Five Muslim migrants gang-rape, brutally beat, boy at knifepoint in Sweden



Here’s what the Democrats have planned for your children:
Court papers say the teenagers, aged 16 and 17, “inflicted beatings” to the child’s head and body before “grabbing the defendant, covering his mouth and dragging or carrying him into a woodland area.”

At this point, the court papers say, each of the accused carried out serious sexual assaults on the child, who was also bitten on the back.


The brutal gang-rape happened in woodland in Uppsala, south eastern Sweden
Boy was beaten and then dragged to woodland at knifepoint, prosecutors say
Victim, aged under 15, was ‘subjected to an ordeal lasting more than an hour’

By Julian Robinson for MailOnline,  December 6, 2016:

Five Afghan teenagers have been arrested after a boy was gang-raped at knifepoint in a forest in Sweden, it has emerged.

The victim, who is under 15, was filmed during the attack, which happened in woodland in Uppsala, south east Sweden.

He was beaten and dragged out to the forest at knifepoint before being subjected to an ordeal lasting more than an hour, prosecutors say.

One of the attackers filmed parts of the assault, overnight on October 24 and 25, and posted the footage on social media, it is claimed.

The child went to police before five suspects were detained on child rape charges, it has been reported in Sweden.

All five have reportedly denied the accusations with one saying he was not present.

Two others say they do not remember what they were doing while the final pair made ‘some concessions’.

Court papers say the teenagers, aged 16 and 17, ‘inflicted beatings’ to the child’s head and body before ‘grabbing the defendant, covering his mouth and dragging or carrying him into a woodland area’.

At this point, the court papers say, each of the accused carried out serious sexual assaults on the child who was also bitten on the back.

According to local media, the alleged perpetrators and the victim knew each other but the motive for the attack is not yet known.

The boys are said to have come to Sweden as refugees and could be deported if convicted.

A trial is set to take place in Uppsala District Court.

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ISIS Tosses Prisoner Off Roof for ‘Crime’ of Being Gay


ISIS terrorists dragged a man whom they were holding prisoner, tossed him off a roof for the so-called crime of being gay, and watched as a mob of fanatical Islamic believers below screamed and pelted his dead body with rocks.

The victim was tossed off a roof in Maslamah City in Aleppo.


The Daily Mail has the story:

“The victim was dragged to the top of a building in Maslamah City in war-torn Aleppo, Syria, having been accused of ‘homosexual relations.’

“He was then launched face first from the edge of the roof and plunged to his death inches away from a crowd of onlookers. …

“Earlier, the terror group’s religious police had read out the charges against the unnamed man who was then blindfolded ahead of his execution.”

The incident took place just as U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter was telling the press it was “possible” ISIS could be driven from Mosul in the last days of President Obama’s leadership.

Burka must be banned in Germany ‘wherever legally possible’ – Merkel


Muslim full-face veils should be banned in Germany “wherever it is legally possible,” Chancellor Angela Merkel told delegates at the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) congress, adding that German law “takes precedence” over the Islamic code of Sharia.


“The full-face veil must be banned wherever it is legally possible,” Merkel said at the two-day party congress held in the western German town of Essen. She was presenting her political program and also launched her bid for another term as CDU leader and German chancellor.


She went on to call “security and order, justice and law” some of the pillars of the CDU’s political agenda, and stressed that all Germans who always lived here as well as those who just arrived” should observe the law.

“Here in Germany … the laws of our country… are applied equally to everyone without any exception,” the chancellor stressed. There should be no parallel societies, Merkel added, emphasizing that “German law takes precedence over Sharia.”

The chancellor also promised that she would do her best to avoid a recurrence of the 2015 refugee crisis. “We have repeatedly stated that that situation that occurred in late summer, 2015, cannot, should not, and will not be repeated,” she told party delegates.

Merkel also assured the CDU members that “not everyone out of the 890,000 people who came here last year can and will stay.” At the same time, she said that every refugee case should be regarded as an isolated instance “and not as a part of some crowd.”

She also defended the refugee deal between the EU and Turkey that has provoked controversy in Europe. This agreement remains “decisive” for successful reconciliation of the refugee crisis, the chancellor said, stressing that the deal “saves lives every day.”

Merkel criticized other European countries for not doing enough to resolve the refugee crisis. She said she is not satisfied with the level of cooperation between the EU members in dealing with the challenge, and called for “more solidarity” within the bloc.

Only whole nation can say who ‘the people’ are – Merkel

In her congress speech, the chancellor also sharply criticized the various anti-immigrant, anti-Islamist and right-wing populist movements that have gained traction in Germany amid the refugee crisis.

Merkel said she had “an impression that it is those who live in Germany for a long time who urgently need to attend some integration courses,” rather than the migrants. She also called on everyone in the country to make an effort and reach “a certain level of culture of discussion.”

She particularly slammed “aggressiveness” and “hate messages”posted online, adding that the internet “must not become a space free of legal regulation.”

Merkel went on to condemn the aspirations of some anti-immigrant movements to act as the “representatives of the German people.” She particularly attacked theWe are the people!’ slogan used by the German ‘anti-Islamization’ movement Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West).

“It is only the whole nation that can decide who ‘the people’ are. We all decide it and not some marginal groups, irrespective of how vocal they are,” Merkel said.

Merkel first officially announced her decision to run for a fourth term as chancellor at a meeting of the CDU presidency in late November.


At the time, she said that having spent 11 years in office she “knows for sure what to do next,” and promised to “wage an election campaign that would be absolutely different from all previous ones.”

Merkel was re-elected as CDU leader and a candidate for the chancellery at the congress on Tuesday with 89.5 percent of the delegate votes, German media report.

Broader public support for Merkel is also evident, according to a survey conducted by the Emnid Institute for Bild newspaper in November. About 55 percent of Germans are supportive of her bid for a fourth term, the poll showed.

Merkel has been the leader of the CDU since 2000 and has held the post of chancellor for 11 years. If she succeeds in 2017, she will find herself in the company of the two leaders that have held power for the longest periods in the history of modern Germany – CDU co-founder Konrad Adenauer, and Helmut Kohl.

Adenauer was in power for 14 years, while Kohl led Germany for 16 years.

Merkel’s bid to remain chancellor comes as Germany continues to face a refugee crisis. Germany witnessed a massive influx of approximately 900,000 refugees in 2015, with up to 300,000 expected to arrive this year, according to Frank-Jurgen Weise, head of the country’s migration agency (BAMF).

The inflow of asylum seekers has sparked a surge of anti-immigrant sentiment in German society, allowing right-wing populist forces to gain popularity and forcing the government to toughen its refugee policy.

In late November, Merkel announced that up to 100,000 rejected asylum seekers would be returned from Germany to their home countries by the end of the year.

Iran streamlines missile production, makes more weapons for less money – general

Iran has managed to increase production of ballistic missiles despite budget constraints by streamlining the manufacturing process, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ air and missile force said.


“In addition to enhancing the precision-striking power and quality of ballistic missiles, the Iranian authorities and experts have used innovative and shortcut methods to produce inexpensive missiles, and today we are witnessing an increase in production [of ballistic missiles],” Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh said in Tehran on Tuesday, as cited by Fars News Agency.


Meanwhile, Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan said “90 percent of the country’s defense systems have reached an acceptable standard and enjoy competitive quality compared with the weapons of advanced countries.”

Iran, cut off from weapons markets and finding its more advanced technology such as fighter jets left without maintenance or resupply after the 1979 Islamic Revolution, pursues domestic production of all the systems it needs for national defense.

The development of rocket technology is part of this effort, which pits Tehran against its regional rivals Israel and Saudi Arabia. The US, an ally and major arms supplier of both these countries, has consistently imposed sanctions against Iran over the development and testing of ballistic missiles. This policy has not changed, even after last year’s historic nuclear deal which eased concerns over Iran’s potential to develop nuclear weapons – an ambition that Tehran denies ever having.

The tension is expected to escalate further under the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, as both he and politicians slated to form his cabinet have criticized the nuclear deal.
Last week, the Republican-controlled US Senate voted unanimously for a 10-year extension of anti-Iran sanctions, shortly after overwhelming support for the move in the House.

READ MORE: ‘Iran will not stand idly by’ if US sanctions are extended – Ayatollah Khamenei

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, who views the nuclear deal with skepticism, earlier warned that the passage of the Iran Sanctions Act would not go without retaliation.

The Trump Effect – Merkel Faces her GRIM FATE as Italy’s Globalist Premier Resigns “I’m Saddened”



Hillary Clinton’s political hero, the disgraced German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has destroyed Germany by opening the borders to hoards of unvetted Muslim migrants, is quaking in her boots as a revolution of populism sweeps across Europe.

Most recently, Italy’s Premier Matteo Renzi’s was forced to resign after his reform proposals were rejected by the people.

Merkel, who is facing her own reelection bid, sees the writing on the wall.

Globalism is dead, viva la nationalism.

From Breitbart:

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she’s saddened by Premier Matteo Renzi’s defeat in the Italian constitutional referendum but is indicating that Europe as a whole is on the right track.

Renzi announced his resignation after his reform proposals were defeated on Sunday. Merkel said Monday: “I am sad that the referendum in Italy didn’t turn out the way the premier wanted, because I have always supported his course of reform.”

Merkel stressed that it was an Italian domestic decision. She added: “From my point of view, we will continue our work in Europe and we have set the right priorities.”

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman says the German leader “took note with regret” of Italian Premier Matteo Renzi’s announcement that he would resign following his defeat in the constitutional referendum.

Spokesman Steffen Seibert said in Berlin that Merkel “worked very well and trustingly with Matteo Renzi, but of course the democratic decision taken by Italian citizens must be respected.”

Seibert noted that Merkel has supported Renzi’s reform efforts in the past, and said that Germany will offer to work closely with the next Italian government.


Warns citizens it will be monitoring angry Facebook posts

Paul Joseph Watson | – DECEMBER 5, 2016

The German government has reacted to the shocking news about a Muslim migrant who raped and killed a 19-year-old woman by warning that it would be watching Facebook posts carefully for instances of Islamophobia.

A teenage Afghan asylum seeker was arrested on Friday for the alleged rape and murder of medical student in Freiburg which took place last month.

The victim’s father is a senior EU official and a vehement supporter of the migrant policy that has seen over a million “refugees” pour into Germany over the last year.

The aftermath of the murder was made even more bizarre by the fact that the victim’s parents used her funeral to raise money for charities that are working to bring more “refugees” into Germany. The victim herself was also a “refugee activist”.

As if the story couldn’t get any more disturbing, the German government’s response was to warn German citizens who expressed anger over the incident on Facebook that it would be on the lookout for Islamophobic hate speech.

Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel asserted that the murder should not be used to stoke anti-migrant sentiment.

“Such horrible murders already happened before the first Afghan or Syrian refugee arrived here,” Gabriel told the Bild newspaper. “We will not allow incitement after such violent crimes, no matter who commits them.”

In reality, the German government’s own statistics show that violent crimes have skyrocketed since over a million migrants arrived in the country.

The only individual with a shred of common sense appears to be the chairman of the DPoIG police union, Rainer Wendt, who said that the murder could have been prevented.

“We wouldn’t have this victim, and so many others, if our country had been better prepared for the dangers that always go along with massive immigration,” he told Bild.

Those concerns are not shared by Angela Merkel’s government, which is more pre-occupied with hunting down German citizens for inflammatory Facebook posts.

After the mass molestation of women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, the German government and media conspired to cover-up the incident.

Reports of rapes, sexual assaults, crime sprees and violent attacks conducted by migrants in German cities are now commonplace and have led to a surge in popularity for the right-wing Alternative For Germany (AfD) party.

“We are shocked by this crime and at the same time we see that our warnings about the uncontrolled arrival of hundreds of thousands of young men from Islamic-patriarchal cultures are written off as populist,” said AfD co-chief Joerg Meuthen.




Less than a week before President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwan’s president over the phone, China flew a pair of long-range nuclear-capable bombers around Taiwan for the first time, two U.S. officials revealed to Fox News.


On Nov. 26, two Chinese Xian H-6 bombers, along with two escort planes, a Tupolev Tu-154 and Shaanxi Y-8, around the island of Taiwan from mainland China, taking off and landing from two separate Chinese military bases.

The escort jets were used to collect radar information and conduct other surveillance on American allies such as Japan, Fox News is told. The Chinese bombers stayed in international airspace, according to officials.


At different points of the flight, Chinese J-10 and Su-30 fighter jets performed escort duties for the Chinese strategic bombers.

Japan scrambled eight F-15 fighter jets to intercept the Chinese flight at one point in the skies somewhere northeast of Taiwan, according to the officials.

A high-ranking official from Taiwan’s defense ministry commented on the Chinese military flight Monday.

“This was the first time that Chinese aircraft circled around Taiwan,” Deputy National Defense Minister Lee Hsi-ming said, adding that China has said similar flights would occur in the future according to Focus Taiwan News Channel.

“China has steadily built up a massive military capability in the area around Taiwan. This isn’t simply a matter of flying bombers. Understand that technically, we can’t object to flying bombers near Taiwan if we are flying combat aircraft and reconnaissance aircraft near China. This is simply legal under international law,” Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said. “Taiwan faces a much more serious Chinese challenge than it has ever faced before.”

Elsewhere, a Russian Su-33 crashed while attempting to land aboard a Russian aircraft carrier in the eastern Mediterranean. The incident occurred Saturday according to The Aviationist which was first to report the crash.

“After performing a combat mission over Syria a Sukhoi-33 fighter-jet overran the runway while trying to land on The Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier. The arresting cable’s rupture was the reason,” read a statement from the Russian Defense Ministry according to Russian state media. The Russian Defense Ministry announced the pilot was safe after ejecting into the Mediterranean.

The Russian Su-33 is seeing combat for the first time in Syria.  Unable to launch strike missions from the Russian aircraft carrier due to the heavy weight of fuel and bombs, the Russian air force moved six Su-33s to its base along Syria’s coast to conduct strike missions in the past few weeks, Fox News was told.

It was the second time in less than three weeks that a Russian jet crashed while attempting to land aboard the aircraft carrier in the eastern Mediterranean. Fox News was first to report the first crash of a MiG-29 last month.