Are Norwegians waking up to the questionable blessings of diversity? Perhaps. According to a recent poll, half of Oslo residents now fear street crime, and the cause is apparently understood.
Another interesting statistic: one-third of inmates in Norwegian prisons are foreign born. Not all are Muslims however, since criminals of all stripes love open borders, such as those in the European Union: it’s so convenient to be able to skedaddle to a new country to avoid getting pinched.
Excessive immigration of inappropriate cultures reduces freedom for the receiving nation. Fear of street crime keeps people at home and out of the public square: it’s safer to watch TV from the couch rather than attend a lecture or hang out at a bar downtown.
“There is no doubt that the freedom, the level of freedom I had as a young woman, young women in Norway will not have, and don’t have actually today and they will not have it in the future, as far as I can see. So the freedom for women in Europe is going backwards.”
“Girls in school, they are mocked by Muslim boys and they dye their hair black, yes. Blondes are dying their hair black, that is correct. And some of them also move to other parts of Oslo to be let alone.”
Will this Norwegian girl face a diminished future because of Muslim immigration in her nation?
Immigrant parents should take more responsibility for stopping the wave of street crime sweeping Oslo, Norway’s new prime minister has argued.
“It looks like young gang members are behind most of this,” Erna Solberg told Dagsavisen newspaper on Monday. “I think the call from local parents to mobilize immigrant parents is important. We have to crack down on this, and parents in the immigrant community must also play their part.”
Oslo saw 120 robberies in October, more than any other city in Scandinavia. There were just 78 robberies recorded in Copenhagen and only 63 in Stockholm. Continue reading this article
Funny how the plutocrats running the amnesty campaign against American workers haven’t paid much attention to Speaker Boehner’s November 13 declaration that “We have no intention of ever going to conference on the Senate bill.” Instead, they are forging ahead with their plan to flood America’s labor market with excess, exploitable workers.
More recently, Zuckerberg’s gang of Silicon Valley billionaires and associates, FWD.us, have upped their game by launching new television ads to pressure House Republicans to pass amnesty and double legal immigration. Below is an example video, filled with lies like “Reforming our immigration system would dramatically reduce our nation’s debt, grow the economy by 5.4% and take bold steps to secure our borders.” In fact government services for millions of poorly educated third worlders would add trillions of dollars to the the taxpayer cost of legalizing the foreigners, and the CBO reported that the Senate bill would reduce average wages in America for 12 years, increase unemployment for 7 years and reduce per capita GNP growth over 25 years.
The Mark Zuckerberg-funded issues advocacy group FWD.us is launching a new round of ads with a decidedly different tone than past spots on immigration reform, using quotes from President Barack Obama and House leadership to highlight a growing frustration with legislative delays.
The new push features a weeklong, national cable ad buy in the mid-six figures. There is an English-language spot and one in Spanish, and the ads will be on the Web for a longer period of time as part of an online ad buy. Continue reading this article
November 16 marked 80 years since the Roosevelt administration normalized relations with the USSR, and several national security experts met in Washington to reflect on what the decision meant then and whether anything has been learned in the interim.
What followed was the “massive infiltration of our government by communists and Soviet agents” particularly during WWII, according to expert of the period Stanton Evans (author of Stalin’s Secret Agents) to the extent that “there were literally hundreds … of Soviet agents in our government by the early 1940s.”
In addition, speakers Christopher Farrell of JudicialWatch and Stephen Coughlin of the Center for Security Policy drew the parallel of Soviet infiltration then and Muslim subversion in high places now.
The video is nearly two hours in length but is valuable for the hidden history it brings to light as well as insights into current policies.
Washington, DC — Eighty years ago this Saturday, President Franklin D. Roosevelt agreed for the first time to recognize the Communist regime of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. He did so on the basis of formal undertakings by then-Soviet Foreign Minister Maxim Litvinov that the Kremlin would not engage in subversive actions in America. Continue reading this article
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) announced Thursday that it would ask the Department of Justice to pursue charges against the Northern Virginia businessman accused of assaulting a Muslim cab driver after going on a profane rant attacking his religion.
All Fairfax County charges against Ed Dahlberg were dropped Thursday morning. Prosecutors said the story cab driver Mohammad Salim told authorities didn’t match the evidence presented in the case.
Salim said that after he picked up passenger Ed Dahlberg from a Fairfax County Country Club in April, Dahlberg became verbally abusive, criticized his Muslim faith and called him a terrorist. Salim recorded the confrontation on his cell phone.
Salim claimed right after he dropped Dahlberg off, the businessman returned and hit him, breaking his jaw.
The prosecution said there wasn’t enough time between the cell phone recording and a 911 call placed immediately after the recording for an assault to have occurred. Commonwealth’s Attorney Raymond Morrogh says they also found inconsistencies in Salim’s version of events.
“At first he claimed he was assaulted in the cab and had the whole assalt on film. He later changed that to say the defendant left the cab and came back and assaulted him a second time knocking him unconscious for several minutes. That’s inconsistent with the physcial evidence,” said Morrogh.
Dahlberg’s lawyers accuse Salim of making up the assault story to try to later make money through a civil lawsuit.
“The complainant, it appears, was trying to egg him on, putting a video camera in his face, pushing it at him and then he made up the story about the assault and punch in jaw,” said defense attorney John Kenneth Zwerling. “It was all disprovable. So this nightmare has ended for Mr. Dahlberg.” Continue reading this article
The former Vice President’s daughter is running for Senate against incumbent Republican Mike Enzi, and the main question is WHY, since Enzi is a reliable conservative on many fronts, including immigration enforcement.
Columnist Ann Coulter has criticized certain Republicans for self-centered opportunism in campaigns which has caused several disastrous losses in important races in recent years. Appearing on Fox’s Hannity show in October she remarked, “Why should we be having — and I love Liz Cheney — but why should we be having a rancorous primary against a good Republican senator other than for Liz Cheney’s ego?” Coulter has helpfully suggested that Cheney might better put her skills to work by moving to South Carolina and running against amnesty crusader Lindsey Graham.
Most of Sunday’s Fox interview concerned predictable topics of ObamaCare and general conservatism.
Fox showed a graphic illustrating Senator’s Enzi’s conservative cred:
Unsurprisingly, the network did not include NumbersUSA’s immigration enforcement grade for Enzi (lifetime A –), even though many viewers might have found that information to be important.
The immigration subject did not come up at all in Sunday’s interview, so enquiring minds must look elsewhere for Cheney’s stance.
Here’s a direct question from the Daily Caller, July 20, 2013:
Would you have voted for the Gang of 8’s immigration bill?
I wouldn’t have voted for it. I think that there were too many good amendments, for example, that were not accepted, such as those offered by Sen. Cruz, that would have provided much more insurance in terms of border security. I am not comfortable with leaving so much discretion in the hands of the secretary for Homeland Security – to decide whether to carry out those provisions of the bill. And I think the bill as it stands now doesn’t deal with the most important issue we’ve got to address first, which is to secure the border.
This answer shows a severe lack of knowledge. In an effort to bring up the name of popular Ted Cruz, Cheney showed her ignorance, because he behaved like a potted plant at the Senate markup hearing where amendments were heard. Cruz submitted only five amendments to S.744 and one of those was to increase H-1b tech visas by 500%.
Back to Cheney, if she thinks Ted Cruz’ markup behavior was admirable, she is badly informed to be kind. Plus she has shown no passion for immigration enforcement generally, which is often a bad sign of quiet squishiness.
It’s the same old story: a previously arrested but not deported illegal alien remained at large in America to murder an innocent person. The government refused to do its basic function of law enforcement because of ethnic politics, and a young woman died as a result.
Below, illegal alien Guatemalan Julio Miguel Blanco-Garcia (left) killed 19-year-old Vanessa Pham in 2010.
At that point, the mystery of the murder was somewhat solved, as Garcia stated Pham picked him up in an act of kindness when he was carrying a baby and said he needed a ride to a hospital. He further claimed that he was crazy-high on PCP and freaked out when she took a wrong turned, stabbing her at that point. The prosecution believes instead that Garcia tried to rape her and she resisted.
Lat week a judge sentenced Garcia to 49 years imprisonment per the recommendation of the jury, though he could have gotten life.
FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA9) — The man who murdered Falls Church college student Vanessa Pham was officially sentenced to 49 years behind bars today. Just before being sentenced, Julio Blanco Garcia apologized to his victim’s family.
“I would like to say to Ms. Pham’s family and friends, that I am deeply sorry for what I did. And that I hope, that I hope that my punishment will help them in their grieving process,” said Blanco Garcia.
He stood in a dark green jail shirt and pants as he spoke those words, never looking at the Pham family or friends seated behind him.
Judge Jane Roush said, “I have given a lot consideration to this case and considered e jury’s recommendation appropriate.”
In the August trial, the jury watched a cell phone video of 19 year old Vanessa Pham talking to her mother.
At sentencing today, Chief Deputy Commonwealth Attorney Casey Lingan read from the mother’s victim impact statement:
“Society has lost a beautiful, compassionate, ambitious young woman who would have lived a full life if it were not taken from her. My dreams of her finishing college, falling in love, getting married and giving me grandchildren has all been taken from me…. I have a tomestone where I go to visit Vanessa and all I can do is place fresh flowers and have a one-way conversation.”
During the trial, the jury watched Blanco Garcia’s video-taped police interview and confession of the killing. In it, Blanco Garcia said he was hallucinating and high on PCP. With his baby in his arms, he flagged down Pham and convinced her to drive him to the hospital. He said when she took a wrong turn, he freaked out, and fearing for his baby’s life, he took out his knife and killed Pham. He stabbed her 13 times. Continue reading this article
That’s $41 billion not being spent in American communities, keeping the economy going at home. The money doesn’t help dysfuntional third world countries either: the free money makes it easy for corrupt governments to avoid needed reforms to make their own economies function better. Bribery-fueled Mexico comes to mind, and scholar George Grayson wrote specifically on this topic for CIS in September: Remittances Abet Mexican Officials’ Irresponsible Behavior.
The LA Times likely wrote a friendly story because so many local residents are remittance senders.
The amount of money U.S. immigrants send to their families in Latin America has more than doubled since 2000, and the cash flow home — except to Mexico — has recovered from a considerable drop during the Great Recession, a 13-year survey of remittance trends shows.
For years, remittances have far outpaced foreign aid in helping lift people out of poverty in Latin America, the study released Friday by Pew Research Center notes.
In 2011, remittances totaled $53.1 billion, more than eight times the amount of official aid, the report says.
More than half of those immigrating from Spanish-speaking countries — 54% — send part of their U.S. earnings home, and 17% of U.S.-born Latinos also maintain financial lifelines to relatives abroad, the Pew research shows. Continue reading this article
The beautiful and historic National Mall in sight of the Capitol has been turned into a campground for lawbreaking foreigners who demand legalization. By the looks of their ginormous tents, they intend to stay a long while. Why is this permitted?!
Unsurprisingly, on Thursday Catholic Bishop John Wester of Salt Lake City (contact info) dropped by to lend his support. You wouldn’t expect him to condemn unlawful behavior, would you? The Catholic church elite believes the poor have a right to ignore law and borders when they want upgrade their lifestyles. “Any family in economic need has a right to immigrate, that’s our posture,” according to a Texas spokespriest. How convenient, since most illegal aliens are hispanic Catholics.
WASHINGTON The tents on the southeast corner of the National Mall were nearly empty this afternoon, with the activists inside receiving visitors quietly and with little fanfare.
Just two blocks west of the U.S. Capitol, those inside have pledged to a daily fast until Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform.
Organizers of the campaign, called “Fast for Families: A Call for Immigration Reform and Citizenship,” have set up visits to those fasting by members of Congress, prominent organizers, and faith leaders.
Salt Lake City Bishop John Wester was among those making a visit Thursday. He stopped by for about half an hour in the afternoon, and spent about 20 minutes with the people fasting, who are not speaking publicly or taking interviews during their witness.
Speaking to NCR after making his visit, Wester said he was “taken and touched by their commitment to immigration reform.” Continue reading this article
The administration never misses an opportunity to send loving regards to its illegal alien base. A recent example was the use of a Columbian immigrant named Adriana on the front page of the failed ObamaCare website. The White House could have chosen an American citizen to be the welcoming image of its signature public policy effort, but it didn’t. In picking a foreigner (albeit a legal one), the administration may be sending a subtle message that O-care will eventually be available to diverse illegal aliens.
Below, the smiling face of immigrant Adriana invites the American public to join the ObamaCare system.
Much of the press played the story of Adriana as a victim of meanie online thugs, which is more play on the increasingly tiresome bullying meme, a favorite cause of the liberal media to show its social responsibility.
The mystery woman who became the face of the most criticized website in America, designed for Obama’s health care law, says she is the victim of cyber bullying and the object of harsh public criticism over ‘Obamacare.’ [. . .]
People have speculated about Adriana’s immigration status since undocumented immigrants are not eligible for the health care program. Adriana said she is a permanent U.S. resident and has been married to a U.S. citizen for six-and-a-half years. Together, they live in Maryland with their 21-month-old son.
“I’m pure Colombian,” she said to ABC News.
Ann Coulter opined that Obama could have hired an American but instead exploited an immigrant (who was paid nothing for her image).
David Blunkett has observed that the EU-mandated opening of Britain to the 29 million people of Bulgaria and Romania in a couple months may cause a violent reaction among the citizens.
Blunkett complained rather weakly about the backward behavior of Roma persons, and urged them to stop littering. He practically called Roma children feral, referring to them as “living in the edge of woods, not going to school.” Nevertheless he stressed that British people should accept still more unwanted immigrants, even though an October poll revealed that two-thirds of respondents said they wanted drastic action to reduce immigration.
Perhaps Blunkett had read the recent Daily Mail article in which the mayor of two dirt-poor Romanian villages opined that up to half of local residents would move to the UK when the border opens next year. “In January, the only thing left will be the goat,” he said.
The former Home Secretary is concerned that racial tensions could lead to rioting like that seen in the North of England in 2001.
In an interview with BBC Radio, he urged Roma from Slovakia to “change their culture”, saying their children needed to be sent to school, they need to stop dumping their rubbish and avoid loitering in the street.
Without such changes, communities could ‘explode’, leading to riots on a similar scale to those in Bradford, Oldham and Burnley.
“If everything exploded, if things went wrong, the community would obviously be devastated,” he said.
“We saw this is Bradford, Burnley and Oldham all those years ago when I first became Home Secretary. If things implode it’s not outside here that cops it, it’s the community.”
The 2001 riots were sparked by clashes between Asian communities and far-Right groups such as the National Front and British National Party. Over 200 people were jailed as a result.
Mr Blunkett admitted that indigenous locals should be careful not to “stir up hate”, but said that they were entitled to “grumble” about the migrants appearing in their areas. Continue reading this article
Tahitians recently took to the streets to protest the opening of a mosque. They are comfortable with their culture, and don’t want any hostile foreigners invading the place and telling polynesians how to live, like not to eat pork. The crowd is refreshingly plain-spoken: “No to Islam, no to the imam. . . Hurray for the pig!”
Plus, the Tahitians are realistic about the source of most terrorism. One demonstrator said, “All hostage-taking situations, all terrorists’ crimes like that are committed 90% by Muslims.”
00:00 Good evening, welcome to the premiere in the news…
00:04 Tonight ‘sharia we cannot mess with’, a cry of the heart from
00:08 the anti-mosque protesters was heard loud and clear on the streets of Papeete this morning.
00:12 Many hundreds of Polynesians, ‘not racist but realist’,
00:16 according to their slogan. it’s a first in Polynesia.
00:20 The protest against the opening of a mosque has finally assembled
00:24 400 to 500 persons, despite the long weekend. Far from being
00:28 used to protest marches, the Polynesians brandished signs and decorations
00:32 against the Koran and Islam. (reporters’ names)
00:40 We want to protect our children against the invasion of this
00:44 religion that comes to kill us. After all, that is what sharia is.
00:48 All hostage-taking situations, all terrorists’
00:52 crimes like that are committed 90% by
00:56 Muslims. It is sufficient to me as an example to be afraid
01:00 of them. A true culture shock: ‘not racist but realist’. Continue reading this article
Pro-diversity hacks assure Americans that Muslim immigrants who despise Western values are just poor little waifs looking for a better life among infidels.
Today’s refutation of that ridiculous idea is a Pakistani-born man who lived in Cary, North Carolina, one Basit Javed Sheikh. He was arrested on his way to the war zone in Syria to help his buds in al Qaeda. He could just as easily have blasted a nearby shopping mall.
While living in the Tar Heel state, Sheikh showed his gratitude to America by posting jihadist material on his Facebook page, including at least one showing deceased US soldiers according to a video news report.
That report also said a prison term could be following by three years supervised release. Say, what’s wrong with deporting him to his dear Pakistan where jihad is a popular activity? Naturalized citizens are deported, in particular if they become members of subversive groups, like al Qaeda.
RALEIGH — A Cary man is facing a federal charge that he attempted to aid a foreign terrorist organization, according to a criminal complaint filed by the FBI in federal court last week.
Basit Javed Sheikh of Cary is suspected by the FBI of trying to provide support to the Nusra Front that is fighting in Syria’s civil war. His father, Javed Sheikh, said on Monday there “is no truth in that,” referring to the federal allegations.
But a federal grand jury in Raleigh believed there was enough evidence to indict Basit Sheikh to stand trial for the charges. He was being held by Wake County authorities on Monday, according to county records.
Law enforcement intercepted Basit Sheikh on Nov. 2 at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, an FBI affidavit states. He had told a confidential FBI source that he wanted to join the jihad, or holy struggle, in Syria, according to an agent’s affidavit. He said in August that he had secured a job “with a brigade in logistics, managing medical supplies,” the document states.
Sheikh, 29, is a listed resident of 300 Swansboro Drive in the Park Village subdivision. The home near Cary’s western border is owned by the suspect’s father, according to county records.
Basit Sheikh is originally from Pakistan and is a legal permanent resident of the United States, according to an FBI affidavit. He also has lived in the Republic of Seychelles, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, from 1992 to 2000, according to immigration files. Continue reading this article
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