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Luciferians Pray For Manchester

By The European Union Times Pop stars run to social media claiming they’re praying for victims of the recent terror attack. The bombing in Manchester saw the usual outpouring of thoughts and prayers from celebrities. Notably, Ariana Grande herself, well known for her I hate America faux-pas a couple of years ago. Regardless, her thoughts…

Germany Spent €20 Billion on Invasion in 2016

By The European Union Times The German government in 2016 provided €9.3 billion euros ($10.4 billion) to its sixteen states for assisting nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees and a further €11 billion euros on welfare handouts in Third World countries in failed efforts to halt the flow. The figures are from a federal government…

Manchester Bomber Motivated by Anger Over ‘Islamophobia’

By The European Union Times The terrorist who killed 23 people and injured dozens more in Manchester was partly motivated by his anger over ‘Islamophobia’ in the United Kingdom. The Wall Street Journal reports that Manchester bomber Salman Abedi, “Grew increasingly angry about what he considered ill-treatment of Muslims in Britain.” He was reportedly incensed…

BBC Host: We Must “Get Used” to Islamic Terror Attacks

By The European Union Times Following the Manchester bombing that just rocked the UK, BBC host Katty Kay said that Europeans have to get used to more Islamic terror attacks. Speaking on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Tuesday, Kay said that Europeans have no choice but to accept terrorists murdering their children because it’s impossible to…