Too easy, eh? Even when they lose a few headbangers, they still come out in front.
Was it Crusaders who attacked the Christchurch mosques? I hadn’t realized. Changing this logo, and certainly, the team name is not long for this world, is a sign of the acceptance of the idea that Westerners should be ashamed of the Crusades.
Why is Erdogan allowed to fund Muslim Brotherhood mosques in America?
If Erdogan is now the biggest threat to global security because of his actions in the Syrian civil war, then shouldn’t we be more concerned with his subversion activities in our own country by a factor of a million?
Belgium: Knife-wielding Muslim screaming about Allah asks passersby if they’re Jewish, cops say it’s not terrorism
“The suspect is not considered a terrorist, a spokesman for the Brussels Prosecutor’s Office told HLN…” Then the word “terrorist” is meaningless. How has this suicidal lunacy overtaken the entire Western world?
Iraqi (Musel-) man charged over people smuggling venture which killed more than 350 people
Greta Thunberg’s dream world would cause ‘a human tragedy of disastrous proportions’ – economist to RT
‘We don’t want an empire built in Brussels’: Hungary’s FM speaks to RT about migrants & rocky relationship with the EU
SHAME: Venezuela dictator Nicolás Maduro destroyed his country, starved his people & crushed dissidents. So the U.N. just now elected him to its "Human Rights Council."
🇲🇷 Mauritania, which has 500,000 slaves – won 89% of votes
🇱🇾 Libya – 87%
🇸🇩 Sudan – 91% pic.twitter.com/0MQO1v1gGe
— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) October 17, 2019
Zuckerbugger lays out grand vision of Facebook-fueled utopia – too bad it bears no resemblance to the platform he’s actually built
The billionaire rhapsodized about the liberating potential of Facebook before an audience at Georgetown University on Thursday in a “conversation on free expression,” an event that undermined its own purpose before Zuckerberg even opened his mouth. Reporters were barred from asking questions or even filming the proceedings, while students’ inquiries were subject to a moderator. But such matter-of-fact hypocrisy set the stage for a speech that described an enticing vision for the platform’s future – one that would require a 180-degree turn on everything Facebook is doing now.