Its like watching a beautiful old building collapse in slow motion: Links 1, May 19, 2019

1. Iranian regime and music

2. A non-communist political vehicle torched in Oz:

3. A decent more or less clear update on the progress of the exposing of the corrupt, anti-democratic deep state and Democrat party attempted coup of President Trump.

(The most significant thing that has actually happened in terms of turning all this stuff up, was the firing of the Italian heads of intel because of their involvement with the coup. A very good sign if ever there was one.)

4. Geert Wilders in Milan

5. Petition to remove Rashida Tlaib for fake address lie surpasses 300,000 signatures

Democrat Michigan congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is facing nationwide calls for her resignation or removal from office after Big League Politics exposed that Tlaib lied about her address in order to illegally register to vote, run for office, and represent a state House district that she did not live in — violating federal and state laws in the process.

6. Another example of selective enforcement in the UK

7. Canadian immigration policy is really Pakistani emigration policy

8. Illegals taking over French airport and demanding their “rights”.

(I hope to have a choice segment done soon from this protest where they say what exactly those “rights” are.)

Thank you Richard, EB Xanthippa, M., C., Gates of Vienna, and many MANY more who contributed to this site this weekend. There is more in the oven. Please check back later tonight.

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28 Replies to “Its like watching a beautiful old building collapse in slow motion: Links 1, May 19, 2019”

  1. There is a lot to talk about here, most of it bad but the Trey Gowdy video shows hope for cleaning up part of the swamp.sewer. This combined with the firing of the Italian spy masters and the calls to eject the corrupt Islamic Politician from the House of Representatives says that there are still people fighting for freedom and justice.

    The dancing Iranian kids show that the Iranian government is losing its grip on the nation, hopefully their government will collapse and some sane people can take over that nation.

    The most troubling is the reports of political and religious violence in Australia and Britain, both of those nations are headed into massive civil wars.

  2. #7 What does the Canadian immigration minister mean at the end of the video, when he says that in Pakistan businesses do not have the access to (I think he said) “venture capital,” that we have in Canada?
    I hope that’s not Government handouts from tax money. What does he mean?
    Anyone know?

    • You don’t want it even if some rich Paki invests his private capital for startups. That’ll just chum the water. NO. GOOD.

      The 6th most populous country, quite possibly the most dangerous “source” of invaders on the planet. Internally riven by tribal warfare, home to Terrorism, Inc. (aka “the Terrorism Supermarket). The Paki diaspora is an extension of clan-mafia governance. ~no borders, no nations~

      In recent years they’ve made common purpose with the Muslim Brotherhood. That’s like crossing the uranium enrichment threshold, an exponential threat multiplier across the globe.

      Think innumerable victim-identity groups like “Rohingya”, crafted to promote the imperialist agenda of the Death Cult. Serviced by Western media and political elites (including the current Pope).

      Pakistan’s intelligence service is one of the best in the world. It SERVES the disparate international terrorist organizations that have either headquarters or branches located in this lawless hell. They work every side, all sides.

      War on the Rocks has quite comprehensive coverage, a series that goes back several years:
      “Southern Discomfort”

  3. These cute videos of kids dancing to a pop song in Iran have outraged conservatives in the country.

    Can’t it be clearer? There’s only one reason why the Big Turbans are so pissy.

    Dem uppity little third wives are gettin’ all het up an havin’ MORE FUN THAN WE IS! Da noive.

    • If the explosion near the US Embassy in Baghdad were Iranian missiles they are going to have a lot more to be upset about, like bombs and missiles taking out their Air Force, Navy and a lot of their Army.

    • They’re not having babies:

      “Iran has the fastest-aging population of any country in the world, indeed, the fast-aging population of any country in history. It has the highest rate of venereal disease infection and the highest rate of infertility of any country in the world.…

      “The average working-age Iranian today comes from a family of seven children, but has fewer than two children. That means that when the older generation retires, there will be fewer than two new entrants into the workforce to pay for the pensions of seven retirees. The demographic crisis hasn’t hit yet, and when it does, it will be the financial equivalent of an asteroid hitting Iran.

      “In other words, Iran’s exhaustion of physical as well as human capital may have pushed it past the point of no return.”

  4. THE INDEPENDENT – ‘An enemy plot’: Iran launches crackdown after videos emerge of schoolgirls dancing

    Experts appointed to track down source of videos posted on social media

    Iranian authorities have launched an investigation into “disturbing” social media videos of schoolgirls dancing to a pop song.

    Education minister Mohammad Bathaei said a team of specialists had been appointed to trace the source of the videos, featuring the music of US-Iranian rapper Sasy.

    “The enemy is trying different ways to create anxiety among the people including by spreading these disturbing videos,” he said.

    “I’m certain there’s some kind of political plot behind the publication of these devious clips in schools.”

    The videos show groups of children – and even some teachers – taking part in an online dance challenge to the song “Gentleman”, according to the Center for Human Rights in Iran.

    Several clips of dancing children were also posted by the singer on his own Instagram page in defiance of the criticism from hardline conservatives in parliament.

    After deputy speaker Ali Motahari called for the headteachers of the schools to be sacked, Sasy invited the politician to take part in the challenge before suggesting that he should focus on more important issues.

    “Seriously, you left the dollar, meat, high prices… and decided about “Gentleman”?, wrote the singer, who has more than 2 million followers.

    Another cabinet member, Tadbir Wamid, claimed the videos were “causing concern and disturbance of people’s beliefs about education”.

    “It’s unclear exactly where the clips are, and how it is made,” he said.“That’s why we need the honourable prosecutor, as well as the cyberpolice, on the source and release of the clips.”

    Ayatollah Abbas Ka’bi, a member of the Iran’s Guardian Council of the Constitution, also called for school officials to be prosecuted, claiming the videos were “part of the enemy’s cultural war” against Iran.

    In another post on Saturday morning, Sasy responded: “Did not you think about one day talking about Friday prayers? This song is listened to once in school and thousands of times in homes… get to the big trouble of the country.”

    Iran’s judiciary and security forces are dominated by hardliners who launch periodic crackdowns on behaviour considered un-Islamic.

    In 2014, seven Iranians were sentenced to six months in prison and 91 lashes, suspended for three years, for dancing in their homemade version of the Pharrell song “Happy”.

    Last year an Iranian teenager posted videos of herself dancing in her bedroom. Maedeh Hojabri, an 18-year-old gymnast, was forced to issue an apology on state TV.

    The education minister said that the investigation into the latest videos would ensure that “public trust and beliefs of the religious people in relation to the education system are not compromised”.

    He added that arrangements would be made to “strengthen prayer” in schools, adding: “The only thing that can save students from dangers is prayers in schools.”

    The Gentleman

    Hey it’s time to give me a kiss babe,
    Move on, move on, take the waist, go on dance,
    Come on, come on, shake it sexy,
    Thanks for all your calls,
    Thanks for all your follow-ups,
    Thanks for all your gifts,

    Wow, look at the body for my life sake,
    Everybody says, hey Sasy, get up and make everyone dance bro,
    Our mister’s a gentleman, a gentleman,
    And this lady’s my sweetheart, my sweetheart,

    Don’t touch the positive phases, that I saw couriers parcels in your hands for a few times,
    Here’s Tehran, if you mess with somenoe, they’ll give you hard time,
    She’s a queen, a queen, a yes my dear one,
    I love you so much, and you’re my whole world,
    She’s a queen, a queen, always in party in Kordan,
    Her photos are all hashtags, Tehran’s luxury,

    Wow, look at the body for my life sake,
    Everybody says, hey Sasy, get up and make everyone dance bro,
    Our mister’s a gentleman, a gentleman,
    And this lady’s my sweetheart, my sweetheart,

    Dear listeners, you’re hearing my voice from California, USA,
    To the health of the original ones, to the health of these roles,
    Love you all you singles, those born in nineties, eighties,
    To the health of the nice ones, to the health of the celebrities,
    I love you badly, to the heslth of those at the top,
    To the health of the red eyes!

    Sasy – “Gentleman” OFFICIAL VIDEO

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