I’m always scanning for stories that are too politically incorrect for the other media to cover, but that ordinary folks are interested in. I find some of these stories on YouTube by looking at the most shared videos, not just in Canada and the U.S. but around the world.
Yesterday one of Germany’s most shared YouTube videos caught my eye: “Charlie Hebdo.” But this song isn’t condemning the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks. It’s praising them. The artist’s name is SadiQ — he’s Muslim, of course. Born in Afghanistan; fled as a refugee to Germany with his family. This video is what he did with his new, free life.
I’m going to show you the whole video. If you have a queasy constitution, skip it. You won’t see this anywhere else in the pro-migrant media. But it’s trending in Germany, and the album is on sale now, along with SadiQ’s line of t-shirts. When you bring in a million Muslim men a year to Germany, that’s a big market...
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