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    Default Poll: ‘European hatred toward Israel, Jews and Muslims is up’

    Interestingly, while the Zionists mafia has succeeded in creating Islamophobia in Europe by spending millions of dollars each year – ranging from Jewish Flemming Rose’s anti-Islam Danish Cartoons to Zionist Christian Dutch MP Geert Wilder’s anti-Islam movie Fitna, and from Israel’s 9/11 to IRA terrorism supporter Zionist Christian Rep. Peter King’s anti-Muslim hearing - it has failed to curb hatred toward Israel and centuries-old hatred of Jews among the vast majority of White Europeans.

    A recent syrvey conducted among eight European Union (EU) nations by Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, a prestigious Berlin-based think tank, associated with German Opposition Social Democratic Party (SDP), have found that 72.2% of Polish people believe that “Jews try to take advantage of having been victims during the Nazi era”. 68.1% Hungarians and 49.8% German participants agreed with Polish view.

    When asked if “Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians“, 63% Polish agreed with the statement while in Germany 47.7% expressed agreement.

    The study – “Intolerance, Prejudice, Discrimination: A European Report” –questioned roughly 1,000 people in Great Britain, Holland, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Poland and France. Interestingly, all these countries are ruled by Zionist Occupied Governments (ZOGs).

    The results show a little increase in European hatred toward Israel and Jews since 2009 study by the German University of Bielefeld in which 72% of the Polish expressed similar hatred toward Jews.

    A very disturbed President of European Jewish Congress (EJC), Dr. Moshe Kantor, demanded that “the governments of Europe, and the European Union, have to wake up to this before it is too late”.

    The study also highlighted the Europeans’ views of Islam and Muslims (maximem) – 60.8% of Hungarians believe their are “too many Muslims in Hungary” (Ottoman ruled Hungary from 1529-1683 and account for 0.5% of the current total population of 10 million); 60.3% of Polish (with 2% of Muslim population) believe that Muslims are “too demanding” while 62.2% of Polish believe that Islam is religion of intolerance.

    I can understand Polish Islamophobia (bloody wars in 1672-76 between Turkey and Poland) but what turned Polish people against Jews. Here is how the Russian-Israeli writer, Israel Shamir explained it: “ But the connection between the new Crusaders of Mammon and Polish history goes even deeper: On the Eastern lands colonised by Poland of old, the economic power eventually passed over to the Jews, though the Polish magnates commanded troops, kept their luxurious palaces and enforced debt collection. Now this function has been inherited by the Judeo-American Empire, this combination of the Polish Magnate and the Jew magnified by a factor of a million. They ensnare nations into debt servitude via the IMF and the World Bank, extort money, enforce loans, spread drugs and pornography, instead of running a relatively innocent pawnshop and farming taxes. If in the Middle Ages the Polish soldiers enforced the Jewish debt collection, now they enforce the Mammonite agenda in Iraq”.

    It’s immoral and wrong to demand from the victims not to resist the oppressors

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    Poll: Majority of Europeans support ban on Muslim immigration


    A new poll has revealed that a majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries.

    The Chatham House study reports that an average of 55 per cent of people across the 10 European countries surveyed wanted to stop all future immigration from mainly Muslim countries.

    A ban was supported by 71 per cent of people in Poland, 65 per cent in Austria, 53 per cent in Germany and 51 per cent in Italy. In the UK, 47 per cent supported a ban. In no country did more than 32 per cent disagree with a ban.

    The findings suggest that public opposition to any further migration from predominantly Muslim states is by no means confined to Donald Trump’s electorate in the US but is fairly widespread.

    Public opposition to further migration from Muslim states is especially intense in Austria, Poland, Hungary, France and Belgium, despite these countries having very different sized resident Muslim populations. With the exception of Poland, these countries have either been at the centre of the refugee crisis or experienced terrorist attacks in recent years. It is also worth noting that in most of these states the radical right[White Christian Extremists] is, to varying degrees, entrenched as a political force and is looking to mobilise this angst over Islam into the ballot box, either at elections in 2017 or longer term.

    The findings also reveal how, across Europe, opposition to Muslim immigration is especially intense among retired, older age cohorts while those aged below 30 are notably less opposed. There is also a clear education divide – of those with secondary level qualifications, 59% opposed further Muslim immigration; by contrast, less than half of all degree holders supported further migration curbs.

    Of those living in rural, less populated areas, 58% are opposed to further Muslim immigration, whereas among those based in cities and metropolitan areas just over half agree with the ban.

    Opposition is also more prominent among “left behind” voters, with nearly two-thirds of those who feel they don’t have control over their own lives supporting the ban.

    The Chatham House Europe Programme, with Kantar Public, surveyed nationally representative samples of the population aged 18 or over in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK. Fieldwork was carried out online using quota sampling (age, gender and region) between 12 December 2016 and 11 January 2017. The total number of respondents was 10,195.


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    Every fifth European doesn’t want a Muslim neighbor - survey

    Around a fifth of European citizens do not want to live next door to adherents of the Islamic faith, a fresh survey has revealed.

    The research, which was carried out by Germany’s Bertelsmann Stiftung foundation as part of the Religious Monitor 2017 project, saw 10,000 people interviewed in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and the UK, which between them are home to some 14 million Muslims.

    “20 percent of citizens questioned say they do not want to have Muslims as neighbors,” Bertelsmann Stiftung said.

    According to the survey, the level of concern over Islam is the highest in Austria (28 percent) and lowest in France (14 percent).

    According to Muslimpress, the same survey revealed that around 31 percent of people in the five countries didn’t want to live near refugees in general, regardless of their religion.

    Bertelsmann Stiftung also addressed discrimination against Muslims in the European labor market in its paper.

    “Everywhere, except in the UK” highly religious Muslims have more difficulty finding a job in accordance with their qualification than less devoted Islam followers, according to the foundation’s findings.

    Muslims were also being paid less, especially in Germany, as they usually occupy low-wage positions, it added.

    “So far, no country in western Europe has found a convincing strategy that addresses both equal opportunity as well as respect for religious diversity,” Yasemin El-Menouar, Islam expert at Bertelsmann Stiftung, said.

    At the same time, other data gathered by Religious Monitor 2017 suggested that Muslims are well-integrated into mainstream society in Europe.

    Second- and third-generation Muslims living in Europe have much better knowledge of the local language, better levels of education and better jobs, compared with those who are recent arrivals to the EU.

    The children of most immigrants are learning the tongue of their country of residence as their first language, Bertelsmann Stiftung said.

    Over 90 percent of immigrant kids have French as their primary language in France, with 80 percent of Muslims born in Britain learning English as children.

    “Seventy-five percent of Muslims regularly spend their free time with non-Muslims,” the research said.

    According to Bertelsmann Stiftung, around 94 percent of Muslims, interviewed by the foundation, said that they felt connected with their European country they live in.



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