Ι am Autolycus and this is the Europa Report for the past week, Αugust 26th to September 2nd, bringing you the latest news on the Continent regarding new political developments and the ever ongoing ‘’refugee’’ crisis.
According to http://www.independent.co.uk the officers were assaulted while on patrol in the Danish capital’s district of Christiania, which is known for its drugs trade, on Wednesday.
In a statement released through its online propaganda agency, Isis described the attacker as a “soldier of the Islamic State”, saying he was responding to jihadists’ calls for followers to carry out atrocities in the West.
The attacker was criticially injured in the ensuing shoot-out with police and died today in Copenhagen’s university hospital.
Two police officers were shot, including one who was seriously wounded, and a bystander was also injured. Isis’ claim of responsibility could not be independently verified and local residents initially linked the gunfight with Christiania’s drug trade.
The suspected attacker was named as Mesa Hodzic, a Danish citizen who was born in Bosnia, but moved to the country at the age of four.
“He apparently has ties to [militant Islamist group] Millatu Ibrahim and sympathies for Isis,” police said in an initial statement, adding that there was “no evidence that [his alleged terrorist sympathies] has influenced the shooting incidents.”
Moving on south, to Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel finally admitted making a mistake to suspend a year ago EU rules and inviting “no upper limit” of migrants to Germany.
“We didn’t embrace the problem in an appropriate way. That goes as well for protecting the external border of the Schengen area”, the German Chancellor said in an interview, finally admitting some responsibility for the migrant crisis.
However, she also blamed other EU nations for not acting quickly enough to tackle the problem she helped to create. “In Germany we ignored the problem for too long and blocked out the need to find a pan-European solution”.
Merkel also announced new plans for quotas to divide the migrants throughout the EU bloc.
Merkel told German public television channel ARD : “That’s not right at all that some countries say: ‘generally speaking, we don’t want to have Muslims in our countries,’’
She also announced a new “quota system” for taking in the invaders, and said that “everyone must do their part,” and that “a common solution must be found.”
Speaking at an “Open Day” at her Chancellery in Berlin last Sunday, Merkel said that all EU Member States had to agree to the “refugee distribution program”—and that no one can be allowed to opt out.
That effectively means that the German government will take in thousands of invaders currently in Italy—even those who are obviously not “refugees” in any sense of the word.
The invaders—who illegally entered Italy by boat—will start being transferred directly from September this year at the rate of “hundreds” per month.
Only Syrians, Eritreans, and Iraqis qualify for the relocation program, meaning the majority of invaders from Africa will not be “eligible for relocation.”
Let us remind at this point that at least 10,000 African invaders have landed in Italy in the first two days of this week—mostly being brought ashore by the Italian navy and leftist organizations.
The sharp increase in numbers is a direct result of the lawlessness which prevails in Libya, and the pro-invasion policies pursued by every Western European nation which encourages the Africans with offers of welfare
The International Organization for Migration said in its latest overview that no less than 105,000 invaders had now reached Italy by boat in 2016, most of them setting sail from Libya.
Favorable weather conditions this week have seen an increase in boats setting sail. Some 1,100 invaders were picked up on Sunday and 6,500 on Monday—and the influx is showing no sign of abating.
Italy has been on the front line for three years, and more than 400,000 invaders have successfully made the voyage to Italy from North Africa since the beginning of 2014.
The 6,500 invaders brought ashore on Monday were all picked up only 13 miles off the Libyan coast, meaning that the EU’s navies are now doing the smugglers’ work in assisting the invasion.
Not to mention that, the president of Germany’s largest economic research unit has admitted that the mass nonwhite invader invasion of Germany will not produce the oft-touted “second economic miracle”—and that the “refugees” cost far more than they ever will produce.
Speaking in an interview with the Bild newspaper, Clemens Fuest, president of the Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich (Ifo Institute) said that “refugee” employment now stood at 32,000 in Germany.
This means that around 2 percent of the 1.5 million nonwhite invaders who entered Germany last year are actually working—and the remaining 1,499,970 are parasiting off the German taxpayers.
In France, the interior minister has vowed to dismantle The Jungle migrant camp outside Calais and relocate the migrants to centers around France. His promise comes as Calais locals prepare to blockade the town by taking part in a ‘go slow’ protest on the city’s roads.
The Jungle was partially cleared at the beginning of the year, with much of the southern half of the camp bulldozed to the ground. Despite the intervention, however, numbers within the camp have continued to climb month on month over the summer – and violence in the area has escalated.
Speaking to local newspaper Nord Littoral, Bernard Cazeneuve sought to reassure locals by setting out a plan to wind down the camp and relocate the migrants.
“We dismantled the southern area in early March, and we have already begun to dismantle the north,” he said. “This has to be done in stages, starting with creating more accommodation places in France, so as to relieve Calais.”
Also, a Nice court finally suspended the burkini ban on Thursday after authorities in the French Riviera resort had defied a ruling by the country’s highest administrative court.
Judges in Nice said the July 14 terror attack on the French Riviera city gave insufficient grounds to justify such a ban.
The decision Thursday follows last week’s ruling by France’s highest administrative court to suspend the bans introduced by around 30 towns, mainly in the sun-drenched southeast.
In the United Kingdom, Police are under fire over a “ Rotherham style ” abuse scandal in the town of Telford which is dubbed the child sex capital of Britain.
Officers are accused of taking too long to probe allegations contained in files stretching to 150 pages.
It is claimed reports of grooming in Telford, were logged incorrectly and not taken seriously enough despite an earlier probe that led to seven men being jailed in 2012.
Today, one victim who was hawked among paedophiles and forced to sleep with a string of men, said: “The police have betrayed the children of this town for a second time.
She spoke after it emerged detailed reports had been handed to police by “street pastors” on night patrol. They include eye-witness accounts of teenagers being sold drugs at underage discos and gangs of older men grooming drunk children.
The reports, compiled over three years, allege older men operate in gangs and circle disco venues, take-aways and kids’ haunts in cars, often approaching youngsters in the street.
Trained pastors – local church volunteers – began providing information in 2013 after Operation Chalice, which had probed earlier exploitation.
Leading calls for an independent inquiry, the abuse victim said: “I never want any other girl to go through what I did. We need a Rotherham-style inquiry in Telford.
“It has been going on for at least two decades. When will it stop?”
In other news from Britain, David Davis, the minister in charge of negotiating the country’s exit from the bloc said on Thursday, claimed that the country is ideally seeking tariff-free access to the European Union’s single market combined with curbs on immigration.
He said: “We will be negotiating over an issue I suspect is in the interest of other members of the EU and others to get a good trading relationship in the long run,”
He added: “We have to take control of our borders and have to be able to control the number of people Coming into UK,”
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she was seeking a unique relationship with the European Union, in an apparent rejection of suggestions from other EU states that Britain must choose between free trade and migration limits.
Supporters of Brexit received a boost on Thursday when a survey showed British manufacturing staging one of its sharpest rebounds on record in August, prompting the pound to soar by more than a cent against the dollar.
Finance Minister Philip Hammond said post-Brexit Britain would be an “outward-looking country” that would seek to attract companies to invest and grow.
That does not stop Tony Blair to claim that voters “have a right” to change their minds and the UK could remain inside the European Union (EU) if public opinion shifts, demanding Europhiles continue to push ‘project fear’.
The former Labour Prime minister said, speaking on French radio station Europe 1: “I did not agree with the referendum, I do not think it was necessary,”
More than two months since the biggest democratic mandate in the history of British democracy was given to leaving the supranational bloc, he insisted Remain supporters should continue to warn of the “costs and consequences” of Brexit.
Let us draw our attention to Eastern Europe where Poland refused to let cross the EU’s border to 200 Chechens from Belarus.
Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on TV that as long as the conservative Law and Justice party was in power “we will not expose Poland to the threat of terrorism.”
He explained that he denied entry to the Chechens because the border is sealed to protect the nation and Europe against terrorism. “The point is to ensure security to Europe.”
Human rights groups say torture, abductions and extrajudicial executions have been widespread during the rule of Chechnya’s Kremlin-backed leader Ramzan Kadyrov and the Chechens say they aim to enter the EU through Poland to seek asylum.
Moreover, in Hungary a group of nationalist militants—members of a group which physically attacked the homes of Communist politicians—were given jail terms of between 10 months and 13 years this week after a trial which lasted five years.
The charges included allegations that they threw Molotov cocktails at the homes of members of the Hungarian Socialist Party (Magyar Szocialista Párt, MSZP), the direct successor to the Communist dictators who ran the country before the collapse of the Iron Curtain.
According to a report in Hungary today, the leader of the “Arrows of the Hungarians” group, Gyorgy Budahazy, 47, and 16 others carried out the attacks between 2007 and 2009.
Finally, in Greece, the governing party of SYRIZA is planning ‘refugee’ camps across all of the country meaning 1,000 illegal immigrants in Each Region of Greece.
The redistribution of illegal immigrants into new accommodation centers, which will be created in almost all regions of the country, are being assessed by the Government. The only areas to be excluded are the border regions, such as Evros, and small islands.
The creation of the new centers will be made based on population criteria. The aim of the government is for each structure to accommodate 500 to 1,000 people so the camps don’t become “small cities”. The implementation will initiate in September.
Meanwhile, illegal immigration flows continue with increased rates towards the Greek islands following the failed coup in Turkey, as indicated by the data released by the governmental body for the refugee crisis.
The arrivals to the Greek shores more than doubled between the first half of July and the second half of the month which followed the coup, rising from 634 to 1,277. The first 20 days of August saw the number of arrivals reached 2,100, an average of more than 200 arrivals a day.
That was all for this week!
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