Germany’s Enemy Within: Persecuted Christians have their asylum applications rejected by headscarf-wearing Muslims

Two recent reports from Germany suggest that the enemy is not only inside the gates, but inside the government. The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), in what may be around 2000 cases, has granted asylum although the requirements for it were not met. Corruption and bribery investigations are now underway against the suspended (female) director of the Bremen branch office and against three … Continue reading Germany’s Enemy Within: Persecuted Christians have their asylum applications rejected by headscarf-wearing Muslims

Peak derangement: Italian government sends 80 migrants to a rural village with 7 inhabitants

In the district of Vaccamozzi, in Erbezzo, there are seven people living. A woman with her mother and uncle of 94 and 96, a couple, a carer and a man. This is where, between Sunday and yesterday, greeted by the mist and rain, 26 Africans arrived, asylum seekers, all between 18 and 30. They are the first, 80 are expected in total. They will be … Continue reading Peak derangement: Italian government sends 80 migrants to a rural village with 7 inhabitants

Austria now spends as much on asylum seekers as it does on its army

According to Finance Minister Hans Jörg Schelling, the costs of asylum seekers are now around 1.8 billion euros. This emerged from the budget review of the ÖVP and FPÖ – who are currently in coalition negotiations. For comparison: the federal government spends around 1.9 billion euros on the army. Source   Continue reading Austria now spends as much on asylum seekers as it does on its army

Italy: 54% of refugees have mental health problems

It is easy to brand them aggressive and hostile, easy to accuse them of ingratitude towards those who are welcoming them. It is more difficult to investigate the motives for such behaviour, overcome the temptation to generalise and solve the problem by classifying it among the inevitable distresses of the refugee invasion. They are fleeing wars, famine, persecution and the traumas they carry within them … Continue reading Italy: 54% of refugees have mental health problems

Police officer on Lampedusa writes letter of warning to newspaper: “We rescue them and they laugh in our faces”

A police officer assigned to work on Lampedusa to help processing the “refugees” has written a long letter of warning to the Italian newspaper Il Tempo about his experience. Other newspapers have been publishing articles about it. Here are some extracts. This is the truth about the disembarkations and it is “disturbing”. Manuel Cantelli, A a long-serving police officer, has written a letter to Il … Continue reading Police officer on Lampedusa writes letter of warning to newspaper: “We rescue them and they laugh in our faces”

Bavarian minister expects up to 7 million more “refugees” to come to Germany as a result of family reunification

In the current refugee crisis, new figures for how many asylum seekers and refugees have already come to Germany or will come in future are offered almost every day. Now Bavaria’s Vice-President Ilse Aigner brings a new number into play: how many refugees could come to Germany in the next few years. She said to the Münchner Merkur that the talk is of “up to seven million … Continue reading Bavarian minister expects up to 7 million more “refugees” to come to Germany as a result of family reunification

Lampedusa can’t take any more

Recall that Lampedusa was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. In April of this year, its then mayor was awarded a prize from Unesco. A Unesco jury has awarded the organization’s prestigious ‘peace prize’ to the mayor of Lampedusa, the Italian island which gained fame as a hotspot for migrant arrivals. Mayor Giusi Nicolini was awarded the prize together with French NGO SOS … Continue reading Lampedusa can’t take any more