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Culture-Enrichers Who Pushed Man in Front of a Train Released From Custody
Two men shoved him in front of a train and are already free again: Now the victim speaks
by Hermann Tydecks
March 20, 2017
Dresden — When the S-Bahn rushed towards him, René J. (40) stood in the track bed as if paralyzed: “I thought, this is it.” — the Dresdener wound up his life. Only the engine driver’s quick reaction saved the family father — emergency braking!
The two attackers who nudged him onto the tracks were arrested — and let go again (TAG24 reported). Inconceivable for the victim: “In my eyes it was attempted murder!”
[photo caption: father from the family of René J. (40) from Dresden returns to the crime scene, two days after the inconceivable act of violence.]
The S-Bahn stop Zschachwitz on Sunday. Two days after the stunning deed. René’s hand is shaking, he points to the spot one meter lower on the track bed: “They would not let me up again. I will never forget their faces…”
Condemned To Repeat History
Condemned To Repeat History
Posted By Michael Youssef On 8:46 PM 03/16/2017 In |
EXCERPT FROM THIS ARTICLE: Islam didn’t spread the way Christianity spread — by free-will evangelistic appeal. Islam spread by the sword. It advanced as Islamic warriors conquered the Middle East, North Africa, and parts of Europe. The history of Islam is a history of bloody struggle.
In June 2016, the Presbyterian Church USA held its 222nd General Assembly in Portland, Oregon. A Muslim community leader gave the invocation, praying, “Lead us on the straight path — the path of all the prophets: Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad.”
This prayer was drawn from the Fatihah, the opening chapter of the Koran: “Show us the straight path, the path of those whom Thou hast favoured; Not the [path] of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray.”
Muslims understand “those who earn Thine anger” to be the Jews and “those who go astray” to be Christians. The Presbyterians thought this was a prayer for interfaith understanding, but it was actually a veiled insult to the Christian audience.
Now, I draw a clear distinction between most Muslims and the radicalized, political Muslims known as Islamists. I was born in the Middle East, and I have many dear friends and acquaintances who embrace Islam. I don’t want anyone to misunderstand my genuine affection and appreciation for Muslim people.
But we need to understand the history of the Islamist movement. Islam was founded in the seventh century by Muhammad with a goal of an Islamic world empire. Islam expanded rapidly under Umar ibn al-Khattab, Muhammad’s chief disciple and the second caliph. Umar conquered most of the Byzantine Empire and all of Persia within a few years.
The more information that becomes available regarding the problems Europe is having with the migrants coming from the Middle East and Africa, the more obvious it is that the culture these men and boys were raised in is not compatible with Western behavior There does not seem to be respect for women or for their rights or respect for the rule of law. It definitely seems to be a clash of civilizations. NancyTHE WEEKLY STANDARD
The Truth About SwedenAs Saul Bellow said, ‘A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep’Firemen extinguish a burning car on the third straight night of riots by immigrant youths around Stockholm, May 21, 2013.
Photo credit: Fredrik Sandberg / Scanipx Sweden / AP
“I often use Sweden as a deterring example.”
The words are not those of Donald Trump, but Anders Fogh Rasmussen. In an interview with Swedish public television in January, the former NATO secretary general and Danish prime minister described Sweden’s immigration policy as a failure and a warning to other countries. But it was President Trump’s unclear and slightly confused reference to Sweden during his February 18 rally in Florida that has turned attention to the Scandinavian country of 10 million and the details of its migrant experience. Sweden has accepted more refugees per capita in recent years than any other country in Europe. “Sweden, who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re having problems like they never thought possible,” Trump said. Since then, Swedes have seen facts about their country, and many exaggerations and misconceptions, used as arguments in an American domestic debate.
But there are, in fact, good reasons for Americans to care about Sweden’s problems. First, because Sweden’s failure to integrate its immigrants, in line with Rasmussen’s observation, carries lessons for other countries; second, because Swedish news reporting and public discourse on immigration and integration are restricted by taboos. Swedish journalists and public figures who have been outspoken about the problems—and transgressed what the Swedes call the “opinion corridor”—have risked being labeled xenophobes or racists.
VIDEO – October 2016
Sweden: Looting, Cars Torched, Police Attacked as Riots Break out in Migrant Suburb
Let’s see, $4.1 Billion each year for refugee resettlement- don’t we have real needs in this country for rebuilding our inner cities, educational retraining programs that train our citizens for the jobs that will be returning, highways, bridges, dams, airports, securing the border, modernizing our depleted and outdated military, taking better care of our veterans, paying our military members more, providing for our homeless, etc ?. What about putting a little away to start paying down on our national debt ? The list of our needs here at home is endless and we are bringing in more people to add to our cost burden. That is crazy ! Nancy
Refugees Will Cost Taxpayers an Estimated $4.1 Billion in FY 2017