Color me naive but I would think that elected representatives of a country should actually believe in the law of the land they represent and not want to overthrow the whole system and replace it with an Islamic supremacist one)
Omar Alghabra (MP Mississauga Centre), a Sharia Law Supporter, is the new Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs.
On 02 December 2015, Prime Minister Trudeau appointed a series of Members of Parliament to be Parliamentary Secretaries. In the Canadian parliamentary system, this person is officially designated to assist their minister with minister with his or her duties.
NOTE: The Muslim Brotherhood, founded in 1928 in Egypt has been listed as a terrorist group in a variety of countries including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. The Jamaat-e-Islami has been banned or proscribed in some 25 countries. In January of 2015, the Muslim Brotherhood announced that they would return to a path of violence and that is members should “seek martyrdom.”
In April 2014, Tahir Gora published a paper that suggested that the Muslim Brotherhood and Jamaat-e-Islami would attempt to run multiple candidates in the 2015 federal election using the Liberal Party of Canada as its political entry point. This is the well-worn path of “political entryism.”
The question must arise as to whether any candidates in represent extremist views brought into Canada by the Muslim Brotherhood, its proxies or its front groups. With some 700(+) dues paying Muslim Brotherhood members in Canada, the question is increasingly relevant.
2. Much has been written about the term, ‘Islamophobia’ and its origins. PP. Just called with a fascinating theory on how it operates as a rhetorical device. Yes, the term is an artifact by the OIC or the IIIT (International Institute of Islamic Thought) and very much a calculated term for exactly the effect it achieved. But why does it work? What is the first known instance of a term being coined in oder to quite literally in the original case, turn a fully rational paradigm on its head for special interests? Could that be a model for ‘homophobia or islamophobia?
3. Gunman in Germany with oddly non-German appearance arrested for wielding a firearm at shopping mall
Ömer Çelik, a spokesperson for the AKP, speaking to reporters on Nov. 25, 2015. AA Photo
A senior member of Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) has underlined the government’s determination to supply “meaningful and qualitative” support to the Turkmens in Syria that will ensure their “material and moral security.”“Everybody should know that Turkey’s support for the Turkmens is meaningful and qualitative,” Ömer Çelik, a spokesperson for the AKP, told reporters late on Nov. 25. “We are standing by the Turkmens in every way. What I mean when I say ‘meaningful and qualitative support’ also includes their being equipped with some resources that will ensure their material and moral security, that will ensure their resistance against all kinds of threats against the existence of the Turkmens and that will allow them to oppose, in the required way, attacks on their region, as in the attack against Türkmenda??. There is no need to list it item by item in any way; Turkey is standing by the Turkmens materially and morally and with abstract and concrete resources,” Çelik said after a Central Executive Board (MYK) meeting chaired by AKP leader and Prime Minister Ahmet Davuto?lu.
5. Robert Spencer and the compulsory muslim spin doctor on Hannity
6. ISIS moves in on Afghanistan: Chilling pictures show jihadis have set up terror training camps as it’s claimed they have KILLED the Taliban’s leader and seized control of large parts of the war-torn nation
Reports emerged this week that the Taliban leader was killed in a dramatic internal shoot-out after a meeting of commanders of the now divided movement turned sour.
The formerly united group has been severed by a bitter internal turmoil that has seen a splinter cell break away and declare loyalty to ISIS, which is steadily carving a trail of bloody destruction through the Taliban’s Afghanistan territory.
It is believed that members of the ISIS-led breakaway cell could be responsible for the as yet unconfirmed death of the Taliban’s elected leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour.
His death, if proven, exposes the strife among the Taliban’s top ranks as the group seems to be crumbling under ISIS’ growing strength in Afghanistan.
7. Brainwashing of our children: Britain’s schools are force-feeding pupils politically correct dogma about sexuality, climate change and British history. The result will be a nation LESS tolerant than before
‘When I get married — whether it’s to a man or a woman…’ my 11-year-old niece told her grandpa the other day. But I don’t think she thinks she’s a budding lesbian (would she even know at that age?).
It’s just the way she has been taught to think at her impeccably right-on school in the People’s Republic of Brighton.
It reminded me queasily of another niece’s experiences — this time at an overwhelmingly white, Christian state school in Worcester. Her dad had wanted to know why when she said ‘Mohammed’, she automatically added the phrase ‘Peace Be Upon Him’.
‘Oh, it’s what we’re taught we have to say in RE,’ my niece replied.
Did the schools ever consult us on whether we wanted our children’s heads to be filled with such politically correct bilge?
After 25 years’ ongoing exposure to this nonsense, I suppose I should be used to it by now. My elder son’s headmaster explaining to me airily how it just wasn’t the modern way to punish children for not doing their homework; my daughter coming home with the news that her primary teacher had advised her to ‘go veggie’ for a week; my younger boy being co-opted into some grisly global sustainability club, so that his school could win more eco-star ratings from an EU-sponsored green scheme.
Such indoctrination never fails to irritate. More than that, though, I am genuinely terrified about the kind of havoc these brainwashed mini-revolutionaries may wreak in the future.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said bombing Syria will not ‘resolve the world’s problems’ during a rally outside Finsbury Park mosque.
Corbyn was speaking one week after a lone attacker tried to fire-bomb the Mosque, which once hosted hate-preacher Abu Hamza.
He told a large crowd: ‘Tonight in Finsbury Park we set an example, unity is our strength.’
Thank you Shabnam, M., PP., Buck, DaffersD., and many more.
As a point of interest. Science now has managed to synthesize a new form of carbon they call, ‘Q form carbon’ which looks like it could have some pretty revolutionary industrial and military applications. Being able to manufacture at will, any size of transparent material which is harder than diamond and has a higher refractive index than diamond means entire new industries may be possible. Even if nothing else, it means you can have a cell phone you can put in the same pocket as your keys and not scratch the screen. The keys might be toast but not the screen.
Buck sends us this thoughtful video on Political Correctness now. Only a few minutes in but its already worth it. The implied threat in the phrase, ‘zero tolerance’ being pointed out in the video alone sold me on the film maker’s thought process.
At this stage, George Orwell is looking more like a time traveler than a prophet. No one can get that much right about the future and not actually have lived there.