Slovenia and the EU (NZ similarities?)

Received from Douglas Field
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 at 7:30 a.m.

Douglas Field Published on Oct 28, 2015
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Mass Migration in Slovenia – people on their way to Merkel’s Germany. Comment in the UK Daily Telegraph questions the sense of the EU policy of ‘open border’ and the consequences.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr


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7 responses to “Slovenia and the EU (NZ similarities?)

  1. Elizabeth

    ### Sat Nov 14, 2015 3:09pm GMT
    Europe’s populist right targets migration after Paris attacks
    PARIS | By Paul Taylor
    Populist leaders around Europe rushed to demand an end to an influx of refugees and migrants from the Middle East and Africa on Saturday after a wave of deadly attacks in Paris claimed by Islamic State militants. The carnage in the French capital, directly linked to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, seemed bound to further complicate the European Union’s task in sharing out hundreds of thousands of migrants who have entered the bloc this year, fleeing war and poverty.
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  2. russandbev

    The refugees are fleeing their home countries because within those countries they face persecution and worse from largely fundamental islamic animals. If those animals were eliminated within places like Syria and Iraq, then there would be no need for these people to flee. The refugees could then return to Syria and Iraq and restore Europe to its own. But it will take a great deal of effort for the world to clean out these animals, but clean them out it must. The alternative is for ISIS and packs like ISIS to be allowed to go where they want, do what they want and kill who they want.

    I’ve had enough of bleeding hearts who search for some way of convincing the animals that they are doing wrong. There is no way of reasoning with them. They throw compassion and caring back in the faces of those that deliver compassion. They must be removed from humanity.

    Or does anyone have a better idea?

  3. Calvin Oaten

    History repeating. The Romans faced the ‘Barbarians’ at the gate, relented and in they came. End of the Roman empire of a thousand years. And that was four or five hundred years before the advent of ‘Islam’. This time they are already through the gates, not possible to stop it now. This has evolved into the clash of two forces of religious moment, one time worn and running out of steam, the other dramatic, controlling and determinedly violent. Fifty per cent (the women) sidelined and broken, male, chauvinistic, subservient to a mystic demigod. The outcome difficult to predict but painful for sure.

  4. russandbev

    The world has a huge history of islam vs christendom one way or another as well as various strands of each at each other’s throats. Catholic vs Protestant, Sunni vs whoever. All in the name of an entirely unsubstantiated belief that the hereafter will be rewarded for the faithful. If it wasn’t so pathetic and calamitous, it would be funny.

    But deal with this we must.

  5. Elizabeth

    Raid aérien français sur Raqqah en Syrie

    █ Facebook: More Videos by Armée française – opérations militaires OPEX (page officielle)

    France Strikes Back, Launches A Swarm Of Strikes At The Heart Of ISIS
    By Tyler Rogoway
    Filed to: France 11/15/15 4:53pm
    Twelve French aircraft, ten of which were fighters, dropped 20 munitions on the de-facto ISIS capital of Raqqa in Syria today. This appears to be France’s opening reprisal on ISIS for the terror attacks in Paris on Friday night. The AP reports ISIS targets hit include command and control centers, recruitment center, a munitions depot and training camp.
    These strikes come as the U.S. has moved to share highly-detailed targeting information with the French military, which could be used for immediate retaliatory airstrikes in Syria. Currently six French Mirage 2000s are based in Jordan and six Rafales in the UAE, and France’s only aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, packed with 20 Rafales and Super Etendards, is just arriving in the region. This French air combat force will likely build even larger in the coming days.
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    ### NZ Herald Online 10:11 AM Monday Nov 16, 2015
    France launches ‘massive’ airstrike on Syria, destroys two jihadi sites
    • France launch airstrikes on Syria
    • jihadi training camp and a munitions dump destroyed
    • French police launch international manhunt for Salah Abdeslam
    • Iraq warned of attacks before Paris assault
    • Death toll stands at 129
    • Listen to Newstalk ZB at 7pm tonight for a one hour special live from Paris

    The jets launched from sites in Jordan and the Persian Gulf, in co-ordination with US forces.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin urged nations to pool their efforts to combat terrorism, adding that the fight must respect international law, the UN Charter and each nation’s sovereign rights and interests. “We understand very well that it’s only possible to deal with the terror threat and help millions of people who lost their homes by combining efforts of the entire global community,” Putin said.
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    World News Published on Nov 15, 2015
    France Air Forces Attack ISIS drops 20 bombs in Syria, Raqqa
    (CNN) French fighter jets bombed a series of ISIS sites in Raqqa, Syria, on Sunday in what officials described as a major bombardment.
    The airstrikes came two days after a series of terrorist attacks in Paris. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks, which France’s President described as “an act of war.”
    ISIS claims Raqqa as the capital of its so-called caliphate.
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    ### NZ Herald 10:38 AM Monday Nov 16, 2015
    Paris terror attacks: Police had stopped suspect Salah Abdeslam at the border but let him get away
    • French police hunt driver Salah Abdeslam
    • Border authorities checked his ID but waved him through
    • His brother Ibrahim was a bomber; other sibling in custody
    • Iraq warned of attacks before Paris assault
    • France launches airstrike against Syria
    • Firecracker sparks false alarm causing panic at site of attack
    • Listen to Newstalk ZB at 7pm tonight for a one hour special live from Paris
    As an international manhunt for a key suspect in the Paris attacks was launched, French officials revealed police had already found him near the border, but freed him after an ID check. French police released the name and image of Salah Abdeslam, a 26-year-old born in Brussels, warning the public that he was very dangerous. By Sunday, police had detained seven people in Belgium, but Abdeslam was still missing.
    Meanwhile, tantalising clues about the extent of the plot came from Baghdad, where senior Iraqi officials told the AP that France and other countries had been warned on Thursday of an imminent attack.
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    ODT Editorial: Living with terrorism post Paris
    Living with terrorism, sadly, means acknowledging the probability of more such occurrences. That could well be a reality of the coming years of the 21st century.

  6. Elizabeth

    Five eyes alliance [the]
    Five eyes alliance []

    Mr Key said he did not believe that New Zealand received any warning through its connection to the Five Eyes Network.

    ### ODT Online Mon, 16 Nov 2015
    Undetectable communication increasing – PM
    By Isaac Davison – NZ Herald
    The amount of “dark communications” that New Zealand spy agencies are unable to intercept is increasing, Prime Minister John Key says.
    Mr Key made the comments in response to reports that French intelligence did not pick up any communications that foreshadowed the massive, co-ordinated terror attacks in Paris on Friday night. […] It has been reported that Iraqi forces gave a non-specific warning to the US-led coalition a day before the attacks. NZME
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