1: It seemed like it was necessary to somehow summarize the riots by muslims in the German UMI (Unidentifiable Muslim Invader) building the other day.
2. The BS CTV (Canadian TV)
(So, when he says it, is he still a crazy ‘prepper’?)
A former adviser to Gordon Brown has urged people to stock up on canned goods and bottled water as stock markets around the world slide.
Damian McBride appeared to suggest that the stock market dip could lead to civil disorder or other situations where it would be unreasonable for someone to leave the house.
“Advice on the looming crash, No.1: get hard cash in a safe place now; don’t assume banks & cashpoints will be open, or bank cards will work,” he tweeted.
“Crash advice No.2: do you have enough bottled water, tinned goods & other essentials at home to live a month indoors? If not, get shopping.
4. Germany: Anti-refugee protest continues to sweep Heidenau
5. Dresden Germany: Europeans demonstrate against the tidal wave of UMIs (Unidentifiable Muslim Invaders)
6. For UMIs, air conditioning is a basic human right that is worth rioting for.
Immigrants threaten to extend the protest if their ‘human rights’ are not met: via mosquitoes ‘rassiste’.
In recent weeks there has been supplying to the assembly of the air conditioning in each tent, but they are in a hurry. Camping luxury.
Air conditioning is a ‘human right’. At the expense of the Italians.Many of whom can not afford it.
(This likely stems from a sort of fashion/joke in secular countries where people fill in the RELIGION question on national census forms as “Jedi” as a joke. Clearly the Turkish muslim authority is competing with other muslim authorities on who has the least sense of humour)
After recently slamming the warped theology of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Turkey’s top religious body may have another formidable enemy: The Jedi.
In an article for the latest edition of the Directorate of Religious Affairs’ (Diyanet) monthly magazine, Marmara University Assistant Professor Bilal Yorulmaz has warned of the spreading new “religion” of Jediism – the religion of the Jedi warriors in the Star Wars series.
“Jediism … is spreading today in Christian societies. Around 70,000 people in Australia and 390,000 people in England currently define themselves as Jedis,” Yorulmaz wrote, before engaging in an Islamic-based critique of a number of Hollywood blockbusters.
Fewer points required to be eligible for the Quebec Skilled Workers Programme
Immigration to the Canadian province of Quebec is to become easier with the lowering of the requirement standards.
The government of Quebec announced last week that the pass mark to be eligible for application has been lowered.
At the same time, the adaptability requirement, pertaining to the capability of the applicant to adapt to life in Quebec based on factors such as knowledge of the local labour market, and language and general knowledge about the province, has been removed altogether.
How it works
The province of Quebec runs its own Quebec Skilled Workers Programme (QSWP), a programme similar to its federal equivalent but considered to be more lenient in terms of criteria.
(Ah Ramadan. Its so sad that it only comes, what, 2 or three times a year for month? Seems like it)
The Democratic mayors of two Michigan cities plan to celebrate September 11th this year by honoring Sharia and hosting their “9th Annual Ramadan Unity Dinner.”
Ramadan ended in July, but the Islamic Society of Greater Lansing has scheduled its dinner at the city-owned convention center on the very day when 19 Muslim terrorists killed 2,977 innocent victims at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and three crashed airliners, 14 years ago.
In an almost unbelievable act of callousness and dishonor of those victims, Mayors Virg Bernero and Nathan Triplett of Lansing and East Lansing, respectively, will host a dinner themed “Hope, Not Hunger.” The event’s poster features an Islamic crescent and a skyline of mosque-styled buildings.
(The dinner has been rescheduled to September 18th due to likely fallout from outraged non-muslim American citizens)
Today on CFRA an actual climate scientist appeared on the John Counsel show who talked about the data NASA used in its GW report as opposed to the data that they have which they did not use. Like satellite data, which actually shows no warming whatsoever.
Also these stickers have been placed around Ottawa, suggesting that the current prime minister of Canada should leave the country altogether. Its an odd sort of campaign slur. Seems oddly … un Canadian. I don’t remember anyone saying a sitting PM should leave the country before. Lots of horrible things for sure, but not leave Canada. That seems sort of odd.
Also there are a lot of interesting links and articles in the daily links post for the 24th. Well worth checking esp. if you are interested in US politics and economic articles. Lastly, Johnny U sent in an interesting summary of Alinsky’s rules for radicals. Worth reading through so you can recognize them at work when you see them.