Reader’s Links for May 30, 2021

Each day at just after midnight Eastern, a post like this one is created for contributors and readers of this site to upload news links and video links on the issues that concern this site. Most notably, Islam and its effects on Classical Civilization, and various forms of leftism from Soviet era communism, to postmodernism and all the flavours of galloping statism and totalitarianism such as Nazism and Fascism which are increasingly snuffing out the classical liberalism which created our near, miraculous civilization the West has been building since the time of Socrates.

This document was written around the time this site was created, for those who wish to understand what this site is about. And while our understanding of the world and events has grown since then, the basic ideas remain sound and true to the purpose.

So please post all links, thoughts and ideas that you feel will benefit the readers of this site to the comments under this post each day. And thank you all for your contributions.

This is the new Samizdat. We must use it while we can.

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50 Replies to “Reader’s Links for May 30, 2021”

    • The suns is still rising every day. You do not live under Stalin or Mao et al. Enjoy life more by putring uplifting works in your life. This one is needlessly negative. It reduces to a glorious thought: we are unqiue in being made in God’s image, but some powerful people prefer we think otherwise.

      • Thank you Malca. You are very right. Now is the time to try to stay on the sunny side, and I don’t mind being reminded one bit.

  1. A very good Branco Cartoon

    Freedom isn’t free, you freedom was bought with the lives of the brave, those who thought that freedom for all in our nations was worth the risk of their own lives. We are once again faced with the evil people of the world trying to enslave us, the goals of the evil ones hasn’t changed, the only thing that has changed is the tools they are using. Once again we must stand up and be counted in order to preserve our freedom, once again we must prove that we are worthy descendants of the people who bleed and died to give us our freedom, we must fight and possibly die to give the future generations the freedom we use to enjoy.

    Will the readers who can drink adult beverages (my meds say no) lift one for those we left behind.

  2. In Justine Trudeau’s diverse Canada, while we are in Lockdown

    Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs – – – Week in review.
    It’s time to push back against the world’s oldest hatred.

    Jews have been pelted with stones on the street in Montreal.

    Pro-Palestinian “activists” are driving through the Jewish neighbourhoods in Edmonton demanding to know “where the Jews live”.

    Armed anti-Israeli thugs arrested in Cote-Saint-Luc.

    STUDENTS at Wilfred Laurier University posting videos of themselves stabbing the air at an Israeli flag.

    Jewish business defaced in Halifax and targeted across the country.

    Jews being beaten on the streets of Toronto…………

  3. sky news australia – ‘Lunatics are running the asylum’: BLM flags flying at US embassies under Biden administration

    • Deutsche Pravda – Reports of fraud in Germany’s COVID-19 test center

      Testing for the coronavirus has become a multi-billion dollar business globally.

      In Germany, a whole industry of private test centers has sprung up in recent weeks.

      They’re free for the public, but the federal government pays for each test.

      Now German media are reporting on allegations of widespread fraud in testing centers.

      Some have been accused of billing the government for tests that never occurred.

      Millions of euros have been paid to testing centers, with little control or oversight over their operations.

    • sky news australia – Lefties make ‘handbrake U-turn’: Yesterday’s COVID-19 ‘conspiracy theory’ is now ‘perfectly feasible

    • CBC – Health Canada extends expiry date for thousands of AstraZeneca-Oxford doses

      The federal department has extended the expiry date from May 31 to July 1 for specific lots of the vaccine, according to a spokesperson for Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott.

      + comments on the YT page

      • Health Canada will say hey don’t worry the worst that could happen is you could expire. C’on man get injected, and be infected.

    • DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – COVID comes to Taiwan: Two words kill BioNTech deal

      Taiwan’s health minister has revealed that two words scuppered a deal for millions of COVID 19 vaccines with Germany’s BioNTech.

      Chen Shih-Chung says the company requested Taiwan drop the words ‘our country’ from a joint press release set for January the 8th.

      He said his government agreed to change the wording to just ‘Taiwan’ the same day.

      But a week later, BioNTech put the agreement on hold due to a ‘re-evaluation of global vaccine supply and adjusted timelines.’

      This explanation comes a day after President Tsai Ing-wen directly accused China of blocking Taiwan’s deal with BioNTech.

      In response to her statement, BioNTech told News Asia:

      “We do not provide information on any potential or possible distribution of our vaccine.

      Our goal at BioNTech is to make the vaccine available to as many people worldwide as possible.”

      Meanwhile, only about 1 percent of Taiwan’s population has received a vaccination.

      And there’s a growing sense of alarm as the island faces its biggest COVID-19 outbreak yet, after months of keeping the pandemic well under control.

      The government has ordered a lockdown to curb infections.

      It’s something many on the island thought they would never see.

      After more than a year of relative safety, Taiwan is battling its first major domestic outbreak, reporting hundreds of local cases daily.

      It’s believed that airline pilots brought the U.K. variant to the island last month after quarantine was shortened to just 3 days for crew members.

      The spread was then accelerated through a network of tea houses in Taipei’s red light district.

      The authorities have declared a nationwide Level 3 alert, meaning a soft lockdown.

      Public events are called off. Many shops are closed and restaurants can only do takeout.

      The shopping district in Taipei is virtually a ghost town, while dozens of people queue up for COVID tests at various sites.

      Hospitals in Greater Taipei are running out of beds and patients will now be sent to other parts of the country for treatment.

      The authorities have also taken over hotels to accommodate those with light or no symptoms.

      So far, Taiwan has only vaccinated around 1% of its 24 million people.

      Most Taiwanese had been vaccine hesitant before the local outbreak.

      10 million doses of vaccines will arrive by August.

      But until then, the island is likely to remain under soft lockdown.

      Do not be complacent in the face of a pandemic.

      It is a lesson learned for Taiwanese.


    • CBC – Boris : G7 needs to agree on vaccine passports for international travel

      ( 10 min 29 )

      … “there has to be some sort of agreement” among G7 countries on COVID-19 vaccine passports to help kick-start international travel when he hosts the G7 Leaders’ Summit in the United Kingdom next month.

      • Vaccines minister congratulates Boris Johnson on wedding, talks about vaccinating children

        Britain’s vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi on Sunday offered his congratulations to Prime Minister Boris Johnson on getting married to his fiancée Carrie Symonds.

        “I think it’s a wonderful thing for both of them,” Zahawi told British broadcaster Sky News.

        Johnson, 56, and Symonds, a 33-year-old environmental campaigner, married Saturday in a small private ceremony in London, Downing Street said Sunday.

    • Mexico protest against in-place classes before vaccine

      University students demonstrated in Mexico on Monday against the return to in-person classes in educational institutions scheduled for June 7 in Mexico City.

      Members of Mexico’s National Federation of Students say conditions do not exist for a safe return to the classroom due to the risk of COVID-19 infection because a large part of the population has yet to be vaccinated.

      The students marched carrying placards and banners agreeing to return to classes but only if immunized, rejecting a return to schools without the vaccine.

      The students are demanding that at least 70 percent of the population be vaccinated before students return to the classroom.

    • CBC – Should Canada have different rules for travellers with different levels of vaccination?

      In an interview on Rosemary Barton Live, Health Minister Patty Hajdu said she’ll consult with the provinces before acting on a new report calling for an end to the federal government’s mandatory hotel quarantine policy for air travellers.

    • “We’ve Seen Almost NO Adverse Consequences”

      Praising the almost total lack of vaccine side effects, former Pres. Obama asks Dr. Tony Fauci to reveal what is working best persuading people to take it.

    • WSJ – Employers Can Require Covid-19 Vaccine Under Federal Law, New Guidance States

      Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says federal laws don’t prevent an employer from requiring workers to be inoculated

      U.S. employers could require all workers physically entering a workplace to be vaccinated against Covid-19, the federal government said Friday.

      The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued updated guidance stating that federal laws don’t prevent an employer from requiring workers to be vaccinated.

      However, in some circumstances, federal laws may require the employer to provide reasonable accommodations for employees who, because of a disability or a religious belief, aren’t vaccinated. For example, the EEOC said as a reasonable accommodation, an unvaccinated employee entering the workplace might wear a face mask, work at a social distance or be given the opportunity to telework.

      The new guidelines also say that federal laws don’t prevent or limit incentives that can be offered to workers to voluntarily take the vaccine. And employers that are administering vaccines to their employees may also offer incentives, as long as the incentives aren’t coercive.

      The updated guidance is intended to answer frequently asked questions, EEOC Chairwoman Charlotte Burrows said in a statement. She said the agency will continue to update and clarify its assistance for employers.

      The commission is an independent, bipartisan agency that enforces workplace civil-rights laws. The five-person body is led by Ms. Burrows, a Democrat whom President Biden elevated to the top position. It also includes three Republican members nominated by former President Donald Trump.

      Some employers have offered bonuses to workers who take the shot. For example, retailer Dollar General Corp. is offering four hours of pay to those who take the shot, and Bolthouse Farms, a maker of juices and salad dressings, said it would pay $500 to full-time hourly workers who get Covid-19 vaccine. Retailer Trader Joe’s, delivery service Instacart Inc. and meat producers Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. and JBS USA Holdings Inc. said they would give vaccine incentives.

      JBS USA, the biggest U.S. beef processor, and Pilgrim’s Pride, a top poultry supplier, won’t require plant workers to get the vaccine, a spokesman for the companies said. A Bolthouse Farms spokesman said the company didn’t have plans to mandate vaccinations. Dollar General, Trader Joe’s and Instacart Inc. didn’t respond to requests for comment Friday.

      Keira Lombardo, chief administrative officer for Smithfield Foods Inc., said the pork giant is making vaccines available for plant workers but isn’t requiring them at this time.

      The EEOC said employers may provide employees and their family members information about the benefits of vaccines and how to obtain them. It noted the vaccines are available free of charge.

      The guidance comes at a time when more employees are returning to work sites, and separate federal agencies have said mask wearing isn’t required for vaccinated individuals.

      Edwin Egee, vice president for government relations and workforce development at the National Retail Federation, said he didn’t know of any NRF members that had mandated vaccines, and he didn’t expect that to change much, if at all, based on the EEOC guidance. Instead, he expects the guidance to help employers encourage workers to get vaccinated.

      “A lot of them have already done it in the absence of guidance, but today’s guidance clearly gives them legal clarity to go forward,” he said.

      The EEOC, on its website, said it has received many inquiries about vaccine requirements, including concerns that the three vaccines used in the U.S.—from Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, and Pfizer -BioNTech—were granted emergency use authorizations as opposed to fuller approvals. The agency said decisions around whether the level of authorization creates a legal issue is “beyond the EEOC’s jurisdiction.”

      The agency added that “because some individuals or demographic groups may face greater barriers to receiving a Covid-19 vaccination than others, some employees may be more likely to be negatively impacted by a vaccination requirement.”

      The EEOC noted that it would be unlawful to apply a vaccination requirement in a way that treats employees differently based on disability, race, color, religion, sex, national origin or age. It also stated that state and local laws may also govern vaccination requirements.

      Marc Freedman, vice president of employment policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said the guidance should also help ease individuals’ fears about returning to the workplace.

      “To the extent that employees are concerned that coming back to the workplace will put them at risk of getting Covid-19, anything that helps an employer get more employees vaccinated will help make the case that the workplace is safe,” Mr. Freedman said.

      Mr. Freedman was pleased the EEOC had clarified that employers can offer vaccination incentives without confronting legal issues. But, he said, the EEOC’s guidance also said that incentives are acceptable as long as they aren’t “coercive”—a term whose meaning, Mr. Freedman said, wasn’t clear.

      That could “expose employers to challenges from employees who don’t wish to be vaccinated.”

      Many employers are reporting difficulty hiring workers for open positions. Whether the vaccine guideline will impact that labor shortage depends on how many employers require vaccinations, and how much unvaccinated workers mind it if they do, said Adam Ozimek, a labor economist at Upwork Inc., a platform that connects businesses and workers for freelance projects.

      A lack of available workers could make employers in certain sectors hesitant to make vaccine demands, and also could make workers confident in finding another job if they don’t like the requirement, he said. But he added the most important impact, for the economy more broadly, “would be if employers require vaccines and this helps to get more people vaccinated, because that would help end the pandemic faster.”

    • sky news australia – One vaccine dose ‘not enough’: Aged care worker and resident test positive despite first jab

      Labor MP Bill Shorten says one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is inadequate after a resident and a worker at an aged care facility tested positive despite having their first jab.

      He said the cases at Arcare Maidstone aged care home were a “serious development”.

      “I understand that both the worker and the resident that tested positive have had one dose of the vaccine. This is why everyone needs to have two vaccines.”

      He said the Morrison government’s talk of singular doses was “dangerous”.

  4. Jordan Peterson Demands for Conservatives to ‘Sacrifice Trump and Stolen Election’ Concerns

    Best-selling author and classical liberal philosopher Jordan Peterson is demanding for conservatives to “sacrifice Trump and the stolen election narrative” moving forward.

    Peterson made the suggestion in a Twitter post calling for unity between the Left and the Right.

    He said that conservatives must sacrifice Trump and tolerate election fraud, and liberals must sacrifice “DIE and CRT” in order for a middle ground to be established.

    The tweet can be seen here:

    Even though Peterson has advertised himself as a defender of Western thought, his globalist connections have caused many to doubt his authenticity.

    Peterson once helped draft The Report of the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel On Global Sustainability at the behest of the United Nations in 2013. He was joined by Obama-gate villain Susan E. Rice and other high-level globalists in drafting the report.

    “The universal human rights and fundamental freedoms of migrants must be respected. These migrants make a positive economic contribution to their host countries, by building up their labour force,” the report read.

    During a 2016 podcast appearance shortly before he would explode on the public scene, Peterson explained even more troubling connections that he has with Big Tech and the corporate elite.

    “I do executive coaching, mostly for senior partners of big law firms. I run a testing business for the world’s biggest early-stage technology incubator in California, called the Founder Institute,” he said.

    Peterson was also a guest of honor in 2018 for the infamous Trilateral Commission, which has been frequently described as a cabal of the ruling class. They produced video of some of Peterson’s remarks after their conference:

    Big League Politics has reported on Peterson’s major health problems in recent years as he became dependent on pills:

    “Classically liberal philosopher Jordan Peterson currently has the COVID-19 Chinavirus, according to his daughter Mikhaila, but he is expected to recover from the ailment.

    Mikhaila Peterson made the announcement during a recent podcast. Her father has been recovering from a variety of ailments recently, which has stopped him from being in the public eye as Western Civilization quite literally goes up in flames.

    “He was put on a whole bunch of, kind of preemptively, he was put on anti-virals and things,” Mikhaila Peterson said.

    “I don’t know if that was necessary, because his symptoms weren’t that bad — he didn’t have a cough, he had a mild fever, but they just put him on everything,” she added.

    Mikhaila said that Peterson is suffering his second bout with pneumonia in this year alone, as his health takes a turn for the worst.

    “And so now we’ve had a step back in his recovery. Life is just not good, things are not good right now,” she said.

    Despite her father’s many health issues, she believes he will make a full recovery and the family will be able to make it out of this severe rough patch.

    “He’ll get better, but he’s definitely taken a step back and it’s just really unfortunate… it’s been a disaster,” she said.”

    In the past, Peterson called for Brett Kavanaugh to be disavowed because of liberal outrage. This enigmatic individual may not be what he bills himself to be, and Peterson’s deep globalist ties should arouse skepticism about his actual motives.

    Jordan Peterson Demands For Conservatives To ‘Sacrifice Trump And Stolen Election’ Concerns

    Peterson made the suggestion in a Twitter post calling for unity between the Left and the Right. He said that conservatives must sacrifice Trump and tolerate election fraud, and liberals must sacrifice “DIE and CRT” in order for a middle ground to be established.

    There can be no unity or middle ground; the left doesn’t compromise. Peterson is a fool who clearly doesn’t understand the current state of US politics.

    • “He said that conservatives must sacrifice Trump and tolerate election fraud, and liberals must sacrifice “DIE and CRT” in order for a middle ground to be established.”

      DIE: Diversity, Inclusion and Equity.
      CRT: Critical Race Theory.

      The middle ground of no resentment.

  5. Arizona Senate Considering Expansion of Maricopa County 2020 Election Audit
    By Zachary Stieber
    May 30, 2021 Updated: May 30, 2021
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    The Arizona Senate is mulling an expansion of the 2020 election audit taking place in Maricopa County.

    Senators are considering hiring a California-based nonprofit to analyze ballot images to create a third set of numbers to compare with the tabulation from Dominion Voting Systems machines and the hand recount being done by Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based firm in charge of the current audit.

    • With all these states carrying out audits and recounts, what happens if results shift the vote in favor of Republicans, thus the election itself? We live in interesting times.

  6. Deutsche Pravda – Danish secret service helped US spy on Germany’s Angela Merkel: report

    Denmark’s complicity in the NSA spying scandal against German politicians has been revealed in a joint European media investigation.

    Denmark’s secret service helped the US National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, a European media investigation published on Sunday revealed.

    The disclosure that the US had been spying on its allies first started coming to light in 2013, but it is only now that journalists have gained access to reports detailing the support given to the NSA by the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (FE).

    The report showed that Germany’s close ally and neighbor cooperated with US spying operations that targeted the chancellor and president.

    The then chancellor candidate for the German center-left socialist party (SPD), Peer Steinbrück, was also a target, the new report disclosed.

    Secret service sources passed on the information to a team including Danish, Swedish and Norwegian broadcasters (DR, SVT and NRK respectively), as well as the French newspaper Le Monde, German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and German public broadcasters NDR and WDR.

    How did German officials react?
    Steinbrück spoke to the German members of the research team upon finding out about the spying operations against him.

    “Politically, I consider this a scandal,” he said. While he accepted that western states require functioning intelligence services, the fact that Danish authorities had been spying on their partners showed “that they are rather doing things on their own.”

    Neither Merkel nor Steinmeier had “any knowledge” of the spying operations carried out by leading Danish government officials. A spokesperson said that the chancellor had been informed of the revelations.

    How was the Danish government involved?

    The Danish government knew of the involvement of their country’s secret service in the NSA scandal by 2015 at the latest.

    They began to collect information on the FE’s cooperation with the NSA between 2012 and 2014 in the secret Dunhammer report following the disclosures by the former NSA employee and whistleblower Edward Snowden, NDR reported.

    The information they gathered made it clear that the FE had helped the NSA to spy on leading politicians in Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands and France, as well as Germany.

    Danish intelligence also helped the US agency to spy on the Danish foreign and finance ministries as well as a Danish weapons manufacturer. The FE also cooperated with the NSA on spying operations AGAINST THE US GOVERNMENT ITSELF.

    Upon discovering exactly how far the cooperation between the two countries’ intelligence services went, the Danish government forced the entire leadership of the FE to step down in 2020.

    What drove Danish spies to help the NSA?

    A Danish expert in secret service operations Thomas Wegener Friis believes that the FE was faced with a choice about which global partners to work more closely with.

    “They made a clear decision to work with the Americans and against their European partners,” he told NDR.

    Patrick Sensburg, who led the German parliamentary committee to investigate the NSA spying scandal, was not surprised by the news. For the lawmaker from Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), it is important to understand what drives secret services.

    “It’s not about friendships. It’s not about moral-ethical aspirations. It’s about pursuing interests,” he told NDR.

    The NSA, FE and Danish defense ministry did not respond to requests for comment on the research, however, a general statement from the defense ministry said that “a systematic bugging of close allies is unacceptable.”

    Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste lod USA spionere mod Angela Merkel, franske, norske og svenske toppolitikere gennem danske internetkabler

    En hemmelig undersøgelse i FE med kodenavnet ’Operation Dunhammer’ afslørede omfattende aflytning mod Danmarks nabolande.

    FE lod USA spionere mod Merkel gennem danske kabler

  7. Deutsche Pravda – China’s competition for living space

    More than 60 percent of China’s population of 1.4 billion currently lives in cities.

    Within a decade, the share of urban dwellers is expected to increase to 75 percent.

    Construction is booming and competition for residential land is fierce.

    But the right to live in a city in China is conditional.

    Authorities want their modern cities to be peopled with well-educated, highly-qualified or politically well-connected residents.

    As a result, certain standards have to be met to be eligible for a modern, urban home.

    Only members of China’s political classes and the financially successful have a hope of qualifying.
    Yet more than half of the people who live in cities are so-called “migrant workers.”

    They come from rural communities and have no official rights to settle in cities.

    They are there to work.

    With no proper rights, they are merely tolerated while they serve as merchants, servants, waitstaff, cleaners, construction workers and tradespeople.

    But while they are indispensible to daily life in the cities, they are unable to afford their exorbitant rents.

    This documentary looks at how and where these workers live, and asks whether middle and working class Chinese even figure in the official vision of shiny, high-tech cities.

    The filmmakers also look at what happens to those who oppose official plans, or stand in the way of the building boom.

  8. El 92% de las familias marroquíes contactadas por la Ciudad rechaza que vuelvan sus hijos

    El Área de Menores ya ha realizado cerca de 200 entrevistas personales con menores y hablado con 75 progenitores

    El Área de Menores de la Ciudad ha comenzado esta semana a enfocar con nitidez el problema que, en forma de más de mil menores migrantes marroquíes no acompañados, ha dejado en Ceuta la crisis migratoria que desató el país vecino el pasado 17 de mayo. Basta con pasear por casi cualquier punto de la ciudad, desde Benítez hasta Santa Catalina, para atisbar que aún pueden ser cientos los jóvenes que permanecen en situación de calle, pero la administración local ya tiene acogidos a 1.125, entre ellos los 238 albergados en ‘La Esperanza’, parte de los cuales serán repartidos en breve por las distintas autonomías en el marco del mecanismo de solidaridad “sin precedentes” articulado.

    La Ciudad cuenta, de los recién llegados, con 920 reseñados por la Policía. En Piniers hay 171 varones y 67 chicas. En el polideportivo Santa Amelia, 245 hombres y en las naves del Tarajal, otros 364.

    El escrupuloso procedimiento que prescribe la legislación y que el Servicio de Protección a la Infancia que dirige Toñi Palomo sigue “al pie de la letra” ha comenzado a avanzar en el proceso de cribado con la realización en el Hospital de pruebas de determinación de edad a aquellos cuya edad está en duda (este viernes se efectuaron las diez primeras) y de la mano de la oenegé Save The Children se han realizado ya más de 150 entrevistas personales con niños y adolescentes.

    Con ellas se ha conseguido documentación que evitará pruebas radiológicas innecesarias y agilizará trámites con algo más de la mitad (80), así como entablar contacto con 79 familias. El resultado de estas conversaciones ha sido “desolador”, sobre todo si se compara con las 4.400 llamadas que recibió el teléfono habilitado por Menores justo después de la crisis (956 51 24 13) para que los progenitores en busca de sus hijos pudiesen localizarlos con rapidez.

    Con independencia de que viniesen engañados o no, el 92,5% de los padres y madres se ha “interesado” por el estado de sus descendientes, pero una vez aquí prefiere que se queden en España “por motivos socioeconómicos, familiares, falta de dinero, pobreza, encarecimiento de medicamentos…”, y sólo en seis casos se ha encontrado respuesta favorable. Ahora toca lidiar con la posición del país vecino para facilitar las reagrupaciones. Los tres primeros intentos han resultado “infructuosos”.

    En el de una joven, porque al ser preguntada en la frontera dijo haber accedido a Ceuta fuera de los días críticos de la avalancha, por lo que fue rechazada. En los de dos niños, porque la Gendarmería no consintió que los padres se acercasen al punto de entrega con el fin de que los técnicos de la Ciudad constaten el tono de su encuentro, como prescriben los protocolos.

    “En los procedimientos de reagrupación no sólo es necesario cotejar la filiación, sino también valorar riesgos de contacto, la viabilidad del retorno y el consentimiento de padres y menores nos hacen responsables de esos menores y no podemos dárselos a policías, menos a agentes que hace dos semanas abrían las puertas para que saliesen de su país”, argumenta la jefa del Área.

    FRANCE PR4VD4 – Unaccompanied migrant children await their fate in Ceuta

  9. “The former chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board in Uttar Pradesh- Waseem Rizvi has come out with a ‘new Quran’. After facing the broil of the Islamic community on mentioning the controversial Surahs of the holy book of Muslims and being charged with a fine of Rs.50, 000 for filing a PIL in the Supreme Court to amend the same, Waseem Rizvi himself took up the task and omitted almost 26 Surahs that according to him was the cause of radicalism within the community.”

    “Hindus have been at the receiving end of barbaric violence, massacre, rape and demolition of ancient temples by Islamic invaders in Bharat since the 7th century. Every barbaric Islamic invader from Muhammad bin Qasim to Aurangzeb has used terrorism as a tool to convert people to Islam in hordes. Even in independent India, Hindus have been wiped out of Kashmir and are being continuously hounded out from areas where Muslims are in majority. The inspiration for all Islamists for the past 1400 years since the inception of Islam has been the Quran and Sunnahs.

    In this background, instead of giving out mealy mouthed politically correct statements which only gives rise to increasing Islamo-Fascism, Waseem Rizvi has addressed the main cause of terrorism boldly. He has been targeted with several FIRs, death threats and beheadings brazenly by Islamic leaders in India, many of them hailing from national political parties. ”

    • “Surprisingly, instead of welcoming Waseem Rizvi’s petition in the Supreme Court to examine these controversial 26 verses and its import on increasing Islamist terror and violence, the Supreme Court bench headed by controversial Justice Rohinton Nariman dismissed Rizvi’s petition summarily and even imposed fine of Rs.50,000.”

      Surprisingly, eh?
      Compare notes with the Shin Bet in Eretz.

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