NYT: Pity The Poor, Beset, European…Muslims?
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Je Suis Sick of This – The New York Times A Belgian friend said that at dinner that night, her 14-year-old daughter explained: “At school we knew that Brussels would be the next target. The terrorists just waited for us … Continue reading

That Didn’t Take Long, Did It?
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No need for complete rethink on refugees after Paris attack: Juncker – Yahoo News “Those who organised, who perpetrated the attacks are the very same people who the refugees are fleeing and not the opposite. And so there is no … Continue reading

Get Ready For the European Immigration Kabuki
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Hollande: Paris attacks were “act of war,” pledges “pitiless” response to ISIS « Hot Air In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris last night, French president François Hollande pledged to lead a “pitiless” war against Daesh. He cast … Continue reading

I Wouldn’t Put Too Much Confidence In the Euros If I Were You
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Link Round-up: Clit-Chopper Invasion Edition Indulge us in a brief aside here – as we need to note that, if there is one thing German nationalists are extremely good at, it is killing people in numbers and with a mechanical … Continue reading

Googling England
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Google Search predicts David Cameron to win election 2015 | Daily Mail Online Researchers then converted this into the number of seats the parties could win in the General Election – with Conservatives on 237, UKIP on 221 and Labour … Continue reading

I Look For the Pitched Battles To Start Soon
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New migration crisis overwhelms European refugee system – The Washington Post As a new crisis develops, the nations of Europe appear overwhelmed, belatedly scrambling to plug the gaping holes in their asylum system and contain what has become a full-blown … Continue reading

Europe Is Bones
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Short on machine guns, German army armed turrets with broomsticks | Ars Technica Late last year, as the German Bundeswehr was considering rebooting its expensive, failed Euro Hawk drone program, the army of the country with the fourth largest economy … Continue reading