"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, January 5, 2018

IMMIGRATION CRISIS: Germany’s women are scared and avoid public spaces after migrant sex attacks

IMMIGRATION CRISIS: Germany’s women are scared and avoid public spaces after migrant sex attacks

The NYE sex attacks on Germany’s women have had devastating effects on their behaviour. During the New Year’s Eve celebrations at the end of 2015, at least 1,200 women were either sexually assaulted or raped. The incidents took place in Cologne and other German cities and the perpetrators were mostly migrant men.

According to police in several cities, fewer women were seen attending New Year’s Eve parties in public spaces this year. For example, in Germany’s third largest city Munich, fewer people were partying outside, but especially fewer women. On the other hand at many places such as the “Marienplatz” a lot of migrant men were visible.
In the city of Stuttgart, “significantly fewer women were celebrating at the Schlossplatz,” said Stuttgart’s police spokesman Olef Petersen. According to police in Hanover mostly men with a migrant background were seen on the streets, especially near the city’s station.
The same observations were made in large cities like Frankfurt and Hamburg. Only in Berlin were women in high attendance but it came at a price: The well secured party and fenced off party with even a special women’s only protection area, while well visited, was only brought about through Sharia like separation of the sexes.
Anxiety professor Borwin Bandelow says about this new phenomenon: “There are exaggerated fears that lead to avoidance behaviour, but in this case they are real. Women have to fear that something could happen to them during public celebrations. That is what Cologne showed.”
He adds: “As good as the news this year was: It was only possible under a massive police force – and because many women did not even celebrate.” The security of this holiday is “unfortunately very fragile”.
A study showed that the number of women feeling unsafe in public places has increased significantly in 2016: From 42 to 56 percent (Source: Allensbach Institute).

‘France cannot assimilate people who are hostile, demanding and conquering’ 

Jean Renaud Gabriel Camus is a French writer known for the idea of the Grand Remplacement (the “great replacement” in English), which says that replacement migration is taking place in France.
Camus Talks about how his country and Europe are being colonised by migrants and how Europe is the first continent that pays its actual colonisers.

New 800-pupil Islamic boys' school WILL be built in Blackburn

PLANS for a new Islamic boys school in Blackburn have been approved.
The Tauheedul Education Trust lodged a planning application with Blackburn with Darwen Council for an 800-pupil free school on the former cattle market in Sumner Street, Blackburn.
The demolition of existing buildings and the erection of a school and further education college with associated parking and landscaping would provide a permanent home for top-performing Tauheedul Islam Boys’ High School, which has been housed on a temporary site at the former Blakewater College in Shadsworth Road since it opened in 2012.

ISIS SHOCK warning: Terror network are not 'DEFEATED' and still a 'THREAT' to UK

ISIS is still a threat to the UK, the Royal Air Force officer in charge of the British air campaign against the grotesque terror network has warned.

Islamic State, also known as Daesh, still poses a threat to the UK, Air Commodore Roddy Dennis told Forces News.
He warned that has not been beaten yet and operations will continue “for some time” against the extremist group.
Iraq’s Prime Minister announced in December that the war against Islamic State was over and that Iraqi troops were now in complete control of the Iraqi-Syrian border, which contained the last few areas IS held.
Air Commodore Dennis said: “We are operating in Iraq and we’re there on the invitation of the government of Iraq so, of course, we want to see that progress.
ISIS Islamic State Iraq Syria Roddy Dennis UK 
ISIS is still a threat to the UK the RAF officer warned
But I think he was quite clear with his announcement that there was the liberation of Iraq but Daesh aren’t defeated yet.”The RAF officer added that ISIS are still a threat to the UK.
He said: “They still present a threat to the UK so operations are continuing and I think they will for some time.”
The terror group was defeated in Iraq and removed from their headquarters in Syria last year.

The jihadist group had seized large swathes of Syria and Iraq in 2014 when it proclaimed a "caliphate" and imposed its rule over some 10 million people.
The UK has launched airstrikes and trained Iraqi forces in the battle against ISIS since Britain got involved in the fight in 2014.
Air Commodore Dennis added that British forces are “absolutely focused” on defeating the extremist group.
He said: “We’re absolutely focused, as this awful terrorist organisation that they are, to do whatever we can as part of a whole government effort to defeat Daesh and really remove that threat from the UK.”



  1. Tell me about it. Can you imagine when it gets really bad?

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