1. Thankfully, a citizen is tracking the legal proceedings against the professor who, wearing a mask and in the second rank of an ANTIFA mob, attacked someone with a bike lock in a way that could have been lethal.
Amnesty International Ireland has welcomed the High Court’s quashing of a demand by the Standards in Public Office (Sipo) Commission that it return a € 137,000 donation from a foundation funded by financier and philanthropist George Soros.
(Well. Now we know why Amnesty International has become a commie anti-western outfit like Doctors Without Borders and all these other NGOs who are destroying the first world.)
3. Russians raid you know who for you know what. (I don’t want to have a Toronto school teacher ruining my hearing)
4. Ezra does interview with BBC:
1. I just did an interview about Tommy Robinson with the BBC’s @eddiemair. It was embarrassing — I’m certain they won’t air it without heavy editing. It’s a case study in why people don’t trust the Media Party. …2
— Ezra Levant ?? (@ezralevant) August 1, 2018
Lets all hope Ezra recorded it from his side. Something all of us now have to do whenever we face a legacy camera.
The bishop of Chioggia has criticized Catholic attacks on Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for his efforts to curb illegal immigration, noting that people’s frustration with Italy’s immigration situation “is not irrational.”
Addressing a recent cover story in Famiglia Cristiana, Italy’s largest Catholic publication, which compared Mr. Salvini with the devil, Bishop Adriano Tessarollo said he thinks it is “stupid” to identify the magazine with all Catholic priests.
“Let’s stop this collectivizing mentality,” the bishop said in an interview with Corriere del Veneto. “Broad categorical judgements are the most malevolent and offensive thing there is.”
Famiglia Cristiana “is not the voice of the Church,” he said.
6. And what multipost would be complete without a minute or two with Linda “The cockroach” Sarsour.
I do ask all who visit the site to try and find time to watch Viktor Orban’s speech. It is a voice of clarity in a sea of undeveloped mental noise. Someone who understands processes, can see solutions and implement them. And the proof is in the numbers.