Incidents to policy. Time to admit it and speak it out loud: Links 2 on Jan. 31 – 2015

1. Nigerian GP who groped suicidal woman telling her ‘you want it’ keeps job after he blamed ‘cultural differences’

(Multiculturalism means its only a crime when white males do it)

A doctor groped a vulnerable divorcee in her home days after she had attempted suicide – but kept his job after citing ‘cultural differences’.

Dr Emmanuel Kanu stroked her breast, repeatedly tried to kiss her and told her, ‘You want it’ when she tried to escape his clutches during the visit – which he hid from colleagues.

When she later texted him to tell him to stop ringing her he withheld his number on the next call.

But Kanu, a married Nigerian father of one, has been allowed to keep his job by a fitness to practise panel even though the General Medical Council called for him to be struck off. […] She said: ‘This doctor has committed a number of sexual offences on a woman who was in a very vulnerable position.

2. Just a picture from Facebook

3. Academic Elham Manea – “Islamic Law in the West: The Essentialists” (Secular Conference 2014) on Islamic law in the West:

(She makes one error at 5:40 approximately. Muslim terrorists do not claim to speak for all muslims but for all Islam. They are correct in that. They have scripture, history and mohamed’s example to prove that. Those who do not support the jihad and so on, can be well argued to be a form of apostate by Islamic reasoning etc. Otherwise she is pretty solid.)

4. Meet the flower men of Saudi Arabia: They’ve lived in a remote mountain fortresses for 2,000 years (but don’t be fooled by the head-dresses – they are so violent even the police are scared of them)

They live in the Habala Mountains that straddle Saudi Arabia’s southern border with Yemen but take orders from neither government, instead living their lives under the dictates of tribal law.

Meet the ‘flower men’, a tribe of people descended from the ancient Tihama and Asir groupings and whose traditions, most strikingly the garlands of herbs and blooms they wear, date back more than two millennia.

But as photographer Eric Lafforgue discovered, they are the source of much unrest in the region, conducting cross-border battles and reacting violently should any outsider stumble into their turf – including to Lafforgue himself.

(Scroll down for video at the DM)

Ancient traditions: The flower men of the Habala Mountains are part of a tribal group that has lived in the area for more than 2,000 years 

The Glummer Twins

Ancient traditions: The flower men of the Habala Mountains are part of a tribal group that has lived in the area for more than 2,000 years

5. Islamic State video: The beheading of a Jordanian

(This is Islamic State pornography of suffering. It is the stuff of Dante’s imagination. The argument that this mentality is not Satanic grows thinner)

6. Muslim cab driver from Virginia added to FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists List

Thank you Draculea, Richard, ML., and all. More to come.

As an after thought, do the lyrics to this song have a less hip and more practical feel than they did in the 80s?

About Eeyore

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

11 Replies to “Incidents to policy. Time to admit it and speak it out loud: Links 2 on Jan. 31 – 2015”

  1. 4/ They would probably be less trouble if the government just let them sit in their stone houses on their mountain tops with their flower headbands chewing qat.

    ‘Some of the alkaloids that are in khat are: Cathinone, norpseudoephedrine, cathidine, and cathedulin.

    ‘The chemicals involved in causing stimulation, euphoria and to prevent hunger are cathine and cathinone.

    ‘Long-term use can precipitate the following effects: negative impact on liver function, permanent tooth darkening (of a greenish tinge), susceptibility to ulcers, and diminished sex drive. Constipation is perhaps the most common GI symptom of khat use…’

  2. 3. She is talking about islamists, not terrorists. Islamists are the nonviolent extremists (at least in the West) who try to advance islamism through political means. And yes, they do claim to speak for all muslims, at least in front of the “kuffar”, even though they secretly despise assimilated, secularized muslims. This is the reason they cannot be challenged, because they claim to speak in the name of the muslim “community,” and not in the name of islamists/extremists/radicals. This is why they can claim that criticizing Islam = racism and discrimination against “1,6 billion” muslims.

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

    Is it just me or……….

    The dude on the right with the orange flowers bears a striking resemblance to Tommy Chong……

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

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