“Human Rights” Commissions still in need of deconstruction, Church fire vids and a LOT more indicators of where we at: Links 2 on April 3 – 2016

1, The Canadian Human Rights commission has not become any more reasonable or societally positive after the Harper Government tried to reel it in a little.

Story at the Rebel here.

2. Video of the fire that pretty much destroyed the Church in NYC.

(The report linked to yesterday here at Vlad is perhaps the first report of a major fire I have ever seen that did not list even speculation on the cause. Anyone know anything about this area? Perhaps New Yorkers can keep an eye on planning council to see if there will be any applications to build a mosque or community center on the ashes)

3. Video with English subs which sort of explain the loop that the “Merkel’s” are on to evade any attempt at French control of mass muslim migration

France 24 link

RT Link

4. Yesterday we posted a video about how the German party, Alternative for Deuchland passed a resolution to ban Islam from Germany. Today, the Islamic Counsel of Germany voted to ban then.

Germany is now headed down the road to civil war.

In a

remarkable interview     
with the BBC Newshour program on Sunday night, the spokesman for the Islamic Council of Germany (ICG) called for an outright ban on the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party after comparing the AfD to the Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; NSDAP) of the 1930s:

5. Five Migrants Caught Sexually Assaulting Teen Boy In Sweden

 (There is no more information in the article than you can pull out of the headline. Its pretty much all alpha-fill after that. No indicator of motive or ethnicity or religious affiliations. Which means its probably tard on Christian)

6. New York Officials Aren’t Worried About That ‘ISIS Hit List’

(Small suggestion for those on the list. It would be difficult for a judge to convict anyone on that list for possession of a concealed firearm when the mayor only travels with multiple armed guards and Al-Qaeda does in fact attempt to carry out its threats. So I know what I would do if on that list. Clarion project article on this here)

7. “Nightmare” Mistake: Visa Free Travel for 80 Million Turks Coming Up

Of all the inane, self-serving, deals German Chancellor Angela Merkel made with Turkey, visa-free travel for 80 million Islamic Turks tops the list.

“This is all a nightmare,” said one diplomat charged with making the deal work.

Nightmares aside, Brussels Prepares Legal Groundwork on Visa-Free Travel for Turks.

Brussels will this week propose visa-free travel to Europe for 80m Turks but says Ankara still needs to meet several politically explosive reform conditions within weeks, including overhauling its terrorism laws and party funding rules.

 

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Xanthippa, Richard, Johnny U., and all who sent in materials. Yes indeed, more on the way.

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10 Replies to ““Human Rights” Commissions still in need of deconstruction, Church fire vids and a LOT more indicators of where we at: Links 2 on April 3 – 2016”

  1. #7 I remember the first time Vlad I and I had a proper conversation about six or seven years ago. This is the nightmare scenario i told him I feared. This will be the end of Europe.
    Unless they take up arms and the fighting starts tonight.

    • The resort to violent resistance always takes longer to start then most people realize, but given what is happening in Europe it will be soon. Onceit starts it will take well over a decade, probably many decades before it stops.

  2. A few words about the organisation to which the BBC interviewer spoke, the “Council of Muslims in Germany” (ZMD):
    – they are a non democratic club, not even their leaders are elected, but self-appointed
    – they only have 10,000 members which is a tiny fraction of the many million Muslims in Germany, but for some reason, the leaders of this small club are always in the press
    – they lobby for legalising halal slaughter and for teaching islam in public schools
    – they accept only certain “core values” of the Human rights in so far as they are compatible to Islam
    – the ZMD serves as an umbrella organisation, one of their most influential member organisations is the IGD, which is, in the opinion of the German Intelligent Service, the German branch of the Muslim Brotherhood
    – one German historian goes so far to say the whole ZMD is just a joint project of the Syrian and Egypt Muslim Brotherhood elements who are in German exile
    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zentralrat_der_Muslime_in_Deutschland

    Two anecdotal personal observations by me:
    – the ZMD leader, Aiman Mazyek, said to Hamed Abdel-Samad, the dissident whose interview on Islam with Nachtmagazin you featured a short while ago, in a talk show on TV: “Of course criticising Mohammed should be allowed, but not a pamphlet like your book”
    – after the terrorist attacks in Brussels, same ZMD leader was so full of sympathy for the victims, that he copy-pasted his sympathy note from the November attacks in Paris and posted it on his Facebook status, and even forgot to change the date and name of town. When his error was pointed out to him, he was not even embarrassed but replied, the viciousness of the Islamophobes who are always trying to fault him proves they have ulterior motives.

  3. “…indicators of where we at”
    Oh please, it’s bad enough that the general public habitually use this grammatical monstrosity in daily speech, don’t put it on paper! Usually, it would be “where we’re at”. Drop the conjunction and the ‘at’ and make it ‘where we are’. Someone explain to me why anyone uses this construction other than ‘everyone does it’. Is it that they are looking for a strong ‘verbal period’? Where we’re AT! Is that it? Where’d you put it AT! ………Lovely.
    When an intelligent, educated person uses it, it lowers their apparent IQ to somewhere below 100.

    • Thrift my dear John, thrift. I saved 3 characters in the title. A great savings by any editor’s standards.

  4. There is also (for the sake of objective truth) a completely natural and logical reason at least one of these fires may have started—the Orthodox use lighted candles during their Pascha (Easter ) celebration.

    These flames, however, are snuffed out in the middle of the ceremony, which proceeds for another hour or so afterward. An ember would have to get stuck in the carpeting and flare up after the worshipers exited the building, which is highly unlikely. There are ‘way too many people in the church. And every year, thousands of Orthodox churches throughout the world celebrate Pascha without ever catching fire.

    I sincerely hope this isn’t the beginning of some kind of coordinated attack.

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