"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Friday, December 29, 2017

Refugee Crisis: Berlin now needs a special ‘protection zone’ for women during New Year’s Eve

Refugee Crisis: Berlin now needs a special ‘protection zone’ for women during New Year’s Eve 
ALSO, Parts of London are being labelled ‘no-go zones’ for delivery drivers because of the volume of acid and knife attacks.

After the attacks on hundreds of women during New Year’s Eve 2015 in Cologne, Berlin created a special protection zone for women.
The so-called “Women’s Safety Area” is a retreat for women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted. A spokesman of the organisation behind Berlin’s New Year’s Eve party says:
“We’ve had few problems in Berlin in the past, but what happened in Cologne is clearly affecting us”

In front of one of the white tents are two security employees and inside are people who are trained in crisis intervention, like psychologists. The camp will be used to help victims of sexual assault and to encourage them to report cases to the police.
Last year, there were 23 registered cases of sexual assault during New Year’s Eve in Berlin. During the 2015/2016 New Year’s Eve celebrations in Cologne at least 500 cases were reported by women. According to police, mostly migrant men were responsible for harassing and assaulting women.

Parts of London are being labelled ‘no-go zones’ for delivery drivers because of the volume of acid and knife attacks. 
Hackney, Camden, Stoke Newington, Bethnal Green, Stratford and Elephant & Castle were also listed among the danger zones.
London has a higher number of acid attacks per person than any city in the world.
According to The Sun, delivery drivers are now slashing their hours and refusing to operate in parts of the capital – gangs are targeting them for their mopeds, holding them up at knife point or spraying acid in their faces.
It’s absolutely shocking that in Britain’s capital criminal gangs can roam the streets carrying acid with impunity. The Met faces £400m cuts, more than half of London’s police stations are set to close and people go all year without seeing a police officer on the beat. This government clearly can’t keep the public safe.

Sweden: Fourth woman gang raped in two months in migrant bastion of Malmö

Another woman has been attacked and gang raped by several men in the Swedish city of Malmö.
The rape occurred on Thursday night and police were alerted by the victim at 1 am, early Friday morning. Police say the rape was classified as a “gross crime” and that the assault followed the same pattern as the previous gang rape.
According to Malmö police president Nils Norling, a report was registered of a “serious rape”, of a victim over 18-years-old.
Police have searched an area in Högaholm with a special dog for semen. The victim was taken to hospital but had no severe injuries.
This is the fourth gang rape in Malmö in less than two months. Media say the first three victims were teenage girls:
The first rape took place on November 4: A girl was raped by several men after a party in Segevång, northern Malmö
Over a week later, a girl was gang raped at a bus stop in Södervärn, central Malmö.
In mid-December, a 17-year-old girl was beaten and raped by several men at a playground in Sofielund in central Malmö.
On 19 december, hundreds took to the streets of the city in southern Sweden to protest, after police told women to stay indoors after dark.
Since at least a decade, Malmö has a serious migrant crime problem and recent reports say the city has at least three no-go zones.

‘Accept the Will of the People on Migration, Culture, or Hit the Road’: Orbán Tells Europe’s Leaders

 Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Europeans are “asserting their will” by supporting leaders who reject mass migration and support Christian foundations, and gave a warning to politicians who deny the “natural order of democracy”.

The conservative Fidesz party leader told Kossuth Radio’s listeners that 2.3 million Hungarians took part in the national consultation against the George Soros-backed pro-mass migration plan, and Mr. Orbán now intends to spend the next few months convincing his opponents that Europe is right to protect her borders and her culture.
Asked by the 180 Minutes host what made him think that after two years, since the migrant crisis, progressive leaders would listen now, Mr. Orbán said: “Because in the meantime elections are being held in Europe.”
Those who argue for a “mixed population” and to “abolish societies based on national and Christian foundations” in favour of living in multicultural societies “are continually losing ground in national elections”, he observed.
“European people… will assert their will. Look at the elections that have been held in Europe over the last few months. And I think that this process will intensify.
“So we must hold out until Western Europeans follow the Central Europeans by becoming strong enough to use their democratic institutions, their elections, to force their leaders to pursue a policy which people favour and support a policy which rejects immigration,” said the prime minister.
Predicting in 2016 that the following year would be the ‘year of rebellion‘ when citizens would vote against the establishment, the conservative noted that even the elections of progressive EU federalists Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel showed evidence of the disruption to the system.
In France, “the entire political elite was swept away” and likewise in Germany, which he noted is three months without a government post-election, “immigration has changed the balance of political power”. 
Elsewhere in Europe, the growth of populism and resurgence of conservatism – both celebrated as on the wane by the mainstream media – has been witnessed in 2017 with rising support for the Dutch Party for Freedom; the Czech Republic electing Eurosceptic Andrej Babiš as prime minister; the collapse in the polls of the establishment PD party in Italy; and Poland and Hungary’s conservative governments seeing record support.
Notably, the establishment Austrian People’s Party moved to the right resulting in a conservative-populist coalition with the Freedom Party of Austria.
“In Austria this is the new reality,” the Hungarian prime minister told listeners, adding that he was “counting on” Austria aligning herself with the Visegrád Group.
Saying that Europe’s leaders cannot remain far from the will of the people, Prime Minister Orbán said: “The people have not moved closer to their leaders, but those leaders have been forced to acknowledge that if they persist in the approach they’ve been following they’ll be forced to up sticks and hit the road.
“This process is now taking place as we watch. I am sure that sooner or later the will of European people and the policy of their leaders must come together and once more align with each other.
“This is the natural order of democracy. At times, perhaps, there can be a certain gap between the will of the people and the aims of their leaders, but in the long run, a wide gap will be unsustainable.”



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