Of course we have all heard of Danish ham, right? Well, one city in Denmark wants to be sure a major export stays on the menu for the Danish people as mass migration from Muslim countries threatens to wipe out European traditions.
And, it sounds like those Danish Lutherans have more guts than the American ones. (For new readers, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services is a major resettlement agency for Muslims in America. See here.)
From Carbonated TV:
Pork, along with alcohol, gambling and adultery, is one of most strictly prohibited things for both Muslims and Jews.
However, following the influx of refugees from war-torn countries in the Middle East, a city in Denmark has ordered the popular meat to be compulsory on all menus in public domain. Considering the majority of asylum-seekers entering the European country follow Islam, it is hard to believe that the new regulation has nothing to do with Muslims — even if the officials insist it’s not.
The council members in Randers, a principally Lutheran city, narrowly approved the law first proposed by the populist Danish People’s Party that is quite renowned for its anti-immigration stance. The officials are adamant that the move is necessary to preserve the Danish food tradition and is not an attack on Muslims.
Council member Frank Noergaard said the new rule wasn’t supposed to be taken as “harassment of Muslims,” but he also noted that they had received “several complaints about too many concessions” being made to Muslims in the country.
“The signal we want to send here is that if you’re a Muslim and you plan to come to Randers, don’t expect you can impose eating habits on others. Pork here is on an equal footing with other food,” he told the Associated Press, adding that food items permissible in Islam would still be available on the municipal menus.
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Munich—A German Catholic church leader condemned an arson attack that destroyed a reception center for asylum seekers.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich-Freising, president of the German bishops’ conference, said the attack revealed that “some groups” were trying to “sow hatred” against migrants.
The July 16 incident in the Bavarian town of Reichertshofen, is the latest in a wave of attacks against hostels for asylum seekers as anti-immigration sentiments rise in Germany in the face of unprecedented numbers of asylum applications.
Noting that there have been 150 attacks against centers for refugees and asylum seekers in the first half of 2015, Marx said the church must make clear its opposition to such “hatred and violence.”
About 1,200 of the 7,780 residents of the town, located 40 miles north of Munich in the diocese of Eichstatt, had signed a petition against the project.
Germany is expecting an influx of 450,000 refugees and asylum seekers this year, which is more than double the number of those who arrived in 2014.
With numbers that high, I suspect that tensions are going to get a whole lot worse.
See our ‘Invasion of Europe’ archivehere.
I haven’t seen anyone find the definitive answer yet. Have you?
Andy McCarthy, here, further elaborates on their ‘Palestinian’ origins, and tells us the family came when Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez was an infant. He was born in 1990.
We take very few ‘Palestinian’ refugees (I’ve remarked many times that the Palestinian problem is never solved by the UN because they need to continue the thorn in Israel’s side, but that is a story for another day).
I hate to speculate, but will anyway. There is a chance that this family was very likely among those being expelled from Kuwait (to Jordan) at the time of the first Gulf War. The father is reportedly a Palestinian who could very well have been a successful asylum seeker just as had been the father of the Tsarnaev Boston Bomber family. In the Tsarnaev case the father got into the US on his own and then asked for asylum. Once granted political refugee status he then brought the rest of the family over.
ORR Annual reports to Congress hold much information
I went back to the Office of Refugee Resettlement Annual Reports to Congress to see what we were doing in the early 1990’s in Jordan and Kuwait. For those of you doing research, these are a treasure-trove of information. In the first half of the 1990’s we took no refugees from either Kuwait or Jordan, however, much to my surprise the reports in the early 1990’s included the nationalities of successful asylum seekers. Unfortunately by the 1995 report this feature was dropped from subsequent reports. However… Go here to the Annual Report for 1994 and see Table 14 on Page A-24. From 1990-1994 we accepted 85 asylum seekers from Kuwait and 66 from Jordan. Could this be how the Abdulazeez family gained legal immigrant status in the US? Again, we don’t know yet, or at least I haven’t seen reports yet on how exactly this family gained access to a legal life in Tennessee, but, this gave me an opportunity to mention the Annual Reports to all of you concerned activist citizens who are researching what has been done to your states.
Completely changing the subject….I was interested to see (in that same 1994 report) a table on the distribution of ‘unaccompanied minors’ that year. We distributed 8,416 of those ‘unaccompanied minors’ to your towns as early as 1994.
As Germany marches over the demographic cliff, at least Denmark is trying to save itself! Or, is it already too late?
Last year the government announced major changes in the Danish asylum process limiting the time ‘asylum seekers’ can stay, and those who do stay must wait a long time to bring in the family.
In contrast, once someone is declared a refugee in America they are in for life and can immediately bring in the family! In fact, with the Syrian civil war, it could end tomorrow, but any Syrian refugees admitted to the US are here for the next ___number of generations!
In January, 626 people – around half of them from Syria – applied for asylum in the Scandinavian country compared with 3,150 in September, according to the Danish Immigration Service.
The Danish government said in September it would introduce a temporary, one-year residence permit for asylum seekers fleeing civil wars such as the Syrian conflict.
The new permit, which came into force this year, can be extended for another two years and does not allow family reunifications to be granted during the first year.
“I think one of the most crucial factors for how many people apply is the length of the asylum and the conditions for family reunification,” the ruling Social Democratic party’s spokesman on integration issues, Ole Haekkerup, told news agency Ritzau.
“This is where the government has made an effort,” he added.
See our Denmark archive, here. Our ‘Invasion of Europe’ series is here.
[STOCKHOLM] Sweden needs to beef up its border security to stop passport fraud, a government inquiry argued Monday as the country grapples with unprecedented levels of immigration.
The inquiry proposed fingerprint scans for all nationalities entering Sweden from outside the passport-free Schengen Area in a move that pre-empts the European Union, which has yet to make such screenings mandatory.
Sweden has seen immigration levels soar in the wake of the Syrian conflict and expects a record 90,000 asylum seekers to arrive in Sweden in 2015.
Among travellers entering Sweden from non-Schengen countries with either fake or lookalike passports, 77 per cent had come from Turkey, a frequent transit point for refugees from Syria and Iraq.
So if they catch the fraudulent asylum-seekers are they going to have the spine to send them back to Turkey? I doubt it!
HOW CAN THEY BE SO STUPID (sorry I’m shouting!)?
See our complete Sweden archive. The country is my bet for the first European country to fall in the Muslim invasion of Europe.