are different from other people who don’t share their protected characteristic.”
It is unclear which of these boxes, if any, offering internships at the BBC only to non-whites ticks.
Announcing it was handing £4 million of taxpayers’ money to Creative Access in 2014, the government said that some of the sum will fund training bursaries for “traditionally underrepresented employees and freelancers working in the creative industries including black, Asian and minority ethnic groups”.
How “traditionally underrepresented” is defined, in a country where mass immigration from the third world is a very new phenomenon, was not made clear.
Breitbart London approached the BBC for comment, but they had not chosen to reply at the time of publication.

6 Syrian Refugees Busted in German Christmas Terror

Open borders will kill you. It's just a matter of time. And a matter of migrants.
Meanwhile Muslim migrants in Germany have once again targeted a Christmas event. And yes, they're those precious Syrian refugees who make lefty bleeding hearts go pitter patter.
German police have arrested six alleged ISIS plotters amid fears they were planning an attack on a Christmas market on the anniversary of last year's atrocity in Berlin.
The Syrian men were arrested during raids involving 500 officers in the towns of Kassel, Hannover, Essen and Leipzig.
Prosecutors say they were plotting a co-ordinated attack using 'weapons and explosives'.
On the same date last year, Tunisian ISIS fanatic Anis Amri hijacked a truck to murder 12 revellers at the packed Breitscheidplatz Christmas market. 

And numbers, in Islamic terror, tend not to be a coincidence.
The six suspects were identified as Syrian citizens aged between 20 and 28 who arrived in Germany as asylum-seekers between December 2014 and September 2015. Their names were withheld under strict German privacy laws.

Danke schoen, Frau Merkel.
Christmas markets have been a special target of Muslim terrorists.
On the 5th of December, a 12-year-old Iraqi boy planted a nail bomb in a Christmas market in Ludwigshafen. The Muslim boy left the nail bomb in a marketplace filled with jolly plastic Santas bearing knapsacks of presents and booths full of chocolates built like cottages covered with twinkling lights. Inside was his Christmas present to the little boys and girls of this German city, a glass jar filled with powder and surrounded by nails. Islamic terror had come like a bitterly cold wind from Iraq to Ludwigshafen.
The aspiring Muslim serial killer has already become known as the “Kindergarten bomber.”
Now a truck smashed into the Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church crushing shoppers into a stand selling mulled wine. Visitors to the nearby Berlin Zoo picking out Christmas gifts or treating themselves to hot chocolate fled from the murderous carnage. Red fluid flowed through the market and the terrified crowds could not tell whether it was spilled wine or the blood of the dead.
This latest Muslim Christmas present took the lives of twelve men and women who might have otherwise picked up some eggnog or a stuffed reindeer. It injured dozens more who went from munching waffles one moment to watching a truck barrel at them through the Christmas market in another. Its back wheel stopped against a market stand boasting of the Magic of Christmas.
They only to get it right once. We have to get it right every time or this happens. Either that or we start rethinking open borders.

Armed Police to Escort Joggers in Swedish City for Protection

Residents of the Swedish city of Oskarshamn will now have the option to be accompanied by armed police officers while out jogging.

Oskarshamn police inspector Peter Karlsson said the programme was designed to ease the insecurities of those who wish to go jogging after dark. Karlsson, who came up with the idea for the programme, said police would form jogging groups and all those who were interested in joining the officers were welcome, SVT reports.
“We will adjust the pace entirely to those who come,” Karlsson said, noting the officers would jog as well as walk with residents who wanted to join.
Karlsson said that he had heard of many residents feeling insecure in the city: “It does not happen so much here, but people are influenced by events around the world and feel unsafe when it’s dark.”The police inspector’s comments mirror a report from 2016 which stated that close to half of women in Sweden felt “very unsafe” at night alone in Swedish cities. According to the report, conducted by newspaper Aftonbladet, a further 43 per cent felt uncomfortable in Swedish cities even in the daytime.
The issue is particularly bad in troubled heavily migrant-populated suburbs which are often labelled no-go zones. A survey conducted by the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) claimed that around half of the residents of problem areas were too afraid to leave their homes in the evenings.
Brå has expressed support for Karlsson’s jogging programme, as has the municipal government in Oskarshamn.
Karlsson said the officers will be carrying handcuffs as well as weapons as they jog with residents. “We have tried and found a vest that we can fix the equipment to and that works to run in,” he said.
As Sweden’s violent crime rate has increasingly become the centre of national attention, more and more unorthodox solutions to the problems have been proposed. Last month, members of the Moderate Party even proposed deploying the military in no-go areas to aid police.

Migrant Taxi Driver Who Raped Teen Claimed in Court Welsh Victim Was a Prostitute

A Bangladeshi migrant accused of raping a drunk 17-year-old after he picked her up in his taxi is a “sexual predator”, a court has heard.

Katar Shahin was sentenced at Swansea Crown Court to 10 years in prison for raping the drunk teenager, whom the taxi driver “targeted” for assault after noticing her heavily under the influence of alcohol, according to the judge.
Jurors heard that, in the early hours of June 4, he spotted the girl walking in Swansea’s city centre  — where she had consumed alcohol, cannabis, and a sleeping tablet on a night out with friends  — and pulled up beside her in his taxi, asking if she needed a ride.
When the teenager, who stated during the trial that she only got into the vehicle because she believed taxis are all fitted with CCTV for passengers’ safety, told Shahin she had no money, he said he would give her a lift for free.Instead, the 40-year-old drove first to McDonald’s, where he bought the girl a drink, and food for himself, and then to his house, where he told the teenager he needed to make a quick stop before driving her home.
Shahid insisted he could not leave the girl alone in his taxi, so she agreed to go into the house with him, where he then proceeded to try and ply her with alcohol, the court heard.
When she refused, the Bangladeshi tried to kiss and fondle the 17-year-old, who resisted his advances but passed out after feeling drowsy as a result of her intoxication.
The next thing the girl remembered, she said at trial, was waking up naked and seeing a used condom on the floor, before Shahin dropped her off outside a pub in Swansea.
She contacted police the following day, telling them she feared the taxi driver could have raped her, but that she was not sure.
After a police search of Shahin’s house turned up a used condom, the married migrant claimed he had masturbated into it after driving the girl home.
However, with tests revealing the victim’s DNA on the condom, Shahin then changed his story, alleging that the teenager was a prostitute whom he paid £20 for sex.
Judge Geraint Walters described this claim as a “scandalous assertion which the jury found to be a complete lie”.
He told the court: “It seems to me you probably picked-up this girl because you observed she appeared to be heavily under the influence of alcohol – to an extent she was targeted.
“By the time you drove to McDonald’s that night you had decided to see if you could have sex with her. By the time you raped her, you knew she was under the influence of alcohol and drugs.”
Defending Shahin, barrister Robin Rouch said there had been no concerns over his client’s behaviour prior to the rape, adding that the immigrant had been in employment since arriving in Britain from Bangladesh, where he regularly sends money to support his wife and family.

U.S. State Dept Puts $700,000 into Hungarian Media, Demands ‘Programming’ Against Orban, Patriots

The U.S. State Department has courted controversy by announcing it will plough $700,000 into Hungarian media, angering the country’s anti-globalist, conservative government.

The funding was announced by U.S. Chargé d‘Affaires David Kostelancik, who has previously appeared to openly criticise the Trump administration by alluding to “apparent inconsistencies in [U.S.] foreign policy” and remarking that “not every criticism of the government is ‘fake news’.”
Breitbart London spoke to a State Department official who confirmed it supports what it calls “democracy and human rights programming” in many countries, and that its intentions in Hungary — a NATO ally — are to “support media outlets operating outside the capital … to produce fact-based reporting and increase their audience and economic sustainability”.
The State Department also echoed Kostelancik’s claim that too many Hungarian news outlets are sympathetic to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s popular conservative government — which has earned powerful enemies by opposing the European Union on mass migration, building a highly effective border wall, and exposing the network of European politicians deemed “reliable allies” by billionaire open borders campaigner George Soros.
The obvious subtext to all of this is that the State Department funding effort is intended to bolster anti-government and opposition media. This suggests it is still pursuing Obama era, anti-conservative policy objectives internationally in defiance of President Trump, who has praised Prime Minister Orbán — the first European leader to back him — as “strong and brave”.

The Hungarian leader has maintained a position of strong opposition to “globalist elites, the bureaucrats who serve them, the politicians in their pay, and the agents of the Soros-type networks that embody their interests” despite fierce opposition from Brussels, pro-mass immigration NGOs, and left-liberal U.S. media, believing he is standing up for a “silent majority” of hard-pressed families across the West, who wish to preserve their Christian heritage and national identity.
Hungary says U.S. State Dept's decision to pump $700k into rural (opposition?) radio ahead of an election year is interference.

1. Is this a @realDonaldTrump-approved use of American taxes?
2. Can you imagine the establishment heart attack if Russia pumped 700k into U.S. radio? 
For its part, the Hungarian government has denounced the State Department for what it regards as blatant interference in its internal affairs ahead of national elections in Spring 2018.
“What is this if not an intervention in the election campaign and the domestic politics of Hungary? Which Washington office can judge the applications of media organisations from a Hungarian county and what kind of balanced service they would like to offer?” asked Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó, who said it was shocking that American taxpayers’ money was being used to — to quote the State Department — “educate journalists on how to practice their trade” in an allied democracy.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has summoned the U.S. Chargé d‘Affaires, asking for an explanation, and told him that we consider this a political intervention by the U.S. Department of State ahead of the elections,” a spokesman added.
That moment when a US diplomat wonders if there's press freedom in Hungary & RTL Klub producer has the answer. BLOG: 
The Hungarians have also robustly rejected the State Department’s accusations that there is no press freedom in their country.
For example, Prime Minister Orbán’s Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy, Dr. Zoltán Kovács, has highlighted the following exchange between journalists at Hungarian outlets 168óra and RTL Klub — neither of which “would ever be described as linked to the Orbán Government”, in his estimation:
168óra: Is there press freedom in Hungary?
Péter Kolosi: There is. If there weren’t, then there wouldn’t be an RTL Klub either.
Dr. Kovács then questioned whether Kostelancik — who is not the U.S. ambassador to Hungary, but only fulfilling that role temporarily while the Obama appointee he formerly served is in the process of being replaced — has any mandate to be attacking Hungary’s media landscape in the first place.
He also took the Chargé d‘Affaires to task for praising journalists of the “Communist old guard” who attended his speech for supposedly “striving to speak the truth” — a scene the Hungarian described as “stomach-turning”, given their history of collaboration with the Soviet-backed dictatorship.
Prime Minister Orbán, who opposed the Leftist regime at some personal risk as a younger man, has often chided Western leaders — and the European Union in particular — of “making excuses for the crimes of Communism”, and worked to make sure its victims are given due attention since his election.
Dr Kovács went on the publish a more extensive response to Kostelancik and the State Department, in which he lamented their actions as “astonishing and disappointing coming from an ally”.
Beyond the “clear interference in the domestic affairs of an ally”, he noted that “the media in the U.S. has its own issues. Criticisms related to concentration of media ownership, commercial relationships, and mainstream media bias – Harvey Weinstein, anyone? — are now the stuff of everyday in the U.S.”
He concluded by observing that one of Geroge Soros’s many so-called civil society organisations launched a media training operation in Hungary around the same time as Kostalencik announced the State Department funding scheme — leaving some suspicious as to who the “partner” the State Department intends to select to deliver its programme might turn out to be.
Hungary is in the midst of a fierce struggle with Soros and his EU backers over its opposition to his plan for the migrant crisis.
Hungary believes that the EU is implementing this plan on behalf of the convicted insider trader through the compulsory redistribution of migrants by a system quotas, among other measures, and is currently conducting a national consultation on it to demonstrate that its opposition to the plan has widespread public support.
“Let’s speak to the point. Migration is not the goal of the Soros Plan, but merely its means,” Prime Minister Orbán observed in a November 12th speech.
“Millions of people in Africa and the Middle East are being encouraged to come to Europe; indeed they are even being transported here, in order to debilitate nations and deliver thecoup de grâce to Christian culture.”
The Hungarian premier believes that this process of undermining nation-states, revealedas a globalist imperative by United Nations migration chief Peter Sutherland in 2012, forms part of a wider plan by EU elites “to replace an alliance of nations with a federation of states” — a United States of Europe.
“This is the only logical explanation for millions of people being transported to Europe from other cultures – as there must be some sort of explanation for why this is happening now. We cannot consider this to be an accident,” he added.
“Europe [could] defend its borders if it wanted to … what is lacking is not the ability to do so, but the will. And this lack of will is not unintentional, but the consequence of a definite underlying attitude that, in a United States of Europe, nations and their Christian character are more of a drawback than a benefit.”