I’m back from a fact-finding mission to Europe, studying how they’re coping with millions of Muslim migrants.
Europe isn’t like it was.
Sweden, the first feminist country, now has the highest rate of rape in the world.
Denmark, whose king promised he'd wear a yellow star in solidarity with the country’s Jews, is now overrun with Jew-hating fascists once more — not by invasion, but by invitation.
And Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel has decided that the best way to atone for the Nazi crime of killing six million Jews is to bring in 30 million Muslims.
But what does it really look like, on the ground? Is it really that bad? Do no-go zones exist?
I'll show you what I learned in places like Cologne, Stockholm and Copenhagen.
For instance, I went to Rosengard, the 90% Muslim neighbourhood in Malmo, Sweden. One fellow told me he shopped around for the country that would give him the most free stuff — and Sweden made the highest bid!
I spoke to many other people on my trip, and I did find some passionate defenders of Europe's liberal, Christian traditions. But I was surprised by who they turned out to be. You might be, too.
This is just the first of my reports about life on the ground in Europe. Stay tuned for new shows all week.
Europe has shown us what Canada will look like in five or ten years.
Ask yourself after you've seen my reports:
Do you like what you see?
NEXT: Breitbart's Oliver Lane gives insight into the power of sharia Law in Europe.
THEN: Lorrie Goldstein from the Toronto Sun talks with me about the migrant problem in Europe, and whether the problems they're experiencing could happen to that same extent here at home.
FINALLY: My final thoughts -- including, at last, a shred of good news!