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Charlie Hebdo Under Fire for Cartoons of Drowned Syrian Kid

By: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published a number of cartoons in its latest issue that depict the drowning of a Syrian refugee child, raising the ire of newspaper commentators and social media users around the world. A photo taken earlier this month of a lifeless three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, washed ashore a Turkish beach, […]

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French Police Searching Calais Refugee Camps for “Refugee” Plotting Jihad Terror Attack in U.K.

By: But remember: if you’re concerned about jihad terrorists among the refugees, you’re a racist, bigoted “Islamophobe.” “Syrian ISIS suspect ‘is sleeping rough in Calais refugee camps in the hope of sneaking into the UK to wage terror,’” by Tom Kelly and John Hall, MailOnline, September 10, 2015: A frantic manhunt is underway for […]

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Muslim Refugees Get Delivered Aid Boxes… What They Do with Them Will Make You Furious

By: [youtube] Yesterday on the Macedonian border, ISIL extremists disguised as migrants refused humanitarian aid because it was not HALAL because of Red Cross on the boxes. They said they would accept only humanitarian aid which was HALAL, with the green Islamic crescent on it. ISIL extremists disguised as migrants suspect that the […]

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Islam’s Conquest of Europe

By: “Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide,” wrote James Burnham in his 1964 “Suicide of the West.” Burnham predicted that the mindless magnanimity of liberals, who subordinate the interests of their own people and nations to utopian and altruistic impulses, would bring about an end to Western civilization. Was he wrong? Consider what […]

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Good Idea! Government Places Ads Advising Asylum Seekers Not to Come to Denmark

By: Invasion of Europe news…. From the International Business Times: Denmark is warning would-be Syrian asylum seekers that Copenhagen’s new center-right government has made it harder for refugees to find safety in the Nordic country. Ads targeting refugees that appeared Monday in Lebanese newspapers says asylum seekers will get fewer social benefits, may not […]

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U.N. Wants Europe to Take 200,000 Permanent Refugees; Poland says Stop the Illegal Flow First! U.K. Buckles!

By: As EU leaders meet today to discuss the migrant crisis overwhelming Europe, the UN ups the number of refugees it is demanding that European countries permanently resettle. By the way, in 2014 the UN was demanding that all western countries (not Gulf Arab states and not communist Russia or China!) take 130,000 permanent […]

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“Hundreds” of Migrants Target Tunnel

By: Nightly incursions are having knock-on effects for services the next day Incursions by “hundreds” of migrants into the Eurotunnel terminal in France have become a nightly occurrence, the cross-Channel rail operator has said. Passenger and freight services were again hit by delays on Friday as the firm tried to run services on one […]

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Russia Will Knock Out U.S. Missile Shield Installations If Attacked

By: If attacked, Russia will respond with retaliatory strikes at US missile defense installations wherever they may be in the world, Russia’s former Strategic Missile Forces’ commander warned on Tuesday. “Any military facility of the US global missile shield will become a primary target of a Russian counterattack in the event of a military […]

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Italian Police Seize Mafia Assets Worth $2.95b in Gambling Sting

By: Italian police say they have seized assets worth $2.95 billion belonging to a powerful organised crime syndicate in the latest sting against the Mafia. The assets snatched from the ‘Ndrangheta Mafia, which controls much of Europe’s cocaine trade, included more than 1,500 betting shops, 82 online gambling sites and almost 60 companies, as […]

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Lufthansa Flight Has Near-Miss with Drone Near Warsaw

By: A Lufthansa plane with 108 passengers on board nearly collided with a drone as it approached Warsaw’s main airport on Monday afternoon, the airline said on Tuesday. The drone came within 100 metres (330 feet) of the Embraer plane when the Munich to Warsaw flight was at a height of about 760 metres, […]

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Was Greece Always Part of the Plan?

By: Since its inception, critics of the eurozone have been pointing to its incomplete nature — everyone uses the same money but keeps their own national budgets and tax regimes — and speculating that this “fatal flaw” would doom the system. Other observers, however, gave the euro’s creators more (Machiavellian) credit and assumed the […]

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Impact of U.S. Autistic Foreign Policies in the Balkans: Part II Bosnia

By: Bosnia in the News Again: Srebrenica Twentieth Anniversary July 11, 2015 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre (a war crime) converted into genocide by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague. This court with scandalous protocol is designed to achieve a political objective to convict, e.g. no […]

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Italy Court Jails 11 Ex-Pirelli Executives for Asbestos Deaths

By: An Italian court on Wednesday handed out jail sentences to 11 former officials of multinational tyre maker Pirelli for the asbestos-related deaths of 24 employees who had worked in the group’s factories. The Milan court sentenced the former company executives to serve from three to seven years and eight months in prison over […]

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By: The number of migrants seeking protection in the European Union soared by 68 percent in the first five months of 2015 compared with the year-earlier period, the EU said on Wednesday at a time of haggling between member states over how to share the burden. EU ministers responsible for migrant issues will meet […]

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In Venice, the Irony of Marxist Art for the Super Rich

By: Gone are the days when modern art used sex to earn your embarrassed attention. The latest Venice Biennale shows that to get international visibility these days, contemporary art must play with something much hotter: politics. The Venice show, curated by Nigerian Okwui Enwezor, has brought together dozens of artists who, by different means […]

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