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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    The Horned God and Irminson are getting exactly the Europe they deserve.
    As you didn't answer my question from earlier about why you are not taking action, let me ask again with your words, are you getting exactly the America you deserve? There is a fair chance Hillary will win so where do you go from here?

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    Dalai Lama Thinks Europe Has Let In 'Too Many' Refugees

    The Dalai Lama thinks Europe has let in "too many" refugees.

    The Tibetan spiritual leader said that "we feel the misery" of each individual refugee and that humans have a "responsibility to help" — but that there are "too many" who have been accepted in Europe.

    "Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country. Germany is Germany," he laughed in an interview published Tuesday with Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. "There are so many."

    The Dalai Lama said that "from a moral standpoint" he thinks refugees should "only be accommodated temporarily" — with the goal of them returning home to rebuild their countries.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/eur...fugees-n583701

    When the Dalai Lama cares more about European preservation than our own leaders...

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    60% of refugees heading to Europe are economic migrants – top EU official

    A majority of people coming to Europe from the Middle East and Africa are economic migrants using asylum-seeker status as a cover, according to a top EU official. The EU may reinstate internal border controls if the crisis isn’t resolved in two months. “More than half of the people now coming to Europe come from countries where you can assume they have no reason whatsoever to ask for refugee status… more than half, 60 percent,” said Frans Timmerman, vice-president of the European Commission, citing what he said were new, unpublished figures from the EU border agency Frontex.

    Speaking on Tuesday with Dutch national broadcaster NOS, he added that these false refugees are mostly aspiring settlers from Morocco and Tunisia and are infiltrating Europe through porous Turkish borders in pursuit of better economic prospects.

    Timmerman urged EU countries to accelerate the deportation procedure for those who pretend to be fleeing war or persecution. In this way, Europe would be able to provide support for those who need protection, he said.

    Since last year Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Denmark and Norway have reintroduced border controls for a maximum six-month term in a bid to curb the inflow of asylum seekers. On Monday, the European Commission said it could expand the temporary border checks for a period of two years, which is only possible if the existence of the Schengen zone is perceived to be in danger.

    In January, Denmark imposed identity checks on its borders with Germany after Sweden introduced the same measure on its border with Denmark, causing transport delays of up to an hour.

    Last year, Hungary built razor-wire fences on its borders with Serbia and Croatia in an unprecedented move to stem the migrant influx as more than 1,500 people a day entered the country. Last week, the country’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, called for fences to be built on the Macedonian and Bulgarian borders with Greece.

    Hungary’s example has been followed by Austria, which constructed a 2.5-mile fence on its border with Slovenia, and by Slovenia itself – which built a fence along its border with Hungary.

    The first deputy prime minister of Croatia, Tomislav Karamarko, announced last week that his country might follow the lead of Slovenia and other European countries.

    “We will not allow Croatia to become a hotspot for refugees. How are we going to do that remains to be decided. I do not know the technical details of how that would be implemented, if it ever is. It all depends on what we agree with our allies,” he said, as cited by Total Croatia News.

    European Council President Donald Tusk warned that Europe has “no more than two months to get things under control.” If it failed to tackle the migration crisis before the EU summit in March, the bloc could .

    The possible ending of the Schengen agreement may not alleviate the pressure to the extent its proponents are hoping for. Instead, it will surely inflict substantial damage on transportation and the European economy.

    “There is no proof that bringing back border controls will help to ease the situation in terms of reducing the number of refugees,” Timmerman told NOS. He said it would be a “huge risk” which may result in “enormous economic consequences” and yet will not produce any positive outcome.

    In the meantime, the Netherlands has decided to deploy police units on city streets and public locations such as railway stations and shopping malls. It is presumed that the officers will carry submachine guns, according to Dutch police reports.

    The measure is seen as a response to the growing concerns that not only economic migrants but also Islamic terrorists could have entered Europe, posing as refugees.

    “People may be shocked to see these officers, but the aim is to make the country safer for everyone,” a police spokesman said.

    Last week reports emerged that a former Islamic State jihadist fighter might be living in Frankfurt along with the victims of the terror. “I was very scared that this terrorist is in a democratic state like Germany just living here,” said a refugee from Syria, who said he saw a man in Frankfurt resembling a member of the terrorist group he encountered in Syria. The police have launched an investigation into the case, but due to a complete lack of evidence are unable to charge the individual with any crime.

    Europe has been experiencing the worst migrant crisis since the end of WWII. The number of asylum seekers passed 1 million by the end of November, according to Eurostat. However, the actual number of applicants will likely be much higher, as Finland was the only country to submit data up to November.

    According to the Eurostat asylum quarterly report, released December 9, the number of applicants increased by more than 150 percent in the third quarter of 2015 in comparison with the same quarter of the previous year. The next report with updated figures is set to be published in March. Germany Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere announced recently that his country alone has taken in nearly 1.1 million refugees.
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    https://www.rt.com/news/330284-econo...s-eu-refugees/

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    Exclamation Migrants Granted Refugee Status Are Holidaying In Countries They 'Fled', At Taxpayers' Expense

    Migrants with recognised refugee status are holidaying in the countries they supposedly “fled”, with their vacations funded by German taxpayers, a newspaper has found.

    Newspaper Welt am Sonntag learnt that migrants are returning to countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, and Lebanon for holiday purposes, then travelling back to Germany where they continue to receive comfortable welfare payments.

    The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has been aware for some time that some recognised refugees are taking leisure trips to the very spots they claim their lives are in danger.

    The government body sent a written request to Berlin’s employment agencies in June, asking that they report the travel arrangements of migrants granted asylum holidaying in their countries of origin.

    A spokeswoman for the Federal Employment Agency confirmed that “there are such cases” but reports that there is “no analysis or statistics on this subject and therefore we do not have information”.

    The lack of information is down to data protection laws. But people who are familiar with the processes report that it is also happening in other regions of Germany.

    Hartz IV, the welfare system migrants granted asylum receive, allows 21 days per year “local absence” where recipients collect full welfare payments while away from their usual area.

    Receivers of Hartz IV must “notify the local absence, the expected duration, but not exactly where they go to,” the federal agency said, adding that “there is also no legal basis to demand this information.”

    Welt am Sonntag reported that even if the migrant told welfare centre staff he was taking a trip to Syria, data protection laws would prevent this information being passed on to the federal agency.

    Germany’s Interior Ministry indicates that European Union rules state that travel to so-called countries of persecution can lead to individual cases being looked at and, ultimately, asylum being withdrawn.

    A spokesman from the ministry said there may be reasonable grounds for such trips, such as a family member’s serious illness.

    “In the case, however, to travel for leisure purposes, this may be an indication that for the refugee no fear of persecution exists,” the spokesman added.

    Armin Schuster, chairman of Chancellor Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party, said it “leaves one almost speechless” that migrants are holidaying in the countries they supposedly fled qualify for asylum.

    Mr. Schuster said he could imagine only a few cases where a brief return would be acceptable, but commented that it’s “imperative that we continue to permit the refugees to apply for such a trip, and to be approved by BAMF.”

    Despite the narrative which portrays migrants arriving in Europe as having fled for their lives, researchers have found increasing numbers are wanting to return to their home countries, dissatisfied with the standard of accommodation and welfare they are given on the continent.
    https://redice.tv/news/migrants-gran...payers-expense

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    Images of the Calais Jungle camp taken by me through car window in May 2016 when passing it during daylight time.




    The police was present, every 100m one of those Gendamerie Nationale cars along the Autobahn to the ferry terminal prevent the illegal migrants blocking the road to hijack cars. The problem is that those savages sometimes throw stones and other items onto vehicles that don't stop, just because they are angry that they don't get a lift to England. Category: Anti-White racism, black hatred toward Whites.

    And this could happen if the French police doesn't show massive presence:






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    Look at the pictures above and tell me once again why you Europeans should not be allowed to carry a gun. What do you think these guys would do to you if they ever got inside your car?

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    Many Europeans worry about refugee terrorists, poll says

    Almost two-thirds of participants in an international survey agreed with the statement that some of the refugees entering their countries were terrorists in disguise. Opinions on border policies are more divided.

    The arrival of refugees heading to Europe has slowed somewhat over the past few months. But there are still thousands of people from war-torn nations in the Middle East or Africa who are coming to Germany and other European countries looking for safety. The problem: they're not welcomed with open arms in most places.

    Polling institute Ipsos asked more than 16,000 people in 22 countries how they felt about refugees, immigration and their countries' border policies. The results show that attitudes toward immigrants vary from country to country, but also that skepticism about refugees and fear of terrorists is rather high across the board.

    Respondents answered the questions between June 24 and July 8, so before the slew of attacks that rocked Europe starting later in July. The terrorist attack in Nice, the axe and knife assault in Würzburg, the attempted bombing of a music festival in Ansbach and the murder of a Catholic priest in France - they were all committed by perpetrators with an immigrant background, but didn't play a role in this Ipsos poll.
    http://www.dw.com/en/many-europeans-...ays/a-19468591

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    EU Official: We Can Make Members Accept Refugees

    AP, March 21, 2017

    The European Union’s commissioner for migration says there are ways to make all EU members states comply with the program of relocation of migrants among them.

    Dimitris Avramopoulos made the statement Tuesday in Warsaw, where he is visiting the growing European border guard agency, Frontex.

    Poland is refusing to accept migrants, arguing they are chiefly economic migrants, not war refugees, and may potentially pose a threat.

    {snip}

    Without naming Poland, Avramopoulos said the EU has the “tools, the means and the power” to convince all members to comply and will make an assessment of response by the end of September. {snip}
    https://www.amren.com/news/2017/03/e...cept-refugees/

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    Quarter of a million Syrians allowed to bring families to Germany: report

    Slightly over a quarter million Syrian refugees have permission to bring their families from the war-torn country to Germany, a report in Bild claims.
    The report published on Tuesday is based on a leaked official document looking into the effects of the refugee influx on Germany.

    It states that 268,000 Syrian refugees currently have the right to bring their families to Germany.

    Asylum seekers who are given full refugee status have the right to bring their families to Germany immediately. The families must not make asylum requests and are not included in official asylum figures, Die Welt reports.

    But many thousands more Syrians will not be able to bring their families to Germany, as the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has only offered them subsidiary status.

    This lower-tier status only provides a temporary residence permit good for one year and subject to renewal, and bars the application for family members to be allowed entry to Germany until March 2018. The process itself can take another two years.

    Up until December 2016, 32,551 refugees - the overwhelming majority of them Syrians (28,444) - filed legal complaints last year to gain recognition as refugees under the definition set out by the 1951 Geneva Conventions.

    The legal complaints came after BAMF started mostly granting only subsidiary protection to Syrians in March 2016.

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    Volunteer at refugee center : “I thought it was just right-wing propaganda. But it wasn’t.”

    A German man who volunteered at a “refugee” center has discovered the truth about so-called “refugees”, and also that the mass media are trying to censor this information.

    “My first thought was that we must help these people” he said in a video on Youtube. “I’m a humanist, and of the opinion that when someone is in need, he should be helped.”

    “That’s why my first reflex was to be pro-refugee and to say that we must help all and everyone of them.”

    “Then, I went to one of the refugee centers and joined a organization, in which I could do voluntary service.”

    The man was assigned to help three “refugees”. The first one was a young man from Afghanistan, who wanted nothing to do with the German man.

    The second was a 50 year-old Syrian man who had been in Germany for 10 years, but refused to get a job and still couldn’t speak German properly.

    The third was a Syrian man in his 20’s; he was Muslim but drank alcohol, smoked, dealt drugs near a school, was rude and aggressive, refused to work, and complained that his free apartment wasn’t big enough.

    “I didn’t understand how can someone come here as a refugee and the first thing this person does is to sell drugs.”

    “I thought this was just a rumor. I thought it was just right-wing propaganda. But it wasn’t. It is the reality. Just the reality.”

    “[I] stopped helping this person and wrote a letter to this organization in which I clearly stated that I didn’t have the impression that this person was in need of help.”

    “I wrote about the three bad experiences I’ve had; that I was really disillusioned, that I was disappointed and confronted with an unexpected reality.”

    “We are being told something completely different. We see in the media something completely different. And we are gagged every time we try to speak about these things.”

    “The argument always goes like: ‘but have you experienced this first-hand or have you got this information from people that just want to agitate against refugees?’ – Yes, I have experienced this.”

    This is the first hand account of a man who gave up his own time to help out so-called “refugees”. You will not hear this in the mainstream media because it does not fit their agenda.

    Whenever they are forced to tell the truth about “refugees”, people start to get shocked with what their government is allowing to happen.

    People think that those in government just want to help the “refugees”. No, actually, they want to “diversify” Europe, America, Australia, etc.

    Getting fake refugees into majority White countries is just another phase of the ongoing White genocide agenda.

    It started in the mid 20th century, when our borders were opened up to non-Western immigration. It will not end until we become a minority in our own homes — unless we stop it, and the anti-Whites.
    http://whitegenocideproject.com/volu...-but-it-wasnt/

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