Links and news for July 18 2013 – 1

1. A TEENAGE boy has told a court how he was raped by a taxi driver who offered him a lift home. UK

2. Dawkins and Murray take on a Muslim woman who is demanding the end of freedom of speech when it comes to offending mustards.To be clear. The only value of freedom of speech is to use it to undermine irrational authority in any way possible. If we make an exception for Islam or religion at all, then there is no point in having it whatsoever.

Feb 2 2013 part 2/2

3. Imam uses Jerusalem podium to call for destruction of U.S. (I have the video of this, and sent it out days ago to a few potential translators. I haven’t heard back yet but I am still hopeful to be able to present the original speech here. I am reliably informed certain lines were crossed and certain understandings may no longer be in force.)

4. FBI Director Robert Mueller reluctantly acknowledged FBI counterterrorism training materials have been purged of references to “jihad” and “Islam” and that counterterrorism agents have been restricted from doing undercover investigations at mosques.

5. Norway does wishy washy comment on Dubai jailing of rape victim. the Foreign Ministry said the verdict was “highly problematic” from a human rights perspective.” (If I were a Norwegian woman at this stage, I would be thinking of trying to get to anywhere else as a potential refugee as this ‘condemnation’ is so qualified)

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

10 Replies to “Links and news for July 18 2013 – 1”

  1. #5

    I hear that these days, she would be NEARLY as likely to get raped in Norway as in Dubai, and by the same kind of ‘people’ … or am I thinking of Sweden?…or Denmark?…hmmmm

    Anyway, I do think, while “they” say that the killings by Anders Behring Breivik were “inspired” by people like Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller, Geert Wilders and even our former conservative prime minister, John Howard, I think “they” would be well advised to look for Breivik’s “inspiration” closer to home…say in Norway to prevent another act of such madness.

  2. Peter Thatchel gets things won on who stopped slavery

    1. Slavery was stopped by devout Christians

    2. As far as Galileo is concerned, the pope even encouraged Galileo to publish his book. However, Galileo turned that permission to turn his book into a dialogue between the pope and himself, making the pope out to be simpleton.

    What is also not mentioned that the secular government we have today in the West is because Christians campaigned for it, and was executed by the state
    for his pains.

  3. The bishop said ‘ if we want to share this country’. I don’t want to share this country with people whose religion essentially sees me and mine as inferior. Just because I can talk to someone in bombay or get my spice from malaysia does not make me a citizen of the world. My culture is mine and on the whole better than theirs. You can’t share what is not yours to give away. Knob!

  4. Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo has been attacked in Belmarsh prison, south-east London, the Ministry of Justice has said.

    Police are investigating the assault, which took place on Wednesday.

    It is understood Mr Adebolajo has lost his two front teeth and has since been undergoing medical treatment.

    Mr Adebolajo, from Romford, east London, is one of two men accused of murdering Drummer Rigby outside Woolwich barracks on 22 May.

  5. 2-Trust the BBC to invite Peter Tatchell in the audience.He is your typical Frankfurt School Marxist who said.:

    ‘While it may be impossible to condone paedophilia, it is time society acknowledged the truth that not all sex involving children is unwanted, abusive and harmful.’

    In other words if sex with a 9 year old is consensual then that’s OK.

  6. #4 Obama and the obots have been busy purging the US military, intelligence and police agencies of all knowledge of Islam and the violence committed by Moslems. His actions are hurting the US and the cause of freedom in the world. We are going to have to fight very hard to prevent his damage from becoming a fatal blow to civilization.

  7. There are many who think that St Paul sanctioned slavery. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    At the time of St Paul, Christians were the most persecuted people in the Roman empire. Slaves by comparison were treated well. Who would mistreat a slave? First, not everyone could afford slaves. Slaves were expensive, and treated well for the time, or they would be of limited use.

    Christians on the other hand , were persecuted by everyone. Yes everyone – Romans, Pagans, Greeks, Jews, Zoroastrians- you name it.. This was a religion that believed in loving everyone, even their enemies, unlike at the best “eye for an eye” political and religious ideologies.

    For this, they were treated as game, fit for the sporting arena, to be hunted down by soldiers , or as sport, and feeding wild beasts.

    Imagine the trauma that a mother would undergo, tied to a stake, as she sees her children torn apart and eaten by lions or wolves. Not even the Nazis did this to the Jews – i.e.,treated them as sport for the masses.

    Peter Tatchell is ignorant of the roots of his civilisation. It is a pity.

    Still, one has to pray for him and Richard Dawkins. Richard Dawkins is an animal behaviour psychologist or something. It really is not right or true that he should comport himself as a scientist. I’m with Ernest Rutherford** on this one.

    Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson OM FRS[1] (30 August 1871 – 19 October 1937) was a New Zealand-born physicist and chemist who became known as the father of nuclear physics.[2] He is considered the greatest experimentalist since Michael Faraday (1791–1867).[2]

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