1. Rush on the Pope
(Many of us have been saying for a while now that we don’t know what the pope is but he is clearly not Catholic)
(In the unlikely event that a Japanese person or leftist who reads this and may be bereft of a sense of humour, I think this is a perfectly lovely bit of whimsey and think its a near perfect example of multiculturalism en extremis but in a functional and valuable way. I post this as a form of contempt for the people who now use the fully bogus and fully selectively enforced notion of ‘cultural appropriation’ as a vector for attacking all people of classical civilizational backgrounds and not against, say Africans who visit an actual doctor. Or Chinese people that make and use goods by way of Henry Ford’s assembly line methods etc.)
(So that gives him just over 4 months to leverage whatever he wants out of the EU before rolling out a dishonest referendum question (Canadians will remember the various Quebec questions that were designed for a specific outcome) as well as a phony procedure tilted towards the desired answer. I don’t think it would take 4 months to set up a referendum on a simple issue. But it would take 4 months to get the EU bureaucrats to set up the right answers and fake the right policies to appease a British public fed up with seeing their culture not ‘appropriated’ but obliterated by decimation via dictatorial bureaucrats passing laws from Brussels for the sake of Germany’s Merkel)
(Should be a cheap investigation to complete. Jus buy a full length mirror and its done)
An “immediate investigation” into anti-Semitism within the Oxford University Labour Club (OULC) has been announced after co-chair Alex Chalmers resigned and more members came forward with allegations of ‘anti-Jewish’ incidents.
Labour Students – the autonomous student wing of the UK Labour Party and the largest political student organisation in the country – has released a short statement, which reads: “Following the allegations of anti-Semitic behaviour at Oxford University Labour Club, Labour Students have launched an immediate investigation.”
The announcement has come shortly after Oxford University Jewish Society (Oxford JSoc) released a second statement on Wednesday, in which it said other OULC members have approached it with reports of “anti-Semitic statements and incidents.”
(Lets hope this is a meaningful warning as opposed to the ones Obama gives and red lines drawn etc.)
European diplomats have warned the Turkish government that it cannot count on the NATO support should the conflict with Russia escalate into an armed conflict, according to German media.
Ankara has called for a joint ground operation in Syria with its international allies, insisting it is the only way to stop the country’s five-year war. Saudi Arabia has said it would be ready to take part in an international force to be deployed in Syria.
(This is an unknown translator to us, so I can’t authenticate this story. Perhaps Google Translate of the original link can give an indication)
Eritrean rapist Henok Werie Fri, 35, was ALLOWED to stay in Sweden after attacking and raping a young woman. After release from prison, as he obviously could committ the same crime again, he is sentenced to deportation.
One evening in April 2011, a woman was on her way home to work when she was attacked in an overpass elevator at Gymnastikgatan street in central Eskilstuna and brutally raped. The man beat her and threatened to kill her during the assault.
DNA evidence led police to Henok Werie Fre, which previously was convicted of a similar assault rape of a female newspaper distributor in Boden 2008.
Werie Fri chose to flee to Italy, where he stayed away for nearly five years. In the email that he sent to the Swedish police, he claimed that he had not raped the woman but only hit her. He also claimed that he felt “OFFENDED” by the investigation.
(A deal which does not give back any sovereignty to Great Britain etc. This won’t be a referendum at all but a rubber stamp on Cameron’s legacy. Just watch)
Following a landmark Cabinet meeting that lasted more than two hours, the Prime Minister addressed the nation in Downing Street.
But within minutes of the speech, six of Mr Cameron’s Cabinet ministers appeared at a Vote Leave rally to sign on to the campaign against the Prime Minister.
Commons leader Chris Grayling said Mr Cameron’s deal had failed to secure power over Britain’s borders or allow the Government to strike trade deals around the world – insisting a ‘sovereign country should be able to do that’.
And Justice Secretary Michael Gove said he had wrestled with his conscience but had to back Brexit despite the Prime Minister’s view.
Austria’s combative interior minister rejected Saturday EU criticism of its cap of 80 asylum claims per day, saying a letter of complaint to her from the bloc’s migration commissioner was “sent to the wrong address”.
“It should be generally known that Austria does not have an external EU border and is therefore not the first safe country that these people (migrants) set foot in,” Johanna Mikl-Leitner told the Austria Press Agency (APA).
“If everybody stuck to the content of the letter (from migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos), then Austria would not have a problem with it. But the letter was clearly sent to the wrong address,” Mikl-Leitner said.
Instead, the complaints should be sent to safe countries that the migrants pass through on their way to Austria, she said, in a reference in particular to Greece, the main entry point in the European Union for migrants.
(Like the United States, the EU does not like its own laws when they interfere with the post modern agenda)
Thank you M., Tico in FInland, Wrath of Khan, Buck, Kathy, Maria J., and all who sent in so much great material. There is more. In fact some really great stuff is in the oven, such as a new Jeppe video, the Danish Pat Condell or Ezra Levant. Sort of a cross between the two with a dash of Brian Lilley perhaps. Anyway its great and I hope to post it very soon.
There is something I would really like to see in the comments under this post and that is a discussion on episode 4 of Season 1 of the new X files. A highly disturbing episode about muslim suicide bombers with some serious semi-subliminal iconography in it. I would really like to know what people who read this site and saw that show thought of it please.