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giovedì 19 ottobre 2017

President of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont says the region will push for independence if repression and lack of dialogue remain. At the same time the regional leader said that the holding back of an independence declaration is still in force....

Catalonia leader threatens to declare independence if Spanish govt suspends autonomy


President of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont says the region will push for independence if repression and lack of dialogue remain. At the same time the regional leader said that the holding back of an independence declaration is still in force.
“If the government continues to impede dialogue and continues with the repression, the Catalonian parliament could proceed, if it is considered opportune, to vote on a formal declaration of independence,” Puigdemont said in his second letter to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Spain immediately reacted to the leader’s statement, published just minutes before the deadline set by Madrid. Earlier, officials had said that if Catalonia still refuses to drop the independence bid, the central government may trigger Article 155 and revoke the region’s broad autonomy.
“The government will continue with the procedures set out in Article 155 of the Constitution to restore the legality of self-rule in Catalonia,”the government said in a statement.
The Spanish government has called a special Cabinet meeting to decide the fate of Catalan autonomy. The Cabinet will convene on Saturday and is expected to vote for returning full control of the region to Madrid.

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U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley has urged the UN Security Council to follow the United States' example and address what she called Iran's "destructive conduct" in the Middle East rather than focusing on the 2015 nuclear deal.....

Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya (left) speaks with U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley (file photo)


U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley has urged the UN Security Council to follow the United States' example and address what she called Iran's "destructive conduct" in the Middle East rather than focusing on the 2015 nuclear deal.
"Judging Iran by the narrow confines of the nuclear deal misses the true nature of the threat," Haley said during a council debate on October 18. "Iran must be judged in totality of its aggressive, destabilizing, and unlawful behavior. To do otherwise would be foolish."
She charged that Iran "has repeatedly thumbed its nose" at council resolutions condemning Tehran's alleged support for terrorism and regional conflicts, including by illegally supplying militia groups in Yemen, Syrian, and Lebanon.
"This must stop," Haley said, citing a list of alleged Iranian violations, including threatening freedom of navigation in the Persian Gulf, cyberattacks, imprisonment of journalists and foreigners, persecuting some religions, and imprisoning gays.
Britain was the only council member to openly support the U.S. call for broader action against Iran on October 18.
Deputy British Ambassador Jonathan Allen said his country shares concern about Iran's ballistic missile program and regional activities and stands ready to act.
Russian Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya defended Iran, however, and said the nuclear deal had helped to "stabilize" the Middle East.
He said he strongly disagreed with an assertion by Haley that "nearly every threat to peace and security in the Middle East is connected to Iran's outlaw behavior."
Iran's Deputy UN ambassador Gholamali Khoshroo said, "We are not going to waste our time on answering the rants of a brute nature" by U.S. officials.
"No country has done more than Iran" to fight against the Islamic State extremist group, he said. "If we had hegemonic ambitions, the nuclear deal would never have been reached."
Based on reporting by AP and dpa

Alyaksandr Korzhych was sent to the Pechy military training base northeast of Minsk just months after the 21-year-old was conscripted into the Belarusian armed forces. Over his four-plus months there this year, he complained of being the target of hazing by senior officers. In particular, he told family and friends, he was being shaken down for money by his superiors......

After complaining about hazing in the Belarusian army, 21-year-old Alyaksandr Korzhych was found hanged, the second such suspicious case in recent months.


Alyaksandr Korzhych was sent to the Pechy military training base northeast of Minsk just months after the 21-year-old was conscripted into the Belarusian armed forces.
Over his four-plus months there this year, he complained of being the target of hazing by senior officers. In particular, he told family and friends, he was being shaken down for money by his superiors.
On October 3, Korzhych was found hanging in the basement of the medical unit at the Pechy base. His feet were bound with a shoestring and a T-shirt cloaked his head.
The Belarus Investigative Committee quickly ruled out criminal intent, judging instead that Korzhych had hanged himself in what it categorized as a suicide.
It was the second time in less than six months that a recruit had been found hanged at an army base in Belarus, sparking a debate about "dedovshchina," the particularly brutal form of hazing inherited from the days of the Soviet Union, and even calls for the resignation of the country's defense minister.
Like the earlier case, family and friends of Korzhych are convinced that foul play was involved.
"The probe's version that it was suicide is simply idiotic. A person isn't going to take his life in that way -- tying up his own legs and putting a T-shirt over his head," says Syarhey, a friend of Korzhych. 
Convinced the military was simply going to sweep the case under the carpet, Svyatlana Korzhych, Alyaksandr's mother, took action, calling President Alyaksandr Lukashenka's spokesperson. 

"She told me that the investigation was ongoing and that all necessary measures were being taken. What kind of measures? They should remove the commander of the unit," Korzhych says. "Why are they allowing such killers into the army? What do they need them for?"
The grave of Alyaksandr Korzhych
The grave of Alyaksandr Korzhych
Coupled with the public outcry, Lukashenka, who has managed to keep a lid on any form of public protest during his two-plus decades of authoritarian rule, was moved to act.

His spokeswoman said the Belarusian strongman was personally overseeing the probe into Korzhych's death.

The Belarus Investigative Committee announced on October 17 that eight soldiers were being investigated in connection with the death, with two detained. They face up to 12 years in prison if found guilty.
One of those being held is Artur Virbal, a lower-ranking officer who was found in possession of a bank debit card belonging to Korzhych.
The Pechy military training base northeast of Minsk
The Pechy military training base northeast of Minsk
His wife is convinced he is innocent, arguing those being targeted by the investigation are being made scapegoats to protect higher-ups.
"You understand perfectly well that they're not going to put away some colonel. [Senior officers] will come out of this clean," says Anastasia Virbal. "I know my husband. He also said his soldiers were his children. He was always proud of them, defending them all the time."
It's not the first suspicious death in the Belarusian army in recent months.
Less than six months ago, on March 31, conscript Artem Bastyuk was found hanging dead. His family said he had suffered verbal abuse and even named some of those allegedly involved in the abuse. 
Bastyuk's family, frustrated that nothing was being done, traveled two months later to Minsk to the Defense Ministry, where officials promised to "take care of the situation." Despite such assurances, the case was closed, with no action taken.
Alyaksandr's mother, Svyatlana Korzhych: "Why are they allowing such killers into the army? What do they need them for?"
Alyaksandr's mother, Svyatlana Korzhych: "Why are they allowing such killers into the army? What do they need them for?"
It was only reopened after Korzhych's death, which whipped up a storm of protest rarely seen in Belarus.
More than 10,000 people signed online petitions calling for the resignation of Defense Minister Andrey Ravkov.
Recruits who had suffered from hazing in the Belarusian army began to speak out about their own experiences.
Military hazing is not an uncommon phenomenon, but "dedovshchina" ("rule of grandfathers" in Russian) -- the brand the Belarusian armed forces inherited from the Soviet Union -- is particularly cruel, driving some into such despair that suicide may appear the only way out.
In Belarus, 37 suicides were registered in the armed forces between 2008 and 2017, according to statistics from the Defense Ministry. In 2017 alone there were four suicides in the Belarusian armed forces, according to media reports.

Analysts and former soldiers who served there say the base at Pechy offers the perfect conditions for hazing to flourish. 

Some 4,500 personnel are employed at the base, according to the Belarusian Military Magazine, the official publication of the Defense Ministry. About 10 percent of Belarus's 48,900 military personnel are located there. Most recruits come for three or four months before moving on to a regular military unit, civilian life, or elsewhere. 

"There are a lot of people there over a huge area; the people come in and out all the time. There's less control and discipline there," a recruit named Andrey told RFE/RL on condition that his full name not be used, out of fear of retribution.
Thirty-year-old Ihor, who served at the Pechy base in 2006 and also requested that only his first name be used, said that in his unit there was little hazing, but cautioned it "depended on the commander of each company."
Ihor said that while his unit was normal, a nearby one was much "tougher." In that unit, according to Ihor, a sergeant poured boiling water on the face of a young recruit. In this case, Ihor recounts, no one was held accountable.
"All of it is quickly covered up," alleges Ihor. "They've got their mafia."
Parents visiting their sons at the Pechy base are not eager to speak to the press about hazing or Korzhych's death.
"The soldiers didn't know the soldier who died, and there's no talk about 'dedovshchina,'" said one parent in an interview with Current Time, the Russian-language network run by RFE/RL in cooperation with Voice of America.
"No, nothing about 'dedovshchina.' No one talks about that," said another.
"You see, they're just afraid to say anything," said another woman whose son is serving at the base, before requesting that she not be shown on camera.
Written by RFE/RL senior correspondent Tony Wesolowsky based on material from RFE/RL's Belarus Service and Current Time TV

Ksenia Sobchak, the Russian socialite, TV personality, opposition activist, and daughter of a former St. Petersburg mayor, said she will run in Russia’s presidential election in March, a challenge to President Vladimir Putin, who is widely expected to stand for reelection. .....

Russian socialite Ksenia Sobchak (file photo)


Ksenia Sobchak, the Russian socialite, TV personality, opposition activist, and daughter of a former St. Petersburg mayor, said she will run in Russia’s presidential election in March, a challenge to President Vladimir Putin, who is widely expected to stand for reelection. 
In a short video posted to her Instagram account and her website October 18, Sobchak said her candidacy would serve as a way to cast a protest vote, a "vote against all," she said -- a reference to a feature that was common on many Russian election ballots until it was outlawed in 2006. 
"There used to be the option of voting against all. It guaranteed that your vote would not be given to anyone. But this option was taken away so that our votes are even easier to steal, so the authorities can remain in power for even longer," she said.
"I am 36 and like any other citizen of Russia, I now have the right to participate in the presidential election. I have decided to exercise that right," she said, appearing in a light-blue, loose-fitting shirt and wearing her trademark glasses. 
"I want to return the chance to vote against all. This is our peaceful, lawful way to say: 'Enough is enough, guys. We're fed up with you. Together we are very strong,' she said. "Whatever they promise, for what they speak out, we are speaking out in opposition. Against them. Against all." 
The decision by Sobchak, whose father was a political mentor to Putin in the 1990s, roils the nascent effort to come up with a viable rival to Putin, who has ruled the country more or less for 17 years and remains widely popular. Before becoming a TV personality and fixture at opposition rallies, Sobchak was a reality TV star and had been dubbed Russia's equivalent to Paris Hilton. 
Putin has given hints that he would stand for a fourth term as president, but has not formally announced a decision.
If Putin does run, he is expected to win easily. 
Some critics voiced suspicion that Sobchak's candidacy may have been backed or even engineered by the Kremlin, which analysts say is eager to bolster turnout and strengthen Putin's mandate in what could be his last presidential term. 
The crusading lawyer Aleksei Navalny has vowed to run in the race, and he has built a formidable base among Russians, particularly younger voters, who have taken to his message of fighting corruption among top government officials. 
However, Russian courts have convicted him of criminal charges that he and his supporters have lambasted as politically motivated. Election officials have said his conviction makes him ineligible to run under Russian law. 
There was no immediate response from Navalny or his Anticorruption Foundation. He is currently serving a 20-day sentence imposed earlier month by a Moscow court that found him guilty of repeatedly violating laws regulating protests and demonstrations. 
Last month, however, Navalny publicly mocked the idea of Sobchak standing for office, saying she would be endorsed by the Kremlin as the liberal rival to Putin. 

"They need a caricature liberal candidate, especially if they don't want to register me. They'll say, 'We won't allow Navalny [to run] because he's a criminal extremist, but look, here is Ksenia Sobchak. She says everything the opposition wants,'" Navalny told his followers on YouTube on September 21.
Russian news agency TASS reported that the leader of Russia's Solidarity opposition movement Ilya Yashin will not support Sobchak's candidacy.
"I don't know what has changed," Yashin told TASS. "Solidarity supported Aleksei Navalny in the election and we haven't revoked support for him." 
The decision is a reversal for Sobchak, who earlier derided leaked reports that said the Kremlin was looking for female candidates as a way to give the March election more legitimacy. 
In an interview broadcast later on October 18 on the TV channel Dozhd, Sobchak expanded on her motivations for running, and also said that she had recently met Putin for an interview for a television show about her father, Anatoly. 
She said when she informed Putin she would be running for president, he “did not look happy.” 
Anatoly Sobchak was mayor of St. Petersburg between 1991 and 1996. He was a mentor to Putin when he worked in the mayor’s office. Sobchak died in 2000.
Just before her appearance on Dozhd, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was asked about whether the Kremlin would consider her a legitimate candidate. 
"Ksenia is a very talented person. She has experience in various spheres, and she is rather well educated," Peskov was quoted by TASS and Interfax as saying. "But if she plans to become a politician, she should start with a clean slate and gain experience, because politics is very different from journalism and show business."
RFE/RL correspondent Tom Balmforth contributed to this report from Moscow. 

Poslanik Demokratskog fronta (DF) Milan Knežević osuđen je na sedam mjeseci zatvora jer je 17. oktobra 2015. fizički nasrnuo na policajca Miljana Markovića ispred Skupštine. Ukoliko ova presuda postane pravosnažna, Knežević više neće moći da bude poslanik u Skupštini Crne Gore.....

Milan Knežević osuđen na sedam mjeseci zatvoraMilan Knezevic


Poslanik Demokratskog fronta (DF) Milan Knežević osuđen je na sedam mjeseci zatvora jer je 17. oktobra 2015. fizički nasrnuo na policajca Miljana Markovića ispred Skupštine.

Ukoliko ova presuda postane pravosnažna, Knežević više neće moći da bude poslanik u Skupštini Crne Gore.

Presudu je odmah nakon završnih riječi izrekao sudija podgoričkog Osnovnog suda Goran Đuković koji je obrazlažući presudu rekao da je Kneževiću otežavajuća okolnost to što je poslanik, a olakšavajuća što nije ranije osuđivan.

Knežević se tereti da je počinio krivično djelo napad na službeno lice u vršenju službene dužnosti, za koje je zaprijećena kazna od šest mjeseci do pet godina zatvora.

Knežević je ranije u odbrani rekao da je ponosan na sve što je uradio tog dana, jer se samo branio od nezakonitog ponašanja policije.

Policajac, međutim, iako je ranije priznao da se smijao dok ga je Knežević gurao, tvrdio je da se osjećao ugroženo tom prilikom. Dodao je tada i da je Knežević nasrnuo na njega, kada je počelo uklanjanje šatora, te da je nastavio i pored upozorenja da to ne radi. 


di  Maja Boričić per "Vijesti.me"

mercoledì 18 ottobre 2017

Un video hot inviato per sbaglio sulla chat di WhatsApp della classe dei figli viene rilanciato e diffuso sul web diventando in poco tempo virale. Un caso che ricorda quello tragico di Tiziana Cantone, la 31enne di Mugnano morta suicida il 13 settembre dopo che alcuni suoi video hot che aveva girato con il cellulare erano diventati virali sui social......


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Un video hot inviato per sbaglio sulla chat di WhatsApp della classe dei figli viene rilanciato e diffuso sul web diventando in poco tempo virale. Un caso che ricorda quello tragico di Tiziana Cantone, la 31enne di Mugnano morta suicida il 13 settembre dopo che alcuni suoi video hot che aveva girato con il cellulare erano diventati virali sui social.

L'errore 'fatale'

Il fatto, raccontato dal quotidiano La Nazione, è accaduto a Viareggio.  Alla base di questa vicenda ci sarebbe proprio il cattivo utilizzo di una tecnologia digitale, quella di WhatsApp. La versione di quanto accaduto, di cui si parla dovunque nella cittadina toscana, recita che una bella donna locale, sposata, fa un video amatoriale 'hot' col telefonino: un ‘Pov’ (point of view, porno girati dallo stesso protagonista con telefonini o mini camere, come si chiamano in gergo) da mandare a un mittente preciso. Il marito, forse. Ma per sbaglio lo condivide con la chat del gruppo di genitori di alunni di una scuola.
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Cosa si vede nel filmato hot

Una sequenza molto spinta, pornografica, lunga una trentina di secondi dove l’avvenente signora pratica autoerotismo nel bagno di un’abitazione. Immagini 'hot' e gemiti devono aver stupito non poco i partecipanti alla chat e qualcuno ha pensato bene di diffondere il filmato che in breve tempo è diventato virale. Dal 12 ottobre, scrive ancora La Nazione, da Torre del Lago a Forte dei Marmi e anche oltre, fino alla zona apuana, tutti erano incollati ai telefonini, incuriositi dal video hard amatoriale. Ed è naturalmente scattata la caccia all’identità della protagonista.

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Accanto alla versione che circola, che ricorda anche molte altre storie meno tragiche di quella di Tiziana Cantone (leggi anche: Da Belen alla sexy prof, 20 anni di scandali), ce n'è un'altra: visto che nel video la signora è difficilmente riconoscibile, potrebbe trattarsi di uno scherzo di un buontempone che ha usato il cellulare della donna per diffondere un filmato amatoriale preso sul web, spacciando una versione che non sarebbe quella vera.

Denuncia contro ignoti

Secondo una ricostruzione riportata dal quotidiano toscano, sia la signora che il marito, travolti dall'eco di una vicenda, si sarebbero rivolti alla polizia per sporgere denuncia contro chi ha divulgato le immagini. Un fascicolo per ora contro ignoti, in attesa che gli inquirenti telematici possano risalire a chi ha condiviso il filmato.
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Con un servizio di oltre venti minuti la trasmissione Le Iene su Italia 1, il 17 ottobre è tornata per la terza volta sul caso della morte di David Rossi e sulla questione dei presunti festini hard sollevata dall'ex sindaco Pierluigi Piccini.......

'Le Iene': Festini sesso e coca a Siena




Con un servizio di oltre venti minuti la trasmissione Le Iene su Italia 1, il 17 ottobre è tornata per la terza volta sul caso della morte di David Rossi e sulla questione dei presunti festini hard sollevata dall'ex sindaco Pierluigi Piccini.

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Nella prima parte del servizio di Antonino Monteleone viene riassunto il caso della morte di David Rossi e vengono ribaditi ancora una volta tutti i dubbi legati all'inchiesta e all'archiviazione: dagli ematomi ritrovati addosso al corpo dell'ex manager del Monte dei Paschi di Siena agli abiti distrutti, passando per le persone non identificate nel video fino ai mancati riscontri sui cellulari e così via.

La parte più interessante è senza dubbio il colloquio telefonico tra Monteleone e il procuratore della Repubblica, Salvatore Vitello. La Iena ribadisce con insistenza che ci sono degli errori materiali nell'ordinanza di archiviazione. E il procuratore, dopo un vivace scambio di vedute, replica testualmente: "...se ci sono stati errori, le persone offese facciano una istanza di riapertura perché ci sono stati degli errori e noi provvederemo".
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E alla fine del servizio è la moglie di David, Antonella Tognazzi a dichiarare che la famiglia sicuramente presenterà istanza nella speranza che il caso venga di nuovo riaperto.
Il lungo servizio delle Iene - visibile cliccando nel link in fondo a questo articolo - dedica ampio spazio alla questione dei presunti festini vip con droga ed escort che si sarebbero tenuti in alcune ville della Toscana - una nella zona del mare e l'altra tra Siena e Arezzo - e a cui avrebbero partecipato alti dirigenti della banca, politici nazionali e personaggi altolocati e forse addirittura magistrati.
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In particolare viene intervistato l'ex politico e azionista Mps Pierpaolo Fiorenzani che parla di "potere godereccio" e ancora: "I festini si sono sempre usati. Servono per legare relazioni e ricattarsi".
Ma nel servizio viene anche intervistata - in questo caso a volto coperto - una ex funzionaria del Comune che non solo conferma l'esistenza dei festini, ma va ben oltre parlando di prostitute di alto bordo, di ex dirigenti della banca coinvolti, di famiglie senesi e tanto altro ancora. Spunta persino un nome, coperto dal bip.


2. DAVID ROSSI/ I FESTINI ESISTEVANO, IL BRACCIO DESTRO DI MUSSARI È MORTO PER QUESTO? (LE IENE SHOW) 
Silvana Palazzo per www.ilsussidiario.net

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Il mistero della morte di David Rossi, il capo della comunicazione di Mps caduto il 6 marzo 2013 da una finestra del palazzo sede della banca a Siena, si accompagna a quello dei festini di sesso e coca. Questa vicenda parallela è stata sollevata dall'ex sindaco di Siena, Pierluigi Piccini, che nella puntata scorsa de Le Iene Show aveva rivelato un retroscena senza sapere di essere registrato. «Un avvocato romano mi ha detto: devi indagare su alcune ville fra l'aretino e il mare e i festini che facevano lì. Perché la magistratura potrebbe anche avere abbuiato tutto perché scoppia una bomba morale», il racconto che ha fatto scalpore.
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L'ex sindaco cita una villa tra Siena e Arezzo e una al mare dove facevano i festini: «Chi ci andava? Ci andavano anche i magistrati senesi ad esempio? Mah. Ci andava qualche personaggio nazionale? Mah». Le sue affermazioni sono state ritenute "pesanti" dalla procura di Siena, che da una parte comprende i dubbi dei familiari sulla morte di David Rossi, considerato il braccio destro dell'ex Presidente MPS e ABI Giuseppe Mussari, dall'altra accusa Le Iene di voler suffragare la propria tesi personale con pesanti accuse ai danni dei magistrati, «additandoli come partecipi di un oscuro disegno criminoso».
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"PER ANNI FESTINI, ANCHE TRA I MAGISTRATI MELE MARCE"
Magistrati e politici nazionali avrebbero partecipato ai festini organizzati nelle due ville toscane, ma tutto questo cosa c'entra con il caso relativo alla morte di David Rossi? Il sospetto dell'ex sindaco di Siena è che le indagini sono state «abbuiate» per evitare che emergesse lo scandalo. «C'è un potere godereccio. I festini ci sono sempre stati per legarsi e stringere relazioni», ha dichiarato Giuseppe Mussari, a Le Iene Show, l'uomo che aveva evocato già la questione dei festini in una assemblea Mps.

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La Iena Antonino Monteleone non molla la presa su una vicenda che presenta più ombre che luci e continua la sua indagine parallela per scoprire altri particolari di questa intricata vicenda. E raccoglie una testimonianza importante, quella di un ex funzionario, che resta anonimo: «Le persone che organizzavano questi festini erano legati a Monte dei Paschi. Uno reclutava le prostitute per far divertire questi soggetti. Partecipavano anche persone di alto livello, anche politico. I festini sono avvenuti per anni, tra Siena e Arezzo. Si viene invitati in modo riservato, è un giro di persone altolocate. Anche tra i magistrati ci sono mele marce».
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A prominent neo-Nazi and National Front organizer has come out as gay and revealed his Jewish heritage. He made the revelations about his violent past while renouncing far-right extremism.....

Neo-Nazi leader quits movement after coming out as gay & revealing he’s Jewish


A prominent neo-Nazi and National Front organizer has come out as gay and revealed his Jewish heritage. He made the revelations about his violent past while renouncing far-right extremism.
Kevin Wilshaw, 58, spent his entire adult life promoting white supremacism and was a high-profile figure in the National Front (NF) in the 1980s. He was still speaking at extremist events as recently as this year and was arrested for spewing race hate online in March.
Speaking to Channel 4 News, he admitted to acts of violence and racism including smashing a chair over someone’s head in Leeds and vandalizing a mosque in Aylesbury. He said he joined “because he didn’t have many friends at school,” and was looking for “comradeship” and to be “a member of a group of people that had an aim.”
“Even though you end up being a group of people that through their own extreme views are cut off from society, you do have a sense of comradeship in that you’re a member of a group that’s being attacked by other people,” he added.
Wilshaw joined the British National Party (BNP) at the age of 18 after a stint with the NF, and also dabbled with violent fringe groups such as the Racial Volunteer Force. According to Hope Not Hate, a charity that “campaigns to counter racism and fascism,” Wilshaw had belonged to the far right since 1974.
Wilshaw said he eventually realized racism was “rubbish” and quit the far-right after receiving abuse from within the movement over his sexuality.
“It’s a terribly selfish thing to say, but it’s true, I saw people being abused, shouted at, spat at in the street – it’s not until it’s directed at you that you suddenly realize what you’re doing is wrong,” he said.
Here's Kevin Wilshaw from Aylesbury getting ready for Hitler's birthday next month... 
He feels “appallingly guilty” over his past and now wants to fight racism, although he said he feared reprisals from the far-right for his “betrayal.”
New figures released on Tuesday revealed a stark rise in Islamophobic hate crimes reported in London in the last year.
A total of 17,042 race or religious-related crimes were reported to police 12 months up to April 2017, compared to 16,762 in the previous financial year.
The sharpest increase was recorded among anti-Islam crime, with offences up by a quarter. Homophobic crimes rose 6 percent and anti-Semitic offences increased 4.5 percent.
The government has also been urged to launch an inquiry into far-right extremism in the armed forces after four soldiers were arrested for being alleged members of a banned neo-Nazi group called National Action.

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Several dozen policemen at a migrant detention center in a Paris suburb have taken sick leave in protest at the opening of a new unit at the facility. Officers say they are incapable of “adequately dealing” with the detainees due to staff shortages....

50 French detention center staff take sick leave to protest new arrivals, working conditions


Several dozen policemen at a migrant detention center in a Paris suburb have taken sick leave in protest at the opening of a new unit at the facility. Officers say they are incapable of “adequately dealing” with the detainees due to staff shortages.
The protest, involving about 50 of the 80 policemen working at the detention center in Vincennes, in the eastern suburbs of Paris, could last until the end of the week, Le Parisien reports. The center accepts foreigners who have been denied the opportunity to stay in France by the authorities.
A new building is set to open at the facility on October 31, and will accommodate 60 people. 
“In the absence of staff, we are already incapable of dealing adequately with the 160 to 170 people who are permanently based at the facility,” an official told the newspaper, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The officers believe that understaffing is likely to affect the functioning of the center. "The detainees are aware of it, so they do what they want. For example, they smoke wherever they want. How can you do anything when there are only two people to manage a whole building?"
Another issue is that the center is in a “shabby state” and is suffering an infestation of rodents, according to the official. The authorities tried to remove the rats at the beginning of the year, apparently without success. “It's not easy to go to work when you know you'll be coming across rats on duty.”
Meanwhile, the state-run Prefecture of Police told Le Parisien that “there was never a question of opening additional units at the administrative detention center of Vincennes without the necessary staff.”
Additional civil servants are expected to be assigned by the end of the year, with authorities saying they “won’t activate” the 60 additional places until more personnel arrive. “Concerning the building conditions, maintenance works are in progress,” they added.
Last week, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said that France has a major role to play in resettling refugees and managing migration flows in Europe. Grandi said the UNHCR is backing France in its efforts to “lead Europe towards a more supportive approach to manage refugees who are at Europe’s external borders.” 
The northern French town of Calais was home to ‘the Jungle’, one of the most notorious refugee camps in Europe, which was evacuated last year. About 5,500 of its residents were sent to various housing facilities across France. In May, some 1,600 migrants were evacuated from a refugee camp on the outskirts of Paris near Porte de la Chapelle.
The refugees were mainly from Africa and Afghanistan, the Paris prefecture said, as cited by AFP. The migrants’ “illicit encampments” posed “significant risks to the safety and health of their occupants and residents,” the prefectures and police of Ile-de-France said in a joint statement. In addition, a rivalry between the Afghan and Sudanese inhabitants of the makeshift camp seemed to be emerging, causing further tensions. One violent row in mid-April led to several casualties. 

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