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    THE LATEST: POLISH AUTHORITIES BAN ANTI-MIGRANT RALLY

    THE LATEST: POLISH AUTHORITIES BAN ANTI-MIGRANT RALLY
    STRASBOURG, France (AP) -- The latest news as countries across Europe cope with the arrival of thousands of migrants and refugees. All times local (CET):
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    2:50 p.m.

    Authorities in the Polish capital, Warsaw, have banned a protest against Muslim refugees that was planned for the city center on Saturday, saying it is driven by out-of-place hatred.

    The decision follows a government announcement that Poland will be able to accept more refugees that the 2,000 originally declared and a declaration from Catholic leaders that the church will do its best to help immigrants.

    Predominantly Catholic Poland appears to be gradually opening to the need of helping the plight of Muslims fleeing for their lives. But fears also remain.

    Warsaw Deputy Mayor Jaroslaw Jozwiak said Wednesday that the organizers of the protest had used the "language of hatred" to justify it.
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    2:10 p.m.
    Germany's foreign minister is pressing other major powers and Arab nations to ease a funding crunch at the U.N. refugee agency.

    The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees has appealed for an extra $30.5 million to help deal with Europe's refugee crisis. Meanwhile, funding shortfalls have forced the U.N. to cut food aid to refugees in countries neighboring Syria over recent months.

    Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, whose country holds the Group of Seven presidency, said Wednesday he will organize a meeting of G-7 countries and Syria's Arab neighbors when the U.N. General Assembly meets later this month.

    He told lawmakers his message would be: "If the fate of these people is really close to our hearts, then at least ensure UNHCR gets the necessary money to give them their daily rations."
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    2:05 p.m.
    The United Arab Emirates has defended its response to the Syrian refugee crisis in the face of criticism that oil-rich Gulf states should be doing more to address the issue.

    In a statement provided to The Associated Press, the Emirati government said it has provided residency permits to more than 100,000 Syrians who have entered the country since 2011, and that more than 242,000 Syrian nationals currently live in the country. It did not provide details on the terms.

    Residency visas in the Emirates - where foreigners outnumber citizens more than four to one - are typically tied to an employing sponsor or a resident family member, and do not allow for an indefinite stay in the country or an opportunity to acquire Emirati citizenship.

    In addition to the visa extensions, the Emirates said it has provided more than $530 million in humanitarian aid and development assistance since 2012 in response to the Syrian crisis.
    Part of that aid goes to fund a camp in Jordan that houses more than 4,000 refugees.
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    2 p.m.

    Police in southern Denmark have shut down a section of highway after a large group of migrants left the place where they were staying after entering Denmark by train from Germany, and started walking on the highway north of Padborg on the Danish-German border. According to Denmark's TV2, they are chanting "Sweden, Sweden"

    Also in southern Denmark, police stopped three trains with migrants who had crossed the strait separating northern Germany and the Danish island of Lolland. A group of up to 35 who fled earlier in the day from the ferry terminal is Roedby have now returned, they said.
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    1:45 p.m.

    Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka says his government's opposition to mandatory quotas for accepting migrants in the EU member states has not changed.

    "The compulsory quotas are not a good solution," Sobotka said in a statement. "To continue with a discussion about their establishment all across Europe only prevents us from taking really important and necessary steps."

    State Secretary for European Affairs Tomas Prouza told the Czech public television Wednesday: "We consider the quotas nonsensical. They don't solve the problem."

    The Czechs argue most of the migrants have been heading for Germany and don't want to stay in the Czech Republic.

    Last Friday, the prime ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland rejected calls by Germany and some other EU members for compulsory sharing of refugees.
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    12:10 p.m.
    A Hungarian camerawoman has been fired after she was caught on video kicking and tripping migrants entering Hungary across the border with Serbia.

    The N1TV Internet channel said their employee, widely identified in Hungarian media as Petra Laszlo, has been dismissed because she "behaved unacceptably" at a makeshift gathering point where police take migrants immediately after they enter Hungary near the village of Roszke.

    In videos posted online, Laszlo can be seen kicking at least one migrant in a group trying to break through police lines and tripping a man carrying a small child while also running from police.

    N1TV editor-in-chief Szabolcs Kisberk said in a statement late Tuesday that the dismissal was immediate. Much of the channel's content centers on the activities of the far-right Jobbik party
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    11:45 a.m.
    Two German newspapers have published a special supplement in Arabic, welcoming refugees and giving them advice on where to go for services.

    The top-selling Bild newspaper and Berlin's BZ, both produced by the same publisher, put out the four-page insert in Wednesday's editions, headlined "Welcome to Berlin; You have finally reached Berlin, what do you need to do now?"

    A map of the capital, labeled in Arabic, points out refugee housing centers, health care clinics, playgrounds, language schools offering free courses and other places of importance.

    It also includes a short list of Arabic-German phrases, and details on the regulations for asylum seekers.
    Berlin Mayor Michael Mueller's message greeting the refugees, also in Arabic, says they will find that "the German capital is an open, tolerant and international metropolis."
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    11:30 a.m.
    Greek authorities say they have completed screening more than 17,000 refugees and migrants stranded in miserable conditions on the island of Lesbos, and most have boarded ferries for the mainland.

    A football stadium has been enlisted as a screening center, and police sent more staff and fingerprinting equipment to accelerate the process. Nearly half the migrants reaching Greece in small boats from Turkey arrive on Lesbos, and sleep rough there until they can be registered.

    Police said Wednesday the screening center will continue to handle some 3,000-4,000 people who arrive every day.

    About 10,000 people left Lesbos this week in ferries for the mainland.
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    11:30 a.m.
    Europe's top human rights organization is calling on governments to treat migrants and asylum-seekers with the same respect and dignity as Europeans receive.

    In a letter Wednesday to all 47 member states, Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland said it was "self-defeating to mistreat or demean any future members of our societies."

    He notes that collective expulsions are banned, there must be no discrimination on basis of religion or race, and there should be equal access to food, shelter and health care.

    Europe has struggled, in part, because front-line nations such as Hungary and Greece have not put enough facilities in place to house a human flow averaging 2,000 to 3,000 a day while the vast majority of people try to push deeper into Europe and seek refuge in Germany.
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    10:50 a.m.
    Norway's migration agency has turned down an offer from an Oslo mosque to provide shelter for migrants and refugees, saying such housing needs to be religion-neutral.

    The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration is scrambling to find housing for a growing stream of asylum-seekers coming to the wealthy Nordic country.

    But agency spokesman John Olav Kroken says the offer from the Islamic Cultural Center, Norway's first mosque, was turned down because housing migrants in a place of worship would be against the rules.
    "It cannot be a mosque or a church," he said. "I think they were disappointed because they wanted to help."

    The Islamic Cultural Center said it respected the agency's decision and that it would make its premises and staff available to help should the need arise in the future.

    Norway received more than 2,300 asylum-seekers in August, the highest monthly number since the Balkan wars in the 1990s.
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    10:50 a.m.
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says integrating successful asylum applicants into German society will be a priority and authorities must learn from the past.

    Merkel told lawmakers Thursday that a country welcoming many people from other cultures "also must make clear what rules apply here."

    Merkel said the government must learn from the experiences of the 1960s, when West Germany allowed in "guest workers" from Turkey and other nations but paid scant attention to integrating them. She says key steps include ensuring that new arrivals learn German and trying to get them into jobs.

    She added: "We must not look away if environments solidify in which integration is rejected or if parallel societies develop - there can be no tolerance there."
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    10:40 a.m.
    A group of refugees has arrived in France after an overnight bus trip from Germany, the first among around 1,000 that French President Francois Hollande pledged to receive from the neighboring country.
    Hollande committed to accepting 24,000 refugees over two years - approximately the amount that Germany took in over just the past weekend.

    French television in Champagne-sur-Seine showed the migrants, including families with young children, leaving a bus and entering a Red Cross tent for coffee. French public opinion is split on how to handle the influx of people fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa.
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    10:25 a.m.
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has renewed her demand for compulsory sharing of refugees among European Union countries and insisted that the migrant crisis is a challenge for every nation in the 28-member bloc.

    Merkel addressed the German parliament's annual budget debate on Wednesday just as the head of the European Union's executive, Jean-Claude Juncker, called for the compulsory relocation among EU countries of another 120,000 refugees.

    Germany has taken in more migrants than any other EU country. Merkel said: "We need a binding agreement on a binding distribution of refugees among all member states, according to fair criteria."
    Merkel said "it would be a step if we achieved what Jean-Claude Juncker is proposing today" but that the challenge is deeper than just sharing refugees.
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    9:00 a.m.
    The head of the European Union's executive says 22 of the member states should be forced to accept another 120,000 people in need of international protection who have come toward the continent at high risk through Greece, Italy and Hungary.

    With the new call to the European Parliament, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Wednesday that his additional plan would bring the total for emergency relocation to 160,000.

    Recalling the lengthy haggling among member states over the spread of the initial 40,000, Juncker said that this time "this has to be done in a compulsory way."

    Juncker said he wants his plan endorsed by the member states at a special meeting in Brussels on Monday.

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    These nations are being forced to accept large waves of Muslim illegal immigrants they dont want and their freedom to even assemble or speak out against it are non existent.

    Totalitarianism backing the submersion of their nation's original inhabitants and creators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    These nations are being forced to accept large waves of Muslim illegal immigrants they dont want and their freedom to even assemble or speak out against it are non existent.

    Totalitarianism backing the submersion of their nation's original inhabitants and creators.

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    I truly believe this to be just a trailer for the movie coming soon to America. Ike told republicans in 1959 to stay the hell out of idle eastern affairs. When did republicans ever take excellent advice, even from their own? Bush was sure the region would consist primarily of democracies before now. We cannot afford another republican in Congress and it is not a good time to put one in the WH. I contend the same about democrats! America needs new directions from new leadership that does not exist in the major parties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    These nations are being forced to accept large waves of Muslim illegal immigrants they dont want and their freedom to even assemble or speak out against it are non existent.

    Totalitarianism backing the submersion of their nation's original inhabitants and creators.

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    It is the US funded United Nations that is calling all the shots. Look at the leadership of the UN...

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    Citizens of a nation have every right to protest immigrants, migrants, illegal aliens and any other person coming into their country at their expense to steal their livelihoods, space, culture, jobs, educations, tax base, domestic tranquility, peace and security.

    Don't let these globalist thugs get away with this!
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    Too bad the Poles don't have a Confederate battle flag the government can take down, just to hide their despotism under a righteous camouflage of opposing racism like Gov. Nicky Haile did in S. Carolina. Guess the Polish authorities will just have to tough it out with simple obvious abuse of government power.
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    This happens because the European people are too passive (like H.G. Wells "Eloi") to riot like the Muslims. The Arabs had a riot just because someone flushed a Koran down a toilet. So why are there no Polish riots over preserving the ethnic heritage of their country? Europe is sick and dying.

    In 5 years the Arab Muslims that the Europeans are gushing in pity over will be showing their gratitude by rioting about the celebrating of Christian holidays. The dumb ass, guilt stricken, self hating Germans will not be able to celebrate Oktoberfest (beer and pork sausage) and probably offer their blond women to Arab men in reoperations for being so insensitive to Arab "religious" beliefs.

    Remember most Arabs believe that it is OK for a Muslim man to rape an infidel woman because they are all sluts who have it coming to them. It is just wrong to rape a docile Arab, dressed like a mummy, woman.

    It is hard to feel sorry for the European people who passively allow two thousand years of Western culture to be destroyed without any significant opposition. The weakness shown by the European people creates more feelings of disgust than pity. Two thousand years of culture flushed down a filthy toilet. Europeans sicken me.
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    So why don't the Poles have a massive civil disobedience protest. Screw the government. It worked just fine in the Ukraine. It took maybe a week and the government collapsed.

    But I guess I should not be to tough on the Poles, look at the gutless Eloi that sing about "...land of the free and home of the brave...." Considering the government's suppression of our smallest freedoms and how cowardly passive Americans have been about it, why is it US citizens do not gag on those words?
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    Quote Originally Posted by csarbww View Post
    So why don't the Poles have a massive civil disobedience protest. Screw the government. It worked just fine in the Ukraine. It took maybe a week and the government collapsed.

    But I guess I should not be to tough on the Poles, look at the gutless Eloi that sing about "...land of the free and home of the brave...." Considering the government's suppression of our smallest freedoms and how cowardly passive Americans have been about it, why is it US citizens do not gag on those words?
    Americans are a peaceful people. We've always hated confrontation. We've thrived and been satisfied and happy with domestic tranquility. There comes a point though when the collective stomach can't keep it down, the collective mind will no longer accept the poison, and that's when Americans finally get pissed off. Because we are slow to react and slow to fight, we're usually coming into the game in the final set. That has been our history since before we were a nation. It is both our nature and the character of our liberty to pursue happiness and we do that very well. Because that's who we are and want to be.

    But there comes a time, when that is no longer possible, and we have to take a break from who we are and want to be to become something else for awhile to fix things.

    So, what we are rapidly becoming now is 250 MILLION PISSED OFF AMERICANS, ready to throw the bums out, deport illegal aliens, put a moratorium on all new immigration, end this free trade shit, get rid of the vile income tax, end this evil "War on Drugs", and fix our country so we can resume our lives with jobs, money, peace and happiness.

    In other words, we are now the World's Worst Nightmare, because we're taking our country back from these Treasonous MotherFvckers who think a graffiti that says "NO MORE CHINESE" is a "hate crime" and some foul woman in Kentucky violating federal law to pick on gay couples is some kind of hero.

    We are way beyond gagging at this point.
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