West European governments are beginning to say no to the Muslim invasion, finally recognizing, as Czech president had warned, “It’s practically impossible to integrate Muslims into Europe“. (See also “Muslim migrants mean rape, violent crimes, social instability & revolution“)

  • Both Sweden and Finland are trying to stem the human tidal wave with plans to expel, respectively, 80,000 and 20,000 of ‘refugees’. (See DCG’s “Waking up: Finland plans to boot out 20,000 refugees“)
  • On Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016, Germany moved to tighten asylum rules so as to more easily deny asylum to migrants from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. At the same time, family reunions for migrants would be blocked for two years.those countries.

Those European governments are doing that for good reason: Frustrated by their governments’ wrong-headed policy welcoming ‘refugees’ and ‘migrants,’ some native Europeans are taking matters into their own hands.


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In Paris, there are street battles between French vigilantes and Muslim ‘migrants’.


Friday evening, Jan. 29, 2016, hundreds of masked men marched through Stockholm’s main train station, reportedly beating up ‘refugees’ and anyone who didn’t look ethnically Swedish.

As reported by Samuel Osborne for the (UK) Independent, Stockholm police spokesperson Towe Hagg said the men, wearing all-black balaclavas and armbands, “gathered with the purpose of attacking refugee children.” (I don’t see children in the video above, do you?)

An eyewitness told the Aftonbladet newspaper, “I saw maybe three people who were beaten. That was no football brawl or something similar. They targeted migrants. I was quite scared and ran away.”

Before the attacks, referring to social worker Alexandra Mezher, who died after being stabbed at a refugee shelter for unaccompanied children, the vigilante mob handed out leaflets with the slogan “It is enough now!” and threatened to give “the North African street children who are roaming around” the “punishment they deserve”.

Four people have been arrested in connection with the attacks – one for assaulting a police officer, while the others were charged with being masked in public, which is illegal in Sweden. All risk fines.

After the attack, the neo-Nazi Swedish Resistance Movement released a statement claiming the attack had “cleaned up criminal immigrants from North Africa that are housed in the area around the Central Station. These criminal immigrants have robbed and molested Swedes for a long time. Police have clearly shown that they lack the means to stave off their rampage, and we now see no other alternative than to ourselves hand out the punishments they deserve.”

Sweden received a record 160,000 refugees last year, but has seen a sharp decline in newcomers since photo ID checks were introduced this month.


At about 1 am Friday, Jan. 29, in Berlin, vigilantes threw a hand grenade at a shelter for ‘asylum seekers’.

As reported by AFP (via Yahoo), the grenade attack is a “shocking first” in Germany where attacks against ‘refugee’ homes are on the rise.

Security staff discovered the grenade and notified the police. Thankfully, although the pin had been pulled, the grenade did not explode and no damage or injuries were reported. Police later detonated it in a controlled explosion.

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But German government officials seem oblivious to the public’s discontent.

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere blasted the grenade attack as “unacceptable” and “cowardly” and called for a swift probe to bring the perpetrators to justice. For his part, Justice Minister Heiko Maas expressed disbelief about the “horrific” incident and said he would call a meeting of his counterparts in Germany’s 16 states in March to discuss a stronger crackdown on far-right crimes. “With explosives flying at refugee homes, we mustn’t wait until there is the first death,” he said.

Last year, Germany took in nearly 1.1 million ‘refugees’, as 173 attacks against refugee shelters were reported across the country, more than 6 times the number recorded in 2014.

Like other Europeans who are stocking up on guns after the massive sex attacks on New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germans are also arming themselves. Since January 1, the number of Germans Googling “gun permits” has risen more than 1,000%; sales of non-lethal weapons such as tear gas pistols have skyrocketed. (ZeroHedge)

Meanwhile, a new poll by Insa, conducted for Focus magazine, shows just how fed up Germans have become with Berlin’s refugee policy. For the first time, the pollster asked voters whether Chancellor Angela Merkel should resignA whopping 40% of Germans said she should step down. (Reuters)

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV


Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.