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Denmark is now paying foreigners to go home

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The Danish government has introduced a voluntary repatriation policy. This new law pays foreigners if they are prepared to return to their country of origin. A foreigner who is willing to leave Denmark might receive 127,517 DKR (Danish Krone) which is about 23,000 US dollars, and they would receive 38,000 DKR for every child of theirs leaving with them. Foreigners... 

Austria joins France in banning Muslim veils

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As part of his party’s plan to introduce a bill banning full-face veils, Austrian politician Heinz-Christian Strache posted on a social network an image of a young blonde woman with the phrase “Too beautiful for a veil.” The campaign was launched by the right-wing Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) leader and Member of Parliament Heinz-Christian Strache on... 

EU pays member states 6000 Euros for every immigrant brought in

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The European Commissioner, Cecilia Malmstrom is telling European Union countries to bring in more immigrants. The plan is to pay 6000 Euros for each refugee that is brought into Europe. “I am speaking on behalf of the European Commission in support of the reception and integration of refugees. EU states will receive 6000 euro support for each refugee taken... 

Germany needs more diversity – German president

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The 74 year-old German President, Joachim Gauck, has called on Germany to accept more of the policies that are causing Germans to become a minority in their own nation. “Our country needs immigration,” Gauck said at Bellevue Palace, according to Spiegel.de. “We do not lose if we accept diversity.” [...] “a great distance has already been covered.”... 

90% oppose Islam in Czech Republic – Poll

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According to Praguepost.com, 90% of the 18,000 Czechs that took part in the European election calculator EUvox consider Islam a threat to the Czech people. One third of Czech people strongly consider Islam a threat, but overall 90% of Czechs are opposed to it to a certain degree, with just 10% saying they did not oppose Islam. Michaela Vojtková, from the Academy... 

UK schools ban pork, replaces it with Muslim Halal Meat

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Production line: Chickens after ritual slaughter in a halal abattoir in Burgundy, France. Hundreds of schools have banned pork – sausages and bacon – and switched to halal only meat for meals even where Muslims are in the minority. Hundreds of UK schools have banned pork sausages and bacon and switched to halal only meat for meals even where Muslims... 

Subway fast food replaces pork with halal to please Muslims

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Nearly 200 Subway branches across the UK and Ireland have cut out ham and bacon, selling only halal meat, in response to demand from their multicultural customers. Fast food giant Subway has removed ham and bacon from almost 200 outlets, and switched to halal meat alternatives in an attempt to please its Muslim customers. It has confirmed turkey ham and turkey... 

Anti-Immigration Leaflet Sparks Call for Hate Crime Charges in Canada

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An anti-immigration leaflet being distributed in the Toronto suburb of Brampton has prompted calls for hate crime charges to be leveled against its creators, raising the prospect that harsh condemnation of immigration policy could now be considered a criminal offense in Canada. The flyer, which was produced and handed out by Immigration Watch Canada, shows... 

US Government Promoting Islam in Czech & other European countries

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The Czech government has approved a new project funded by the US State Department, which is trying to promote Islam to Czech public school children and convert them across the country and other European countries, such as France and Spain. The project which is called Muslims in the Eyes of Czech Schoolchildren is being financed with American taxes from a grant... 

Australians dislike diversity and are likely to segregate – study

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A new study conducted in Australia observed about 1,000 people in public places (sports settings, shopping centers, libraries). It found that Australians (white people) do not like “diversity” and naturally choose to be among other Australians. “Those from the English-speaking white majority group tended to interact predominately with other majority group... 

Riots break out in Tel Aviv between Israelis and Sudanese

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In the last few days violent racial riots broke out in Tel Aviv, something that has not been mentioned by the Western media. African migrants, mostly Sudanese, marched in the capital of Israel protesting against the government of Netanyahu. The reason for the protest was the demand for refugees to be given asylum in Israel and for the Israelis to stop treating... 

Crimean Tatars seek autonomous region on peninsula

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Delegates attend the assembly of Crimea Tatars in Bakhchisaray on March 29, 2014. Crimean Tatars say they will establish their own autonomous region on the Black Sea peninsula. According to a Saturday vote by the Crimean Tatars’ assembly, the 300,000-strong Muslim minority will seek “ethnic and territorial autonomy.” “In the life of every... 

Sweden Immigration Critics Get Home Visits From Thought Police

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Sweden was once wealthy, beautiful, and modern. But all that has changed. It has become as totalitarian as Saudi Arabia or Iran. Their immigration policies have overwhelmed the culture and the treasury of the Swedes. One U.N. report says that Sweden will soon be a third-world nation. The worse it gets, the more restrictions there are on freedom and speech.... 

Sharia law to be adopted into UK legal system for first time

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Sharia principles are to become enshrined in the UK legal system for the first time, with The Law Society publishing guidelines for drawing up documents according to Islamic rules, which would exclude non-believers and encroach on women’s rights. The new guidelines were produced by The Law Society earlier this month. Under the guidance, High Street solicitors... 

Kuwait pushing for entry in EU borderless Schengen Agreement

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Senior officials from Kuwait’s foreign and interior ministries have ended a twoday visit to Brussels after discussions and meetings with EU officials that focused on lifting of Schengen visa for Kuwaiti citizens. Ambassador Walid Alkhobaizi, director of Europe department at Kuwait’s Foreign Ministry, told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) and Kuwait TV that they... 
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