As you know, a Muslim terrorist hijacked a truck in Berlin, murdered the driver, and then rammed this truck into a Christmas market in Berlin, murdering eight people, and injuring another 48.
The German police, who are obviously too busy prosecuting people for saying mean things about Muslims on Facebook, captured the wrong man after the attack.
But don't worry. They’ve really cracked down. Not on Muslim migrants, not on mosques that whip up Islamic supremacism. No, German authorities have demanded that 60 Christmas markets be closed.
Just stop to think about that: The mosques stay open; the borders stay open; but the Christmas markets are closed.
Can you tell me how that is any different under sharia law?
And Canadian Christmas markets are having security beefed up too.
Hey, here’s an idea:
Instead of putting up walls and barriers and checkpoints around Christmas markets, and around Jewish schools, and around our airports, and court houses, and shopping malls, why don’t we just keep the bad guys out?
Today we’re talking about Germany.
But the police barriers in Toronto and Montreal are a warning to all of us:
If we don’t change our course here in Canada, we’re likely to end up where we’re headed.
NEXT: The Rebel's own Gavin McInnes joins me to talk more about the recent Islamic terrorist attacks, and the reaction from the media and the public — including the bizarre obsession with "the rise of the far right."
THEN: The Democrats lost the election in a big way, but Breitbart's Joel Pollack comes on to talk about that party's ongoing problems, and where they might be headed in the future.
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