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  1. ISIS attack in Barcelona, Spain

    Well done by the policeman: " The hero police officer who shot dead four terrorists as they attacked pedestrians with an axe and knives in Cambrils, Spain, is a former soldier, it emerged on Sunday. The married officer, who is not being identified for his own protection, served with the Spanish army's elite infantry unit the Legion and was working overtime when the attack started. He received extensive firearms training during his time at the Legion, including the use of rifles, machine guns and pistols. The Cambrils Police Department was pictured applauding the officer for his duties on Thursday --snip-- The jihadis ploughed an Audi A3 into pedestrians on a promenade before crashing into a police checkpoint - overturning the vehicle and injuring one officer, who suffered a broken leg. The terrorists then jumped out armed with an axe and knives. Using his army training and experience, the officer pulled his weapon and shot dead four of them, probably saving dozens of lives. --snip-- El Mundo newspaper described the officer as being 'very quiet, not the Rambo prototype of an elite officer'. --snip-- A police source said: 'He's a quiet man who does not consider himself a hero. He says he was just doing his job. But the truth is he saved a great many lives.' The hero police officer who shot dead four terrorists as they attacked pedestrians with an axe and knives in Cambrils, Spain, is a former soldier, it emerged on Sunday. The married officer, who is not being identified for his own protection, served with the Spanish army's elite infantry unit the Legion and was working overtime when the attack started. He received extensive firearms training during his time at the Legion, including the use of rifles, machine guns and pistols. The Cambrils Police Department was pictured applauding the officer for his duties on Thursday --snip-- The jihadis ploughed an Audi A3 into pedestrians on a promenade before crashing into a police checkpoint - overturning the vehicle and injuring one officer, who suffered a broken leg. The terrorists then jumped out armed with an axe and knives. Using his army training and experience, the officer pulled his weapon and shot dead four of them, probably saving dozens of lives. --snip-- El Mundo newspaper described the officer as being 'very quiet, not the Rambo prototype of an elite officer'. --snip-- A police source said: 'He's a quiet man who does not consider himself a hero. He says he was just doing his job. But the truth is he saved a great many lives.' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4806658/Pictured-soldier-gunned-jihadis-Cambrils.html#comments
  2. Refugee crisis escalating

    Haiti reminds me a bit of the Rhodesia/Zimbabwe-episode. Anyone realises what has gone wrong in both cases but it is not politically correct to say it out loud.
  3. Refugee crisis escalating

    I'm not sure of the statistics but I think about 3million people with a Finnish background live in the USA, Canada or Australia and most of all in Sweden. They are the people who went away from Finland because Finland was such a poor horrible shithole which offered no future. Who can blame them? But fortunately not everyone left and today Finland is one of the best places imaginable in the world. The lesson is that leaving a shithole keeps the place a shithole. Somebody must stay and make the place better.
  4. Refugee crisis escalating

    Haiti is a horrible shithole and anyone would want to get out of there but is there widespread religious or political persecution which would entitle to a refugee-status?
  5. How to prevent terror attacks ?

    Open borders lead to closed streets. The news of terrorism make you realise how much of our societies are based on trust. There is all kind of malice you could easily do and nobody could stop you from doing it, at least not quickly, but there is trust that nobody would do it.
  6. Seems like Neville Chamberlain is in charge of every western-European government; appease, appease so they won't get angry at us. This time around it may be too late for Churchill to come along.
  7. Maybe no Brexit exit.

    What a level-headed view:
  8. Refugee crisis escalating

    2/3 of the Green-party voters are women and especially women under the age of 30. Therefore it is more puzzling that they are voting for a party which is in 100% favour of importing immigrants from countries where women must be dressed in veils. Moreover, while I somewhat understand why the Greens are popular now because they are in the opposition and the government is really unpopular and the main opposition-party the Social Democrats are really a jaded bunch of old people whose time has gone by but still to support a party like the Greens is confusing. The Greens are popular among university-students and have got a reputation of being a youthful cool party but they are really water-melons; green on the surface but red on the inside.
  9. Trudeau and His Welcome Mat

    I must say that I don't pay any attention any longer to foreign women in muslim-veils. I kind of think they are prisoners of their culture and don't even themselves consider themselves as oppressed in any way. On the contrary, every time I see a Finnish woman or at least a white woman wearing those hideous muslim-clothes it really puzzles me. Maybe there will be a day even that is so commonplace that I won't pay any attention any more. But why oh why does any white Finnish woman do anything as insane as wearing muslim-veils. It has increased very rapidly and I can tell you that not a day passes here in Helsinki, our capital, that I wouldn't see white women wearing muslim veils. Some of them even wear the full veil but as their hands are bare you can see that they are white. As long as they are adults and do it out of their free will it is ok but let's not be gullible. It doesn't stop there. The next step is that people complain about being offended by women who don't dress "properly". Btw, what is the situation in the Canadian cities? Is it totally normal to see white women wearing muslim-veils?
  10. Here in Finland the people who are in favour of receiving refugees have cited the Syrian civil-war as a reason. There are next to no Syrians in the thousands of refugees who have come to Finland since 2015. Most of them are from Iraq and Afghanistan. Another reason why we may have difficulties with taking seriously these refugees and their claims is that for an average Iraqi the route to Finland is as follows: Iraq-Turkey-Greece-Macedonia-Serbia-Croatia-Austria-Germany-Denmark-Sweden-Finland. So, they have travelled through 9 perfectly safe countries before claiming asylum in Finland. Very plausible indeed. And why are they coming to Finland? Surely because of our lovely climate, nice people and easy language? Hohoho! Because Finland hands out free money like no other country in Europe. If we stopped doing so the refugee-flow would end but our masters in Berlin and Brussels have ordered us to do so.
  11. Refugee crisis escalating

    Our country hasn't invaded Iraq or Afghanistan or anywhere else so the terrorist-attack was unfair also but that "you invaded our country, so I'm entitled to kill your people in your country"-defence is an excuse to start with. Now it has emerged that the guy had come to Germany first and proceeded from there to Sweden and Finland. Our security services had received a tip from the German authorities that this guy may be dangerous but that tip was largely ignored because of prioritisation; there are propbably so many tips that it is difficult to consider which ones should be taken more seriously than others.
  12. To be honest, on a personal level as I don't have kids whose future I should be worried about, I don't give a shit what Finland will look like in the year 2100 if we are an Islamic republic or a member-state of a European caliphate but as most people of my age do have kids their silence really confuses me. The direction we are heading towards is really doom and yet nobody speaks out. Our MSM, universities etc have done a wonderful job brainwashing people into believing that what is going on today is inevitable and for people's own good.
  13. Indeed, some people here in Finland say that we must get rid of the EU in order to restore sanity but unfortunately the problem is far wider than that. I wish it were so simple as that but it isn't Take Norway or Canada. Neither are in the EU but both are infected with the same cultural-marxist disease as any EU-country. I hate tin-foil hat theories but what is going on is too consistent to be co-incidental. Here in Europe there is clearly going on the implementation of the Coudenhove-Kalergi-plan which aims to destroy all the nation-states and build a European superstate.
  14. It is here too in Finland. I don't have kids but what I've spoken to work-mates I get the idea that it is really expensive. A work-mate of mine who has two kids told me that the kindergarten costs him 600 euros/month. On top of that other expenses which don't exist if you don't have kids. I have often humorously thought that if it weren't illegal many people would sell their kids because they couldn't afford them.
  15. If the population of canada is 100m in the year 2050 that means the population-growth will be over 3% annually for the next 33 years. Such a rate is a third world-standard. Even if the target-year is 2100 then the annual growth is over 1% which is impossible in such a long time-span.
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