In the past few weeks the view count on this site has risen a little which can mean one of a few things. But on the assumption that it means at least some people have started to investigate the ideological roots of islam and the actions those roots generate above ground, I would like to offer this amazing lecture by Raymond Ibrahim, posted at this site before for those who have already seen it, about islam and how various scholars, Islamic, non-muslim and apostates from the 8th century to today, have written about islam and its actions, It is truly a scholarly, excellent and interesting lecture. As its long, I suggest speakers or cordless headphones and listen while doing housework or other repetitive tasks you can do and still listen and understand. But it is so worth the time.
1. Arrests made in London over ‘Sikh lives matter’ demo. Fascinating watching. Listen to the chants at the end and see if you can make them out.
3. Clashes continue to spiral in Hebron
(In Baseball of the future, Muslims will throw rocks instead of balls and every pitch will make it into the stands)
4. Hillary Clinton tells the biggest lie of her career
This video seems to hug the facts a little more tightly
(Of course she doesn’t actually mean take responsibility in any real way. For example, accepting responsibility for the lies she told, the double dealings she did, the actions which caused the death of her staff and most importantly she doesn’t mean take responsibility in the sense that she is ready to take any negative consequences she should suffer as a result of her actions. What she means is, don’t I sound presidential offering to take the blame for something which was an inevitable action and for which I actually bear no responsibility at all. Truly this is a horrific and repugnant lie even by her standards, and she could win a sword fight with Pinocchio)
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity that is banned in the United Arab Emirates as a terrorist group, is condemning Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for supporting the closing of extremist mosques that are “loaded for bear.”
Trump’s comment came when asked about a British plan to shut down mosques that preach extremism. He initially said it’s a “great idea.” When asked about such a policy’s compatibility with religious freedom, Trump replied, “Well, I don’t know. It depends on if the mosque is, you know, loaded for bear, I don’t know. You’re going to have to certainly look at it.”
“Donald Trump’s apparent willingness to close down American mosques that he deems ‘extreme’ is totally incompatible with the Constitution and our nation’s cherished principle of religious freedom,” said CAIR’s Government Affairs Department Manager Robert McCaw. “The government should not be in the business of deciding what is acceptable free speech or religious belief. Donald Trump’s off-the-cuff remarks are both un-American, and un-presidential.”
6. Ezra discusses Ahmed the Clock faker and his move to Qatar
7. Here is a video where an UMI explains that where they are in Europe is “Not normal weather” and presumably the European government should change it for them.
(It also appears that the muslims who burned down their own camp supplied by unwilling hosts are all now safely on their way to Germany. So it turned out to have been a good tactical move by them to burn the tents and clothes that had been given to them)
8. Sweden attacker now said to be ‘far right wing’ (except that both Hitler and Darth Vader were collectivists who felt individuality should be destroyed for total uniformity of the collective, which makes them leftists by definition)
(UN declaration of human rights: honored more in the breach than in the observance)
GENEVA, October 22, 2015 -The spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon quietly announced on the UN website that UNRWA employees have “in a number of cases” beeen subjected to disciplinary action, including suspension and loss of pay, following an investigation that verified evidence published by UN Watch — in one report last week, and another in September — of incitement to anti-Semitic violence committed by at least 22 UNRWA employees. UNRWA added that it “condemns and will not tolerate anti-Semitism or racism in any form.”
Curiously, UNRWA’s admission was made public only as a bracketed addition buried deep in a UN transcript, and not posted as a stand-alone statement by the UN, or indeed anywhere at all on the UNRWA website.
UN Watch welcomed the announcement, yet noted that “the UN statement hides more than it reveals,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based non-governmental monitoring group.
“We need to know, first, which of the UNRWA teachers identified in our reports were suspended, what were the findings, and whether the UN investigations found any additional incitement to anti-Semitic violence.”
“Second,” said Neuer, “In light of the above, UN Watch is demanding a full apology from UNRWA spokseman Chris Gunness for his McCarthyite tirade against what he called UN Watch’s ‘baseless allegations about antisemitism’.”
(Click above link for UNRA’s tweets and attempts to discredit UN WATCH)
Thank you Richard, Buck, Maria J., M., Nash Montana, UN Watch, and all. Israel is in a very small room now that Harper is no longer PM of Canada. It’s basically Israel and the truth Vs. pretty much all national governments and islamic penetrated ohs. like the UN