2. Excellent video from an Arab exposing the utter lunacy of the BDS movement
Kellie Leitch, the federal Status of Women Minister who is also an orthopedic surgeon, uses her experience in the operating room to explain the delicate reasons for the government’s special funding announcement Thursday to combat “honour” crimes in Canada’s Muslim community.
“Not every broken elbow is the same and I take a different approach in the operating room to fixing certain types of fractures of the elbow depending on what might need to be addressed,” she said in an interview Thursday.
“And I think we see those differences amongst ethno-cultural groups as well,” she said, noting different communities often deal with different family violence issues.
“They are different amongst different ethnic groups; they are different amongst different cultural groups. They require, sometimes, a different approach.”
Whenever his name came up in conversations, the response was always that he was one of ours, that we leave no man behind and we must get him back. Having him remain in the hands of the enemy was an insult to the code of honor that is so much a part of the military culture. When we got him back, we’d address those questions, not before. Now, the gloves are off. Now, the truth can come out. Yes, this will be painful for his family but they have been given every consideration until now. And they have always known he was, at least initially, a willing participant in his capture.
What we do with our freedom is another thing. Apple has just bought Dr. Dre’s earphone company for $3.2 billion, making the rapper one of the country’s wealthiest men. One presumes that the selling point of his earphones is not their superior technical characteristics but their association with Dre’s rapping, which is too disgusting to illustrate on this site; readers may satisfy their prurient curiosity here. Dre raps about drug use, rape, pimping and violence: he is a repulsive degenerate whom a healthy society would excrete and forget. Dre’s $3.2 billion score gauges the popularity of evocations of rape and murder.