1. Polygamy being normalized in German culture and law
2. “The EU and our leaders are schizophrenic”: Part III of interview with Alexandre Del Valle on illegal migrants
Part 1 can be seen HERE.
3. Police and ANTIFA fight in Pisa, Italy
4. Italian Town ‘Taken Over’ By Nigerian Migrant Gangs
The largely abandoned former seaside resort town of Castel Volturno north of Naples has been taken over by Nigerian gangs who run drug and prostitution rings.
The town has a total population of around 30,000 people, of which an estimated 20,000 are migrants, French news magazine L’Obs reports.
Many of the Nigerian migrant women who walk the streets as prostitutes are underage, offering sexual favours for as little as 5 to 15 euros along the Via Domitiana by the sea.
The rampant petty crime and violence in the city has led to journalists wanting to write about the town requiring police escorts for their own safety.
The current Italian government, which is seeking re-election on March 4th, has signed a 21-million euro package to increase security in towns like Castel Volturno and offer integration programmes for migrants.
5. Toronto: Anti-racism meeting turns into The Jerry Springer show
TORONTO — It was racism industry on full display.
In one corner, you had the “anti-racists” who gathered to talk about racism in Canada and new legislation to end it. In the other, you had the so-called “racists.”
Needless to say, this was set up to be a powder keg.
What was billed as an “Anti-Racism Town Hall” at the Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church on Gerrard St. at Woodbine Ave. on Thursday evening turned into part socialism lecture and part “The Jerry Springer Show”.
6. Six cops hurt in anti-Fascist scuffles in Turin Italy
(ANSA) - Turin, February 23 - Six police were hurt in scuffles with anti-Fascists trying to reach a far-right CasaPound rally in Turin Thursday night.
The anti-Fascists threw stones, bottles and firecrackers at police who were trying to keep them away from a demo in support of CasaPound premier candidate Simone Di Stefano.
7. France to charge suspect in Spain attacks that killed 16
The French prosecutor's office says an unnamed person detained in France in connection with the August extremist attacks in Spain will be handed preliminary charges.
The prosecutor's office said Friday that the suspect is being held as part of an inquiry into "attempted murder as part of a terrorist enterprise" and "criminal terrorist association."
A French judge launched an investigation last month of potential French connections to the attacks in Barcelona and the resort town of Cambrils, which left 16 people dead. Most of the men believed responsible were killed in confrontations with police.
8. Official Review: Newcastle Groomers Targeted Victims with “Arrogant Persistence” as Authorities “Blamed the Victims”
Authorities have apologised after mostly Muslim grooming gangs in Newcastle were allowed to target around 700 vulnerable women and girls with “arrogant persistence” because allegations were “not investigated”.
As in other grooming cases, the attackers – of mainly Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Indian background, and including an asylum seeker – plied their victims with drugs and alcohol.
But unlike other scandals, many of those targeted were vulnerable over 18s, the 150-page Serious Case Review (SCR) report has found.
There is now an “urgent need” for the government to commission research into the “cultural values and attitudes” of grooming gangs, the report adds, calling on authorities to assume abuse is happening in every town and city.
9. Australia: Two police officers kicked in head in brutal attack over traffic stop
10. Myanmar parliament approves $15M for Rakhine border fence
Myanmar's parliament has approved a budget of about $15 million for the construction of a fence and related projects along the border with Bangladesh in Rakhine state, from which about 700,000 members of its persecuted ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority have fled violence since last August.
Lawmaker Myo Zaw Aung said Friday the budget was proposed by the Home Affairs Ministry, the Defense Ministry and the Border Affairs Ministry, which are all controlled by the military.
Deputy Home Affairs Minister Gen. Aung Soe testified Thursday, the day the budget was approved, that fences covering 202 kilometers (126 miles) of the 293-kilometer (182-mile) border have already been completed.