1. VOX’s first act was to remove the bust of a Caliph in Spain, who was known for building fortresses and laying siege to other parts of Spain.
(Leftists are calling it an act of intolerance. Fascinating use of selective enforcement. This Caliph would have been an oppressor to the Spanish of unprecedented proportions. Google translate needed for the article)
2. Maxime Bernier asks Liberal Government why they are passing laws to crush free speech in every way.
Here is my question from today's Question Period.
Voici ma question de la période de questions d'aujourd'hui. pic.twitter.com/fwF4fOQTrv
— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) June 18, 2019
(JUSTIFIABLE FREE SPEECH!?!?!?! How very Soviet of them.)
3. One of the best Gad Saad videos:
Quebec Secularism Bill Passes – I'm Back to Hiding Under the Table (THE SAAD TRUTH_923): https://t.co/qM4WSJCAeD. @francoislegault @Raheelraza @TarekFatah @brianlilley @NatashaFatah @CBC @mtlgazette @Imamofpeace @AndrewScheer @JustinTrudeau
— Gad Saad (@GadSaad) June 19, 2019
(The problem with this kind of sarcasm is it gets hard to tell it apart from genuine leftist propaganda, in such Orwellian times)
4. Diversity manifests itself in Croatia-Bosnia border
Some of the following is in English. And one cannot help but wonder why they walked illegally into this area and expected everything to be handed to them. If its as bad as they say, and it may be, but often it is not, why not just go back to Pakistan? Pakistan is not even a refugee producing country as far as we know.
5. Teen Athletes Challenge CT Policy Allowing Transgenders To Compete Against Girls
On Monday, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys representing teen track star Selina Soule and two other minor female track athletes submitted a complaint to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights seeking an investigation into sex discrimination. The complaint specifically challenges the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) policy allowing biological males who identify as female to compete in girls’ athletics, ADF announced in a press release sent to The Daily Wire on Monday.
Per the CIAC policy, Soule was forced to compete against female-identifying biological males in a high-stakes track competition where two transgender sprinters beat the field, taking first and second place by significant margins; Soule landed in 8th place, missing an opportunity to compete in front of college coaches by two places.
(That is one to watch)
6. Ami Horowitz looks at the Muslim Brotherhood:
(Ami Horowitz made the stellar movie, ‘UN Me’, a film which everyone needs to see.)
Related: Israeli doc on the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey:
Thank you M., Coram Deo, Wrath of Khan, Richard, EB., and all who sent in materials. More to come today.
Speaking of communism…
Avi gets it right on this one. He doesn’t use the term, ‘selective enforcement’ but I wish he would as this is the real issue here. His example of 911 footage is brilliant. But frankly the footage of the Easter attacks recently in Sri Lanka would be the same. Why is it that only this event is so sacred that footage cannot be shared?
Oberlin and the price of wokeness
3. Bill 21 “An Act respecting the laicity of the State”
[Laicism. : a political system characterized by the exclusion of ecclesiastical control and influence]
AFFIRMATION OF THE LAICITY OF THE STATE
1. The State of Québec is a lay State.
2. The laicity of the State is based on the following principles:
(1) the separation of State and religions;
(2) the religious neutrality of the State;
(3) the equality of all citizens; and
(4) freedom of conscience and freedom of religion.”
(Sections 6, 14 and 27)
PERSONS SUBJECT TO THE PROHIBITION ON WEARING RELIGIOUS
SYMBOLS IN THE EXERCISE OF THEIR FUNCTIONS
(1) the President and Vice-Presidents of the National Assembly;
(2) administrative justices of the peace referred to in section 158 of the Courts
of Justice Act (chapter T-16), special clerks, clerks, deputy clerks, sheriffs and
deputy sheriffs referred to in sections 4 to 5 of that Act, clerks and deputy
clerks referred to in section 57 of the Act respecting municipal courts
(chapter C-72.01), and bankruptcy registrars;
(3) members or commissioners, as applicable, who exercise their functions
within the Comité de déontologie policière, the Commission d’accès à
l’information, the Commission de la fonction publique, the Commission de
protection du territoire agricole du Québec, the Commission des transports du
Québec, the Commission municipale du Québec, the Commission québécoise
des libérations conditionnelles, the Régie de l’énergie, the Régie des alcools,
des courses et des jeux, the Régie des marchés agricoles et alimentaires du
Québec, the Régie du bâtiment du Québec, the Régie du logement, the Financial
Markets Administrative Tribunal, the Administrative Tribunal of Québec or the
Administrative Labour Tribunal, as well as disciplinary council chairs who
exercise their functions within the Bureau des présidents des conseils de
(4) commissioners appointed by the Government under the Act respecting
public inquiry commissions (chapter C-37), and lawyers or notaries acting for
such a commission;
(5) arbitrators appointed by the Minister of Labour whose name appears on a
list drawn up by that minister in accordance with the Labour Code (chapter C-27);
(6) the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, the Director of Criminal and
Penal Prosecutions, and persons who exercise the function of lawyer, notary
or criminal and penal prosecuting attorney and who are under the authority of
a government department, the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions,
the National Assembly, a person appointed or designated by the National
Assembly to an office under its authority or a body referred to in paragraph 3;
(7) persons who exercise the function of lawyer and are employed by a
prosecutor referred to in paragraph 2 or 3 of article 9 of the Code of Penal
Procedure (chapter C-25.1), unless the prosecutor is referred to in paragraph 6,
when those persons are acting in criminal or penal matters for such a prosecutor
before the courts or with third persons;”
Mmm.. muslims may now claim the hijab is cultural like the rainbow flag for sodomy; and so it is a ‘form of racism’ to deny them their protected and positively discriminated Preferential Identity in the workplace.