December 12, 2018

Top 10: 3 dead in Strasbourg Christmas Market terrorist attack

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Three dead, 11 injured in shooting in Strasbourg

At least three people were killed and 11 wounded in a shooting in the Christmas market in the city of Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday evening.

According to reports, one of the wounded victims is a tourist who was shot in the stomach.

French interior minister Christophe Castaner confirmed on Tuesday night that the death toll in the shooting stands at three, and added that the manhunt for the shooter continues.

Castaner also said that security will be increased in all Christmas markets and other events in France.

The assailant is said to be armed and still at large. He has reportedly been identified by French police.


Related: Christmas market attack: France declares Strasbourg shooting to be act of terrorism



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3. EUROPE'S SHAME: Terrified Jewish people facing “no-go zones” - shock EU report

ANTI-SEMITISM is rampant across Europe with a shock new EU report warning of a rise in “no-go zones” for Jewish people.

The report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights found a worrying rise in anti-Semitism - especially in Germany, which was highlighted as a particularly hostile environment. Out of 16,395 Jews interviewed during the study, 75 percent of German interviewees abstain from wearing Jewish symbols in public, with 46 percent of Jews in Germany avoid entering certain areas.

Up to 44 percent from Germany have even considered immigrating due to feeling unsafe in no-go areas. Of those questioned, 85 percent of German Jews consider anti-Semitism to be a major problem, with 41 percent having said they have suffered an anti-semitic experience.

4. Macron addresses France after Paris riots

Related: Marine Le Pen demands Macron respond to suffering expressed in Yellow Vest protests

5. French news interviews “Leader” of Yellow Vests who calls for “Act 5” of protests

6. Brothers of Italy leader Giorgia Meloni demands vote in legislature on UN Global Migration Pact

7. China threatens consequences if Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is not released

China is threatening to take aggressive action against Canada if the country fails to release Huawei’s CFO from custody and obeys a U.S. extradition request.

“For Canada, if they do not correctly handle this matter there will be serious consequences. You asked, what kind of serious consequences would these be? I can tell you in one sentence – it is totally up to Canada.” — Lu Kang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman.

China’s foreign ministry also said, according to an agreement between China and Canada, the Canadian government should have told the Chinese consulates and embassies Meng was going to be arrested. However, that didn’t happen.

China’s foreign ministry also cited human rights concerns surrounding Meng’s detention.

“During Ms. Meng Wanzhou’s detention, certain measures, including inhumane measures used against her, the provision of medical treatment necessary for her and measures for her basic well-being, were not in place at all,” stated Kang. “We think this is inhumane and has breached her human rights.”

8. Satellite imagery shows hundreds of Russian tanks near the border with Ukraine

Satellite imagery from Google Earth taken in November shows hundreds of Russian main battle tanks at a new military base on the outskirts of the Kamensk-Shakhtinsky.

The large-scale military base only 18 kilometers away from the border with toward rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine. Images show hundreds of main battle tank like as T-64 and also T-62M, while a thousand military trucks, artillery systems and tankers are located slightly higher.

Russia has been ramping up its forces near the border with Ukraine since August and now poses the greatest military threat since 2014, the year Moscow annexed Crimea, the commander of Ukraine’s armed forces told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.

Muzhenko said Russian troop levels were at “the highest” since 2014, when Moscow annexed Crimea and then deployed forces to eastern Ukraine.

9. French criminologist Xavier Raufer explains explosive Yellow Vest protests: “The French as a people are ferocious”

Link to original program.

Scenes of “Yellow Vest” looting and property damage

10. Germany: Spying in the day care centre?

German television show discusses controversial brochure that aims to help educators detect suspicious and “right-wing” parents with former Mayor the Neukölln borough of Berlin, Heinz Buschkowsky.



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commented 2018-12-13 22:58:57 -0500
“China’s foreign ministry also cited human rights concerns surrounding Meng’s detention.”
Coming from that bastion of human rights, China, that is bit rich. No doubt The Groper will believe it.
commented 2018-12-13 21:17:29 -0500
“We need to express our freedom in a responsible way.” And where had that got them up until now? Nowhere. The only way to express freedom is to throw the jackbooted tyrants out. Good by Emmanuel.
commented 2018-12-13 21:14:13 -0500
It a good thing, Dirk, and about time. Maybe if Canadians get culturally enriched and enslaved like the Europeans have they will wake up. “If the people haven’t suffered enough its their god-given right to suffer some more”. And the best part is it will start in the Liberal strongholds first. The time for reason and words is over. It is now time to learn from personal pain.
commented 2018-12-13 14:04:03 -0500
2. Declaration of war on Canadian citizens
commented 2018-12-13 12:10:48 -0500
1. So, France is one of those countries in Europe with very strict guns control laws, Right? How is that working g out for them?

3. Imagine! Germany stuttered letting thousands of migrants in -mostly muslim. Now the death cult whose writings call for the killing of Jews are killing Jews.
Who would ever have thought this could happen? Time for some poetry circles.
commented 2018-12-13 08:42:04 -0500
On CBC’s the National last night(Wednesday) not a word about this being a terrorist attack. The perp yelled Allahu Akbar as he opened fire. France has declared it a terrorist attack, as have Breitbart and Fox in the USA. Seems par for the course for the CBC, to withhold part of the news that might not fit with the Liberal Party template.
commented 2018-12-13 07:38:01 -0500
Number 2 CBC earning their 12 pieces of silver . Traitors everyone of them . Now it non bidding so don’t try pulling the bullshit written in the pact .
commented 2018-12-13 04:34:54 -0500
Number 7- i see China is also punishing Apple over this, I LOVE IT!!!
Apple loves to support the Communist left and censor like they are a Communist party , now they get an actual taste of it. LMAO!
commented 2018-12-13 04:33:15 -0500
Number 1-the French police are too busy beating protesters and pushing them out of wheelchairs to catch terrorists.

Number 7-OH OH, Justin will have to make an actual grown up decision on this one.
commented 2018-12-12 23:09:33 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,449 Attacks, 235,830 Killed, 315,206 Injured that we know of