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Rep. Brooks has spoken out against the war on whites since 2014.
Decision comes now because of Trump election.
Common sense in Britain.
He said it was a “problem” that some classrooms in his city are 91 percent Muslim.
“For as long as I’m Prime Minister I will never agree to develop a Muslim community in Slovakia.”
Orbán also said Ukrainians shouldn’t need visas in other EU countries.
Twitter’s Misbegotten Censorship, The Atlantic
David Frum defends Richard Spencer.
“A society that can’t defend its children has no tomorrow.”
In 1995, Bill Clinton sounded almost like Donald Trump.
“The veiled woman of today will become France’s Marianne [national icon] of tomorrow.”
She refuses to apologize.
Bulgarian Parliament Approves Burqa Ban, International Business Times
Yet more common sense from the East.
More common sense from the east.
“The Burqa is an expression of misogynistic Islamist ideology. This symbol we need to halt.”
Tell the truth. Then apologize.
No Courage, No Peace in Brooklyn, New York Times
NYT calls on Mayor de Blasio to shut down chronically violent West Indian parade in NYC.
Or there will be “taco trucks on every corner.”
He’s taken heat for pointing out the obvious about race and crime.
“Foreign men” have high crime rates in Norway.
The congressman fought back against gloating about white decline.
TV Host Sonia Kruger Stirs Muslim Migration Storm, The Australian
Common sense in Australia.
Freddie Gray Van Driver Found Not Guilty on All Charges, CBS Baltimore
Protesters still chanted “Murderer!” outside the courthouse.
Says she would not have been fired for her online comments if she were black.
Expert on Islam acknowledges what mainstream media will not.
“Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country.”
In State After State, Strong GOP Support for Trump’s Muslim Proposal, Washington Examiner
In exit polls across the country, about two-thirds of Republican voters support the temporary ban.
He says “maybe we do the $2 bill” for Tubman.
Two party leaders said Islam is incompatible with Germany’s values and constitution.
He said racial profiling “has its place in law enforcement when used correctly and applied fairly.”
January 2016: Donald Trump Warned Brussels, Belgium–the New York Times Mocked Him for It, Conservative Tree House
He said of life in Brussels: “There’s no assimilation going on.”
Black sheriff says what no white sheriff could.
“I don’t want to be so politically correct. I like to solve problems.”
The head of Russia’s Federal Migration Service says, “multiculturalism has failed.”
Putin stands by the right of Hungary to defend its “European identity.”
Says it could lead to the “end of Europe.”
Says his country can’t possibly integrate thousands of Muslim immigrants.
“. . . perhaps the black actors did not deserve to make the final list.”
Someone else sees the Sam Francis/Donald Trump connection.
Says he wants no “Muslim community” in Slovakia.
Katie Hopkins: “White women are nothing to some Islamic and Arabic men.”
The G.O.P. at a Crossroads, New York Times
“A vote for Trump is a vote for . . . a conservatism defined more by identity politics than ideology.”
Ann Coulter says Trump is the only one saying things Americans care about.
In November, Jared Taylor said, “I would not let in any Muslim immigrants at all.”
He’s joined by a chorus of political and media elites.
Says polls show Muslim “hatred is beyond comprehension.”
He wants a renewed sense of French identity.
Twelve governors have said they want no Syrian refugees in their states.
On Sunday, his party saw its best results ever.