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Hard proof some “refugees” are invading terrorists

A handout picture provided by the German police shows a 34-year-old Algerian man posing next to firearms and ammunition in an undisclosed location

A handout picture provided by the German police shows a 34-year-old Algerian man posing next to firearms and ammunition in an undisclosed location

I hate having to say I told you so, but…

This is the extraordinary image recovered by German police from an Algerian Islamic State terrorist who was posing as a Syrian refugee.

The 34-year-old man, arrested at a refugee shelter in the town Attendorn on Thursday, poses with a handgun alongside a huge cache of weapons and ammunition at an undisclosed location.

The suspect, who police believe received military training in Syria, crouches in front of grenades, machine guns, gun cartridges and a tactical helmet and military-style webbing and a backpack.

He is wearing a headband with Arabic writing similar to those widely worn by IS militants and combat fatigues.

The man, whose identity has not been given by police, reportedly arrived in Germany with his family at the end of 2015.

Police said he had applied for asylum with his family, claiming to be a Syrian fleeing the country’s civil war.

In fact, they believe he was part of a terror cell aiming to massacre civilians.   Read more »

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Introducing the new multicultural toilet

What do you do when toilet training fails? When my children were slow to learn, I put them in pull ups, which are a wonderful in-between option between big boy pants and disposable nappies.

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If I hadn’t trained them they would have gone on the floor, the grass outside or in their beds at night. Toilet training is a pretty standard part of our Western culture. The design of our toilets has always been pretty standard too. Apart from the occasional building that has a bidet, we westerners have stuck with a simple and comfortable flush toilet like this one.

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Western countries up until now have never thought to change their toilets to suit the different customs of people from other countries. Instead, people from other countries have been expected to learn how to use our western toilets and up until now they all have. This has changed in Germany where they have been forced to design a multicultural toilet, not because they are wanting to be tolerant, but because toilet cleaners are refusing to clean toilets used by the refugees who appear incapable of following even simple pictorial instructions. Are they really that stupid or are they refusing to conform to western standards?

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Merkel’s latest Hail Mary: but, but… they’ll go home again

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Merkel said that despite efforts to integrate refugees and help them, it was important to stress that they had only been given permission to stay for a limited period of time.

“We need … to say to people that this is a temporary residential status and we expect that once there is peace in Syria again, once IS has been defeated in Iraq, that you go back to your home country with the knowledge that you have gained,” she said on Saturday (local time) at a meeting of CDU members in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

She said 70 percent of refugees that fled to Germany from the war in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s had returned to their home countries. Read more »

Photo Of The Day

Solomon and Frieda Radasky. After over 50 years of marriage and two children, Frieda Radasky passed away in 1999. Frieda, like her husband, was from Warsaw.

Solomon and Frieda Radasky. After over 50 years of marriage and two children, Frieda Radasky passed away in 1999. Frieda, like her husband, was from Warsaw.

Solomon Radasky

Survivor

The 27th of January was Holocaust Memorial Day, we remember how little we remember. Despite the many movies, books and survivor testimonies, there are the countless stories that have been lost and there are all the non-transmissible sensations. One who was not there can never know what it felt like to be there.

How did I survive? When a person is in trouble he wants to live. He fights for his life…Some people say, “Eh — What will be, will be.” No! You have to fight for yourself day by day. Some people did not care. They said, “I do not want to live. What is the difference? I don’t give a damn.” I was thinking day by day. I want to live. A person has to hold on to his own will, hold on to that to the last minute.

I am from Warsaw. I lived in Praga, which is the part of the city across the Vistula river. I had a nice life there; I had my own shop where I used to make fur coats. In Warsaw when a Jewish holiday came we used to know it was a holiday. All the stores were closed, and the people were in the synagogues.

Out of the 78 people in my family, I am the only one to survive. My parents had 3 boys and 3 girls: My parents were Jacob and Toby; my brothers were Moishe and Baruch, and my sisters were Sarah, Rivka and Leah. They were all killed.

My mother and my older sister were killed in the last week of January 1941. The year 1941 was a cold winter with a lot of snow. One morning the SD and the Jewish police caught me in the street. I was forced to work with a lot of other people clearing snow from the railroad tracks. Our job was to keep the trains running.

When I returned to the ghetto I found out that my mother and older sister had been killed. The Germans demanded that the Judenrat collect gold and furs from the people in the ghetto. When they asked my mother for jewelry and furs, she said she had none. So they shot her and my older sister too.

My father was killed in April 1942. He went to buy bread from the children who were smuggling food into the ghetto. The children brought bread, potatoes and cabbages across the wall into the Warsaw ghetto. A Jewish policeman pointed out my father to a German and told him that he saw my father take a bread from a boy at the wall. The German shot my father in the back.

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Gut, Jetzt abhauen dich

Refugees? Really?

I don’t remember any Jewish refugee wanting to go back to Germany, yet these Syrian refugees are wanting to go back to Syria.

In October, Amer sold all his belongings in Syria and took his family to a safer life in Germany. Four months later, he wants to return to a country still at war.

Once in Germany, Amer discovered an unexpected reality: Instead of the small house he was hoping for and money to help him open a business, he was given a bare room in an old administrative building turned into an emergency shelter. Now he is packing his bags again.

“I came to Germany because everyone was saying it was heaven. Now I regret that decision,” said the 30-year-old from Damascus.

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Photo Of The Day

A German worker refuses to raise his arm to give the nazi salute at Hitler's arrival to his factory, Hamburg, 1936.

A German worker refuses to raise his arm to give the nazi salute at Hitler’s arrival to his factory, Hamburg, 1936.

Just One Refused The Nazi Salute

It was Nazi Germany in 1936, and a crowd of people had gathered in Hamburg to watch the launch of a navy training vessel. As hundreds raised their arms in unison in the Nazi salute, one man stood with his arms crossed, his eyes squinting at whoever was leading the salute.

This picture has appeared periodically over the last few years. Its popularity is easy to understand. A crowd is slavishly announcing the thousand year Reich but one man, can you spot him, refuses to lift his hand. The picture has become associated with August Landmesser, a member of the Nazi party who made the error (according to his regime) of marrying a Jewish woman and then saw his family broken up, his wife murdered, and who was ultimately drafted and lost (MIA) on the Croatian front as the iron dream turned rusty.

And yet… And yet…

Well, we’ll get to the story in a minute but first, the basic facts about the photograph. The image was taken 13 June 1936 at the launch of the Horst Wessel at the Blohm und Voss shipyard in Hamburg, a German training vessel: bizarrists may be interested to know that this ship is now called the Eagle and is part of the U.S. Coast Guard.

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Activist youth of Germany are speaking out about the future of Europe

The “Future of Europe” is the title of a video made by the German branch of the anti-mass migration youth movement called Identitarian.The young men and women in the video don’t fit the image the Media promotes of right-wing activists. There are no shaved heads or military-type clothing. They look like average Germans. I am sure that this is deliberate. Their movement is more mainstream than the media want to admit and it is to the average German that they are pitching their movement.

We all know what happened in Germany when Hitler appealed to Germans’ desire for a proud, national identity. In his case, he scapegoated the Jews for all of Germany’s financial woes that, in reality, had been caused by the reparation payments from the previous world war. In this case, refugees/immigrants actually are causing financial and societal woes in Germany because their numbers have not been restricted by Merkel’s government and because they have not been adequately screened. If Merkel’s government continues to do nothing, how long will it be before Germans take matters into their own hands? Europe is a powder keg and the fuse has already been lit.

“you impose tolerance and diversity but you mean self-hatred, self-denial, and self-abolishment. You love and support the foreign and hate and fight what is our own. You want to talk us into believing that we have no identity, that we are too homogeneous. We shall be repressed and replaced. You preach of the diversity of cultures yet you destroy them.”

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Well duh! Merkel finally works out what she has imported

Now Merkel is acknowledging that the migrants are anti-Semitic and that anti-semitism is growing like a cancer in Europe.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for “intensive action” against anti-Semitism on Saturday, urging vigilance particularly when dealing with young people from countries “where hatred of Israel and anti-Semitism is widespread.”

Anti-Semitism is more widespread than we imagined. And that is why we must act intensively against it,” Merkel, who on Monday will inaugurate an exhibition in Berlin titled “The Art of the Holocaust,” said in her weekly video podcast.   Read more »

Nobody knows where 600,000 “refugees” who entered Germany are

Who had the brilliant idea of letting in a million ‘refugees’?

Oh that’s right, it was Angela Merkel…now more than 600,000 of them are missing.

The German government is unable to say where more than half of the one million asylum seekers allowed into the country have ended up, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.

Government statistics show that Germany registered 1.1million applications by the end of last year under its EASY system, which does not record much more than an applicant’s country of origin.

German Interior Ministry spokesman Dr Harald Neymanns admitted that delays in the processing of asylum seeker applications would account for some of those missing.

But he also said that in some cases refugees may not have stayed in Germany but instead gone on to a different country elsewhere in the EU.

A third explanation is that the refugees may not have existed in the first place – because some asylum seekers have been found to apply multiple times in an attempt to get sent to the city of their choice.   Read more »

When idealism meets reality

Achtung, how can we help? Photographer: Christof Srache/AFP/Getty ImagesACHTUNG, HOW CAN WE HELP? PHOTOGRAPHER: CHRISTOF SRACHE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Achtung, how can we help?

Photographer: Christof Srache/AFP/Getty Images ACHTUNG, HOW CAN WE HELP? PHOTOGRAPHER: CHRISTOF SRACHE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

In an interview translated from German, a social worker who currently works inside a German refugee centre, tells us about her experiences.

I have applied for this job because it was exactly what I wanted to do,

By the time that the confirmation [that I had got the job] finally arrived in my mailbox, I was looking forward to it like crazy.

I finally could not only help in theory, but also really do something practical to help the refugees.”

I went in high spirits to my first day in the initial reception center.

Naturally I was very excited, as one always is on the first working day of a new job…It is certainly truly super here, I thought to myself.

Over the next few days, she said, she threw herself into the work, which consisted of providing counselling services to the 1,500+ people at the centre.

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