17,000 Muselmaniacs complain about BBC show depicting Nikah Mut’ah

That’s 17,000 Mohammedans who have no problem with selling underage girls into sex slavery, but they get all fired up about kafirs reporting it.

17,000 demand BBC deletes show on Muslim clerics selling girls for sex

“But a BBC spokesman told MailOnline it won’t be deleted and said: ‘This thorough investigation was conducted over an 11-month period and exposes the sexual exploitation of children and young women. The documentary fully complies with BBC Editorial Guidelines.'”

Who do you believe, our soldiers or “Afghanistan’s top human rights official?”

A boy and his father were shot dead by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan. New reports claim theySee More

Leaked documents allege Australian soldiers shot sleeping child dead in father’s arms

This is almost certainly a BS story.


Call it Climate Communism already!
Great Barrier Reef is ‘not at risk from climate change’ says professor – as he claims global warming ENDED 20 years ago
  • Warming of any significance ceased about 20 years ago, renewables a ‘bubble’ 
  • Man-made global warming ‘does not appear to be a serious problem’ 
  • Landscape will be degraded by rusting wind farms, decaying solar panel arrays
  • Australia’s Barrier Reef ‘not in any danger’ and recovers from bleaching events

Professor Lindzen said Australia’s political class had gone completely bonkers& hadn’t taken the time to actually read and understand the science.

‘I can’t imagine what suicidal instincts reside in Australia’s political class.’


Venezuela, Libya & Sudan on the UN’s Human Rights Council

The United Nations Human Rights Council is meant to criticize human rights abuses around the world. Just don’t expect it to say anything about civilian killings in Libya, the slain Sudanese people who had neither freedom of expression nor presumption of innocence, or any of Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro’s human rights abuses.

Why? All three countries now have a seat at the table. On Thursday, the U.N. General Assembly voted to induct all three countries into the ranks of human rights arbiters, despite their blatant disregard for human rights. This is exactly the type of hypocrisy that led the United States to withdraw from the Human Rights Council last year.

So far, most of the media has focused on the high-profile problem of Venezuela. Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley warned that the addition would “make a mockery of human rights.”

“The Maduro regime in Venezuela is among the world’s worst human-rights abusers,” she wrote in the Miami Herald. “Venezuela is the last country that should sit on a council that’s supposed to protect human rights.”