1. Israeli PM suspends UN deal hours after reveal:
BREAKING: Israel’s Netanyahu says he is suspending deal with UN on African migrants, hours after unveiling arrangement.
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 2, 2018
The plan was apparently to keep 18K illegal migrants in Israel and ship the bus of the 16,000 to Canada and Europe instead of shipping them all back to where they came from in Africa. Which is obviously the way to go. The UN seems to feel it is able to force the policies of member nation states on how to deal with its own laws.
2. Katie Hopkins: This South African woman saw her husband killed, then…
3. The Future of the #120db movement:
4. Now this is interesting:
The Royal Parks (TRP) doesnot permit collective acts of worship or other religious observances in the TRP estate, either in their own right or as part of a demonstration, event or other activity. This includes spoken or sung communal prayersor other events that are primarily religious in focus. Exceptions are made for annual acts of remembrance at the regimental memorials in the Parks, which have taken place since the First World War.As a public body, it isnot the place of The Royal Parks to make value judgments between one religious observance and another.
We must either permit all collective religious observances or refuse them all. Our approach is to continue to refuse all such observances on the grounds that they are not traditional park-related activities and the disadvantages to the public at large of allowing them would almost certainly outweigh the benefits to adherents of a particular religion or belief. The policy extends to the construction of structures within the estate with a religious significance.Cultural events that do not include collective religious activityare permittedsubject to the standard approval process.
And now, the total and deliberate selective enforcement of these regulations against everyone except muslims
5. To be honest, item 4 enraged me so much there will be no item 5.
Europe has been weakened by a “leftist utopia” which promotes the idea of mass migration and tries to turn Europeans into “dependent clients,” former Czech President Vaclav Klaus wrote in his new Eurosceptic book.
The migrant influx “is comparable to the ‘barbarian’ invasions of the ancient world that caused large-scale regression in the development of Europe which it took several centuries to overcome,” Klaus, who served as the president of the Czech Republic from 2003 till 2013, wrote in an introduction to his book ‘Europe All Inclusive’, released earlier in March.
Some of the main culprits behind Europe’s crisis are none other than left-wing parties, according to Klaus. “Europe is weakened by the leftist utopia of trying to transform a continent that was once proud of its past into an inefficient solidaristic state, turning its inhabitants from citizens into dependent clients,” the former top official stated.
Vaclav Klaus should be a hero to the entire Enlightenment. He was a leader of an advanced nation and from the sciences, he knew Global Warming was a communist scam from the outset and even published a book about it called Blue Planet in Green shackles, and took every opportunity to show the European Union the contempt it deserved, at least to the extent to which he had the resources to show it at the time.
Turkey is capable of carrying out operations against groups it deems terrorists without any “approval” from foreign countries, President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has vowed.
“These days Turkey is finding terrorist organizations outside its borders and is entering their dens. They try to escape but we pursue them,” Erdo?an said at an event to mark the opening of new schools in Istanbul on April 2.
“They escaped to [Syria’s] Afrin and [Iraq’s] Sinjar. We have told Baghdad [the Iraqi government] that either they should deal with it or we will do it. We are not thinking about waiting for any approval from anyone for these [kind of actions],” he added, referring to Turkey’s “Operation Olive Branch” in northwestern Syria’s Afrin and the presence of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the northwestern Iraqi region of Sinjar.
Ankara has made several calls on the Iraqi government to clear PKK militants and their affiliates from Sinjar, particularly since the Turkish military completed “Operation Olive Branch” in Syria’s Afrin. “Operation Olive Branch” lasted for 58 days from Jan. 20 and aimed to drive the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) out of Afrin.
“In Afrin 3,872 terrorists have been neutralized,” Erdo?an said, implying that the militants in question either surrendered or were killed or captured.
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