Dominican President Shows "Soft Hand" in Refusing to Set-up Checkpoints Outside Supermarkets

The President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, is often accused of cowardice by netizens of the island, who derisively refer to him as "Danilo Gallina," or Danilo the Chicken.

After years of getting hounded by the US ambassador to the country on everything from gay marriage to open borders, Mr. Medina finally stood up to for himself and the country, publicly rebutting accusations made by Ambassador Brewster that the Dominican Republic was becoming and even bigger "drug bridge."

Mr. Medina caused a shockwave on the internet when he told the media that if the Dominican Republic was a drug bridge, then the US was a "ten-lane highway."

Nonetheless, America's ambassador yields extreme influence in a small country that the US twice invaded and occupied in the 20th century, with the State Department recently putting pressure on the Dominican Electoral Commission to grant birth certificates to the children of undocumented migrants by taking away the US visa of the Commission's President, Roberto Rosario. 

In the same interview with Noticias SIN during which he made the offending remarks on the DR increasingly becoming a drug bridge, Ambassador Brewster also claimed that corruption was overtaking the Dominican Republic. 

Having a public spat. EnterateRD
Mr. Medina asked Mr. Brewster to point out the specific cases of corruption which went ignored, and today Sunday he has received a response from the ambassador: "We hope to continue collaborating."

Essentially, the US Embassy in Santo Domingo will continue putting pressure on the Dominican government to legalize the child of anyone who pops into the DR, and Mr. Brewster will cry "corruption" if the country's immigration agents begin setting up checkpoints and enforcing the decisions of the people's courts.

Until we see undocumented immigrants being deported, we'll know that this latest kerfuffle is nothing more than rhetoric on the part of the Dominican president. Mr. Medina is only in charge of some aspects of the Dominican government; he's still too reluctant to wrestle the Ambassador for control of immigration, and until he does so, the Dominican Republic will continue being nothing more than America's back-beach.

Charcoal: The New Cocaine

Francisco Dominguez Brito, the Dominican Minister of the Environment who up until recently served as the country's top prosecutor, announced that charcoal smugglers would be treated with the same severity as cocaine traffickers. 

Has declared war on charcoal smugglers. MetroRD
Mr. Dominguez Brito declared that environmental authorities would implement a strict tracking system, with charcoal bags no longer permitted to be shipped around the island without identification tags.

The Dominican Republic, which shares the island of Hispaniola with deforested Haiti, provides a large quantity of the clandestine charcoal used to power the kitchens of countless Haitian citizens. The collapse of Haiti as a functional state over a decade ago has sped up the damage on the Dominican side, with some fearing that not taking a harsh line could lead the full-blown ecological suicide of the entire island. 

The movement of charcoal around the island will now be regulated as strongly as biological weapons, with a government-approved company filing a route report before anything gets on a truck. These trucks will only be allowed to move around the island during daylight hours; anyone caught with charcoal at night will be breaking the law. 

Though the new measures will likely make charcoal more expensive, Dominican netizens have thus far decried them as "toothless." Top commenters have asked for charcoal smugglers to be "carbonized" as an example to any who would think of getting into the business.

Only White Kid in Dutch School Brutally Bullied and Driven Out

13-year-old Mees couldn't take it anymore. His classmates consistently called him "cheesehead," "cuntdutchie," and fully excluded him during recess. Eventually Mees knew he had to go, that he was no longer welcome in some parts of his own country.

Mees told RTL News that he's happy to start at his new school next week, where he won't be the only white student, and where he hopes he won't be bullied anymore. 

Mees further told RTL that most of his classmates didn't even speak Dutch, preferring instead to exclusively communicate in Moroccan or Turkish.

According to Mees' father, Peter van der Lichte, the school was brand new and appeared to be the best option for Mees, but that none of the administrators informed him that his son would be the only white child studying there.

White Dutch speakers not welcome. © Abreu Report
Peter was the type of father who didn't research race statistics before deciding which school to send his kid to, and his son may now be traumatized until he settles in at his new school. 

What happened to Mees, however, is not something that uniquely takes place in Amsterdam North; more schools in the Netherlands are increasingly off-limits to white students.

The Netherlands was once known for tolerance, but it is increasingly coming to be known for its no-go zones, segregated schools, and rapidly-changing demographics that will render the country unrecognizable in a generation or two. In fact, some parts already resemble the South Bronx, and unemployed youths of sub-Saharan ancestry can be seen playing basketball on the streets during working hours, an urban experience which is often enhanced with people being shot to death at night, as happened several times last week in the once-restive capital city of less than one million inhabitants.

Mass Rape: The New European Reality as Police Are Afraid of Investigating Arab Suspects

The situation is so dire in Europe that an Arab individual can break into the home of a US citizen, steal a US passport to demand money in exchange for it, and the person who is indicted is the US citizen leaseholder for having the audacity to file a police report. In fact, you can fully expect the police in Europe today to use the police report you file as evidence against you -- a police report which at first they will refuse to let you file -- while the Arab guy continues to break into homes and maybe rape. 

The natural course of things.
The police in Europe long ago decided that breaking and entering and theft of US government property are lesser offenses than maybe accessorizing the cultivation of cannabis. You may discover that there is no tolerance for crimes of poverty by a non-Arab, but a crime of greed by an Arab is overlooked as "the natural course of things."

You may even discover that the detective in charge of the case will ask the US citizen if the citizen of the terror state who came into unlawful possession of US government property "doesn't just want his money."

You may even discover that the policewoman in charge of the case will falsify a statement against the US citizen, to make sure that the Arab is protected. 

And, more shockingly, you may even learn that the prosecutor will tell the court, in her closing statement, that the citizen of the terror state "just wanted his money."

At the end of the day, it's maybe not even the Arab guy who's responsible for breaking and entering and stealing US passports, it's the system that enables him and which uses him as an agent which is at fault.

The police in Europe are not afraid of investigating Christian suspects, but they're terrified of going after atheist, heavy-smoking Arabs/Kurds. And maybe this is merely a glimpse of how the system works, but if a man can feel so confident in knowing that the police will not go after him for committing crimes against a Christian, what does that say for European women without an international voice?

If crimes against a Yale graduate can be covered up, they will certainly be covered up in your case.

In my very own case, a cousin was groped by a foreigner. Nothing was done, and she was made to feel the victim. Naturally, European law means that heavy censorship hides the truth and the perpetrators can continue attacking without hassle.

By: Michael Eìne