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Police lose control in Sweden to Muslims, but we are admonished and smeared for questioning the hijrah from the Middle East and Africa.
Trump is under enormous pressure from the left to alter his vow to halt this invasion. He must not waver.


SHOCKING footage of cars burning out in Stockholm has emerged as the fire epidemic continues to spread uncontrolled throughout crisis-hit Sweden.
By Lizzie Stromme, The Express, Nov 30, 2016

The Scandinavian country has been plagued with arsonist thugs setting vehicles alight, with hundreds of cars burning out since 2015.In 2016 alone, more than 70 cars have been destroyed as police struggle to combat the increasing violence and criminal activity in the famously liberal country.

The latest video shows three cars in Hallunda in southern Stockholm engulfed by flames as firefighters battle to put out the blaze.
Overnight Sunday another car was also reported to be burning out in the crime hotbed, which was heavily hit by arson attacks in 2015.

Hallunda was one of the cities which was placed on Sweden’s National Criminal Investigation Service’s list over “no-go” zones due to the police force’s increased lack of control over anti-social behaviour.In February, reported the Scandinavian country had seen a huge surge in crime since the start of the migrant crisis in Europe – with a rise in sex assaults, drug dealing and children carrying weapons.At the time around 50 areas were put on a “blacklist” which are then divided into three categories from “risk areas” to “seriously vulnerable” as it was announced Stockholm had over 20 no-go areas where over 75,000 people live.However, the figure was increased to 55 in September as the Swedish police force face a recruitment crisis, with on average three officers handing in their notice every day.

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Hallunda, with a population with just over 14,000, was one of the areas where it was claimed violence was flourishing due to high immigration, low employment rates and bad living conditions.In 2015 alone Sweden, with a population of 9.5 million, received over 160,000 asylum applications, resulting in the country closing its internal borders despite being a member of the Schengen Area, in a desperate attempt to halt the migrant influx.The report also said children aged 12 carry weapons for older criminals and 70 cars and buildings were set on fire in an arson spate last year.The southern city of Malmo suffered a surge of violence over the summer, as almost a 100 car fires ripped through the country’s third-largest city.

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The Scandinavian country has been plagued with arsonist thugs setting vehicles a blaze



In the Wake of Ohio University Jihad Attack, Amazon Rolls-Out ANTI-TRUMP, Pro-Migrant Ad

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As the invasion of Europe brings that continent to the brink of war, left wing Islamic apologists and their running dogs in the media are working furiously to pressure President-elect Trump to back down from his pledge to stop the same invasion of America.
One day after a Muslim migrant mowed down and slashed Ohio University students with a machete, Amazon launched a pro-Muslim migrant, anti-Trump ad.
In the latest cultural psyop, Amazon has created an ad that is being promoted heavily in the enemedia. “A priest and an imam are sitting down for tea…..” Do they discuss the genocide of Christians in Muslim lands? Do they discuss the creed apartheid under Islamic law? Do they attempt to tackle the worldwide jihad and its millions of victims? No, in the liberal fantasist bubble, they play patty-cake and buy presents for each other (even though Christmas is haram and Christians are persecuted for celebrating the birth of Jesus in many Muslim countries).
I am sure a priest and imam can sit down and have a chat. But so what? What about the dead and dying? Anecdotal stories of dhimmitude does nothing to address the Quranic texts and teachings exhorting Muslims to kill the non-believers. What it does do is further disarm the American people in the information battle-space.
                                  A PRIEST AND AN IMAM 


CNN, November 30, 2016:
It’s not the beginning of a joke. It’s Amazon’s newest ad, and it serves up a healthy dose of anti-Trump messaging.
In the ad, the priest and the imam are friends — and they’re not getting any younger. They share a hug, the imam leaves, and both take out their smartphones and tap on the Amazon app. Two days later, they receive the same package from each other: knee braces. The priest genuflects without pain. The imam kneels for prayer, and he feels just fine.
If the commercial had come out last year, it would have been the usual heart-warming stuff, quickly forgotten.
But the ad has already erupted on social media, even tweeted by Amazon’s Twitter-shy CEO, Jeff Bezos.
Amazon’s ad offers a not-so-subtle counterargument to some of the angry anti-Muslim rhetoric espoused by President-elect Donald Trump and his supporters.
As talk bubbles of Muslim registries and even a potential ban on Muslim immigrants, Amazon’s message offers a different approach: We are people first. We embrace the things that make us different, but we’re all very much the same. Muslims have arthritis, too.
In a statement, Amazon spokeswoman Julie Law said the ad was not connected to any political movement.
“This advertisement was produced and booked to appear on TV before the election result was known, so this certainly isn’t a reaction to that,” she said.
Last December, he went on a Twitter tirade against Bezos. Trump argued that Bezos had bought The Washington Post in 2013 to persuade Washington politicians to keep Amazon’s taxes low and help the company avoid antitrust scrutiny. And Trump said that because he will be tough on Amazon as president, Bezos used the Post to publish nasty articles about Trump in an attempt to keep him out of the White House.
“This is owned as a toy by Jeff Bezos who controls Amazon,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in May. “Amazon is getting away with murder tax-wise. He’s using The Washington Post for power so that the politicians in Washington don’t tax Amazon like they should be taxed.”
Shares of Amazon (AMZNTech30) have fallen nearly 5% since Election Day, wiping out about $20 billion in market value.



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President-elect Donald Trump picked Elaine Chao (shown) for secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation on Tuesday, raising concerns about her connections with the Republican establishment as well as China. Some of those concerns are balanced by her affiliations with pro-freedom and pro-free market organizations.
If confirmed, she will face a host of issues, including managing a $1 trillion program to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure of bridges, tunnels, airports, railroads, ports, waterways, and pipelines (assuming the package is funded by Congress). She will be tasked with reducing or eliminating the “burdensome regulations” often derided by Trump during his campaign. There are the ongoing issues of safety recalls due to airbag failures affecting some 50 million vehicles that were recalled in 2015. She will be challenged with finding a way to accommodate drones flying in U.S. airspace, and completing a “comprehensive review” of the government’s present fuel economy and emissions standards. There’s talk of privatizing the air traffic control system. And her agency will continue to monitor General Motors in its ongoing issues with ignition-switch failures that have allegedly resulted in 124 deaths.
Chao arrived in the United States on a freighter in 1961 at age eight along with her family, who were fleeing the communist revolution on mainland China. After obtaining degrees from Mount Holyoke College and the Harvard Business School, she worked her way up to vice president of syndications at the Bank of America and then worked in international banking for Citigroup. Following that, she served as deputy transportation secretary in the George H.W. Bush administration.
She then was named director of the Peace Corp, after which she worked for four years as president and CEO of United Way, rebuilding that group’s credibility following a financial scandal involving the previous president.
In 1996, she was a distinguished fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation until George W. Bush appointed her as his labor secretary. After serving eight years in that administration, she returned to the Heritage Foundation, and just this summer became a fellow at the conservative Hudson Institute as well.
There are both “pluses” and “minuses” about Chao’s nomination by Trump to be his transportation secretary.
She has been heartily endorsed by former Secretary of Transportation James Burnley under President Ronald Reagan, who said that Chao “knows DOT [the Department of Transportation] and its issues well” and “is a strong believer in free markets, and I expect she will approach most economic issues from that perspective.”
A not-so-friendly endorsement came from Thomas McGarity, a law professor at the University of Texas and author of Freedom to Harm, a book about the labor department that included some of Chao’s tenure. He told the Associated Press that she is likely to be “skeptical” of adding new regulations and may in fact attempt to roll some of them back. He added “She’s not going to be especially inclined to second-guess the [automobile] industry when they say that [a new technology] is safe.” McGarity added that Chao is “a strong advocate of letting the markets function as they will [and] not intervening into private sector arrangements.” Under Chao, OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) — part of the Department of Labor — didn’t issue a single significant new safety regulation for four years.
Also on the “political” plus side for Trump, Chao has been married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell since 1993, which could prove politically useful when Trump brings his gigantic infrastructure funding bill to the Senate (assuming it gets past the House first).
Another plus: she served as a board member of Bloomberg Philanthropies until that group decided to back the Sierra Club’s “Beyond Coal” initiative that would hurt coal miners in her state of Kentucky. Then she resigned.
She also got a “negative” endorsement from the mouthpiece of the liberal establishment, the New York Times, which described Chao as “an unapologetically ambitious operator with an expansive network, a short fuse, and a seemingly inexhaustible drive to get to the top and stay there.” This negative endorsement is rated as a plus for Chao.
She worked closely for many years with both Bushes, unequivocal establishment insiders, while her stints with the Bank of America and Citigroup added their luster to her already expanding resume.
She serves as a board member of the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as well as a board member of News Corp, owned and controlled by insider Rupert Murdoch.
She is a member of the world-government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and was part of a coalition of former Bush administration officials that came out at the last minute in support of Donald Trump, including former Treasury Secretary John Snow, former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, and former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson.
At a ceremony in Shanghai in 2013 Chao said, “The U.S.-China relations[hip] is among the most important bilateral relationships in the world. And as such, there is no other alternative but to have a harmonious and a cooperative relationship. As with any relationship, there are bound to be ups, downs, disagreements, but in the overall scheme of things, in the overall direction, for the benefit of the world, [the] U.S. and China must get along, and must find a way to do so.” This, it must be remembered, is the same Chinese government that murdered tens of millions of its citizens, and that sponsors organ harvesting through kidnapping, as shown in a documentary by NTD Television in 2012.
On top of all that, there is the nasty bit of business that was exposed by the liberal Nation in October 2014: One of the cargo ships belonging to Chao’s father, the owner of Foremost Maritime Corporation, the Ping May, was found, during a routine inspection by Colombian authorities, to contain ninety pounds of cocaine. It was headed from Colombia to the Netherlands. The Nation gleefully reported further that Chao’s family had made substantial gifts to the couple while supporting financially McConnell’s run for the Senate that year.
Chao’s checkered history, though not enough to prove that Trump has sold out, is certainly enough to raise a red (pun intended) flag. The hope is that Trump is smart enough to know when he’s being manipulated into taking positions that he opposes by the likes of Elaine Chao.