Rome, Italy: Casa Pound Protests Opening Of Refugee Center

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Rome, March 23rd.

Casa Pound led a protest of Roman citizens in front of the proposed site for a “refugee” center in the Monte Arsiccio neighborhood, near a school.

“There will be no shelter in via Monte Arsiccio. Our victory is the victory of all Roman citizens who have chosen CasaPound! “- said Andrea Antonini, addressing the crowd.

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The days’ event was organized by the Committee of Monte Arsiccio in conjunction with Casa Pound, after the owner of the building to be used as a refugee center said that he did not support the government’s decision to allocate the building for the accommodation of immigrants and alleged refugees.

The protest drew a large, supportive crowd from the local community.

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The event was a huge success, with no arrests or counter protest taking place.

http://www.casapounditalia.org/2017/03/roma-casapound-impedisce-apertura.html

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Sweden: Three Patriots Arrested on Bombing Charges

Reposted if full from http://www.newobserveronline.com/sweden-three-patriots-arrested-bombing-charges/

Three Swedish patriots linked by police to the Nordic Resistance Movement have been arrested in connection with bombings in the city of Gothenburg aimed at a communist bookshop, a Swedish Migration Service invader center, and a reception camp for new invader arrivals.

The Göteborgs-Posten newspaper quoted Mats Ljungqvist, a prosecutor at the police’s National Security Unit, as saying that the first bomb exploded outside the “syndicalist forum’s café” in central Gothenburg in November last year.

Then, in early January, a bomb exploded at a Swedish Migration Service invader center in in Västra Frölunda , and the third bomb was found on January 25 behind a caravan on the Lilleby campground, which is used as an “initial reception center” for the invaders. The third device did not explode.

The three arrested persons have not yet been identified, but according to their lawyers, all deny the charges.

The first arrest was made in January 20, police said, and the man is apparently being investigated in connection with the first two blasts.

Another one of the three was detained after investigations following the discovery of the bomb in Lilleby.

The third arrest followed shortly, and police claim that he is a suspect in all three attacks.

Ljungqvist said that it was his office’s opinion that all three of those arrested “are or have been members of the Nordic Resistance Movement.”

All three have already appeared in court and have denied all charges. The court however ordered that they remain in detention and be charged with the offenses.

One of the men’s lawyers, Thomas Håkansson, was quoted as saying that it was his opinion that there was not enough evidence for an arrest, never mind continued detention, and that he would be seeking redress as soon as possible.

According to Ljungqvist, all three bombs were similar in their construction. The blast in Västra Frölunda caused the most damage, and a subcontractor to the Swedish Migration Board was injured in the legs when the bomb went off.

“In general, I can say that the three bombs were placed in a way that was meant to be extremely serious,” Ljungqvist said.

“In the first case, I note that it was pure luck that no one was seriously injured or killed. But I can say that a person was very seriously injured in connection with the second bomb.”

Soave, Italy: “Italy Is For Italians!” Angry Villagers Take To The Streets Against Invader Hordes

About 700 people, armed with banners and flags, marched in Soave, Italy, against the influx of foreigners into the area. More than 100 invaders are set to be housed in the town.

Small towns like Soave have largely avoided the migrants so far but are now having foreigners from Africa & the Middle East shoved down their throats.

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The demonstration saw hundreds organized by the regional nationalist party Lega Nord marching under torchlight in the town, home to 7,000 people in the province of Verona.Protesters were seen carrying banners emblazoned “Verona for Veronese” and reportedly chanting “Italy for Italians”.

The latest show of opposition comes after  after a man was shot in the head as a deadly turf war broke out with African crime gangs in Palermo earlier this year.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/733159/italian-villagers-protest-against-housing-migrants

 

 

Chios, Greece: Nationalists Storm Refugee Camp, Set It On Fire

Fireworks exploded around the grounds of the Souda refugee camp near Chios, Wednesday, as refugees faced off against far-right groups who had converged at the site. The altercation ended with parts of the camp reportedly being set on fire, the hospitalization of at least four refugees, and the arrest of some 50 people, including two camp volunteers.

 

Sweden: New Attacks on Invader Centers

Reposted from http://newobserveronline.com/sweden-new-wave-attacks-invader-centers/

An invader center in the Sigtuna suburb of northern Stockholm Sweden, was burned to the ground on Friday last week, in the second such attack within a week, Swedish news wire service TT has reported.

The attack follows an identical blaze which destroyed an invader center in Fagersjö, southern Stockholm, shortly before 1:30 a.m. the previous Sunday.

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A police patrol discovered the fire at the invader center and alerted staff who evacuated the 40 invaders living there.

“It was one of our patrol who was passing by and saw that the facade of the building was on fire,” Carina Andersson, from the Stockholm Police, told the newswire.

A fire then broke out, he said, adding police had opened an investigation. “Things do not just catch fire outside (a house) for no reason.”

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Police are investigating the crime as a serious arson attack, but so far have no suspects.

The invader center is for nonwhites who have already been granted permission to stay in Sweden. It houses 37 residents in two blocks of 13 housing units.

In the latest incident, nine invaders were evacuated from the building, which was utterly destroyed.

“Everyone got out of the building. There were nine residents and two staff members who got themselves out,” Johan Winsnes from the Stockholm emergency services center told TT newswire.

Around 20 firefighters tackled the blaze, but the building could not be saved.