Subtle shifts in the narrative: Links post 2 for Oct. 26 – 2014

1. Popular left wing CBC host Jian Ghomeshi is let go by the CBC due to unspecified information obtained by the public broadcaster. Jian to sue for 50 million.

2. I have heard many times about SNL sketches purported to mock Obama or his policies only to discover on watching them that they were really more of a warm hug, the way good friends might tease each other and then place any real blame or criticism on Geroge W. Bush or the Republican party at the end. This however, is pretty clearly a jab at Obama, and right before the mid terms as well. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time in 6 years that the show has actually done what political satirists are supposed to do with whoever is in power. It is both shocking and pleasing that they finally got around to it, but if you compare this to what they did to Sarah Palin, overall SNL are water boys for the Obama admin and there is no escaping that.

3. ‘Ground Zero mosque’ faces eviction from rich condo board

(Summary: Muslims planned from the start to flagrantly violate the terms of the lease and then claim racism when they are held to the same standards as anyone else in the world)

4. More footage of the march against islamism in Germany today. I should have a translated version of this one soon

5. ‘I’ve been raped 30 times and it’s not even lunchtime’: Desperate plight of Yazidi woman who begged West to bomb her brothel after ISIS militants sold her into sex slavery

(This is from Oct. 21. I may have posted it before)

6. ‘Nightmare’: Qatar Was Elected to the U.N. Human Rights Council, but That Could Be Just the Beginning

(Qatar seems to be more and more in the headlines in a bad way these days)

Qatar has been accused of financially supporting radical opposition groups in Syria and Iraq and has allowed private fundraising for Al Qaeda, the Islamic State group and other jihadist organizations. The reported extensive Qatari terrorist connections were surveyed in the New Republic earlier this month.

7. Christian school claims it faces closure for failing to invite imams to assembly in line with new government policy promoting ‘British values’

A Christian school which claims it could face closure for failing to invite imams and other religious leaders to take assemblies has urged the government to revise controversial ‘British values’ rules.

Trinity Christian School has been told by Ofsted it is not adequately meeting the ‘spiritual, moral, social and cultural development’ of pupils.

This is because it is not ‘actively’ promoting other faiths in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal in Birmingham, by asking different religious representatives to lead lessons and assemblies.

John Charles, chairman of governors at the small, co-educational independent school in Reading, has now written to Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, appealing for the new regulations to be reviewed.

(Yet another sterling example of how measures taken in response to Islamic infiltration, subversion and terrorism inevitably work towards Islamic goals and advance the decline of all opposition and other cultures and religions. Canada appears to be using the same kind of thinking in the wake of the 2 attacks last week)


Thank you Maria J., M., Carpe Diem, Don C. and many more.

About Eeyore

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

4 Replies to “Subtle shifts in the narrative: Links post 2 for Oct. 26 – 2014”

  1. 1. Popular left wing CBC host Jian Ghomeshi is let go by the CBC due to unspecified information obtained by the public broadcaster. Jian to sue for 50 million.

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