Reader’s Links, Nov. 16, 2018

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

98 Replies to “Reader’s Links, Nov. 16, 2018”

  1. Germany: Over 1,200 join far-right protests as Merkel visits Chemnitz

    Over 1,200 far-right protesters took to the streets of the Saxon city of Chemnitz on Friday, to protest against the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who was visiting the city for the first time since the murder of a local man in August and subsequent riots.

  2. France: Ambulances blockade Champs-Elysees over transport reforms

    Dozens of ambulances blocked the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Friday, protesting against controversial reforms to the financing of medical transportation.

    • The left has a lot of gall trying to tell us how Christians are suppose to act, and even in his apology he continues to insult all Christians.

      The Lib thinks we are incredibly stupid to believe his BS.

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