1. Iranian Canadians in Toronto, concerned about federal Liberal MP encouraging closer relations with Iran:
“Iranian expatriates say they are worried a terrorist organization is being welcomed into Canada and may even be infiltrating the country with “spies” with support from a local politician.
“The fear is real. The threat is real,” said Richmond Hill resident Faramarz Shiravand. “The regime doesn’t joke around."
In a letter sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week, several Richmond Hill residents said they do not want to be represented by someone who is “working in the interest of a foreign country.””
As a point of interest, Justin Trudeau’s brother Sasha, has made anti-Western propaganda with Iranian state media, Press TV.
2. Finland makes Soviet style TV commercials to recruit children to turn in their parents for wrong-think
Note: The lion is the symbol of Finland, and therefore of the state.
3. Germany introduces another ineffective and dangerous tactic to protect women from aggressive migrants at clubs and bars.
4. Marine le Pen’s party in France now in the lead for the French Presidential elections
“The populist leader of the National Front had between 25 percent and 26 percent support compared with 23 percent to 25 percent for Republican candidate Francois Fillon, according to an Ipsos Sopra Steria poll for Cevipof and Le Monde. In mid December, Fillon led with about 28 percent and Le Pen around 25 percent.”
Many analysts, including Julian Assange in his interview with Sean Hannity, claimed that people lied to the pollsters in the run up to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump.
If this logic holds true in France, it could mean a massive victory for le Pen’s party, who campaigned on an anti-EU, anti-open door migrant policy.
5. SWEDEN CRUMBLING: Demands for military intervention as thugs turn Malmo into 'no-go zone'
Launching a seething attack on the red-green parties in Malmo, Magnus Olsson said it was time to call in the military to end the surge in violent crimes that have been sweeping the city.
Painting a bleak picture of Sweden’s third largest city, the opposition politician said Malmo has lost enough of its citizens to shootouts, grenade attacks and murders.
Speaking to Expressen, Mr Olsson also said there was a great lack of police officers in Sweden, which means officers could benefit from the armed forces’ resources.
He said: “There is a great lack of police officers in Sweden and Malmö. For this reason, it is perhaps time to let the military and police to stand together to reestablish order in the country.”
The fact is, using the military against your own civilian population shouldn't be done except under special circumstances. When Sweden is considering it on an ongoing basis, it is pretty much a death-rattle for a liberal democracy.
For those who think this is an exaggeration, check out this headline from October of 2015:
“Swedish Foreign Minister claims the country is 'facing collapse' because of the mass influx of refugees”
And also this disturbing press conference by Swedish police of one city, where they admit they can no longer protect women, who will have to start living differently if they wish not to be assaulted: