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

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  1. Hello there…….its me again…….Don Laird…..

    “Monkey See……..Monkey Do”……….What’s Good For The Jew………Is Good For Me Too!!!!

    King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia is shitting his pants these days, with all those nasty “true-believers” sweeping down from the north……no time to sodomize all those little boys……whats a King to do????

    I know!!!!!……..lets build a wall like the hated Jews did!!!!!!


    Muslims…….so uber original.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

    • Good idea. One of those Toyota truck convoys with the mounted anti-aircraft guns could come out of the desert and pounce on some unsuspecting Saudi town before the authorities even knew what was happening, just like Boko Haram is doing in Nigeria. Come to think of it…why don’t we spend jillions of dollars and build a mile-high wall around the entire Muslim world. We could visit them every hundred years to see if they’ve achieved civilization yet…

    • The main purpose of the XL pipeline is to help the Unites States maneuver itself into the position where it no longer has to do business with these evil Saudi monsters. The very fact that Hussein Obama is so adamantly against that development ought to be proof enough that he is working against America’s interests. The Saudis should be absolutely persona non grata in any civilized country. They are what the earth would be like if the Nazis had won World War Two.

      • It is not just his opposition to the pipeline that shows he is out to damage or destroy the US, look at the pattern of all of his events, they are designed to destroy some portion of American society and culture.

      • [Saudis] are what the earth would be like if the Nazis had won World War Two.

        Nope, they couldn’t have run the world for more than an hour before things would fall apart.

  2. Ebola tests in Edinburgh for patient who recently returned from west Africa (BBC, Jan 15, 2015)

    “A woman who recently returned from west Africa is being tested for Ebola at a hospital in Edinburgh.

    She was admitted to the Western General Hospital on Thursday after developing a fever.

    However, there has been no confirmation that she is suffering from the deadly virus.

    She was taken by secure ambulance to the hospital’s infectious diseases unit and was being kept in an isolation unit.

    Melanie Johnson, Director of Unscheduled Care at NHS Lothian, said: “A patient who recently returned to Scotland from west Africa has been admitted to our Regional Infectious Diseases Unit (RIDU) at the Western General Hospital after they reported a raised temperature.

    “As a precautionary measure, and in line with agreed procedures, the patient will be screened for possible infections and will be kept in isolation…”

  3. Charlie Hebdo attack: African newspapers apologise over cover (BBC, Jan 15, 2015)

    “Two African newspapers have apologised for publishing Charlie Hebdo’s cover depicting the Prophet Muhammad, after an outcry from Muslim readers.

    Kenya’s The Star and South Africa’s The Citizen said they regretted any offence caused to Muslims.

    Kenya’s media regulator has summoned The Star’s owner after accusing it of breaching decency. It did not single out the cartoon.

    In Senegal, the government has banned Charlie Hebdo’s distribution.

    A second Kenyan newspaper, Business Daily, has also published the French satirical magazine’s cover.

    In its Thursday morning edition, the Star said many Muslim readers had complained over a “small reproduction” of Charlie Hebdo’s cover on Wednesday.

    Apologising, the paper, Kenya’s third biggest, said it “sincerely regrets any offence and pain caused by the picture”.

    The government-appointed Media Council of Kenya said in a statement that it was “incensed by the persistent publishing of offensive stories and pictures by the Star newspaper”.

    It has summoned The Star’s owners to a meeting to explain the “unprofessional” conduct of its journalists before it decides on action.

    This could include the withdrawal of the accreditation of the newspaper’s journalists. The Star has not commented on the council’s statement.

    Kenya has suffered multiple attacks from al-Shebaab militants, who called the Charlie Hebdo attacks “heroic”.

    South Africa’s The Citizen said it apologised to all who were offended by it reprinting the cartoon.

    “We deplore those killings, as we do any attempt to enforce censorship through violence,” an editorial said.

    In Senegal, which has a majority Muslim population, the government has banned Charlie Hebdo’s distribution.

    The country has close links with France, the former colonial power, and French newspapers are widely available…”

  4. Syria conflict: Italian aid worker hostages freed (BBC, Jan 15, 2015)

    “Two young Italian aid workers who were taken hostage in Syria more than five months ago have been freed, Italy has confirmed.

    Vanessa Marzullo, 21, and Greta Ramelli, 20, would return to Italy soon, officials announced.

    No details were provided on the circumstances behind their release.

    The pair had been working on humanitarian projects in the northern province of Aleppo when they were abducted in July 2014….”

  5. Islamic State ‘beheads guerrilla’ in eastern Syria (BBC, Jan 15, 2015)

    “Islamic State (IS) is reported to have beheaded a man who they accused of setting up a guerrilla cell in eastern Syria that attacked its fighters.

    His decapitated body was crucified in the town of Mayadin, in Deir al-Zour province, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says.

    IS claimed the man had set off an explosion at a restaurant and booby-trapped vehicles used by the group.

    Another four men were reportedly killed by IS in the city of Deir al-Zour.

    They were accused of having links with the Syrian government, according to the Syrian Observatory….”

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