Friday, April 7, 2017

‘Child Refugees’ in Germany go on Rampage, ‘Demolish’ Housing Over Lack of Game Consoles

Young Somalis in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania have “demolished” their kitchen and living quarters during a violent “rampage” in which they demanded Play Stations and more pocket money. Four teenagers have been separated and sent to other residences for ‘unaccompanied minors’ after their violent rampage forced a staff member of the facility to flee to his office, where the 44-year-old locked himself in and called for police help.  Read more....

Playing Muslim Roulette

Hell we all take chances!  
Let's just play Muslim Roulette for fun.  
By the way how do you play Russian Roulette for fun---
maybe by using blanks.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Bank Robbery in Sanctuary Cities reduced to Misdemeanor -- Just an Undocumented Withdrawal

Illegal immigrant Bank Robbers are flocking to sanctuary cities.  Cities that have now reduced the charge of bank robbery to a misdemeanor.  After all why should they detain them for ICE when their action was little more than an 'undocumented withdrawal'! cities

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Then and Now 1917 - 2017

You would think things would get better in a hundred years.
  The only improvement I see here is that the Democrats have
 finally opened their eyes when it comes to the Commies.

Is Susan Rice Obama's Fallgirl

Make no mistake, Obama and Susan 
are alike in their thinking as brother and sister peas in a pod
  Susan Rice just hasn't figured out yet that she's Barack's fall guy (girl)!

French Nationalist Marie Le Pen: ‘I Will Bring Islamist Fundamentalism to Its Knees’

At a rural town hall meeting in La Bazoche-Gouet, French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen criticised her globalist rival Emmanuel Macron for “insulting the people and France”. She promised her supporters they would “never get used to terrorism” saying she would bring “Islamist fundamentalism to its knees”. Reaching out to what the Front National leader calls “forgotten France”, Le Pen spoke at a rally in an open-sided barn to nearly 1,000 people in the small Eure-et-Loir town, which has a population of just 1,200, on Monday.  Read more....