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Two-thirds Of Sub-Saharan Africa’s 1.1 Billion People Want To Migrate To The EU, U.S.

I’m a white South African.

If they succeed, they will take everything from you and will give you nothing. The African mind and the white liberal is a dangerous combination. Look at my country.

Years of leftists propaganda and revised history and today the liberal West says we deserve to be tortured and killed.

You have to fight this. For the love of all things good you are still the majority, do something before you become us.

Google’s ‘secret’ smart city on Toronto’s waterfront sparks row

Ever since a Google-affiliated company announced that it would be building a “smart city” on the Toronto waterfront, rumours have swirled about what kinds of futuristic tech might be in store.

Would there be flying cars like in the Jetsons? Teleportation like in Star Trek? And more importantly, in light of Cambridge Analytica’s misuse of millions of Facebook users’ data, what would the company be doing with all the user information it collects?

Sympathy for white Austin bomber stirs debate about race

When a law enforcement official described a cellphone recording left by the Austin serial bomber as “the outcry of a very challenged young man,” the remark caused an outcry of its own.

Because the bomber was white, some people almost immediately questioned whether the same level of compassion would have been afforded a person of color.

For many observers and activists, the comments about Mark Anthony Conditt were just the latest example in which a white suspect seemed to receive an injection of humanity that is less often extended to blacks, Muslims and others.

University turns frat into ‘safe space for black students’

Following the permanent suspension of a Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) fraternity, the school is converting the newly-vacant fraternity house into a “safe space for black students.”

In February, an AR-15 rifle and a handgun were found in the WUSTL Phi Delta Theta fraternity house and a nearby vehicle respectively, prompting the permanent suspension of the organization from campus, and opening up a vacancy in fraternity House 5.

Shortly thereafter, Matthew Wallace, a staff writer for the online student publication Student Life, penned an op-ed titled, “Turn fraternity housing over to minorities and women.”

MALCOLM: Trudeau still owes us an explanation over Atwal

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau owes Canadians an explanation as to how convicted Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal ended up in his entourage in India.

Instead of being up front and honest, the Trudeau government has gone to great lengths to mislead Canadians at every twist and turn of this ongoing scandal. The theatrics in Ottawa over the past 24 hours shows us just how far Trudeau will go to cover for himself and to hide his troubling relationships with extremists.