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Former Navy Seal running for Congress in Virginia ‘gets it’ on refugee program

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 11, 2016

marching-men 2And, he isn’t silent about his views as we saw on Fox and Friends Weekend this morning.

See my other blog American Resistance 2016! and learn about Scott Taylor!  Click here.

This election year is it!  If Hillary is elected we are done.

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Community destabilization, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: | 7 Comments »

Copenhagen: Islamic gangs intimidate bar patrons, tell them no drinking in Sharia zones

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 11, 2016

Invasion of Europe news…..

I feel like a broken record, but as the Muslim immigrant population grows (as it is in Europe), Islamic supremacists (devout Muslims!) feel comfortable in beginning to put demands on the population they are conquering (yes! they believe they are conquering infidel lands) to be more sharia compliant.

Here is the latest in Denmark from Russia Today (hat tip: Bob):

A group of bar owners from one of Copenhagen’s suburbs, who have been endlessly harassed by Muslim youth activists trying to impose a so-called “Shariah zone”, have taken their case to a government minister, urging her to protect their businesses and the locals.

Pub owners in the Nørrebro suburb of Copenhagen have for months tried to get the Copenhagen Police to take action against a group of youths from an immigrant background, who have been threatening, extorting, and vandalizing bars in broad daylight.

The concept of Sharia zones was introduced by a group called ‘Call to Islam’ some five years ago. Using volunteers, pockets of activists embark on daily patrols of the neighborhood and approach those who drink, gamble, or engage in other activities seen by the group as running contrary to Islamic beliefs.

“Recently some young men came into the bar and shouted that all guests should leave,” Heidi Dyrnesli from Cafe Heimdal told Radio24syv. “They shouted so that the site belongs to them and that Nørrebro is Sharia zone, so there is no drinking alcohol.

Go to the story and see what Denmark is doing about it—admonishment on facebook.  That should take care of it!

This makes me wonder if Americans will wake up when Islamists begin to (check one):

___Harass their dogs

___Pressure women to cover their heads

___Put pork producers out of business

___Demand they stop drinking beer

___Or, will it take all of the above before your family members get it (too late)?

See our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive here.

BTW, I go back and forth on the spelling of ‘sharia’ or ‘shariah,’ so if you are looking for more posts here on the subject, try typing both words into our search window.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , | 23 Comments »

Top posts of the last week

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 11, 2016

rrw-logo-1Before I get to those, I want to mention twitter.  We tweet as @RefugeeWatcher and every day we get new followers which is exciting, but for those of you who don’t tweet, please see the right hand column here at RRW for my twitter feed.

There is so much news surrounding this issue (refugees, immigration, Islamic terrorism, the European invasion, Election 2016, etc. and some of it you send me), that I couldn’t possibly post all of it, but so as not to lose it, I tweet it. Therefore, I urge you to have a look at that twitter feed for stories that interest me and might interest you!

Here are the top three posts of the last week (the week of June 6th) that were the most visited here at RRW:

Düsseldorf in the news again as migrants burn down asylum center

Ten things your town needs to know as it is targeted for refugee resettlement

No break for NH as feds approve just short of 500 new refugees for the state

See our category simply called ‘blogging’ for all of our previous roundups.

Posted in blogging, Refugee Resettlement Program | Tagged: | 1 Comment »

 
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