EU Study Finds Brexit Will Cost Germany Extra €3.8 Billion Annually A new study conducted by the European Union, and published by the Funke Mediengruppe, finds that Britain’s withdrawal from the EU will cost Germany . . .
Emigration of Cheap EU Workers Caused Wages to Rise for Native Britons Net migration into the United Kingdom has been falling steadily since the nation voted to leave the European Union in 2016—the infamous Brexit . . .
New Study Shows Looks at All Rape in Sweden Between 2012 & 2017, Finds: Migrants commit two-thirds of all rape in Sweden. Men of immigrant backgrounds commit 84 percent of all rape in Sweden. 95.6 . . .
UK’s Social Mobility Commission Report Finds Just 1 in 5 British Muslims Work Full Time Jobs A new study conducted by Sheffield Hallam University on behalf of the United Kingdom’s Social Mobility Commission found that Britain’s . . .
Austrian Minister Wolfgang Sobotka: 90 Percent of Migrants on Welfare According to Austria’s largest newspaper, Kronen Zeitung, some 90 percent of asylum seekers (economic migrants) who entered Europe between 2014 and 2017 are on welfare—that . . .
Migrant Crime in Germany Increased by 52.7% In 2016 According to Germany’s Interior Ministry, and reported by the Telegraph, the number of crimes committed by migrants in Germany increased by 52.7 percent last year. In . . .
Up to 35,000 Islamic Fanatics Live in Britain—the Most in Europe As reported by the Telegraph: according to Gilles de Kerchove, the European Union’s anti-terrorism chief, Britain is home to some “35,000 Islamic fanatics”—more than . . .
New Study Shows 70 Percent of Germans No Longer See Mediterranean Migrants as Refugees, Want to Deport Economic Migrants A new study from the research institute Civey shows that 69.8% of Germans believe that those . . .
New Research Published in the European Journal of Social Psychology Shows Intersectionality Results In Tribal Conflict, Reduces Social Cohesion A recent paper by the European Journal of Social Psychology argues that collective victimhood (intersectionality) fosters . . .
In an unexpected twist, France gears up to tackle its self-induced migrant problem. Last week, France announced its new “action plan” to systemically deport all illegal economic migrants. Additionally, the government vowed to reduce the . . .