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“A third cartoon depicts Nazi leader Adolf Hitler as he ponders which mustache to wear, finally deciding on one that looks like a Star of David.“
It’s a community thing!
Eh, it won’t make a difference in the election. Anyone stupid or scummy enough to consider voting for these silly yahoos won’t care, and quite frankly, neither do I. What I do care about is double standards. Lets play pretend for a minute and imagine how lefties and the media would react if it was a conservative caught getting the one-eyed snake tugged at some flea-bag Chinatown “massage parlour”…..Would guys like Andrew Coyne, national editor of Macleans sat on the news? Yeah, no.
UPDATE: Fur provides a comprehensive round-up of everything we know (so far) about Jack and his outlaw penis.
Pic courtesy of Eye on a Crazy Planet.
The gates are open.
“Arab spring” my ass. “Brainwashed blood-thirsty racist war mongering Islamist haters taking over spring” is more like it.
Here comes war.
“Speaking further about the position of the missionaries, the student mentioned that she once visited one of the markets, accompanied by her girlfriend, where she met a group of young Canadians who were questioning her about Islam, saying that they are representatives of the company on awarding the “million dollars” for those of Muslims who agree to accept Christianity.”
If you’re a young man at that phase of life, your anatomy can cause sudden, um, problems to spring up with hardly a moment’s notice. In Germany, the children’s network KI.KA (from Der Kinderkanal, or The Children’s Channel) is here to help–assuming you speak German.
But even if you don’t, the video has viral potential for its in-flight safety card graphics describing the awkward moments when a guy can actually knock over a store display of toilet paper rolls and then explaining how to fix the problem.
“What really struck me was how merciless they were. They really enjoyed my pain and suffering. It incited them to more violence.”
Lara Logan describes how 200 – 300 “celebrating” Egyptian men brutally raped her.
Predictably, the old fool accuses the U.S. and South Korea of human rights violations, but had no criticism of the genocidal freak starving his own people. I really hate this guy.
Cohesive terror on the way!
He’ll be joined by Ezra Levant and others to discuss freedom and defense of western culture.
Visit the International Free Press Society-Canada for details on this exciting event.
More than half of all Egyptians would like to see the 1979 peace treaty with Israel annulled, according to results of a poll conducted by the U.S.-based Pew Research Center released Monday.
The attack on Jewish worshippers at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus needs to be understood as something more significant than just another unfortunate instance of violence between Jews and Arabs. It is nothing less than a warning of what will happen once Palestinians achieve full sovereignty
Iran has been hit by a second computer virus, a senior military official said Monday, suggesting it was part of a concerted campaign to undermine the country’s disputed nuclear program.
Gholam Reza Jalali, the head of an Iranian military unit in charge of combatting sabotage, said that experts discovered the “espionage virus,” which he called “Stars.”
The document concerning Khadr reveals the young Canadian had been “generally co-operative and forthcoming,” and that he had admitted to throwing the grenade that killed a U.S. soldier during a 2002 firefight when he was only 15 years old. But the memo adds that Khadr had never “expressed any genuine remorse” for the act.
And the secret document goes on to state that Khadr had “grown increasingly hostile towards his interrogators and the guard force and he remains committed to extremist Islamic values.”
Syria closes border crossings with Jordan after armored troops, tanks fire on Deraa; activist says Assad waging “a savage war.”; human rights activists claim at least 25 protesters killed in day’s violence.
Like Christians of old, they came together secretly in a small room — hidden amid a maze of skyscrapers in the heart of Beijing: 65 college students clutching Bibles assembled to celebrate the church’s holiest day of the year, Easter Sunday.
There were hymns, homilies and readings from Matthew and a spirited lecture on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection.
But there was a keen awareness, too, that as an unregistered, “underground” church in China, they’ve been lucky — so far.
Everyone knew as they prayed, that police were rounding up and questioning Christians in another part of the city.
Close to 30 followers of Beijing’s Shouwang Christian church were detained and later released Sunday, as police continued to crack down on the church — the biggest in Beijing operating outside of government control.
Though atheist, the Communist government continues to insist that only it can administer religion in China and that all religions must submit to its control.
Barack Obama has for the third straight year failed to brand the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks genocide despite repeatedly vowing while campaigning to get elected that he would do so.
The president’s ineffectual statement on Friday’s massacre in Syria is the latest act in a White House drama that began in 2009, starring a brilliant intellect who is nonetheless confounded by events.
1 killed, 5 injured in shooting near Nablus.
The death of a Jew is always cause for celebration for the palestinians and so they marked the occasion by setting fire to Joseph’s Tomb.
A controversial Muslim cleric who once led Montreal protests against the cartoon drawings of Muhammad wants to return to Canada after being deported three years ago.
Said Jaziri is currently being held in a California detention centre for trying to sneak into the country from Mexico in the trunk of a car.
Jaziri was a high-profile preacher at a Montreal mosque and has been accused of expressing extreme views before he was deported to Tunisia in 2007 over immigration concerns.
It’s not a matter of low self-esteem, Jackson said this week, on “Today.” It’s a matter of understanding aesthetics.
She told the “Today” show that she studied art in a scholarly way and has a true grasp of what makes a person physically beautiful.
Given the ethnic animosity between Azerbaijan and Armenia, it follows that the authorities were outraged when young Azerbaijani men were caught masturbating to a photo of half-Armenian Kim Kardashian.
The budget of the Hamas movement is 13 times bigger since Israeli forces unilaterally withdrew from the Gaza Strip in 2005, according to the Israeli newspaper Maariv.
The Hebrew-language daily reported Friday that the Islamist party’s annual budget has grown from $40 million to $540 million over the six-year period, despite Israel’s illegal siege imposed in 2007.
This week is Passover, the season of deliverance, and I’m praying for deliverance from America’s failed Jewish leadership. As Jews confront the most dangerous era since World War II, whom are we stuck with for leaders? A clueless bunch of mini-Pharaohs, strutting around proclaiming their moral superiority, blissfully unaware the Jewish people’s mortal enemies are pulling down their pants and laughing at them.
Pupils are being taught about euthanasia with a video featuring a notorious assisted suicide campaigner nicknamed Dr Death.
Dr Philip Nitschke is shown demonstrating his machine that delivers lethal injections in the film, which is already being shown to pupils as young as 14 across the country.
There is also footage of him giving workshops on assisted suicide methods.
The decision to include Dr Nitschke in the video was condemned by campaigners both for and against assisted dying, and a psychologist warned that it could encourage vulnerable teenagers to end their lives.
The Malaysian authorities are at the centre of an increasingly heated row after it emerged that 66 Muslim boys identified by teachers as “effeminate” had been dispatched to a special camp to discourage them from becoming gay.
In an incident that highlights the difficulties faced by gay people in a country where homosexuality is officially illegal and homophobia widespread, educators in the conservative eastern state of Terengganu sent the children aged 13-17 for counselling on so-called masculine behaviour and self-development. They also received religious guidance and physical education sessions.
“[The camp] is to guide them back to the right path in life before they reach a point of no return,” Razali Daud, the state’s director of education, told the Associated Press. “Such effeminate behaviour is unnatural and will affect their studies and their future.”
A director of a controversial Islamic centre in Minneapolis, Minn., was in Toronto at about the time an arraignment was held for a Toronto man facing terrorism charges, sources tell CBC News.
Hasan Jama — a director of a Minneapolis Islamic centre where a handful of young Somalis regularly worshipped before disappearing in 2008 — was in Toronto around the time Mohamed Hersi appeared in a Brampton courtroom, the sources said.
Hersi, 25, was arrested March 29 at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and appeared in Brampton for a bail hearing the next day.
Police allege he planned to travel to Somalia to join al-Shabaab, a group Canada has listed a terrorist organization.
No big deal, they were only Christians.
Syria is currently running for a seat on the U.N.’s flagship “human rights” body, the Human Rights Council. Seats are allocated to five regional groups, and just to make sure Syria’s ascendancy is unimpeded, the Asian group has only nominated the same number of states as they have seats. So barring any unexpected additions, Syria will join fellow U.N. human rights authorities like Saudi Arabia on the Council in May.
This year, In his annual Passover message, the president, who is not Jewish, explained to those of us who are that Passover is not just for Jews any more. He helped those who lack his global perspective to understand the true meaning of the holiday.
WTF is wrong with the twenty-somethings in this country?
Their report advises that the bulbs should not be left on for extended periods, particularly near someone’s head, as they emit poisonous materials when switched on.
Peter Braun, who carried out the tests at the Berlin’s Alab Laboratory, said: “For such carcinogenic substances it is important they are kept as far away as possible from the human environment.”
“I, therefore, use them only very economically. They should not be used in unventilated areas and definitely not in the proximity of the head.”
In a complaint to the city’s integrity commissioner, NOW Magazine says Mayor Rob Ford abused his influence when a member of his staff contacted a City Hall custodial supervisor on Mar. 31 about an issue of the publication that featured doctored images showing Ford nearly naked.
This time reporting from Ajdabiya, Libya, CBC correspondent Neil MacDonald filed a report about Libyan rebels rejecting ceasefire proposals presented by the African Union. In the April 11 CBC National report, MacDonald interviewed a Libyan civilian whose uncle had allegedly been gunned down by pro-Gaddafi soldiers. Holding up a bloody robe, the man speaks in Arabic, and MacDonald translates, “Does this look like a military uniform?”
As the man continues speaking in Arabic, MacDonald says in a voiceover:
“‘Gaddafi is like the Israelis,’ says (the Libyan civilian), summoning the worst insult he can manage. ‘He kills whomever he likes.’”
And there you have it. In a report about “The Battle for Libya,” MacDonald gratuitously introduced Israel into a story that it had nothing to do with. Adding insult to injury, he exposed viewers to the malicious implication that like Gaddafi, ‘Israel kills whomever it likes” – in other words, like Gaddafi, it commits war crimes by targeting innocent civilians at will.
The Pakistani government has hired transgender tax collectors who go out and harass delinquent tax payers. Their method? They threaten said tax payers by promising to show up with more transgender collectors and dancing, thus shaming the business in to paying. Guess what? It kind of, sort of, works.
See, the transgender collectors are considered “outcasts” in the Muslim country, and if they hang around your establishment, it’s considered bad for business.
While young adults are carefree and full of hope for the future and the over-50s have come to terms with the trials of life, the research indicates that those in the middle feel weighed down by the demands on them.
Adam Giambrone (NDP) & Warren Kinsella (Liberal) join SUN News. This is what fair debate and giving a voice to all sides looks like Canada.
“It was around the 8th of April when my friend asked if I’d read about CASMO. I hadn’t, but as soon as he started dropping the names involved, the same names which keep popping up whenever Canada’s paler versions of Islamic extremism makes enough noise to draw attention to it, I knew there would be more.
And indeed there was. After bloggers broke the story, someone at the National Post broke it all over again, a habit they should cease lest folks start thinking them too lazy to do real journalism. But they missed the real stories in all of this; the thought processes of the people affiliated with CASMO; the CEO of the CJC on his high horse once again; and a reminder once again that when it comes to telling the ongoing tale of Islamic fanaticism in Canada, the media, the bureaucrats and the politicians are still found wanting.”
Another Canadian GLBT organization, The North Star Triangle Project, tries to rescue people persecuted for their sexual orientation around the world.
China has been cracking down on dissent of late, as the recent detainment of artist Ai Weiwei suggests.
But the latest guidance on television programming from the State Administration of Radio Film and Television in China borders on the surreal – or, rather, an attack against the surreal.
New guidelines issued on March 31 discourage plot lines that contain elements of “fantasy, time-travel, random compilations of mythical stories, bizarre plots, absurd techniques, even propagating feudal superstitions, fatalism and reincarnation, ambiguous moral lessons, and a lack of positive thinking.”
Turkey is working to open a political office for the Taliban in Istanbul, a close aide to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying on Friday, the first explicit comments on the plan.
“It’s being negotiated right now,” Ibrahim Kalin told the Hurriyet daily, adding the office would be located in Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul.
The audit states that International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy Canada (IRFAN-Canada) used “deceptive fundraising” to support Hamas.