Reader’s Links: May 22, 2018

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  1. zero hedge – Image Of Jewish Temple Photoshopped Over Jerusalem Mosque Embroils US Embassy In Controversy

    […]As Ambassador Friedman attended an event sponsored by an Israeli charity, one of the staff members presented him with the framed photograph which featured a photoshopped imagined Jewish Temple in the place where Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock currently stand.

    […]There has long been a Jewish and Christian Zionist movement dedicated to restoring the temple, which was destroyed by the Romans in about 70 A.D. — an initiative that’s practically impossible because it would mean razing the Islamic holy site.

    […]

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-22/image-jewish-temple-photoshopped-over-jerusalem-mosque-embroils-us-embassy

  2. Germany will now train asylum seekers to become truck drivers

    Due to an acute shortage of professional truck drivers the German trucking association has launched a new project to train asylum seekers for the job, Austria’s tabloid Wochenblick reports.

    The project, which is named “The drive into your new future” intends to make it easier for asylum seekers to become truck drivers.

    In this way, the German Red Cross (DRK) and the Logistics Organization (UVL) want to alleviate the shortage of truck drivers. The concept was developed together with the SVG Driving School North, reports newspaper DVZ.

    During the training the candidates have to pass through two exams. In addition to its general suitability, the DRK also wants to check the language skills and the status of residence. In addition, a separate “refugee representative” should look after the participants during the three-year training.

    The initiative is extremely popular: “Within a few days, 90 interested parties from all over Schleswig-Holstein and even from Hamburg have reported that 50 more refugees have been placed on a waiting list,” says Ilka Hübner, the head of the Red Cross in Kiel.

    But not everyone is happy. “We clearly say no,” says the president of the Federal Association of professional motor vehicle associations, Wolfgang Westermann. “You can not put everyone on a forty-ton and let them go with it,” he says.

    It’s unclear how the German public thinks about the initiative. On 19 December 2016 asylum seeker Anis Amri drove a truck deliberately into a Christmas market in Berlin leaving 12 people dead and 56 injured.

    https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/05/germany-will-now-train-asylum-seekers-to-become-truck-drivers/

    • Due to an acute shortage of professional truck drivers the German trucking association has launched a new project to train asylum seekers for the job, Austria’s tabloid Wochenblick reports.

      Train potential Muslim terrorists to operate large, road-worthy, multi-ton, multiple-axle vehicles? I mean, after all, flight simulation training for those Saudis to learn how to take off and fly passenger jet airliners (without ever learning how to land them) worked out so well, eh?

      That eternal question again bubbles to the surface: What could possibly go wrong?

      Here’s hoping that they, at least, teach these arse-lifting sods how to set the hand brake.

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