Poland has had enough of the European Union push to absorb more immigrants from Syria and other countries including those in Africa, Afghanistan and the Middle East. Poland cannot accept migrants relocated under a European Union quota system after the attacks in Paris without security guarantees, its incoming European affairs minister said on Saturday, in a sign that the attacks may seriously undermine EU refugee policy.
From a November 8th very prescient post:
The salute which defined the Hitler era is about to return, but in reverse. Germans are demanding the resignation of Angela Merkel.
The anti-mass migration Alternativ für Deutschland (AfD) party held a rally in the German capital Berlin this afternoon, demanding the resignation of Chancellor Angela Merkel and calling for the country to adopt a strong policy on immigration.
The AfD has seen its popularity surge as Germany struggles to deal with the huge influx of migrants, and is currently campaigning in local elections in the Saxony-Anhalt region that will be seen as an indicator of public sentiment on the issue.
German paper Handelsblatt estimates that 5,000 people joined the rally this afternoon, calling for the immediate closure of Germany’s borders and introduction of Visa requirements from migrants from the Balkan states, including Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro.
From Fox News:
ARRESTS TIED TO PARIS ATTACK
Belgium authorities conduct raid after tracing license plate of mystery car seen near concert hall to apartment
AUTHORITIES IN BELGIUM CONDUCT RAIDS in Brussels and make several arrests in connection with yesterday’s bloody terror assaults in Paris that killed at least 129. An official says the arrests came after a mysterious car with a Belgian license plate was spotted outside the Bataclan concert hall before the attack. Reports of the arrests came as France and other countries increase security measures and vow to take new measures to confront ISIS.
News from Turkey:
Turkish soldiers killed four suspected Islamic State militants Saturday and authorities detained 11 people demonstrators a day before leaders of the G-20 group of economic powerhouses meet for a summit overshadowed by the slaughter in Paris.
The Anadolu Agency said two cars believed to be carrying IS militants approached an armored military vehicle, ignored warnings to stop and opened fire on the soldiers. The soldiers responded, killing four militants inside one of the cars; the second car escaped, Anadolu said.