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Refugee Rapists – Tax on Guns

Refugee Rapists – Tax on Guns

Rape and child abuse ‘are rife in German refugee camps’: Unsegregated conditions blamed as women are ‘seen as fair game’ in overcrowded migrant centres

Abuses said to be taking place among 5,000 migrants at camp in Giessen
Fear the number of unreported rapes and sexual assaults is significant
It may be taking place at overcrowded refugee centres across the country

Muslims say they will make it legal to rape white women when they take over Europe
According to an editorial comment in the German newspaper Westfalen-Blatt, police are refusing to go public about crimes involving refugees and migrants because they do not want to give legitimacy to critics of mass migration. As a result, one recent rape was hushed up the the police for nearly three months, leaving other potential victims ignorant of the danger.

Europe’s Rape Epidemic: Western Women Will Be Sacrificed At The Altar Of Mass Migration

Bill Introduced In Congress To Tax Gun Sales, Require Stolen Guns To Be Reported

According to the National Rifle Association (NRA), Americans have acquired over 170 million new firearms since 1991. While it’s tough to pinpoint the number of guns currently in the U.S., a 2012 Congressional Research Service suggests that the number hit 310 million in 2009.

A U.S. Congresswoman believes that those numbers present a unique opportunity to reduce gun violence. Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-NY) has announced the introduction of a bill “aimed at reducing the number of guns in circulation, bolstering anti-violence and mental health programs and addressing the issue of lost and stolen firearms.”

The bill, H.R. 3830, dubbed the “Reducing Gun Violence in our Neighborhoods Act of 2015″ would impose a $100 federal tax on the sales of guns. The proceeds from the tax would be distributed by the Justice Department and then funnelled to mental health and anti-violence programs.

Twins in Georgia Cant get drivers License

Twin sisters attempting to apply for driving permits have exposed a flaw in facial-recognition software used by the state of Georgia. The program couldn’t tell the young women apart, so it decided they were the same person.

The Georgia Department of Drivers Services’ (DDS) program, designed to protect against fraudulent driver’s license applicants, would not accept the separate identities of Alicia and Alicen Kennedy, of eastern Georgia. The 15-year-old sisters were attempting to get their learner’s permits, which would allow them to drive a car with a licensed adult over the age of 21. Those with learner’s permits can apply for full driving privileges on their sixteenth birthdays.

The specialized camera could not pick up the minor differences in their appearances, the Kennedy sisters told WJBF.

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