1. Mike Huckabee suspects Obama may not be acting in accordance with classical Christian values
(And yet, the odd person that doesn’t want to change the definition of marriage to include homosexuals but is perfectly OK with a civil union that has all the same rights and privileges is still portrayed as the demon in this)
The teenager was allegedly arrested when he was just 14 and locked up until his senseless death.
Seven men were also shot dead in Rastan, in the Homs province of central Syria, according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR), which tracks the conflict in Syria through a network of sources on the ground.
Two other men and the 15-year-old were executed in the town of Hreitan in northern Aleppo.
Large baying mobs watched the sickening killings, but the terror group destroyed any cameras used to film the murders, according to Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of SOHR.
(This article is a rather stellar example of the Narrative, Notice the reference to Hungary’s fence they are building to prevent a mass influx of illegal invaders, many of whom have quite literally and in the kinetic sense, attacked their border guards. I quote:
“Built in a matter of weeks by soldiers, prison laborers and cadres of the unemployed, a vast new wall along Balkan frontiers is a monument to the ruthless efficiency with which Prime Minister Viktor Orban has mobilized Hungary against migrants.
This is nothing short of an attempt to equate Hungary’s rapid response to a threat with Nazi aggression against unarmed and peaceful minorities. It is a patently dishonest comparison in two ways. Not just that the comparison is a grotesque moral inversion of reality and history, but that they do not openly make the comparison. Just create vague impressions in the manner of a Michael Moore movie and unequivocally using the language associated with Nazi behaviour and building projects.
4. Carson’s funds are growing rapidly since his frank comments about islam
Four of the six people arrested last week were believed to be minority Uighur Muslims, who come from China’s far western Xinjiang region, said Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay, director of the Malaysian police counter-terrorism unit.
(The question remains of course, what kind of muslims are the other two?)
After being caught, seven different passports were found in Ahmed H.’s possession, all of them with valid Schengen visa. According to the Police, Ahmed H. is one of the leaders of the Röszke rebellion, and is a member of the Tablighi Jamaat, an Islam fundamentalist organization. Ahmed H. (39) Syrian citizen, was arrested on Tuesday at Szeged, after being caught by the Counter Terrorism Commando on Saturday at the train station at Gy?r. He is suspected of being the leader of an aggressive migrant group which attacked the officers defending Röszke 2. on 16 September. According to official sources, Ahmed H. is a Cyprus citizen, has a work permit, and he’s a member if the Tablighi Jamaat (Society for Spreading Faith), which is a terrorist cover organization for sending radical activists into the target countries.
European politicians have slammed the Danish Headmaster’s Association’s announcement to not show Mohammed cartoons in the classroom, a move a coalition of parties has denounced as censorship.
The controversy began after the new Danish schools curriculum called for the 2005 Mohammed cartoons controversy to be taught. Two parties instantly leapt to the defence of the initiative, remarking that not only should that significant episode in Denmark’s history, which saw violent protests worldwide and set in progress a chain of events which led to the Charlie Hebdo terror attack in Paris this year, but that it should be taught with the original source material.
(So you can know a thing is made in Israel so you can avoid buying it for your own political reasons. Ok fair enough. But you cannot know that a thing is genetically modified or if its halal slaughter, meaning a violation of Canada and Europe’s animal cruelty laws so you can avoid purchasing that. This is the stuff from which revolutions should be made. It is totalitarianism at the informational level. Why use jackboots and prison camps when you can force people to make the decisions you want by ply giving the information that lead to that outcome? In Canada its an actual crime to label food as GMO and you can go to jail. I say this as someone who is fervently pro GM foods but I think people should be able to make choices I disagree with)
The European Union will start labeling Israeli products that are manufactured in Judea and Samaria and the Golan Heights next month, reports United with Israel, singling them out for boycotts.
An unnamed EU official said that the program has been under deliberation for two and a half years and will finally take effect in October after some technical and legal details are ironed out.
He also threatened that if the Israeli government boosts construction in Judea and Samaria in response to a boycott, that “We will continue with our moves against the settlements, and the labeling of products will only be the beginning.”
(I vote that we should all call the Volkswagen, ‘The Merkel Gas Chamber’ in her honour)
Shares in VW rose 7.3 per cent on the news but, since the scandal broke at the start of the week, the firm has lost around one third of its value, or £20billion.
Germany’s Greens claim Chancellor Mrs Merkel’s Conservative-led government admitted knowing about Volkswagen’s emissions test cheating software in an answer to a parliamentary question in July.
(And thats what happens when you go against the narrative. You get flown over the Cuckoo nest at Mach 2)
In a speech delivered in 2012, Ben Carson said the big bang theory was part of the “fairy tales” pushed by “high-faluting scientists” as a story of creation.
Similarly, Carson, a noted creationist, said he believed the theory of evolution was encouraged by the devil.
I wish I could say that’s an exaggerated description, but it’s really not. The retired right-wing neurosurgeon, known for his off-the-wall ideas about a great number of issues, called the science surrounding the big bang “ridiculous,” and added in reference to evolution, “I personally believe that this theory that Darwin came up with was something that was encouraged by the adversary.”
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