The Europa Report for the Week Ending June 9th, 2017

The Europa Report for the Week Ending June 9th, 2017

For Jayoh De la Rey, I’m Trent Holmgren, and this is the Europa Report for the week ending June 9, 2017 – bringing you the latest news regarding the non-white invasion of the European continent.

First, this week, from Breitbart London, Non-White Invaders are formally politically organizing.
Austria’s “migrant party”, the New Movement for the Future (NBZ), have announced they will be fielding candidates across Austria for the snap national election in October.
The New Movement for the Future (NBZ) was formed by Turkish immigrants in the city of Voralburg and ran for office in local elections. Chairman Adnan Dincer, originally from Turkey, has now said the party is ready to field candidates in the Austrian national election planned for October 15th, Die Presse reports.
So far the NBZ has not announced where they will be running or who their candidates are but a party spokesman said the party had decided on Sunday to compete in the national elections. The party also announced they will move their headquarters to the Austrian capital of Vienna.

Heading East across the continent, Poland is putting the invader question before its voters.
Also from Breitbart London,
Describing the question of whether Poland should be forced to accept a quota of migrants from the third world as “of vital importance” for its future security, Andrzej Duda said the referendum could be held during parliamentary elections in 2019.
“That would allow the new government to hear the clear voice of the nation on the issue,” said the president.
The conservative Law and Justice (PiS) government’s position on the quota system is “clear and unambiguous”, Duda said. He said maintaining the party “does not agree with the [plan], and asserted that “Poland does not consent to the forced relocation of refugees on our territory”.
Holding a referendum will also enable the public’s voice to be heard over the voices of international organisations, Duda asserted,
“If Brussels continues to raise [the issue of migration], attempting to exert pressure and force on the Polish authorities, then public opinion will be extremely important,” Duda promised.

More on Poland from the Visegrad post.
After the islamist attacks of Manchester, in which 22 people died, including two Polish citizens, the Polish Prime Minister, Beata Szydło, made strong statement regarding political elites and Western Europeans.
“We are not going to take part in the madness of the Brussels elite. We want to help people, not the political elites,” started Szydło.
“Rise from your knees and from your lethargy or you will be crying over your children every day.
“If you can’t see this – if you can’t see that terrorism currently has the potential to hurt every country in Europe, and you think that Poland should not defend itself, you are going hand in hand with those who point this weapon against Europe, against all of us.
“It needs to be said clearly and directly: This is an attack on Europe, on our culture, on our traditions.” She went on to ask: “Do we want strong politicians who can see the danger and can fight against it efficiently?”
Alongside with the other countries of the Visegrád group, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary, but also with Austria, Poland is opposed to the mandatory quotas of migrants wanted by Merkel and the European Commission.
Szydło’s government reversed a pledge by its predecessor to take up to 6,200 refugees. The commission has threatened sanctions if the requisite number are not taken by June.

This comes on the heels of nieghboring Visegrad member, Czechia, announcing its withdrawal from the commission scheme to settle non-white invaders in their country.
“Citing security issues, Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said on Monday the Visegrád nation will not be resettling any more of the quota of 2,691 migrants demanded by the scheme, having so far taken just a dozen people who arrived uninvited to Italy and Greece on boats.
“Due to the aggravated security situation and th.e dysfunctionality of the whole system, the government approved… a proposal to halt this system for the Czech Republic,” Chovanec told a news conference following a cabinet meeting.
“That means the Czech Republic will not be asking for migrants to be relocated from Greece and Italy.”
And in France, a muslim celebrates Ramadan by attacking a police officer with a hammer near the Notre Dame Cathedral. His muslim cohorts immediately defend him with taquiyya, the muslim requirment to lie to non-muslims. From

Farid Ikken, 40, was shot in the chest as he lunged at a police officer outside the world-famous cathedral on Tuesday afternoon and is currently under guard at a Paris hospital.
The Algerian journalist reportedly shouted “this is for Syria” as he attacked a police officer with a hammer outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.
A video of the suspect pledging allegiance to Islamic State (ISIS) was later found in his flat in the northern Paris suburb of Cergy-Pontoise following a counter-terrorism raid.
But his nephew, Sofiane Ikken, told Europe 1 radio on Wednesday that Ikken was a moderate Muslim with no known links to radical Islam.
The human rights lawyer said: “At first, we thought that police had gotten the attacker’s name wrong. Because the person that people have been talking about in the news isn’t the person that, we, his family, know.”
“Farid is a progressive. He’s not an extremist… His parents are in shock and can’t believe what’s going on and that the person everyone is talking about is their son. He used to say that he didn’t understand what ISIS was trying to achieve and once called (ISIS’s leader) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi an ‘idiot’.”

And finally, we have more rape news from Germany provided by,
another German “refugees welcome” liberal activist has been raped by the “asylum seeker” to whom she offered accommodation in Cologne.
A 26-year-old Afghan “asylum seeker” was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for the rape last week.
According to the Kölner Rundschau newspaper, the victim, a 20-year-old woman, had offered to let the nonwhite invader stay with her in her apartment in the city.
The nonwhite criminal swindled his way into Germany by claiming to be a refugee, and had made contact with the woman through the internet group “Flüchtlinge Wilkommen” (Refugees welcome).
That organization, set up to encourage the Third World invasion, runs a website devoted to allowing liberal activists to make direct contact with the nonwhites and offer them accommodation outside of the state-run invader centers.
The woman and her brother—both enthusiastic supporters of the invasion—offered the use of a spare bedroom to the invader last year in October, the court heard.
On October 25, the nonwhite tried to make sexual advances to the woman, but she told him she was not interested.
Then, later that night while she was sleeping, he entered her bedroom, pinned her down, and raped her. The nonwhite fled the premises, and the victim fled to her brother’s bedroom.
The police were called and were able to arrest the invader shortly afterward. He claimed that the sex was consensual, but evidence presented in court proved he was lying.
It is not known if the woman is still an enthusiastic supporter of the “refugees welcome” movement or if she and her brother have offered their spare bedroom once again.

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