Reader’s Links, March 18, 2018

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  1. This is Merkel’s new Germany, and more of the poison fruit of her disastrous immigration policies. Muslim men sexually assault and rape non-Muslim women, and the answer is that women must make adjustments, change their behavior — even pants with locks and alarms are being sold to protect women from rape, instead of cracking down hard on the rapists. Of course, because to be harsh with the rapists would be “islamophobic.” And so more and more German women are refusing to venture out at all and are staying at home, like good Muslim women. This is how sharia advances.

    “Taharrush in Essen / Germany: Sexual assault on three young women by Arabic speakers in Essen city centre,” Searchlight Germany, March 12, 2018:

  2. Years ago, while doing research on education and IQ, I happened to be in the principal’s office at a black school in Cincinnati, as he was preparing to open a large brown envelope containing the results of IQ tests that his students had taken. Before he opened the envelope, I offered to bet him that a large majority of the students with IQs over 110 would be girls.

    He was too smart to take the bet. Studies had shown that females predominated among high-IQ blacks. One study of blacks whose IQs were 140 and up found that there were more than five times as many females as males at these levels.

    This is hard to explain by either heredity or environment, as those terms are usually defined, since black males and black females have the same ancestors and grow up in the same homes. Meanwhile, white males and white females have the same average IQs, with slightly more males at both the highest and lowest IQs.

  3. Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was killed after being shot and stabbed as violence in Britain continues to spiral out of control.

    The man, in his 20s, was found in Enfield around midnight on Saturday, with a second man also found with stab injuries.

    This week alone has seen another 18-year-old stabbed to death in Chadwell Heath and another young man shot dead in Walthamstow.

    We’ve also seen a 14-year-old boy shot in North London, and the London Air Ambulance have revealed that for the first time ever they are attending more shootings and stabbings than road collisions.

  4. Missouri a destination wedding spot — for 15-year-old brides

    It’s the one state that possesses the most lenient law in the nation allowing 15-year-olds to wed, but that may soon change

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In the dark before sunrise, high school sophomore Brittany Koerselman, belly bulging, seven months pregnant and feeling like a cow, tucked herself into the borrowed white prom dress that would be her wedding gown.

    The Iowa teen didn’t want to be a child bride. But the cops were coming.

    She was 15, not even old enough to drive on her own. Jeremie Rook, her boyfriend and the father of her baby, was 21.

    It didn’t matter how “infatuatedly in love” she was then with everything about Jeremie — his long chocolate hair, his bad-boy attitude, tongue stud and 28 tattoos. In Iowa, a 21-year-old having sex with a 15-year-old is statutory rape. The evidence was alive in her womb.

    “I never wanted to get married, ever, like in my life,” Brittany recalled recently. “But I did it anyway, because it was either that or he go to prison, like, forever.”—for-15-year-old-brides

  5. The Women’s March — a civil-rights group at the center of protests against the Trump presidency — is losing top staffers and supporters over its leadership’s refusal to denounce a racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic rant by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
    The latest to jump ship is high-profile staffer Alyssa Klein, who quit last week as the group’s social-media director.
    Klein called Farrakhan “a dangerous troll,” and tweeted on March 5 that Women’s March leaders are “turning a blind eye to the hate spoken about a group of people.”

  6. TThe local journal registered at least 55 murders of pre-candidates from all parties during the same period and 83 assaults.
    A spike in assassinations in the run-up to Mexico’s regional and national elections is “absolutely unacceptable,” the Organization of American States (OAS) warned on Friday.
    Mexico: Another Candidate Killed in Guerrero State
    “It is an average of one murder of a candidate every four or five days: that is a margin of violence absolutely unacceptable in an electoral process, we are very worried,” said OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro.
    Mexico’s next president – as well as numerous senators, federal deputies, governors and mayors – will be contested in July when millions of voters head to the polls.

  7. Polizei muss Abschiebung abbrechen – als sie wiederkommt, wird Einrichtung verwüstet

    Beim Versuch einer Abschiebung ist die Polizei in Donauwörth nach eigener Darstellung auf heftigen Widerstand gestoßen.

    Die Polizei sei bis zum Mittwochabend in der Aufnahmeeinrichtung in der Sternschanzenstraße im Einsatz gewesen, teilte das Polizeipräsidium Schwaben Nord mit. Man habe etwa 30 Menschen wegen Landfriedensbruchs, Widerstands gegen Vollstreckungsbeamte, versuchter gefährlicher Körperverletzung und Beleidigung festgenommen.

    Bereits gegen 3.30 Uhr am Mittwochmorgen sollte demnach ein gambischer Staatsangehöriger abgeschoben werden. Der Versuch habe jedoch zunächst abgebrochen werden müssen, nachdem sich etwa 50 Bewohner aggressiv gegenüber den Einsatzkräften gezeigt hätten, teilte die Polizei mit.

    Am Nachmittag sei die Polizei erneut angerückt – und wieder auf Widerstand gestoßen. Zudem hätten Bewohner Einrichtungsgegenstände und Fenster beschädigt. Dennoch habe man mehrere Haftbefehle vollziehen können, es sei zu weiteren Festnahmen gekommen.

  8. OTTAWA — The Canadian whistleblower at the centre of an international scandal that saw a firm help the Trump campaign capitalize politically from private Facebook information got his start in politics with the Liberal Party of Canada.

    Reports by The New York Times and The Observer of London say U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign hired a data-analytics company that harvested private information from the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users.

    The data expert who spoke out about controversy helped found the company behind the leak — he’s a 28-year-old Canadian named Christopher Wylie.

    One of the reports says at age 17, Wylie worked in the office of Canada’s opposition leader, who at that time was then-Liberal leader Stephane Dion.

    The report also says that when he was 18, he learned all about data while working for officials on former U.S. president Barack Obama’s campaign team, and later introduced one director to the Liberals.

  9. PEGIDA founder Lutz Bachmann has been prevented from entering Britain to deliver a speech at Speakers’ Corner, partly on the grounds that he “knows” identitarian activist Martin Sellner.
    Bachmann had planned on delivering a speech written by the Generation Identity leader, who was recently detained along with YouTube political pundit Brittany Pettibone and then ejected from the country, partly on the grounds that GI is “viewed in the UK as a right wing organization” and partly on the grounds that Pettibone intended to “interview Tommy Robinson — a far right leader whose materials and speeches incite racial hatred”, according to seemingly official documents.

    Bachmann also shared a picture of a document which he claims is from the officials who stopped him, which asserts that PEGIDA is “involved in the promotion and incitement of racial hatred and division of communities” and notes that “[by] your own admission during interview you have known [Sellner] well for some years” as grounds for denying his Free Movement rights.

  10. Italy: Rome a free-for-all as Kurdish activists go for Turkish Embassy

    Dozens of pro-Kurdish activists scuffled with police in Rome on Sunday as they attempted to reach the Turkish Embassy to protest against the country’s on-going operation ‘Olive Branch’ in the Kurdish-Syrian region of Afrin.

    The protesters exhibited numerous flags, banners and placards denouncing the reported aggression.

    The protest comes as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the establishment of full control over Afrin’s city centre by Turkish and Syrian forces.

  11. CBC – How comedian Kathy Griffin took on the Trump Family

    Comedian Kathy Griffin has spent the last year fighting to get her life back after a photo she took holding a mask that looked like Donald Trump’s severed head spurred a very public battle with the Trump family.

    Griffin speaks with the CBC’s Wendy Mesley about exile and her comeback tour, called “laugh your head off.”

  12. Two Women In Arizona Teach Children To Mock And Vilify Muslims (moroccoworldnews, Mar 18, 2018)

    “Mock Muslims, humiliate them, deter them from infiltrating our country, vandalize their mosques—these are some of the lessons an American mum is teaching her kids. She steadily maintains in her now infamous Facebook live videos that this name-calling and Islamophobia is her way of “teaching her kids to be Patriots”.

    While many Americans are pleading with president Trump to build bridges, not walls, two mums in Tempe, Arizona, are intent on wagging personal vendettas against all Muslims in America, whom they accuse of invading the country with “their Islamic laws.”

    In three obnoxious footages that recently leaked online, Facebook users Tahnee Gonzales and Elisabeth Dauenhauer are shown in a car giving racist and inflammatory lectures to three unidentified kids in the background. “Muslims use our constitution against us and get everything for free, such as food, assistance, and housing,” Gonzales is heard saying. She pauses, turns towards ‘her’ children in the back of the car, and then says, referring to Muslims: “They don’t even work”, something to which a little girl in the background answers, again referring to Muslims: “They smell like goats.” And they all burs out laughing, as they continue their ecstatic mockery of Muslims.

    “Look at this ugly mosque here,” says Gonzales, the trip’s cheer leader, as their car arrives on site at one mosque they intend to vandalize that day. She points to how “massively” and “illegally” Muslims are “invading” America, adding: “Muslims are nothing but evil Satan worshippers.”

    That day’s car trip, Gonzales says, is an excursion to a nearby mosque in Tempe, Arizona, where, as part of her “attempt to expose the evil that is happening in our backyards,” she’d be showing her children what Muslims “truly are like”, and how they [Muslims] intend to invade and occupy America. At the Tempe mosque, Gonzales cheers up her kids as they loot and vandalize the mosque’s funeral van and some parts inside the mosque. “Look at these patriots,” she says, pointing to the kids as they keep on vandalizing the cult place.

    Gonzales, who misses no opportunity to tell her numerous Facebook live viewers the sense of her actions, says that the trip to the mosque was “to collect as much information”, to expose mosques, and teach the children how to be true American patriots. “We’re coming after you. We, the people. We’re exposing you. You guys stand for evil and nothing but evil”, Gonzales is heard addressing a worshipper at the Tempe mosque.

    At which point a little girl is heard telling a boy: “be careful because Muslims are waiting to rape you.”

    Although Tahnee Gonzales and Elisabeth Dauenhauer have been arrested by local police and charged with “felony third-degree burglary”–with “hate crime” a possible crime for which they may be convicted, observers have been raising serious concerns about how this is not an isolated incident.

    To them, the freedom and entitlement that people such as Gonzales now feel in publicly expressing such hateful speeches is an indication of how increasingly difficult it has become to be a Muslim or a minority in Trump’s America. The “litany of disinformation” and hate speech, the anti-Islam campaign, none of this is new, they say. Instead, what is new and “jarring” is how kids are being thought, in the public eye, to hate fellow Americans based on their religion.

    “What really affected me the most is seeing those young children getting real-life lessons in hate… Those innocent 5-, 6-year old children are now really learning hate from their parents. It’s really disheartening,” said an acting imam at the Tempe Islamic Centre.

    Some local reports have revealed that the two women are members of the Patriot Movement AZ, an alt-right activist group said to be fueled and energized by Trump’s foul language, especially his anti-immigrants and Islamophobic ramblings.

    In February 8, this year, The Guardian ran a long piece entitled The fight for the right to be a Muslim in America. In it, the reporter decried the disheartening double standards and the institutional exclusion that American Muslims deal with on a daily basis, especially in recent years where people who dislike Islam and Muslims feel more entitled to do so because of a president keen on praising and maintaining America’s Christian roots.

    With public vilifications of Muslims such as the one recently experienced in Tempe, it seems that being Muslim in Trump’s America is indeed a right that is fiercely fought for, especially considering the stigma that the president puts on Muslims in his public speeches.”

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