The country that prosecuted Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant for telling the truth about jihad and Islamic supremacism will not do anything about genuine hate. “Toronto Islamic school will not face charges over anti-Jewish curriculum: police,” by Stewart Bell for the National Post, November 8 (thanks to JW):
TORONTO — A Toronto Islamic school whose teaching curriculum disparaged Jews and encouraged boys to keep fit for jihad will not face criminal charges but police said they had identified curriculum materials they found concerning.
Senseless babble about a ‘red line’ and the meshugga prophet from a deranged Arab in Israel:
A man identified as a leader of an Islamic movement inside Israel says that Muslims have been very tolerant about insults to their prophet, Muhammad, but the video “Innocence of Muslims” just took the rhetoric too far.
Slick Willie would say “poverty causes terrorism”- but its Islam that causes poverty, and terrorism:
… “Countries in North Africa are experiencing poverty, marginalisation, exclusion, lack of development and the absence of institutions, an environment where organised crime is thriving and radical Islamic movements are spreading,” …allAfrica.com via Mullah
… Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh told worshipers during a Friday sermon held in a mosque in the capital Riyadh that people should not contact foreign media outlets to “divulge the country’s secrets or address various matters” … (Mullah)
Just like those Bengali Muslims in Burma. Sounds almost as if they all use the same game plan:
That he could make this kind of a threat indicates that Gen. Mustafa al-Sheikh already is one. “Syria: leader of rebels warns they might ‘turn into terrorists,'” by Richard Spencer and Ruth Sherlock in the Telegraph, November 9 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
They burned their own houses and those of the Buddhists, and then accused the Buddhists… they demand that the aid-agencies resettle them, knowing that the largesse of the bleeding hearts is unlimited… or is it?
True to form, the soldiers of allah threaten to kill the remaining Buddhists in Pakistan, Indonesia and elsewhere if the Burmese government doesn’t submit to Islamic mores. Its the usual modus operandi. Burma needs to stand firm and make sure that the Bangla Muslim invaders are resettled from whence they came.
“Republicans can win again if they become Democrats,”
Don’t go there, folks. That’s why this election was lost.
Clueless Condi; “presidential material”
Condi Clueless: Republicans Need a ‘Bigger Tent’-- Really? A bigger tent so the camel can get his nose in it. Conservatives should be more like progressives, we need to be more inclusive….. right? No. Clueless Condi was never where its at. She was ridiculously overrated, just like that other affirmative action Negro, Colin Powell.
Ready for the reeducation camps, for the shaming and peer pressure that will make you submit to the brandnew Obama world, where we can all sing kumbaya on foodstamps and get free Koolaid? Read More »
Yesterday, Diane Sawyer asked John Boehner in an interview if he planned to push for repeal of Obamacare. He responded that “the election changes that” and “Obamacare is the law of the land.”
No, Mr. Boehner, the Constitution is the law of the Republic. (More)
Petraeus was set up to be the fall guy
Darrell Issa should be talking to Patraeus, and offering protection under whistle blower status.
Glenn Beck last month speculated that Petraeus would ultimately take the fall on Benghazi.
“Who have they tried to sell down the river every step of the way? The intelligence,” Beck said. “You watch. Petraeus is going to be the fall guy. They’re going to have him step down. They’re going to point all fingers to him.”
How can anyone not be in love with the religion of peace and sharia law? France’s Muslims have called for new legislation against “Islamophobia”, sez the progressive British homo from France TV, babbles something about “attacks on Moslems and the storming of a mosque in Poitiers”. At last he comes to Mohamed Merah, the killer of Toulouse….
Simply brilliant. For the first time we see a large crowd of French people from all walks of life, young and old, turn out against Islamofascism. There is hope, after all.
We have a message from Rita who was there:
AT LAST!!! It’s the first time since I saw all those Arab/Islamist flags at the Place de la Bastille Paris, in celebration of the socialist election win in May 2012, that I can hope again: perhaps France is not lost after all. These are the first pictures (the big medias will ignore them at best but more likely distort the messages of course) of the anti-islamist, anti-sharia, pro-freedom for France march against the Islamist fascism , organised by my friends Pierre Cassen from “Riposte Laique” http://ripostelaique.com/ and Christine Tasin from “Resistance Republicaine” http://christinetasin.over-blog.fr/ .
UN Watch, the Geneva-based non-governmental human rights group, urged UN chief Ban Ki-moon, rights commissioner Navi Pillay, U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and the EU’s Catherine Ashton to condemn today’s U.N. election of “genocidal, misogynistic and tyrannical” Sudan to its 54-member Economic and Social Council, a top U.N. body that regulates human rights groups, oversees U.N. committees on women’s rights, and crafts resolutions from Internet freedom to female genital mutilation.
“This is an outrage,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch. “On the same day we hear that Sudan is killing babies and burning homes in Darfur — precisely the kind of dire situation ECOSOC should be urgently addressing — the U.N. has now made vital human rights protection less likely than ever.”
“It’s inexplicable that 176 of 193 U.N. member states voted to support the blood-soaked regime of Omar Al-Bashir, failing to recognize that electing genocidal Sudan to a global human rights body is like choosing Jack the Ripper to guard a women’s shelter,” said Neuer.
“By granting the seal of international legitimacy to a mass murderer, the United Nations human rights system has today diminished its own credibility, and cast a shadow upon the reputation of the organization as a whole.”