Amazon.com banning books now? Links 1, Sept. 12, 2018

1. More on this as understanding gets better. For the moment it appears that Amazon is starting to purge books that defy or expose the Narrative. Please see this comment by Richard.

2. Another infuriating example of Trudeau’s deceptive policies against Canadians, and for illegal muslim migrants.

3. EU parliament votes to punish Hungary over ‘breaches’ of core values

The European Parliament has voted to pursue unprecedented disciplinary action against Hungary over alleged breaches of the EU’s core values.

 

Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government has been accused of attacks on the media, minorities, and the rule of law – charges which he denies.

More than two-thirds of MEPs backed the censure motion – the first such vote against a member state under EU rules.

If also approved by national leaders, Hungary could face punitive measures.

 

They include stripping the country of voting rights at European Union level.

(Just so we are all absolutely clear here, those “core values” are that Hungary has failed to commit irrevocable suicide by mass muslim invasion and a Soros inspired “evolution of law” which literally disenfranchises the indigenous Hungarians,.)

4. White House Warns Iran Amid Deadly Attacks

The Trump administration sends a stern warning to Iran against any violence that harms American lives, following rocket-fire over the weekend.

 

In a statement Tuesday, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the Middle Eastern country did not do enough to prevent recent attacks against the U.S. consulate in Basra as well the American Embassy in Baghdad.

 

The violence came just hours after anti-government protesters set fire to the Iranian consulate in Iraq.

Though there were no reports of any injuries or casualties, Sanders said the U.S. would respond “swiftly and decisively” in defense of American lives.

 

Although officials did not confirm the strikes were ordered by Iran, they are believed to have been carried out by Shi’ite militants, which the White House claims are proxies that Iran has armed, trained and financed.

5. French Islam Reform Report Claims Radical Salafism Dominates Islamic Intellectual Circles

A new report advising French President Emmanuel Macron on his proposal to reform Islam in France has claimed that radical Salafism has gained a monopoly on French Islamic intellectual thought.

The new report, authored by French-Tunisian Islam expert Hakim el Karoui of the Montaigne Institute, claims that radical Islamist ideas permeate France’s Islamic intellectual circles, saying that bookshops have become dominated by radical versions of the religion, French radio broadcaster RTL reports.

 

Even more troubling, the report claims that those who answer questions posted online about Islam in France are often linked to radical Salafist preachers, as well.

Thank you Richard, M., Wrath of Khan, and many many more who are diligently following events around the World and sending in links to the items that need and deserve our attention.

 

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

2 Replies to “Amazon.com banning books now? Links 1, Sept. 12, 2018”

  1. 1 – This is part of the far lefts attempted take over of the information distribution system, or at least the portion of that system that is on the net. We the freedom loving people are successfully using the net to get around the increasingly totalitarian governments of almost all of the Western Governments. As we keep winning at the ballot boxes the left is getting increasingly heavy handed in their attempts to shut us up. It is highly likely that at least one of the leftist governments will turn antifa loose to cripple and kill their political enemies.

    I don’t know if this is part of the censorship efforts or not but youtube has done something that is stopping people from down loading videos. I talked to a techi I know and he said to wait a couple of cays and then google the problem to see if anyone has a fix. I also don’t know if this problem is limited to the US or if it is world wide.

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