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Joakim Magnus Lamotte is a Swedish journalist and columnist, who in recent years has primarily worked for the Göteborgsposten. He is also active online, publishing on his own blog until…
It is sobering to realise that these international bodies, which have such reputations and are seen as moral guides, have feet of clay. These practices, this corruption, should make clear that institutions like PACE should be scrutinised more by a critical press, not just quoted as authorities.
“A Southern looking type, 25 to 35-years-old. Height between 170 and 175 cm, with a sturdy/powerful build. He has dark hair and a short, dark, unkept beard.”
“Two deputies of the Italian secret service travelled to Sabratha in Lybia this spring to negotiate with human traffickers. They promosed large amounts of cash and support in exchange for stopping migrants.”
Delipidated buildings, barricaded cell doors because the locks were broken, defective plumbing, birds nesting, a dozen cockroaches leaving a hole, more defective patrol vehicles than operational vehicles, cars with 500.000 km on the oddometer… Just see for yourself:
Civil servants of the Public Prosecutor’s Office (BKA) and the German Federal Police have raided work and business premises of both men, finding what investigators call a ‘death list’, as well as ammunition and legally procured weapons. Most explosive in the situation, is that one of the men is said to be a police officer. Despite the finds, no arrest was made.
“Police statistics show that religiously motivated hate crimes increased fivefold in Manchester in the weeks after May’s attack, while hate crimes against Muslims tripled in London in the week of that atrocity and then almost doubled again in the week after the June attack at London Bridge.”
“One victim, multiple assailants. The victim was in such a bad state that he had to be admitted to hospital. Up until this day, he is suffering the consequences. And despite the fact that it is now ten weeks ago, that the names [of the suspects] are known, no arrests have yet been made.”
They immediately call the police. Two police officers arrive after one-and-a-half hours. When her boyfriend asks when they can report the crime, they are told that they might as well not do it.