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The migrants crossing the Mediterranean by yacht

Only the wealthiest migrants and refugees could afford to pay for a voyage on the beautiful 10-metre yacht that sailed under a Ukrainian flag.Today that sailboat is under police guard along with a dozen other luxury vessels impounded at the Sicilian port of Augusta. Its former skipper, Andrej, has recently been released from prison after serving a one-year sentence for aiding illegal immigration. Andrej, 35, a Ukrainian, was convicted for transporting 30 migrants from Turkey to Sicily, landing on a small beach in the province of Syracuse. Each passenger paid more than €8,000 for the crossing. Luxury landings: the migrants crossing the Mediterranean by yacht

Edward Luttwak: ‘Strange’ and ‘Strangers’

Den berømte politolog og militærhistoriker Edward  Luttwak tager udgangspunkt i den forbløffende, norske, socialistiske politiker, Karsten Nordal Hauken, der blev analt voldtaget af en somalier, og siden paraderede sin skyldfølelse  medierne over, at somalieren blev smidt ud af landet, til trods for at voldtægten kostede ham selv “årevis med depresjon, misbruk, ensomhet og isolasjon.”

Sådan taler en dødsmærket kultur, der har gjort humanisme og kristendom til en komplet karikatur, og når folk som Hauken ligefrem går ind i politik, er det for at føre os alle ud på deres egen personlige dødsmarch. Danske vælgere stemmer på masser af hans slags politikere, med jævne mellemrum kommer der et nyt kulturdefaitistisk parti.

Karsten Nordal Hauken personificerer, hvorfor europæerne er på vej til at miste deres hjemlande, og man kunne tilføje: Hvis europæiske mænd er af den støbning, har de (vi) ikke fortjent andet end at gå under for muslimsk vold og dominans. Luttwak forsætter derefter til den svenske, sociale patologi, Douglas Murrays nye bog og Michel Houellebecqs bøger.

Two new studies of Islam portray recent outbursts of coordinated violence and oppression not as a reaction to Western liberalism but instead as fundamental to the religion itself

Hauken’s sentiments are by no means unusual: Many elite Europeans hold that Somalis have the right to leave the cruelties of Somalia, inflicted by fellow Somalis, to come to Europe with or without travel documents, as do all other Africans and, indeed, non-Africans—not to mention war refugees from Syria, even though the right of asylum which they truly do have under international treaties only applies to the first country they reach, and no country of Europe shares a border with Syria. That would be dismissed as a mere technicality by many contemporary Europeans, including Mario Bergoglio, the bishop of Rome, aka Pope Francis, who vehemently insists that all immigrants must be welcomed with open arms—a sharp departure from the views of his predecessor, Benedict.

When it comes to Sweden, Murray rightly presents the rape scandal as emblematic while also surveying the territorial loss of control manifest in Malmö, among other places. But it is not clear if the Swedish rape phenomenon can properly be called a “scandal,” because it continues to be blandly denied by the government and, indeed, the entire establishment—there was an outpouring of much-applauded ridicule when Trump mentioned it. Yet the numbers are simple enough: In 1975, there were 421 rapes reported to the police; in 2014, the number was 6,620. Given that most migrants are young Muslim males brought up in places where any uncovered woman is fair prey, the numbers are no great surprise.

What is surprising is the eagerness of the press to cover up the facts. On Feb. 2, 2015, the Swedish press reported the gang-rape of a Swedish woman on the ferry Amorella under the headline “Eight Swedes questioned over ferry ‘gang rape.’”

When it turned out that the men were not, in fact, ethnically Swedes but rather Somalis, the Swedish press (Aftonbladed, Expressen, etc.) merely changed the headlines to read “Swedish citizens questioned over ferry ‘gang rape,’” When the investigative and right-wing Nya Tider published the fact that they were not Swedish citizens but rather asylum seekers and therefore could only be described as Somalis, the Aftonbladed and Expressen simply ignored the correction.

But the more serious problem for non-Muslims is not violence, but rather the West’s own internal encounter with unreconstructed mainstream Islamic beliefs. Both Houellebecq’s Submission and Murray’s book are not optimistic about the result. Not many Muslims outside the Middle East support jihadi violence. Yet the latest Pew survey, issued Aug. 9, shows that support for the imposition of Sharia—complete with hand-chopping and the ritual humiliation of non-believers—is at least substantial (from 37 percent) or overwhelming in every country with a large Muslim population (including Russia), with the solitary exception of Azerbaijan, whose secularism is daily reinforced by the immediate proximity of Iran’s extremism to the south and jihadism in Dagestan to the north. In Afghanistan, that support is 99 percent. EUROPE ‘Strange’ and ‘Strangers’

I Sverige anmeldes 450 voldtægter af mænd og drenge om året, men mørketallet er stort. Mærkeligt nok for et feministisk land, er de voldtægter langt mere tabuiseret, end dem på kvinder. I medierne er de totalt fraværende, og det fik jeg sagt for tidligt. I dag fortæller en mandlig Vänsterpartist netop: Falupolitiker: Jag blev våldtagen under knivhot

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