(This cannot be good)
A United Nations vehicle carrying radioactive materials was stolen in Mexico Monday while traveling to a radioactive waste storage center from the northern city of Tijuana.
2. New Mohamed art exhibition in Stockholm (I begin to really really appreciate lars Vilks)
(Is it the brutal racist black gang killings of white people causing a vigilante backlash or the government and media refusing to call it what it is and applying a vicious double standard against the law abiding that evokes a loss of a social contract? Frankly its a no brainer)
According to a story from the New York Daily News, Kenan Adams-Kindard and Demetrius Glenn, both 16, accused of murdering Delbert Belton in Spokane, WA are now in protective custody because of a bounty placed on their heads. The hunters have become the hunted.
In case you don’t recall, Mr Belton was the 88-year-old US Army World War II veteran who survived Okinawa, only to be – allegedly — beaten to death outside his car in the parking lot of a city ice rink in August.
Britain’s reputation for turning a blind eye on the illegal practice of female genital mutilation may be about to change after British doctors, nurses and midwifes decided to take a stand and demand it be treated as child abuse.
Earlier this month, leading British medical groups delivered an extensive report to Parliament, recommending aggressive steps to eradicate the practice, which is still being carried out on young girls from certain African, Middle Eastern and Asian cultures
(As expected, CBC and the UK decide to be actually racist to avoid being called racist for pointing at Islam as the problem here. Because the exact same racial groups that do this, also do not do this if they are Christian or Animist or anything but Muslim and typically an Imam is present or does the procedure)
Thank you Fjordman, M, Taffy in Canada, Richard and Bear. More to come.