No rights for free people without the right to defend them: Proof post 3 on Jan. 28 – 2015

1. Shoes on rugs exhibit removed from French gallery by muslim demand.

2. Yemen: See pro-Houthi protesters BURN and STAB US flag

3. Michelle Obama blurred out by Saudi TV

(I don’t know if I have posted this yet or not but I have been thinking about it since the clip was first sent to me and watched it several times. I have to say, this is the first thing I have seen the Obamas do that I can say I respect and like a great deal, although I feel certain it was more she than he, this was the first appropriately directed act of recalcitrance from the first lady I am aware of. I have seen her mock and scorn much American tradition and symbols and insult her history in backhanded and forehanded ways but refusing to wear slave rags in Saudi, that one we should all get behind.)

4. Ezra Levant in the aftermath of the conviction and catch-and-release sentence of the violent antisemitic protester in Calgary last year.

Video of attack in video below

5. Austria: Minister calls for fines for ‘integration failure’

(Very interesting. Especially when added to other recent changes in Austrian legislation)

He told ORF radio that he would recommend fines of up to €1,000 and also said that he wanted school children to work on social projects at school.

Chancellor Werner Faymann (SPÖ) and Vice-Chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner (ÖVP) have said there is currently no need for tougher criminal laws relating to integration refusal but Mitterlehner did support Kurz’s suggestion for a fine, citing the example of a father who repeatedly refused to attend a school’s parents’ day, as his child’s teacher was a woman.

6. Libya: Another Obama success:

Thank you Don L., M., Richard, Buck and so many more.

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

11 Replies to “No rights for free people without the right to defend them: Proof post 3 on Jan. 28 – 2015”





    You’re welcome.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastards
    Alberta, Canada

  2. ISIS Appears to Arrange Prisoner Swap in New Hostage Recording

    In a new message uploaded online today, a Japanese hostage of the terror group ISIS purportedly arranges a prisoner swap in which he would go free in exchange for a convicted terrorist held by Jordan -– or a Jordanian pilot held by ISIS will be killed.

    In an audio recording, allegedly made by captive Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, Goto says that if al Qaeda convict Sajida al-Rishawi “is not ready for exchange for my life at the Turkish border by Thursday sunset” then Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh “will be killed immediately.” The recording refers to sunset in Mosul, Iraq, meaning mid-morning east coast time.

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  3. 3/ I’m not sure what the blurring is about. She wasn’t blurred out in the 20 minute clip I think Martin sent. It is not necessary for a kafir woman to wear a head scarf out in public in Saudi Arabia, just an abaya. That rule wouldn’t have been applied to the first lady, and she was covered up enough at least on arrival. Did she start showing her arms at some point? It looks a bit like that through the blurring.

  4. As always; it is going to cost you… And; there are no guarantees either way…

    Trojan Horse schools struggle to recruit staff: Wilshaw (BBC, Jan 29, 2015)

    “Schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham are struggling to recruit staff, the Chief Inspector of Schools has told MPs. Claims that hard-line Muslims tried to gain control of the schools have led to “big problems about leadership and staffing”, said Sir Michael Wilshaw.

    The government should help the schools recruit good staff, Sir Michael told the Commons Education Committee. The government said it had not been approached by the schools themselves.

    However a Department for Education spokeswoman said: “We have made it clear that if the academies affected need support with recruitment expenses such as travel costs, we will consider all requests. “We are determined to turn around Birmingham’s schools, to ensure all the children receive the education they deserve, so they can reach their potential and go on to build a better future.”

    In his evidence to the committee Sir Michael warned that without better staffing, the problems could re-emerge.

    He said pupils at the schools had been badly let down by their governing bodies “and because we can’t get enough good leadership and teaching staff in those schools”. “If we don’t, those people who have gone to ground, who want to exploit the situation, will do so”. He urged the government to allocate additional funding to help the schools recruit good teachers and leaders….”

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