- The video above, entitled "Black bikers stop traffic on D C Freeway" was published a couple days ago by Colin Flaherty. If this is what is happening now, imagine what it will be like if there is widespread social unrest.
- Last week, I had cited to an article entitled "Romancing the Sunni: A US policy tragedy in three acts; Act I" by Angelo Codevilla and published in the Asia Times. I had somehow missed that he had already published his two additional installments: "Act II" and "Act III."
- North Korea has announced that it successfully tested a "hydrogen bomb." The test was conducted underground, but based on the magnitude of the explosion (which is similar to prior nuclear tests), experts doubt that it was a thermonuclear weapon.
- "Where there's a (mercenary) will, there's a way"--Bayou Renaissance Man. Nigeria is once again turning to South African mercenaries for help fighting Boko Haram. The decision is because of the wide-spread corruption in its own forces.
- "Two More Major German Cities Report New Year’s Sexual Assaults By ‘North African Groups’"--Daily Caller.
- Related: "Teenage victim of Cologne 'African and Arab' sex mob reveals how she and her friends were surrounded by 30 men and groped as officials admit the city is a 'no-go' area for women"--Daily Mail. The response from the mayor of Cologne is to suggest German women adopt a code of conduct that "includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault."
- Related: "An Unmentionable Refugee Question"--Jonathan Tobin at Commentary. The issue is that no one in the German government wants to address the issue that "the influx of huge numbers of immigrants from countries where women are viewed more like property than equal members of society into nations with modern liberal cultures brings with it a potential for trouble." Although the author tries to take a conciliatory tone, he acknowledges that "in an era when immigrants are no longer expected to assimilate into host Western societies, it is irresponsible for those advocating bringing in large numbers of Middle Eastern immigrants not to take such events into account." He also points out that past immigrant groups to Europe and the United States did not go en masse into the street to commit sex crimes. I think that the United States and Canada are going to see a huge influx of real refugees at some point--only, they will be Europeans fleeing here for safety.
- Related: "DRD4 7r – Why Middle Eastern Migrants In Europe Will Tend To Be Rapists And Criminals"--The Anonymous Conservative.
- "'Military age men' at San Diego's southern border--'Credible threat' posed by unknown Afghans and Pakistanis"--San Diego Reader. From the article:
Muhammad Azeem and Muktar Ahmad, both in their 20s, surrendered to U.S. Border Patrol agents in September, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. One was listed on the Terrorist Screening Database for “associations with a known or suspected terrorist. The other was a positive match for derogatory information in an alternative database,” according to Hunter’s letter.
Azeem and Ahmad are among dozens of men — described by Border Patrol agents as “military age and carrying U.S. cash” who began entering the U.S. through a Tijuana-based human-smuggling pipeline in September.
Read the whole thing. It goes on to describe the shifting tactics of Middle Eastern men to slip into the United States.
- "'Darth Nino' pummels California: Storm driven by worst El Nino ever causes chaos as drivers are left stranded in their cars, roads turn into rivers and a TORNADO hits"--Daily Mail.
- "China escalates emergency stock market intervention--Authorities buy shares, inject liquidity and extend selling ban in the wake of renewed stock turmoil"--Telegraph.
- "Connor Boyack: Federal government tells parents they are inferior"--Deseret News. A draft policy statement jointly issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Education, is intended to assist the agencies with implementing "family engagement"--"the systematic inclusion of families as partners in children’s development, learning and wellness." How nice of them to let parents be their "partners."
- Last, but not least, check out this week's Woodpile Report.