Sunday, July 2, 2017

This Week in Europe

Hat tip Gates of Vienna

Here is a series of developments around Europe as posted this week by my friends at Gates of Vienna. We begin with Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders making his case in the Parliament for a crackdown on Islamic radicals in his country. His opponents in the Parliament including Prime Minister Mark Rudde, continue to bury their heads in the sand.

Meanwhile in Poland, another sensible official representing a country that has the sense to say "No" to the mass migration of uninvited people, explains that Poland has no moral responsibility to admit anybody. Here is Polish MP Aleksander Kaczynski.

But returning to Western Europe, the rampage and bloodshed continues.

A Muslim from Tunisia confessed to brutally murdering an elderly Austrian couple to show his anger toward the country he chose to settle in and the Austrian Freedom Party.

Linz, Austria

In Lucerne, Switzerland,a  17-year-old boy was attacked by a mob of migrants and beaten nearly blind.

And all the while, Abdallah Zekri, an Algerian-born French citizen from some agency dedicated to fighting "Islamophobia", implied that  assimilation is a crime against humanity.

In summary, while this mass migration of Muslims from the Middle East and Africa has brought terrorism, crime and welfare costs to Europe, the idea of assimilation is considered an affront. Meanwhile, Western European leaders deny the problem and Eastern Europeans stand up and tell the EU that they want no part of it all.

I hope Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic lead another wave of exits from the EU.

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