1. The Polish people have asked the French to join them this year in their annual anti-Islamification march which numbers in seven figures.
FRENCH police have fired tear gas at migrants who have been throwing stones at them as authorities prepare to dismantle the Calais Jungle Camp.
Pointing out that “certain member states fail to protect the EU’s external borders despite being obliged to do so”, “calm and legal” procedures are necessary to handle the migrant situation, such as establishing hotspots outside the EU. “It’s much more humane if we don’t allow them in, this is what I proposed”, the Prime Minister argued, claiming that the European Commission has “duped” nation-states with the quota proposal.
Mr. Orbán also made clear Hungary’s standpoint on EU-Ukraine relations, insisting that the country is “fully compliant” to all requirements for granting visa-free travel, which should take place as soon as possible.
It is likely that PM Orban worked with the Visegrad Four, which includes Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, to accomplish this push-back against the European Union's attempt to flood all of Europe with hostile Muslim migrants.
British laws allowing for the deportation of migrants who exhibit “extremist behaviour” may contravene a United Nations convention on refugees rights, the general assembly of that body is to hear.
In a speech slamming national governments for their reticence over open borders, the UN official responsible for reporting on counter-terrorism, Ben Emmerson QC, is set to single out the UK for setting restrictions on taking in migrants who may be a threat, a policy which he says stokes public fears of terrorism, The Guardian has reported.
This might go a long way to explaining the position of the Visegrad Four in item 3.
Even the Brothers Grimm could not have imagined this one.
ISIS terrorists put 250 children through a dough kneader and killed six men by burning them alive in an oven, according to a shocking new report.
The sick jihadis killed children, the eldest was just four years old, in an industrial dough kneader in the Syrian town of Duma.
In a chilling testimony, one Syrian woman spoke of “Christians being killed and tortured, and of children being beheaded in front of their parents.”
Speaking to Dr Yvette Isaac, from advocacy charity Roads to Success, Alice Assaf said: “Our neighbour came in and said: ‘Umm Issa, they have taken many girls about 300 girls. They were taken to Duma. Many of them were Christians and few were Alawites.
And virtually no Christians or Alawites will end up on Western refugee lists.