1. Multiculturalism also means the biggest gang makes the rules.
Not in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Egypt, but in Queens, NY – June 2019.
Noise complaints are ignored… pic.twitter.com/j0Y0rxBlUw
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) August 6, 2019
2. Hamas delegation to Tehran leaks:
#BREAKING Israeli report reveals new details regarding Hamas delegation recent visit to Tehran: Iran raised its monthly financial aid to Hamas to $30m and asked Hamas to provide intelligence regarding Israeli missile facilities. Hamas asked Tehran to mediate between it and Assad pic.twitter.com/tRRyBf7wXS
— Yossi Mansharof (@Yossi_Mansharof) August 5, 2019
3. Man arrested in Spain after ‘snatching toddler in Nottingham at gunpoint’
POLICE in Spain have arrested an Algerian who allegedly snatched a two-year-old girl from a children’s home in Nottingham at gunpoint and fled the UK with her.
The 44-year-old was held on an Iberia plane at Madrid Airport during a scheduled stop en route to his North African homeland. The little girl was rescued and handed over to local social services so she could be returned to the UK. The detainee’s whereabouts today was not clear but it is thought UK authorities have prepared a European Arrest Warrant so the suspect can appear before judges in Madrid in an extradition hearing and be flown back to Britain to face trial. […]
“He turned up at the centre and took her by force after allegedly threatening staff with a firearm and tying them up.
(As usual, no information as to motive etc. whatsoever)
4. High security in Jammu and Kashmir after India’s Kashmir move.
Phones, internet cut, army enforces curfew.
5. Chinese Communist Government speaks to Hong Kong rioters
6. Italy to fine migrant rescue boats up to €1 million as tough Salvini law passes
Matteo Salvini has scored another victory after parliament passed a security bill which threatens the captains of migrant rescue vessels with fines of up to €1 million if they enter Italy’s ports without permission.
The passing of the bill further bolsters the strong position of the deputy prime minister, who has made combating migration from North Africa one of his main priorities since coming to power last summer.
The security measure means that the skippers of NGO vessels who rescue asylum seekers in the Mediterranean and try to bring them to an Italian port will face fines of up to €1 million.
They will be arrested and their vessels impounded.
7. More DSA highlights. This is hypnotizing. Its like watching a group of Canadians.
8. Schoolgirls Asked to Don Islamic Headscarf For ‘Hijab Day’ in November
Non-Muslim schoolgirls in Lincolnshire, England, are being asked to don the Islamic hijab headscarf for a day in November.
Ghada Mohamed of the Lincoln Muslim Sisters Forum is organising the event, which she hopes will be taken up by high schools all around the country, to increase non-Muslim girls “knowledge” of the religious garments and decrease alleged incidents of abuse against hijabi girls.
The BBC reported that one Muslim girl told them that “the hijab was part of her identity, but wearing it sometimes made her feel like she was not part of the community”, and that she supported Mrs Mohamamed’s initiative.
The idea that Muslim girls might try not wearing the hijab to feel more like “part of the community” was not raised in the BBC report, although it was broached on social media by talkRadio host Julia Hartley-Brewer.
(It is fully enraging that muslims in the West are not being asked to remove their hijabs in solidarity with the women being jailed for 10 and 15 years in a brutal prison in Iran where they actually imply, state rapists as part of the punishment. Where women are being murdered in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the Islamic world, even Canada and the USA for not wearing a hijab. It is so offensive that we are not asking for solidarity from muslims who seek asylum in the West against these horrors, that when they ask us to wear one with them, it causes cognitive dissonance.)
Thank you, Richard, Coram Deo, M., Wrath off Khan, and everyone who contributed today so far. More to come for sure.
7- This is Johnny (he/him) U from Dystopia expressing my point of privilege wondering how the f*@k you load a room with that many Soy-boys and commie bitches and not have them rip out each other’s friggin’ livers and eat them with tofu and carrots! Can’t you feel the estrogen-loaded tension? Comrades? At least in Canada a he/she/it has limitless miles of bush where they can strip naked and choose suicide by horseflies, covering themselves in honey, and running screaming to the grizzled end. Suicide by horseflies. Yeah. Sounds good now.
Lettuce: Point of Privilege!
*Ahem* Wear a Hijab Day should include cis-men and non-binary people.
And this Comrade is triggering all those without estrogen or testosterone.
Chair: Who might they be?
Lettuce: Babies. They’re now crying.
Chair: And who are you?
Lettuce: Lettuce Bea. Give Peace A Chance Chaper.
Thank God I didn’t have to set through that BS, I would have been in trouble for laughing so hard.
#5 My husband spent many, many years working in China for months at a time.
Last night on BBC World News America we watched their footage.
I asked my husband “Is this Tienanmen II?”
His reply was “This will not end well for Hong Kong. China has too much to lose.”
So, prepare for major force…
Your husband made a massive understatement, China can either crack down on the Hong Kong protesters and risk more monetary sanctions that may collapse their economy. Or they can give in to the protesters and probably have the mainland people decide to protest for more economic and political freedom. The first choice may cause the Chinese government to collapse, the second would require a massive crackdown on the mainland and the sanctions being put on China.
Either way China is in a ver bad place, but cracking down on Hong Kong, risky as that is, has the least risk for them.
Did you ever have doubts about who owned Hong Kong after this?
As long as Communist China exists they own Hong Kong, when/if they collapse there is a chance possibly even a good chance China will break up into several smaller nations.
China warns Hong Kong protesters not to underestimate central government
Beijing warns Hong Kong protesters not to mistake China’s restraint for weakness
China’s central government threatens Hong Kong protesters | DW News
Hong Kong protesters throw Chinese flag into harbour in latest stand
Aug 5 protests bring Hong Kong to a halt
THE BIG STORY: Hong Kong protests affecting tourism and economy (05/08/19)
Hong Kong in deepest political crisis since its handover to China: Expert
4 – This hasn’t blown up into a full fledged war, not yet but it sure looks like that is coming.