This is posted in established leftist media in America.
>Though there were similar incidents from Hamburg to Helsinki, the authorities at first played down the assaults, lest they prove inconvenient for Angela Merkel’s policy of mass asylum for refugees.
>With the current migration, though, we’re in uncharted territory. The issue isn’t just that immigrants are arriving in the hundreds of thousands rather than the tens of thousands. It’s that a huge proportion of them are teenage and twentysomething men.
>If you believe that an aging, secularized, heretofore-mostly-homogeneous society is likely to peacefully absorb a migration of that size and scale of cultural difference, then you have a bright future as a spokesman for the current German government. You are also a fool.
>It means that Angela Merkel must go — so that her country, and the continent it bestrides, can avoid paying too high a price for her high-minded folly.
How is this allowed to be published? You wouldn't see this in any established media in Europe, conservative, liberal, leftist or not.
Douthat is a conservative columnist
It's an established practice for newspapers to have at least one representative from the opposite side of political spectrum in the opinion section
Even in Slovakia
>It's an established practice for newspapers to have at least one representative from the opposite side of political spectrum in the opinion section
That's the thing though, not in Sweden or Germany.
All our newspapers are the same and say the same thing. It was especially noticeable during this Köln-thing where they all had articles that were more or less copies of each other filled with damage-control.
>Ross Gregory Douthat (/ˈdaʊθæt/; born November 28, 1979) is a conservative American author, blogger and New York Times columnist. Douthat is the youngest regular op-ed writer in the New York Times. He joined the Times in April 2009, replacing Bill Kristol as a conservative voice on the Times editorial page.
Pretty based t b h. I wonder how a man raised in San Francisco and educated at Harvard can leave with his conservative values intact.
They're not based, but they certainly look so in comparison to the shitshow you twats are running in Europe.
It's funny cause apparently the German media is very critical of Australia's immigration policy (ie: that we actually have one). They should keep their retarded cúckoldry and suicidal tendencies to themselves.
Americans are experienced with hybrid wars, where refugees are one of the weapons used to destabilise the targets.
However, the EU is being destabilized right now and this is a huge risk for the US as the assault against Russia would crumble. It would prove the Russian coalition superior.
>Jamel Saltne, a Finnish-speaking Iraqi, said that from what he had seen on Arabic social media, police had wrongly portrayed events.
>"What happened was not the result of an action planned in advance," he told the Telegraph. "It was totally expected that young men would go to the centre of the capital as that is the best place to celebrate New Year's Eve."
>"I'm not accusing the police of racism, but maybe they have received complaints intended to smear people."
That's completely plausible, especially when we look at it in the context of other New Year's Eve attacks. Just a coincidence. How many cities did this happen again?