It was the worst election performance in history for the CDU in the Berlin state elections. “The fact that the anti-EU, anti-immigrant and anti-refugee AfD party could score such a high percentage of the poll in multi-cultural and ‘hip’ Berlin is an indication of how far Merkel has alienated voters with her refusal to change direction on the migrant issue.”
The “migrant crisis” in Europe has been the best development for Islamic terrorist networks in (possibly) forever.
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As a result of increasingly prevalent sexual attacks on women and children at music festivals, public pools, and elsewhere in Europe, authorities in several countries have adopted weak, ineffectual attempts to address the problem. First there was the free “Don’t Grope Me” wristbands distributed in Sweden, and now there are “No! Not with me!” temporary tattoos in Germany. As if these will solve anything.
The territory of Utah applied numerous times in the late 19th century to become a state of the Union, but its applications were repeatedly denied by the U.S. government. When Utah finally disavowed polygamy, they were admitted as the 45th state in 1896. Polygamy was never considered fair or appropriate by the American nation, and it was a good thing that Utah was able to get over it.
Free Speech and counter-jihad activist Pamela Geller took a lot of criticism from all sides when she organized the “Mohammed Art Exhibit and Contest” in Garland, Texas in May of last year. Like many others, I thought Ms. Geller’s “stunt” was, while technically legal, needlessly provocative and offensive to Muslims. In a country where some Muslims already felt the discomfort of being associated with horrific terrorism being perpetrated in the name of their religion, I asked myself what need there was to manufacture offense and possibly violence?