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  • Watch: Poland Release Damning Video Message To EU On Migrant Crisis And Terrorism

    Poland’s conservative government has released a hard-hitting video on the impact of the migrant crisis on Europe, and the EU’s role in fostering it.

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    The Polish Ministry of Interior and Administration video opens on scenes of migrants streaming across the European countryside, tearing at border fences, and crowding smuggler boats.

    “Over the past four years, waves of the largest mass migration sweep across Europe,” observes an unseen narrator.

    The video shows various newspaper headlines featuring EU leaders including Germany’s Angela Merkel, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, and President of the European Council Donald Tusk, and highlighting their determination to see migrants redistributed across the continent through a compulsory quota system — something Poland’s governing Law and Justice Party opposes.

     

  • £5 Billion For Military Vehicles, Landing Craft And Drones And Still Brussels Deny Forming EU Army

    BRUSSELS looks set to approve a £5BILLION raft of measures which bring a European defence force a step closer.

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    European Union officials insist the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) proposals fall well short of creating a European army.

    But the 15 defence-related projects to be signed off next Monday include proposals for armoured vehicles, amphibious assault vehicles and light tactical vehicles as well as submarine drones.

    There are also plans for enhanced joint training programmes, a European medical command and projects relating to logistics such as the streamlining of cross-border military transport procedures.

    A cyber security upgrade and introduction of cyber rapid reaction units also stand out on the list of items to be approved.

    So far, 23 EU nations have signed up to the PESCO pact, which also includes commitments to integrate armed forces, boost defence spending and establish a new headquarters building. 

    Key EU member states including France and Germany have long-campaigned for greater defence and security integration.

    And plans for an EU army were fleshed out further by EU President Jean-Claude Juncker when he unveiled his grand vision for the future of the bloc earlier this year. 

    Speaking in September, Mr Juncker said: "In the field of defence more effort is required. The setting up of a European defence fund is on our agenda.” source

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  • EU 'Nasty Threats' Fail To Scare Defiant Poland As New PM Plans To 'Re-Christianize' Europe

    Incoming Polish PM: We won’t bow to ‘nasty threats’

    Mateusz Morawiecki gives first interview since being nominated as Beata Szydło’s replacement.

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    WARSAW — Poland’s new prime minister is in no hurry to introduce the euro and accused the EU of making “nasty threats.”

    Mateusz Morawiecki also told the Catholic Telewizja Trwam television channel that his government would “take money away from mafias and give it to people.”

    Morawiecki, of the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), said that “pending approval of the party leadership” he would seek the support of parliament for his leadership on Tuesday. He said he planned to keep the government “almost identical” to that of outgoing prime minister Beata Szydło.

    On Thursday evening, PiS switched out Szydło for Morawiecki, her deputy and the minister of economic development and finance.

    “We are a part of the European Union but we want to transform it, to re-Christianize it” — Mateusz Morawiecki, incoming Polish PM 

    Coming exactly half way through the government’s four-year term, the switch was personally pushed through by Jarosław Kaczyński, the PiS leader and most powerful politician in the country, over unusually loud protests from PiS leaders and rank and file members.

    The prerecorded interview with Telewizja Trwam was aired Friday, just two hours after Morawiecki had been officially nominated as PM by President Andrzej Duda. He has given no other interviews since then.

    “What is most important for me is that the Lord gives me enough strength to serve Poland,” Morawiecki told the priest who was conducting the interview.

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  • Fear, Anger & Riots Ahead If New EU Ruling Makes Sharia Superior To Civil Law

    Can Islamic religious sharia law override a country's domestic law in Europe? That's a question the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights is weighing.

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    The Court heard a case this week that involves applying sharia law to a disagreement between citizens of Greece who are Muslims.

    The non-profit organization based in London, Christian Concern, intervened in the case, "because of the importance of the case in European law and its implications for countries across Europe, including the UK," according to a news release from the organization.

    "We intervened in the case in order to make clear that sharia law is fundamentally incompatible with human rights," wrote Tim Dieppe, head of public policy of Christian Concern, on the organization's website. "We hope and pray that the judges will see this and act accordingly."

    Christian Concern describes sharia law as "discriminatory" and says its intervention in this case brings to light different problems stemming from the use of sharia law in the UK.

    Dieppe said an estimated 85 sharia courts operate in the UK.

    "The use of Sharia has led to the promotion of parallel societies within the United Kingdom," he told CBN News in a statement. "Sharia itself has disproportionately (a)ffected women and gives no legal rights to non-Muslims."

    "The United Kingdom has also become the European hub for Islamic finance," he continued. "Any Grand Chamber ruling promoting the use of Sharia would only further give weight to the growing segregation of the Muslim community in England and its disassociation with democratic and British values."

    The case, Molla Sali v. Greece, deals with a dispute over an inheritance. After her husband died, Sali inherited his entire estate under his will written according to Greek law.

  • Huge Increase In Right Wing Extremists Being Caused By Reckless EU Migrant Policy

    THE new Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has warned the European Union its actions of forcing countries to take in migrants will fuel the rise of populism as it allows the influence of extremist parties to grow.

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    Mr Babis said a Brussels diktat forcing his country to accept asylum-seekers would only fuel the rise of extremist parties. 

    Mr Babis said: “The European Commission can withdraw the charge at any moment.

    “We have to negotiate on this and to offer different models, like guarding the borders or help to other countries.

    “But we don’t want any refugees”. 

    The European Commission has claimed that it would take Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic to the European Court of Justice if they do not take in asylum seekers. 

    Mr Babis is due to represent his country at the EU summit on December 14 and 15, where European leaders are set to discuss migration.

    The Czechs do not want to shelter asylum-seekers despite a drop in arrivals because of tighter borders. 

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  • Right Wing Rising: Leaders Welcome Austrian Freedom Party Slam EU

    Meeting in Prague, right-wing leaders from across Europe have praised Austria's anti-immigration party joining the new coalition government. The politicians are seeking to build cooperation among populists.

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    Meeting under the banner of the Movement for a Europe of Nations and Freedoms (MENL) the conference was hosted by Tomio Okamura, whose anti-Islam and anti-EU Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) party won 10.6 percent of the Czech vote in October's parliamentary elections.

    "In Europe or in our country people should behave as European or he should leave," said Okamura, who was born in Japan to a Czech mother and Japanese-Korean father.  "We want a Europe which respects national individuality, national identity and freedom."

    The European Parliament grouping brings together right-wing parties, including Marine Le Pen's National Front in France, the Freedom Party of Heinz-Christian Strache in Austria, Italy's Northern League and the Dutch Party for Freedom of Geert Wilders. 

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    They met as Austria's Freedom Party became the junior coalition partner alongside Sebastian Kurz's center-right People's Party in Vienna. 

    The Freedom Party picked up several cabinet posts including the interior, defense and foreign ministries. 

    Holland's Wilders called the Freedom Party's entry into the Austrian government a sign that a "sister party" in the European Parliament group was "being taken seriously."

    Le Pen said it was "very good news for Europe" that the Freedom Party became the first right-wing populist party to enter government in the EU.

    Wilders: EU an 'existential threat'

    Le Pen insisted that none of the parties were xenophobic.

    "We are in opposition to the European Union because we believe it is a catastrophically disastrous organization. Migration is close to being unbearable, our respected cultures are being destroyed. We like diversity. I like the Dutch to be Dutch, I like the Czech to be Czechs, I like the French to be French, I like the Italians to be Italian."

    Wilders called Brussels an "existential threat to nation states," while praising eastern EU member states for closing the door to migrants.

    Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic's refusal to accept EU migrant quotas have put them at odds with Brussels.

    Okamura was able to tap into Czech fears by taking a hardline against immigration and Islam, even though the country has only taken in 12 refugees under the EU's migrant sharing scheme.

    Saturday's meeting did not include the Alternative for Germany (AfD).

    From Germany, former AfD member Marcus Pretzell did attend the meeting. He split from the AfD after the September election to join the Blue Party, founded by the former AfD co-chair who is also his wife, Frauke Petry.

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