More Threats Of Ramadan Violence From Islamic State:
With Ramadan just a little more than halfway over, the current totals of casualties are absolutely astonishing. According to Breitbart, the totals for 2017 are sitting at 1,086 murders and 1,126 injuries. That's up from 2016's 421 deaths and 729 injuries, making 2017 the bloodiest Ramadan in modern history.
“The open-border situation in Europe is compounding the problem. It [hinders the effort] of trying to keep track of people who identify as terrorists or having terrorist leanings.”
The Problem Of Mass Migration & Refugees In Europe:
Today, one of the most comprehensive articles on mass immigration came out from the Agence France-Presse that details the facts and figures of the migrant crisis that Europe is facing.
The article states that the origin of most of the migrants coming to Europe are from Senegal, Guinea and Nigeria along with others from Libya. This is very different that the statistics coming in from 2015, which saw a large number of migrants coming out of Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. The article notes that most of the current migrants from Africa are economic migrants, but Fabrice Leggeri the head of Frontex (the European Union's border security agency) said "It's not the poorest who leave, because they have to be able to pay the smugglers..."
The route into Europe through Greece has slowed down significantly, possibly due to the rise of right wing nationalist parties within the country.
The AFP's article comes on the heels of news that Virginia Raggi, Mayor of Rome, has called for a total moratorium on immigration to the city of Rome.
She stated “I find it impossible, as well as risky, to think up further accommodation structures.”
If you are wondering what is "risky" about Rome's migrant population, you need to look no further than this video which shows an Italian reporter being assaulted by migrants in the streets of Rome with no shame:
Hungary Seeks To Crack Down On The Influence Of George Soros:
One of the most influential, and least known men in the world today is George Soros. He founded groups like the Open Society Foundation which funds revolutionary activities in countries all around the world, seeking to overthrow the government, with the intention of replacing it with either socialism or communism.
Soros has been convicted of insider trading by French prosecutors and was subsequently fined $2.2 Million, but that is just one instance where Mr. Soros was caught. You generally won't hear about entire nations that he has helped to bankrupt in order to repossess land and businesses for pennies on the dollar. You also won't hear much about how this multi-billionaire who funds groups like United We Dream (an illegal immigrant advocacy group) was also a Nazi collaborator during WWII. Think it's Fake News? Watch this:
Some countries have been getting wise to Mr. Soros' tactics and techniques of financial manipulation as well as lobbying groups, and the PM of Hungary, Viktor Orban, has pushed through legislation to put an end to Soros' control.
The new legislation calls for a registry of "Foreign funded organizations" and requires these organizations to clearly label themselves as such on their websites and on their hand out materials. The law now states that foreign NGO's “threaten the country’s political and economic interests and interfere with the functioning of its institutions.” [... Sounds like a law we could use here...]
Hungary's new direction away from liberalism towards centrist nationalism has put them under fire along with Poland and the Czech Republic. Just a side note - Poland has not had any terrorist attacks since the rise of the Traditionalist, Law and Justice party which is anti-immigration.
This move towards Euro-Skepticism and traditionalist nationalist values have made Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic targets for sanctions from the EU, unless they meet their required "Refugee Quota."
More on George Soros and his situation in Hungary can be read Here.
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