Italy still getting migrants and Canada’s Immigration Minister went a step too far: Links 2, Kuly 15, 2018

1. This is a great example of what Donald Trump means when he says, “Fake News”

2. Mayor Khan deserves a lot more scrutiny than he gets:

3. Student attacked in dormitory sues UBC

VANCOUVER – A young woman whose throat was slashed inside a University of British Columbia student residence has filed a lawsuit against the school alleging negligence.

 

The notice of civil claim says Mary Hare was inside her room in Salish House in October 2016 when international student Thamer Almestadi entered carrying a knife.

Almestadi’s trial heard he knocked on the 19-year-old’s door, slit her throat and started choking her before other students pulled him off.

 

A court found the teen not criminally responsible because he was suffering from a psychotic episode in which he believed the Qur’an had sent him a message to kill Hare.

Hare alleges in the lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court that UBC failed to install or properly install a peephole or any chains, bars or latches that would allow a door to be opened safely while remaining locked and preventing unwanted entry of potential assailants.

(Well surprise surprise surprise! The Quran pretty much sends that message to all muslims all the time.)

4. EU’s hailed migrant plan ‘a ROAD TO HELL’ Czech Republic REFUSES involvement

The CZECH Republic has refused to take any of the 450 migrants that Italy helped to rescue from an overcrowded migrant boat from the Mediterranean on Saturday, and branded Rome’s shared responsibility plan as “a road to hell”.

The CZECH Republic has refused to take any of the 450 migrants that Italy rescued from an overcrowded migrant boat from the Mediterranean on Saturday, and branded Rome’s shared responsibility plan as “a road to hell”. 

 

Italy refused to accept all 450 migrants to its shores after the rescue, in the EU’s first test of its new migrant policy, which sees members share the burden of migrant numbers.

The EU made the new policy last month after Italy’s new hardline government refused to accept charity migrant rescue boat Aquarius to dock in its ports.

 

Nearby Malta also refused, and the stranded vessel was forced to make a four day journey to Valencia in Spain.

5. The first few minutes of this video on ANTIFA is truly awesome

6. So the Somali minister for immigration, who had a meeting with George Soros’ son recently., called a Conservative MP “Un-Canadian” because she felt that our border laws should be obeyed. There has been quite a bit of back and forth since then.

7. “We are commanded to terrorize the disbelievers”

(No idea when that is from, I think its old. But the book is 1400 years old, so it hardly matters, its not like anything has changed)

8. Italy: Coastguard brings migrants to Pozzallo shore

Thank you all who sent in these and other materials. More to come. its a busier day than it looks on the surface. Some good new European news videos to come as well!

 

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

5 Replies to “Italy still getting migrants and Canada’s Immigration Minister went a step too far: Links 2, Kuly 15, 2018”

  1. 7. “We are commanded to terrorize the disbelievers”

    Likewise, we in the West are committed to (not just “terrorize”) but annihilate people like Younes Abdullah Mohammed (and his entire ilk).

    As I noted elsewhere, Younes Abdullah Mohammed needs to be flown into the side of a mountain (with the pilot ejecting in good time). He ought to be in the copilot’s “right seat” (with zip cuffs on wrists and ankules), so that he has front row seating for the impact.

    Termination with extreme prejudice is far too good for this ambulatory excrement.

  2. #3. No laughing matter. Canada lacks the equivalent of the US’s Clery Act, which mandates rapid reporting of camps incidents and warnings. It is possible that US schools are obligated to report on incidents at UBC if they have students attending. These reports might prevent further violence and at least give parents and students a picture of whether the school environment is adequately secure. The Clery act was the 1990 response to the murder of
    http://eap.ucop.edu/Documents/EmergencyResponseAlerts/21st_9-15_Hamill_LegalSexHarassment.pdf this is about the obligation for US campus-abroad programs — claims that the US school can’t control the outside school, so is not obligated to act unless there is a title IX violation.
    http://www.readersdigest.ca/features/heart/protecting-our-kids-campus/2/ (Canada lacks similar warning and reporting mandates.)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clery_Act#Jeanne_Clery “The attack on Clery was one of 38 violent crimes recorded at the university in three years. Her parents argued that, had the university’s crime record been known, Clery would not have attended. They sued, were awarded $2 million, and founded Security on Campus, a non-profit group

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