1: Germany: Jubilant pro-refugee protesters rally outside new Heidenau shelter
(Seems kinda odd that the jubilations are rather more Arabic in nature than German and there are pretty much no women in the crowd at all)
(The banner reads: The Problem is Germany)
2. Donald Trump is a mixed bag but when he gets it right he really gets it right. It is so refreshing to hear someone expose media activism masked as reportage. Perhaps if the media did real investigative journalism and, well actual journalism instead of tabloid ‘gotcha’ cultural Marxism they could actually diminish his popularity. But as they don’t they get what they earned.
3. 2d annual Ferguson games
(A lotta work went into this one I bet)
The Head of the QHRC, Jacques Frémont has already openly said that he plans to use such powers, “to sue those critical of certain ideas, ‘people who would write against … the Islamic religion … on a website or on a Facebook page’” according to Canada’s National Post.
The legality of the QHRC asserting jurisdiction over the entire Canadian Internet-using public is under debate, but the growing consensus in Canada appears to be that this bill is a step backwards.
In 2013, the Canadian parliament moved to end scrutiny of Internet speech by its Human Right Commissions when it abolished the infamous Section 13, of Canada’s Human Rights Act. The elimination of that odious and censorious clause followed a successful campaign given voice by Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant after the two were targeted for writings and publications which reportedly “offending” Muslims.
(Although this is from Jan. 2014, it is well worth reading. Perhaps FPM will do a 2 year anniversary follow up soon)
The gritty Mediterranean port, France’s second-largest city, was appointed the “cultural capital of Europe,” a rotating European Union honor. City fathers launched beautification projects, created new tourism attractions and invited people from around the world to visit. A splendid stone esplanade was laid around the Old Port, peppered with novel sculpture, and a high-tech historical museum went up next to City Hall.
How did that work out?
The eruption has refocused attention on Marseille’s long-standing reputation as a European drug-smuggling hub, a place where entire neighborhoods have slipped away from police control and fallen under the command of gangsters who earn millions importing and selling North African hashish and settle turf disputes with AK-47 assault rifles.
Ceri, who was snatched off the street and raped on a night out with friends, was terrified of reliving her nightmare in court […]
Before she took her own life, Ceri had helped police catch her attacker, Masood Mansouri.
In a videoed interview so distressing that Eleri has never been able to watch it, she told in detail of the attack.
She told officers how she managed to escape when Mansouri, 33, went to the toilet and of hiding in bushes as he prowled the streets trying to find her again.
A Muslim couple were amazed to find an egg with the name of Allah embossed on it.
Farid Jussab, 37, of Belgrave, Leicester, said his outlook had been rocked by the discovery of the phrase “None to be worshipped except Allah” in Arabic.
“I can’t sleep. I feel I have to let people know,” he said.
“I’m not the sort of man who prays five times a day and this is amazing
“I’m going to keep the egg forever.”
(Yes I agree that should the entity known as ‘allah’ decide to communicate directly with his followers, given the complete set of previous instructions and his character as a man and guardian of the young and vulnerable, I can easily see how allah would decide to make that communication by compressions in the waste vent of a chicken. Very appropriate actually)
Thank you M., ML2., Pym Purnell, Perfect Child, Buck, Tundra T., and all who sent materials in.
Today, P. Maudit sent in another drawing on the new totalitarianism of the universities in the US, managing to, as another commenter mentioned, do anything at all except teach young adults anything of real value.
Thanks to The American Dissident