Because nothing says Christmas like anti-terrorist bollards…

Ring of steel at Christmas markets as councils plan to erect concrete bollards in pedestrianised areas to prevent Berlin-style terror attacks

The cost of Islam…

  • Dana Garcia

    Welcome to Merkelstan.

  • The Buddhist Butterfly


  • ontario john

    Were much more careful here in Sunny Ways Canada. Our prime minister always makes sure his holiday greetings don’t mention anything Christian in nature. Expect a Happy Winter Solstice greeting at Christmas. And breaking news from the CBC. The CBC is outraged that a campaign worker for Scheer worked for the Rebel Media. SCHEER IS HITLER!!! And the Conservative Party is full of Nazis.

  • Alain

    If you have a predatory bear in the area, you eliminate the dangerous bear and don’t attempt to deal with the problem by building barricades. Remove the problem from the land, and no need for barricades and all the rest.

    • canminuteman

      We don’t even do that with real bears any more. We live with them as long as we can, then we capture them and try to relocate them. In Canmore Alberta, when grizzlies come to town, they shut down the town until the bear leaves. At least grizzly bears, unlike muzzies are an endangered species.

  • canminuteman

    AT least they didn’t shut the Christmas markets down, to avoid offending their new overlords.

    • k2

      It’s only a matter of time (and demographics) before they do. Give it a decade, two at the most.

      • Bataviawillem

        Indeed it is a matter of time, the oktoberfest in Munich received only half of it normal visitors last year.
        It is not that people are really afraid to go there, it is just no more fun.

  • jayme

    Christmas will be gone altogether from many Western countries in a couple of decades, one suspects. It will be celebrated by a few in a similar manner to how Christians in muslim-majority nations currently celebrate it: quietly and largely in secret, out of fear of the religion of peace. Perhaps this will be a good thing in the sense that the only people truly remembering Christmas in places like Germany, Sweden and Canada, will be firm (and courageous) Christians. There won’t be many of them, though ….

  • Hard Little Machine

    It’s a kind of dhimmi tax, of sorts.

  • Dana Garcia

    “Bollard” was a new word to me that I had to look up following the immigration of certain diverse people.

  • DaninVan

    Wait…what?! All these years i thought the pommeys were saying ‘bollocks!’

  • Watchman

    The (Future) Christmas Song

    Christians roasting on a smashed car fire
    Muhammed stabbing at your neck (yeah)
    Allahu-Akbar being yelled by a gang
    And injured folks lying on the deck

    Everybody knows a turkey and some jihad tonight
    Help to cause the season’s fright
    Tiny tots with their dead eyes aglow
    We’ll find it hard to sleep tonight

    They know a car bomb is on its way
    He’s loaded lots of ANFO and other goodies on his truck
    And every mother’s child is going to spy
    To see if other children really know how to fly

    And so, I’m offering this simple phrase
    To infidels from one to ninety two
    Although it’s been said many times, many ways
    Merry Christmas to you

    To kids from one to ninety-two (yeah, yeah)
    Although it’s been said, many times, many ways
    Merry Christmas, merry Christmas (yeah), merry Christmas (oh no)
    Merry Christmas to you!

    – apologies to Bob Wells and Mel Tormé.

  • Weaklings, cowards and imbeciles.

    Why not just ban Christmas and get it over with?