1: Callers challenge BBC presenter over biased coverage of migrant crisis
(WARNING: This is infuriating. You can hear the BBC presenter contemptuously setting up common rhetorical traps for anyone who doesn’t support the Marxist narrative, attempting to accuse them of being ‘un-Christian, of which the host is likely also contemptuous of as well, to, “What about the Children?” I wish someone had asked him about the million girls that have been forced into prostitution and drug abuse and slavery by muslim gangs)
2. In an Arabic language ‘refugee’ guide to fleecing the infidel for generations of jizya, it is explained how Bulgaria is the place least likely to be taken advantage of, and therefore to be avoided.
(Notice how the article tries to minimize and ridicule the facts of Ottoman muslim oppression of the Bulgarians in order to make them appear racist for not desiring it to occur again. Like telling blacks in The Islamic Republic of Mauritania that their Islamic slavery is ‘oversimplified’.)
3. Another article about the indoctrination and conversion of Children to islam in a US school. This one has some details not seen in earlier stories. Clearly there is something at work here that is not acceptable.
(They don’t even use the best example in the article. The closer thing would be making children declare in word and on paper, that Jesus is lord and no one gets to the father except by him. And even that would not really be a declaration of faith in the same way as Christians do not kill apostates)
4. France: Topless FEMEN activists dragged offstage at a muslim conference,
(Must say, I am surprised. I expected the EU to collapse way before this and for different reasons)
Germany is to reintroduce some form of controls on its border with Austria to cope with the influx of migrants, German and Austrian media report.
It is not clear what measures would be introduced.
More than 13,000 migrants arrived into Munich alone on Saturday. Germany’s vice-chancellor said the country was “at the limit of its capabilities”.
Germany’s Bild newspaper and Austria’s Kronen Zeitung said controls would be in place on the Bavaria-Austria border.
Two suspected terrorists with links to Islamic extremists Boko Haram have appeared in court accused of throwing acid at two British teenage girls holidaying in Zanzibar.
With help from Scotland Yard and Interpol, two members of the Uamsho or ‘Awakening’, group were arrested and charged by local authorities.
North Londoners Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee, both 18 at the time, were left with severe burns after a stranger on a moped threw acid over the two of them in 2013.
Kirstie Trup, pictured left, and Katie Gee, both 18, from Hampstead, north London, were walking to a restaurant in Zanzibar when two men on a moped threw acid at them
Thank you M., Richard, Carpe Diem, Buck, Oz-Rita and all. More to come soon.