Links and news for July 11 2013 – 3

1. Front page points out the grotesque and ugly hypocrisy of Time Magazine

3 faces of time

2. Canada’s #1 whacko lefty crypto-enviornmentlaist, David Suzuki, comes out hard core against immigration to Canada and gets clean away with it. Showing once again the double standards of Canada’s press. Had a conservative said this on CBC he would be burned in effigy and called every hot-button name that casts aspersions.

3. Libyan troops being trained at British base

4. Crowds clap and throw flowers as Lee Rigby procession passes: (H/T M)

Lee Rigby crowd shot day before funeral

5. Abu Qatada allowed to preach to other inmates in Jordanian prison.

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

4 Replies to “Links and news for July 11 2013 – 3”

  1. #1 I wonder how many people are seeing the covers and thinking Time is right?

    #2 If the immigration is Moslem I am against it, otherwise as long as the follow the laws to come in welcome, unlike the followers of Malthus I don’t see us running our of natural resources or losing the ability to feed our population.

  2. #1 Depending on the type of Hollywood Buddhist, I wonder how they process the Time Magazine hit piece? I thought the site peopleofshambhala.com or similar site ran a list of all the atrocities Islam inflict on Buddhists. There are certainly enough such atrocities to be reported on every month.

    So what is a good Hollywood Buddhist to do? Believe Time or believe Buddhist publications?

  3. What is this… Britain going nuts – so it seems…

    Pakistan party MQM: Police investigate claims it incited violence from London (BBC, July 11, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-23270213
    “Police in London are investigating one of Pakistan’s biggest political parties, the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) for possible money-laundering. The BBC understands that in raids on MQM-owned properties in London, police found hundreds of thousands of dollars of unaccounted-for cash. The party’s leader is Altaf Hussain, who lives in London in self-imposed exile. Officers are also investigating complaints alleging that Mr Hussain used his base in the UK to incite violence in Pakistan…”

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