Migrants from the Middle East, hitting a night club in the Murmansk region, started harassing the Russian young women, and realized too late that they were not in the EU.Though the police authorities have no wish to talk about it, in effect denying mass injuries to a group of migrants, all the same, local social network users are happy to share their commentaries on the incident.Later on, the media were reporting that Norway expelled about 50 Middle Eastern and Afghanistan migrants for “bad behavior” back into Russia. Once there, the refugees decided to go out for some fun at the local “Gandvik” discotheque, and oblivious of where they were, decided to mash the Russian girls.The problem came down to the fact that in Murmansk, there just isn’t the tolerance of enlightened Europe. Judging from the comments of local social network users, they tried to run away and hide, even in the private sector, but they were found and “educated.” If entire squadrons of police hadn’t arrived, the situation would have gotten really bad, especially in view of the frosts of Murmansk.
The Philippine Congress ended its last regular session of its term Wednesday without passing a Muslim autonomy bill that aims to peacefully settle a decades-long Muslim rebellion in the south, sparking concerns the setback may ignite new fighting.
Lawmakers had until Wednesday to deliberate on the bill before they start a three-month break at the end of the week. The long-delayed legislation is at the heart of a peace deal signed by the largest Muslim rebel group and the government of President Benigno Aquino III, whose term ends in June.
The killing of 44 police commandos in fighting that involved some guerrillas from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front early last year scuttled the early passage of the Muslim autonomy bill outlined in the 2014 peace deal. The separatist conflict has left 150,000 people dead and stunted development in the country’s poorest region.
Japan on Wednesday condemned Pyongyang’s plan to launch a space rocket, calling it a thinly disguised test of a long-distance ballistic missile.
The government ordered Aegis ballistic missile defense warships of the Maritime Self-Defense Force and land-based Patriot PAC-3 rocket units to respond should projections show components falling in Japanese territory.
“This will effectively mean the firing of a ballistic missile. It would be a clear violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions and a grave, provocative act against the security of our country,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told a Lower House session Wednesday.
“Japan, in cooperation with the United States and South Korea, will strongly urge North Korea to refrain from (conducting) the launch,” Abe said.
On Tuesday night, North Korea notified the International Maritime Organization that it plans to send a “satellite” into orbit between Feb. 8 and 25. It said the launch will take place on one of those days between 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Japan time.
Six French youth activists have been fined 500 euros each after they displaying a banner requesting the French government expel Islamists from the country.
The incident, which occurred in August of last year saw the activists belonging to the Identitarians hold a banner over Arras train station that read “expel Islamists” after they had scaled the building. The members held up smoke sticks and their signature Lambda flags until police and firefighters were called in to remove them.
French state-owned SNCF railway company brought about the charges which the Identitarian lawyer Jerome Triomphe tried to have dropped. The judge sided with SNCF and brought about charges which some activists plead guilty to and some did not. The activists who plead not guilty were brought before the court in January with the judges decision having just been made on the 2nd of February.
(Because in a free society one must never advocate any policy that is not 100% complimentary to the government’s own)
(There were various IS congressional hearings today on the issue of Trudeaupian policies representing a potential threat to US security. Some of those clips I hope to have at some point today)
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has stated that under half of Europe’s migrant influx comes from war-torn Syria, pointing out that many of them are economic migrants who should be sent home.
With well over a million people expected to reach Europe in 2016 as part of the ongoing migrant crisis, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond used the occasion of a visit to the Al Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan (pictured) to warn that most migrants are not fleeing the brutality of the Syrian civil war.
He said that in fact most of the incomers from the Middle East are economic migrants “from across a wide range of countries” who should be returned back to their homes, reports the Daily Mail.
Thank you Maria J., M., Wrath of Khan, Nicolai Sennels, Richard, Buck, and many more. Its gonna be a busy day. More to come.
One of my mot strident objections to contemporary policy formulation is the abandnment of prevention and the emphasis on restrictive and anti freedom laws to control a population once you let in all the people who want to destroy you. What I tend to call, the ‘Kindergarten solution’ where everyone has to stand nose to the wall till the kid with the gum is outed. Here is yet another example in a cascade of examples of how governments are creating totalitarian states which has minimal to no effect on preventing terror but makes it pretty much impossible for the socially positive and law abiding to have any kind of disagreement with government policy. Limiting cash transactions is most certainly an overreach by a state claiming to be of a free people and we should be confident that terrorists and organized crime will have lots of work arounds for it anyway.