France: A television talk show sent a crew to a wealthy shopping district to ask the high-end shoppers if they support mass immigration to their country. They said yes and agreed that migrants deserve to live in their country. When sked if they would allow a migrant stay in their homes, they agreed to that also. However, when the interviewer presented an ‘migrant’ who needed a place to stay, all of them backed down. The wealthy have not had to deal directly with migrants in France, so it is easy to be politically correct in speech – but the façade collapses when tested by reality. –GEG
Apple CEO Tim Cook pledged $2 million to the ADL and the SPLC, who have targeted conservatives for years and have applied the word “hate” to almost any point of view that is contrary to their leftist ideology. […]
While the list of statues that leftists want removed grows, opponents call for the removal of historical monuments honoring Democrats who were racially biased, Vladimir Lenin and former President Bill Clinton. […]
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President Trump’s executive order to limit refugees entering the US is stalled in the courts while the US State Department, acting entirely on its own, quietly lifted restrictions on the number of refugees allowed into the US. It makes no difference what the voters want – or don’t want. […]
Massachusetts: Bampumim Teixeira is accused of killing two prominent doctors, and many people are blaming the judge who made that possible. After committing two bank robberies, Teixeira, who is from West Africa, was sentenced to 364 days in prison. If the sentence had been one-day longer, the murderer would have been deported. […]
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said that Europe has not kept its promises on the migrant deal and, therefore, the agreement is ended, and Turkey is threatening to unleash two-million migrants on Europe. This would be a self-punishing move on the part of the Turks inasmuch as the Dutch invest $22 billion per year in Turkey and are Turkey’s 10th largest importer. Invasion by immigration would guarantee a backlash in Europe and a recession in Turkey. […]