Links and news for July 4 2013 – 3

1. Teenage gap-year student was knifed to death in the street in broad daylight by a ‘sniggering stranger’ (This has nothing to do with islam in England of course. The solution is that at birth, all people should be given a government approved serial numbered spork that they use and keep with them for life and then goes back to the state upon death. That way we can implement knife control)

2. No more beards! (Egypt)

3. David Wood on what is Islam. (Back to basics)

4. This morning, Rob Snow was hosting Ottawa’s Lowell Green show on CFRA and one of the subjects was the attempted terror attack in British Colombia on Canada Day July 1 2013. A caller I have heard before on the subject of Islam and terror called in.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “Links and news for July 4 2013 – 3”

  1. #1 ” Imran Hussain laughed as he ran to his car and drove away from the scene”

    Obviously Imran was disadvantaged. That is why he had a car! Or that is is what a liberal/progressive or mentally challenged person would tell us.

  2. the thing I like about the New York Papers (New York Daily) & the British papers is that there are lots of pictures.

    Apparently, it is extremely hard to get pictures of a perp including their mugshot.

  3. OT: Rebel jihadists in Syria systematically rape 15-year-old Christian girl.

    “The commander of the battalion “Jabhat al-Nusra” in Qusair took Mariam, married and raped her. Then he repudiated her. The next day the young woman was forced to marry another Islamic militant. He also raped her and then repudiated her. The same trend was repeated for 15 days, and Mariam was raped by 15 different men. This psychologically destabilized her and made her insane. Mariam, became mentally unstable and was eventually killed.”

    The US, and its junior ally the UK, have become the main enemy of Christianity. There will be a price to pay for this, as no one can avoid God’s judgment.

  4. Further thoughts on Robert Spencer and Pamella Gellerv being refused admission to the UK

    In times of national emergency, war, etc., subversive speech has been historically circumscribed in the UK as well as the US.

    One can argue thus, that the British government believes that we are at war. If so, then one can also argue, that while conducting war operations in Muslim countries, it is best to keep the internal situation as calm as possible. The last thing one wants when conducting war operations abroad, is to have a serious domestic insurgency at home.

    This may explain why the Home Secretary refused admission to Robert Spencer and Pamella Geller.

    It also follows that once we, i.e., the US and the UK, are out of Afghanistan, the winds are likely to change.

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