Refugees or an Occupation Army?

  • “Allah requires from the believers to be masters of the land where they live, and only they can have property, and only we will be able to own the land.” — Muslim migrants in Crete, Greece.
  • The migrants were ready to wage jihad because they believed a rumor about an event for which, even had it been true, the Greek State and its inhabitants had no responsibility.
  • The establishment in Greece is a miniature of the American establishment: politicians and institutions of government corrupted to the bones.
  • We Greeks have already been crushed by Islam, by the twentieth century genocide in Turkey and the more recent Turkish occupation of Cyprus, again with the world’s complicity.
  • What is happening in Greece, as in much of Europe, is actually a massive replacement of its population, its values and its way of life.
  • The mainstream political parties obey the self-destructive EU policies on immigration that could eventually cause the end of the Hellenic-Judeo-Christian values of Europe, such as individual freedom, critical thinking and dispassionate inquiry.
What does an occupation army do when it is installed in a country? It occupies the land, forcing residents to follow its own way of life. It implements measures against the country’s inhabitants, it propagandizes its beliefs and uses force to have them imposed.This, sadly, is what has been happening in Greece from the migrants who seem to “forget” that they are hosted in Greece and force the Greeks to feel like guests in their own country.

If someone is a war refugee or his life is in danger in his homeland, it would seem appropriate, when he arrives in the country which offers him asylum, to be grateful to this country, respect its history, its people its values and its laws. The same would hold true for an immigrant who wants to go to a country where he hopes he will find a better future.

In Greece, conversely, illegal immigrants — all of whom the media call “refugees,” apparently trying artificially to legalize them in the moral consciousness of citizens — have been occupying spaces that do not belong to them, using violence, blocking roads, committing crimes against public property, acting aggressively toward residents and the police, and saying that they feel offended when they see symbols that represent Christianity. The guests seem to be trying to take over the house.

Recomended. Read the full article in its original source: Gatestone Institute

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Fury in Germany over Syrian Muslim refugee who gets state hand-outs for his FOUR wives and 22 children

Outrage is building in Germany after it was revealed that a Syrian refugee is claiming social benefits for his FOUR wives and 22 children.

Ghazia A. – whose full name has not been disclosed – fled Syria in 2015 and headed to Germany via Turkey, accompanied by his four wives and 23 children – but one of the daughters has now married and is currently living in Saudi Arabia.

According to Muslim tradition, a man is allowed to have up to four wives as long as he can support them financially. 

Germany does not officially recognize polygamy but is footing the bill for his clan nonetheless.

Ghazia had to choose one of the women as an ‘official’ wife in order for him and the rest of the family to claim social benefits.

He opted for his ‘main’ wife Twasif and five children, while the other three women have been officially labelled his ‘partners’ by authorities.

He lives in Montabaur – hometown of kamikaze Germanwings pilot Andreas Lubitz who achieved infamy last year after seizing the controls of a jetliner he was co-piloting to crash it into the French Alps, killing himself and another 148 people on board.

His other three wives had to split their children between them and were moved into various neighboring communities.

A neighbor of Ghazia told Bild that he is often absent from his ‘main’ family while visiting other wives and children.

‘According to our religion I have the duty to visit each family equally and not to prioritize any of them,’ Ghazia A. told Bild.

The story has caused a storm on social media. ‘Of course, the #Syrian (49) lives with his 4 women & 22 children from #Social benefits, from what else?!’ one person noted in a tweet.

A German financial manager released his calculation of what the German state is paying to the entire family annually. On the website of the Employers’ Association he estimated that the refugees are getting roughly 360,000 Euro per year.

But there is no official confirmation on what they receive.

‘I am practically always on my way to be with my family – yet I would gladly like to work,’ added Ghazia A.

Back in his home country he used to earn money with his car sharing and car service business which covered raising his extended clan.

Some people believe the case reflects the ‘new reality’ in Germany since it opened its doors to over a million people.

‘The new reality in the big canton – nice Friday to you all. My neighbour has 4 women and 23 children,’ one message said.

Another one claimed that the ‘the Syrian with 4 women and 23 children is now being sold to us as a new normality.’

According to Guido Göbel, a local official in Montabaur, covering the financial expenses for the Syrian family is not easy. However, he said that the case is an ‘exemption.’

Source 1: Daily Mail
Source 2: Bild

Germans leaving ‘in droves’ amid fallout from Angela Merkel’s open door migrant policy

Read it in: Germans leaving ‘in droves’ amid fallout from Angela Merkel’s open door migrant policy

And in:  Gatestone Institute.
“I believe that Islam does not belong to Germany. I regard it as a foreign entity which has brought the West more problems than benefits. In my opinion, many followers of this religion are rude, demanding and despise Germany.” — A German citizen who emigrated from Germany, in an “Open Letter to the German Government.”

Franklin Graham: Russian Air Strikes May Prevent Christian Bloodbath

Rev. Franklin Graham, the influential son of beloved evangelist Billy Graham, tells Newsmax TV the pounding Russian air force strikes in Syria may end up saving countless numbers of persecuted Christians.

What Russia is doing may save the lives of Christians in the Middle East,” Graham, president and CEO of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, said Wednesday to J.D. Hayworth and Miranda Khan on “Newsmax Prime.”

You understand that the Syrian government for their good and for their bad over the history of this country, they have protected Christians, they have protected minorities from the Islamists.

The strikes were carried out in rebel-controlled areas of Homs and Hama provinces of Syria, where a civil war has raged on for four years, with armed dissidents are trying to topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

“If the government of Syria and its institutions were to fail, there would be a bloodbath of Christians,” Graham said.

“There were would be tens and tens of thousands of Christians murdered and slaughtered and on top of that you would have hundreds of thousands of more refugees pouring into Europe.

So Russia right now, I see their presence as helping to save the lives of Christians.”

 The raids are reported to have killed at least 33 civilians, including children.
Graham believes part of Syria’s strife is caused by a lack of leadership from the Obama administration.

“If you look at ISIS [the Islamic State], ISIS came about because of the failed leadership of President Obama. His generals told him not to pull the U.S. troops out of Iraq. He did it anyway,” Graham said.

“The government of Iraq began to marginalize the Sunnis. So when the Sunnis saw that they didn’t have a seat at the table anymore, ISIS was formed and they joined with the ISIS inside of Syria.

“Syria was in the middle of a civil war, and a lot of these guys are Saddam Hussein’s former colonels, captains, lieutenants. [They] have military experience and were able to launch these attacks. It’s been brutal, horrific, and I put this at the Obama administration. They’re responsible.”

Graham says the Obama administration’s errors are the result of its skewed priorities.

“He’s more interested in policies that are against Christians in this country and going around the world promoting same-sex marriage and the agenda of the gay and lesbian community,” Graham said.

“I’m not here to bash the gays and lesbians and they certainly have rights and I understand all of that, but this administration has been more focused on that agenda than anything else.

“As a result, the Middle East is burning and you have more refugees moving today since World War II. It could have been prevented.”

Source: NewsMax

One of ISIS’ top commanders was a ‘star pupil’ of US-special forces training in the country of Georgia

Aside from ISIS’ ‘caliph’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Georgian ex-commando Omar al-Shishani might be the most recognizable and popular of the powerful militant group’s leaders.

Sporting a recognizable red beard and happy to pose for photos, Shishani has acted as a very public face for some of ISIS’ most notorious successes.

It was Shishani who posed with the stolen US Humvees that ISIS had seized from Mosul and brought back into Syria.

And it was Shishani who had led successful ISIS military campaigns throughout Syria as well as a blitz through western Iraq that put the group within 100 miles of Baghdad.

These military successes are not simply the result of any innate military capabilities. Instead, Shishani spent years conducting military campaigns against the Russians, first as a Chechen rebel and then as a soldier in the Georgian military. During Shishani’s four years in the military, from 2006 to 2010, his unit received some degree of training from American special forces units.

“He was a perfect soldier from his first days, and everyone knew he was a star,” an unnamed former comrade who is still active in the Georgian military told McClatchy DC. “We were well trained by American special forces units, and he was the star pupil.”

We trained him well, and we had lots of help from America,” another anonymous Georgian defense official told McClatchy about Shishani. “In fact, the only reason he didn’t go to Iraq to fight alongside America was that we needed his skills here in Georgia.”

In 2008, when Russia and Georgia briefly went to war over the Georgian breakaway province of South Ossetia, Shishani reportedly was a star soldier. Although Russia quickly won the war, Shishani and his special forces unit caused asymmetrical damage to the invading Russian forces, including the wounding of the Russian commander of the 58th Army.

Shishani ultimately fell out of favor with the Georgian military and was arrested for 15 months for illegally harboring weapons. In 2012, after serving his sentence, Shishani fled Georgia and went to Syria via Turkey.

However, his history of asymmetrical fighting against the Russians in the Caucasus, both before and after having received American training, has played a key role in defining Shishani’s military and command style.

“Shishani is somewhat unique among ISIS’s commanders. Shishani is fighting like an insurgent,” Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told Musings on Iraq. “He’s using a complex style in Anbar [province in western Iraq], relying on a very small force … Shishani’s forces emphasize speed and agility.”

“They’ll hit multiple targets on the same day, and engage in harassing attacks to try to draw out the enemy, the Iraqi Security Forces or the Sahwa [Sunni tribes aligned against ISIS in Iraq]. Then he loves trapping the people he’s able to draw out that are in pursuit of him.”

hese tactics have worked extremely well for Shishani throughout Iraq. Despite US-led coalition airstrikes and the combined forces of the Iraqi Security Forces and Iranian-backed militias, ISIS has continued to seize territory and embed itself deeper into Iraq’s Anbar province.

And more concerning is that even if ISIS were to lose ground, there is no clear indication that it would make Shishani any less dangerous. Having trained and specialized in insurgent-like, asymmetrical warfare, Shishani would be just as much of a danger to Iraq even should ISIS begin to lose territory.

Source: Business Insider