To most intelligent people, it would seem obvious that flooding your country with undocumented people who are unable to conform to the laws of that country is generally not in the best interest of its people. But then again, to some people, Mayhem is now also known as multicultural enrichment.
Sweden Is Burning
Many Swedes were horrified in early 2017 when U.S. President Donald Trump linked immigration to rising crime in Sweden. Amid soaring crime rates, gang violence, complaints about education, and pregnant mothers even being turned away from maternity wards due to a lack of capacity. Monday night seemed to be one of the worst nights for violence in recent history as police reported multiple gangs of masked youths rampaging across three major Swedish cities, setting cars on fire in what seems like a coordinated action. MORE
We have been told repeatedly that America has a white supremacist problem; I would agree that there are problem groups in every segment of the American population. But I truly believe that there is a bigger problem with the leftist antifa. At a protest last weekend, The 2 dozen white nationalists didn’t cause any problems, but a large group of leftist protesters sure raised some hell.
And some more news from the event
Better Late Than Never
FBI official Peter Strzok, who played a lead role in both the Russian meddling and Hillary Clinton email probes but became a political lightning rod after the revelation of anti-Trump text messages, has been fired.
Do As I Say, Not As I Do
Mayor Bill de Blasio is a such a big believer in the free press that he let two bodyguards physically remove a credentialed Post reporter who had the temerity to ask him a question in public on Sunday. Via NY Post:
Democrats View Socialism Better than Capitalism by a Significant Margin
A new Gallup poll shows a stark drop in Democrat's attitude toward capitalism over the past two years. Democrats have gone from 56 percent viewing it positively in 2016 to 47 percent in 2018. The new poll shows 57 percent view socialism in a positive light against just 47 percent viewing capitalism positively.
The New Superman
It's not very often that Michael Phelps gets knocked off the record board. But a 10-year-old swimming phenom with a superhero name has done just that.
His name is Clark Kent Apuada. And of course, they call him "Superman."
Clark, who swims for the Monterey County Aquatic Team, competed at the Far West International Championship in California, where he won the 100-meter butterfly in 1:09:38.
That's more than a second better than the 100-meter butterfly record that Phelps set at the championship in 1995.