In Europe, the people begin to rise up and fight the policies of supra-national agencies like the EU, who seek to wipe out the rich diverse cultures of Europe and replace them with a mono-culture of socialism and Islam. But as the people speak out, the media digs in.
1. 95% of Hungarians so far have rejected the European Union's attempt to force large numbers of migrants into Hungary.
This video slightly misrepresents the situation: This referendum was not binding in any case. It was just to give a mandate to Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary, to resist the EU attempt at spreading the illegal immigrants across EU nations.
So not having over 50 percent turn out isn't as meaningful as the fact that 95 per cent of those who did vote oppose the EU policy.
This RT article put the no vote at 98.3 per cent. But the expat vote has not yet been counted and Orban is even more popular with Hungarians living abroad than at home. Voter turn out may still surpass the 50 per cent mark. We won't know for a few more days to a week.
2. Fifty seven residents of the nearly all-Muslim area of Molenbeek, Belgium are considered a threat to the state.
“I understand and respect cultural differences,” she added. “But, failing to comply can lead to imprisonment and women’s rights are being severely restricted in general. It does not feel safe for women from around the world to play here.”
“If the situation remains unchanged, I will most certainly not participate in this event,” the U.S. female champ concluded.
That is what an actual feminist sounds like. Quite refreshing.
4. 'SEND THEM BACK!' Fuming Czech leader orders Brussels to DEPORT economic migrants
Furious Czech leader Milos Zeman ordered Brussels to send all failed asylum seekers to "empty places" in North Africa or "uninhabited Greek islands" to deter further mass migration to Europe.
The outspoken president said EU nations should provide refuge to people fleeing war and persecution in Syria, but insisted anyone found to be an economic migrant should be sent home. [...]
Mr Zeman also echoed the comments of other eastern European leader, like Hungary's Viktor Orban, in linking the influx of migrants from the Middle East to a rise in the terror threat to Europe.
He told the Financial Times: "I am sure there is a strong connection between the wave of migrants and the wave of jihadis…and those people who deny this connection are wrong.”
5. Bulgarians rally against the European Union's plan to flood all member states with illegal Muslim migrants.