Swedish Woman Escapes to Hungary Amid Migrant Crisis

Woman says many Swedes fleeing Islamized country

By Dan Lyman Monday, March 19, 2018

A Swedish woman who recently fled to Hungary after living there for nearly 40 years shared her experience with Hungarian media in a gripping television interview, detailing a rapid deterioration in safety and security due to the migrant invasion.

Natalie Contessa is a dual citizen of both nations, but after spending the majority of her life in Sweden, she felt compelled to escape to her motherland, telling Hungarian state broadcaster M1 that many of her friends and family are also emigrating to less dangerous Western countries.

“There is no safety at all. With all those migrants they let into the country, unfortunately the situation got worse,” Contessa said. “For example, you can’t travel in the daytime on the metro in Stockholm where I lived, because the migrants sexually assault women, and nobody helps. The police do not come out.”

“You might sit in a coffee house during the daytime, and suddenly five or six migrants run in, 15 or 16-years-old, and threaten you with a knife. They take your mobile phone and your bag.”

She explained that many jobs are being handed over to inexperienced migrants, including in hospitals where she worked, fueling a growing exodus by Swedish medical professionals to other countries, like Norway.

She also asserted that hospitals have become dangerous, with sexual assaults on the rise as they become packed with Islamic migrants notorious for preying on Swedish women.

“A lot of Swedish nurses who work in the hospital leave their jobs, because they get sexually molested, even in the workplace,” Contessa said, adding that there is an overwhelming suppression of these stories by government, media and even leftist bullies, where those who speak out are slandered, ostracized – and even criminally charged.

Contessa’s horrifying tale from the medical field is becoming the norm in many European localities, where migrants riddled with formerly-eradicated diseases assault nurses and doctors, throwing feces and urine – one Somali migrant even sexually assaulted an Italian woman while she was in labor.

“Gone are the days when Sweden was considered one of the world’s safest countries. The everyday situation in Sweden has become so dangerous that even personnel at Swedish hospitals have to fear for their lives,” Sputnik reported recently.“Gang members barging in with guns, knife-fighting in the waiting rooms and shooting victims dumped near entrances have all become the harsh reality of the emergency department at Malmö Hospital.”

Contessa asserted that only within the last three years has the atmosphere in Sweden rapidly darkened, prompting her planned emigration to Hungary, which was accelerated after she was sexually attacked on the subway while en route to work, and despite her cries for help, was ignored by capable bystanders who likely feared for their own safety if they intervened.

According to Hungarian media, shortly after the interview aired, a smear campaign was launched by left-wing media and Contessa was doxxed, resulting in her address being revealed, threats upon her life, and hacking of her social media accounts.

She is now living under security protection provided by former special forces soldiers.

The latest data collected by the National Crime Prevention Council found that there exist 61 Islamic ‘no-go zones’ in Sweden, up from 55 a year ago.


Fearing deportation under Trump, immigrants prepare to become ‘untraceable’…



A few months back, Lorena Jofre was planning to buy a condominium in Miami-DadeCounty to finally move into her own place with her 7-year-old daughter.

Jofre, who has lived much of her life in uncertainty, also planned to exchange her old car for a new one, thanks to a better paying job. She even hoped to return to college to become a teacher or a social worker.

But her plans have since drastically changed.

Like many immigrants in South Florida and other parts of the country, Jofre is now taking steps to become untraceable after President Donald Trump ordered stepped up enforcement of immigration laws and arrests of undocumented immigrants.

“What if in a few months I can’t work? What if one day they knock on my door?” said Jofre, who lives in southwestern Miami-Dade. “You get paralyzed, you don’t want to do anything drastic with your life. It is a scary thought.”

Jofre, a Chilean immigrant, is technically not undocumented. At least until January of 2019. She is protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA), which shields from deportation individuals who came to the United States as children and remained in the country illegally.

In September, Trump ended the program and gave Congress until March 5 to approve a legislative solution that would give legal status to the nearly 700,000 people protected by DACA. But the deadline passed without any legislation or new remedies to the dilemma.

The lack of an immigration solution by Congress has generated uncertainty among those with DACA, also known as “Dreamers,” as well as those with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and those without legal status. As a result, many undocumented immigrants or those who could lose their legal protection, have started to move to other neighborhoods or cities, close bank accounts and register their vehicles, houses and even businesses in the names of others.

Jofre, who is a single mother, is considering leaving Florida, where she has lived for almost 25 years. She plans to move to a sanctuary state, where local authorities are not obligated to cooperate with federal immigration agencies to arrest undocumented immigrants.

Before DACA, Jofre worked as a waitress, getting paid under the table. DACA allowed her to obtain better jobs and plot a better future.

Jofre and other immigrants interviewed by the Miami Herald said they will have few options if they lose their protected status.

“I would go back to living in the shadows, which is how I have lived most of my life in this country,” she said, adding that she has not even considered returning to Chile, a country she barely remembers.

“I would only go if they throw me out, and I would go kicking and screaming and fighting to stay,” Jofre said.

Listening to her mother, Anabell teared up. The first-grader likes her school and said she does not want to live in Chile because she is afraid.

“What are you afraid of?” a reporter asked her.

“Earthquakes,” Anabell answered without hesitation.

Several immigrants, activists and lawyers said the majority of people without papers or who will lose legal protection are not considering leaving the United States as an option. At least not voluntarily.

“For most of these people, this is home. How do you tell someone that they have to leave their home? They have been living here for 20, 30 years. They bought homes, raised families,” Santra Denis of Catalyst Miami said at a recently organized community forum.

“Do you know anyone who is getting ready to leave? Because I don’t,” said Denis, whose organization works with immigrant families.

Now many living in limbo cling to the hope of comprehensive immigration reform, which would not only protect DACA beneficiaries, but possibly include other immigrant groups, such as those with TPS and those without papers. Meanwhile, around the country, desperate families are taking steps to hide and protect their children in case they are deported.

▪ A month ago in Washington, D.C., Cristina bought an inexpensive sofa, lamp, desk and kitchen utensils that she found through the sales listing on Facebook to furnish her new apartment. The Guatemalan, who has lived in the Maryland area for nearly 22 years, recently moved out of her neighborhood where she lived for almost a decade and abandoned everything.

“Things are getting ugly, so we decided to move and left just like that, without saying a word to neighbors,” said Cristina, who did not want to give her last name, as her husband, a construction worker, loaded the sofa on his truck.

Cristina’s daughter was born in the United States, recently turned 21 and is filing a petition to legalize the status of her parents. But Cristina is afraid that immigration authorities will knock on her door before her daughter can help.

“What if the migra grabs me before I have my papers?” asked Cristina, who works as a concierge in a luxury hotel. “I have to take care of myself.”


An undocumented immigrant from Central America who lives in an apartment near Little Havana recently posted a sign on a wall of her house, next to the front door: “Before opening the door: Look out the window, do not open to strangers, don’t answer ANYTHING.”

An undocumented immigrant from Central America who lives in an apartment near Little Havana recently posted a sign on a wall of her house, next to the front door: “Before opening the door: Look out the window, do not open to strangers, don’t answer ANYTHING.”
Brenda Medina bmedina@elnuevoherald.com

▪ In an apartment near Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, an undocumented immigrant from Central America recently posted a sign on a wall of her house, next to the front door: “Before opening the door: Look out the window, do not open to strangers, don’t answer ANYTHING.”

It’s not just a warning for her young daughter, who was born in the United States, but also a warning to everyone in the family in case immigration agents knock.

“ICE does not need a search warrant to come in, so we’ve been advised not to open the door,” said the woman, who asked not to be identified for fear of being arrested.

A few days earlier, she had changed her car at the dealership. She chose another color, a different model and she registered it in the name of her eldest daughter. She is waiting for her lease to expire to move elsewhere. But she does not want to move too far so she doesn’t have to find a new school for her daughter.

“Just think, my daughter, who is a U.S. citizen, has to deal with the consequences of this uncertainty,” she said.

▪ In recent weeks, Lis-Marie Alvarado, an activist with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, said she has received 10 power-of-attorney letters, naming her as the legal guardian of several children. They were given to her by undocumented mothers who work in the fields, babysitting or cleaning houses, and who fear social services authorities will take their American children if they are detained by ICE.

“It is an enormous responsibility and should only be done with someone you trust,” said Alvarado, who coordinates the “We Belong Together” campaign in Miami-Dade. “These people are not giving me custody of their children or anything like that. But they do feel the need to give me this document, so if they are detained or deported, they will know who has their children while they fix their situation.”


Bico, a Haitian immigrant who is a TPS holder.
C.M. GUERRERO cmguerrero@miamiherald.com


‘They had a backup plan to basically frame Donald Trump and that’s what’s been going,’ says Kallstrom

Former assistant FBI director James Kallstrom suggested Sunday morning that the constant shifting of high-ranking government officials over the last year is related to an internal plot to help Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.

“I think we have ample facts revealed to us during this last year and a half that high-ranking people throughout government, not just the FBI, high-ranking people had a plot to not have Hillary Clinton, you know, indicted,” Kallstrom said on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo.”

Kallstrom, who worked at the FBI for 27 years, was responding to Bartiromo’s question about whether he thought that someone in the FBI was directing officials to protect Clinton.

“Do you think somebody was directing them or do you think they just came to the conclusion on their own, this leadership at the FBI and the Department of Justice, that they wanted to change the outcome of the election?” Bartiromo asked.

Kallstrom also said officials had a scheme to blame Trump for the Russian interference during the 2016 election.

“They had a backup plan to basically frame Donald Trump and that’s what’s been going,” Kallstrom said.

Clapper News Network? CNN Pays Source for Leaking With Paid On-Air Gig

By Tim Graham

George Neumayr at The American Spectator made hay with the new House Intelligence Committee report that accuses former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper of leaking to CNN in January as CNN’s Jake Tapper broke the story that senior intelligence officials briefed President Obama and President-elect Trump on the Christopher Steele “dossier.” That would make sense…considering CNN is now paying Clapper to be a yapper to Tapper on TV. 

Neumayr began:

The late pundit Robert Novak used to say that government officials can choose to be either “a source or a target.” In other words, leak information to reporters and you can count on flattering coverage and protection from them. An added bonus to leaking, as former Intelligence Director Jim Clapper discovered, is that the network to which you are leaking will turn you into a paid contributor.

According to Congressman Jim Jordan, speaking to Fox News, “Clapper was actually the guy leaking information” to CNN about the presidential briefing on the Steele dossier that served as the pretext for the media feeding frenzy over possible Russian blackmail of Trump.

One can only laugh at the utter fraudulence of CNN: it pads its panels with government officials who leak to it, then presents them to its audience as “nonpartisan” experts commenting on the aftershocks of the very stories they leaked.

Trump’s intuition about a politicized intelligence community is confirmed daily by the rantings of its former members who treat the studios of television news like a retirement center. Eager to get in on this act, NBC recently hired former CIA director John Brennan, who also ingratiated himself to reporters through leaks. On his Twitter account, he describes himself as “nonpartisan” and NBC supports that con by letting him comment on the investigation his partisan manipulation of intelligence instigated.

Sara Carter made the point that Clapper denounced his own leak in a press release on January 11: “I expressed my profound dismay at the leaks that have been appearing in the press, and we both agreed that they are extremely corrosive and damaging to our national security.”

Now that Clapper’s been exposed by the House Intelligence Committee, it’s not at all surprising that Clapper is denouncing as “so partisan” it has “zero” credibility (wow, the chutzpah is amazing):

ANDERSON COOPER: I mean, do you think we can trust anything in the report?

CLAPPER: Well, unfortunately, and this is sad for me is that the credibility of the committee is basically about zero because they are so partisan. I have been around, Anderson, since those two committees were stood up. Let’s say in 1976 and the Senate intelligence committee a year later.

So I’ve watched them over the years. And the only time the committees are effective is when they are bipartisan. And the House Intelligence Committee is paralyzed because of the partnership that is emerged over this and the politicization of intelligence which they are supposed to safeguard against.

COOPER: Director Clapper, I so gained some access to some raw intelligence tonight and I just want to wish you a very Happy Birthday today.

Scientific American: ‘Why Are White Men Stockpiling Guns?’ Because They’re Uneducated Racists?

By Newsbusters Sunday, March 18, 2018

Scientific American continues on its activist leftward path, diluting its scientific brand by transmitting biased anti-gun propaganda under the cover of academic sociology.

The latest entry was posted Wednesday and has become a popular post: “Why Are White Men Stockpiling Guns? — Research suggests it’s largely because they’re anxious about their ability to protect their families, insecure about their place in the job market and beset by racial fears.”

If that headline wasn’t a giveaway, writer Jeremy Adam Smith’s bio left little hope for an objective take: “….author or co-editor of four books, including The Compassionate Instinct and Are We Born Racist?”

After pointing out that “Since the 2008 election of President Obama, the number of firearms manufactured in the U.S. has tripled….” Smith asked “So, who is buying all these guns — and why?”

His answer, boiled down: Dumb racists.

….The American citizen most likely to own a gun is a white male — but not just any white guy. According to a growing number of scientific studies, the kind of man who stockpiles weapons or applies for a concealed-carry license meets a very specific profile.

These are men who are anxious about their ability to protect their families, insecure about their place in the job market, and beset by racial fears. They tend to be less educated….

Assumptions of racism were made:

But Stroud also discovered another motivation: racial anxiety. “A lot of people talked about how important Obama was to get a concealed-carry license: ‘He’s for free health care, he’s for welfare.’ They were asking, ‘Whatever happened to hard work?’” Obama’s presidency, they feared, would empower minorities to threaten their property and families.

Smith forwarded the same lazy gun-as-potency metaphor that has served as a smug liberal pop psychology nugget for decades:

For these economically insecure, irreligious white men, “the gun is a ubiquitous symbol of power and independence, two things white males are worried about,” says Froese. “Guns, therefore, provide a way to regain their masculinity, which they perceive has been eroded by increasing economic impotency.”

Again, Scientific American skipped actual evidence and illogically assumed a racial explanation:

Both Froese and Stroud found pervasive anti-government sentiments among their study participants. “This is interesting because these men tend to see themselves as devoted patriots, but make a distinction between the federal government and the ‘nation,’ says Froese. “On that point, I expect that many in this group see the ‘nation’ as being white.”

Even worse than the accusations is the condescension. White men need “restrictive gun laws” for their own protection.

Unfortunately, the people most likely to be killed by the guns of white men aren’t the “bad guys,” presumably criminals or terrorists. It’s themselves — and their families…. As a new study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine once again shows us, restrictive gun laws don’t prevent white men from defending themselves and their families. Instead, those laws stop them from shooting themselves and each other.

These arguments generally, misleadingly lump in suicides as gun deaths (though one doesn’t need a gun for that) and misses the deterrence aspect of guns – the sound of a shtogun being “racked” can serve as a deterrent to a crime without being fired, though such instances may not show up in statistics.