EU Parliament member Soraya Post has called for political parties that criticize mass immigration to be banned in Sweden.
Post, who is a part of the Feminist Initiative party in Sweden, complains that “the arrival of a very large number of migrants during the migrant crisis” has led to an increase in racism and that not enough is being done “to prevent racist and xenophobic attacks” against Muslims and other minorities.
“Sweden must ban organizations that spread hatred and advocate fascism, nazism and racism,” writes Post, before making it clear that she is referring to the Sweden Democrats, which is the country’s largest anti-mass immigration party and has a chance of winning the next election.
The Party, led by Jimmie Åkesson, is polling number one amongst people aged 18-34 and causing deep consternation for both the establishment in Sweden and the European Union.
“Just because there is now a more right-wing extremist party than the Swedish Democrats in Sweden, it does not mean that the Swedish Democrats are not racist and xenophobic,” writes Post. “The Swedish Democrats still have a continuous female-fidelity, homophobic, nationalist, racist and xenophobic policy, this has not been changed. Their policies are still not inclusive, it still excludes minorities. Normalizing the Swedish Democrats and their racist and sexist policies is unacceptable and a major threat to our democracy and human rights.”
She appears to be advocating for some kind of new kind of EU power to punish countries that “violate human rights” by failing to take hate crime seriously.
Post then brazenly calls for political parties she claims are “racist” to be banned altogether.
“These organizations are not acceptable in a democratic society; in a democratic society everyone should be entitled to participate and feel safe,” she writes. “Therefore, Sweden should follow Finland’s example and prohibit organizations spreading hatred and advocating fascism, nazism and racism.”
Sweden is currently undergoing a surge in violent crime and sexual assaults partly as a result of mass immigration.
Politico reports that, “Shootings in the country have become so common that they don’t make top headlines anymore, unless they are spectacular or lead to fatalities.”
A private study of 4,142 rulings regarding sex-related crimes passed by 40 Swedish courts between 2012 and 2014 found that 95.6% of rapes were committed by men of foreign descent.
Two out of three rapes with aggravating circumstances were committed by newly arrived migrants or approved asylum seekers. Official crime statistics show that reported rapes have increased 34% in the last 10 years.
Numerous Swedes have been arrested and prosecuted for making jokes about Islam or criticizing the religion on social media.
Swedish police officer Peter Springare is also under investigation for merely observing that “foreign-born offenders” are largely responsible for the country’s gang rape problem.
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If you happen to notice that a familiar face is missing this summer during Taking Back Sunday’s North American tour, then you won’t be the only one. Over the weekend, the Long Island-founded band announced that longtime guitarist Eddie Reyes had left the band due to “personal reasons.” In their short post on social media to fans, the group did not further elaborate on Reyes’ “personal reasons,” just that they wish him well on all his future endeavors.
“Guitarist Eddie Reyes and Taking Back Sunday have parted ways due to personal reasons,” begins the group’s post on Facebook.
“Eddie was a founding member of the band and his contributions can be felt all along the way. John, Shaun, Mark, and Adam love Eddie, wish him well in his future endeavors and look forward to hitting the road soon.”
Reyes, along with fellow guitarist John Nolan, was the only remaining members from the original Taking Back Sunday lineup. Though Nolan left the band for a while to pursue his own musical endeavors (Straylight Run), Reyes remained on the guitar since the group’s inception in 1999.
Reyes contributed to all seven Taking Back Sunday records including their most recent release, 2016’s Tidal Wave.
Though Reyes is no longer in the band, it does not look like his departure will affect the band’s massive tour itinerary. Back in February, Taking Back Sunday announced a joint tour with longtime friends, Coheed and Cambria. The trek will find the two groups traveling across the country during the months of July and August.
The tour will officially kick off on July 6 at Bayfront Park in Miami and wrap up a little over a month later on Aug. 12 at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. The complete list of upcoming summer tour dates can be found here.
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“The way to have good and safe government is not to trust it all to one, but to divide it among the many, distributing to every one exactly the functions he is competent to.
Let the national government be entrusted with the defense of the nation, and its foreign and federal relations; the State governments with the civil rights, law, police, and administration of what concerns the State generally; the counties with the local concerns of the counties, and each ward direct the interests within itself.
It is by dividing and subdividing these republics from the great national one down through all its subordinations, until it ends in the administration of every man’s farm by himself; by placing under every one what his own eye may superintend, that all will be done for the best.
What has destroyed liberty and the rights of man in every government which has ever existed under the sun? The generalizing and concentrating all cares and powers into one body.”
– Thomas Jefferson
National Action was the first far-right group to be banned under counterterrorism laws by Home Secretary Amber Rudd amid claims it was a “racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic organization.” According to anti-racism campaigners Hope Not Hate, Sheffield-born Bewick had been a member of the group.
His Twitter account contains numerous neo-Nazi and pro-National Action posts. In a post from January 2017 on Twitter, he wrote: “Hitler Speaks About the Jews. The truth the world would be so much better if he world of won. It’s coming now tho [sic].”
Bewick has now pledged support to the pan-European movement GI. The network, which shares traits with so-called alt-right, is not avowedly anti-Semitic. Although it has not directly endorsed white supremacy, it promotes the idea of ‘ethnic pluralism’. Members have also been linked with neo-Nazi movements in Hungry and Poland.
GI has become increasingly active in the past few months. Over the weekend the group made headlines after three of its high-profile members were detained. UK border police arrested Martin Sellner, Brittany Pettibone and Lauren Southern as they attempted to reach London for a political event.
Their detention prompted GI members and sympathizers to demonstrate for free speech in London on Sunday. They were fiercely opposed by a group of anti-fascist opponents chanting “Nazis off our streets,” and who claimed there is a difference between hate speech and free speech, a distinction that is in UK law.
Vinnie Sullivan of Veterans Against Terrorism says right-wing groups are having free speech denied to them.
“I don’t have a platform unless I create it myself. We have to sneak around and use underground means just to get our message out,” he told RT UK at the protest on Sunday. “In this country today it’s becoming a crime to be white, a crime to fly your own flag and a crime to have right-wing opinions.
“They [Antifa] turn up with their faces covered – we would be arrested for that. There is no free speech anymore – not even here.”
National Action emerged from the far-right scene in 2013 and has been linked to planning terror plots. On its website, it boasted of targeting students and universities in the UK for members. Its website displayed anti-Semitic imagery and lengthy quotations by Adolf Hitler, and its motto was “For a Free White Britain.” It organized “Miss Hitler” beauty pageant competitions, ran “white’s only” food banks for Glasgow’s homeless, and handed out “white zone” flyers.
National Action was banned in December 2016. However, it is understood the group continues to change its name to evade authorities.
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Today Dr. Duke talked about an article written by former Israeli Knesset member Uri Avnery that described the corruption of Israeli politics and how Jewish domination of American politics has corrupted our system as well.
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The Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which entered the Bundestag last year riding a wave of anti-migrant and ant-Muslim sentiments, is now at odds with one of its local branch leaders. Arthur Wagner, a 48-year-old member of the party’s regional branch in the state of Brandenburg, has converted to Islam, the local press says.
The news seems particularly surreal given the fact that Wagner said in July last year – a month before the 2017 general election – that Chancellor Angela Merkel had made “a giant mistake” to open Germany’s border to migrants from Muslim-majority countries, according to Tagesspiegel newspaper.
As the result of Merkel’s ‘open-door policy’, Germany “mutates into another country,” Wagner alleged at the time.
Now Wagner, who previously served as member of AfD’s legislative committee in Brandenburg, says the conversion has been a decision he took on his own, and refuses to explain what led him to become a Muslim.
“This is my private issue,” he briefly told Tagesspiegel.
Bild speculated about possible reasons for him to convert to Islam. Wagner, a Russian German, occasionally helped translate testimonies of Chechen refugees, the newspaper wrote. The tabloid also cited an intelligence source, who said of Wagner: “Either interactions with Muslim refugees have encouraged him [to convert], or he simply wanted to maintain closer contacts to them.”
The AfD has confirmed Wagner is now a Muslim neophyte, and underlined that it tolerates his decision.
“Religion is a private issue,” party spokesman Daniel Friese told Berliner Zeitung, adding the AfD stands for religious freedoms. “Mr. Wagner could choose any other religion.”
Meanwhile, Wagner himself says there has been no attempt by his party to pressure him. “Nothing has changed,” he told Tagesspiegel. Friese, however, said Wagner has resigned from the board of AfD’s regional branch “over private reasons.”
Alternative for Germany, whose popularity exploded in 2015 on the heels of refugee and migrant crisis, says in its doctrine that Islam should not – and has never been – part of Germany. In a 2016 election manifesto, the AfD asserted: “An orthodox form of Islam that does not respect our laws or even resists them, and makes a claim to be the only valid religion does not correspond to our legal system and culture.”
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