Monthly Archives: February 2017

Trump and the Rape of Sweden

Originally this video was published on Jul 3, 2015

The Glazov Gang-Ingrid Carlqvist on “Muslim Rape of Sweden”
Ingrid Carlqvist (Editor-in-Chief, Dispatch-International.com)

And now, in 2017, it is much worse.
This is what we don’t want here in the USA!

Glazov Gang: Trump and the Rape of Sweden

The media is now mocking President Trump for highlighting trouble in Sweden, and specifically for him using the words “last night” in referring to what, at first, seemed like a reference to a specific incident in that country. But as the president himself later explained, he was referring to an actual, accurate news report that was broadcast the night before on Fox News about Muslim immigration to Sweden. On Friday night, Tucker Carlson interviewed documentarian Ami Horowitz about his upcoming film about the surge in rape and violence that has accompanied the increase of immigration to Sweden.

While the president could have used better technical wording to make his point, his overall thesis was correct. There may not have been some single huge news-breaking incident the night before in Sweden, but Trump was referring to a news program that demonstrated that there is something very horrible happening in Sweden — and not just “last night”, but every night.

In response to President Trump’s legitimate reference to trouble in Sweden, and the media’s illegitimate  mockery of him over it, The Glazov Gang is running its special episode with journalist and author Ingrid Carlqvist on the Muslim Rape of Sweden, which unveils the horror Sweden is now facing.

Don’t miss it!

The real refugees from the Middle East are not Muslims.

Published: January 6, 2017

Faithkeepers is an upcoming documentary film about the violent persecution of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East.
The film features exclusive footage and testimonials of Christians, Baha’i, Yazidis, Jews, and other minority refugees, and a historical context of the persecution in the region.
Due to be released next year, the film also follows the story of a 24-year-old Christian student from North Carolina on her journey of understanding, discovery and solidarity with persecuted brothers and sisters in the Middle East.
Faithkeepers – the movie and the movement – will awaken, enlighten and inspire all people of faith to stand up and take action.