About Eeyore

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

9 Replies to “Moroccan born mayor of Rotterdam tells intolerant anti-West muslims where to get off.”

    • I would also want to leave the area even though I am not Jewish,
      Who can you sell your business to or, should you just consider it a total loss and leave?

  1. You know what? Too little too late pal. The city of Rotterdam
    has been taken over. Your platitudes are falling on deaf ears.
    Rotterdam is a huge no go asylum for muslims.

  2. The death-cult ideology that France prefers not to name

    Of course Hollande didn’t want Netanyahu in Paris. The Israeli PM annoyingly insists on speaking about the dangers of Islamist jihad — the murderous ideology that many of those 3.5 million marchers desperately didn’t want to talk about

    However improbable this may sound, it seems clear that French President Francois Hollande did not want the prime minister of the world’s only Jewish state to attend a rally organized in at least partial solidarity with a Jewish community that had just seen four of its members gunned down.

  3. Schools face ‘places breaking point’ (BBC, Jan 13, 2015)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/education-30780126

    “The cost of creating places for the 880,000 extra pupils expected in England by 2023 could push schools to breaking point, council leaders warn.

    The Local Government Association fears the crunch on school places could soon reach a tipping point with no more space or money to extend schools.

    The LGA wants the government to fully fund the cost of all the extra places, calculated to run to £12bn.

    Ministers said the last Labour government had failed to plan ahead.

    Official government figures, published last year, project that by 2023 there will be a total of 8,022,000 pupils in England’s schools – up from 7,143,000 in the current academic year. …”

  4. France Finds Potential Terror Accomplice in Handcuffs in Bulgaria (caption under photo on page: French citizen Fritz-Joly Joachin, 29, sits inside the courtroom before his trial in the town of Haskovo, Bulgaria, Jan. 12, 2015. )

    A French national arrested in Bulgaria while trying to slip into Turkey is linked to the massacre of 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, and is expected to be extradited back to France, according to a local prosecutor.

    Fritz-Joly Joachim, 29, was nabbed by Bulgarian authorities in the early morning on New Year’s Day on a European arrest warrant for allegedly kidnapping his three-year-old son and trying to take him eventually into Syria, according to Darina Slavova, a prosecutor in the southern Bulgarian city of Haskovo. But Slavova told ABC News today that Bulgarian authorities received another European arrest warrant Monday alleging Joachim was part of a “terrorist criminal group” and that he had been in contact with Cherif Kouachi, one of the Charlie Hebdo shooters, prior to his attempted escape to Syria.

    The warrant, Slavova said, did not say how exactly Joachim and Kouachi were in contact.

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