German Jewish Leader Warns That Jews May Require Police Protection As Anti-Semitism Escalates
Former president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Charlotte Knobloch claims that Jews are increasingly under threat in public and may require police protection to lead a normal life without harassment and violence.
Ms Knobloch, who is now the President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, said that Jews are increasingly under threat, Die Welt reports.
“Aggressive anti-Semitism, from verbal hostility on the Internet and in the analogue world to desecration and destruction to physical attacks are commonplace in Germany,” she said.
Trump’s War on Regulations: More Than 1,500 Withdrawn, Delayed or Under Review, Plus $570 Million in Savings
Shortly after being elected president, Donald Trump signed an executive order directing all federal agencies to find two regulations to cut for every new one issued. Agencies also were asked to pay for new regulatory costs by eliminating existing rules.
In December, Trump said the goals set out in that executive order had not only been met but exceeded.
“We blew our target out of the water,” Trump said, noting that his administration had eliminated 22 regulations for every new one put in place.
Ontarians suffering because of Wynne’s hydro legacy
As we enter 2018, here’s a legacy from her past four years as Ontario’s premier that Kathleen Wynne would prefer no one talk about.
It’s that since she became premier in February, 2013, there’s been a 19% increase in residential hydro disconnections, a 28% increase in hydro accounts in arrears and a 40% hike in customer debt owed to provincial electricity distributors.
Palestinians recall envoy to US
The Palestinians have announced they are recalling their envoy to the United States for “consultations”, weeks after President Trump recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he would not accept any US peace plan in the wake of Mr Trump’s move.
Canada replacing its population a case of willful ignorance, greed, excess political correctness
According to University of London professor Eric Kaufmann, almost seven out of 10 Vancouver residents will be “visible minorities” within two decades and 80 per cent of the Canadian population (compared to 20 per cent today) will be non-white in less than century.
Kaufmann notes that, with its continuing high immigration intake and the fact that four out of five newcomers are visible minorities, Canada is undergoing the fastest rate of ethnic change of any country in the Western world.