The police chief of Cologne, Germany has been suspended.
On his watch, on New Year’s Eve, a mob of 1,000 Muslim migrants swarmed German women and beat them, robbed them, sexually assaulted them, and in some cases, raped them.
I agree that he should be fired. But not because 1,000 Muslim men rioted and raped in his city on his watch.
He should have been fired is because he lied. It wasn't just him, though.
The media lied. The Justice Minister lied too. The mayor lied (and advised women to "stay arm's length" from rapists.)
The same German government that lets rapists go free from custody, that writes false press releases, that sits on the news, is now censoring ordinary Germans who want to talk about what happened, and who did it, and why.
Here's the Washington Post:
"German authorities, meanwhile, have reached a deal with Facebook, Google and Twitter to get tougher on offensive content, with the outlets agreeing to apply domestic laws, rather than their own corporate policies, to reviews of posts.”
That’s actually more terrifying than 1,000 Muslim sexual assaulters in a swarm.
What are the odds that Canadian and American police are covering up Islamic crimes, like in Rotherham or Cologne? What are the odds that facts about Muslim refugees are being ignored by the media? And how long until Canadians and Americans are subjected to the same kind of censorship that rape-weary Germans are, too?
It's no secret that I'm a fan of Uber. Now Ontario Progressive Conservative MPP Tim Hudak has tabled a private members bill to encourage people to engage in "the sharing economy" without dealing with unneeded bureaucracy.
He came on the show to say that, with the rise of Uber and AirBnB, we need to put legal and licensing frameworks in place to protect consumers while making Ontario a friendlier business environment for developers.
Despite their name, the UK's Global Warming Policy Foundation is dedicated to supporting climate change skepticism. Now a Canadian, Dr. Christopher Essex, has been appointed the chairman of their academic advisory panel.
Dr. Essex tells me about the Foundation's mission to educate journalists, policy makers and average people about the real scientific facts about climate rather than the political slogans surrounding it. "The science isn't settled," says Essex, who talks about being a skeptic in academia.
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