Monday, May 21, 2018

Grindr Rapist Revealed as Top Gangster in Scotland’s ‘Asian Criminal Underworld’



A car mechanic who raped two men he met on Grindr is a notorious figure in Scotland’s ‘Asian gangster underworld’, it has emerged.

Omar Mohammed Khan was jailed for seven years on Thursday after a jury was told how he and a Slovakian teenage boy attacked men they met on the gay hook-up app “just for a bit of fun”.
The High Court in Edinburgh heard that the pair, who described themselves as “two discreet lads” on Grindr, kept their sexuality a secret and hoped that victims would be too afraid to report the sexual assaults to authorities.
On September 3, they met with a 30-year-old man at his home, where he and the 17-year-old Slovakian initially engaged in a consensual sex act before Khan grabbed the man and held him against a wall while the youth raped him.
The court heard the second attack took place one week later, in which a student victim who the pair first spoke to on Grindr was threatened with violence and then forced to perform a sex act on Khan, local media reports.
A director of his family’s Khan’s Autos business in Glasgow, the 28-year-old is a notorious figure in the ‘Asian’ crime scene after he was involved in a gang vendetta involving the family of Imran Shahid, one of a mob of Pakistanis who carried out the racist murder of white schoolboy Kriss Donald.
A source told the Daily Record: “Omar Khan is well known in the south side of Glasgow but kept his sexuality a secret.
“He’s told his family he was innocent of any rapes and they’re standing by him but what he did was awful.”
According to the source, Khan was “out of their league” in dealings with the murderer’s gang, when in 2009 he was pursued in a vehicle by the armed brothers of Shahid and his fellow killer Faisal Mushtaq, who had been jailed.
The Record reported that the vendetta arose due to Khan’s brother Sheban’s role as a key witness in Donald’s murder trial in 2006, at which three men were found guilty of the racially motivated crime, described by the judge as an “abomination”.
In 2007, Britain’s first Muslim MP announced he would stand down at the next election after he and his family were subjected to months of death threats and abuse over his role in bringing Donald’s killers to justice.
Mohammad Sarwar came under extreme pressure from supporters of the anti-white gang, which had tortured 15-year-old Donald before dousing him in petrol and setting him alight, after he managed to secure the killers’ extradition from Pakistan.
“They were monsters. I knew what could be the consequences for me, for my family, for my grandchildren. But I believed it was the right thing to do. Life is not the same, to be honest with you, since I brought them back,” the then-MP for Glasgow South revealed.

“I was subjected to threats. I was told they wanted to punish my family and make a horrible example of my son they would do to him what they did to Kriss Donald. I received threats to my life, to murder my sons, to murder my grandchildren.”

Thousands of German bikers head to Berlin to protest against Merkel in show of patriotism

Thousands of bikers held a protest in Germany’s capital Berlin today. The protest focused on Merkel’s government and the state of the country. During this show of patriotism Antifa was nowhere to be seen…
Some bikers decorated their motors with German flags and headed towards Brandenburg Gate, where speeches were being held.
A lot of great footage was made, we’ve collected some of it for you here:

Syrian man charged in Berlin assault on kippah-wearing man

Kippa ‘experiment’ reveals Anti-Semitism in Berlin
A Syrian man living in Berlin was charged with assault after he attacked an Arab-Israeli manwearing a kippah.
The alleged attacker, a Syrian Palestinian Arab living in Germany since 2015, was identified as Knaan Al S, due to German privacy laws, according to The Associated Press. He was charged on Friday with causing bodily harm and slander. He turned himself in two days after the April 17 attack.
During the attack, the assailant lashed the man with his belt and repeated the Arabic word for Jew, “Yahudi.” The victim, Adam Armouch, an Arab-Israeli, filmed the attack on his cellphone. He was accompanied by a 24-year-old man also wearing a kippah who reported being accosted verbally by three men.
Armoush, 21, who is not Jewish, told the Deutsche Welle news agency that he had grown up in an Arab-Christian family in Haifa, Israel, and said he put on the kippah as an experiment to see “how bad it is to walk Berlin’s streets as a Jew today.”
The attack took place in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood, which is popular among many Israelis living in Berlin. It is also home to an Orthodox Jewish community centered around the Lauder Yeshivas Beis Zion and the synagogue Kahal Adass Jisroel Berlin.
The attack led thousands of Jews and non-Jews alike to don kippot and participate in “Wear a Kippah” rallies in Berlin and other German cities to protest anti-Semitism.

Italy forming new populist government today to challenge EU

By Thomas Lifson

Chaos and instability is more or less the normal state of affairs when it comes to Italy’s national government. But the formation of a new government expected today, two months after voters handed more than 50% of the vote to two populist parties (Five Star and The League) promises more strife and uncertainty than usual. Now, the European Union faces the probability of defiance by a major member state. Ishan Tharoor writes in the Washington Post:
…the populists' ascension in Rome crystallizes a real danger for Europe's liberal establishment. Their joint platform offers an emphatic riposte to the edicts of Brussels, potentially threatens the integrity of the euro zone, promises a hard-line campaign against migrants and extends a hand of friendship to Moscow.
Germany, the dominant economic power of the EU has been insisting on enforcement of quotas for member states to accept immigrants, sparking resistance from 4 members admitted from the former Soviet sphere, called the Visegrad Group: the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and Hungary. Now, a Western large economy one of the founding members of the EU, and one on the frontlines of immigrant intake may defy the German-imposed mandate. The two parites in the populist coalition have:
…a plan to carry out mass deportations of illegal migrants and scale back Italy's efforts to rescue those attempting the perilous sea journey from North Africa. For Salvini and the League, it's simply part of their ultranationalist, far-right politics. But for the Five Star Movement, as di Maio told Today's WorldView last year, it serves as a wake-up call to the European Union, which they argue has not done enough to support Italy on migration.
Other plans of the populists, in the economic sphere, also spell trouble for the EU, and probably for Italy, too:
Their proposed reforms include a guaranteed monthly income of close to $1,000 for poor families, tax cuts and a push against E.U.-mandated austerity measures. But it's not clear where the money for these programs will come from, and European officials fear that tens of billions of euros in additional spending could lead to a potentially catastrophic new sovereign debt crisis on the Mediterranean.
Financial markets are not amused, as AP reports:
The prospect of a 5-Star-League government weighed heavily on markets and on Italy’s European allies. The cost of borrowing to fund Italy’s persistently high public debt rose to the highest levels in nine months and the Milan stock market was trading down 2 percent.
France’s economics minister has already sounded an alarm that the eurozone’s financial stability could be threatened if a populist government blows Italy’s deficit commitments.
“If the new government takes the risk of not respecting its commitments on debt, the deficit, but also on consolidation of banks, then the entire financial stability of the eurozone will be threatened,” Bruno Le Maire told the Cnews television channel Sunday.
There is no way that Italy can afford such generous handouts, and no matter the agenda of the new government, the money will not appear magically. I suspect that this means that immigration planks of their platform will be emphasized even more, leading to a well-deserved crisis for the Brussels hegemons who impose demographic transformation on unwilling member states.
All of this means further strife, and further chaos for the EU, just as Brexit implementation becomes serious.
It couldn’t happen to a more deserving group of autocrats.

New Italian Government Expected Monday After Eurosceptic, Anti-Mass Migration Coalition Agreed

Coalition partner party leaders will go to the Quirinal Palace Monday evening to meet with Sergio Mattarella, the Italian President, to officially form a populist, Eurosceptic government which has prompted panicked headlines across the continent.

The emergence of the League (‘La Lega’, northern Italy, tax-reforming, anti-mass migration) and Five Star (southern Italy, anti-establishment) coalition follows months of hard-fought negotiations since the national elections in early March.
The Italian President will receive Five Star leader Luigi Di Maio and League leader Matteo Salvini Monday night at 1800 Rome time — midday EST — along with the leaders of the two houses of the Italian parliament, reports Italy’s il Giornale.

It is the second time the men have met — the last discussion with the Italian President eight days ago having been to ask for extra time to formulate a government — however, tonight is expected to see a name put forward for Prime Minister, and a governing programme.Although no name has officially been announced so far, it was revealed Sunday that that individual to be put forward as Italy’s next Prime Minister had been selected. Although both Di Maio and Salvini will have wanted the top job, both have ruled themselves out to help coalition negotiations move forward smoothly.One name mooted as the likely pick is 54-year-old Italian law professor Giuseppe Conte, a Five Star Movement member who helped draft the governing contract between the two parties, reports Spain’s La Vanguardia.
A political unknown, the University of Florence academic had already been put forward as a potential minister charged with cutting Italy’s bureaucracy down to size and attracted attention for being a technocrat with no political experience.
If he were to be made Prime Minister Monday evening, the academic figure would essentially act as a figurehead for the government while the powers behind the throne — Salvini and Di Maio — conduct the business of ruling day-to-day.
Other likely cabinet picks including Five Star leaders to take the labour and welfare ministry, allowing him to fulfil his party’s promise to deliver the implementation of a Universal Basic Income programme — partly funded, they claim, by the European Union.
League leader Matteo Salvini is also to take a ministry representing an area of key interest for his voters as he is tipped to take the Immigration office. Before the election, his party promised to deport some 500,000 illegal and irregular migrants from the country, a move which will almost certainly bring Italy into serious conflict with the European Union.
Another campaign promise which the League made before the election was exploring the possibility of Italy leaving the Euro single currency, what the Italian media called an ‘Italiaexit’. While this did not make the final governing contract, the league’s economics spokesman Claudio Borghi will continue to push for it in government, reports il Giornale, which states the possibility of it happening remains “concrete”.

Germany probes more refugee offices after official accused of wrongly granting asylum: media

Germany's Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) is investigating 10 more of its local offices after the former head of its Bremen office was suspected of wrongly granting asylum to more than a thousand people, media reported on Sunday. More than 1.6 million migrants, many from the Middle East, have arrived in Germany since 2014, prompting concerns about social cohesion and security, and boosting support for the far-right Alternative for Germany, which entered the national parliament for the first time in last year's election. In April, prosecutors said they were investigating the former head of BAMF's Bremen office, who is suspected of granting asylum to some 1,200 people who did not qualify for it, the majority of them members of the Yazidi ethnic group. Several German media on Sunday said the BAMF was now reviewing 10 out of its 70 outposts and cited an Interior Ministry spokeswoman as saying 8,500 asylum decisions from 2017 were being checked. Bild am Sonntag (BamS) newspaper said, without citing its sources, that 13 outposts were being reviewed. Neither the BAMF nor Interior Ministry were immediately available for comment. Deputy Interior Minister Stephan Mayer has said certificates of recognition will be annulled where necessary if legally possible.

New ‘Italy First’ coalition wants to deport 500,000 migrants

League leader, Matteo Salvini - Photo: Facebook
On the 18th of May, the Five Star-Movement and the League struck a deal to form a populist government. One of their government’s pledges is to deport half-a-million migrants.
A few days before the deal, EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos stated that he wished Italy would “not change its migratory policy”.
The government deal not only changes the migratory policy of Italy, it revolutionises it. The programme calls for the deportation of the 500,000 migrants present in Italy.
“Today, there are around 500,000 illegal migrants in Italy (…) expulsion orders are not enough: those who don’t have the right to stay must return to their home countries”, the document said.
Italy, being the first port of call due to its close proximity to North Africa, is inundated with refugees, who don’t integrate well with Italians, to put it mildly.
In fact, one of the reasons of the League’s success in the latest election was the horrific murder of Pamela Mastropietro, a teenage Italian girl, who was chopped up and put in two suitcases by a Nigerian asylum seeker, just few days before the election.

Muslims conquer Victory Plaza in Clermont-Ferrand, France, rename it “Nakba Place”

The Victory Square is the forecourt of the Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption Cathedral.
Also on that square ther’s a fountain topped by the statue of Pope Urban II, who launched the first crusade in Clermont in 1095. This work of the sculptor Henri Gourgouillon was raised in 1898.
Thank you Ava Lon for the investigative work that gave this video its dire context.