British man held by Turkish police after woman on holiday was battered to a pulp for turning down sex

American women wouldn’t stand for this, this is why we have sooooo many women with conceal and carry permits!

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Emma Higginson, 35, suffered a fractured skull, eye socket and nose in the attack at her hotel and was left ‘barely recognisable’

She was left “barely recognisable” and her room’s sheets, walls and tiles were left covered in blood.

Police in Turkey have arrested Brit car salesman Declan Marshall, 27, in connection with the assault.

Speaking from her hospital bed in Marmaris, credit controller Emma — who has agreed to be named — told The Sun: “I want everyone to see what this man has done to me.

“My mum and sister could barely recognise me. I’m in so much pain.

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German police tell women to wear sneakers so they can outrun ‘refugees’

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More insanity from EU governments.

Instead of doing the sensible thing, which is to stem the tide of Muslim so-called “refugees” and “migrants” into their countries, EU governments resort to silly methods to prevent the sexual molestation of their women, such as:

Classes to teach the “migrants” that the proper way to treat European women — their hosts — is not to rape them;

• “Don’t Touch Me” bracelets for girls to wear; and

Magic temporary tattoos to protect girls from being molested in public pools.

The German federal police have come up with another brilliant idea — that women ditch high heels for sneakers so that they can outrun “asylum seekers”.

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Exposing The “Nazi” Epithet – Who Started It, Why, How, And Who Benefits

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‘As a German child growing up in a foreign country during the 60s, I was often called a “Nazi” by some of my peers when they learned that I was German. It was of course, simply ignorant repetition or “parroting” of what was said on TV in hundreds of TV shows, Hollywood movies, alleged ‘documentaries’, in newspaper and magazine articles, as well as in radio programs, not to mention classroom indoctrination, and probably by their parents too. The libraries, of course, were also full of books which spoke of “Nazis” (and still are). So to deny that there was ever such thing as a “Nazi”, to most people, would be akin to denying the moon-landing, or perhaps more accurately, like telling a frightened child that “no monster under the bed” or “no ghost in the closet”. And one would then not only be thought as a “Nazi”, but also a…

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What if the Nazis Won WWII and Took Over America?

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A new television series based on the novel The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick is soon to be released on Amazon video. The events depicted in the book, as well as the show, take place in 1962 in an alternative reality where the Nazis had won the Second World War and then along with the Japanese invaded and conquered America.
The pilot of the show has been available free for some time now, for promotional and screening purposes. Despite being visually well done, it is pretty awful. The world in it, of course, is shown to be a nightmarish dystopia, in line with the mainstream historical narrative that the Nazis were the most evil people who ever lived. Would things really be so bad if the allies had lost that war though, taking into account what, thanks to the internet, are now easily accessible facts about…

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Colombian child prostitution ring where 250 underage girls were branded with tattoos by their (((owners))) is smashed as madame who recruited them is arrested

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Police arrested 18 people after the girls were lured into coming the Colombian resort of Cartagena under the pretence of working as models there.

Among those detained was the alleged ‘Madame’ of the operation – Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello – and several unnamed Israelis who are believed to be the network’s ringleaders.

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