Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Holland: Asylum seekers not happy to clean up their own living accommodation

(Alkmaar)  Asylum seekers in one centre in Holland are angry.  Boy are they angry.   It appears that whilst they are afforded separate living spaces, they share ablutions  and whereupon until last week the Government had a private cleaning company come in to clean up for these people seeking safety from intolerance the world over,  now they have to clean up behind them and they are making a huge stink about the whole affair.
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You see the vast majority of residents don’t use toilet paper, rather they use their hands and water to clean themselves after they have used the toilet. Add the fact they don’t actually sit on the toilet, but squat on it and you find that excrement, cleaning water goes all over the place. But the best part until last week was a private cleaning company was paid to clean up the mess left behind. Well no more, now the residents have to clean up the mess they have made themselves. Not only that, but all the ablutions have had locks fitted and they can only be signed out on the deposit of 20 Euros in which to allow the management keep control and the natives aren’t happy.


Ahmad from Palestine
"The leadership wants us to scrub the toilets on our knees and then we are also forced to pay for a key They say I have to relax. But how can I relax if I cannot even shit without a key? . Give me a private toilet and I'll rub it from bottom to top. But I'm not going to clean up the shit of others.
Abu Barak from Syria:
'I'm in shock', Is this the Netherlands?
Another:
"Even the prisons in Syria are better!"

 It appears, that these poor people who have travelled through many countries in which to find asylum and safety aren't prepared to even to clean up behind themselves and feel that those below them should be doing this for them. I mean its not as if they are paying for anything are they?

Friday, April 20, 2018

Pounce: Bike ride.

I'm quite lucky in that I live out in the country. Today was a nice day , so I popped out for a bike ride. Here's a few snaps I took with my phone:







Interlude:Phantom of the Opera :The Music Of The Night

Thursday, April 19, 2018

UK: Yet another Islamic rape gang jailed

(Burton-on-Trent) In the Midlands of the Uk . 3 Islamic males have been jailed over how they groomed and raped teenagers.


Taiyab Hussain, Shaheem Ratyal and Sohail Ali, all aged 19, and 18-year-old Mohammed Rizwan, were arrested after a teenager realised she had been groomed after watching a sex education video.


Police investigations revealed she wasn’t alone and that so far another 3 teenage victims have come forward, one a 13 year old child. What makes this story even more damning is the offences transpired between December 2016 and March 2017. 5 to 6 years after the prevalence of Islamic rape gangs came to the attention of media and the jailing of hundreds of Islamic males with a penchant for  little girls.  You’d think the message that shagging little girls is a big NO NO, but apparently not and now these mightly Islamic heroes can find out the hard way what it is like to be somebodies bitch in the Prison showers.

Just what is it about Muslims and raping little girls?

France: Algerian woman denied citizenship after she refused to shake the hand of an official.

(Paris) The highest administrative court in France has upheld the decision to deny a French passport to an Algerian Muslim who refused to shake hands with officials during her citizenship ceremony.

In 2016 the women was applying for French citizenship refused to shake hands with a senior official presiding over the citizenship ceremony as well as with a local politician. That act saw her bid to become French (and all the rights and benefits that come with it) thrown out of the window. She appealed calling it an “abuse of power” and that appeal has also been thrown out of the window.
The government said that her behaviour showed she was “not assimilated into the French community”, one of the reasons it could invoke under the civil code to deny citizenship for the spouse of a French national.

I’m all for people being different and having different ways, but when it impacts on the very fabric of society promoting and leading to religion taking precedent over the laws of the land which afford Liberté, égalité, fraternité to all then, I cannot understand why so many people who subscribe to a polarised religious way of life would want to become French in the first place. It would benefit us all if these people explained why?