EuropeNews 3 January 2013
By Nicolai Sennels
To EU it is all about power. Of course EU knew about the poor economies of especially the South European countries but used the situation like any other mafia and lended even more money to them so they could use it as an excuse for demanding power over the indebted nations
Not surprisingly it was EUs own honey pot that lured populist and opportunist - and primarilly Leftist - politicians to make risky plans for the future because they knew they would share the bill for their own supersized welfare services and low production with the rest of the Euro zone - as promised by the "helpful" EU.
With rules inforced by a self appointed commission, including a president whose name only few remember, EU breaks open our national borders and force us to live with millions of people with completely other values.
Gatestone Institute 4 December 2012
"What will be next? Will all Easter eggs be banned in Brussels because they refer to Easter?" — Bianca Debaets, of Belgium's Christian Democratic and Flemish Party
More than 25,000 people in Belgium have signed a petition denouncing a decision to remove the traditional Christmas tree in the central square in Brussels and replace it with a politically correct structure of abstract minimalist art.
Qatar Airways will become the main shirt sponsor of Spanish football giants FC Barcelona from the 2013-14 season, it has been announced. The new sponsorship deal is part of a $225m five-year agreement between the Spanish La Liga club and Qatar Sports Investments which was first announced last year.
Muslim Gang Organised Fake Wife-Beating Complaints so Moroccan Illegals Could Gain Spanish Citizenship and Money
Gatestone Institute 31 October 2012
By Soeren Kern
"Fire Is One of the Soldiers of Allah."
Spanish police have arrested six members of an al-Qaeda cell in Barcelona that was dedicated to providing a related terrorist cell in Germany with large numbers of stolen passports.
The Spanish Interior Ministry said the police action, dubbed Operation Comet, was carried out on October 13 in Barcelona and the nearby town of Vilanova del Camí, and entailed police raids on at least four homes of Muslim immigrants involved in the network. Police found large numbers of stolen passports and identity papers issued in many different countries.
The Muslim swarm was encouraged by the Moroccan senator Yahya Yahya. Moroccan security forces made no move to intervene. The Muslims claim Melilla is part of Morocco and demand that Spain "give it back".
The head of the European Central Bank (ECB) on Sunday threw his weight behind a German scheme to allow the EU to intervene in countries' budgets and propose changes before they are agreed in parliaments.