Expressen has mapped the returnees, the 150 Swedish suspicious IS terrorists who returned silently to Sweden. While they posed openly on Facebook as invincible warriors, often with freaked (?) dead bodies. Today they live as shadows and do everything to avoid being recognized. We have enough problems, say one of them – and refuse to meet. However, during the ongoing offensive against IS, more of the 112 from Sweden who remain in the war – those who are most radical – are expected to return.
A video produced by Google company YouTube is receiving widespread backlash over its promotion of an open borders agenda.
As of writing, the video, “#MoreThanARefugee,” trending at #20, has accumulated over 132k downvotes versus 54k upvotes, indicating Youtube’s stance on the hot button issue is highly unpopular.
Ungrateful Ontario taxpayers make me sick! Always thinking about themselves and never giving a thought to all the hard-done-by government workers, like those toiling away at the provincial booze monopoly, the LCBO.
Do you have any idea what these public servants are going through? Do you know how long it’s been since their last raise? And do you care?
If not, maybe it’s because you haven’t heard their tragic stories first-hand.
Amnesty for militants in Syria’s Raqqa aims to promote stability
A civil council expected to rule Raqqa once Islamic State is dislodged from the Syrian city pardoned 83 of the jihadist group’s low-ranking militants on Saturday, a goodwill gesture designed to promote stability.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have gained significant ground in the battle for Raqqa, the operational base for Islamic State over the past three years and a symbol of its self-proclaimed caliphate.
After terse public exchanges this week, each proclaiming the other is not working hard enough on ‘solving’ the Kim Jong Un ‘situation’, Chinese state media said on Saturday, reporting the results of high level talks in Washington this week, that China and the United States agreed that efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula should be “complete, verifiable and irreversible.”
The week started off tense, with the President tweeting that “while I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out. At least I know China tried!”
In an interview posted to YouTube on Thursday, Tarczynski is asked by a BBC host why Poland is not honoring their agreement to take in refugees.
“Well, basically because people who voted for us they said no,” Tarczynski stated matter-of-factly. “The previous government had this agreement and now Polish people said no, we don’t want to have this threat in Poland … and we have to respect them.”
Alexandra Hai, 50, (pictured) fought for a decade to break into the male-dominated guild of gondoliers, which had not employed a woman in 900 years. During that time she failed the gondola test three times and was also fined once by police for illegal gondoliering, leading to accusations of discrimination. In 2007 she was granted the right to become a private gondolier.
Three years ago Erik Finman made a bet with his parents. He had just dropped out of high school, finding it a waste of time, and was being taught at home. If he was a millionaire by the time he turned 18, his parents said, they would not force him to go to university.
Last week Mr Finman declared victory.
International bankers, global corporations, highly paid bureaucrats, China, and the politically correct elites have won big under Trudeau.
As for the rest of us Canadians, we’ve lost.
Our taxes are up, our country is being sold off, foreign countries are put ahead of Canadians, taxpayer money is spent on Trudeau’s own aggrandizement, and those are just a fraction of the serious problems we face because of the Trudeau government.
I guess they really didn’t plan to die after all. They should be grateful it wasn’t a snow plow.