If it is a cultural thing its okay.
Just like, like… cannibalism..?
FGM? Hashish, Opium anybody?
When it’s a multicultural imperative. “Hookah lounges exempt from bylaw”
by Frances Bula in the Vancouver Sun
Vancouver’s hookah-parlour owners are celebrating after winning an exemption Thursday from a proposed new bylaw that will ban smoking on most sidewalks in commercial districts, in bus shelters and even in taxis passing through Vancouver.
In giving the bylaw unanimous approval-in-principle, Vancouver city council members bowed to arguments that hookah lounges provide an important cultural space for the city’s Muslims and granted them a temporary exemption.
The bylaw, which provides for fines of $100 to $2,000, won’t come into effect until the legal department has drafted Thursday’s amendments. No firm date for its implementation has been set.
* It won’t be.
For the sake of diversity, PC and the new age multiculti religion called Islam every door will open magically…
Russians employed at Iran’s Bushehr nuclear reactor suddenly depart in a body, according to local Arab sources
Moscow or Tehran has been tipped off that a US or Israeli attack is imminent on the Bushehr plant and Iran’s other nuclear installations and acted to whip Russian personnel out of harm’s way.
Ex- CIA Spook plays ‘anal-ice’ me: “Jihadists’ boredom a ‘common trait’ ”
From the AGE, of course…
ClonesÂ Clowns of Befuddlement
A SENSE of boredom and frustration with their “insignificant” lives is a common trait of people who become violent jihadis, according to leading terrorism expert.
Marc Sageman is a former CIA officer who worked with the Afghan mujahideen in the 1980s and early 1990s.
* More info here. Thanks to Mullah: Safeguarding Australia
He left the US intelligence service and became a clinical psychiatrist, giving him some perspective on Islamic extremism.
* ???? Becoming a clinical psychiatrist gave him ‘some perspective’ of what????
He has spent the past few years researching terrorist networks and their radicalisation. He said terrorist recruits might range from highly educated doctors to unemployed youths. “There’s nothing mysterious about these guys,” he said. “It’s not about being brainwashed. They are all too human.”
* Yeah. Just like us. Right?
* Actually, we beg to differ: They are not like us at all. The jihadists are brainwashed, they hate us and want to kill us. And if they get killed in the process they get their 72 houri’s (and don’t forget the 24 boyz)
Thats why they do things like this
* Here is another clueless ‘terrorism expert’ who is just as naive and befuddled like Sageman. Michael Scheuer learned nothing from his ‘chasing Bin Laden’ activities and Steven Emerson shows him what a mental lightweight he is here.
* And here is Scheuer making a fool of himself here again on Bill Mahers show
* Is America cloning idiots like Scheuer and Sageman somewhere in some secret cave?
Oliver Roy, another self styled ‘terrorism’ pop tart
Terrorism: ‘War on terror’ not a global fight says expert
Paris, 2 Oct. (AKI) – The so-called war on terror should not be viewed as a global problem, but dissected within the context of regional conflicts, according to French scholar Olivier Roy, who is an expert on Islamic movements.
“The global war against terrorism cannot be carried out, as it is linked to Osama bin Laden’s strategy, which tries to confuse regional conflicts in order to pass it off as “only one clash between Islam and the West,” said Roy in an interview with Adnkronos International (AKI).
Roy instead suggests a separation between regional conflicts, rejecting the current idea that peace in the Middle East is linked exclusively to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
* Do we only have delusional f*kcwits who call themselves ‘experts’ nowadays?
Fitzgerald on ‘Boredom’
First it was “poverty.” But they all turned out to be middle-class or rich, far better off, and far better educated, than the run-of-the-mill Muslims, so it couldn’t be that.
Then it was “sexual tension.” But then there were those who pointed out that Bin Laden and many of his pals had all the wives they could afford, and then some, so it couldn’t be that.
3 thoughts on “Canada: ‘Walk A Mile For My Hookah”- To smoke or not to choke”
* FGM? Hashish, Opium anybody?
A letter to the editor in today’s print edition of “The Advertiser” says – “Here in Adelaide within the past couple of weeks, a young mother is said to have performed the mutilation that is so-called female circumcision on her baby daughter with a kitchen knife …” [Police did nothing because it was “cultural”]
I can’t find any such report online, & never saw any earlier reference in the print copies. I only buy or read the print edition in cafes etc, like yesterday when I tried one of Macca’s BLT bacon thingies … not too bad.
“They are all too human.â€
Probably they were born that way. But as they grew older,,,, a funny thing happened on the way to the mosque,,,week in, week out.
FGM in Adelaide? Goodness! Nothing will be done about it as is what happened in Europe. No one will do anything. In fact doctors will start doing it to protect the victims.
This really needs to be outlawed.
* [Ex- CIA Spook] Hopeless. Read it if you want
I read it … “It was friendship that brought together and bound terrorist networks, rather than a common economic or religious experience.”
It was friendship all the time, and there I was, gulled into thinking it had something to do with … Islam.
I was bored out of my mind reading that codswallop, but instead of blowing something
up, I went in search of the Safeguarding Australia conference he is speaking at… http://www.safeguardingaustraliasummit.org.au/
Some of the sessions might be interesting. They might even mention the “I” word!
Gramfan, nothing was apparently done about reported FGM in Adelaide. Police will often say “there’s nothing we can do” in such situations, & I find they are very good at doing it. 🙂
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