This is an excellent 10 minute weekly news summary called "The Europa Report" which is a regular segment in the world's most listened to Alt-Right podcast, Fash the Nation.
The report does a good job of quickly summarizing developments in Europe's ongoing migrant crisis for the preceding week.
It is a useful service, because this information does not appear in the mainstream media, and is scattered around the European alternative media in various languages.
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Text of the Europa Report follows below.
Text of the Europa Report:
Ι am Autolycus and this is the Europa Report for the past week, December 30th to January 6th, bringing you the latest news on the Continent regarding new political developments and the ever ongoing non-white invasion crisis.
2017 kicked off violently both in France and Germany where non-whites engaged in random sex attacks and massive torching of cars and destruction of private property.
According to the French interior ministry, the total of 945, which included cars that were either “totally destroyed” or “more lightly affected”, amounted to a 17 per cent rise compared to last year.
Despite this, New Year’s Eve “went off without any major incident”, the interior ministry insisted in a statement, adding that there were only “a few troubles with public order”.
In fact, police arrested 454 people over the night, 301 of whom were taken into custody.
Front National, however, denounced what it called the government’s “extremely hazy security record”.
“The new interior minister Bruno Le Roux…(initially) didn’t communicate the number of vehicles burned and considers that the number of cars directly set on fire to be ‘contained’ while even this constitutes a significant rise of 8 per cent”
In Nice, where security has been extremely tight since the deadly Bastille Day truck attack of last year, two police officers were hurt when revellers threw “projectiles” at them.
Bruno Le Roux, the interior minister, said that no attack on security would not be tolerated.
With France under a state of emergency since a spate of terror attacks, some 90,000 security forces were out in its streets on New Year’s Eve to police mass gatherings such on Paris’ famed Champs-Elysées, where half a million revellers convened.
French domestic intelligence agents also reportedly swooped on a string of individuals ahead of festivities who they suspected might have been tempted to wreak violence.
In a similar fashion, at least 129 nonwhites posing as refugees were arrested across Germany over New Year’s Eve as a massive German police presence struggled to contain thousands of invaders who converged on the streets of Cologne, Frankfurt, Essen, Dortmund, Hamburg, Hannover, and Düsseldorf.
A massive police action prevented further attacks as mobs as big as 4,000 (in Cologne) and 1,900 (in Frankfurt) swarmed into the city centers.
Working according to intelligence-driven plans, police just managed to contain the worst of the attacks.
The Bild newspaper reported that despite the police’s efforts, sex attacks by nonwhite invaders still took place, and at least 14 German women aged between 18 and 26 were attacked on New Year’s Eve.
Police spokesman Timo Zill said that in total, about 4,000 “migrants” gathered in Cologne, and their “mood was aggressive.” He added that many attacks had taken place right in front of police officials.
Cologne police also confirmed to the Focus news service that “more than 1000 search-relevant persons” had arrived at the Cologne main railway station simultaneously at 10 p.m., and had obviously been organized as a group.
Wolfgang Wurm, President of the federal police department responsible for North Rhine Westphalia, said that police monitoring of cell phone communications had revealed that “groups of people” had planned to meet in Cologne in New Year’s Eve.
This intelligence allowed police to be prepared, and a large contingent of officers was immediately on hand to contain the invaders as they arrived at the station.
According to Focus, the same “phenomenon was also observed in other German cities: North Africans were particularly aggressive in Hamburg and Hannover. In Frankfurt am Main, the police counted up to 1,900 people who had been in small groups, but also in cities like Essen, Düsseldorf, and Dortmund.”
At least 14 sex attacks were reported in Hamburg, with the attackers being identified as Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, and an Eritrean.
It is worth mentioning that on the anniversary of the shocking assaults which took place on the final night in 2015, a German documentary showed behaviour experts reveal in their opinions, that the attacks were planned.
Professor and historian Jörg Baberowski said research of the violence shows it was a pre-arranged mass attack, in a location chosen so the world would pay attention.
The New Year’s attacks flummoxed police who failed to stop women being groped and robbed by men carrying translation notes in their pockets so they could threaten the women in their native tongue.
Professor Baberowski said the message of the predominantly North African perpetrators was “you cannot defend your women”.
In their home countries, he said, “the rapists were killed by their own fathers”.
The Berlin’s Humboldt University scholar said the attacks were planned in Germany to show their lack of violence against criminals was being interpreted as a weakness.
In other news from Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party is considering setting a flexible limit on the number of migrants allowed into the country each year.
The possible change in policy follows a similarly stark shift in rhetoric from the chancellor towards mass migration and Islam in the past months – after her party suffered losses to the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in local elections and Mrs. Merkel prepares to stand for a fourth term as chancellor later this year.
The CSU, CDU’s Bavarian sister party, is advocating a 200,000 limit, which has been rejected by Mrs. Merkel in favour of a less rigid “breathing benchmark”.
Back to France, where a shock Elabe poll shows that almost a quarter of French people will be voting for Front National leader Marine Le Pen in round one of next spring’s presidential elections.
Twenty-three per cent of those polled said that they would back the right-wing chief in the first round the upcoming election, which will be held on April 23.
Conservative candidate François Fillon, who has come under fire after claiming that he was both “a Catholic and a Gaullist,” remains in the lead and is set to win 26 per cent of the vote.
Eighteen per cent of those interviewed said that they would be voting for former economy minister Emmanuel Macron; and 13 per cent said that they would be voting for Manuel Valls, France‘s former left-wing prime minister.
On top of that, Marine Le Pen pledged Friday if elected president she would campaign for France to leave the EU if Brussels fails to surrender control over national borders, law-making and economic and monetary policy.
Le Pen, who has promised to dump the euro and organise a Brexit-style referendum on France’s membership of the European Union, has recently appeared to soften her stance, saying she is open to a “common currency” co-existing alongside a national currency.
Addressing a gathering of foreign correspondents, the National Front (FN) leader said: “I have not changed my mind on the process I will put to the French with regard to the EU.”
If she wins the vote on May 7, she said she would immediately begin negotiations with the EU on restoring “four fundamental types of sovereignty: territorial, economic, monetary and legislative”.
Moving on to Sweden, where a young native Swedish woman was sacrificed by the government in the name of the god ‘Diversity’. The young lady was abducted in a car by a group of Muslims while walking across the street.
The woman was forced into a car by four men in Malmö and was then driven to the café on South Street in Helsingborg where more waiting to rape her.
When the car arrived the woman was taken to the basement of violence. There Khaled ripped her by the hair, pulled her down on a couch and held her arms and legs using her body weight before he pulled off her clothes. He also threatened that he or others would hurt her with a sharp-like object. Then he forced her to oral, vaginal and anal intercourse.
He then explained the woman to the six other Arabs would also rape her, the victim said in interrogation.
Then they raped although Tareq woman by grabbing her arms, pulling her down on her back and pushing her legs apart.
The woman told that six of the seven men in turn raped her. On one occasion she was raped by two people simultaneously.
But according to the prosecutor lacked “sufficient supporting evidence that the correct application requires for a conviction” for five of the men who originally were in custody in the case of detainees were prosecuted by only the other two: Khaled and Tareq.
As far as the current main point of entry for third world migrants is concerned, namely Italy, smuggling migrants across the Mediterranean is becoming big business as the country saw its largest ever recorded number of migrants come into the country in 2016.
According to Michael Rauschenbach, Director of the department for combating organised crime at Europol, smugglers make more money trafficking migrants than smuggling drugs and controlling prostitution rings.
Furthermore, asylum seekers at a refugee center near Venice, Italy set fires inside the facility and blocked the gates, forcing social workers to barricade themselves inside their offices. The unrest was reportedly sparked by the death of a refugee at the camp.
Some 25 frightened social workers were trapped inside their offices at the refugee facility in Conetta after migrants set fires in the camp and blocked exits on Monday afternoon, Italian state RAI radio reported. Electricity at the center was also reportedly cut off by the angry refugees.
Riot police were called to the scene, and Italian security forces later quelled the unrest. The stand-off ended in the early hours of Tuesday after law enforcement convinced the protesters to open the gates and allow the staff to leave, local police chief Angelo Sanna told la Nuova di Venezia e Mestre newspaper.
Reportedly, none of the camp workers were injured.
The gravity of the situation has left no choice to Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni but to take a much harder stance on the problem than his party colleague Matteo Renzi, under whose leadership hundreds of thousands of migrants entered the EU through Italy.
A two-page directive has reportedly been sent out to police stations across Italy ordering officers to increase efforts to deport economic migrants. The document was drafted by chief of police Franco Gabrielli and part-published in Italian newspaper Courier della Sera.
Indicating fear of terror in Europe, the notice says the change is important to battle “a growing migratory pressure and an international context marked by instability and threats”.
Italy will open 16 detention centres for migrants under new rules where those detained will stay until deportation can be arranged.
Apart from the migrant crisis, Italy is facing a serious economic crisis which has lead to contemplation about leaving the Euro currency.
Italian politicians have been making noises about ditching the deeply unpopular euro, which some economists blame for disastrous growth levels and stubbornly high unemployment.
In particular, the eurosceptic Five Star Movement, which is currently leading the polls and scored a huge result in last month’s Italian referendum, wants to scrap the single currency.
However, the country has been told it cannot ditch the euro currency and revert to the lira without following Britain out of the Brussels exit door.
In a dynamite political development eurocrats made it clear to Rome that its ongoing membership of the EU is dependent on the country remaining a part of the single currency club.
Their verdict could force Italy out of the exit door within the next few years, with the Five Star Movement pledging to hold a referendum on ditching the euro if it wins power in the country’s next election.
In such a scenario, the only way to uphold a popular vote to return to the missed lira currency would be for the country to quit the Brussels bloc altogether.
The most recent opinion polls show euroscepticism is on the march in Italy, with 40 per cent of voters saying they would opt to leave the EU tomorrow if a Brexit-style referendum were held.
The EU Commission stated: “One of the objectives of the European Union is to establish an economic and monetary union whose currency is the euro.
“Apart from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Denmark, which have a special status, all member states have legally committed to adopt the euro.
“The substitution of the legacy currency by the euro is irrevocable.”
Alex Cioni, leader of the Prima Noi Committee was sentenced to five days in prison and a fine of 1,310 euros by the Vicenza Tribunal. His offence was to have demonstrated in front of a hotel marked as a future reception centre for migrants to show his disagreement with the arrival of the refugees.
The incident took place last 17 July when some representatives of the Prima Noi Committee displayed a banner and placards in front of the glass door in the Hotel Eden in Schio, expressing their unhappiness about the announced arrival of a substantial number of asylum seekers. It was considered an unauthorised demonstration, because – according to the judge – no request had been made in advance to the authorities responsible for public security.
Cioni was convicted for this reason, although the sentence was suspended because he had no criminal record. The committee said : “The complaint filed by the Digos officials and the related judgement from the tribunal in Vicenza represents an unequivocal clumsy attempt to intimidate our activity.”
We end this week’s Report with the latest news from Eastern Europe and -specifically- Slovakia where Prime Minister Robert Fico, who is often seen as populist, asked his European counterparts to avoid referendums. In the meantime, Slovakia banned vigilante patrols.
Robert Fico, the social-democrat Prime Minister of Slovakia fights strongly against the two main radical right-wing parties of Slovakia, the populist SNS and the nationalist L’SNS.
The populist SNS party is calling for a referendum on the country’s membership of the EU and NATO. The party has to raise 350,000 signatures, and legal rules require a 50 percent turnout for the vote to be valid.
Also, unarmed members of “Kotleba — People’s Party Our Slovakia” (L’SNS)” — began patrolling the train network in Slovakia in April 2016 after a violent attack by a Gypsy on a Slovak passenger took place.
The nationalist party, which calls to quit the European Union and NATO, as do the SNS populist party, decided to organize deter vigilante patrols in some trains in order to protect passengers from criminality they attribute mostly to the Gypsy community.
In Hungary PM Viktor Orbán said in an interview given to 888.hu that 2017 would be “the year of revolt for democracy”. As for the integration of non-European migrants, he said he failed.
“It’s clear that, in the case of migration, nothing can remain the way it was before. Brussels needs to change, migrants who entered Europe illegally must be deported, the borders need to be protected and the inflow of migrants has to be eliminated,”
That was all for this week!
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