French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has promised that nationalist parties will do “the maximum” to block further EU integration if they make gains in May’s European elections. “I don’t expect anything from the European system except that it explodes,” she told journalists in Paris.
(Another excellent reason to vote Le Pen. If she doesn’t get in, France will elect a genuine strong man down the road. This is a historical likelihood)
The ferment over the Parti Quebecois’ proposed secular values charter will only deepen as the minority PQ government launches hearings into the legislation this week.
National Assembly MNAs are expected to get about 250 submissions when they begin hearings Tuesday on Bill 60, CTV News reports.
The legislation, whose most contentious element would bar public-sector employees from wearing religious symbols such as head coverings, crosses and stars of David, has driven a deep wedge into Quebec society. (mediocre Video at site)
3. BBC spends over 20,000£ to cover up meeting on how to shape opinion on climate change. (That pretty much tells you all you need to know about it IMO)
“It seems clear that this seminar was a means of exposing executives to green propaganda.”
But the BBC insisted the conference was just one of a series of seminars staged about topical issues.
It also said that the battle against FOI disclosure was made in line with a policy to keep “information relating to the creation of journalism” out of the public eye.
The Israeli air force retaliated to Palestinian rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip on Monday, hitting sites used by militants after rockets were fired from the territory near the end of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s funeral.
An astounding 160,000 soldiers and 200,000 policemen were expected to deploy across Egypt on Tuesday and Wednesday to guard polling stations and voters following months of violence that authorities have blamed on Islamic militants. Supporters of Mohammed Morsi, the Islamist president ousted in a coup last summer, have said they would stage massive demonstrations and boycott the vote on a new constitution.
(This article needs to be read. It is a questionable-to-say-the-least exercise in voting)
The conduct of the two accused amounted to “a systematic campaign of terror perpetrated by the persons sought against Jassi and Mithu in order to end their marriage and restore the family’s honour,” Strachan told B.C. Supreme Court Justice Gregory Fitch.
Jassi Sidhu and her husband, Sukhwinder (Mithu) Sidhu, were attacked near a small village in the Punjab on June 8, 2000. He survived but her body was found several days later.
8. Here is a site worth having a look at. I don’t know the people and cannot verify the information but there is nothing any more outrageous than we see about islam every day everywhere else. This site focuses on India.
Here is a video from that site on the murder of Hindus who had voted.
Thank you M, Richard, Fjordman and all. More to come most likely.