This coming Monday, May 4th, is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Denmark from Nazi rule. The group, Freedom for Denmark, is having its usual demonstration against the horrific effects of islam on our societies in the usual place, outside Axel’s Torv Copenhagen at 6:00 PM Copenhagen time, despite the fascist thugs that caused bodily harm to many well meaning middle aged and harmless Danish patriots bearing signs like, ‘end violence’ etc. Anyone who is like minded, and reads this and will be in Copenhagen Monday is encouraged to join them for a (hopefully) peaceful march for classical liberalism. The websites of the thugs states that they will try and destroy this group on this day. I think it would be worthwhile not to let them. So do attend if you are at all able.
Eeyore for Vlad.
1. Imam in the Netherlands does moronic rant against democracy, claims Euros love it cause they haven’t experienced its strife (fitna) yet
(This is complex and abstract and I don’t fully get it. But it seems too important not to post)
4. Islamic State battle for the Euphrates Bridge
An Islamic terrorist leader who jumped straight from his job at the Clinton Foundation to a post with Egypt’s jihadist Muslim Brotherhood has received a life sentence back home for seditious activities.
It provides yet more damning proof of the ties of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to totalitarian Muslims while throwing more light on the shady goings-on of the terrorist-friendly international cash-for-favors clearinghouse known as the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation
(For link above at Breitbart turn the volume off. it has auto play adds you cannot stop, pause or turn down)
Ten young children who were pulled out of a school trip to a mosque by their parents have been publicly humiliated by their school in Cornwall. The children, aged between eight and 11, were singled out in assembly and made to answer questions about their planned non-attendance.
Junior school children from Lostwithiel School in Cornwall are due to visit Exeter mosque, Devon in May as part of their Religious Studies lessons. The rural school has just 156 pupils on its books, nearly 100 of whom, aged between eight and 11, are expected to be taking part. The school says the aim of the outing is to teach children that jihadist groups such as ISIS are not a true reflection of Islam.
But the parents of 10 children refused permission for their youngsters to take part in the trip due to safety concerns, citing fears over Islamic terrorism. They reacted furiously to the news that their children had been made to publicly answer questions about their non-attendance, pointing out that it was not the decision of the children involved.
Daily Mail link (So far much quieter)
Christine Trevethen, 47, a housewife from Lostwithiel, Cornwall, has stopped her 10-year-old daughter Keira going on the visit.
She said: ‘We are not the only ones that don’t want our kids to go – but a lot of the others haven’t been honest enough to do so in the consent form.
‘I do not want my daughter going to the mosque for personal reasons. I don’t agree with the religion and what it stands for – but I am not prepared to go into the reasons why.
‘We have now been told our children are going to be excluded from RE lessons as a result, which is a big concern.
‘We tried to go through the right channels but the school handled it very badly.’
An Egyptian court on Wednesday sentenced 71 people to life in prison over the torching of a church in Giza, shortly after the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
A life sentence means 25 years in jail, according to the penal code.
Two more received ten-year jail terms in highly secured facilities in the latest in a series of mass sentences passed over the past year and a half.
The defendants can still appeal against the verdict. They faced multiple charges, which included fomenting chaos, torching the church and preventing local residents from putting out the fire.
They were also charged with possessing bladed weapons and ammunition, as well as blocking roads, resisting authorities and belonging to an illegal group.
Thank you M., Richard and all who sent in links. For those interested in a collection of recent oped pieces from other sites and more geopolitical headlines, check the comments under the daily stump posts for reader’s links. More to come soon.