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German television station ZDF spoke to a German couple who had made the move to Hungary. Valentin and Jennifer Duräder, a couple in their 20s, explained that they were afraid to raise their then unborn child in a post-migrant crisis Germany. More and more French are seeking to escape to what they see as the safety of Budapest according to a new documentary called Hungary: the Promised Land that was broadcast on French television this week, France Info reports.
In other words, Muslim migrants have now made migrants out of peaceful Europeans who were once safe in their own homes. Democracy is the best system for human rights and the rule of law, but thanks to globalists such as Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, some of their own citizens are fleeing to live under the jurisdiction of responsible leadership in order to feel safe.
German television station ZDF spoke to a German couple who had made the move to Hungary. Valentin and Jennifer Duräder, a couple in their 20s, explained that they were afraid to raise their then unborn child in a post-migrant crisis Germany.
Another young woman said “she moved after being assaulted and robbed on three separate occasions in her previous neighbourhood.” Even community building local fairs can no longer be taken for granted. Muslim migrants terrorized a small town fair, sexually harassing women, fighting locals and threatening ride owners.
“French Flee To Hungary To Escape Effects of Mass Migration,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, October 20, 2018:
French citizens are now joining Germans and others seeking a new life in the Hungarian capital of Budapest in order to escape the negative effects of uncontrolled mass migration.
More and more French are seeking to escape to what they see as the safety of Budapest according to a new documentary called Hungary: the Promised Land that was broadcast on French television this week, France Info reports.
The 20-minute documentary examined the lives of several French citizens who now call Budapest home including a young woman named Elsa who came to the city two years ago after living in the notorious, heavily migrant-populated suburbs of Paris.
The young woman claimed that she moved after being assaulted and robbed on three separate occasions in her previous neighbourhood. “I think that when you are master of your country, fundamentally, in an era of globalization, the immigration factor comes into play,” she said.
Elsa isn’t alone in seeking refuge from mass migration in Hungary as other western Europeans have flocked to Budapest and other Hungarian cities. In 2016 German media spoke to a Hungarian real estate agent who noted a sudden upturn in interest from “disaffected” Germans.
Months later, German television station ZDF spoke to a German couple who had made the move to Hungary. Valentin and Jennifer Duräder, a couple in their 20s, explained that they were afraid to raise their then unborn child in a post-migrant crisis Germany….
HAMILTON, NY – Colgate University has suspended its men’s swimming and diving team for the fall season due to “hazing and high-risk alcohol consumption,” officials announced.
The team is suspended from all all fall competition and its winter training trip, according to a statement by the university.
After an investigation by the university’s athletics department and dean’s office, the university found the team engaged in hazing that included high-risk alcohol consumption.
Hazing can include humiliating or dangerous initiation rituals imposed on college students who want to be fraternity or sorority members.
“We regret the need to make this decision but also want to communicate clearly and unequivocally that hazing and high-risk drinking have no place in Colgate’s Division I athletics program or at Colgate University,” said Colgate Vice President and Director of Athletics Nicki Moore.
Hazing is prohibited by Colgate University policy and state law.
Members of the team also must undergo mandatory education regarding hazing.
In September 2017, Colgate’s men’s rowing team also was suspended for a season due to hazing.
In Pennsylvania, an anti-hazing bill named for 19-year-old Penn State student Timothy Piazza is expected to be signed today, according to Fox 2 TV. . Piazza died last year in a fraternity ritual that involved excessive drinking.
Six men face hazing charges in Piazza’s death.
Macedonia’s parliament has approved a proposal to change the country’s name, a move that could pave the way for it to join NATO and the European Union.
Eighty members of parliament in the 120-seat body voted in favor of the measure Friday to rename the country North Macedonia, just surpassing the two-thirds supermajority needed to enact constitutional changes.
Parliament was forced to address the issue after a September referendum on the matter failed to achieve the turnout threshold of 50 percent.
According to election officials, only about a third of eligible voters cast ballots in the September referendum. However, they said more than 90 percent of those voting cast ballots in favor of changing the country’s name to North Macedonia. Conservatives in Macedonia strongly oppose the name change and boycotted the referendum.
Macedonians are being asked to change the name of their country to end a decades-old dispute with neighboring Greece and pave the way for the country’s admission into NATO and the EU.
Athens has argued that the name “Macedonia” belongs exclusively to its northern province of Macedonia and that using the name implies Skopje’s intentions to claim the Greek province.
The two countries agreed on the name change in June.
Greece has for years pressured Skopje into renouncing the country’s name, forcing it to use the more formal moniker Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in the United Nations. Greece has consistently blocked its smaller neighbor from gaining membership in NATO and the EU as long it retained its name.
The process for Macedonia’s parliament to fully change the country’s name is lengthy and will require several more rounds of voting.