Gold justÂ zoomed up nearly $70Â in two hours as the NY exchange opened. German and Australian bonds are also attracting refugee money.
Blood for oil? Good:
Large sections of Scandinavian media users prefer websites that aren’t edited by journalists.
“Confused people seek out internet forums and blogs which are not subjected to journalistic quality control…”
Horrors! We can’t have that, now, can we? Â Â Why â€” people might start questioning the consensus, and then where would we be? Â Read more Â»
All Your Mexico City Are Belong to Us!
“When Hernan Cortes entered Mexico city … a picturesque city full of Mosques”–Â
(Mexico City was full of moskes)Â and so was Australia:Â Â Â ‘catmeat’ Sheikh aj Al-Din Hamed Abdallah Al-Hilali, who claims “Australia was always islamic,Â there are hundreds of mosques in the interior and now its time for Jihad!”
The Islamic Invasion of Australia
Under John Howard, just three boats a year. But Labor thought it knew better and opened the gates:
HMAS Ararat intercepted the vessel, estimated to be carrying 150 people, in the early hours of this morning… The arrival follows the interception of a vessel carrying an estimated 87 asylum seekers yesterday
Remember, the Press Council says we should not call this illegal immigration. Or else.
Bridge to Barbaria:Â
Sowdi Â prince reminded British Â
outgoing ambassador Âdhimmies about the Â Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation that he chairs, about Â various donations (bribes) Â made by the Foundation to university centers to promote cultural dialogue and build a bridge between East-West for tolerance,understanding….and Â ISLAMIC Â PROPAGANDAÂ
UK’s racist media goes after Sayeeda Warsi on witch-hunt
MainstreamLamestream commentators agreeÂ (?) Â that attacks on Warsi are part of an elaborate, sexist and racist plot which is aimed at ousting the daughter of Pakistani immigrants from her position of influence. Â More on the mainstream commentators and the elaborate sexist, racist plot at Â Â The NewsÂ by muselputzÂ Murtaza Ali Shah
A Saudi princess was caught trying to leave the Shangri-La hotel in Paris without settling a six million euro ($7.4 million) bill for her rooms, police said Saturday, confirming a report in the daily Le Parisien.