1. Denmark does U turn on ‘multiculturalism’
2. Germany greets new Caliph
The German government rolls out the red carpet for Turkish President Recep Tayyip #Erdogan. The start: A morning reception with full military honours by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. pic.twitter.com/Gv8xWm4Rqg
— DW Politics (@dw_politics) September 28, 2018
Ahead of the informal summit in Salzburg, Swedish leader Stefan Löfven angrily insisted he will argue for mandatory asylum seeker quotas, reportedly showing “anger” at current EU Presidency chair Austria’s declaring the policy dead.
“I will continue to pursue the issue of compelling countries to accept a quota of refugees coming to Europe because all countries have a responsibility to receive asylum seekers,” Sweden’s prime minister toldAftonbladet.
Responding to the suggestion that this would be pointless, as the newspaper pointed out resistance to mandatory migrant quotas has been “growing rather than subsiding” — not only in Hungary but now across other countries in Europe — Löfven insisted that the arguments for forcing third world migrants on unwilling nations were as strong as ever.
4. France looks like a nice place to visit these days.
(Our French translator’s best guess, is this is ANTIFA attacking someone.)
5. Here is a live stream of the Senate committee last day on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Lindsay Graham was fantastic in this video, which you should be able to rewind and watch near the start.
(Let this put to rest any notion that the Democrats actually want a better, more Constitutional USA. This is a clear statement on what they are willing to do for power, which means almost certainly that if they achieve power, the transformation they will cause will make their own tactics a death penalty offence. History shows this is generally the case.)
United Nations (United States) (AFP) – The US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, on Thursday joined Venezuelan protesters outside the world body headquarters and called for the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro.
Haley’s embrace of demonstrators was highly unusual for a diplomat from a major power at the staid United Nations and came a day after President Donald Trump hinted at military options against Maduro’s leftist government.
“We are going to fight for Venezuela and we are going to continue doing it until Maduro is gone!” Haley shouted from a megaphone.
“We need your voices to be loud and I will tell you, the US voice is going to be loud,” she said.
Thank you, MissPiggy, M., Richard, EB., Wrath of Khan, and ALL who sent in materials.
This is shaping up to be a fall of change. Let is be also a change where the left falls.