Germany migrants: Doctors oppose asylum seeker age tests

German doctors have spoken out against proposals for young asylum seekers to undergo mandatory medical tests to ascertain their age.

The German Medical Association (Bundesärztekammer) said the checks were ethically wrong and unreliable.

Conservative politicians have called for tests such as X-rays to make sure young migrants are not lying about being under 18 to avoid deportation.

It follows outrage over the killing of a girl, allegedly by an Afghan migrant.

The 15-year-old was stabbed with a kitchen knife outside a shop in Kandel, in south-western Germany, last week.

Read more

Austria: New Government to Resist “Islamisation”

  • A coalition between the anti-immigration Austrian People’s Party and the anti-establishment Austrian Freedom Party, which will be sworn into office on December 18, is poised to catapult Austria to the vanguard of Western Europe’s resistance to mass migration from the Muslim world.
  • The massive demographic and religious shift underway in Austria, traditionally a Roman Catholic country, appears irreversible. Austria has also emerged as a major base for radical Islam.



    Austrian Chancellor-elect Sebastian Kurz (pictured), who won Austria’s national election after campaigning on a promise to halt illegal immigration, will govern with Heinz-Christian Strache, 48, the Freedom Party leader, who has warned that mass migration is “Islamizing” Austria. (Image source: Raul Mee/EU2017EE/Flickr)

    Read more

EU ‘has east-west split’ on migrant quotas

EU leaders are bitterly divided over a quota scheme for housing migrants, as they begin a summit in Brussels. Summit chairman Donald Tusk called mandatory EU-wide quotas “ineffective”. He spoke of a split “between east and west” over asylum policy. “These divisions are compounded by emotions which make it hard to find common language,” he said.

Read more

“Eurosion”: Muslim Majority in Thirty Years?

  • Even if all current 28 EU members, plus Norway and Switzerland, closed their borders to migrants, the Islamic population will continue to exponentiate…. Today, it is an increase of six million in seven years. And tomorrow?
  • What will happen in major European cities, where the Muslim communities are currently based? Will London, Marseille, Stockholm, Brussels, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Birmingham all have Muslim majorities?
  • Under the “medium” and “high” projections in Pew’s scenarios, how can Europe preserve all its most precious gifts — freedom of expression, separation of church and state, freedom of conscience, rule of law and equality between men and women?

Read more

Germany’s Batty Plan to Deter Migrants

  • Every German knows that hardly any asylum seekers whose applications are rejected are forced to leave Germany. But if their application is rejected and they do decide to return to their home country, they are rewarded with an allowance of between €1000 ($1,200) and €3000 ($3,600).
  • This information campaign, however, must have been carefully hidden from the German public — no major newspaper reported it at the time.
  • “The only authentic and honest thing about this movie were the closing credits….” — Henryk Broder, columnist, Die Welt.

Read more

Japan refuses to die, soon to become a 21st century star

Fabius Maximus website

Summary: Japan continues to prosper, defying the doomsters’ forecasts. Is this a delay of their end times, or the taxing down the runway before lift-off? Japan is in some ways further into the future than the rest of the world. We should watch and learn from them.

Read more

Politically correct Dutch Green leftie female MEP vs. realistic, pragmatic Hungarian MEP – why Europe will never agree on migration

Euronews, November 28, 2017

Sophie Claudet talks to MEPs György Schöpflin and Judith Sargentini over whether Hungary is in breach of fundamental EU rights and the rule of law.

György Schöpflin, MEP, Fidesz Party:

“The idea of having a sizeable Muslim communities settling in Hungary, there are some already by the way, not in very great number, is not acceptable either to my party or indeed to the overwhelming majority of Hungarian opinion, and I think at that point it becomes a matter of democratic choice doesn’t it ? Do you want to be multicultural or do you not want to be multicultural?”

Video/tapescript here