Could there be more to scissors-gate? Leftist tactics exposed: Links 1, January 18, 18

1. The answer to the cut-hijab-gate, likely some kind of propaganda stunt to advance M103 as a law, may like in the following photo:

Whatever happens with this case, I think her new Indian, forever name should be:

Running with Scissors.

2. REVEALED: Trudeau Spoke To John Kerry About Trump Administration During His “Family Vacation” On The Aga Khan’s Island

Justin Trudeau is now revealing that he spoke to former US Secretary of State John Kerry about the incoming Trump administration while he was on his so-called “family vacation” on the private island belonging to the Aga Khan.

As reported by the CP, “It was an opportunity to engage with a sitting secretary of state … but the conversations were very general about the state of the world … expectations around the incoming administration on foreign policy issues,” Trudeau said. “There was nothing decided or of significant, direct impact on Canadian policy in any way.”

Of note, this information is only now being revealed by the PM, and is something he apparently deemed fit to hide from Canadians for over a year.

3. Decent cartoon on the recent Peterson interview:

The thread is pretty good as well.

4. Students earned $11/hour to complain about Halloween costumes

  • Washington State University hired four students last year to host workshops promoting social justice issues on campus, paying them $11/hour for roughly 10 hours of work per week.
  • After a full semester, however, the students only appear to have hosted a single event: a workshop warning against “cultural appropriation” in Halloween costumes.


But while both UA and UCLA closed their Social Justice Advocates programs not long after Campus Reform broke news of them, WSU went full-steam ahead, hiring four students to work in the school’s Diversity Education office.


Despite each student “working” roughly 10 hours per week, Campus Reform has discovered that the peer educators only appear to have successfully pulled off one workshop last semester—an event dedicated to fighting “cultural appropriation” in Halloween costumes.


Hosted two weeks before the holiday, the SJPEs facilitated the “We’re a Culture, Not a Costume” workshop before a small audience, warning their peers of the harms that could arise if their Halloween costumes aren’t culturally sensitive enough.


“Spread the word, help educate others,” said SJPE Nicklaus McHendry, emphasizing the importance of education in combating offensive comments, reports The Daily Evergreen.

(Knowing that students are paid to make up this bullsh*t doesn’t make it any more or any less bullish*t but it does change the gravitas of the events dramatically.)

5. A few things one needs to know about this video:

It is made by Euronews, which is funded by the EU itself and quite probably Soros or one of his front groups.

It uses the word, “populist” to mean anyone who is concerned about their own interests, or European people’s group interests as opposed to the wave of international socialism the UN, EU, and the Obama-Soros-Trudeau-EU-Vatican cabal are pushing on the entire world.

Al Jazeera, you will all be relieved to know, agrees with Euronews and uses the new but common tactic, to try and frame the oppressive policies of socialism in the language of human rights, so the under-informed will imagine sacrificing their real human rights is a forward move for human rights.

6. Kidnapped women by Book Haram are pretty much fully brainwashed

7. Switzerland prepares referendum to end the free movement portion of the agreement with the EU.

(Switzerland, which is still somewhat culturally intact to the great chagrin of the EU and so on, likely will vote to preserve itself, as it still recognizes itself.)

8. Inspector convicted for putting ticketless migrant off train

ANSA) – Venice, January 18 – A train ticket inspector who threw a Nigerian migrant off a train near Venice in 2014 because he did not have a ticket was sentenced to 20 days in jail for “attempted private violence” on Thursday.

    Veneto Governor Luca Zaia said “it’s an incomprehensible affair”

9. Top 10 at The Rebel.

Thank you M., Xanthippa, Wrath of Khan, EB., PissPiggy, and a LOT of great people posting interesting and relevant things to the horror that is the communist/Postmodern-Islamic sweep of world cultures and legal systems.

As always, the Reader’s Daily links for today and yesterday are good, but perhaps yesterday’s, January 17, is especially good for those looking for raw news links.

About Eeyore

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

10 Replies to “Could there be more to scissors-gate? Leftist tactics exposed: Links 1, January 18, 18”

    • If a fraction of this is true I hope Trump has redundancy plans should he be removed. Can it truly be this big and this dark?

      • If it as bad as he says it it is unlikely that Trump will be able to root out and destroy the Deep State, of course if the assassinate him the likely hood of a conservative revolution will be greatly increased.

    • I’m not gonna listen to that stuff.
      Sick, crazy, bad luck.
      mal ojo, ayin ha'ra
      …..I’m not superstitious.
      …..But why take chances?
      Sing-along: Ps. 34

      • What man is he that desireth life, and loveth many days, that he may see good?
        Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips from speaking guile.
        Depart from evil, and do good; seek peace, and pursue it.

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