1. Iraqi refugees in Finland are 70% “tourists”. (Actually this would be a bad description. Tourists spend money and help local economies. These people are middle class Iraqis who come to steal welfare resources under false presences)
Tommy Robinson, the ex-leader of the English Defence League (EDL), has been barred from speaking at Durham University. Mr Robinson was planning to talk about free speech and “political policing,” which he alleges has now been used to silence him.
On the 15th of this month, Napat Rungsrithananon, President of the Durham Union Society messaged Mr Robinson to say:
“It is with deep regret that the Standing Committee – the executive body of the Durham Union Society – have voted to withdraw an invitation to you in light of the speech you gave at Holland.”
Also, on the 27th of August, they e-mailed Mr Robinson asking him to “quiet down” about the talk, with Rungsrithananon claiming: “Things are getting difficult on our side” because they were “deal[ing] with security issues which could potentially get out of hand if the event is publicized.”
(Heads up to Breitbart and all of us. Calling something politically correct is now called a micro-agression and soon will be banned for being politically incorrect)
3. Black lives matter threaten police during march under police escort.
4. Hundreds of migrants wait at Slovenia-Austria border
(If the high tech mylar blankets don’t work, why is everyone wearing one? If they do not like having to wait to get what they want, why did they go without permission and using subterfuge?)
5. On the massive Benghazi lies
6. Hillary let the attack happen to preserve the illusion that Libya was under control
Giuliani: Hillary Clinton is either incompetent or lying
WASHINGTON — FBI Director James Comey said Friday that federal authorities have an estimated 900 active investigations pending against suspected Islamic State-inspired operatives across the country.
In a speech to intelligence officials, Comey said that the number of inquiries is “slowly climbing” as ISIL has sought to expand their reach into the U.S., targeting largely young, disaffected potential operatives through a provocative social media campaign.
Comey has previously discussed the national scope of U.S.-based ISIL inquiries. But rarely has there been a public reference to a number of such investigations.
8. US cannot vet alleged Syrian refugees
German police arrested the right-wing extremists on Wednesday evening in a series of raids on 12 locations, according to Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann. They also seized several kilograms of fireworks from them.
During a visit to a refugee shelter in the southern German city of Bamberg , the country’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said the initial evidence indicated that the security officials “might have prevented attacks or other crimes” against migrants.
Anti-immigrant groups have planned a demonstration in front of a migrant shelter in Bamberg later this month, but the authorities say they are seeking to ban the event.
Thank you Tundra T., M., Richard and all. And more to come including more from Czech news which is quite interesting, much like the one posted in the middle of the night about the attack on a Czech MP by anti-fa and then it was claimed the attack was by PEGIDA, when the Czech MP actually spoke at the PEGIDA event,
After a conversation this morning with Ken at Tundra Tabloids about what its like to live in a small country right next to Russia a thought occurred to me that one might ask any supporter of communism one may meet.
When is the last time you saw an old Mercedes on the road?
When is the last time you saw an old Lada?
More to come.