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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Lee Hunter View Post
    Just another glaring example illustrating the sheer stupidity of allowing mass immigration.

    The muzzies don't allow the consumption of alcohol in their oppressive countries, so, rather than 'assimilate', these religious fanatics attempt to decide what European citizens can and cannot do as well within their own sovereign nations.

    "In a German shopping center, a 24-year-old man smashed hundreds of bottles of alcohol by dropping them from shelves to the floor. The intruder was detained and handed over to doctors.


    The incident occurred on Thursday afternoon, November 21, in the city of Nordhausen. After a medical examination, which found that the bully is healthy and not under the influence of drugs, the detainee was placed in custody.

    Police told Thüringen Mediengruppe that the perpetrator was an immigrant who had requested political asylum in Germany some time ago and emphasized that the reason for his act would become known after a thorough investigation."

    https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=af8Ct_1574415095
    My guess is, he had a problem with alcohol, perhaps even one without - Religious Reasons.

    That's what they call "cultural enrichment":



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech
    Lulz: "Eziakonwa said Europe should “recognise that African countries on behalf of the world are also hosting a lot of displaced people." --> Africa does nothing on behalf of the world, they created their own migrant mess. If all migrants in my own country were Germans or Dutch people I would be a different story too.
    African migration is a ‘generational’ issue, say UN officials



    The raw numbers of migrants may have fallen but the migration of many African youth to Europe is set to continue. That is the message from top officials in the UN Development Programme.

    The UNDP launched its ‘Scaling Fences: Voices of Irregular Migrants to Europe’ report earlier this month, based on the testimonies of almost 2,000 migrants from 39 African countries in 13 European nations, in a bid to shine a spotlight on the motivations that drove their journey, and their experiences once in Europe.

    “A lot of policy is being made on the basis of emotions and perceptions rather than evidence and this surprised us because there is a huge commitment of assets and resources to migration,” Ahunna Eziakonwa, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director of UNDP Africa, told EURACTIV.

    “What the UNDP is saying is that if this is so important a topic to the EU it’s worth trying to gather some evidence that can at least guide policy,” she added.

    That appears to be a tall order. According to Eurobarometer polls ahead of May’s European elections, some 40% of Europeans considered immigration to be one of the two most important issues facing the EU.

    The survey does not include those who said they had fled their homes because of war or political persecution. This reduced the sample group to those Africans who were looking for a better life in Europe but were not allowed to do so because of European immigration laws.

    “You have to look at the question of legal pathways. There is no way of getting around this. And legal pathways that are not based on philanthropy but based on what kind of migrants Europe needs. That debate has to start,” Eziakonwa said.

    Mohamed Yayha, the lead author of the UNDP report, said Europe’s leaders risk creating a vicious cycle by not doing more to encourage legal pathways for migrants.

    The result is that “people come irregularly and then you are creating an environment of anxiety among European citizens because nobody wants people to come to their country who they do not know and who have no papers.”

    “Essentially, you are creating a vicious cycle of lose-lose for Europe and Africa,” he added.

    “Migration and migrants have been discussed everywhere but it’s been more about the tyranny of numbers. Policymakers “forget that there are stories behind each number,” she adds, reminding of the ongoing human tragedy of would-be migrants dying on the way to Europe.

    “We’ve lost more than 30,000 (people) in the Mediterranean Sea and everywhere else and we will never know their stories.”

    Part of the purpose of the report was in “helping people to understand that these are human beings and that their aspirations and dreams are very human,” says Eziakonwa.

    “We need to understand who they were before they left and who they are currently in Europe and what their dreams are.”

    Migrants tend to be “urbanised, slightly better educated,” says Eziakonwa. “They are looking for hope elsewhere,” she adds.

    The vast majority of those surveyed were between 20 and 29 years old when they left for Europe, and 71% were from West Africa, primarily Nigeria and Senegal. 58% held down jobs in their home countries, earning wages that were higher than the national average, or were in education.

    “The core message arising from this study, that migration is a reverberation of uneven development and particularly of a development trajectory that is failing young people, sends a strong signal to policymakers,” wrote Achim Steiner, the Administrator of UNDP, in a forward to the report.

    Uneven trade

    Yayha told EURACTIV, that unequal trade relations between the EU and Africa are one of the root causes of emigration.

    “Essentially the report says that the relationship between Africa and the rest of the world has to be more holistic in that it cannot be deduced solely to aid. It needs to be an equal partnership which involves looking at a host of other issues like trade,” said Yahya, who is the Resident Representative of UNDP Nigeria.

    “Africa’s slow-paced growth is partly also related to Africa’s relationship with the rest of the world on trade. You can’t add value to your resources. For example, if I start processing coffee and chocolate the taxes and tariffs go up because Europe protects its own industries in those areas,” he added.

    That reflects the criticism many African leaders and regional blocs have for the Economic Partnership Agreements offered by the EU which, they argue, forces African countries to open up their markets but does not allow them the space to build up local industries.

    The result is that African states tend to export raw materials rather than finished products.

    For its part, the United States’ government suspended Rwanda from its tariff-free African Growth and Opportunity Act and threatened the other members of the East African Community with trade sanctions after they decided to impose tariffs on imported US clothing as part of a drive to develop their local textiles industry.

    “We are quite well positioned to tell both sides that the status quo works for nobody. Africa is losing its most dynamic people,” said Yayha.

    “For Europe the report says: first have a different kind of relationship with Africa and those discussions have started, but also that these young people will continue to come in the short-term, and what are you going to do about it.”

    Although the migration numbers are down, Yayha believes the flight of African youth to Europe is going to be a generational issue.

    “If Africa as a continent sustains growth of 10-11% over a decade then the situation will change because people will find opportunities in their own countries,” he said.

    “But that is not happening. The growth is anaemic. I live in Nigeria where growth is 1.9%, it is nowhere close to meeting the demands of people,” he added.

    Partnership built on respect

    For much of the Jean-Claude Juncker Commission, European governments were deadlocked over plans to overhaul the bloc’s migration and asylum policies, with debate focused almost exclusively on reducing migrant numbers.

    But both Eziakonwa and Yayha believe that the environment for debate on migration policy is in a better place and welcome the remarks made by incoming Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, who has appointed Jutta Urpilainen to the International Partnerships portfolio, itself a sign of changing attitudes in the EU institutions.

    “Build a partnership based on respect. Short-term fixes on policy are not going to get us there,” said Eziakonwa.

    Africa’s burden

    Given Europe’s preoccupation with migration control, it is easy to forget that more than 80% of African migration is within the continent.

    Eziakonwa said Europe should “recognise that African countries on behalf of the world are also hosting a lot of displaced people. Ethiopia one million, Uganda one million, Kenya 600,000 – there are 2.6 million people in three countries that could ill-afford to host those numbers of people, compare that to the numbers in Europe.”

    “You could argue that there is a difference between refugees and economic migrants, but the fact is that some of these less well-to-do countries have a refugee burden on a scale that no European country has ever seen,” she said.

    Source: Euractiv.com
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    UK Home Office unlawfully imprisoned asylum seekers, supreme court rules


    Thousands of people, including survivors of torture and trafficking, likely to be entitled to compensation


    The Home Office “falsely imprisoned” many asylum seekers who are now entitled to damages for their loss of liberty at the hands of the government, five supreme court judges have ruled.

    Thousands of asylum seekers are likely to be affected, many survivors of torture, trafficking and other forms of persecution. Their compensation could run into millions of pounds.

    The people implicated in the ruling were locked up between 1 January 2014, when an EU law known as Dublin III came into force, and 15 March 2017, when UK regulations changed. Under the Dublin regulations, asylum seekers should claim asylum in the first EU country they reach, with the receiving country checking their fingerprints against a European database. If they are found to have first claimed asylum in another EU country they can be sent back to that country to have their claim processed. Many of those people for whom the Home Office found a fingerprint match in another EU country were locked up in preparation for removal to that country.

    However, under the Dublin III rules only those deemed to be at “significant risk of absconding” should be incarcerated before removal. Wednesday’s ruling, by judges Lord Kitchin, Lady Hale, Lord Reed, Lord Wilson and Lady Arden, found that the Home Office was locking up asylum seekers without having proper policies in place to determine whether an individual posed this risk.

    The precise number of asylum seekers affected by the ruling is not known. Until last year, the Home Office did not publish detailed data about Dublin III cases. According to research on the Dublin rules from the House of Commons library, published earlier this month, the UK made 18,953 transfer requests between 2015 and 2018. During the same period, 7,365 requests were made by other EU countries to transfer asylum seekers to the UK.

    The Home Office said: “We acknowledge the supreme court’s judgment and are considering the next steps.”

    Krisha Prathepan, part of a team at Duncan Lewis Solicitors, which brought the successful supreme court challenge, welcomed the ruling and called on the Home Office to conduct an urgent review to identify exactly how many people were falsely imprisoned between 2014 and 2017. They will now be entitled to compensation for suffering and loss of liberty. “This is a brilliantly clear and forceful judgment which has huge implications for those detained for the purposes of removal under the so-called Dublin III regime between 1 January 2014 and 15 March 2017,” said Prathepan. “The right to liberty is a fundamental human right. The impact of this judgment is profound – yet again the home secretary’s policies in relation to detention have been found to be unlawful. Her actions have caused untold misery for so many people – including many vulnerable victims of torture and trafficking, and people suffering from PTSD and other mental health conditions who never should have been detained in the first place.”

    Emma Ginn, the coordinator of Medical Justice, which advocates for health rights for immigration detainees, welcomed the ruling. She said: “Medical Justice volunteer doctors have assessed many detainees who are Dublin III cases to document their scars of torture. “Many of them have survived perilous overland journeys from places like Iran and Eritrea. Many are victims of torture and trafficking and are already in poor health when they get detained in the UK. It is now widely accepted that immigration detention can retraumatise torture victims, that it can exacerbate existing health issues and can cause severe harm and mental illness.”

    Five asylum seekers brought the supreme court case: a woman from Iran, two men from Afghanistan and two men from Iraq. Four arrived in the UK smuggled inside lorries, and a fifth arrived in the back of a train. All five were detained for varying amounts of time ranging from one month to four months.

    The judges said the case raised “important points of principle”.

    The Home Office argued that its detention rules adequately covered the Dublin III criteria, but the judges said its arguments were not “persuasive”. Of the Home Office guidance that was in place between January 2014 and March 2017, they said: “All of this amounts to no more than general guidance as to how the power to detain is to be exercised and does not constitute a set of objective criteria against which the risk of absconding is to be assessed.”

    The judges stressed that the right to liberty was a fundamental right. The judgment cites the five asylum seekers’ arguments that the Home Office’s failure to adhere to a published policy without good reason can amount to an “abuse of power” that renders detention unlawful. “They were detained without lawful authority and their detention amounted to false imprisonment and they are entitled to damages,” the judges concluded.



    Home Office unlawfully imprisoned asylum seekers, supreme ...

    27 XI 2019.

    Doesn’t make sense allowing into the country these ’free loading spongers’, feed and shelter them and then pay their legal costs to have them sue the country.

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    Dublin man of North African origin claimed benefits for 15 years despite having €150k in bank account - sparking outrage



    A MAN who was on the dole for 15 years was discovered to have had €150,000 sitting in a bank account, sparking public fury.



    Gardai have established that a middle-aged North African man, living in Dublin, had been claiming benefits under a fake name between 2001 and 2016, while also working during that time. It's thought that he collected as much as €300,000 in benefits, as well as a number of other social welfare benefits over that period, while having a nest egg of €150,000 sitting in a bank account, according to the Irish Independent.


    The incident has sparked a massive clampdown by gardai / police on dole and benefits cheats who have conned millions of Euro out of the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection. Reportedly, 15 arrests have been made regarding social welfare cheats around the country since June.


    Speaking about the North African man in question, a senior gardai said:

    "This was a significant arrest. Investigations showed that he had three different bank accounts but he seems to have been living a very frugal life.

    "For him to be able to save €150k from State benefits is certainly an unusual aspect of that case," the source added.

    "There will be more arrests in the coming months in relation to this type of fraud which typically involves people receiving dual payments or in some cases even triple payments from the State."


    Of the 15 arrests made, it's estimated that the average amount conned out of social welfare programmes per person is €80,000.



    Earlier in the year, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection announced it will review more than 750,000 social welfare claims as part of its new anti-fraud strategy.


    Irish Post: Dublin man claimed benefits for 15 years despite having €150k in bank account - sparking outrage

    29 XI 2019.


    "
    Of the 15 arrests made" how many are not immigrants?

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    Taking Back Control? Non-EU Immigration to UK Rises to Near-record Levels

    Non-EU immigration to UK — the only type of immigration the Government can control — has risen to near-record levels.



    Immigration from European Union member-states, as well as the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland, is almost entirely outside the British government’s control, as they are part of the Free Movement regime which the United Kingdom remains subject, despite the fact that more than three years have passed since the British people voted to leave the bloc.

    But the inflow of migrants from the European Union, while still significantly higher than the number of EU migrants returning to their home countries, has fallen, according to the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) quarterly report.



    Immigration from beyond the EU, meanwhile, has increased, despite the fact the governing Conservative Party can control it — and indeed promised to significantly reduce net immigration “from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands” three elections in a row.


    According to the ONS report, an estimated 609,000 people moved to the United Kingdom in the year to June 2019, while 397,000 people moved away, for a net inflow of 212,000.

    The net inflow from the European Union was 48,000 — down significantly since the vote to leave the EU in 2016, partly as a result of EU migrants’ uncertainty about the country’s future relationship with the EU, but largely due to improved prospects in their home countries and local currencies strengthening against the pound — while the non-EU inflow was a staggering 229,000.

    Migrants coming to study made up a large proportion of the non-EU influx, with the number of Indian students surging by 63 per cent compared to the previous year, alongside a 21% rise in students from the People’s Republic of China.


    It should be noted that the ONS statistics on immigration were downgraded to “experimental” in August 2019, however, following research which indicated that the official statistics agency had been “systematically underestimating net migration from EU countries”.


    The Migration Watch UK think tank suggested that the statistics would do little for public confidence in the Tories’ pledges on immigration — Boris Johnson has dropped the never-met “tens of thousands” target which the Tories never intended to honour, according to George Osborne, but claims he will still reduce net immigration “overall” — with “Work visas up to 190k (highest in decade), Student visas [at their] highest since 2011, Family visas up 23% on the year, Asylum grants [at their] highest since 2003, [and a] 25% fall in enforced returns of illegals in [the] past year”.


    “With work visas now at 190,000, their highest level for more than ten years, it’s clear that [Boris Johnson’s] mooted [Australian-style] points-based system will only reduce immigration if it is suitably tough, includes a cap – as with the Australian system – and is rigorously enforced,” said Migration Watch UK chairman Alp Mehmet in a statement seen by Breitbart London.


    “Without a cap the numbers would shoot up further still,” he added.


    Prime Minister Johnson has
    refused to implement a cap.





    Import the third world in sufficient numbers and before you know it you become third world. No doctors appointments, hospitals not functioning, schools full and the country generally falling into disrepair as the money is spent on housing, feeding and clothing unsustainable numbers of newly arrived immigrants .


    The liblabconsnp alliance has no intention of stopping the current extreme levels of immigration. None. In fact the opposite, they all encourage continued mass immigration.


    When Boris announced 50 thousand new nurses for the NHS that tells you that they are going to do nothing about immigration.....immigration is the only reason we would need 50 thousand new nurses! And all the promises to build more homes which are only needed because of mass immigration.



    Taking Back Control? Non-EU Immigration Rises to Near-record Levels
    Well you better darn well stop it, Tory party.
    I and many others are voting for you to get Brexit.
    Not for legalised invasion
    We are sick to death of it and the occupation of Britain - many useless unemployable dross - a burden on every British taxpayer..
    And we have just watched the reality of mass immigration - on London Bridge.
    Generations of it now.
    We are over run in Britain.
    Why do you think the health service is Phut.
    Roads clogged endlessly - the green belt going under and worst of all the wholesale destruction of British society and culture.
    Just because the British voter was too darn fool to give any support to the one politician prepared to call islam out - Gerard Batten - there are many of us who, post Brexit, will be gearing up to fight the onslaught of our country and the coming blood shed.
    London Bridge merely a straw in the wind.
    Give us Brexit and close the borders, Boris.
    People have had immigrants up to there!


    Non-EU immigration — the only type of immigration the Government can control — has risen to near-record levels.



    Taking Back Control? Non-EU Immigration Rises to Near-record Levels01 XII 2019.


    Television and advertising are a fair indication of the ‘establishment’s’ view and position on alien mass immigration – as much of it as they can get away with.

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    Cameroon Rapist appeals double conviction


    Judgement has been reserved in the case of a man who raped two women in his apartment after meeting them on a night out in a Sligo nightclub, in the Rep. of Ireland.





    Clement Limen (47) formerly of North Courtyard, Quayside, Sligo was found guilty by a jury at the Central Criminal Court of raping the two woman at his flat on June 2, 2014.

    The trial heard that Limen invited the two women back to his apartment for a party after meeting them in a nightclub on the June bank holiday weekend. The Central Criminal Court heard that the women, who were lifelong friends aged in their 30s, initially "fobbed him off". But later they decided to travel back to his home with ten other people he had invited from the club to the party.

    Both women recalled Limen giving them "a very strong drink that tasted like vodka" before "going totally blank". One woman said she remembered waking up on a couch, feeling very disorientated, before realising that Limen was raping her. She found her friend in a bedroom, lying on her back. They fled the apartment and rang one of their husbands, who came to collect them.

    During the trial, Limen denied raping either of the women, telling the court that he made them "a cocktail with grenadine and vodka". He claimed he had consensual unprotected sex with one woman, and denied having sex with the other victim.

    Mr Justice Paul Coffey noted the trauma and anguish caused by Limen's attacks on the women before he imposed a prison sentence of seven-and-a-half years on December 11, 2017. He had no previous convictions. Limen, a university graduate from Cameroon who has been living in Ireland for nine years, moved to appeal his conviction last Thursday in the Court of Appeal where judgment was reserved.

    His barrister, Michael Bowman SC, submitted that the prosecution inadvertently introduced the concept of "system evidence" in it's closing speech to the jury. Mr Bowman said prosecuting counsel referred to striking similarities between the victims' accounts of what happened in the apartment, that the complainants' evidence was independent of each other and that "collusion" had not been challenged by the defence.

    The concern was that the jury were told they were free to use the evidence of one complainant to corroborate the evidence of the other, Mr Bowman submitted. It was possible that the words used by prosecution counsel caused a "chain reaction" in the minds of the jury to conclude adversely for the accused, he added.

    The court heard that a different defence counsel at trial did not raise any issue with the words used in the prosecutions' closing speech, having considered the matter over lunch.

    Counsel for the Director of Public Prosecutions, Eileen O'Leary SC, said there was never an intention to introduce system evidence in the trial. Ms O'Leary said the words had their ordinary meaning. The complainants had left the accused's apartment almost immediately after being raped and went to the nearest garda station where separate statements were taken in separate interview rooms. Whether similarities in their accounts supported the other was a matter for the jury, Ms O'Leary said.

    President of the Court of Appeal Mr Justice George Birmingham, who sat with Mr Justice Patrick McCarthy and Ms Justice Isobel Kennedy, said the court would reserve its judgment.

    In a victim impact statement, one woman told the court that her life had changed dramatically since that night."I was once carefree and fun-loving. I became introverted and racked with anxiety. I regularly wake with a jolt, thinking he is standing over me," she said. She said she sometimes gets up in the middle of the night to check doors and windows are locked. "If he had pleaded guilty and apologised, I could have forgiven him. But he taunted us at every opportunity, he showed no remorse, was arrogant, and told nauseating lies," she said.

    The second woman said in her victim impact statement that she was still coming to terms with the incident that destroyed the last three years of her life. "It is impossible to underestimate what has been done to me unless you're standing in my shoes," she said. "He carried my listless body into a bedroom where he violated and raped me." "I am fearful this statement will not do justice to the pain and humiliation I suffered and I'm scared of that failure," she said.

    The woman said she recalled lying on the examination bed at a hospital the following day and crying her heart out because she had never felt so lonely. Both victims said Limen's refusal to give gardaí a blood sample in order to test him for sexually transmitted diseases, caused them considerable distress. "I had to go to an STD clinic, which was humiliating as I am a married woman. The anti-HIV medication made me violently sick and extremely gaunt. It was an extra blow to put us through," one woman said. Both women praised their partners, family and friends for supporting them, but said every person in both of their lives have suffered as a result of Limen's crimes.


    Sligo Champion November 23 2019
    Rapist appeals double conviction

    06 XII 2019.

    Both women praised their partners, family and friends for supporting them, but said every person in both of their lives have suffered as a result of Limen's crimes - from Greece to Scandinavia people have to go through these ordeals before they wake up about 3rd world mass migration ANIMALS and their enrichment. Why? I know MSM and corrupt Western politics work together to foster ignorance and myths about equality and immigration.

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    Get away with murder



    Man pleads not guilty to murder of Japanese man in Dundalk, Rep of Ireland by reason of insanity



    A court heard today that victim Yosuke Sasaki (24) was a “fine, young man” who worked in a local factory in Dundalk.



    A JAPANESE MAN who came to Ireland to improve his English was stabbed to death on a public street by an Egyptian with paranoid schizophrenia, a barrister has told the Central Criminal Court.


    Mohamed Morei (20), of no fixed abode, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murdering Yosuke Sasaki (24) at Long Avenue, Dundalk, Co Louth on 3 January 2018. Opening the trial today Sean Gillane SC for the State told the jury of seven men and five women that this was a “tragic case” and that the evidence of two consultant psychiatrists will show: “That Mr Morei was, at the time, a very, very unwell person whose thoughts were disordered to the extent that for a period of time there was a concern about whether he would be fit to plead and stand trial.”


    Gillane said the deceased was a “fine young man”, a hard worker who was very intelligent and dedicated to trying to improve himself. In a bid to learn English he joined a WhatsApp group and from that he met an English woman who wanted to learn Japanese. “Their friendship blossomed into a relationship,” counsel said, and after having difficulties getting a Visa to go to England, Sasaki came to Dublin where he studied before moving to Dundalk to work at the National Pen factory. He worked a night shift on 2 January and completed his shift in the early hours of 3 January 2018. Having left work he made his way towards a post office to pick up something he had ordered online. At the same time members of the public in Dundalk noticed a man with a non-Irish appearance acting “erratically” and “menacingly” on the street.


    Shortly before 9am, counsel said, the accused approached Sasaki from behind and stabbed him with a knife. The injury caused him to fall to the ground and despite medical intervention he died as a result of the single stab wound.


    Immediately after the stabbing another man named Dylan Grehan encountered the accused and was also struck from behind. When he got to work, Grehan realised he had suffered a wound from a sharp implement. A third man named Cian Murphy was also attacked by the accused a short distance away, counsel said.


    Morei today pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to assaulting Grehan causing him harm at Quay St, Dundalk on 3 January 2018. He made the same plea in relation to assaulting Cian Murphy causing him harm at the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk on the same date. He further pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to criminal damage of a car at Long Avenue in Dundalk on the same date and to burglary between 2-3 January 2018 at Long Avenue in Dundalk by entering a building as a trespasser and committing criminal damage.


    Gillane said the accused is Egyptian and travelled to Dublin from Northern Ireland in January 2018. He travelled to Dundalk the day before the stabbing where Gillane said he appeared to have been squatting on the premises at Long Avenue. During interviews with gardaí counsel said it was apparent that Morei was showing disordered thoughts, was agitated and “what he was saying didn’t appear to make sense”.


    He was assessed by a consultant psychiatrist, charged with murder, and committed to the Central Mental Hospital where he has remained since. Gillane said the evidence of Dr Paul O’Connell and Dr Brenda Wright will satisfy the jury that Morei was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, a mental disorder, and at the time of the offence he didn’t know what he was doing was wrong and was unable to refrain from the acts.


    The trial continues in front of the jury and Ms Justice Carmel Stewart tomorrow.



    Man pleads not guilty to murder of Japanese man in Dundalk by reason of insanity11 XII 2019.



    Typical 3rd world invader doesn’t know his name or where he is from.

    Rep. of Ireland is the leading country in implementing the EUssr immigration policies. Presently of a population of 4.8 million about 25% foreign are born. There's an incident like this every week:


    Girl (9) remains in critical condition after alleged ...


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    Mohamed Morei 'not fit to attend' court hearing over Dundalk stabbing


    Dundalk stabbing accused Mohamed Morei's nationality still unknown 92 days after murder


    Teen accused of murdering Japanese man in Dundalk in 2018 will face trial later this year

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    Open hatred – Africans take it on twitter to celebrate the ‘downfall of Europe’



    As if 2019 hasn’t had enough crime and terrorism from ethnic minorities imported to Europe over the past 70 years, the wonderful diversity we brought to our continent just keeps on giving, this time on twitter. The controversy sparked when a black man, who deems himself as fighting “homo/trans/islamo/xeno/fato-phobia” tweeted that “Black Europeans are literally the funniest demographic. How they usin the downfall of they countries as a backdrop”, celebrating the creativity of his fellow Africans taking advantage of chaos throughout Europe to take nice pictures of themselves.

    This tweet managed to get 56,4 thousand retweets and 421,4 thousand likes as the moment of this writing, proving how popular his statement was towards his peers both in Europe and elsewhere. The open contempt and hatred from these minorities being hosted in European countries does not end here, however. In the replies to this wonderful ‘take’, there are more.

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    Jail for young Brazilian mother who imported more than 1.5 kilos of cocaine into Ireland




    A YOUNG MOTHER who imported more than 1.5 kilograms of cocaine into the country inside her body has been jailed for two and a half years. Hyonaru Moreno, from Brazil, was a “naive mule” who read a prepared statement to customs officers about her planned stay in Ireland upon her arrival at Dublin airport earlier this year, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard today.



    Her suspicious behaviour at the airport led to gardaí being called. She then spent the next two days in Beaumont Hospital where she passed packages containing €37,000 worth of cocaine. Some drugs were also retrieved from her vagina, the court heard.


    Moreno (26) with an address in Sao Paulo, Brazil, pleaded guilty to one count of possessing cocaine for sale or supply and one count of importing cocaine at Dublin airport on 8 June this year. She has no previous convictions. Handing down sentence, Judge Martin Nolan said Moreno was engaged in a “desperate escapade” for financial reward. He said it was the second such case he had dealt with this week. “Unless a person was desperate, they wouldn’t inflict this on themselves,” he said. He noted Moreno has two sons back in Brazil whom she misses deeply and that as a foreign national with limited English, her time in prison will be particularly hard.


    “I’m aware that this is a crime of desperation, but she made that decision and she must be punished for what she did,” the judge said, adding: “These are sad cases.” He backdated the sentence to June, when Moreno went into custody.


    Garda Grace Daly told Joseph Barnes BL, prosecuting, that Moreno was stopped by customs officers who were carrying out profiles of suspicious persons coming from Brazil. When Moreno started reading off answers about her planned stay in Ireland from a prepared document, the customs officers’ suspicions were roused and gardaí were called. When taken to hospital, an X-ray showed Moreno had a number of foreign objects in her body. When interviewed by gardaí, she exercised her right to silence.


    Barry White SC, defending, said his client was “conned” into coming to Ireland. He said she was only told she had to bring drugs to the country in the “last couple of hours” before boarding the flight. He said Moreno is a single mother of two sons, aged ten and eight. She was 16 years old when she had her first child. Moreno’s own mother was married at the age of 11 and gave birth to her first child when she was just 13 years old. “You have before you a naive mule,” White told the court.She is somebody who regrets what she did and is anxious to take whatever punishment the court sees fit but she is also anxious to get back to her two children.



    She “imported” drugs worth 37000 euro. She gets 2 years in jail. Which will cost the tax payers some 100000 euro in two years. Then she will claim asylum, go on social welfare for years, then she bring her two kids as well. Plan B: board her on next flight to Brazil and let Brazilians to deal with their own people.



    Jail for young mother who imported more than 1.5 kilos of cocaine into Ireland14 XII 2019.

    Never mind the cost the 'enrichment' circus has to go on:


    Man who stabbed Japanese student in Dundalk found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity


    Man jailed for murder of infant son found not guilty by reason of insanity following retrial

    Yusif Ali Abdi was initially tried before the Central Criminal Court in 2003.

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