1. Anyone able to translate Bulgarian?
This is a video of a man who detained illegal Muslim invaders to Bulgaria from Afghanistan, and told them to leave. He is on trial for enforcing the law against those who are clearly breaking it. The topsy Turvey world of the CVE indeed.
2. Really good 2015 video on the effects of Islamic immigration on Sweden. This is well done and worth the time. Article on related materials at The Rebel here.
(I don’t like Islam either. That is why)
4. In Norwegian schools they appear to teach indigenous Norwegians how to properly bleed
Description at Youtube:
A Norwegian student at a school in Trondheim gets lured into the school gym-area and then brutally beaten for no reason. All the attackers are foreigners from the school. The Norwegian student gets a broken nose and concussion from the beating. The school wants to stop the video coming out and Norwegian media are not willing to tell their readers about the fact that the perpetrators are non-white and the victim is a Norwegian student. Frieord is one of very few newssites that gives you the whole truth. Click “In English” on the article for translation. https://www.frieord.no/eksklusivt/nor…
(I have an idea. Lets disarm the citizens and then bring in hundreds of thousands of large violent clannish people who hate us. Or we could do it the other way round. Here is a funny version of the same video from an official news source where faces are heavily pixelated to protect the guilty)
(I guess these particular immigrant gangs are not the ones supplying drugs for resale to the MAFIA. Because I can’t see the mob fighting them anymore than I can imagine criminal motorcycle gangs in North America fighting Hezb’allah and the other Muslim terrorist groups who supply them their livelihood in the form of illegal goods)
Mafia bosses have ‘declared war’ against migrants on the holiday paradise of Sicily as one thousand new arrivals pour on to the island every day.
The feared Cosa Nostra are desperate to maintain supremacy after African crime gangs arrived with the migrants – and they are engaged in a deadly turf war.
An innocent Gambian man was shot through the head by an assassin in broad daylight sparking fears of a wider bloodbath.
Mayor Leoluca Orlando told MailOnline: ‘Palermo is no longer an Italian town. It is no longer European. You can walk in the city and feel like you’re in Istanbul or Beirut.’
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(Orban should be a hero to the civilized world)
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban is touring Europe outlining a new migration plan
The country’s prime minister Viktor Orban is also angry at mandatory migrant quotas enforced by the European Union.
He is now touring Europe’s capital cities, where he is rallying support for a new plan with greater protection for individual states, dubbed “Schengen 2.0.”
Currently, EU countries are forced to comply with orders from Brussels to accept and settle a specified number of migrants.
Orban has described these quotas as “wrong-headed” and is now leading a group of other countries determined to re-take control of their borders.
7. Students’ threat to leave union over new leader’s link to extremists: Oxford leading revolt against NUS president who supported a Taliban fighter and campaigned to scupper campus counter-terror measures
Leading universities are threatening to cut ties with the national students’ body after a key figure in a campaign to sabotage counter-terrorism measures in higher education was appointed its president, it was reported last night.
Students at the University of Oxford had declared that they would seek to vote to disaffiliate from the National Union of Students (NUS) as they felt it no longer spoke for them following the appointment of Malia Bouattia, The Times reported.
Students from the University of Cambridge have allegedly said they will also request a referendum on their membership.
It was also claimed students are planning campaigns to cut ties with the NUS at the universities of Durham, Edinburgh, York, Westminster, Aberystwyth and London South Bank, as well as the London School of Economics and King’s College London.
Thank you Tasha Car, Gates of Vienna, M., Rebel Staff, Sunshine, Johnny U., Buck, Xanthippa and all who sent in materials. A lot more to come.