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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 7:27 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

The hunt for Reds in October
October 21, 2014
Is this first picture of crippled Russian submarine hiding off the coast of Stockholm?  Swedes close waters and airspace off Stockholm as they widen hunt for mystery vessel.  Swedish military make three sighting of activity in their waters and release a picture of a partially submerged object on Sunday.
A Russian submarine ran into difficulties on secret mission.
Concerns that Russian lives could be lost if help isn't sought.
The military made 3 sightings of foreign undersea activity during a 4 day hunt.
The public was warned to keep a safe distance of at least six miles from the search operation – despite Moscow’s denials that any of its forces were involved.
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Sweden ready to force Russian sub to surface
October 22, 2014  
-   Swedish Armed forces are ready to use force if they detect any foreign submarine in the Stockholm waters, to force it up to the surface - with armed force, if necessary.
Sweden PM Stefan Lofven said Sweden must revise its military capabilities in light of Russia’s increasing military activity in the Baltic Region.  Swedish defense has to improve its capacity.  We do not regard the increase of Russian military as immediate threat to Sweden but we follow what happens in the region. More activities in the Baltic Sea, in the region, so of course we also need to look over and to see what capacity we do need.

Russian bases to span entire Arctic border
October 22, 2014
-  Russia will have military control of the entire Arctic coastal zone by the end of 2014.  Russia military to deploy most of our units from Murmansk to Chukotka.
Airfields, logistics facilities, water intakes, power stations will have to be built from scratch.  2 armed nuclear submarines will form the spine of the refurbished fleet, and a third one has just completed trials.  8 vessels are expected to be built by 2020.

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Caliphate In Europe
Sweden Cedes Control Of Muslim Areas
8 Nov 2014
The perils of multiculturalism and open borders have reached critical mass in Sweden. There are Muslim enclaves where postal, fire and other essential services — even police officers themselves —require police protection.

A police report released last month identifies 55 of these "no-go zones" in Sweden. These zones are similar to others that have popped up in Europe in recent years. They formed as large Muslim populations emigrating to politically correct and tolerant European states refuse to assimilate and set up virtual states within a state where the authorities fear to tread.

Soeren Kern of the Hudson Institute has documented the proliferation of these zones. They are de facto Muslim micro-states under Shariah law that reject Western values, society and legal systems. In these districts non-Muslims are expected to conform to the dictates of fundamentalist Islam or face violent consequences.

"A more precise name for these zones," says Middle Eastern expert Daniel Pipes, "would be Dar al-Islam — the House of Islam or the place where Islam rules."

Muslim immigration to Sweden has been fostered by an open-border asylum policy. In the 1990s, the country welcomed 100,000 refugees fleeing the conflict in the Balkans.

Sweden has also been a haven for refugees from Iraq, and a recent estimate put the number of Iraqi refugees living there at 125,000. Since September 2012, asylum-seekers from the Arab world are emigrating to Sweden at the rate of some 1,250 per week, writes Kern.

According to a report in the Daily Caller, Swedish police officers in May pursued a suspect into one of these zones in the southern city of Landskrona. Their car was rammed, the officers forced out. They were quickly surrounded by roughly 50 "thugs" and called for backup while holding back the threatening mob with drawn weapons.

Other officers who responded were forced to stop a half mile away, just outside the zone. The police commander didn't press the issue fearing an escalation. Only with the help of a few residents whom the cornered police knew were the officers allowed to exit the restricted area.

Swedish police have not seriously tried to contest the zones since the 2013 Stockholm ghetto riots in which hundreds of cars and buildings were burned. The police report that there are now vehicle checkpoints operated by Muslim gangs on the borders of these zones. Instead of confrontation, Swedish authorities occasionally send special "dialogue officers" in a sort of Muslim outreach program.
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NTEB News Desk | January 8, 2015 | 18 Comments

“Curiosity is one of the biggest drivers for us humans. I come from a maker hacker culture and I just want to see what I can do with this.”

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:16,17

The bible clearly teaches that, after the Rapture, a time of great Tribulation will come upon the whole world. There will rise the Antichrist, who will force everyone to receive his mark, the mark of the beast. What is happening now in Sweden in is not that mark, but mental conditioning to receive the mark when it comes.

By day there were tech entrepreneurs, students, web designers and IT consultants – but that night they were going to be transformed into cyborgs. It may sound like the beginning of a science-fiction novel, but in fact it is a recollection of real events, by bio-hacker Hannes Sjoblad.

He organised the so-called implant party, which took place in late November and was one of several he has arranged. At it, eight volunteers were implanted with a small RFID (radio frequency identification) chip under the skin in their hand. Mr Sjoblad also has one.

He is starting small, aiming to get 100 volunteers signed up in the coming few months, with 50 people already implanted. But his vision is much bigger.

“Then will be a 1,000, then 10,000. I am convinced that this technology is here to stay and we will think it nothing strange to have an implant in their hand.”

“Some people are horrified by this. They see it as completely crazy and have a deep unease about where technology is taking us and we have to be sensitive to people’s feelings. source
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Nordic countries point the way to cashless societies

STOCKHOLM/OSLO: Nordic countries are leading a shift by rich nations towards cashless societies, providing a test case for whether the lower cost and convenience of using cards and smartphones for payments outweigh the risks of fraud and some people being left behind.

Helped by wide use of computers even among the elderly, broad trust in the state and big business and only small black economies, people in Sweden and neighbouring countries are fast embracing cards, the Internet and apps for financial transactions, and forsaking notes and coins.

“We are headed more and more for a cashless society,” said Jan Digranes, a director at Finance Norway, which represents banks and other financial institutions.

Sweden, home of music streaming firm Spotify and the Candy Crush mobile phone game, ranks top in the European Union for card payments, with 230 transactions per inhabitant in 2012, just above Denmark and Finland and well ahead of Britain on 167, Germany 39 and Italy 28, according to the European Central Bank.

Non-EU members Norway and Iceland are also among top users of cards worldwide, their central banks say.

For banks and businesses, the big benefit is lower costs.

A report by the Norwegian central bank last month said the total cost of each cash transaction — including handling notes and coins in banks — was estimated at 7.1 crowns ($0.92) against only 4.1 crowns per card transaction.

For consumers, abandoning cash is often about convenience, though some are worried the poor, elderly and disabled can lack access to technology and credit, or just prefer notes and coins.

Swedes often make the smallest purchases, such as for chewing gum, with a credit card and can use the Swedish banks’ jointly-developed smartphone app Swish to repay a small debt to a friend. Another app allow drinkers to buy beers in a bar without queuing.

In the Stockholm subway, it is impossible to buy a ticket with cash, while some unemployed people selling street magazines now also accept electronic payments.

Mike Shabwan, selling flowers on a Stockholm square, said sales had risen by 10 percent since he started use the Swedish service iZettle in his smartphone to accept card payments. “And it is also cheaper and easier for me because the money comes directly into the bank,” he said.

In Denmark, “MobilePay” — an app launched by Danske Bank to allow payments via a smartphone — was judged by public radio as the best new word of the year for 2014. It now has 1.8 million users in a nation of 5.6 million people.

But Jarl Dahlfors, chief executive of cash handling firm Loomis, says the cashless trend may have gone too far for “unbanked people” such as many elderly.

And “do we really want everything we buy to be registered?” he asked, touching on the loss of privacy involved in switching from cash purchases to card and online payments.

Then there are the risks of electronic fraud.

According to Swedish Justice Ministry data, electronic fraud has doubled in the country in the past decade to about 140,000 cases in 2013. The boom is partly because a successful Internet-based computer scam can quickly generate thousands of cases.

To limit risks with MobilePay, Danske Bank advises clients to keep their phones locked when not in use and guard them as they would a credit card or cash.

In Norway, Mastercard is experimenting with a fingerprint identification system developed by Norway’s Zwipe, embedded into credit cards, hoping to make them more secure.

Anna Eriksson, spokeswoman of the Swedish Association of Senior Citizens, said elderly people need guarantees that cash can be used freely everywhere.

“Maybe we need incentives for older people to get an iPad to learn what’s positive about paying bills through a computer,” she said.

Still, there are silver linings, even in the rise of electronic fraud. Bank robberies — which can involve violence — fell in Sweden to a record low of five in 2012 from 16 the year before.

The Swedish central bank is far from phasing out cash; it will launch new notes and coins this year.

But it predicts the amount of cash in Sweden will fall by between 20 and 50 percent by 2020 compared with 2012.

And as the first generation of Internet users grows older, it seems likely that attachments to notes and coins will fade.

“It is an ongoing evolution,” said Peter Fredell, CEO of Swedish Seamless, which developed the payment app Seqr that handles around 3 billion transactions in stores, restaurants and e-trade annually.
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Sweden Palestinian embassy
February 11, 2015
-  Sweden has cursed itself per Genesis 12:3
Swedish, Palestinian forge deeper ties with more aid, embassy
During Abbas visit, Swedish prime minister says embassy will immediately open in Stockholm, months after Sweden became first western EU country to recognize Palestine as state; Abbas vouches to work for peace with Israel.

The Palestinians will open an embassy in Stockholm Tuesday night, cementing closer ties just months after Sweden became the first western European Union country to recognize Palestine as a state.
Visiting Sweden for the first time since recognition in October, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on other countries to follow Sweden's lead.

Palestinians DO NOT WANT peace with Israel, they want NO Israel
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Swedish central bank cuts key rate
March 18, 2015 -  Riksbank
, Sweden's central bank took its key interest rate further into negative territory, a move aimed at supporting a return to inflation.  Riksbank was buying government bonds to prevent an appreciating krona from hindering an uptick in inflation.  Inflation has been close to zero in Sweden.

Sweden is a member of the European Union but not of the eurozone and so retains control of monetary policy and interest rates via its central bank.  This leads to a spiral of ever weaker demand, slowing the economy and pushing up unemployment.
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SWEDEN restaurant shooting
March 19, 2015
-  Several people were killed in a restaurant shooting in Gothenburg Sweden in a gang-related shooting.  Police claim 'not terror-related.'  Automatic weapons were used.  No arrests

Gunmen storm Swedish bar
2 killed and eight others injured after two gunmen reportedly armed with Kalashnikov rifles stormed a bar in Gothenburg, Sweden, shooting people at random as they were watching a football match.
Eight people injured during the assault were taken to a local hospital, Sweden's SVT Reports. At least two people have reportedly died and police fear the death toll could rise.

Sweden was the safeist country in the world until they allowed Muslim immigration.
Gothenburg has a large immigrant population
and high unemployment.

Sweden has gone so left, so nazi, and is being so secretive.
Gangs blamed - what, as in Sunni vs Shia Islam? Muslims vs nons?
No clues, no names
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Sweden moves towards closer ties with NATO
April 12, 2015  -  Moves by Finland and Sweden toward closer ties with NATO were of concern to Russia.  Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland
said Northern Europe must prepare for possible crises or incidents because of Russia.  Finland, which borders Russia, and Sweden are not members of NATO, the joint declaration has been among their strongest responses to Russia's aggression.

Sweden - Israel no Longer US Chained Dog
April 20, 2015
-  Former Swedish prime minister and foreign minister Carl Bildt said Iran Ayatollah Khamanei is incorrect to describe Israel as a “US chained dog” as things have now changed.
khamenei has obviously missed key developments, and needs a reality check.
Bildt has been a vocal critic of Israel and Netanyahu for years.

Sweden has bowed to Islam-nazism, as has the entire world.
Remember - Hitler got Persia to change the nation name to Aryan - IRAN

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