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#11 *JB*

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Posted 17 December 2018 - 01:41 PM


Swedish Prime Minister Wants To Deploy Army In No-Go Zones 


 

 
Swedens murder rate has been relatively low over the years, but thanks to the migrant crisis, police are powerless in many areas across the country. 
 
Last year 300 shootings occurred, 40 people were killed. The new year has begun with new launches. We see criminals with total lack of respect for human life, its a terrible development Im determined to turn around, he added.
 

 

People are shot to death in pizza restaurants, people are killed by hand grenades they find on the street, Akesson said in parliament on Wednesday.

 

This is the new Sweden; the new, exciting dynamic, multicultural paradise that so many here in this assembly have fought to create for so many years, he said sarcastically. 

 

https://www.zerohedg...rmy-no-go-zones

 


I lived in Malmo for three years. Great city and atmosphere... populous loved it.

Went back fo visit 2 years ago, my friends could not hide their disgust for the government. They were ... when I lived there ... BIG socialists, but NO more
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Posted 21 March 2019 - 08:10 AM

Upstart Populist Party Shocks In Dutch-Election-Upset, 2 Days After Utrecht Attack  

 

Dutch voters have sent shock waves through Europe at the polls on Wednesday in the wake of Monday's deadly Utrecht terror shooting, in which a now detained 37-year old Turkish man went on a terrifying tram killing spree which left three dead and three injured. 

 

Euroskeptic party, Forum for Democracy (FvD), has emerged victorious in key provincial elections this week, paving the way to making it one of the two largest groups in the Dutch Senate, and representing growing Dutch frustration with the recent unprecedented refugee influx in Europe.    https://www.zerohedg...s-after-utrecht


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Posted Yesterday, 08:28 AM

Farage and the Charge of the Brexit Brigade  

 

Newly created "Brexit" political party leads in next month's EU elections

 

By branding his new party the “Brexit Party” he’s not mincing words. He knows that the majority of England (not the U.K.) outside of London are staunchly anti-EU.

 
He’s got his finger on the pulse of the English electorate, including that large percentage of Labour voters who also voted to Leave alongside the majority of Tories.     https://tomluongo.me...brexit-brigade/
 
Farage knows he has the right approach, politically, to unite the center-left and center-right of England into a very viable political force which can galvanize around this issue just like they did in 2016 to the chagrin and horror of the British Establishment.  
 
European Parliament voting intention:
 
BREX: 27%  
LAB: 22%
CON: 15%
GRN: 10%
LDEM: 9%
UKIP: 7%

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Defenders of the status quo are always stronger than reformers seeking change, 
UNTIL the status quo self-destructs from its own corruption, and the reformers are free to build on its ashes.