Asia Bibi hasn't been able to leave Pakistan after all and a friend say that she is becoming increasingly frightened and frustrated with her uncertain future. Asia has been moved with her husband to a secret place in Karachi and is locked in a room all the time. The door only opens at meal time, … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 7
SWEDEN. The activist Elin Ersson stopped a plane from taking off in July last year. Today she got her sentence. Elin was sentenced for violating the aviation law, but claim that she's innocent as she doesn't see that her behaviour is forbidden by that law. But she was sentenced to pay 3 000 kronor ($323). … Continue reading Activist Sentenced
DENMARK. A new status report concerning the integration politics in Copenhagen during 2015-2018 show that young immigrants are more involved in crime than ethnic Danes. The statistics show that they get accused for a crime six times as often. In 2017 0,7% of young Danes between the ages of 15-25 got accused for a crime … Continue reading Criminality more common among Immigrants
The Danish government has presented a set of laws and actions and Minister of Migration Inger Støjberg says that refugees should only remain in Denmark as long as they are in need of protection. When they doesn't need help any longer refugees are to return home. To apply for citizenship you have to have been … Continue reading The State of Scandinavia
SWEDEN In 2016 Home Secretary Anders Ygeman (S) said that 80 000 immigrants of the 163 000 that arrived in 2015 might be deported. As expected, that was just empty words. During 2018 the police carried out 14 077 deportations and 649 of them were criminals who had been judged in court to be deported. 4 064 of them came from the Migration Agency and they do this when they suspect that … Continue reading Not many Deportations Are Carried Out
SWEDEN. An investigation concerning practical obstacles to deport immigrants propose that it should be easier for them to get recidence permits. Even if they are criminals. If you get judged to be deported you have four weeks to leave the country, but many choose to go underground and stay in Sweden anyway. Then there's the group of people who are hard to deport because of practical reasons. It can … Continue reading Can’t or Won’t Leave? Get recidence Permit!
SWEDEN. Mohammed Hassan, 30, is the man who raped a 9-year old in Malmö in October have recieved his verdict. Mohammed gets six years in prison for aggravated rape of a child and will have to pay the girl 170 000 kronor ($18 949). He will also pay 17 000 kronor ($1 894) to three … Continue reading Child Rapist Sentenced
SWEDEN. The police are warning that a group of the Afghans that got to stay longer to study thanks to the so called High School Law are commiting crimes and might becoming radicalized. It's like Hanif Bali from the Moderate Party said: why should this group, the Afghans, get favoured? What is it about them … Continue reading Afghans Keep Causing Trouble
USA. On September 12 2011 Brendan Mess, Erik H. Weissman, 31, and Raphael M. Teken, 37, were found bound and murdered in Mess apartment. Throats slit and with one had marijuana over him so it was thought to be related to drugs, but the case turned cold. A couple of days ago sealed documents about the … Continue reading Boston bomber Killed three in 2011
DENMARK has been called far-right and racist by the pc-media for years here in Sweden, but that is slowly changing as Swedes realize that their politics is common sense. In Denmark they have no, or very little, of the anxious silence and conformity that we have in Sweden. They can talk about that they have 29 … Continue reading Denmarks Proposals on Immigration
ITALY. Matteo Salvini said this in the lower house of Italy’s Parliament today: Just like the Swiss, who carried forward the Global Compact up until yesterday and then said ‘everyone stop’, the Italian government will not sign anything and will not go to Marrakech.