Good on the Polish authorities and the father.
For shame on the Swedish, pandering to moslems.
A court in Poland has decided not to extradite Russian Denis Lisov, who fled with his children out of the Scandinavian country, to Sweden.
The decision of the Polish court says that the warrant for the arrest of Lisov, issued by Sweden, violates his civil rights since Lisov was pushed “to a wall, his children were taken away and the impossible conditions for their return were pushed forward.”
In 2017 the Swedish authorities took the children from their father when their mother with schizophrenia was taken to hospital. The guardianship clarified that the man could not cope with the education of their daughters.
The children were placed in a foster family of people from Lebanon.
In March 2019, Lisov took his 12, 6, and 4-year-old daughters, and in April he was detained with them at the airport in Warsaw while on their way to Russia.
According to a psychologist’s opinion, the children are very closely attached to their father and want to live with him.
“They did not feel safe in the foster family, which might have deepened their stress and result in disorders”, said the judge, adding that “the father was unable to watch this and the Swedish authorities’ actions violated the children’s good. The Swedish authorities’ actions glaringly disregarded the sensitivity of children coming from a Russian-European family.”
According to the family’s attorney, the fact that the children were placed in a Muslim family of Lebanese origin despite being raised in the Christian faith was also an important factor in Mr Lisov’s decision to escape Sweden taking them with him.
Now Denis Lisov is awaiting consideration of his application for refugee status in Poland. The children are under his care.
If you’ll recall, yesterday I posted an item where a Youngstown Ohio man did basically the same thing. This is what you get when proggies run things.
A father of a 7-year-old boy in Malmö has been arrested for beating up a burglar who put a gun in the boy’s mouth.
The 45-year-old burglar broke into a flat in Malmö. He was confronted by the family who lives there, whereupon he grabbed one of the children, a 7-year-old. He then allegedly put his gun in the boy’s mouth.
Police spokesman Hans Lippens said Tuesday that initial reports indicate that about 80 cars were set ablaze overnight, chiefly in Sweden’s second largest city, Goteborg, and nearby Trollhattan, an industrial city.
Fires were also reported on a smaller scale in Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city.
No, nothing to do with escalating violence, including grenade attacks, and vandalism.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her family are moving across the pond and relocating to Florida.
The Swedish royal court announced this month that Madeleine, 36, and her husband Chris O’Neill, 44, are heading to the Sunshine State this fall with their three children: Princess Leonore, four, Prince Nicolas, three, and Princess Adrienne, four months.
‘The time and opportunity for the United States is good for the family when the children are still in pre-school age,’ the press release explained.
With its protests and revolutionary public rallies, the Alternative for Sweden (AfS) party is gaining a lot of attention. The new party, founded by Gustav Kasselstrand in March this year, has a hard-line stance on migration and Islam.
Doesn’t Norway have a problem with moslem immigration?
Farmers in Norway’s Aust-Agder region suspect sheep thieves are on the loose after several of the animals disappeared without any natural cause.
The sheep farmers fear the sheep have been shot and then stolen, reports broadcaster NRK.
Farmer Sivert Svane, who has lost three of his flock, told the broadcaster that he had reported the suspected thefts.
“Last Sunday I heard a lot of noise that suggests someone has been in to take the animals. Shots have been heard in the area,” he said.
The fence around Svane’s property was intact but the animals had disappeared, he told NRK.
“We have reported it to the police, and they said they were interested in following developments,” he said.
Svane is not the only farmer to have had sheep vanish.
The Swedes brought this on themselves by their own proggie socialist policies.
A leaked report concludes that the number of lawless areas (commonly referred to as, “no-go zones”) in Sweden now totals 61. That is up from 55 in just one year’s time. This increase includes, not only the total number, but also the geographical size of these areas.
Sweden’s National Police Commissioner, Dan Eliasson, spoke on national television and pleaded for assistance: “Help us, help us!” he said while warning that Swedish police forces no longer can uphold the law and therefore must ask all good powers in the country to support them.
A research expert regarding destabilized countries and 2011 recipient of Sweden’s Order of the Seraphim medal, Johan Patrik Engellau, has been working with organizations like the UN and others that operate in crisis areas. He warns:
“I’m afraid it is the end for the well-organized, decent and egalitarian Sweden we have known so far. Personally, I would not be surprised if a form of civil war occurs. In some places, the civil war has probably already begun.”
Police chief Lars Alversjø says that, “There is lawlessness in parts of Stockholm (Sweden’s capital) now.” He also observed how, “The legal system, which is a pillar in every democratic society, is collapsing in Sweden.” Per Magnus Ranstorp, a researcher into terrorism and radicalization at the Swedish National Defense College, notes: “In the worst areas extremists have taken over. The whole sense of justice and peace are threatened by the fact that the police is breaking down and it’s only getting worse. Sweden is in a disastrous situation.”
After years of car fires in Sweden, the trend has now reached Norway as well. There have been car fires several places in Oslo in recent days; At Torshov, Sagene, Bjølsen and Vestli. And Tuesday night two cars burned at Mortensrud.
This development was more than expected, and only the most naive could not see it coming. The Norwegian capital is the city with the highest number of immigrants from the Middle East, so it is only natural that Gaza-like scenes are played out there first. But of course, it will surely spread to other cities, as it has done in Sweden.
DENMARK has vowed to ignore a controversial order by EU bureaucrats to lift its strict border controls.
The Scandinavian country introduced the hardline measures in a desperate bid to stem the flow of migrants into Europe.
Germany, Austria and Norway, which are also part of the passport-free Schengen zone, also followed suit.
The European Commission has told the four nations to relax the controls, which were imposed in 2015, within six months.
But Denmark’s prime minister today said he would refuse to give into their demands.
Now what was that line that Marcellus spoke to Horatio?
Oh yes: “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”
In 2015, Omar El-Hussein listened to the imam Hajj Saeed, at the Hizb-ut-Tahrir- linked Al-Faruq-mosque in Copenhagen, decry interfaith dialogue as a “malignant” idea and explain that the right way, according to Mohammed, is to wage war on the Jews. The next day, El-Hussein went out and murdered Dan Uzan, the volunteer Jewish guard of the Jewish community, as he was standing in front of the Copenhagen synagogue. El-Hussein had also just murdered Finn Nørgaard, a film director, outside a meeting about freedom of speech.
In December 2016, Denmark introduced a new provision in the penal code aimed at religious preachers. It is known in Denmark as the “imam provision,” as it is, in practice, mainly aimed at imams. According to the provision, speaking approvingly of terror, murder, rape, violence, incest, pedophilia, coercion and polygamy, whether at private or public events, is prohibited and punishable by fine or prison of up to three years. The “imam provision” exists in addition to the general provision in the penal code, according to which it is prohibited and punishable by fine or prison publicly to threaten, insult or demean a group of persons because of their race, skin color, national or ethnic origin, faith or sexual orientation.
However, even if a Danish court should succeed in convicting the imam, Danish politicians appear to miss the critical fact that there is clearly a thirsty audience for sermons like this.
Gee, you think it might have something to do with a vehicle?
The mood on migration in Sweden appears to have shifted dramatically this year, with a majority of people now saying they want the Nordic nation to take in fewer asylum seekers.
The most recent survey, conducted in autumn and winter, found that 52 per cent of respondents said Sweden should slow the migrant flow, with only 26 per cent opposed to the idea.
By contrast, Swedes asked the same question in 2015 were almost evenly split on the issue — 40 per cent said they felt the country should be receiving fewer asylum seekers, whilst 37 per cent wanted to see the influx continue.
The Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) just published in February its yearly threat assessment. It concluded — as did its threat assessment for 2016 — that Norway might experience an Islamic terrorist attack from Islamic State (ISIS) sympathizers acting upon ISIS’s call to carry out independent attacks. The PST explains:
“These calls to action are one reason why we have seen an increase over the last few years in the number of lone terrorist attacks in the West. The likeliest scenario for a terrorist attack in a Western country is an ISIL-/AQ-inspired attack carried out with a simple weapon against a target with little or no protection”.
Police in the Norwegian capital of Oslo said they neutralised an explosive device found in a busy area of downtown Oslo and said they had arrested a suspect.
Norway was put on high alert after neighbouring Sweden suffered a truck attack in the capital that killed four people and injured 15.
Police Chief Vidar Pedersen confirmed that the Oslo device, initially described as “bomb-like,” was an explosive. The police Twitter account said it had been defused or neutralized.
Until Swedish authorities, and authorities all over the West, get serious about wanting to protect their people, attacks like this one will become more and more common.
Right now, authorities seem interested only in pursuing a globalist, internationalist agenda and making sure that no one thinks ill of Islam, as the body count grows ever higher.
A Norwegian court on Tuesday sentenced an Islamist to nine years in prison for recruiting a jihadist candidate who wanted to join the Islamic State (Isis) group.
An Oslo court also found Ubaydullah Hussain, a 31-year-old Norwegian citizen, guilty of pledging allegiance to Isis, financially supporting the group, providing its supporters with equipment and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Recently,two Swede Democrat leaders penned a WSJ op-ed imploring Americans to avoid the mistakes Sweden made :
“For the sake of the American people…we can only hope that the leaders in Washington won’t make the same mistakes that our socialist and liberal politicians did,” they wrote.
Donald Trump is absolutely right, they opined, and America needs to listen.
“Mr. Trump did not exaggerate Sweden’s current problems,” Akesson and Karlsson wrote, according to Fox News. “If anything, he understated them.”