Second vehicle towed from Sherman mansion

If this was a murder/suicide wouldn’t we know it by now?


Fear of backlash time!

They’re always victims. Always. Either they were victims, they are victims or they will be victims.

People need to quit assuming this was “just a child who told a fib”. I’ll bet my last dollar this kid is just a pawn. Some child abuser(s) put her up to this and we need to find out who. And speaking of abuse, the TDSB is guilty of grossly exploiting the child:

Psychologist Dr. Oren Amitay was among those questioning the Toronto District School Board for giving the media access to the girl.

“I’ve been involved in a number of issues where the school board, acting with the best of intentions but being driven by political correctness and virtue-signalling, has made some wrong calls,” he told CTV News Channel on Monday.

Amitay suggests the story may have been pushed forward by an overeager school official who wanted to do the progressive thing, but didn’t take the time to properly vet the girl’s account.

“This was definitely the wrong call,” he said. “And whoever allowed it to go forward should be held accountable in some capacity.”


The Southern Poverty Law Center Scam


Reminder: Turks and Arabs Welcomed the Balfour Declaration

“100 years have passed since the notorious Balfour Declaration, by which Britain gave, without any right, authority or consent from anyone, the land of Palestine to another people. This paved the road for the Nakba of Palestinian people and their dispossession and displacement from their land.”[1]

So Mahmoud Abbas claimed at last year’s annual meeting of the U.N. General Assembly in what constitutes the standard Palestinian indictment of the November 1917 British government’s pledge to facilitate “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people” providing that “nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine.”

It is an emotionally gripping claim, but it is also the inverse of truth. For one thing, Britain did consult its main war allies, notably U.S. president Woodrow Wilson, before issuing the declaration, which was quickly endorsed by the contemporary international community, including the leaders of the nascent pan-Arab movement. Furthermore, the declaration was used as a model by the Ottoman Empire for its own official communiqué.

For another thing, it was not the Balfour Declaration that paved the road to the displacement of many Palestinians but its rejection by the extremist Palestinian Arab leadership headed by the Jerusalem mufti Hajj Amin Husseini—this against the wishes of ordinary Palestinian Arabs who preferred to coexist with their Jewish neighbors and take advantage of opportunities created by the evolving Jewish national enterprise. Had this leadership not ignored the wishes of its subjects, and the will of the international community for that matter, there would have been no nakba.

Would Bernie Farber ever use terms such as “Qur’an-thumping,” “Hadith-thumping,” or “Torah-thumping”?

Bernie Farber is a self-described “social justice advocate” and former Executive Director of the Mosaic Institute, an organization that defines its mission as a “national platform that amplifies the voices of Canada’s diverse communities.”

A valid question to be asked is: are Christian communities included?

In a tirade published by the Toronto Star, Farber refers to Canada Christian College in a most offensive, non-inclusive manner, unbefitting anyone claiming to respect diversity and inclusion. He refers to the college as “the Bible-thumping home of ultra conservative evangelicals.”


Marcia Clark Says A&E Docuseries Uncovered New Evidence in Casey Anthony Case

Marcia Clark says that while shooting her upcoming A&E docuseries “Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48,” she found some “pretty big” evidence that points to Casey Anthony’s guilt years after the woman accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter got off for the crime.

Peel Regional Police Respond To 3 Domestic Homicides In Same Night

A police force west of Toronto says its first three homicide victims of the year all died within the same night in two unrelated domestic incidents.