1. U of Chicago thought police:
2. UN Home invasion defence
3. Donald Trump asks for death penalty for Oct. 31 jihadi in NYC
4. The history of Dhimmitude withBill Warner and Raymond Ibrahim.
5. Actual arrest of the halloween bearded wierdie in NYC
7. Al Franken makes Facebook Lawyer into the lying SOS he is.
Senator Al Franken frazzles Facebook’s top lawyer with a simple yes or no question. This is hilarious & quite sad.pic.twitter.com/Wy6SMbTCXb
— Ricky Davila ?? (@TheRickyDavila) November 2, 2017
8. This is the most significant story perhaps for some time.
A Canadian government, fully cognizant of the terror ties, and financial fraud committed by a British Columbia mosque, (Soon just to be known as just “British”, as we eliminate the name Columbus) plans to donate grants of tens of thousands of dollars to them anyway. The potential significance of this far outweighs the impact of any classic small terror attack. With full reverence and genuine sadness for the great people who I hear were injured and killed in the recent NYC event, the impact for all Canadians, and by extension, the real citizens of Western nations affiliated with the Obama, Trudeau, Soros, the EU communists, and Merkel.
The Port Coquitlam mosque that was recently cited for financial irregularities — and possible ties to overseas funders linked to militant Islamist group Hamas — is expected to receive a $53,000 grant from the federal government this week.
The funds are part of a program launched by the Ministry of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness designed to improve security for communities at risk of hate-motivated crimes. According to a ministry spokesperson, the money will be used to purchase and install CCTV cameras and an alarm system at the Masjid Alhidayah and Islamic Cultural Centre on Kingsway Avenue.
“[The Security Infrastructure Program (SIP)] is providing funding for the Islamic Society of British Columbia… to make a number of security improvements to address the threats they face,” said Scott Bardsley, a press secretary with the ministry, in an email. “The society is eligible to receive funding under the terms of the program.”
Last May, the society, which operates the PoCo mosque, was fined $9,120 after a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) audit covering 2011 to 2013 turned up thousands of dollars in financial irregularities and at least $127,000 in questionable expenses by former director Saadeldin Bahr.
Some of the spending noted by the agency included $66,028 for groceries and pharmacy items, $22,193 for gas and car washes, $2,967 in restaurant meals, $4,239 for electronics like PlayStation games and an iPad, and $4,958 for an Evolution Spa.
“A majority of the expenses, which Mr. Bahr paid for using his credit cards and were then subsequently reimbursed, appeared to be for personal use, and, in our opinion, constitute an undue benefit,” the CRA stated in its notice of penalty.
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9. One of the woman who is accusing Tariq Ramadan of rape takes his pre-trial to TV
(Frankly this should be illegal. I dislike Tariq Ramadan as much as anyone. But there should be a presumption of innocence and no one should be able to kill a person’s career on an accusation without substantiation.)