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“Democracy will cease to exist when you take from those who have earned it and give to those who have not.”

Thomas Jefferson

Pic thanks to Jihad Watch Deutschland

Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel warns of “Islamophobia”

“…and it should remain possible to criticize Israel about settlements…” JW Deutschland

“Real breakthrough”  in the UK

Britain’s first female Muslim members of parliament celebrated after winning seats in the general election.

SKY News

Rushanara Ali, the first person of Bangladeshi origin to be elected to the British parliament, stood for Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s Labour Party. She won the east London seat of Bethnal Green and Bow with a comfortable majority.

Credentials: Labour, Islam, RESPECT, Yuman Rites, etc…..

‘To millions of Bangladeshis around the world, it will mean so much to them that somebody of their background has been elected to the mother of all parliaments,’ said the 35-year-old, who was born in Sylhet and moved to east London when she was seven.

East London is the heart of the Bangladeshi community in Britain. Some street signs around the Brick Lane area are written in English and Bengali.

Labour’s Shabana Mahmood and Yasmin Qureshi also feted being among the first wave of Muslim women ever elected to the House of Commons.

Mahmood won the seat of Birmingham Ladywood in Britain’s second city. The constituency has the highest percentage claiming unemployment benefits in Britain.

Shabana Mahmood was born and bred in Birmingham. She studied at Oxford University, then became a lawyer.

She described her victory as ‘a real breakthrough’.

‘I think it sends a powerful message… Parliament should reflect the people it represents.’

Yasmin Qureshi, 46, a Pakistani-born lawyer, moved to Britain when she was nine. She was elected in Bolton, northwest England.

‘I’m absolutely delighted. Obviously, I am very pleased the voters of Bolton South East chose a Labour candidate and elected a Labour MP.

‘It is a truly humbling experience and I promise to work very hard for the constituents.’

Saturday night Taliban:

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"Change you can't believe in…"

Quote of the day, Newt Gingrich:

“Its no longer about change you can believe in, its about CHANGING EVERYTHING we believe in…”

Atlas Links:


 Don’t Talk Shit to the Police!

Jawa Report:

What  made Gates forget that, no matter what, even when you’re right, you don’t talk shit to the police?

WTF does color have to do with it?

But in my experience, it doesn’t matter WTF color you are the rule still stands,


That’s damn good advice for anyone who is white, black, orange, purple, whatever. If there’s shit to be said to an officer, let your lawyer do it!

“Black History” propagandist Gates wails and pontificates:

“My entire academic career had been based on improving race relations, not exacerbating them. I am hopeful that my experience will lead to greater sensitivity to issues of racial profiling in the criminal justice system. If so, then this will be a blessing for our society. It is time for all of us to move on, and to assess what we can learn from this experience,” he said. But of course, Obambi invites this scumbag to the White House... 

How about getting rid of “black history professors” and “black histery months altogether?






* By the time we’re done with this Turkey there won’t be even small change left…

Tim Blair – Tuesday, February 03, 09 (04:25 am)

Star letter in the February edition of Viz: 

I don’t know why everyone is so pleased about America getting a black president. Zimbabwe has had one for years and he’s s**t. 

*  Surprise:  Suddenly Obama has Muslim roots

Africa asks dictator to lead

His own people can’t vote for him, but fellow African leaders do:

LIBYAN leader Muammar Gaddafi took the reins of the 53-nation African Union at a summit today… Mr Gaddafi, elected in a closed-door vote at the summit in the Ethiopian capital….

Nor is Africa’s shame limited to the fact that Gaddafi is unelected. He’s also a primitive:

Hoping to burnish his standing, he recently had a group of traditional leaders name him the “king of kings” of Africa, and brought an entourage of seven local monarchs dripping in gold jewellery with him to the summit.

Andrew Bolt:  Forgiving Obama for Bush’s sins