Google lets you see how common different search terms are around the world, and how that changes over time.
How often do you think Germans have been searching for the word "gun licence" lately?
Go to Translate.Google.com, type in "gun licence." You get "Waffenschein."
OK, now go to Google.com/trends and type in "Waffenschein."
For ten years, that search term just puttered along.
And then in August, when the million Muslim march kicked into high gear, it just went nuts and stayed that way.
It paused over Christmas, but look what's happened since New Year’s Day, the mass rape riot in Cologne:
Searches for "Waffenschein" are up 250% in the last week.
I did the same thing for "pepper spray" -- that is, "Pfefferspray." WATCH and see that result.
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