1. US military may intervene in Vz. militarily if necessary: -Pompeo
2. Christian persecution ‘at near genocide levels’
The persecution of Christians in parts of the world is at near “genocide” levels, according to a report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
The review, led by the Bishop of Truro the Right Reverend Philip Mounstephen, estimated that one in three people suffer from religious persecution.
Christians were the most persecuted religious group, it found.
Mr Hunt said he felt that “political correctness” had played a part in the issue not being confronted.
The interim report said the main impact of “genocidal acts against Christians is exodus” and that Christianity faced being “wiped out” from parts of the Middle East.
It warned the religion “is at risk of disappearing” in some parts of the world, pointing to figures which claimed Christians in Palestine represent less than 1.5% of the population, while in Iraq they had fallen from 1.5 million before 2003 to less than 120,000.
3. Watch – Muslim terror school: Children in Philadelphia call for Jewish genocide
Young children at the Muslim American Society (MAS)’s in Philadelphia, call on the next generation of so-called Palestinian youth to embrace terrorism, to glorify suicide bombers and mass murder Jews.
But these children are not performing in Ramallah or Gaza. This hate-filled song was played in Philadelphia and proudly broadcast on Facebook.
Another Philly imam: “Jews are the vilest of people…”
4. Sri Lanka: Ban on face-veil risks stigmatizing Muslim women
(And all this time I was thinking that wearing the face veil was actually what stigmatizes muslim women. In fact I still think that)
Responding to Sri Lanka’s emergency regulations imposing a ban on clothing that conceals the face, Amnesty International’s Deputy South Asia Director, Dinushika Dissanayake, said:
“At a time when many Muslims in Sri Lanka fear a backlash, imposing a ban that effectively targets women wearing a face veil for religious reasons risks stigmatizing them. They will be forced out of public spaces to stay at home and will be unable to work, study or access basic services. The ban violates their rights to non-discrimination, freedom of expression and religion.
“Where there are legitimate security concerns, the authorities can carry out identity checks when objectively necessary. It is important that the state provides measures that comply with human rights. Women have a right to choose how they dress, whatever their beliefs. Forcing women to take off the face-veil is coercive and humiliating.”
5. Muslim in Australia found guilty of the casual murder of his neighbour in a jihad attack
6. Catholic philosopher: Why I signed the open letter accusing Pope Francis of heresy
May 2, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Catholics who have been paying any attention to the words and deeds of Pope Francis over the past six years are aware of the mounting problems of this pontificate. It is hardly necessary to go into details here; those who care to know either already know or can easily find out.
The Open Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church that was signed by a number of scholars and pastors, including me, furnishes clear evidence of heretical (not just erroneous) statements that may be found in the approved writings of Pope Francis, as well as evidence—in the form of repeated acts and omissions of governance—that he is fully aware of what is he promoting.
Many people have been asking: What’s the good of taking a step like this? Will it not further polarize the situation? Will it not offer excuses to the Bergoglio party to intensify their confinement and persecution of Catholics? Is it not overwhelmingly likely to be ignored? Can anyone do anything about a wayward pope—mustn’t we just wait until God sorts it out for us? And besides, aren’t the signatories lacking in sufficient theological qualifications?
7. Australian prime minister rejects candidate’s Islam posts
Australia’s prime minister said his Liberal Party rejected the anti-Muslim views of an electioncandidate who on Friday became the third to lose the conservative party’s endorsement in as many days over social media postings.
The scandals surrounding candidates have become distractions for Prime Minister Scott Morrison and opposition leader Bill Shorten as they attempt to focus voters on policies ahead of the May 18 election. Candidates for both the Liberal Party and the center-left Labor Party opposition quit on Friday over their online pasts.
Morrison had stood by Jessica Whelan, a Liberal candidate for the House of Representatives in Tasmania state, amid accusations on Thursday she made anti-Muslim posts on social media. Morrison said screenshots of Whelan’s comments appeared to have been doctored and a complaint had been made to police.
(Maybe someone should introduce him to Fraser Anning)
Thank you Yuckie, Oz-Rita, M., Wrath of Khan, EB., Richard, ML., SB., and all who sent in materials. There is more to come today including part II of the interview with the former prisoner in Qatar.
Today’s Ottawa Pic. A man sits outside on a corner of Bank St. Just outside the no free speech zone near an abortuarium. His signs, front and back, both ask for freedom of speech and points out its importance.
To understand why he is there and what the no-speech zone is on a public corner, watch the following video:
1 – If the US intervenes in Venezuela we risk creating a new Syria in South America, if the US doesn’t intervene in Venezuela a new Syria in South America is almost a certainty.
China and Russia (as well as the international left) don’t want a peaceful solution in Venezuela, they want chaos that they can force into the neighboring nations. By destabilizing South America they will create massive numbers of refugees that will attempt to reach what they think will be sanctuary in the United States. This will in turn destabilize North America, a move that will give China, Russia and Iran much freer hands in the areas they are seeing to dominate and in some cases absorb into their nations.
Given the imputed goals of Russia, China and Iran there is a very high probability that they will be able to create a new Syria in Venezuela and withing a year or two destabilize both South and North America. It looks like it is going to be game on.
“By destabilizing South America they will create massive numbers of refugees that will attempt to reach what they think will be sanctuary in the United States. This will in turn destabilize North America, a move that will give China, Russia and Iran much freer hands in the areas they are seeing to dominate and in some cases absorb into their nations.
Wasn’t Cuba the original
domino“stepping stone” in Latin America? Look at how well that little shithole of a dictatorship flourished withoutthe American tit to suckle on.
This is Reason # 3,542 to crash Communist China’s economy before it can trigger such global mayhem. It’s clear that the Chicoms are playing Soviet-style economic brinkmanship with their high-calorie diet of OBOR and military adventurism. What few are willing to admit is that this rice-bending behemoth is teetering on the edge of a systemic socioeconomic failure which will make Venezuela look like paradise.
It’s time to sanction the shit out of them and yank that fatty steak off of Beijing’s plate. Let them subsist on the thin, workhouse gruel they’re serving up in sub-Saharan Africa, and wherever else they poke their slimy tentacles. A hungry people will—as they have done throughout history—make short work of their fatted rulers.
This is coming, what strikes me is that Putin seems to be ignoring the fact that if the US is knocked out of the game, or even seriously weakened the resulting economic turmoil will drive Russia down as well. China on the other hand seems to be thinking/hoping that the economic turmoil will let them steal enough to save their economy.
Under Batista the average Cuban ate more animal protein then a lot of people in Canada and the States, they had a higher percentage of the population literate then in any other Western Nation. They have more doctors per 100,000 people then any other Western Nation, and things were so good that the Americans moved down there to live instead of the Cubans trying to get to the US. There economy based on the export of sugar and cigars was one of the strongest in the Americas.
Now Cuba is a shit hole that makes other shit holes look good.
“It warned the religion in some parts of the world, pointing to figures which claimed Christians in Palestine represent less than 1.5% of the population, while in Iraq they had fallen from 1.5 million before 2003 to less than 120,000.
All of which obscures the elephant in the room.
Why won’t anyone talk about how Islam “is at risk of disappearing” in all parts of the world. Everyone refuses to talk about how Muslims have shit for a nuclear arsenal, whereas Christian nations have some of the biggest nuclear inventories ever built.
One can only imagine how retarded, inbred, Muslims truly believe that after enduring nuclear terrorism—because that’s where the current course of inaction is taking us—Westerners will merely, “turn the other cheek”.
It seems the ummah fails to realize that: What gets “turned” is Islam’s other thoroughly fucked butt cheek as we roast it the living hell out of this world.
The Islamic community like the left thinks we have lost our nerve and won’t fight them like we fought WWII. If Bush had carried through on his first thoughts (wanted dead or alive) and fought to win things would be very different. Because he let himself be talked out of acting rationally and instead going to the limited war and limited goals we are edging to nuclear terrorism. When this attack happens (not if, when) the US President of the time will be forced to retaliate against all terror supporting nations or face a coup by current and retired military officers. There will also be the much talked about backlash that will shake the world with its intensity.
Hopefully the Europeans will see what we do and will follow our example.
#6 I don’t think the signatories to the letter lack theological qualifications. What they may lack is Canon Law qualifications and definitely lack is any authority.
On at least one of their points, the Pope has responded to when asked. That of the plurality of religions being the will of God. What he meant was it is part of the permissive will of God. God allows it, but doesn’t positively will it.
The problem is that some of the things Pope Francis does are open to misinterpretation, and that’s not good.
We’re used to Pope’s being very clear in their writings, leaving no room for misinterpretation.
No one could misunderstand Pope Benedict.
About yesterday’s post from Faith Goldy, I’m glad she’d done her homework and won her case. But did she really say that she’s endorsed the Federal Liberal Party?