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Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reveals attempts by the Ministry of Justice and Safety to obfuscate the amount of crime committed by asylum seekers. It is trying to hide rape, child abuse and murder under the category of ‘other incidents’, with the Ministry of Justice claiming it doesn’t have the full information, but apparently not interested in getting it either.
As the ‘yellow vests’-protests continue, regular riot police are seen equipped with firearms. Policemen report firing on innocent protesters and cracking under stress. With politicians wanting a more aggressive stance, is France heading into even more violent clashes?
German magazine Welt raises the possibility of a so-called ‘mosque tax’, analogous to Church tax, to be raised to finance German mosques. Replying to questions, various German states weigh in, all welcoming the possibility to limit foreign financing to reduce “the danger of possible radicalisation.”
In December 2017, there was a “massive fight”, with residents again using bats and knives. One person was hospitalised, several wounded, seven arrested. The unrest persisted. Another ‘incident’ a year later made it into the national press: twenty residents used sticks and knives and threw tiles in another “massive fight”. Again one of them was hospitalised. Six arrests were made. In 2018, a resident was sentenced to 15 months in jail for mutilating another resident with a knive the year before, lacerating his face from the mouth to the ear. A 15 centimeter cut.
Among the FRA’s findings are that 70% of respondents believe that government does not combat antisemitism effectively. More shockingly, that “people face so much antisemitic abuse that some of the incidents they experience appear trivial to them.” Almost 8 out of 10 respondents (79%) do not even report incidents, with the reason most given (in 48% of cases) feeling that it won’t make a change if they did.
It would seem Die Welt pretty much just reported the conclusions of the BKA report. In about 1 in 10 solved crimes, an immigrant was a suspect. They were overrepresented in violent crimes, including murder, and crimes with a sexual component. Immigrant participation in drugs-related crime grew strongest in 2018.
“Grief about the death of the young girl [his victim] mixed with incomprehension about the way authorities handled his case.”
“The Commission’s actions involved a manipulation of the rules governing senior management appointments so as to convey the impression that the appointment procedures, in the case of Mr Selmayr, were applied correctly and that the outcome, in turn, was fair and correct. In fact, this was not the case and the entire affair, starting in January 2018, if not earlier, was arranged to ensure the appointment of Mr Selmayr as Secretary-General.”
Newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) reported on 7 June that the body was of Susanna. Public Prosecutor Achim Thoma, during a press conference on Thursday, said the autopsy had confirmed her identity. Cause of death is said to have been “use of force on the neck.” In addition, the autopsy found that the girl was raped, leading the Chief of Police to speak of “a very repugnant crime”.
It’s been almost 4 years now, that a group of about 60 illegal immigrants has been wandering the streets of Amsterdam under the name of “We Are Here”. Refusing to abide by the national asylum procedure, the group has claimed they “are here” to stay and has made it very clear they have no intention of going back to their home countries any time soon.
“Everybody that chooses to give this group a stage – whether for ideological, indifferent [sic] or commercial reason – contributes to the spread and normalisation of fascism and thereby makes himself a target.”
The post closes by announcing “appropriate action” while inviting “autonomous action.” The last words are “FCK FVD”.