Ex-Bodyguard of Osama bin Laden Must Be Returned to Germany

Ex-Bodyguard of Osama bin Laden Must Be Returned to Germany

Ex-Leibwächter Osama bin Ladens Sami A., soll nach Deutschland zurückgeholt werden  Berliner Zeitung, 13th July 2018. Gelsenkirchen [Nordrhein – Westfalen].  The alleged former bodyguard of Osama bin Laden, who has been deported to Tunisia, must be brought back to Germany by court order. The deportation of the Tunisian, Sami A., classified “Islamist” and a danger to the public, was “grossly unlawful” and violated “fundamental principles of the rule of law”, according to a resolution passed on Friday [13th July] by the Administrative Court of Gelsenkirchen. The deportation must therefore be “reversed by the foreign [Tunisian] authorities”.

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Stephen Smith : Mass Migration Has Not Yet Begun

Stephen Smith : Mass Migration Has Not Yet Begun

Stephen Smith : «La migration de masse n’a pas encore eu lieu» FIGARO/INTERVIEW, 6th July 2018. According to the American journalist Stephen Smith, migration from Africa, which weighs so heavily on Europe, constitutes the grand challenge of the 21st century. He says that the scale of the migratory pressure will submit our Continent to a trial without precedent, leading to the final rupture between the cosmopolitan elite and the populations who are attached to their identity.

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Paradigm Shift

Paradigm Shift

A few years ago, a contributor to The London Review of Books wrote, “For the first time in its history, the European Left no longer has a project“. Not so: the Left has never lacked a project. When it divorced its white working-class constituency, it did so in order to channel its passion into the greatest of all social projects: to make amends for colonialism and WWII by declaring all accidents of birth, wherever they might be found, null and void. Redress could be had simply by migrating to Europe.

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Violence in Toulouse Again Raises the Question of the No-Go Zones

Violence in Toulouse Again Raises the Question of the No-Go Zones

Les violences à Toulouse posent à nouveau la question des «zones de non droit» FIGAROVOX/INTERVIEW, 18th April 2018. Several districts of Toulouse have been prey to urban rioting since Sunday night [15th April, 2018 – Ed.]. Guillaume Jeanson, attorney at the Paris bar, believes this violence demonstrates that state security policy is still failing to restore republican order to the “lost territories”.

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Macron Denounces the Populist “Leprosy” in Europe

Macron Denounces the Populist “Leprosy” in Europe

Macron dénonce «la lèpre» populiste en Europe LE FIGARO, 22nd June 2018. The countries of Central Europe will boycott the summit meeting on the migration crisis set for Sunday (24th June) in Brussels. One camp against another. In a virulent speech given on Thursday 21st June at Quimper [Brittany], Emmanuel Macron chose confrontation over consultation — with the populist governments now in power in the heart of Europe — in the struggle against “resurgent nationalism, and the closed borders advocated by some”, and those who “discard even [the right to] asylum”. Just a few days before a particularly tense mini-summit dedicated to migration, the Head of State appears to have wanted to kick off the campaign for next year’s European elections.

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Yes, Migrants Benchmark Countries

Yes, Migrants Benchmark Countries

«Oui, les migrants font du benchmarking» FIGAROVOX/TRIBUNE, 1st June 2018. In declaring that asylum-seekers compare the various legislative regimes on offer before choosing a country to go to, the Minister of the Interior, Gérard Collomb, has merely stated the obvious, explains Jean-Thomas Lesueur, delegate-general of the Thomas More Institute.

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