Reader’s Links post, September 30, 2018

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

111 Replies to “Reader’s Links post, September 30, 2018”

  1. We all strongly

    encourage everyone who is approached to participate in this scheme to contact the Surrey

    RCMP as soon as possible.”

    Punjabi journalist and Wake Up Surrey organizer Gurpreet (Lucky) Singh Sahota claims that several people have complained that they are being pressured by their boss or some relative to participated in the fraud scheme. He estimates that as many as 15,000 votes could be cast in this fraud scheme that involves misuse of absentee ballots.

    Election BC has said that it is not involved in local elections and Wake Up Surrey should take it up with Surrey’s chief electoral officer.

  2. ‘An Outrageous Attack’ – Politicians Apoplectic After Vandals Spraypaint the Word ‘Bacon’ on UK Mosque (breitbart, Sep 30, 2018)

    “Local politicians have expressed fury and vowed to offer all the support they can after the word ‘Bacon’ was spraypainted on a mosque in Newcastle, England.

    The graffiti was discovered on the side of the Heaton Mosque and Islamic Centre on Friday morning, ChronicleLive reports.

    “This is an outrageous attack on our community,” thundered local councillor John-Paul Stephenson, of the Labour Party.

    “Heaton is well-loved for its diversity,” he added.

    “This attack goes against everything we stand for. Councillors will be meeting with the mosque to discuss this and offer the support we can. Attacks like this will not be tolerated in our community.”

    Newcastle City Council moved swiftly to remove the graffiti that very morning, explaining that they “aim to remove all offensive, racist, and sexist graffiti within two working days. Where this is not possible, it will be obscured.”

    Similar incidents involving Islamic religious institutions and pork products, which the publicly-funded BBC and other British media outlets have taken to calling “bacon hate crime”, are usually prosecuted with particular severity.

    35-year-old Kevin Crehan, for example, was sentenced to a year in prison for leaving bacon sandwiches outside the Jamia Mosque in Bristol in 2016.

    He was found dead in his prison cell partway into his sentence, after what investigators deemed to be a suspected drug overdose.”

  3. Iranian speedboats chase US aircraft carrier in Hormuz Strait

    Iranian TV aired footage showing a March encounter when the USS Theodore Roosevelt was shadowed by a pack of fast attack craft apparently manned by the Islamic Republic’s elite

    • Iranian speedboats chase US aircraft carrier in Hormuz Strait

      Fleas on an elephant’s @ss. Those small vessels could be blown out of the water faster than it takes a homeless enclave to down a gallon of wine.

      For Iran to even imagine that this is some sort of effective countermeasure is sheer self-deception and pretense.

  4. Germany: Merkel criticises Trump’s ‘highly dangerous’ attitude towards the UN

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticised US President Donald Trump’s attitude towards international institutions such as the United Nations during a speech in Ottobeuren on Sunday.

    Merkel challenged Trump’s decision to “question multilateral systems that go far beyond Europe.”

    “Of course [the UN] is not perfect,” she said, “But I think it is highly dangerous to destroy something without having first developed something new,” she said.

    Merkel appeared at the event, a campaign meeting ahead of Bavaria’s state elections in October, alongside CSU leader Markus Soeder.

    Soeder chose to focus on migration during his time on stage, calling for “more stability” in the face of Bavaria’s “biggest challenge.”

    The Bavarian state elections will take place on October 14. Polls predict the CSU will lose their absolute majority in the southern state.

    • Stein’s final point about the Chicoms being “reasonable” is absurd. They have yet to act in such a manner and expecting them to suddenly use the proper fork at table is a fool’s errand. Beijing will continue to rape America’s economy until we make it too painful (economically or physically) for them to do so.

      Until this happens, do not anticipate any significant change.

  5. Lindsey Graham promises ‘full scale’ probe into Democrats’ handling of Ford-Kavanaugh allegation

    Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., vowed Sunday to launch a thorough inquiry into Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee to find out whether there was any wrongdoing in how they managed the sexual misconduct allegation Christine Blasey Ford leveled at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

    “We’re going to do a wholesale, full scale investigation of what I think was a despicable process to deter it from happening again,” Graham said during an interview on ABC News’ “This Week.”

    “The FBI will do a supplemental background investigation, then I’m going to call for an investigation of what happened in this committee. Who betrayed Dr. Ford’s trust? Who in Feinstein’s office recommended Katz as a lawyer? Why did Ms. Ford not know that the committee was willing to go to California?” Graham continued, referring to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Debra Katz, one of Ford’s attorneys who has been involved in Democratic politics in the past.

    • The americans do not seem to have any laws against slander,perhaps it conflicts with the first amendment,judging from the commentaries upon this disgusting spectacle,i would have thought that there were plenty of grounds for defamation of character,and slander.i have never seen people who parade how “responsible”they are ,act and speak so despicably,so hysterically,just like small children who have been denied more sweets,the whole tenor is something one would expect from a femail,illogical and hateful.

  6. Italy: Rally against homophobia and racism hits Milan following attacks

    at 0.58 = hitler is not dead
    – hitler is in every man who discriminates

    [...women don't discriminate ????]

    Thousands of people gathered at the Duomo Square in Milan on Sunday to condemn racism, homophobia and intolerance as part of a ‘Zero intolerance’ gathering.

    • What a brilliant dame! She’s like Chris Chappell, only with boobs.

      Her topic (at video time point – 00:01:15) is crucial. Even in gender divided classes (e.g., girls only), it has been documented that there no significant improvement in learning about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) curriculum.

      Here in the heart of this world’s technological engine, I have spent years seeking to advance my invention of a STEM textbook that according to one life-long professional educator and public school administrative colleague of mine, would be one of the few ways of eliminating the STEM gender-gap.

      After YEARS of attempting to gain traction amongst Silicon Valley’s biggest “movers and shakers”, guess what their collective response has been?


  7. Makkah emir washes the Kaaba

    On behalf of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, emir of Makkah and adviser to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, washed the Holy Kaaba on Tuesday.

    Upon arrival at the Grand Holy Mosque, Prince Khaled was received by President of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais.

    The emir washed the Holy Kaaba from inside and rubbed its walls using pieces of cloth dipped in Zamzam water mixed with rose oil.

    Minister of Haj and Umrah Mohammed Saleh Benten and a number of officials participated in the washing of the Holy Kaaba.

  8. Prison staff hospitalised following BRUTAL brawl during riot at high-security UK jail (express, Oct 1, 2018)

    “SPECIALIST “Tornado” officers were called to an outbreak of violence at a high-security jail on Sunday after some of the country’s most dangerous inmates brutally attacked and injured six members of prison staff…”

    • Prison staff hospitalised following BRUTAL brawl during riot at high-security UK jail

      Two Words: Wood Shampoo (Rinse and repeat as needed).

  9. Women Adoul in Morocco: The Not So Modern Legal Dilemma (moroccoworldnews, Sep 30, 2018)

    “… One celebrity scholar, an “improvised” neuroscientist, explained that men have a gland in their brain which women apparently lack that allows them to be able to speak, listen, and remember information at the same time. The scholar had to announce in the middle of his explanation that he had forgot the name of the gland…”

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