January 21, 2019

Top 10: Austria shaken after four women murdered in eight days

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Austria shaken after four women murdered in eight days

Austria has been rocked by the murders of four women over a span of eight days, with migrant suspects in three cases.

A 21-year-old, originally from Ethiopia and holding Spanish citizenship, is suspected of stabbing his own sister to death at Vienna's central train station on Tuesday.

Police are searching for a motive and the man is now undergoing psychiatric evaluation, according to Kronen Zeitung.

On January 13, the body of 16-year-old Manuela K. was discovered by her mother under a pile of leaves in a park in Wiener Neustadt. She had reportedly been strangled.

Police arrested Yazan A., a 19-year-old Syrian migrant who was already known to police.

Yazan had allegedly dated Manuela in the past, and police were reportedly aware that he had harassed and abused her.

Police say he confessed to the crime, but showed no remorse.

On January 9, Roland H. reportedly stabbed his former partner in front of a residential building in Krumbach, according to Kurier.

Silvia K. suffered six knife wounds and Roland was charged with her murder.

On January 8, an Austrian citizen of Turkish origin stabbed his wife at least 38 times in front of their children, according to Compact.

"According to police, Senol D. is to be regarded as 'Islamist fundamentalist,'" Compact reports. "Since summer 2018, more than 30 reports have been filed against him."

Austrian Interior Minister Herbert Kickl has responded to the rash of killings, calling for changes to Austrian asylum law and a zero-tolerance policy for migrants who commit crimes.

Related videos:

Austria's Secretary of State for the Ministry of the Interior, Karoline Edtstadler, addresses the rash of murders on state TV.

Former BZÖ Party Chair, Gerald Grosz, explains that Austrians are losing their freedoms because politicians refuse to deal with the cause of of growing migrant violence, choosing instead to treat the effects.

2. Eight UN peacekeepers are killed by gunmen in “vile and cowardly” attack on base in northern Mali

Eight UN peacekeepers have been killed in an attack on their base in northern Mali.

“The assault was launched early Sunday at the Aguelhok base 125 miles north of Kidal, near the border with Algeria.

“According to a new toll, still provisional, at least eight peacekeepers have been killed,” a source from the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali said.

Mahamat Saleh Annadif, the UN's special representative for Mali, condemned the attack in a statement.

“Peacekeepers of the MINUSMA force at Aguelhok fought off a sophisticated attack by assailants who arrived on several armed vehicles,” he said. [...]

But the accord has failed to stop violence by Islamist militants, who have also staged attacks in neighbouring Burkina Faso and Niger.

3. Gilets Jaunes: French “flash-ball” row over riot-gun injuries

Appalling injuries caused by French police riot guns during the yellow-vest protests have triggered anger and calls for the weapon to be banned.

The LBD launchers known by protesters as “flash-balls” have left 40 people severely wounded, reports say.

One man emerged from a coma on Friday six days after being hit in the head.

France's human rights chief has called for the weapon's use to be halted, but the government insists it is deployed only under very strict conditions.

Since the “gilets-jaunes” protests began in November, 3,000 people have been injured or even maimed and thousands more arrested.

4. Three men jailed for life after five died in Leicester shop explosion

Three men have been jailed for life after they deliberately set fire to a shop in Leicester, causing an explosion that killed five people.

Shopkeeper Aram Kurd, 34, and his friends Arkan Ali, 37, and Hawkar Hassan, 33, plotted to destroy the Polish supermarket in order to claim £300,000 in insurance because the business was failing.

They were found guilty of murder in December.

5. Norway terror attack: Female shopper knifed in busy Oslo supermarket - police swoop

The authorities are treating the incident which happened on January 17 in the capital as “terror-related.” The woman was knifed as she was paying at the till for groceries, the Norwegian police security service (PST) said today. The attacker, a 20-year-old Russian citizen, was arrested by police soon after, police said.

In a news conference PST head Benedicte Bjoernland said: “The man said under questioning that he wanted to kill several people and that this was an act of terror.”

Police were investigating possible links to Islamist extremism, adding that the victim was critically ill in hospital.

The suspect had arrived in Oslo on January 17, travelling from Russia via neighbouring Sweden, she said.

6. Finns Party Chair Jussi Kristian Halla-aho addresses child rape cases in Oulu and Helsinki and statistics showing an increase in rapes in Finland in campaign ad

Related: Statistics Finland: Rape reports increased by 7.5% in Finland in 2017–2018

7. Canadian national among accused in terror attack that killed 21 at Nairobi hotel

A Canadian national and four other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on Friday as prosecutors investigated them for suspected terror offences.

A judge ordered the five suspects held for 30 days while authorities look into the assault on the dusitD2 hotel complex. The al-Shabab group, which is linked to al-Qaida and based in neighbouring Somalia, claimed responsibility. Kenyan authorities say 21 people, including one police officer, were killed by the attackers, one of whom blew himself up beside a restaurant. Another four gunmen died. [...]

The suspects who appeared in court were identified as Joel Nganga Wainaina, Oliver Kanyango Muthee, Gladys Kaari Justus, Guleid Abdihakim and Osman Ibrahim. Abdihakim is a Canadian national, according to prosecutors.

8. Egyptian military man branded “arrogant sexual molester” by UK judge

Ashraf Aggwa, a father-of-three, assaulted three different women in a shopping centre in Ashford, Kent, in July.

A high-ranking member of the Egyptian military has been branded an “arrogant sexual molester and predator” and a “coward” by a UK judge.

Ashraf Aggwa, 54, was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault and handed a six-month suspended jail sentence.

Aggwa, a father-of-three and grandfather-of-two, assaulted three different women in a shopping centre in Ashford, Kent, in July 2018.

9. Sweden: 41-year-old Afghan migrant charged with murdering teen wife

A 41-year-old Afghan migrant has been charged by Swedish prosecutors in connection with the alleged murder of his teenage wife in Stockholm in 2016 after being on the run for two years.

The 41-year-old was arrested in the spring of 2018 in Iran after having first left Stockholm and then left Sweden entirely following the murder, and was on the run for two years, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.

The victim had come to Sweden as an asylum seeker during the height of the migrant crisis in the latter half of 2015 and stated at the time she was 16 years old, although prosecutors alleged she may have been either 18 or 19.

She was then transferred to live in an HVB home, a home for vulnerable young people, but went missing in late March of the following year. Her body was discovered in the Hökarängen area of southern Stockholm two months later with police initially believing she may have been a victim of honour violence.

10. Macron to make national service MANDATORY for 16-year-olds in bizarre new bid for UNITY

Mr Macron has approved the scheme which will see 3,000 boys and girls take part in the Universal National Service scheme’s first test in June. The service is said to be a much tougher version of the one he promised back in his 2017 election campaign, The Times reports.

Mr Macron was a candidate for President Jacques René Chirac’s original national service scheme. Speaking about its re-vamp, he said: “Each young French person will experience military life, even briefly, to allow our democracy to be more united and increase the resilience of our society."

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commented 2019-01-22 11:09:54 -0500
Good video, Sharon. He is cogent, succinct and focused. Too bad lefties will not listen until too late it ever. Andrew Stephenson being awe in point. All the evidence during out of Europe is water off a duck’s back. It’s all matter of MSM media focusing on only one group don’t you know? As if the MSM i focuses on the crimes of The Religion That Must Not Be Named.
commented 2019-01-22 00:13:11 -0500
Goggle “the gum ball theory” good vid on mass immigration
commented 2019-01-21 22:09:15 -0500

I know this Finnish video is in the article above, but I need to post it again because I was so impressed and I really want you to watch it!
commented 2019-01-21 21:58:19 -0500
New Fatwa permits rape of non-Sunni women



‘One in four men across Asia admit to having committed rape’

One in four admit to rape in South Africa

Justin Trudeau wants to mass immigrate the rape cultures through the UN Migration Pact that Canadians never had a say in. Rape cultures are being imposed upon us. Just like multiculturalism was imposed upon us. We never had a referendum on either!
commented 2019-01-21 19:00:56 -0500
STEPHEN E. asks," Why the hell are we sending our troops to Mali? "
Stephen, believe it or not, we do have a connection to Mali. Every year around 20-30 French speaking Countries get together for a meeting and do ?? Harper used to go to them. French is Mali’s Official Language. The name of this group is in French, but here is the best I can do. French Language worldwide – Organisation internationale de la …
commented 2019-01-21 18:06:12 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,648 Attacks, 236,978 Killed, 316,140 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-01-21 16:00:02 -0500
Re: Austria: It appears that Austria is suffering the same fate as all the western countries. By asking for new laws they are drawing Obama’s Red line over and over again. Basically, it means doing nothing! Like Canada there perfectly good laws on the books, they just have to be enforced.
commented 2019-01-21 15:55:55 -0500
The only reason Canadian troops are in Mali is because Groper Doper Trudeau’s mother Margret asked him to. She needed baby-sitting as she does pretend community work! This is another feel good PR stance by GDT.
commented 2019-01-21 15:07:43 -0500
2: Mali? Isn’t this the country where our heroic cowardly Prime Moron, Baby Doc Trudeau, is sending our troops as “peacekeepers”. I wonder if he is going to be allowing them ammunition in sufficient amounts to defend themselves, and hey, new sleeping bags!

Hopefully, Trudeau the Dumb will do an inspection of the troops there. Then for certain they will be armed to the teeth.

Why the hell are we sending our troops to Mali?
commented 2019-01-21 14:50:15 -0500
Trudeau “the UN whore” do you still think are troops being in Mali is a good ideal-of course you do you’re a moron!!! How’s our Canadian hostages in China doing you coward,I’d be worried if I was one of those hostages with Chrystia Freeland and that dope John McCallum working on their behalf.Man I thought your government was bringing refugees to Canada-Chrystia Freeland looks like she’s been eating them!!!
commented 2019-01-21 13:59:21 -0500
  1. Austrian Interior Minister Herbert Kickl has responded to the rash of killings, calling for changes to Austrian asylum law and a zero-tolerance policy for migrants who commit crimes.
    What the Minister is saying, once the Mig-rats kill a couple women, there will then be zero-tolerance for those who commit crimes.