Several recent articles show how Muslims migrants are tearing apart European society with violent crime, while the gatekeepers of Europe society — the courts and politicians — are obsequiously closing their eyes and treating them with kid gloves.
If the legal system in Denmark is anything to go by, being an accessory to murder is just fine. In February 2015, Omar El-Hussein murdered Danish film director Finn Nørgaard and a Jewish guard in front of the Copenhagen synagogue. The four men who assisted El-Hussein by meeting him after the murder, helping him get rid of the murder weapon and giving him fresh clothes had been charged with complicity but were just acquitted by the Danish District Court of terrorism charges.
Where the Danish Supreme and District court decides to apply the full force of the law is against Lars Hedegaard, who decided to publish the name of the terrorist at large who had attempted to murder him, out of self defense. Although the murderer’s name has been mentioned countless times by others on Facebook and elsewhere, the Danish courts ruled he was in breach of a court order suppressing the name of the terrorist and fined him $1500.
Citizens outraged at the Kafkaesque decision went ahead and published the terrorist’s name themselves and showed up during Hedegaard's court case wearing T-shirts with the name of the suspected terrorist. The Danish court charged some of those activists for wearing those T-shirts.
In France, Frederic Lenoir, editor in chief of Le Monde des Religions, writes, “France is no longer a Catholic country.” Le Figaro wondered if Islam can already be considered “France's prime religion”. For every practicing Muslim there are three practicing Catholics, but among the young, three practicing Muslims for every practicing Catholic.
There are nearly 2,400 mosques today in France, compared to 1,500 in 2003. Almost two new mosques are built each week, generously funded by radical Muslim countries.
French Catholicism is now witnessing a tragic decline, caught between two fires: state secularism and political Islam. A surge of books has been published in recent years describing France as a country who has lost the war for its civilization, including “La situation de France”, “Un quinquennat pour rien” (“A Five Year Term for Nothing”), and “Catholicism, the End of a World”.
In Germany, violent crime — including sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies, burglaries and drug trafficking — has skyrocketed in Germany since Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed into the country more than one million mostly male migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Migrants committed 208,344 crimes in 2015, according to a confidential police report leaked to Bild. This figure represents an 80% increase since 2014 and is equivalent to 23 crimes each hour in 2015 alone — but only includes solved crimes. Crimes committed in the first six months of 2016 show an increase of nearly 40% over 2015. Police in many parts of the country admit that they are stretched to the limit and are unable to maintain law and order.
The growing sense of lawlessness is substantiated by an October 24 YouGov poll which found that nearly 70% of respondents said they fear for their lives and property in German train stations and subways, while 63% feel unsafe at large public events.
In large cities migrant gangs including many minors roam the area of train and metro stations where they prey on local Germans and engage in aggressive begging, public drunkenness, drug dealing and sexual assault.
Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union (DPolG) has criticized city officials for their lack of resolve. “The state's monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force is now becoming the law of the jungle. Security continues to go down the drain.”
In Stuttgart, police are fighting a losing battle against migrant gangs from North Africa who are dedicated to pickpocketing and “steal anything that is not nailed down.”
In Leipzig, the number of reported crimes in buses and trams jumped 111% between 2012 and 2015.
In Dresden, migrants from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia have effectively taken control over the iconic Wiener Platz, a large public square in front of the central train station.
In Schwerin, roving bands of migrant youths armed with knives have made the city center increasingly dangerous day and night.
This is just a small selection of what is going on, and doesn’t include attempts by terrorists inspired by ISIS and other terrorist groups to attack their host countries.