Monthly Archives: November 2015

Biggest immigration fraud “adversely impacts Canadian society”

A Metro Vancouver man who made millions producing fraudulent documents for Mainland Chinese and helped them avoid paying taxes should be locked behind bars for the rest of his life, says Rong Chen.

Richmond resident Xun Wang’s companies hauled in $10 million over eight years by producing altered Chinese passports and fraudulent identities for up to 1,200 clients in arguably the largest immigration fraud case in Canadian history.

Scissor-wielding Palestinian teen slams cop for shooting her

When will the Israelis learn? Shoot. To. Kill.

The 16-year-old Palestinian girl who, along with her 14-year-old cousin, stabbed a 70-year-old Palestinian man in central Jerusalem this week, says she will file a complaint against a policeman for shooting her, Channel 10 reports.

“She asked me to come with her to Jaffa street,” she says of her cousin. “I didn’t plan on hurting anyone, suddenly she took out scissors and scratched someone who was there. I didn’t understand what she was doing. People starting screaming ‘terrorist’ and I was afraid they would attack me, so I took out scissors to protect myself. Suddenly they shot me and I was hit with a chair and I lost consciousness.”

Her 14-year-old cousin was shot dead on the scene.


Feel good story of the day: Trudeau brushes off flacid, whorish kapos

CIJA latest appeal to Ottawa fell on deaf ears. Neither Canada’s Prime Minister Office nor the Ministry of foreign Affairs have condemned the Palestinian terrorist campaign also known as al-Quds Intifada or the Knife Intifada and officially backed by the Palestinian Authorities in Ramallah (PLO) and in Gaza (Hamas).

Concentration camp fine dining

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Sickening: Remembrance Day ceremony was protested by Demilitarize McGill

On Wednesday Nov. 11, students active in the Demilitarize McGill campaign unravelled a banner from the roof of the McLennan-Redpath Library Complex during the Remembrance Day Ceremony held by the Royal Canadian Legion on McGill’s Lower Field.

“Canada kills: Colonialism here, imperialism abroad. End occupation, resist Canada,” read the banner, which failed to completely unfurl, but was widely visible before being removed by McGill security.

Followers Of A Mysterious Turkish Islamic Cleric Have Donated Heavily To Hillary’s Campaign And Family Charity

Members of a secretive Turkish Islamic movement that is at the center of a congressional ethics committee investigation have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and to her family’s charity, a Daily Caller investigation has found.

The largest donation from a leader of the Gulen movement, which is operated from Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains by a moderate Muslim cleric named Fethullah Gulen, came from Recep Ozkan.

A former president of the Gulen-linked Turkish Cultural Center, Ozkan gave between $500,001 and $1,000,000 to the Clinton Foundation in recent months, the charity’s website shows. He also served as a national finance co-chair last year for a pro-Clinton political action committee called Ready PAC.

According to Portland State University political science professor Birol Yesilada, who has studied the Gulen movement for more than 25 years, Ozkan is the New York liaison for the 74-year-old Gulen, who has lived in the Poconos since 1999 when he went into exile after he was accused of attempting to undermine Turkey’s secular regime in order to institute an Islamic state.

Palestinian teen girls mistake 70-year-old Palestinian man for an Israeli, stab him with scissors

Two Palestinian teenage girls stabbed a 70-year-old Palestinian man with scissors outside a central Jerusalem market on Monday before they were shot by police.

South Africa is a Jew hating shithole

South Africa’s ruling party on Sunday hosted a senior delegation of Hamas leaders in Pretoria.

Lunatic kapo of the day

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Boy, am I enjoying watching what’s happening at universities these days

Hoists, petards and all that 🙂

Jew massacres of the day

Young Israeli woman seriously hurt in Gush Etzion stabbing attack.

Earlier, Palestinian taxi driver tries to stab Israeli after failing to run over pedestrians near Jerusalem; 16-year-old Palestinian girl tries to stab Israelis near Itamar.

Iran Breaks the World Executions Record

According to the recent and fifth report by the special United Nations investigator of human rights, human rights violations in Iran are rising even since the nuclear agreement was reached. Accordingly, execution rates have been increasing at “an exponential rate” in Iran. In 2014, 753 were executed and at least 694 people (including women and juveniles) were executed from January 2015 till mid-September. This is reported to be the highest rate of execution the Islamic Republic has had in 25 years.

Not one witness?

A Muslim woman was picking up her child from Grenoble Public School in Flemingdon Park on Monday when she was attacked by two men, police told 680 NEWS and CityNews.

Police said the incident occurred around 3 p.m. near Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East.

Lunatic Jew haters at York U urge donor to retract 20 million dollar donation

I actually hope they’re successful:

Dear Victor Phillip Dahdaleh,

We are students, faculty and alumni of York University, and we urge you to retract your $20 million donation to the institution until York divests from arms manufacturers.

While, like yourself, we view our esteemed University in high regard, and we share pride in its reputation as “the social-justice university” in Canada, we believe that your generous donation is untimely.

US Senate Unanimously Passes Bill to Cut Off Financing for Hezbollah

Good thinking!

Today in fake Islamophobia

A Muslim student at the University of Toronto claims he was spat on and insulted in what appears to have been a racially charged, attempted assault outside Robarts Library. 

Osama Omar, 21, says he was attacked while waiting for a streetcar near Spadina Avenue and College Street, after a weekend study session. 


“A man approached me, without saying anything at all, he just came up to me and spat directly in my face,” he told CBC News. Toronto has seen a number of racist incidents in the wake of last week’s deadly attacks in Paris, for which ISIS has claimed responsibility. 

“I was so taken aback and shocked by the action, I didn’t really know how to respond other than to ask him, you know, ‘Sir, is there something wrong? Why did you do that?'”

Ultra Jew hater: Canadians Must Not Allow Themselves To Be Divided By Hate

Slimy, ugly Sid Ryan.

Jew massacre of the day

One Israeli was killed and at least three others wounded in a stabbing attack in southern Tel Aviv Thursday afternoon.

US lawmakers advised to consider hacking China back

The United States should think about allowing US companies to “hack back” if data is stolen by Chinese hackers.

Data lost in such attacks could be recovered or wiped, suggests a new report from the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.

It says lost sales and fixing hacking damage have cost US firms tens of billions of dollars, with trade secrets being given to Chinese companies.

The commission is typically very critical of the Chinese government.

The report, which is due to be released on Wednesday, describes the American response to hacking attacks on domestic firms as “inadequate” and says the US is “ill-prepared” to defend itself from cyber-espionage.

Terror punks at UT Austin

Catchy new tune

Palestinian rights activist raises possibility Israel behind Paris attacks

Click the image of the evil c*nt

Mary Hughes_Thompson_site

You know who’s responsible…


Bataclan theater long a target of anti-Zionist groups, report says

French magazine Le Point said early Saturday that the Bataclan theater, targeted in Friday nights Paris terror attacks, has for years been the target of anti-Zionist groups as its Jewish owners often put on pro-Israel events.

Jew massacre of the day

A father and his son are dead.

NIF upset kapos barred from Israel

Statement: Two Bills to Punish Dissent


CONTACT: Naomi Paiss
202-513-7824 phone

11 November 2015

At a time when the Israeli government should be engaged in thoughtful examination of the latest wave of violence, the stalemate with the Palestinians and other crucial issues, the Justice Minister and other leaders of the governing coalition are focusing elsewhere.

Two new bills specifically designed to harass or punish opponents of Israeli government policy are in the legislative process. One, the “Prevention of Entry Law,” introduced by MK Yinon Magal of the settler Jewish Home party, passed its preliminary reading today and would seek to ban entry to foreigners who so much as call for a boycott of settlement products and services. Theoretically, if this law is passed, any non-Israeli who has indicated that boycotting settlement products is an acceptable tactic could be barred from visiting or residency in Israel, even if s/he could qualify as an Israeli citizen under the Law of Return.

The other bill, floated by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked herself, would force NGOs receiving funding from foreign governments to proclaim that fact ceaselessly, including by wearing special badges in the Knesset and labeling of all public materials. The fact that every progressive NGO already reveals its funding sources publicly and to the official registrar doesn’t seem to matter. Nor, of course, does the fact that right-wing settler NGOs that are opaque about their donors, many of whom are overseas billionaires and many of whose activities do not bear close inspection, will completely escape scrutiny and transparency.

These bills, if passed, will continue to chip away at Israeli democracy. They are designed to harass and punish those who oppose the settler and ultranationalist agenda, and the effect is to put Israel into the company of Russia, Iran, China, Egypt and other authoritarian countries that defund and repress civil rights NGOs.

At a time when Israel’s relationship with the EU is already at risk, these bills will further damage that relationship and Israel’s international standing. They are also, in the most basic sense, besides the point. Only addressing the core issues threatening Israel’s survival and democracy, especially the occupation and the growth of ultranationalist and religious extremism, will advance Israel’s interests and preserve its democracy and future.


ISIS attacks Hezbollah

Twin suicide bombings struck a southern Beirut suburb that’s a stronghold of the Shiite Hezbollah group on Thursday evening, killing at least 37 people and wounding scores more in one of the deadliest attacks in years in Lebanon.

The attack was quickly claimed by the extremists Islamic State group.

After Yale, Mizzou, raise the voting age — to 25

How can students too spoiled to tolerate debate weigh opposing political arguments? They can’t.

What will happen to the Israelis when you take back Palestine of 1948 (Israel)?

The stupidest thing you’ll read today

Former Quartet for Middle East envoy Tony Blair on Thursday said that dialogue with Hamas in the interest of unifying the Palestinian political leadership was “worth trying,” and maintained that the terror group’s stance on Israel could be changed.

Feel good story of the day: Terrorist arrested in Hebron hospital bed

Shalaldeh was being treated at the al-Ahli hospital in Hebron, where he was arrested in a joint operation of the Shin Bet, the Border Police’s counterterrorism unit and the IDF.

The director of the hospital, Jehad Shawar, told Palestine radio that 20-30 men had arrived at the clinic in two mini vans at around three o’clock in the morning. They entered with someone pretending to be pregnant.

CCTV footage from inside the hospital showed a large group of men armed with pistols and rifles, some with beards and others with keffiyeh scarves on their heads, walking through the corridors telling hospital workers to get out of the way.

Bibi demolishes J-Street and Peace Now’s central claims

“By the way, Google this. Because this is just repeated, ad nauseum, so it assumes the cachet of self-evident truth, that we’re ‘gobbling up land’ and so on. We’re not gobbling up land….I mean the total amount of built up land is just a few percent. And the addition, if you look at it over time, it’s got to be a fraction – maybe one tenth of one percent? Maybe I’m off, maybe it’s 3/10ths of one percent. That’s the land that’s being “gobbled up.” That’s a factual question. That is not something that should be debated. And yet it’s become an axiom, that we are gobbling up land. We’re not.”

Iran says optimistic about resumption of political ties with Canada

Gholamali Khoshroo, the Iranian envoy to the UN, has said that Tehran is optimistic about a resumption of political relations with Canada with a change of government in Ottawa.

Improvement of the political relations may lead to expansion of cooperation in other areas, he said in an interview with ISNA published on Tuesday.

In 2012, Canada, under Prime Minister Stephen Harper, severed diplomatic ties with Iran. Some media outlets and analysts said Harper was even more hostile to Iran than Israel.

Pali pigs getting their small children to do their dirty work for them

Two Palestinians aged 11 and 14 stabbed a security guard on Tuesday around noon on Jerusalem’s light rail in the Pisgat Ze’ev neighborhood and in accordance with legal precendents, the younger of the two won’t be prosecuted due to his age.

UAE told UK: crack down on Muslim Brotherhood or lose arms deals

The United Arab Emirates threatened to block billion-pound arms deals with the UK, stop inward investment and cut intelligence cooperation if David Cameron did not act against the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egypt army destroys dozens of Gaza tunnels

The Egyptian army announced on Sunday that it destroyed 31 tunnels between the Sinai and the Gaza Strip in October.

Today in dumbass Jews

172 palis replace African workers at Eilat hotels.

Iran Responsible for Killing 14 Percent of U.S. Troops in Iraq

Nearly 200 U.S. troops have been killed and nearly 1,000 injured by Iranian-made explosives in Iraq, according to new disclosures from a partially declassified report conducted by U.S. Central Command.

Today in the longest occupation evah

In what archaeologists are describing as “a solution to one of the great archaeological riddles in the history of Jerusalem,” researchers with the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday that they have found the remnants of a fortress used by the Seleucid Greek king Antiochus Epiphanes in his siege of Jerusalem in 168 BCE.

Liberal voters

“we will never be able to truly heal from this dark part of our history”

The humanity.

A Pali terrorist stabbed an 80 year old woman in the back today

A Palestinian stabbed and wounded a 70-year-old man in northern Israel before being shot by officers, police said Monday just hours after another Palestinian knifed several people, including an 80-year-old woman, in a stabbing spree near Tel Aviv, the latest attacks in more than a month of violence.