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Old 15-11-2018, 09:25 AM   #81
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Sweden: Green Party Suggests Confiscating Citizens’ Homes to Give Them to Migrants
Proposal to “evacuate people who have too large housing”
Paul Joseph Watson
PrisonPlanet.com
November 14, 2018

The Green Party in Sweden has suggested confiscating the homes of citizens and giving them to migrants if the property is deemed to be too large or if the owner has more than one residence.

Blogger Katerina Janouch reveals how the party wanted to introduce a new law which would allow “Municipalities to seize housing to give them refugees.”

Under the proposal, authorities would be able to “evacuate people who have too large housing,” for example “couples where the children moved home or cohabited where the partner has a residence elsewhere.”

Under any such legislation, homeowners wouldn’t even be compensated, whereas before the government would have had to pay them at least 125% market value.

After attracting controversy, the proposal was apparently withdrawn. A list of names of people who were liable to have their homes confiscated was also reportedly circulated, although in the article it’s not clear whether this occurred in Sweden or Norway.

The Green Party is by no means a fringe force in Swedish politics, being a minority member of the country’s coalition government.
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Old 19-11-2018, 04:01 PM   #82
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The Terrible Truth About the UN Migration Compact

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UNDERCOVER: NGOs teaching migrants to lie
12/02/2018

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Old 03-12-2018, 05:55 PM   #84
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UN Migration Pact will flood Europe with 59 million migrants, MEP warns
By Voice of Europe 30 November 2018

Janice Atkinson MEP: A Call to Action!

UK and EU citizens, get your heads out of the Brexit shambles long enough to write a letter to your heads of state before its too late!

The UN Migration Compact explained by Janice Atkinson MEP. The compact will be signed on 11/12 December if we don’t do something now! May, Merkel, Macron and other leaders will sign this and bind our countries to a no borders agreement.

Watch the video below to learn about the UN Migration Compact and why we need to send letters to our heads of state to tell them NOT to sign this disastrous compact!



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Old 12-12-2018, 01:28 PM   #85
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Macron’s Woefully Inadequate Concessions
Stephen Lendman
3 hours ago

Ignore what politicians say. Follow only what they do. Their policies speak for themselves. Macron is a former Rothschild banker/economy minister beholden to monied interests. His Monday address left his anti-populist agenda unchanged.

He’s well aware of Mayer Amschel Rothschild once explaining that nations are dominated by controlling their money, the key tool in benefitting privileged interests at the expense of ordinary people.

It’s the supreme power above all others. The Fed, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank, and central bank to member central banks Bank of International Settlements (BIS) have enormous powers far greater than most people imagine.

They operate like the shadowy world of Mafia dons, ruling the world by controlling money, Macron and other world leaders like him beholden to what benefits monied interests at the expense of the general welfare.

That’s what weeks of Yellow Vest rage in France is all about. State-sponsored neoliberal harshness-enforced social injustice is the root cause of what’s going on.

Unacceptably high fuel taxes are symbolic of the overriding issue. French activists want liberte, egalite, and fraternite for real, not woefully inadequate gestures, what Macron presented in his Monday nationwide address.

National Rally party leader Marine Le Pen called his Monday address little more than a “strategic retreat”, adding:

He “refuses to admit that his (neoliberal) management model is being challenged. This model represents excessive globalization, unfair competition, (and unfair) free trade” - failing to address the root cause of protests.
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Old 12-12-2018, 06:22 PM   #86
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Honest debate needed about legacy of Israel’s expulsion of the Palestinians – Ken Livingstone
Ken Livingstone is an English politician, he served as the Mayor of London between 2000 and 2008. He is also a former MP and a former member of the Labour Party.
Published time: 10 Dec, 2018 17:53

Having fought to get a deal between the IRA and Britain for over a decade before that was achieved, I can’t see any difference with the current situation in between Israelis and Palestinians in the Middle East.

Israel is just under a year away from its next election. The prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, came close to being forced out of office last month when his coalition partner, the defense minister Avigdor Lieberman, resigned his position. Lieberman’s resignation was triggered by Netanyahu’s refusal to launch a more brutal attack against the Palestinians following their alleged rocket attacks against Israel.

Lieberman’s defection left Netanyahu’s coalition with just a majority of one in the 120-member Israeli parliament. Whilst most expected Netanyahu’s government to collapse, so far he has managed to hang on and it looks like he will be the first Israeli government for thirty years to serve out its full term although there are current police investigations of allegations of corruption against both the prime minister and his wife.

All this takes place against a background of a massive ramping up of controversy around the Israeli government. President Trump’s decision to switch the American embassy to Jerusalem caused international controversy and so far only the government of Guatemala has taken the same decision, although the strongly pro-Israel prime minister of Australia is planning to do the same thing. Whilst this caused massive media coverage there was much less reporting of Trump’s decision to cut all US funding for the UN’s support for Palestinian refugees which will have a devastating effect for five million Palestinians whose schools, social services, and health care have been funded by this UN programme.
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Old 19-01-2019, 11:52 AM   #87
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There seems to be a lot of awareness in israel of how MASS immigration can completely change the demographics of a country with drastic implications for culture, language, way of life, values, quality of life, security and many of the other things we hold dear. For some a country is more than a thing that you can financially exploit for your own gain. For some a land is their mother who they have a deep love for. Some people love the very bones of the land they live upon. So why has there been so much zionist influence then in flooding immigrants into europe? Has the role of IsraelAid for example really been about trying to deflect immigrants away from israel and into europe instead? When europeans see that going on how do you think it makes them feel?

This israeli historian says "I do not see how we get out of it" but let me offer some suggestions:

1) stop the jewish neocons from destroying other countries through warfare thereby displacing people
2) stop the central bankers from indebting countries and instead forgive third world debt
3) stop taking he brightest and the best people from other countries and instead let them improve their own countries
4) stop spreading identity politics through neo-marxist movements and professors that is creating an 'us and them' mindset across the west
5) stop shipping migrants out of africa and the middle east on NGO boats. Also if migrants are paying 10-15 thousand pounds to people smugglers then how are they affording that? Clearly someone else is paying the smugglers so stop them from doing that!
6) seek to help people in their country of origin instead of shipping them into the west. if you destroy europe through mass immigration and israel falls then where are you going to go? America? That's hardly a stable place any more either as thanks to the fake-left it is teetering on civil war

'Jewish state' will soon cease to exist, Israelis may flee to West: Zionist historian

Andrew Cheetham
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'Influential Zionist historian Benny Morris, professor of the Middle East studies department of the Israeli Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, has foreseen a bleak future for the Zionist establishment. "Already today there are more Arabs than Jews between the [Mediterranean] sea and the Jordan. The whole territory is unavoidably becoming one state with an Arab majority," said Morris in an interview published by the Israeli Haaretz newspaper on Thursday. "Israel still calls itself a Jewish state, but a situation in which we rule an occupied people that has no rights, can not persist in the 21st century, in the modern world. And as soon as they do have rights, the state will no longer be Jewish," added Morris. "I do not see how we get out of it."
https://www.davidicke.com/article/51...nist-historian
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:18 PM   #88
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‘Pro-migration politicians continue to run amok’: Hungary’s FM rails against Brussels
Published time: 5 Feb, 2019 15:06 Edited time: 6 Feb, 2019 09:17

After blocking a Brussels backed migration proposal, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó spoke out against EU leaderships’ attempt to enforce consensus, staunchly maintaining his country’s “zero tolerance” migration policy.

Szijjártó told reporters he had vetoed the draft Joint Declaration prepared for the upcoming EU - Arab league summit at the end of the month because it was based on the UN Global Compact for Migration which Hungary rejected last year.

“[The compact] cannot be incorporated. It would only trigger another wave of migration and neglect the rights of those who want to live peacefully in their own country,” Szijjártó stated.

He made clear that his government would never support an agreement referring to the compact, which he says was adopted to facilitate migration in spite of security concerns and without consensus. He believes that the legislation discussed at Monday’s meeting in Brussels was “stealthily trying to push through and make the UN migration pact a reference point,” despite Budapest’s objections.

While the compact was officially endorsed by the UN at the end of last year, 5 member nations voted against the bill, and dozens abstained. Hungary has since maintained that without “unanimous agreement” by UN members, the document cannot be used as a point of reference.

Needless to say, other EU members present at the meeting were less than thrilled that Hungary had outright rejected a document which they saw as a compromise.

“The Hungarian government has rejected far-reaching compromise proposals for ideological reasons and has isolated itself with this blockade in the EU circle,” a diplomat in attendance said, according to German press agency DPA.

Szijjártó retorted that while Hungary’s isolation has long been a “pipe-dream” for pro-migration politicians, “Anyone who says no to migration will continue to be our ally.”
https://www.rt.com/news/450708-pro-m...ampaign=chrome
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