A Lithuanian haulier has been robbed at knife point by three migrants in Calais. The driver suffered cuts to his hands and was taken to hospital for treatment; the migrants have not yet been apprehended.
The driver was attacked on Monday morning, shortly after arriving at a local garage to change a tyre on his truck. His three assailants sprayed him repeatedly with tear gas before attacking him with the knife and making off with his wallet and mobile phone.
- Dutch filmmaker Maaike Engels was making documentary in Calais Jungle
- She was filming when her colleague Teun Voeten was attacked by migrants
- Three young men armed with knife and pepper spray tried to steal camera
- Pair saved when other migrants came to their rescue and ran attackers off
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I’ve found a replacement.
As regular readers are by now acutely aware, Europeans are growing increasingly frustrated with officials’ response to the bloc’s worst refugee crisis since World War II.
To be sure, some countries were skeptical from the very beginning. Take Hungary for example, whose firebrand PM Viktor Orban built a series of migrant-be-gone fences late last summer and defended them with tear gas and water cannons.
Be that as it may, most Europeans were willing to give refugees the benefit of the doubt. That began to change after attacks on Paris killed some 130 people in November and sentiment took a decisive turn for the worst earlier this month when scores of sexual assaults allegedly perpetrated by men of “Arab origin” on New Year’s Eve created a bloc-wide scandal.
“How Can Europe House Them All?”
It can’t, that is the plan.
From the article:
“Germany alone took 1.1million official refugees in 2015 – and countless thousands of illegals.”
This migrant crisis is engineered by TPTB.
What it really is, is an invasion (ISIS and Al-CIAda from Libya, Syria soon to be ‘operating’ in Europe).
The system will collapse (as planned by TPTB) and civil war is coming.
RECORD numbers of migrants have burst through international borders this year as the number of ‘forcibly displaced’ people reaches 60m for the first time ever.
Experts say the global refugee crisis has led to there being one migrant for every 122 people on earth.The latest figures for migrants across the world were released in a UN report, revealing record numbers of people fleeing war, conflict and poverty.
An 18 year old Austrian woman was “rushed to hospital” in the early hours of this morning after a drink with an Afghan stranger she met on a train turned into a sex attack.
Private security staff in Vienna’s Prater park rushed to the aid of a young woman in distress this morning around 02:30 o’clock after they heard cries for help. The 18-year-old victim had been raped on a park bench by a 21-year-old asylum seeker from Afghanistan, who is now in police custody.
Europe has barely even seen the start of the migrant influx, Germany’s Development Minister has warned.
Gerd Müller said only 10 per cent of Syrian and Iraqi migrants have reached Europe so far and “eight to ten million are still on the way”, with even more to come from Africa.
Europeans are organising into self-defence groups in reaction to the failure of their own governments to protect them from migrant invaders, with one group boasting 13,000 supporters alone.
Founded last week and reported on at the time by Breitbart London, the ‘Dusseldorf is Watching’ group which proclaims “one for all, and all for one” and has already gone on patrols and has grown to 13,000 supporters in eight days. It is just one of a growing number of so-called vigilante groups emerging across Germany and other European nations who patrol streets or dispense spontaneous justice in place of the regular police.
Similar to the Dusseldorf group is the new ‘Kassel is Watching’ group, founded in the central German city this week. Already enjoying over 2,000 supporters, the patrols are organised through instant messaging app ‘WhatsApp’ and Facebook. The mobile phone messenger allows crimes to be quickly reported to the group by members of the public and for volunteers to instantly receive updates and the locations of flashpoints.