Item 7 offers a critically important glimpse into the near future for us all: Links 1 on March 18 – 2016

1. New Islamic party in Canada

(Unlike the sharia party in Belgium, this one uses more typical Muslim Brotherhood deceptions in terms of use of words, whether these are ‘terms of art’ or more typical taqyyia)

About us

The Islamic Party of Canada was originally formed by a group of people in Halifax, Muslims and non-Muslims, interested in knowledge-processing cognition and politics (See meet the team). By Islamic cognition, what is meant is the notion of the knowledge seeking process leading to the logical study of law (and all other fields). The knowledge seeking process can simply be defined as a process that starts of with a pure intention, correct first major and minor premise (i.e., There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is is messenger), dynamic intention, being self correction along the way, eventually eventually knowledge. 

The knowledge seeking process is liberal by nature, in the sense that individuals are required to “find out for themselves”. However, there are boundaries set, these boundaries are the steps of the knowledge process used in Islam. For more information on the philosophy of the Islamic knowledge process and justice, see the page “philosophy”.

(Canada is in for a rough ride. Sooner than we thought)

2. American ISIS fighter captured in Iraq is a ‘gold mine’ of intelligence and could provide vitals clues into the jihadis’ command structure, terror expert says

The American ISIS fighter captured by Kurdish forces in Iraq could provide a ‘treasure trove’ of information about how the bloodthirsty jihadist group operates, it has been claimed.

U.S. officials are extremely interested in interviewing Mohamad Jamal Khweis, who is believed to be the first American fighting with the group to have ever surrendered in the field.

The surrender took place three days ago on the front lines near the town of Sinjar, which was retaken by Iraqi forces from ISIS militants late last year.

An American later named as Mohamed Jamal Khweis is captured by Kurdish forces near Sinjar, in Iraq. The peshmerga general overseeing his surrender said his troops initially mistook him for a suicide bomber

3. A day after it actually matters, the US does this:

What took them so long? ISIS’s slaughter of innocent Christians and Yazidis is officially declared a genocide by U.S. 19 months after crisis began

Secretary of State John Kerry formally declared ISIS‘ slaughter of Christians, Yazidis and Shia Muslims in Iraq and Syria a genocide this morning, following in the footsteps of Congress and the European Parliament.

‘Daesh is genocidal by self proclamation, by ideology and by actions, in what it says, what it believes and what it does,’ Kerry said, using an alternative name for ISIS.

The terrorist group has also committed crimes against humanity and directed ethnic cleansing at those same groups and in some instances others, including Sunni Muslims, Kurds and other minorities, he said.

‘This designation is significant. It reflects the gravity of the situation there,’ President Barack Obama’s spokesman told reporters this afternoon.

ISIS committed the atrocities at the core of the declaration in August of 2014, when it killed as many as 5,000 Yazidi men, kidnapped as many more women, and trapped 50,000 followers of the religion on Sinjar Mountain near the border of Syria.

4. Extraordinary video of a rabid Wee WIllie Winkie firing a pistol at teenagers in North London

(After watching this clip, ask yourselves if someone associated with the Counter-Jihad were to do this, even with excellent cause, is there a TV station or newspaper in the Western world that wouldn’t be pumping it through several days?)

A gunman who is believed to have been wearing Muslim dress was filmed chasing four teenagers past houses and parked cars before appearing to shoot one of them as they cowered next to a house.

The shocking footage, taken outside Edmonton shopping centre around 2pm, showed the man following the young boys as they desperately tried to flee the scene, which is less than half a mile from a nearby primary school.


Wee WIllie Winkie and his Tech 9

5. Defiant North Korea fires ballistic missile into sea, Japan protests

(I thought Greenpeace were the fish lawyers. Why do we never hear from them on stuff like this?)




By Jack Kim and Ju-min Park

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile which flew about 800 km (500 miles) before hitting the sea off its east coast, South Korea’s military said on Friday, as the isolated state stepped up its defiance of tough new U.N. and U.S. sanctions.

A U.S. official told Reuters in Washington it appeared to be a medium-range missile fired from a road-mobile launcher. That would mark North Korea’s first test of a medium-range missile, capable of reaching Japan, since 2014.

The missile, launched from north of the capital, Pyongyang, flew across the peninsula and into the sea off the east coast early Friday morning, South Korea’s Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.

6. Report: Anti-Semitism on Uni Campuses Skyrockets – 516 Incidents in Last Year Alone

I suppose anti-Semitic sentiment does not constitute an assault on safe spaces or even ranks as a microaggression. If it did, perhaps universities and its student zombie hordes would care about the rise in anti-Semitism across campuses countrywide.

A disturbing report released Monday by the AMCHA Initiative chronicles the growing number of anti-Semitic incidents on college campuses, particularly in the University of California system. Largely undocumented until now, the report derives its statistical information from “verifiable incidents compiled from media accounts and eyewitness reports.”

7. Wealthy Texas Muslims found guilty of slavery offer up this unique defense

Wealthy Texas Muslims found guilty of slavery offer up this unique defense

Hassan al-Homoud and Zainab al-Hosani (Image: Banaadir Times)

In law, an affirmative defense to a civil lawsuit or criminal charge is a fact beyond those alleged by the plaintiff or prosecutor that, if proven by the defendant, mitigates the legal consequences of the defendant’s otherwise unlawful conduct.

The affirmative defense offered up by a Muslim couple who pleaded guilty to charges of keeping slaves in their Texas home is likely new to the annals of western law. The couple, Hassan al-Homoud, 46, and his wife Zainab al-Hosani, 39, originally of Qatar, argued that the prophet Muhammad kept slaves and that punishing them is thus “Islamophobic.”


8. Video: Aussie TV crew attacked in Stockholm

(This happened right around the time that Ezra and the Rebel crew went to Scandinavia for their series on Islamic impact on European law, culture and people. It is surprising how long it took for the actual 60 Minutes crew to broadcast it, but we might all look forward to seeing how they present this on Sunday. If it deviates from the facts much, I am certain we can find people who are aware of the events as they actually happened)


Thank you Buck, M., Wrath of Khan, Richard, Yucki, Oz-Rita and many more who sent amazing materials, not all of which are always in the post but either to be posted later or informed other posts.

Yesterday we posted a video of Italian police actually doing something about aggressive, hostile illegals. It turns out that it was from March 28 2015

Please read the source in Item 7 fully. It is a massively important story as it shows the logical next step in the CVE as well as the OIC/CAIR agenda and line of reasoning. That to actually say a bad thing about the keeping of slaves by Muslims is in itself a crime. This, is the end game and even I am a little shocked to see it presented to plainly and so quickly.





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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

9 Replies to “Item 7 offers a critically important glimpse into the near future for us all: Links 1 on March 18 – 2016”

  1. #7 He probably used it in the hopes that it would get him off and that the media would cover for him. Either that or he decided that the violence in Europe this summer will make any more lies useless.

  2. 6 – China is doing something at the reef that they grabbed from the Philippines 4 years ago, possibly starting to build an artificial island like they have done on other illegally grabbed reefs. North Korea is probably firing the missiles to draw the worlds attention away from what China is doing.

  3. The Wee Willie Winkie firing at the kids is going to become a fairly common sight in Europe over the next few years, and the nations with heavy handed gun control are going to do all they can to keep their citizens from fighting back.

    What they need to do is take a look at the crime rates in the US States with concealed carry and how this has inspired many of them to do away with the need for a permit for their legal residents.

  4. 1/ This is a very bad sign.
    Too many law schools have taken huge sums of money for endowed chairs in subjects like “Islamic Jurisprudence”. They’ve paid to gloss 7th century barbarity, to make it sound legit to the kafir. That’s all they need.

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