Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Islamic invasion of Europe update (December 22, 2015)

Norway, say hello to multiculturalism
Norway Teaching Muslim Refugees "Not to Rape"

In the United States, feminists protested assorted rape-prevention measures by insisting that the solution is to "teach men not to rape". Obviously you don't teach adults not to kill, steal or rape. If they don't know it's wrong by that time, their value system is badly damaged and they need to be isolated from normal human society. Otherwise known as prison.

Norway, like other European countries, is coping with an influx of Muslim migrants with a value system that teaches them that rape is allowed. So Norway is trying to teach them not to rape.
When he first arrived in Europe, Abdu Osman Kelifa, a Muslim asylum seeker from the Horn of Africa, was shocked to see women in skimpy clothes drinking alcohol and kissing in public. Back home, he said, only prostitutes do that, and in locally made movies couples “only hug but never kiss.”

... “Men have weaknesses and when they see someone smiling it is difficult to control,” Mr. Kelifa said, explaining that in his own country, Eritrea, “if someone wants a lady he can just take her and he will not be punished,” at least not by the police.
Clearly Norway... and America... needs more Eritreans. If we want to increase the number of rapes.
Confused, Mr. Kelifa volunteered to take part in a pioneering and, in some quarters, controversial program that seeks to prevent sexual and other violence by helping male immigrants from societies that are largely segregated or in which women show neither flesh nor public affection to adapt to more open European societies.
These classes will avoid Islamophobia though.
Hero Norge’s teaching material studiously avoids casting migrants in a bad light and instead presents a fictional character called Arne, a native Norwegian, as a model of predatory behavior. The main immigrant character, a 27-year-old called Hassan, is, by contrast, introduced as a “good man” who is “honest and well liked.”
The lesson is that Muslim values, including rape, are superior, Norwegians and their values and their women are contemptible.
Fearful of stigmatizing migrants as potential rapists and playing into the hands of anti-immigrant politicians, most European countries have avoided addressing the question of whether men arriving from more conservative societies might get the wrong idea once they move to places where it can seem as if anything goes.
So there are more worries about Islamophobia than rape. European women matter less than Muslim feelings.

Continue reading here.

France Says It Foiled Jihadi Attack Near Orleans
French authorities say they thwarted a jihadi attack last week in an area near the central French city Orleans.

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Tuesday on a visit near Toulouse that the planned attack targeted "soldiers, police and representatives of the state," and that two French citizens aged 20 and 24 were arrested on Dec. 19.

Cazeneuve said that the two were in contact with a French jihadi in Syria and that an investigation is going to establish the exact links between the thwarted attack and the jihadi.

Cazeneuve said this brings the total number of foiled attacks in France to 10 since 2013. He also said that 3,414 people have been turned away from France's borders since a state of emergency was declared after last month's Paris attacks.

1 Million Migrate to Europe in 2015, and Now German Police Warn of Terrorism
The International Organization of Migration announced Monday that the number of migrants and refugees to enter Europe through "irregular" means this year has crossed 1 million, a 400-percent increase over 2014. War, poverty, persecution, and rules in Middle Eastern countries against refugees holding legitimate jobs have prompted many to leave their homes in countries from Ukraine to Senegal and even camps built to house those fleeing war in Syria. More than 800,000 of those entering Europe came through Greece, mostly via a route from Turkey to the island of Lesbos. Others crossed by sea into Italy and Spain, by land from Turkey to Bulgaria, and even by bicycle from Russia to Norway.

Meanwhile, German police have warned Chancellor Angela Merkel that the inability to properly fingerprint so many crossing into the country, and otherwise control the border, means they have "no idea who enters the country, under what name, and for what reason," reports global news site Worldcrunch. Jörg Radek of the Police Trade Union wrote in a letter to Merkel that federal police are "not capable of exercising their duty of danger prevention and law enforcement at the German-Austrian borders the way they are legally bound to."

An article last week in the German newspaper Die Welt described how the self-proclaimed Islamic State now controls passport offices in parts of Iraq and Syria, leading Fabrice Leggeri, who heads the European Union's border control agency Frontex, to tell Die Welt that "the validity of refugee passports from our view is very limited." Leggeri said it would be "wrong" to "impose a general suspicion" that refugees may be dangerous but that under current conditions in Syria there is no guarantee that passports "were actually issued by an official authority [are] really carried by the rightful owner." Fake documents are relatively easy to spot. The problem is with genuine Syrian passports that have been issued by ISIS.

Worldcrunch reported that an unidentifed source at the German Interior Ministry said, "Considering the large number of immigrants, it can't be ruled out that among them could be criminals [or] members of militant groups or terrorist organizations."