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    Thumbs up Is Europe Falling Apart Under Muslim Onslaught

    I came across this on Google+ among many similar posts.


    NORWAY to abandon Geneva Convention if Sweden collapses from Muslim migration…will close borders to fleeing Swedes


    But that’s not all. Norwegian Army Chief, Odin Johannessen (photo below), says: “Europe needs to destroy Islam if they are going to survive.”


    From NORWAY to abandon Geneva Convention if Sweden collapses from Muslim migrationwill close borders to fleeing Swedes


    Swedish Defense College researchers say fear of being called racist is hindering fight against jihad terrorists@ https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/02/s...had-terrorists


    Possible next PM of Italy wants to close mosques and says Islam is incompatible with Italian values @ Prison Planet.com Possible next PM of Italy wants to close mosques and says Islam is incompatible with Italian values


    They are slowly waking up. Perhaps too late?


    Swedish Taxmen Call for Action Against Hundreds of ‘Imported’ Polygamists @ Prison Planet.com Polygamists


    EU official says migrant ghettos will become ‘a nuclear bomb in the future’ @ Prison Planet.com EU official says migrant ghettos will become ‘a nuclear bomb in the future’
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    Muslim Terrorism: The Reality behind Multicultural Propaganda

    'The phrases "Islam is a religion of peace" and "diversity is our strength" are excuses used by politicians after every riot and murder for the past twenty years. No amount of apology will prevent further attacks until the west realises that it is the ideology of Islam itself, not just one aspect of religion that is the cause. Accordingly, across Europe, the consequences of introducing a barbaric 6th century cult into a 21st century society follows the same pattern in a crazy European immigration crisis.'
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    Islam is not compatible with mankind, anywhere, never has been, never will be.

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    I just think that it's interesting that this might be a first in history. The first time a country has paid someone to come into their country to kill so they could be killed by them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Tex View Post
    I just think that it's interesting that this might be a first in history. The first time a country has paid someone to come into their country to kill so they could be killed by them.
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    Norway's tough-love approach to the refugee crisis

    The country’s outspoken immigration minister, Sylvi Listhaug, on the best way to help genuine refugees


    When Angela Merkel invited refugees to Germany in 2015, tearing up the rules obliging migrants to seek asylum in the first country they arrive in, the consequences were pretty immediate. Over 160,000 went to Sweden, leading to well-publicised disruption. Next door, things were different. Norway took in just 30,000; this year it has accepted just 2,000 so far. To Sylvi Listhaug, the country’s young immigration minister, this might still be a bit too much.
    We have a big challenge now to integrate those with permission to stay in Norway to make sure they respect Norwegian values,’ she says. ‘Freedom to speak, to write, to believe or not to believe in a god, how to raise your children.’ Also, she says, what not to do. For example: ‘It is not allowed to beat your children in Norway.’

    Ms Listhaug provoked fury in Sweden a few weeks ago by visiting a suburb in Stockholm notorious for unrest among its young immigrant population. She called it a ‘no-go zone’ — a phrase that the Swedes angrily reject.

    But she doesn’t seem to mind causing a fuss, especially as she thinks her critics are coming around to her way of thinking. Nor does she mind using Sweden as a case study in what not to do. ‘A lot of countries in Europe are thinking more like us: like Denmark and Austria. Germany, as well… France has big problems right now with integration, as does Belgium. A lot of countries in Europe see that we need to have this under control.’


    The Norwegian model, she says, is very different and very clear. “If you are an economic migrant, you are declined in Norway,” she says. “We send people back to Afghanistan if they are not in need of protection; we send them back to Somalia if they are not in need of protection.” Isn’t this a rather expensive process? “Yes, but it’s well worth it.” Police are also sent out to areas where illegal immigrants are suspected of living and working. “If we find them, we send them out. That has also decreased crime in Norway, that’s very good.”

    I ask Listhaug if she is getting used to being called cruel and heartless. How does it make her feel? Her response comes quickly: ‘I don’t give a damn,’ she says. She thinks her approach is right, and the consensus is wrong. And, as she says, an increasing number of other countries think the same. A new consensus might well be in the making.

    Norways tough-love approach to the refugee crisis | The Spectator


    Muslim ‘refugees’ reject free Norwegian apartments, demand houses


    March 3, 2017

    REFUGEES’ REJECT FREE NORWEGIAN APARTMENTS, DEMAND HOUSES

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    Modum, a small municipality in the south of Norway, is faced with an uprising of Syrian asylum seekers, who are angered by the community’s decision to house them for free in moderately sized student flats.
    In order to voice their protest against this ‘grave injustice’, the six Arab men involved in the revolt have recently rejected the apartments by refusing to sign contracts allowing them to reside in the flats, with total floor areas of up to 20 square meters.

    The Syrians, who claim te have fled the war in their homeland, are between 20 and 33 years of age. Abdulhadi Alkhalaf is one of the complainants. In Syria, the 31-year-old was working as a lawyer, and now he’s claiming “moral rights“, Document reports using Bygdeposten as a source. Alkhalaf:
    “It is unfair that others are getting houses or apartments. We still live in an asylum centre and aspire to get ahead in life. We’d like to get a fresh start as soon as possible and thus we need real houses. We don’t want to appear unhappy and demanding, but we are simply very impatient to move on.”
    ‘Please don’t cry’

    An official from the Modum municipality, which is located in Buskerud county near Oslo, denies any wrongdoing in offering the flats.
    We understand that it is a big transition for Syrians from the upper social strata to inhabit micro-apartments, but they’re equipped with central heating, water, electricity, a kitchen, and a washing machine. Furthermore, they are conveniently located near a public transport hub.”
    The students who normally live in the apartments, the official points out, have to pay for them themselves, while the ‘refugees’ inhabit them for free.

    https://gellerreport.com/2017/03/muslim-refugees-reject-free-norwegian-apartments-demand-houses.html/

    THIS^^^ shows the true nature of the refugees. They act like they are fleeing for their lives and are desperate for 'help' to survive. Then once they enter the host country, they begin DEMANDING entitlements and special treatment.


    I look at how the Vietnamese refugees acted when they flooded into Los Angeles. They were gracious and thankful. They put their heads down and worked hard. They took on difficult jobs, worked 20 hour days and sent their kids to school to attain an American Education. The kids excelled because of the work ethic and the desire to improve their lives.

    Many of the Vietnamese were Buddhists and had temples built in Los Angeles. But they did NOT require the other locals to change their ways to accommodate them. They practiced their religion without making demands upon others. They were inclusive and welcoming.


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    Here is a very good article discussing the tension/friction between Euro countries over this issue of refugees:

    Debate flies over low asylum figures

    January 5, 2018

    Debate flies over low asylum figures




    Immigration and Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug was predictably delighted by confirmation of the lowest numbers of asylum seekers arriving in Norway since 1995. Others claimed a wealthy country like Norway has no reason to be proud that it’s not offering refuge to many more people who need it.


    Minister takes credit
    The trend pleases government minister Listhaug, who, along with her conservative Progress Party, has long advocated restrictive immigration policy and “strict but fair” asylum guidelines. “In addition to the border controls down in Europe, we have tightened immigration policy and been clear in our communication that you can’t remain in Norway if you don’t have a right to protection,” Listhaug told newspaper Dagsavisen on Friday.


    Listhaug all but boasted over Norway’s low arrival numbers compared to those in Sweden, which she said took in more than 25,000 asylum seekers last year. “Since Sweden lies nearly as far north as Norway, it can’t be only the closed borders (in Southern Europe) that are the reason so few are coming (to Norway),” said Listhaug as she apparently sought credit for the low numbers she wants. “Policy, signals and clear communication are also important.”

    Sweden, unlike Norway, is a member of the EU, however, and obligated to take in more asylum seekers relocated from Greece and Italy. The refusal of other EU members such as Poland and Hungary to take in their allotted share of refugees has added to the burden on other EU members as well, and even set off threats of sanctions against Poland.



    Several opposition politicians in Parliament were not proud of Norway’s low arrivals numbers. “There aren’t fewer people who need protection in the world,” said Karin Andersen, an MP for the Socialist Left party (SV). She called the low numbers “a result of closed borders around Europe and within Europe,” adding “that’s the sad side of this.”
    Andersen and several other MPs, also within the centrist Christian Democrats and Liberal parties, want Listhaug and the rest of the Norwegian government to take in more refugees already registered by the UN and languishing in camps waiting for resettlement. “The capacity in the refugee camps is at the bursting point,” Andersen told Dagsavisen. “Norway must do more to strengthen asylum rights internationally. We can’t be a passive observer to what’s playing out in Europe. It’s in everyone’s best interests that the shared responsibility (for refugees) is more fair.”

    SO THE REST OF THE COUNTRIES ARE ANGRY AT NORWAY, HUNGARY AND POLAND FOR NOT ALLOWING THE INVADERS IN>

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    The EU isn't all that "tight" anyways.

    IF they were, then there would not have been a "Brexit."

    But, I do expect further fraying of the EU, as a few of the nations fall under Islam, and, the philosophy of Islam is completely contrary to that of the old European Democracies.


    Norway is just getting in front of the curve, as are a few other European Nations.

    Nations, such as Germany and France, haven't got the will to tell invading Muslims, "no," so they are attempting to use the POLITICS of the EU to force other Europeans to drink the Kool Aid.....
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    "Nations, such as Germany and France, haven't got the will to tell invading Muslims, "no," so they are attempting to use the POLITICS of the EU to force other Europeans to drink the Kool Aid....."



    Exactly...
    ​they are saying 'hey, if we have to take in all of these heathen invaders, you need to share the load'....

    Norway, Poland and Hungary are holding tight and shutting down the borders.

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