What’s it gonna be? This:
It took a while, but the pressure is building up:
‘We need to do everything to stop Switzerland from being Europe’s most attractive country with regard to asylum’, —
the KKJPD president also mentioned the ‘Arab spring’:
Many young maghrebis would come to Switzerland without any asylum grounds, moreover crime would be growing. ‘They must no longer receive anything from Switzerland, we need to get rid of them as soon as possible.’
For Hans-JÃ¼rg KÃ¤ser, PrÃ¤sident der Konferenz der kantonalen Justiz- und Polizeidirektoren (KKJPD), the rise in asylum demands is no longer manageable. As a countermeasure, the FDP [party in the middle of the spectrum] member of the Bern government proposes a strict application of the laws on asylum and foreigners.
Yes indeed, they should not receive anything from us.Â ‘They must no longer receive anything from Switzerland, we need to get rid of them as soon as possible.’
Took a while, but its happening.
Vlad Tepes: Â …and when you think most Muslims came to the west as refugees from Muslim countries, or even if they were mere migrants and not refugees, you still would expect a modicum of respect, and yes, even gratitude. What you get is riots if they don’t like the food in the refugee camps and this.
The training is said to includeÂ Headscarf training, forced marriage, halal slaughter Â (GoV)
(the caliphate is just around the corner)
and a muselmaniac in Sweden who cut off his wife’s lips and eat them turns out to beÂ Â an Iranian ‘professor…
Also inÂ Switzerland: Â “Dangerous vigilante justice”
Swiss citizens have at times shown less interest than many Europeans in PC celebrations of diversity, as demonstrated by theirvoting against minaret construction (pictured below) and for deporting criminal aliens.
The latest is a neighborhood watch strategy moved to the next level by active observation of foreign criminals particularly asylum seekers, who are responsible for worsened crime. For example, as the video below notes, the level of crime in Geneva has increased by nearly a third, with most committed by auslanders.
When authorities cannot or will not protect public safety, then citizens often step into the breach. One example was the Minuteman movement to keep watch on America’s open border. For their efforts, the Minutemen were called vigilantes, as if that were a bad thing. In fact, vigilantes have filled a need in many cases, such as in San Francisco where theÂ word originated in the lawless 1850s with the Vigilance Committees.
Swiss citizens who are taking action to protect public safety today have the same problem with authorities who aren’t doing the job but condemn those who are trying to help with simple observation and photography.
The article following is translated from the original French,Â Garde civique pour surveiller les requÃ©rants.
‘We demonstrate our presence’ / Vigilante group watching asylum seekers, translated on Vladtepesblog.com
In two St Gallen [swiss canton] townships, a group of annoyed citizens follows every step asylum seekers take. Now the authorities react.
‘Sexual harassment, vandalism, noise and drug dealing are almost a daily routine’, laments Hans Thoma about asylum seekers of the Landegg asylum centre at Eggersriet SG [St Gallen] in ‘Reporter’, SF [swiss state tv] programme. That is why he has formed a kind of vigilante group, together with a neighbouring village. ‘We demonstrate our presence, we document through photos the asylum seekers’ incorrect behaviour, and we report it to police’, according to Thoma.
Now, the canton has reacted: On monday, JÃ¼rg Wernli, director of the Appenzell-Ausserrhoden [canton next to St Gallen, both with interlaced borders] Interior and Cultural Department, announced first measures â€“ more positions at the asylum centre, additional busses for asylum seekers and security services at train stations. These and more measures are to be implemented, in the interest of the neighbours of the asylum centre â€“ despite the ‘palpable additional costs for the canton’, according to Wernli. Thoma considers this a ‘success of our engagement’.
However, Stella Jegher at Amnesty International warns: ‘Such action like the one shown by the Thoma group could tilt towards discrimination, even racism, if this leads to a kind of prejudgement of certain groups.’
“Dangerous vigilante justice”
Members of the ‘Informationsrunde Wienacht-Tobel/Schwendi bei [near] Heiden’ follow asylum seekers living in Wienacht AR [Appenzell-Ausserrhoden canton] (see text). This is not the only kind of a vigilante group in Switzerland: According to the ‘ZÃ¼rcher OberlÃ¤nder’ [paper], in the Zurich Oberland a patrol service intervenes against burglars. In Geneva, inhabitants chased tricky conmen, of which violent conflicts resulted. That is why Beat Flach, jurist and national GLP [Green-Liberal Party] MoP warns of vigilante justice: ‘Simply ‘demonstrating presence’ is at the legal borderline, the danger for escalation is great.’