When is being offensive a crime, and when is removing the offending object? Links 1, June 7, 2019

1. Failure to find a sexual partner is now a DISABILITY says World Health Organization

(It’s a Brave New World out there, isn’t it?)

PEOPLE who don’t have sex or struggle to find a sexual partner to have children with will now be considered as DISABLED, according to barmy new guidelines set to be announced


ntil now, infertility – the failure to achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sex – was not considered a disability. 


But now in dramatic move the World Health Organisation will change the standard to suggest that a person who is unable to find a suitable sexual partner or is lacking a sexual relationship to have children – will now be equally classified as disabled. 

WHO says the change will give every individual “the right to reproduce”.

(Pretty confident I know how this policy will be selectively enforced)

2. Bomb squad deployed after blast rips through two adjacent apartment buildings in Sweden

(No doubt the Swedish Department of Truth is feverishly working on a semi-plausible explanation for this that does not involve muslims or non-ethnic Swedes as the bombers)

A blast that ripped through two apartment buildings in the southern Swedish city of Linkoping has injured dozens, and led to a large emergency response on Friday morning.

Local police said a bomb squad was deployed to the area shortly after 7am and several ambulances were seen rushing to the scene.

There are no reported casualties but local media reported at least 25 people received minor injuries in the blast and the local hospital had initiated a disaster response.

The explosion has blown out windows and destroyed balconies in the buildings in central Linkoping, about 175 kilometers (110 miles) southwest of Stockholm. One of the buildings had five floors, while the other had four floors.

The cause of the blast wasn’t immediately known, but police had not ruled out the possibility it might be the result of a criminal act.


It’s believed the explosion happened outside the apartments – but it’s unclear at this stage where exactly.

3. Here are links to a story where a gang of men in West Ham, demand two lesbians kiss for their amusement and then beat them up. Neither story has a description of any of the men in any way. Clearly the attack must have taken place in or near the West Ham Centre for the vision impaired, despite it happening on a bus where the driver would have to have seen it. Unless the roads in Great Britain, or Orwellistan as it should now be known, are done in brail.

Sky News:



CTV “News”:

4. Twitter Bans Analyst Who Revealed AntiFa Connections With Journalists.

(I wonder if anyone knows if Jack Dorsey as DSA connections? More on the DSA next week)

5. Norwegian Exhibition Gives In to Muslims’ Pressure, Removes ‘Bold’ Image

The picture in question reportedly used symbolic expressions for several religions, such as Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.


A “bold” image exhibited at the Oslo Adult School in Helsfyr has sparked protests from local Muslims and has been removed, the news outlet Resett reported.


The exhibition was arranged by the school’s students and consisted of paintings, drawings, and photographs. According to a local tutor, one particular picture, made by a Lebanese refugee, sparked vociferous protests from the school’s numerous Muslims. According to the tutor, up to 40 people voiced their outrage.


Rector Torunn Thomassen finally submitted to the pressure from the Muslims; the picture was removed and put up in her office instead. According to Resett’s source, many have reacted negatively to the decision in retrospect.

Rector Thomassen confirmed this decision. According to her, the picture in question made a group of students feel “deeply offended”.

(As one might expect, there is no picture of the drawing anywhere. Because it offended muslims somehow. Like everything else.)

6. Instrumental music, now banned from Youtube as “hate speech”

7. Canadian Human Rights champion and parliamentarian, Irwin Cotler, had his talk at Concordia interrupted twice by the usual suspects June 6

More on that here

8. Trudeau has ‘confidence’ in RCMP to investigate Canadian extremist travellers

(If Trudeau is going to go that far, why not go all the way and label them, ‘Islamic dedicated social workers’ and just give them all 10M$ without the charade of a pending court case?)

The latest annual federal report on extremism says some 190 people with connections to Canada are suspected of terrorist activity abroad and approximately 60 have returned

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government has confidence in the RCMP to investigate Canadians who travelled to fight alongside extremists in Iraq and Syria.


Speaking in France following a D-Day anniversary ceremony, Trudeau said the Mounties and intelligence agencies in Canada and abroad face the difficult challenge of presenting the information they gather in court as evidence of crimes.


Trudeau says the government is ensuring Canadian agencies have the necessary resources and opportunities to collaborate with foreign allies on such cases.

The latest annual federal report on extremism says some 190 people with connections to Canada are suspected of terrorist activity abroad and, in addition, approximately 60 have returned.

9. Perhaps the most pernicious example of communists moving the goal posts to criminalize normality so far.

Thank you Gavin Boby, Tao300, PePo, Xanthippa, EB., M., Wrath of Khan and so many more. There is a lot more to come today of course. But there are also some projects I am working on which can take whole days to produce a few minutes of video. Hopefully you will all feel it was more than worth the effort on our part.

Alex Jones interviews the woman who punctured the Trump baby balloon in London.

Direct link here

We will not give an opinion of the rights and wrongs of this woman’s actions at this time. It would require a reframing of the legal matrix we find ourselves in at this time in order to do so. But I believe the following statement is fair and likely to be true:

She was indeed arrested because she punctured a balloon which deeply offender her because of her beliefs. Had she instead, flown a balloon of Mohammad or any other thing which offends muslims and they punctured that, she would have been arrested for offending muslims. So one might wish to examine the likely outcomes of remaining within the imaginary zeitgeist of non-selective enforcement to those who believe in fairness and individual rights.

Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison


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2 Replies to “When is being offensive a crime, and when is removing the offending object? Links 1, June 7, 2019”

  1. 3. Here are links to a story where a gang of men in West Ham, demand two lesbians kiss for their amusement and then beat them up.

    When the West Ham bunch left school they were called up but were found by an Army Board to be too unstable even for National Socialism. Denied the opportunity to use their malice in the service of their country, they began to operate what they called ‘The Operation’. They would select a lesbian and then threaten to beat her up if she paid the so-called protection money. Four months later they started another operation which the called ‘The Other Operation’. In this racket they selected another lesbian and threatened not to beat her up if she didn’t pay them. One month later they hit upon ‘The Other Other Operation’. In this the victim was threatened that if she didn’t kiss her lover first, they’d beat them both up anyway. This for the West Ham gang was the turning point.

  2. 2) Since police thinks the explosion took place outside, I’d assume it was a hand grenade, thrown onto a balcony maybe. But obviously this explosion was way too powerful for a grenade. My best guess would be that one of the inhabitants was experimenting with home-made explosives, and did this on a balcony because of the fumes. Damage seems consistent with a kg or so of TATP (notoriously unstable), or a few liters of ANFO (far more stable, but can give off diesel fumes, which can be ignited by a spark).

    3) The Sky article says one of the assailants spoke Spanish. I’m speculating here, but he might be from latin-america, the mentality can be very homophobic in some places there.

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