Persection of Christians – week 27

2018-06-03 During the last year and a half the Myanmar military have bombed 60 churches and turned some of them into Buddhist pagodas. The Kachin people who are 95% Christian are beaing treatened increasingly worse. Murders and rape have occured. 2018-07-04 A spirituality center for Franciscan nuns in the southern Philippines were raided by both police…

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Dead children in the media

LIBYA. You would have to be a monster not to feel distressed when you see hurt or dead children. But when media make a whole show of it it becomes obvious that their burst of emotions (I’m looking at you, Rachel Maddow) has more to do with manipulation to push a political agenda instead of…

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Islamization step by step

SWEDEN. The mosque in Växjö, which has connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, has increased the demands step by step during the years. From a small wooden mosque to one built in stone for the cost of 60 million kronor (ca $6 696 500) paid by Kuwait and United Arab Emirate. Then there was the call to prayer…

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Playgrounds for adults

SWEDEN. Faradj Koliev, a representative for The Socialdemocratic Party in parliament, wants to build playgrounds for adults in Solna, Stockholm. He got the idea when he was at the playground with his daughter and another parent said that it would be fun if they could play too. After a visit to adult playgrounds in San…

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In labour and 100 km to the hospital

SWEDEN. The maternity ward in Sollefteå were closed some years ago to save money and now there’s often stories in the news about women forced to give birth in their car on the way to the closest hospital. Superhigh taxes, but there is no money for womens and childrens health and safety. Sandra was pregnant…

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Welcome to the socialist utopia!

SWEDEN. I just love this video by Angry Foreigner. He gets it exactly right!

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The mess we’re in

SWEDEN. Malmö is Swedens third biggest city and has about 330 000 inhibitants. It used to be known for having a continental feeling due to it’s closeness to Europe, but now Malmö have risen to international fame because of antisemitism, criminality, many immigrants (43%) and a lack of money. The shooting at June 18 wasn’t…

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Terror attacks increase in Africa

AFRICA. The report Changing Patterns in Terrorism and the Threat to Business, Control Risks by African Analysis at Control Risks show that terror is on the rise in the sub-Saharan countries. The factors behind them are complex and involve conflicts related to religion, tribes, politics, the military and more. In the countries where the army have been able to…

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Radicalization in Nyköping

SWEDEN. The district of Brandkärr, also called Little Mogadishu since many of the recidents come from Somalia, in the town Nyköping is on it’s way to become a society within society. A new report show that the area is getting more radicalized, even though I would use the word islamicized.  The report is based on…

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Migrants are coming

EUROPE. About 80 000-100 000 migrants are walking through the Balkans on a new smuggling route. Only 20% are refugees and the others are economic migrants whereof many families. It have been estimated that they come from 45 different countries. The new route goes from Greece through Albania, Montenegro and Serbia to Bosnia and thereafter…

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Feminist bookstore close due to white supremacy

USA. The feministic bookstore In Other Words in Portland will be closing by the end of June due to a lack of funds and volunteers to run the store. But the board have another explanation for their problems.  They have decided that it has turned out to be unsustainable to carry on selling books ,…

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Somali teens beat man in the head with brick

USA. The population of Somalis have skyrocketed in the last couple of years in Lewiston and the neighbouring towns and they have been described by the media as saviours. Now the schools have pupils from 34 languages and 1/4 students go to ELL class which is for those who speak none to bad english. But…

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A mothers touch

SWEDEN. Former Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, the schmuck who held the Open Your Hearts-speech and said that we could take in many immigrants because when he flew over Sweden he saw so much space where people could live, has opened his mouth again to enrich us with his wisdom.  The way to handle gangs, drugs,…

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Long wait to see a dentist

SWEDEN. When hundreds of thousands immigrants came here a couple of years ago (which doesn’t mean that the borders are closed now) many wondered how this was going to work out practically. How would a system adjusted for the number of Swedes cope with all of these people? Anybody with a sense of logic understand…

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Facts & feelings

SWEDEN. I had planned to write about this, but then I saw Henrik Jönssons video and he sums up the situation in a great way. It’s about Joakim Ruists study, that I have mentioned before, that showed the cost of immigration. He was interviewed on SVT-news and the journalists political bias was obvious. To suggest…

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Using children as translators

SWEDEN. A small survey answered by those working in social services and health care centres show that it’s more common than was believed that children translate for their parents at meetings. 48% of the respondents said that it has happened that a child has translated for the parent at an unplanned meeting. It occured in…

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Muslims demands & gets special treatment

USA. The Geller report have written several times about muslims in USA that demand different kinds of special treatment because of their religion. The latest one was about muslims at Amazon who demonstrated earlier this week because their supervisors didn’t change the working conditions during ramadan. They claimed that the workload was unfair and dangerous. I can…

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Much disputed law passed

SWEDEN. The Swedish Parliament decided today to pass the so called high school-law that gives recidence permit to 9000 unaccompanied minors from Afghanistan that doesn’t have any need to stay for protection. Those who applied for asylum before 24 November 2015, turned 18 while waiting for notification and are studying on high school (gymnasium) are beneficiaries.…

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Camel Centre declares bankrupcy

One way of finding work for immigrants and try to integrate them is to start different projects that are funded by the state. And when the money runs out, the involved go back to unemployment. One of these Projects was The Camel Centre in Gothenburg that offered camels milk (with urine?), learning how to ride…

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Hard numbers on immigration

So far this year, from january first to the first of may, 52.723 immigrants been granted permission to stay permanently in Sweden. This includes asylum seekers, students, those moving from countries in the EU, scientists, adopted children and 15.589 relatives of migrants that have been here for a bit longer. The Department of Finance released…

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Wave of migrants hits Slovenia

Barbara4u2c report on a new wave of self-declared refugees heading for the balkans and her homeland of Slovenia.

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A law for multiculturalism

In 1965, in association with the raceriots in the US, Tage Erlander, leader of The Social Democratic Party (S) and Prime minister for many years, said: Us Swedes live in a infinitely more fortunate situation. Our countrys population is homogeneous, not only when it comes to race, but also in several other regards.  Back then…

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The muslim refugee rape epidemic

This is something that you just have to watch!

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The state of Sweden

There’s so many news about bad and crazy things in Sweden that I could write all day and still not cover it all. Like children at an elementary school in Luleå that saw an armed man and found ammunition on their schoolyard and therefore hid inside while heavily armed police searched outside. Helicopters were hovering…

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Why female immigrants don’t get jobs

Last week I read an interview in a small, local swedish newspaper with a somali woman who said a couple of things that I found interesting. – I know several people that can’t speak swedish. They have been here for ten years. This isn’t uncommon when it comes to immigrants, no matter what country they…

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