Monday, October 26, 2015

Islamic invasion of Europe update (October 26, 2015)

Add gays to the victims of the latest influx of the Muslim refugees arriving in Europe.

Polish Government Pays in Election for Agreeing to Muslim Migrants
“The decision is contrary to the interest of national security and has been made against the will of Poles.”

Croatia's police say more than 13,000 migrants have arrived from Serbia in the past 24 hours. About 260,000 have passed through Croatia since mid-September when Hungary put up a fence at the border with Serbia, diverting the flow to Croatia.

Slovenia's police said Monday nearly 10,000 entered Slovenia from Croatia in the same period of time, bringing the total number of arrivals there to almost 75,000 in the past 12 days.

German authorities say some 15,000 refugees and other migrants entered the country over the weekend, crossing into Bavaria from Austria.

The Bavarian Interior Ministry said Monday that 6,000 crossed over on Saturday and 9,000 more came in on Sunday, the dpa news agency reported.

Over the past week, authorities say, about 4,000 to 5,000 per day have been crossing into the country from Austria.
Chancellor Angela Merkel says she remains confident Germany can integrate the large number of refugees who are arriving, and is arguing that many won't stay forever.

Germany has been the main destination of Syrians and others seeking protection in Europe. Merkel said at a town hall event in Nuremberg Monday that "there are very, very many, but there are 80 million of us." She said "we can and will manage this integration" if Germany makes an effort from the beginning to integrate the newcomers.

Merkel said most Syrians will get residency for three years and many likely will want to help rebuild Syria when the war ends. She said the Geneva Convention on refugees obliges Germany to protect people, "but we don't have the task of keeping everyone here for life."