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Saturday, December 17, 2016

The European Union Times


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Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:15 PM PST

A 12 year-old boy from Iraq tried to blow up the Christmas Market in Ludwigshafen.
The boy tried to ignite the bomb but it didn't go off.
He wanted to travel to Syria and join ISIS.
Via Vlad Tepes and Focus:
A 12-year-old boy may have been sent by the Islamic State when he planned an attack on the Christmas market in Ludwigshafen. The State Attorney and the State Prosecutor have already begun investigations.
A 12-year-old German-Iraqi apparently tried to carry out a nail bomb attack on the Christmas market in Ludwigshafen at the Rhine. Focus reports this in its latest edition, referring to legal and security authorities. According to the investigators, the "highly religiously radicalized" boy might have been "incited or instructed" by an "unknown member" of the terror militia Islamic State (IS). Only because the charger did not ignite was there no detonation.
According to Focus Information, the Federal Attorney in Karlsruhe is investigating on the grounds of a suspicion of a "severe subversive act of violence". Parallel to that, the State Prosecutor in Frankenthal is leading the investigation of the boy, who was born in 2004 in Ludwigshafen. It is expected that the investigation will soon be closed, because the alleged perpetrator is under the age of criminal responsibility.
Boy wanted to join ISIS in Syria
According to Focus, the boy placed a backpack with a self-made charger in a bush near the town hall. A few days previously, on November 26, he had, according to Focus, attempted to ignite the bomb at the Christmas market. In the backpack was a can with a hole drilled in it, and a wire leading through the hole. It was filled with explosive material. The outside was sealed with tape and packed with nails.
After an alert passer-by informed the police about the backpack, specialists detonated part of the volatile compound. According to Focus Information, back in the summer of 2016 the boy entertained the idea of going to Syria to join ISIS. After his arrest in Ludwigshafen, the 12-year-old was placed in a juvenile shelter.
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Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:05 PM PST

One of the victims of the savage assault, identified only as Andrew,
described his attackers "animals".
The terrifying ordeal unfolded when the gang of African teenagers began destroying fencing outside the St Kilda Life Saving Club on the famous Melbourne beach, Australia.
Two landscape gardeners working on the site yelled at the men who responded by unleashing a brutal onslaught.
Andrew said: "There were about 30 of them and they all turned at once and attacked me, all of them swinging at once.
"I just told them to get out of the construction site and then they just looked at me and they just charged at me like animals, like in the wild, they were wild animals."
The 21-year-old said the gang said nothing before the attack, in which he received a sudden punch to the head before being kicked, stamped on and whipped with a belt.
He sustained multiple facial injuries and his colleague, named only as Nathan, had his nose broken by the youths.
Andrew said: "Nathan was up against the wall getting beat up. He tried to grab somebody attacking me from behind and then a group of the people attacking me turned on him.”
Both men were taken to hospital by paramedics.
According to local reports, the African teenagers had been terrorising people enjoying the beach for hours, stealing phones, bikes and other possessions.
Police were called to the south-east Melbourne beach on a number of occasions throughout the day but each time the gang would just disperse before joining up again to continue their campaign of intimidation.
Melbourne Police Inspector Jason Kelly said: "I want to provide some reassurance to the community that what occurred was not acceptable.
“The matter will be fully investigated and those responsible will be identified".
In recent years, gangs of mostly Sudanese men have terrorised Melbourne suburbs with a spate of burglaries, rape, assault, and carjackings.
Police have said the gangs seem to be motivated by pleasure, warning: "Drugs or money aren't the driver. It's purely for the fun. They're getting off on humiliating their victims."
Conservative commentator Andrew Bolt has said the country's immigration and refugee policy is putting Australians in danger, and decried "the media, politicians and police" who "keep covering up this fact".their campaign of intimidation.
Melbourne Police Inspector Jason Kelly said: "I want to provide some reassurance to the community that what occurred was not acceptable.
“The matter will be fully investigated and those responsible will be identified".
In recent years, gangs of mostly Sudanese men have terrorised Melbourne suburbs with a spate of burglaries, rape, assault, and carjackings.
Police have said the gangs seem to be motivated by pleasure, warning: "Drugs or money aren't the driver. It's purely for the fun. They're getting off on humiliating their victims."
Conservative commentator Andrew Bolt has said the country's immigration and refugee policy is putting Australians in danger, and decried "the media, politicians and police" who "keep covering up this fact".
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Posted: 16 Dec 2016 01:59 PM PST

Facebook announced on Thursday a Soros-funded "fact check" group will be used to determine which Facebook stories are "fake news."
George Soros is a billionaire funder of far left causes and groups like Black Lives Matter terrorists and Occupy Wall Street hoodlums.
Breitbart.com reported:
The organization partnered with Facebook to help determine whether a certain story is "disputed" is financed by billionaire George Soros and a slew of other left-wing funders.
The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) drafted a code of five principles for news websites to accept, and Facebook yesterday announced it will work with "third-party fact checking organizations" that are signatories to the code of principles.
Facebook says that if the "fact checking organizations" determine that a certain story is fake, it will get flagged as disputed and, according to the Facebook announcement, "there will be a link to the corresponding article explaining why. Stories that have been disputed may also appear lower in News Feed."
IFCN is hosted by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies. A cursory search of the Poynter Institute website finds that Poynter's IFCN is openly funded by Soros' Open Society Foundations as well as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Google, and the National Endowment for Democracy.
Poynter's IFCN is also funded by the Omidyar Network, which is the nonprofit for liberal billionaire eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. The Omidyar Network has partnered with the Open Society on numerous projects and it has given grants to third parties using the Soros-funded Tides Foundation. Tides is one of the largest donors to left-wing causes in the U.S.
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Posted: 16 Dec 2016 01:42 PM PST

Greece's European creditors have halted the country's debt relief deal after Athens proposed a one-off payout to pensioners which contradicts Brussels’ austerity demands.
The sides are struggling to agree on the latest review of Greece's rescue plan of €86 billion. Last week they agreed on a short-term debt relief deal under which Athens must reduce its public debt by 20 percent of GDP by 2060.
Three days later Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras promised 1.6 million pensioners a Christmas bonus of between €300 and €800. He said the government would spend €617 million in one-off benefits for low-income pensioners ahead of Christmas because Greece had exceeded its 2016 primary surplus target.
The PM also suspended a planned increase in sales tax for the eastern Aegean islands which had received scores of refugees from the Middle East and elsewhere.
"The institutions have concluded that the actions of the Greek government appear to not be in line with our agreements," said Eurogroup spokesman Jeroen Dijsselbloem, adding "no unanimity now for implementing short-term debt measures."
Athens will hold a parliamentary vote on the pension payments on Thursday to rally domestic support.
"When we exceed targets and revenue by sticking to the program, we will not seek anyone's permission to give this money to those who need it most," Tsipras said.
He added the country's creditors "should respect the Greek people who had made enormous sacrifices in the name of Europe."
“We have carried the weight of the refugee crisis. In the name of Europe we have, in recent years, implemented an extremely harsh policy of austerity," said the prime minister.
The Greek people and particularly pensioners have vehemently opposed the unpopular austerity measures introduced by the government under the terms of the 2015 deal with creditors.
The reforms include tax hikes, pension cuts, as well as the privatization of public assets. Greece is also obliged to bring in a primary budget surplus to 3.5 percent of GDP by 2018.
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Posted: 16 Dec 2016 01:27 PM PST

A federal judge dealt a deathblow to "faithless electors" who challenged Colorado's law requiring electors to vote for the candidate who won the state's popular vote in November.
A lawsuit was brought forward to set a legal precedent across the United States, unbinding electors from their requirement to vote for the candidate who won the popular vote in their respective states in order to convince enough electors to switch their vote for Hillary Clinton or an establishment Republican, stealing the election from Donald Trump.
United States District Judge Wiley Daniel denied the injunction request from Polly Baca and Robert Nemanich, two Colorado electors who argued that the law binding their vote to Hillary Clinton, the state's popular vote winner, violated their First Amendment rights and the intent of the framers of the Constitution.
Judge Daniel, who was nominated by Bill Clinton in 1995, lambasted the electors for their overt effort to change the law in order to deny Trump the presidency.
"Part of me thinks this is really a political stunt to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president," he said.
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams sought further clarification from a Denver judge on how to prevent electors from voting for a candidate who did not win the state's popular vote.
Judge Elizabeth Starrs ruled that any elector who fails to do so can be replaced immediately when the Electoral College convenes in Denver on December 19.
The most recent setback for the so-called "faithless elector" movement comes after confirmation that the public relations firm representing them has close ties to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Black Lives Matter.
Megaphone Strategies, which provides "media relations, strategy, and training services to causes doing high-impact work for social justice", was founded by former Obama "green jobs czar" Van Jones. Molly Haigh, the co-founder and president, worked for Obama's 2008 presidential campaign.
Diane May, the organization's communications manager, worked for Obama's 2008 and 2012 campaigns as well as Bernie Sanders' campaign against Hillary Clinton.
Vien Troung, a Megaphone board member, headlined a fundraiser for Clinton in September; she currently serves as the director of Green for All, an organization founded by Van Jones that has received financial support from George Soros.
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