Monthly Archives: August 2018

College deems students’ 9/11 ‘Never Forget’ posters bias incident for highlighting Islamic terrorism

A group of conservative students at Ripon College have been told their 9/11 “Never Forget” posters violate the school’s bias policy, citing the fact that its imagery is exclusively focused on Islamic terrorism.


Iran has given ballistic missiles to Shi’ite proxies in Iraq and is developing the capacity to build more there to deter attacks on its interests in the Middle East and to give it the means to hit regional foes, Iranian, Iraqi and Western sources said.

Any sign that Iran is preparing a more aggressive missile policy in Iraq will exacerbate tensions between Tehran and Washington, already heightened by US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

It would also embarrass France, Germany and the United Kingdom, the three European signatories to the nuclear deal, as they have been trying to salvage the agreement despite new US sanctions against Tehran.

According to three Iranian officials, two Iraqi intelligence sources and two Western intelligence sources, Iran has transferred short-range ballistic missiles to allies in Iraq over the last few months. Five of the officials said it was helping those groups to start making their own.

Ronan Farrow’s Ex-Producer at NBC News Quits, Accuses Network of ‘Killing’ Harvey Weinstein Story

A producer who worked with Ronan Farrow at NBC News resigned earlier this month and spoke out to the New York Times to accuse the network of “killing” their story on disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Rich McHugh — who according to the Daily Beast resigned on August 17 — accused NBC News of stopping Farrow’s months’ long investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Weinstein. Farrow eventually left NBC News, taking his bombshell story to the New Yorker. The report went on to win a Pulitzer.

McHugh told the Times that the order to stop reporting the story came from “the very highest levels of NBC.”

Develop free speech policies or face funding cuts, Ontario tells colleges




he term “special relationship” often denotes the Anglo-American partnership that emerged in the wake of World War II. Yet, the phrase also describes the unique relationship between Germany and Iran – a relationship that stretches back more than a century and has profound implications for the future.
Evidence of Germany’s affinity for Iran – and vice versa – is abundant, if often ignored by press and policymakers.


The U.S. State Department reports that Iran funds and arms more terror groups in the world than any other country.

And since 1979, when the Mullahs seized power, Iran has killed more Americans in five major terror attacks between 1983-2001 than American soldiers were killed in Afghanistan.

Put another way, Iranian sponsored and financed terror has killed 3,543 Americans, slightly more than half of all the American deaths suffered by the United States in the nearly two decades-long wars, primarily in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Specifically, Iranian sponsored and financed major terror attacks by date, location and deaths include the following:

US Justice Department Joins Discrimination Suit Against Harvard

The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it had filed a statement of interest in support of a group of students and parents suing Harvard University for alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants.

The group, Students for Fair Admissions, have alleged that Harvard has consistently discriminated against Asian students, deploying tactics that many compared to efforts to exclude Jews from the Ivy League in the early 20th century.

A statistical analysis of more than 160,000 student records—filed in federal court in Boston by SFA—found that Harvard systematically ranked Asian-American applicants lower than their peers on subjective measures of quality like “positive personality,” likability, courage, kindness, and being “widely respected.”

Angry French farmers sow Chinese-owned field in investor protest

Mounted on tractors and wielding flares, angry farmers came from all corners of France to say to Chinese investors: get off our land.

More than 100 farmers swarmed on a Chinese-owned field in the Indre region of central France on Wednesday, occupying it in protest at what they say is financial speculation.

Waving the flag of France’s Farmers’ Confederation, they filled a seed drill with rye and sprayed grain in a demonstration they said symbolised the need to “take back the land for the farmers”.

“The land is there to provide for farmers’ families and to produce food,” said Laurent Pinatel, spokesman for the Farmers’ Confederation.

“The owners have come here to make a profit, to speculate on agriculture while monopolising the land.”

Chinese consortium Hongyang bought 1,700 hectares (4,200 acres) of land in the Indre in 2016, growing wheat for the international market.

The group has also snapped up 900 hectares in the nearby Allier region, adding to mounting worries in rural France that their traditional family ownership model is under threat from a huge rise in investor purchases.

Chinese investors have spent at least 76 billion euros ($89 billion) on French land since 2010, according to figures published by the American Enterprise Institute and Heritage Foundation.

– Punches thrown –

As tensions rose at Wednesday’s protest in the hamlet of Murs, a farm worker employed by the Chinese landowners punched both a protester and a journalist in the face.

“We have the same problem in the north between Saint-Omer and Dunkirk,” complained Jean-Luc Bardel, a farmer who travelled down for the protest, saying he had “barely” managed to buy three hectares due to investors buying swathes of land.

“In the agricultural colleges loads of young people in rural areas want to return to the land. But they can’t find any, or it’s much too expensive, because consortiums have driven up the prices.”

Some farmers — particularly those nearing retirement — have been enticed by rising prices to rent out or sub-let their land to large companies, he said.

“Farmers’ pensions are so weak that we can’t really blame them, but it’s not great,” he added.

Nicolas Calame, spokesman of the Farmers’ Confederation in the Indre, said the region was “emblematic” of a global problem.

“The problem is not that the owners are Chinese. It’s also scandalous when the French monopolise land in Ukraine or Poland,” he told AFP.

The farmers urged the government to draft legislation restricting the amount of land major investors can buy up.

President Emmanuel Macron in February announced that he would impose new restrictions on foreign purchases of agricultural land.

Agriculture Minister Stephane Travert said Wednesday that a parliamentary commission was investigating the problem and that the government would announce “concrete proposals” once its work was done.


Video: Ben Shapiro Blasts NYT For ‘Protecting’ Pope Francis Amid Abuse Scandal

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Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro weighed in on the “astonishing” coverage of the allegations that Pope Francis knew about the abuse that took place in the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania.

What specifically received a lot of attention from critics was how The New York Times framed their report, with the headline “Vatican Power Struggle Bursts Into Open As Conservatives Pounce” on its website and the headline “Francis Takes High Road as Conservatives Pounce, Taking Criticisms Public” in print.

Shapiro began by citing the “great deal of enthusiasm” investigating the sex abuses in the Catholic Church several years ago but because the press “likes” Pope Francis, they have to “rush” to his defense.

He then singled out the NYT for having “one of the worst headlines” he has ever seen.

“The story is not actually serious allegations levied at the head of the Catholic Church by other lead members of the Catholic Church over a cover-up of sexual abuse of children,” Shapiro told Fox News anchor Martha McCallum. “No, the real story is that conservatives might use this to go get an icon for the political left. It just demonstrates that for the left, it does make you wonder whether it’s an actual priority to protect children or whether the higher priority is to protect the politics that they see as imperative.”

The Daily Wire editor-in-chief insisted that if it was Pope Benedict that was caught up in this controversy, the press would justly react like it’s “the end of the world.”

“When people in positions of power are covering for institutional, disgusting, and criminal behavior, that should be end of the world particularly when it’s a religious institution that is tasked presumably God’s word on Earth,” Shapiro continued. “Instead, the press, at least at The New York Times, seem deeply concerned with protecting Pope Francis from any and all comers because they like Pope Francis. I’ve rarely seen a more disgusting example of press behavior than this. It’s truly an amazing, amazing thing.”

Genocide of African tribes was Germany’s Holocaust dress rehearsal, says scholar

While the horrors of the Holocaust are now universally known, far less awareness exists of a previous genocide that occurred under German auspices, in what was then the German colony of Southwest Africa.

In what scholars say was the first genocide of the 20th century, German forces killed thousands of indigenous Herero and Nama people between 1904 and 1907 in what is today Namibia.

In many ways, it eerily presaged the Shoah: the use of concentration and death camps; rape; and intentional starvation. These murderous methods are causing one scholar to looking at both this genocide and the Holocaust in a new light.

Mexican Cartel Boss Offers $100K for Assassination of Breitbart Texas Writer

This week, Cesar “El Boto” or “El Marrueco” Sepulveda Arellano, a leading member of Los Viagras Cartel, placed a $100,000 USD hit on Breitbart Texas’s Jose Luis Lara. The former founding member of the Self-Defense Movement in Michoacan writes about terrorist actions by cartels and their corrupt government enablers in that state and beyond.

FBI Admits it Leaks to Media, Then Uses Stories to Get Warrants

Is that wrong?

Video: CNN Gives Most Insane Defense Of Antifa Ever

CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald Trump’s “appeal to racism.”

The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump’s recent remarks to a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November there could be widespread violence.

“Let’s be clear also about what’s going on here, the theme here is ‘I’m Donald Trump and I’ll protect you from the scary black people,'” Toobin claimed on CNN. “Antifa is widely perceived as an African-American organization and this is just part of the same story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL players and the UCLA basketball players.”

While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as “black bloc,” the group is not “widely perceived as an African-American organization.”

In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.

The media is lavishing praise on McCain after his passing, but look at what it had to say when he ran against B.O.

Racist, sexist, bigot, warmonger

Arrest of Iranian Spies in U.S. Just ‘Tip of the Iceberg,’ Lawmaker Warns

Iran spies stationed across U.S. a result of Obama-era cash payouts

Brown University Censors Its Own Gender Dysmorphia Study

Brown University is censoring findings from its own study on transgender youth, which found evidence that teens can be influenced by social media and their friend circles to want to change their gender identity.

Feel-good video of the day: Sununu on CNN

Skip to 3:55

Chicago Cardinal Cupich: The Pope Has More Important Stuff To Talk About Than Sex Abuse, Like Climate Change And Immigration

The Woke Pope is woke about every subject except one, it seems

FINALLY: Sex Doll Brothel Coming To Toronto

Folks can head on up to the suburbs – Yonge/Sheppard – for “an exciting new way” to achieve their needs “without the many restrictions and limitations that a real partner may come with”

Gruesome video shows cow slaughtered outside Milton mosque

On Friday, my Toronto Sun colleague Farzana Hassan made a plea asking Canadian Muslims to phase out the practice of animal sacrifice as an offering to God after the annual Hajj to celebrate Eid al-Adha every year.

The religious observance commemorates God’s command to the patriarch Abraham to sacrifice his son but, as the story goes, when Abraham tied up his son and was about to slaughter him, God miraculously replaced the son with a ram.

This Judaic and Biblical story was incorporated into Islam and even though Jews have never enacted the sacrifice, Muslims across the world have made the slaughter of animals into a festivity. The animal is no longer the ram, goat or sheep, but now includes cows that are considered holy by Hindus and thus trigger community tensions.

As Hassan wrote, “Before meeting their fate, the sacrificial animals are bedecked, bejeweled and indulged in every way possible. … The most disturbing aspect of this tradition is that children are encouraged to develop an affection for the animal — and then often forced to witness its slaughter.”

However, her plea of sanity to Muslim Canadians to abandon the tradition of slaughtering animals and simply donating the equivalent money to charity, may have fallen on deaf ears.

The very next day a resident of Milton, Ont., went live on Facebook showing himself skinning a cow that was hung face down from the blades of a forklift.

The sneering contempt of Pope Francis

Pope Francis is said to be a keen admirer of Wagner. His taste in recordings of the great composer is impeccable, perhaps even infallible. I wonder whether music will console him as his papacy reaches its Götterdämmerung.

On Saturday night a document with the stark heading “Testimony” appeared online. In this dossier Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former papal nuncio to the United States, accused the pope of reversing sanctions imposed upon the disgraced Cardinal Theodore McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI. He also alleged, among other things, that various curial insiders attempted to hamper Benedict’s own internal investigation of McCarrick, that under Francis the cardinal served as a kingmaker who was responsible for the appointments of various eminent bishops who are close allies of the pope, and that all of this was quid pro quo for McCarrick’s quiet masterminding of Francis’ own election. Viganò ended by calling upon the pope to resign.

It is almost impossible to the overstate the significance of this letter. If Viganò is lying, he is guilty of one of the greatest slanders in the history of the Church. If he is telling the truth, the Eternal City is mired in filth unseen since the days of the Borgias, and Francis is among the worst wretches who has ever besmirched the Chair of Peter.

Qatar and Turkey: Toxic Allies in the Gulf

These days, America has more trouble with its allies than its enemies.

Consider the strange case of Turkey and Qatar, two putative American allies. Both nations host essential U.S. air bases while supporting Islamist political parties, increasingly cooperating with Iran, America’s most determined enemy in the region, and actively subverting U.S. policy in the region.

A new report sounds the alarm on Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria

Imagine yourself the parent of an adolescent boy or (more likely) girl without a single previous sign of body dysphoria, who “out of the blue” decides she is transgender. She demands a name change, breast binders and cross-sex hormones.

You’re shocked and skeptical, as your child has struggled with one or more problems — autism, depression, social isolation or unprocessed trauma — but you are doubly shocked when the health professionals you consult are indifferent to these histories, instead counselling unconditional affirmation, followed by immediate transitioning through hormonal and even surgical interventions.

This isn’t hypothetical. This is happening. It’s called Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria (ROGD).

NASCAR driver loses sponsorship over remark his father made before he was born

Seems reasonable

A promising cure for acute leukemia may be within reach

Prof. Yinon Ben-Neriah and his research team at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine have developed a new biological drug showing a cure rate of 50 percent for lab mice with acute myeloid leukemia — one of the most aggressive cancers.

“We were thrilled to see such a dramatic change even after only a single dose of the new drug. Nearly all of the lab mice’s’ leukemia signs disappeared overnight,” said Ben-Neriah.

UNRWA quietly admits that it doesn’t keep track of how many “refugees” die

The more people it can claim as “refugees,” the more money it can demand from the international community.

IDF razes home of terrorist who killed Israeli in West Bank settlement

Your feel-good video of the day

Widespread mislabelling of seafood reported in cities across Canada

Infuriating. Nothing less than huge fines and jail time for those responsible will do.


The silence of the media regarding the New Mexico compound is deafening.
Not only were the remains of a child found on the site, but eleven children were allegedly being starved and trained to conduct school shootings, and now according to court documents the suspects were allegedly planning a terror attack at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Yes, Roger Waters is a Nazi

When asked if the decision to perform in Russia was a difficult one given his constant efforts to dissuade artists from performing in Israel, Waters answered, ‘of course not.’


Malek was a great guy, he was always laughing. When I heard he had been killed I teared up. It gutted me,” recalls one of the men who served alongside Said Kazim Kalhur, known as “Malek” to his friends and comrades in the Kurdistan Freedom Party (PAK).

The small group of dedicated fighters in the PAK played a key role in fighting ISIS at several frontlines held by Kurdish forces between 2014 and 2017. Now several of their members have been kidnapped and killed by Iran’s regime, members say.

Kurds who joined PAK are from Iran, but fled the Islamic Republic’s repression to find refuge in the autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government areas of northern Iraq.

According to PAK, four of their members have been targeted by Tehran in the last month. Malek was poisoned. Arman Ghafouri, an environmentalist, was also tortured and killed. Two others had returned to Kurdish areas in Iran and were kidnapped by the regime, accused of supporting revolts and protests that have rocked Kurdish towns over the last months.

The Dangers of Ignoring Cognitive Inequality

Simply wishing away the fact that the genetic and environmental circumstances of a person’s birth inevitably endows everyone—for better or worse—with a personality, a level of sociability, and an intelligence is a form of denialism that serves only our urge for moral exculpation. Pretending that those burdened with low IQ are just lazy, or lack the appropriate motivation, is a way of absolving ourselves of responsibility to help them. Accepting that intelligence exists, that intelligence matters, and that the less intelligent are equal to us in moral worth and value and thus ought to be helped, constitute the first steps in addressing this increasingly urgent need to fully accommodate the cognitively underprivileged.

What is this fake news people speak of?

I can’t imagine why the media is so despised

Blood Libel of the Day: The Hanging Palestinian Kids

Today’s installment brought to you by the psychotic Norman Finkelfuck

Google Builds Censored Search Engine for China But Refuses A.I. Work for U.S. Military

Google plans to launch a censorship-friendly search engine for the Chinese market, tailored to the demands of China’s authoritarian communist government.
That is quite a contrast with Google’s reluctance to work for the U.S. military. Just a few months ago, an employee revolt at the tech giant nearly killed a vital artificial-intelligence contract with the Pentagon.

The Intercept on August 1 cited internal Google documents to tell the tale of “Dragonfly,” a project launched last year and “accelerated” after a productive meeting between Google CEO Sundar Pichai and a Chinese official last December.

Dragonfly sounds like a totalitarian wet dream, an Orwellian nightmare built from the ground up to satisfy China’s hunger for speech control

‘It’s fraudulent’: Former immigration official says action needed on ‘passport babies’

Enough with this “right of the soil” stupidity


Video footage from 2013 has surfaced of British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who is battling allegations of antisemitism, implying that Zionists were unable to understand British ways of thinking despite growing up in the country.

In a clip of Corbyn’s speech published by The Daily Mail, Corbyn told attendees at a London conference that “Zionists … clearly have two problems. One is they don’t want to study history, and secondly, having lived in this country for a very long time, probably all their lives, they don’t understand English irony either. They needed two lessons, which we could perhaps help them with.”

The conference, which was promoted on the Hamas terror organization’s English language website, featured several controversial speakers, including one who had advocated boycotting Holocaust Memorial Day and another who blamed Israel for the 9/11 attacks.

Garda Kharmi, who also addressed the conference, was quoted by the Daily Mail as having said in a 2017 lecture that “the Jews were not wanted in Europe” and that they were “an unpopular, unloved people who were off-loaded into the [Middle East].”

Stephen Pollard, the editor of London’s Jewish Chronicle newspaper and a staunch Corbyn critic, tweeted that Corbyn “doubtless thinks he’s using the antisemite’s ‘get out of jail free card’ by saying Zionist rather than Jew. But it’s almost impossible to read this as anything other than a reference to Jews.

He also said: “Read this with Jew, rather than Zionist.”

Trudeau won’t say if Canada will follow Australia, U.S. in blocking Huawei from big projects

Australia blocked Chinese smartphone maker Huawei from its 5G mobile network on national-security grounds on Thursday, joining the United States in banning the global giant.

But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would not say whether Canada would follow suit with its two major intelligence-sharing allies.

Corbyn praised by David Duke

Not exactly shocking

IDF: Gaza terrorist worked for Doctors Without Borders

Israel seeking explanation from international aid group after learning that the terrorist who opened fire at IDF soldiers on Monday and was killed worked as a nurse for Doctors Without Borders.


More Kneeling

“There’s a group of white right-wingers who are being trained by Jews in Pretoria to be snipers…”

South Africa

British Airways, Air France to suspend flights to Iran

Britain and France’s flagship carriers say flights to Tehran are not commercially viable, with British Airways stopping flights on September 23 and Air France stopping flights on September 18. They join other airlines that halted operations in the Islamic Republic amid renewed US sanctions.

Notorious pali skank, Ahed Tamimi, thanks Hezbollah chief for support

Teen says ‘we all support him and are proud’ after Hassan Nasrallah praised her striking of an Israeli soldier as ‘brave and courageous’

FAIL: Iran’s ‘New Fighter Jet’ Is Actually A U.S. Jet From the ’70s

On Tuesday, Iranian state media aired videos and photos of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in what they called the “first domestically manufactured” fighter jet. International aviation experts are now casting doubt on the claims of the “Kowsar” fighter jet being Iranian-designed and manufactured, and suggest that the design is actually of a U.S. F-5F jet built in the early 1970s

China’s Xi says internet must be “clean and righteous”

The internet must be “clean and righteous” and vulgar content must be resisted in the field of culture, Chinese President Xi Jinping told a meeting of senior propaganda officials, state media said on Wednesday.

The government has been tightening controls over internet content as part of what it says are efforts to maintain social stability, taking on “vulgar” and pornographic content as well as the unauthorised dissemination of news.

The moves come amid a broader clamp-down targeting online content from livestreams and blogs to mobile gaming, as the country’s leaders look to tighten their grip over a huge and diverse cultural scene online popular with China’s youth.

265 shootings in Toronto so far this year

Hard to believe these killers don’t respect our strict gun laws

Asia Argento confesses to sex with underage teen in leaked messages

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Secrecy and lack of info follows security incident at Parliament Hill

A Senator is speaking out against the apparent secrecy on Parliament Hill following a security incident involving a pick-up truck that happened the other week.

“I don’t understand how we could have had such a serious breach on the Hill where a couple of people have been injured and we don’t even know what has happened,” Conservative Senator Leo Housakos said to the Sun about the recent incident.

“Why the secrecy?”