News links for Dec. 21 2013 – 2

1. NYC cabbies willing to pay parking fines for prayer sessions in inappropriate places.

(It stuns me that these reporters let these people get away with such a rhetorical definition of the term, ‘Have to’. Can anyone off-white now make up a thing they want to do for whatever reasons and then demand to be exempt from all local laws and regulations? How long will it be till muslims are either exempted from parking regs during prayer times or special areas will be given them all over the city to pull over and arse lift? My guess is not long. The critical thing to remember is, No. They do not “have to” pray no matter what. They choose to do this over other things at this time. If thats the case then let them find a job where they can do that. But do not expect the rest of us to pay for it anymore than a Rastafarian should expect us to pay for his dope)

2. This Canadian-Sikh member of Parliament makes a good case against the proposed Quebec charter for secularism in the work place. Except for one thing. The definition of “where it interferes with the job” clearly is subject to his interpretation. I have demonstrated many times that the turban and other Sikh apparel should never have been allowed with the RCMP uniform. But somehow to him, confusing the symbol of the federal police force of Canada with any kind of highly supremacist religious symbols often at war with other groups of people who also live in Canada does not interfere with the job)

3. Utterly vicious robbers jailed for over 40 years.

4. Sweden removes classical painting of nudes in the national legislature in order to not offend muslims.

5. New secret justice scandal: Pakistani student forces woman with mental age of seven to have his baby – so he can stay in the UK

6. Lee Rigby killer’s activist has passport confiscated: Head of Islamic pressure group stopped at Heathrow Airport amid claims of terrorism

He was told that it was ‘not in  the public interest’ for him to keep his passport as the Home Office suspected him of being involved in terrorist activities following his visit to Syria last year.

The move came two days before Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale were convicted. Mr  Begg’s group, CagePrisoners, had been working closely with Adebolajo and his family.

7. India tribute billboard fail!

Thank you Fjordman, Bear, UK Pete, GoV and all!

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

6 Replies to “News links for Dec. 21 2013 – 2”

  1. Libya – DEC 22 2013 – At least 7 killed in suicide attack near Benghazi: officials

    BENGHAZI: A suicide bomber rammed an explosives-packed vehicle into a security checkpoint outside the restive city of Benghazi in eastern Libya on Sunday, killing at least seven people, witnesses and security sources said.

    The attack left body parts strewn around the area, said Moetez al-Agouri, a police officer at the post, and the death toll was likely to rise as the authorities identified them.

    “Seven bodies among the victims have been identified but some other bodies were torn to pieces by the explosion,” said Agouri, who was working at the checkpoint at the time but escaped injury.

    Eight people including civilians were wounded in the attack on the checkpoint 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of Benghazi and were taken to hospital in the nearby town of Tokra, Agouri said

  2. #2

    ‘Violence against women includes controlling what they can wear AND WHAT THEY CAN’T.’

    You would like to tell School Board Chairwoman Suzanne Stein Day to get out more, and to think it would make a difference if she did, but the sad truth is that it probably would not. Her indoctrination is too complete. It’s at Muslim levels with these people. Travel doesn’t help. Working in Muslim countries doesn’t help. Ms. Stein Day could teach in Afghanistan for ten years and return to Canada with the same stupid views. Here is her country cousin ‘Christie’ in the comments:

    ‘I was thrilled to move to the city for a few years and experience other cultures. I love learning about their traditions and beliefs because they were different than mine. And the conclusion that I came to was that no matter where you live, people are just people.’

    That’s right, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, we’re all ‘just people.’ ‘There are good and bad in every group.’ Is there violence against women in Afghanistan? Well there’s violence against women in Canada too. In fact in Canada it’s worse! And it’s racist to think otherwise.

  3. #1Islamic doctrine clearly states that if a muslim cannot pray at the specific times, then they are to make that time up at a later point. Simple FACT. There is no obligation to pray at all at certain times. Any Muslim who says so is a liar, or ignorant. Take your pick…

  4. # 4 the latest in the “Sweden Is Finished” series. The first “civil war” in Europe, anyone? Let’s see… Most journals present this as an attempt to appease feminists first, then muslims as a tag-along. But we all know the truth. If they were doing it for women, they would have done it many years ago.

  5. “How long will it be till muslims are either exempted from parking regs during prayer times ”

    This is already the case in England. Parking patrols disappear from muslims areas for around 2 hours at prayer times. It happens with such regularity that it can only be coordinated. I can see a mosque from my office window, and despite there being umpteen illegally parked cars at prayer times, I’ve never once seen a parking patrol there. Throughout the day, the parking patrols will pass by about every 2 hours. Just never during prayer times.

  6. CAR Christians Massacred: More Than 1,000 killed In A Span Of 2 Days By Muslim Rebels

    At least 1,000 people were killed in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, in just two days of violence earlier this month, according to Amnesty International. The figure is significantly higher than an earlier UN estimate.

    Seleka, a Muslim-militia outfit, ousted Christian President Francois Bozize in March and installed their leader Michel Djotodia as the country’s interim president.

    This sparked a sectarian conflict as Anti-Balaka, the Christian militias loyal to Bozize, raided Muslim neighbourhoods and killed about 60 Muslim men.

    Following this, Seleka’s men unleashed retaliatory attacks, killing 1,000 people in Bangui.

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