Dec 21, 2015

Germans Scramble To Buy Weapons Amid Nationwide Spike In Migrant-Driven Crime | Zero Hedge

"Things took off beginning in September. Since then, our dealers have been totally overrun. We have never experienced anything like this in the 21 years of our corporate history. Fear: This is not rational. The important term is: 'refugee crisis'."

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