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Saturday, 19 September 2015

CENTRAL EUROPE'S MIGRANT EMERGENCY : CROATIA CLOSES BORDER CROSSINGS WITH SERBIA

The border closures mean the main refugee land route from Greece to northern Europe has been cut off. Croatia closed seven out of eight border crossings with Serbia Thursday after 10,000 refugees entered in two days. Croatia’s Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic told reporters that the country was “absolutely full” and could no longer take any more refugees, reports the BBC. “Don’t come here anymore,” he said. “Stay in refugee centers in Serbia and Macedonia and Greece. This is not the road to Europe. Buses can’t take you there. It’s a lie.” According to the BBC, Croatia has been overwhelmed by the new arrivals. On Thursday, crowds of people tried to break through police lines at two towns on the border with Serbia, in the hope of getting to the Croatian capital, Zagreb. Scuffles broke out at Tovarnik and Batina, two of the crossings that are now closed. Buses arrived to take the refugees to a registration center, but there was not enough transport to take everyone, and thousands of people reportedly spent Thursday night sleeping on the roadside or in fields. Hungary sealed off its southern border with Serbia on Wednesday, forcing thousands of desperate people to turn to neighboring Croatia in order to attempt to make their way to northern Europe and their preferred destination: Germany. In chaotic scenes at the Serbian border town of Horgos, riot police on the Hungarian side of the border used tear gas and water cannons to repel crowds of refugees back into Serbia. Hungary has defended its actions and has vowed to continue to forcefully defend its border, reports the Guardian. The border closures in Croatia and Hungary mean the main land route from Greece to northern Europe has effectively been cut off, reports the BBC. Meanwhile, Slovenia said it stopped a group of refugees on a train at the border and would return them to Zagreb. Slovenia, which lies to the north of Croatia and shares a border with Austria, is part of the E.U. border-free Schengen area. On Thursday, Slovenian officials told the European Commission that its border with Hungary would be closed for at least 10 days. SOURCE : http://time.com/4039742/croatia-border-crossings-closed-refugees-migrant-crisis/

Thursday, 10 September 2015

10 SEPTEMBER 2015 - POLICE TO MONITOR KAITAIA AIRPORT FOLLOWING MAORI OCCUPATION

Police will be monitoring Kaitaia Airport following this week's Maori land occupation. Activists spent just over 24 hours at the site before police issued them with trespass notices and moved them off. Airport operator Far North Holdings reopened the airport this morning. Police would be at the airport when planes are due to land in case protesters decide to return, Northland police spokesperson, Sarah Kennett said. SOURCE : http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11510863

Thursday, 3 September 2015

2 SEPTEMBER 2015 - EUROPE'S MIGRANT CRISIS : SCENES OF CHAOS AND DEVASTATION IN HUNGARY AUSTRIA MACEDONIA GREECE TURKEY

Several parts of Europe saw chaotic scenes Wednesday as refugees fleeing violence in the Middle East and Africa overwhelmed several cities and border regions. Budapest, the Hungary-Serbia border, a Turkish resort town, Vienna and the Greece-Macedonia border all saw various clashes or scenes of devastation related to the refugee crisis. In Hungary, hundreds of frustrated refugees demanding passage to Germany jostled with riot police beside Budapest's main international train station Wednesday as Hungary spent a second day trying to keep thousands of asylum seekers from spilling deeper into Europe. Scores of officers pushed back the crowd, which shouted in Arabic and English to be permitted to march around the Keleti train station, which has become the latest focal point for European tensions over an unrelenting flow of refugees from the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Passions also flared on Hungary's border with Serbia as right-wing nationalist protesters marched to the location where refugees use a train track to walk into the country. Police formed protective circles around frightened refugees as the demonstrators from the hard-line Jobbik party screamed abuse at them. The 28-nation European Union has been at odds for months on how to deal with the influx of more than 332,000 refugees this year. Such front-line nations as Greece, Italy and Hungary have pleaded for more help, while Germany, which is expecting to receive an EU-leading 800,000 asylum seekers this year, has appealed for EU partners to bear more of the load. READ MORE AT : http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/migrant-crisis-refugees-decry-budapest-train-station-blockade-1.3212425

EUROPE'S MIGRANT CHAOS : Hungarian police watch over migrants outside Keleti station in Budapest

2 September - Czech Republic abandons 'ineffective' European asylum rules

The Czech Republic will no longer detain Syrian refugees trying to reach Germany, police have said, making it the latest country to abandon European asylum rules in the face of an overwhelming migration crisis. Authorities had been detaining refugees, who had applied for asylum in Hungary but were trying to travel onwards, for up to 42 days. The policy announced on Wednesday was prompted by Germany’s declaration that Syrians who reached the country would be allowed to stay, regardless of their route, and Hungary’s reluctance to take back refugees registered in the country. “We reacted to the positions of Hungary and Germany,” police spokeswoman Katerina Rendlova said in a television interview. “We consider it ineffective to keep these people in detention centres.” Czech authorities had been struggling to deal with the numbers of arrivals and had been drawing criticism for writing identity numbers in pen on the arms of hundreds who were intercepted and pulled off trains. A tweet by Andrew Stroehlein, Human Rights Watch’s European media director, was shared more than 1,000 times. SOURCE: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/02/refugees-stranded-budapest-train-station-hungary

CZECH POLICE PULL 200 REFUGEES OFF TRAINS AND MARK THEM WITH NUMBERS ON THEIR FOREARMS

SOURCE: Andrew Stroehlein (twitter)

TV NZ - ONE NEWS 31 AUGUST - SEVEN SHARP AND RIGHT WING RESISTANCE

New Zealand allows 750 refugees a year, one of the lowest refugee quotas in the developed world.'Ethnic' Kiwi Jehan Casinader visits NZ's white pride activists. But, Masterton scrap metal worker and Right Wing Resistance leader Vaughan Tocker says it's time to close the borders and ensure "the white race's survival". "We're not allowed to defend ourselves. We're becoming a minority in our own countries," he told Seven Sharp's Jehan Casinader. "We're just worried about the cultures we're bringing into the country … especially when they're killing and raping white people in their own countries." Driven by fear, Mr Tocker said he believed migrants were taking over New Zealand. "They'll start voting in their own governments, start making their own laws. They've already taken over a lot of our businesses and a lot of our lands. "We'll be the ones that are unemployed and we'll be the ones that are homeless." He said diversity is an anti-white genocidal scam, and along with a small army of recruits he fights for a white New Zealand, which he said was in danger of becoming extinct. "I'm an anti-multiculturalist. It’s us Europeans who've built this country we don't want to see it overtaken by non-Europeans." Mr Tocker’s xenophobia may have arisen when his wife left him for an Egyptian man, and today he describes himself as a recluse. “I haven't got many Pakistani friends or Chinese friends, mainly because they don't friend me,” he said. “I wouldn't call myself racist,” the grandfather of seven, who spends much of his time on the internet, said. The group is raising money to buy land and build a base to hid from Kiwi migrants. SOURCE: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/xenophobic-right-wing-resistance-leader-fears-white-race-s-survival-in-nz-q08399.html

NEW ZEALAND LAND BASE PROJECT

Right Wing Resistance Land Base project is about setting up a community of like minded folk who can build a cultural preservation and self sustaining mini state within New Zealand. SOURCE : http://landbasenz.blogspot.co.nz/