“Gangster Islam,” a crime wave packing prisons and overtaking Europe, is a problem the mainstream media will not report. Ordinary Europeans — for fear of being called “racist” or even being imprisoned for “hate speech” — are afraid even to talk about it. Timon Dias, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Gatestone Institute, discusses the issue in our latest video:
Karl Lagerfeld: “Paris er et mareridt”
Jeg diskuterede netop med en veninde, at tage en septembertur til Paris. Jeg boede der i 70’erne og fik mit daglige tyrkiske bad i Grande Mosque nær Jardin des Plantes. Jeg kunne ikke svare hende, om Paris er så meget forandret til det værre, men jeg plejer ikke at være bange for noget, selvom jeg har været millimeter fra at være midt i et muslimsk terrorangreb. Selvbilledet af at være usårlig, har jeg stadig trods indfundne begivenheder. Hun må selv læse vurdere situationen her.
One of Paris’ most famous adopted sons Karl Lagerfeld has decried the French capital saying it is a different world to the city he began to call home in the 1950s. Having been heavily targeted by terrorists in the last 18 months, notably in November when 130 people were slaughtered by ISIS, Paris has gained a feeling of danger, said the fashion legend. ‘Paris by night is a nightmare now. It is not a cliché anymore,’ the 82-year-old at the helm of Chanel said.
When he first set eyes on the city, he told CNN the scene was idyllic, and that it looked like an old French movie. Fast-forward more than half a century and what Lagerfeld sees is very different. He condemned the weather, demonstrations and strikes, saying the Paris of today is like another world.’There was no feeling of danger, and not even a boy of 16 years old could not walk in the street,’ he said. ‘I must say, in my whole life I never saw Paris that gloomy.’ ‘Paris is a nightmare now. I lived in a world that no longer exists’: Fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld decries the French capital and says it now has a ‘feeling of danger’