Mosaic of Diversity

This is rich:

Father of Toulouse shooter Mohamed Merah files murder lawsuit  (H/t Vlad Tepes)

The father of the al-Qaeda-inspired gunman Mohamed Merah went on a killin spree in France before being shot dead by police, has filed a murder suit in Paris, his lawyers said Monday.– Telegraph

Dhimmi Judgement in Finland:

The Supreme Court in Finland has upheld the “hate speech” verdict against Jussi Halla-aho, a writer and an MP for the True Finns party.   This farce has dragged on for three and a half years. 


A Gift of Multiculturalism

 Nothing to do with Islam; totally un-Islamic:
Leprosy (or, in modern usage, Hansen’s Disease) disappeared from Europe after the advent of modern hygiene and scientific medical treatment. Now, in the 21st century, it has returned to Spain as a part of — you guessed it — cultural enrichment.  Read more »   (GOV)
Sultan Knish:

The Battle for Jerusalem: On Capitol Hill

Eric Stakelbeck

Jerusalem is mentioned 600 times in the Old Testament and another 160 times in the New Testament. It is never mentioned in the Koran.

Yet a battle continues to rage today over whether Jerusalem should remain Israel’s undivided capital.

Yesterday on Capitol Hill, members of the International Israel Allies Caucus Foundation (IIACF) called on the United States to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel and to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to the Eternal City.

Michele Bachmann, Allen West, and other pivotal lawmakers were on hand for this annual “Jerusalem Day” breakfast. You can watch my report on the event by clicking on the viewer below.


3 thoughts on “Mosaic of Diversity”

  1. My guess is the the wanker Hollande will make sure that this islamic piece of exctrement profits.

  2. We had eradicated tuberculosis in the US also until millions of illegal Mexicans started swimming the Rio Grande. Now, it’s back. Ain’t diversity just the greatest?

  3. And polio has been reintroduced in Australia due to a muzzleputz from the sub-continent.

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