Hundreds of ‘Black Vest’ migrant protesters occupied Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on Sunday demanding to speak to Prime Minister Édouard Philippe in a demonstration against deportations and in favor of legal papers for all.

The Swedish government is looking into the possibility of forbidding the use of Norse runes, local media has reported, amid Jewish-Liberal concerns that the ancient symbols have been "misappropriated by neo-Nazi groups".

Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism Anna Krupka was presenting her party’s views when Konrad Berkowicz [Korwin] approached her from behind and placed a Jewish skullcap above her head as she was speaking.

Germany’s satirical party Die Partei is fielding candidates bearing the surnames of key figures in Adolf Hitler’s goverment for European elections, but the stunt has left some Jews and Liberals outraged.

Antisemitic trolling and disinformation is allegedly rising online, and so is harassment of Jews because of their views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, often at the hands of other Jews who disagree, a new study claims.

Two regions in Germany are seriously considering banning the carrying of knives in public places due to a recent outbreak of violent knife attacks.

A new Danish party that wants Islam banned and hundreds of thousands of Muslims deported could win seats in Denmark’s parliament in the upcoming election, an opinion poll showed.

Facebook will still allow users to deny the Holocaust even though it removed prominent Nationalists and anti-Semites from its platform.

The Polish Foreign Ministry on Sunday announced it had canceled the visit of an official Israeli delegation in Warsaw because the Israelis were going to raise the issue of restitution for Jewish property allegedly “stolen” in WW2.

The popular instant messaging system WhatsApp - owned by Facebook - has been revealed as an Israeli spyware platform using malicious code from the Jews-only state’s infamous NSO Group, according to a report in the Financial Times.

Police officers were bombarded with glass bottles and stones after African invaders pretending to be asylum seekers refused to let authorities remove the dead body of a female Nigerian in a Regensburg, Bavaria, invader center over the weekend.

Theresa May has given her strong backing, as has every zionist UK prime minister, to plans for a “Holocaust education” centre on a site next to the Houses of Parliament.

The UK’s regulator for nursing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), has confirmed that the number of nurses from outside Europe registering for the first time to work in Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) has surged by 126 percent in a year as the numbers of white EU medical staff continued to decline in the face of Brexit.

The Hungarian city of Székesfehérvár’s application to be selected as the next European Union’s “Capital of Culture” has rejected because its filmed submission was “propaganda for white Christian Europe” in which “everyone is white, happy and dancing in the streets,” according to an EU official.

Only 742 - or 0.09 percent - of the more than 780,000 Syrians who officially claimed “asylum” in Germany since 2015 have taken up the German government’s offer of a subsidized return to their homeland now that the war there is formally over - and over 76 percent are still on welfare more than four years after invading Germany.

Jews are systematically engaged in the ethnic cleansing of Jerusalem on non-Jews, and have illegally demolished more than 111 buildings to make way for Jewish housing so far this year, according to official figures released in a protest note by the United Nations.

Buses will no longer stop at the Brussels North bus station, located just a few blocks away from the European Parliament, after nonwhite invaders - who have camped out illegally at the site - have caused a scabies, tuberculosis and malaria outbreak.

According to data released by the Gesellschaft für Deutsche Sprache (Society for the German Language), the most popular boy’s name for newborn babies in Berlin is Mohammed.

Police appear to be paying close attention to and even visiting the homes of “false flag” conspiracy theorists who spread “bogus narratives” online about the Christchurch mosque shootings.

Citing threats of violence by Dutch Jews, a local Holocaust museum cancelled an event devoted to raising awareness of the plight of Syrian refugees.


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