The victims severed head was found hanging from a fence, along with two banners that purportedly bear Islamic writing, outside the same factory where a large explosion occurred Friday. Police found his body in the suspect’s van.
BRNO, Czech Republic – Hundreds of far right supporters have rallied against immigration and Islam in the Czech Republic’s second largest city Brno, while others gathered nearby in support of immigration.
The rally follows a similar demonstration in the Slovak capital of Bratislava on Saturday which turned violent. They reflect the rising tensions surrounding immigration Europe, even in countries that have not been significantly hit by the recent wave of asylum-seekers.
Riot police on Friday separated the groups and were pelted with objects such as beer cans and bottles by the anti-migrants protesters.
Tomas Vandas, the leader of the far right Workers Party of Social Justice condemned the decision of EU leaders to relocate 40,000 migrants from Italy and Greece in Europe and demanded they are sent back to their countries of origin.
The Human Rights Commission says New Zealand can help its own citizens and also provide refuge to people escaping violence and war.
“We can help our own people and we can also save some of the world’s most vulnerable people. It doesn’t have to be one or the other,” said Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan.
“Everyday New Zealanders are the only ones who can truly welcome refugees to our country. A Government can increase our quota but it can’t make people feel welcome: only people can do that. If ever you’ve looked at what’s going on overseas and wondered how you can help: this is how you can help.”
“We need to share the peace. Welcoming Refugees and raising the refugee quota is quite simply: Humanity in action.”
The nationalist Swiss People’s Party (SVP) has once again shown that its message speaks to the Swiss people. The latest poll figures released on Wednesday show that SVP has more support among the Swiss than any other political group.
These results reflect earlier surveys conducted that have shown that immigration and asylum issues is by most voters seen as the most important political topic. SVP has taken a hard stance against immigration showing us that the Swiss want less multiculturalism and societal decay.
SVP has said that it wants to make it easier for authorities to deport immigrants from Switzerland who do not integrate into society. It also wants to allow authorities and government agencies to deny benefits to immigrants that fail to integrate.
The strong growth and lasting support for parties such as SVP is a growing trend in Europe. A shift is happening and it cannot come fast enough.
Amidst uncontrolled stream of mostly illegal immigrants to Switzerland from Italy, Swiss politicians are discussing temporary closure of all Swiss borders. Switzerland would be second country after Austria, which effectively denied entrance to asylum seeking refugees a week ago.
Swiss politicians are openly discussing temporary closure of Switzerland’s borders. This would effectively stop the current, uncontrolled flow of immigrants.
Most asylum seekers come from Somalia, Gambia, Nigeria, Eritrea, Senegal, and Kosovo, which only to a certain extent, if at all, suffer from wars.
All over Europe people wake up and sovereign nations close their borders and re-install a sense of national awareness. So it might be as well, that the European people’s nightmare - the European Union with its undemocratic leaders - might be on the brink of collapse.
What could remain, are strong European nations, without the undemocratic leadership of self elected, democracy defying autocrats like Juncker and the European commission.
A group estimated to have been 10,000 - 14,000 strong marched in Bratislava on June 20th against Islam and immigration. The protest was organized by the group “Stop the Islamisation of Europe”.
Slovakian flags and banners reading “Slovakia is not Africa” and “Multiculturalism equals genocide” flew with pride as some protestors tore up an EU flag.
The governor of the Banská Bystrica region and founder of the nationalist People’s Party - Our Slovakia, Marian Kotleba, was present.
“I wish you a nice, white day… we are here to save Slovakia.”
Earlier this week, a poll conducted by an opinion research agency found that 70% of Slovaks oppose the migrant distribution plan. The European Commission wants Slovakia to accept up to 800 foreigners.
“The vast majority of the Slovak public… perceives migrants as a security risk for the country, or as an economic or social burden,” said Martin Slosiarik, head of the survey agency Focus.
Marian Kotleba’s appearance at the protest will hopefully encourage Slovaks to vote for his nationalist party. Slovakia’s fate will be judged by the electoral choices of its people, and the recent rally shines a light of hope. As a preference for the right wing continues to grow throughout Europe, there may be hope for us all.
“We had a lot of bad experience with Muslims… This [rally] is probably the last chance to stop Muslim invasion.”