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Sweden: Migrant Gang Beat, Urinate on Teenager

More cultural enrichment from everyone’s favorite progressive utopia.

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A new video out of Sweden shows a gang of migrants beating and urinating on a Swedish teenager in the latest example of cultural enrichment from everyone’s favorite progressive utopia.

The clip shows the boy being laughed at, insulted and beaten as the mob discusses taking money off him.

“Let me piss on him,” states one of the migrants before ordering the boy to open his mouth and urinating in his mouth.

“Remember no go zones don’t exist, there are no issues arising from immigration, multiculturalism is a strength & we now have a safer & more united society after 2 decades of open borders. This is unfortunately just beginning,” tweeted Henrik Palmgren alongside the video.

Despite massive problems with migrant crime, the Swedish government and authorities appear to be more intent on prosecuting those who complain about it.

Numerous Swedes have been hit with hate crimes charged for complaining about mass migration on social media.

As we have previously highlighted, surveys show that migrants are vastly overrepresented in violent crime and rapes in Sweden, but the government stopped gathering official statistics back in 2005.

This was long before the problem was exacerbated by the arrival of over 150,000 new “refugees” mainly from Islamic countries from 2015 onwards.

Grenade attacks and deadly shootings in Sweden – concerns over which were once derided as a “conspiracy theory” by the media – now represent a “national emergency” according to a new report by Quillette.

Earlier this year, Swedish author Björn Ranelid warned that the level of crime and violence the previously sedate country is experiencing amounts to a “small scale war.”

Back in October, the former CEO of trucking company Scania also warned that Sweden is heading towards civil war due to uncontrolled mass immigration.

The CEO of Volvo also said that the company is considering moving its headquarters out of Sweden in the future, partly due to a rise in violent crime.

As we highlighted back in November, a left-wing journalist in Sweden who vehemently supported mass immigration changed her tune, admitting that when it came to Sweden’s crime-ridden no-go areas, “everyone knew it would end in disaster.”

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Socialist Presidential Candidate Vows to “Purge” French Military After Letter Warning of Civil War

Far-left Mélenchon vows to expose dissidents.

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Socialist politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon has vowed to “purge” the military if he is elected president after active servicemembers wrote a letter warning that France is on the verge of “civil war.”

The letter was initially released by an unknown number of serving soldiers but attracted the support of over 250,000 members of the public within 24 hours.

It warns President Macron that “a civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well” due to the fact that “hatred for France and its history (is) becoming the norm” thanks to the “anti-racism” movement and millions of immigrants who have failed to integrate into society.

Far-left politician Mélenchon, who came fourth in the 2017 presidential election, reacted strongly by vowing to uncover and purge any members of the military who signed the letter.

Labeling the issue “an exceptionally serious situation,” Mélenchon asserted that the military should not allow factions to politicize it.

“If I am elected President of the Republic, these crimes will not go unpunished. I intend to purge the army of the factions,” he said.

Mélenchon also claimed that a “handful of agitators” had taken the military “hostage” by writing the letter, although it’s almost certain that most serving members would agree with its message.

The socialist also accused Valeurs Actuelles, the outlet that published the letter, of “provocation” merely for aiding its circulation.

Mélenchon is going to have a difficult job maintaining public support if he is elected as president next year and follows through on his promise given that a recent poll showed that the majority of French citizens agree that the country is heading towards civil war.

The French government is already investigating 20 former generals who wrote an initial letter warning that “those who despise our country, its traditions, its culture” were engaged in a concerted effort to “dissolve” France.

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Michel Barnier Calls For 3-5 Year Suspension of Immigration Into EU

Cites threat of terrorists and criminals exploiting “sieve” borders.

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Michel Barnier has called for a 3-5 year suspension of immigration into EU countries, warning that the bloc’s external borders have become a “sieve” for criminals and terrorists.

“I think we have to take the time for three or five years to suspend immigration,” Barnier told French media.

The EU’s former Brexit negotiator cited links between between immigration and “terrorist networks that infiltrate migrational flows” as part of his reasoning for calling for the shutdown, while also highlighting the issue of human trafficking networks.

The comments are particularly noteworthy because Barnier is known as a centrist – even a globalist in some ways – yet he is spouting rhetoric normally espoused by right-wing politicians.

When asked whether the comments contradicted his “moderate” reputation, Barnier responded, “The problems of immigration are not moderate. I know, as the politician that I am, to see the problems how they are and how French people experience them and to find solutions.”

However, Barnier made a point of asserting that the controls wouldn’t apply to “refugees,” despite the fact that there have been numerous terror attacks carried out in France and other European countries by refugees.

Barnier’s warning arrives while France is simultaneously gripped by the controversy of a letter penned by active duty military personnel warning President Macron that the country is heading towards civil war, partly as a result of mass uncontrolled immigration.

“A civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well,” the military members warn, adding that the French government must take swift action to ensure “the survival of our country.”

France is home to millions of immigrants, many of them illegal aliens, who have refused to integrate into society and live in decrepit unruly ghettos on the edge of major cities where law and order is virtually non-existent and into which authorities fear to venture.

Such no go zones have also served to protect violent criminals and terrorists because police are often violently attacked by Islamist mobs when they try to make arrests.

Barnier is expected to challenge President Macron in next year’s elections, where he will also face stiff competition from populist Marine Le Pen.

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French Interior Minister Mocks Letter That Warns Macron of “Civil War”

Doesn’t understand the concept of an open letter.

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French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin has mocked a letter signed by active duty military personnel that warned President Macron of “civil war” consuming the country.

As we explain in the video below, the letter cautions how “hatred for France and its history (is) becoming the norm” thanks to the divisive “anti-racism” movement and large numbers of immigrants who refuse to integrate into society.

“A civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well,” the military members warn, adding that the French government must take swift action to ensure “the survival of our country.”

Despite the ominously serious tone of the letter, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin mocked it by drawing attention to the number of signatures that were added after its release, a total that now runs to 229,431 people.

“This is not serious. Soon there will be more signatures than servicemen themselves,” Darmanin told the radio station RTL.

Apparently, Darmanin doesn’t understand the concept of an “open letter.”

The number of people who sign it after the fact to signal their agreement with the content doesn’t detract credibility from the original authors of the letter, who were military personnel.

Ghislaine Maxwell could sign the letter, it still wouldn’t change the fact that it represents a serious warning to Macron’s administration that should be treated soberly, not childishly mocked.

Indeed, a recent poll found that the majority of French people also believe that the country is headed towards civil war.

However, Darmanin’s response is unsurprising given the reaction to the first letter sent to Macron, which was signed by a number of former military generals and echoed the same sentiments.

The French government reacted to that by labeling the signatories “right-wing extremists” and threatening to place them under investigation.

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