Google Approves App For Muslims To Report People Who Commit Blasphemy

A new Android app has launched with the focus of allowing Muslims to report individuals who commit blasphemy, or insult Islam.


Nine-Year-Old Black Girl Allegedly Bullied For Being Friends With Whites Kills Herself

‘You think you’re white because you ride with that white boy,’ ‘You ugly,’ ‘Black b-tch,’ ‘Just die.’’’

MUST WATCH VIDEO: Imagine if all meetings between politicians had to be public

You can skip to 5:30

Islamic terror attack in France

Two dead and up to 11 critically hurt

Here’s some lyrics woke libs are fine with



“I used to love her, too bad I had to put a slug through her/Dumped her body in the trash like I never knew her/Blood runnin down the gutter into the sewer/Her body stunk for weeks like horse manure”

“Danger Zone”

Big L

“L’s the nigga that crime follows/I’m hittin’ fine models and stabbin’ punks with broken wine bottles/I beat chumps til they head splits, then break em like bread sticks/I sex chicks, I’ll even fuck a dead bitch”



“You and your husband have a fight/One of you tries to grab a knife, and during the struggle/He accidentally gets his Adam’s apple sliced (No!)/And while this is going on, his son just woke up/And he walks in, she panics/And he gets his throat cut (Oh my God!)/So now they both dead, and you slash your own throat/So now it’s double homicide and suicide with no note”


Former Canadian diplomat detained in China

The civilized world needs to unite against this terror-supporting, dirty, toxic, oppressive, human rights-violating, cheating, colonialist, God-forsaken piece of shit country, once and for all.

Seamus O’Regan draws scorn for comparing his career arc to veterans’ struggles

When Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan left journalism, it was, he said, “a shock to his system” — a painful time in his life.

And that — he told a roomful of soldiers and civil servants Monday — has given him insight into how members of the Canadian military feel as they take off their uniforms for the last time.

O’Regan’s personal recollection featured prominently Monday as his department and National Defence publicly announced another overhaul of the system that is supposed to guide retiring soldiers, sailors and aircrew back into the civilian world.

But his efforts to compare his own career arc to the problems facing many ex-military members struck a sour note with his intended audience.

“Good Lord, what a insensitive and inaccurate thing to say,” said Barry Westholm, a former master warrant officer and sergeant-major for the Joint Personnel Support Unit (JPSU) in Eastern Ontario. He resigned from the military to protest the deterioration of the unit that was supposed to help guide injured soldiers back to their jobs or out of the military.