Continental Breakfast

Germany: ‘Almost All Asylum Seekers Allowed to Stay Permanently’

Though asylum is granted for a limited period of three years under the Geneva Convention, the newspaper found that 99 per cent of migrants who are granted protection are being allowed to stay in the country indefinitely.

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Outcry as Angela Merkel given award for open-door migrant policy

Angela Merkel beamed as she received the Eugen-Bolz-Award for her so-called “open door” policy.

Receiving the award in Stuttgart, Mrs Merkel was praised for her “humanitarian attitude in refugee policy” and her “civil courage” over the handling of the crisis in the EU and Germany.

College pledges to hire professors based on skin color, mandates social-justice workshops

A women’s college is planning to hire new professors based on the color of their skin because of the “demonstrated benefits” of nonwhite faculty.

Whether such faculty benefit the college enough to be paid for a full teaching load remains to be seen, however.

After a year of deliberation, the Barnard College Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion released a set of draft recommendations last week with the aim of improving “representation, inclusion, and social justice” in the classroom and on campus.

Beyond hiring a new C-level official to oversee diversity efforts, the recommendations include mandatory social justice workshops for all community members and extra academic support specifically for racial minorities.

The effort is so expensive that Barnard, which is affiliated with Columbia University, will have to launch a new fundraising campaign to pull it off, as the recommendations acknowledge.

15 Actionable Tips for Staying Safe During Times of Civil Unrest

The rise of mob violence, riots, and outright targeting of people by domestic terrorist groups – like Antifa, Communists, Black Lives Matter, and other Soros-funded radical far-left groups – isn’t to be taken lightly.

We saw Berkeley blow up in riots because Milo Yiannopoulos was invited to speak there. We saw mobs rioting in Portland. We saw Washington D.C. trashed at the Women’s March and inauguration riots, and we saw violent leftists attack people at a College Republicans event at NYU where Gavin Mcinnes was speaking.

Essentially, we’ve seen every major urban city on the both coasts explode with violence. Until these jobless, bandanna wearing, woman-beating losers get arrested, America’s urban centers will continue to see violence as they continue to rage against freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, and well…just plain freedom.

By the way, that picture is from Vancouver.

Trudeau’s comments in Saskatoon ‘disrespectful,’ says chief

Several First Nations leaders are blasting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for comments he made during a town hall meeting in Saskatoon on Wednesday.

“He basically said chiefs do not know what the needs of First Nations are,” said Muskowekwan First Nation Chief Reginald Bellerose.

“I thought that was disrespectful and he should learn to use his words more carefully.”

College in Bosnia offers scholarships to people banned by Trump

United World College (UWC) Mostar, one of 17 UWC schools worldwide that aim to bring together students from conflict zones, opened in 2005 with the goal of healing ethnic divisions after the Bosnian war of the 1990s.

“We offer scholarships to U.S students, as well as to refugees and students from majority Muslim countries banned by the U.S. Executive order to send a signal for peace,” said Valentina Mindoljevic, head of the UWC Mostar.

5 Things You Need to Know About Linda Sarsour

Linda Sarsour is a controversial activist who co-organized the recent Women’s March protesting the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump. Now she, along with the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Council on American Islamic Relations, is suing the president over his recent executive order temporarily blocking travel into the U.S. for nationals of seven Middle-Eastern countries.

MPs Wear Islamic Veils in Parliament to Promote ‘World Hijab Day’

A number of MPs donned hijabs in Westminster Hall to celebrate World Hijab Day (WHD), which normalises Islamic veiling and promotes “modest” dress.

The group, led by the SNP’s Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, included SNP MPs Anne McLaughlin and Patrick Grady, as well as Labour’s former shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler and MP Naseem Shah.

Organisers of WHD ask for donations on February 1st each year and encourage women of different faiths to wear a hijab in “solidarity” with Muslims under the slogan: “I stand for her right to COVER!”

After mosque attack, calls to clean up Quebec City’s radio waves

A grassroots movement has been underway for years to “clean up” the radio waves around Quebec City, where shock-jocks unapologetically skewer anything that doesn’t align with their populist conservative views.

In the wake of Sunday’s bloody attack on a suburban mosque, that movement may be gaining some mainstream support.

The suspect in the attack, 27-year-old Alexandre Bissonnette, appears to have espoused what many consider to be far-right social and political views: he ridiculed the women’s rights movement, backed U.S. President Donald Trump and trolled supporters of refugees.

Many of those opinions regularly get a sympathetic ear on radio poubelle, the French term for “trash radio.”