Monthly Archives: October 2018

TV report: Israel silent as Iran hit by computer virus more violent than Stuxnet

Tehran strategic networks attacked, Hadashot TV says, hours after Israel revealed it tipped off Denmark about Iran murder plot, and days after Rouhani’s phone was found bugged

Ben & Jerry’s embraces Linda Sarsour in launch of new “Resist” ice cream

Money goes to support pro-Farrakhan Women’s March

Tree Of Life Rabbi Says He’s Getting THREATS For Welcoming Trump To Synagogue Memorial

I bet you thought libs couldn’t get more revolting


Five members of the Afghan Taliban who were freed from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay in exchange for captured Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl are now working in the militant group’s political office in Qatar, according to Taliban officials.

The men will be part of the Taliban’s negotiating team in peace talks with the U.S. and the Afghan government in Kabul, Reuters reported Wednesday, citing Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid.

All five Taliban ex-commanders — Mohammad Fazl, Mohammed Nabi, Khairullah Khairkhwa, Abdul Haq Wasiq and Noorullah Noor — were held in U.S. military detention for 12 years before being released by the Obama administration in 2014. Their release was part of a controversial deal to recover Bergdahl, who had been captured by the Taliban in 2009 after wandering off an Army base in Afghanistan.

Bergdahl received a dishonorable discharge in 2017 for desertion and misbehavior

Columbia University Office’s Statement On Pittsburgh Massacre Doesn’t Mention Jews Or Anti-Semitism

In the wake of the massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue that was the worst attack on American Jews in the country’s history, with 11 Jews murdered and six others wounded, the Columbia student life office, which describes itself as “your hub for University-wide student life information and initiatives,” issued an email with its statement that left out two words: “Jews” and “anti-Semitism.”


Tweet of the day


The Misguided Rabbis of Twitter

My synagogue is on the west side of Los Angeles. On a rough guess, about half of my congregants support Donald Trump.  Many of those who do, but certainly not all, are from the Persian community. We have had frank discussions. They know I deplore many of the things he says and I oppose much of what he does. They know that I have criticized, publicly and privately, the inflammatory rhetoric of his presentations and warned them of its effects. They also know that we respect and listen to one another, that I do not preach politics at them but do speak with them and learn from them, and that our relationship in many cases is not only one of affection, but of genuine love.

So when I see major American Jewish figures tell me that my congregants are illegitimate, my blood boils a little bit. After the tragedy in Pittsburgh, perhaps because I spend so much of my time at the bedside of the sick and dying, I expected that the first impulse of Jews in particular would be to simply offer messages of sorrow and condolence.

It’s what I imagined I would read when I opened “A prayer for Squirrel Hill— And for American Jewry” from Franklin Foer, whom I know somewhat and have always respected. Instead, I read this: “Any strategy for enhancing the security of American Jewry should involve shunning Trump’s Jewish enablers. Their money should be refused, their presence in synagogues not welcome.”

In other words, more than half of my Shabbat morning congregants, and in some more traditional synagogues, almost all of them, should have the doors barred against their entry. Jews who make minyans, pay shiva calls, underwrite nursing homes and kindergartens — people who make Judaism possible, with their flawed but real human presence, for other people — should be cast out of our midst because of the levers they pull in the privacy of a voting booth. And what, after all, would a Jew who fled from Iran know about anti-Semitism — or protecting the Jewish community?

As Shabbat ended in Los Angeles, a city where in 1999 there was a terror attack against a Jewish Community Center, I saw this from another reporter whose work I have always esteemed very highly, Julia Ioffe: “And a word to my fellow American Jews: This President makes this possible. Here.  Where you live. I hope the embassy move over there, where you don’t live was worth it.”

The calculation here, I suppose, is that people voted for Trump to get an embassy move and their vote proxy murdered other Jews. How careful should one be, should a distinguished reporter be, when accusing others of such enormities, even indirectly? How do people think this message will fall on the ears of those who fled from Iran, to be told that they are in fact guilty in the death of Pittsburgh’s Jews?

Or — even more shamefully — on the ears of Judah Samet. Mr. Samet, a Holocaust survivor, escaped death by 4 minutes because he was a little late to shul. He is also a strong supporter of Trump. Frank, Julia: Would you stand before this 80-year-old man, not in a tweet or online piece, but face to face, and tell him he is responsible for the death of his friends, the people with whom he prays each Shabbat? Would you bar him from the shul where he almost died, again, at the hands of Jew haters? Really? And that would make us the righteous ones?

There is much that smart journalists and observers like these folks say that I agree must be said: Yes, we must be vigilant and aware and ready to spot and combat the virus of hatred. Yes, we must call out public voices, from the President on down, who speak in ways we believe endangers or radicalizes the population. But my congregants are not the ones who are dangerous, and manipulating responsibility to turn Jews into perpetrators is ethically appalling — and communally toxic. We can only be a Jewish people when we don’t excommunicate each other — for religious reasons or political reasons or cultural reasons. Everyone is welcome to pray in my synagogue, right or left, no matter how much I as Rabbi may object to your views. Because we do not pray as Democrats or Republicans, but as Jews. Now let us tear our clothes and mourn the dead.


Fired UBC professor Steven Galloway suing woman who accused him of sexual assault

In total, more than 20 people are named in the lawsuit, including two UBC professors and a group of former students who ‘recklessly repeated’ the allegation 

In a last-ditch attempt to stop people from calling him a rapist and worse, former University of British Columbia professor Steven Galloway is now suing the woman who first accused him of sexual assault and two UBC professors and a group of former students and others who “recklessly repeated” the woman’s allegations on social media.

In total, more than 20 individuals are named in the lawsuit, filed Friday in the Supreme Court of B.C., including the woman until now publicly known only as “Main Complainant” or “M.C.”

She is Caralea Cole, a 48-year-old successful artist and former faculty member at several universities in the United States and Canada before she enrolled in UBC’s creative writing program.

The two UBC professors are Keith Maillard, a man Galloway once considered a father figure, and Annabel Lyon, also a teacher in the creative writing program Galloway once headed.

The former UBC students include Chelsea Rooney, Brit Bachmann and Glynnis Kirchmeier, with York University’s Mandi Gray, herself a former sexual assault complainant-turned-activist, also named.

None of the allegations have been proven and the defendants have not yet filed their defences.

In the fall of 2015, with the university saying there were serious allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment against him, UBC suspended Galloway. He was fired in June of 2016, despite a report which effectively cleared him of wrongdoing.

Former B.C. Supreme Court judge Mary Ellen Boyd wrote that report, and said she could substantiate none of the allegations against the celebrated author and former chair of UBC’s creative writing program — except, perhaps, that he’d erred by having a consensual affair with the woman.

Although her name has long been known to those at UBC and to her online supporters, Boyd described her only as M.C. and her identity has been voluntarily guarded since by the many media organizations which have published stories about the controversy for the past three years.

Even using the lower civil standard of “on a balance of probabilities” — the criminal one, “beyond a reasonable doubt,” is much tougher — the retired judge said of one purported assault that she couldn’t conclude it had occurred when alleged “or at all.”

In virtually every instance, Boyd found Galloway more credible than his accusers.

Since Boyd issued her report in April of 2016, Galloway also has won several arbitration awards against UBC for its handling of the entire matter — most recently the university was found to have breached the confidentiality provisions of the first award he won, totalling more than $240,000.

Yet according to the statement of claim, it would seem that neither the judge’s findings nor the arbitrator’s decisions have served as any sort of deterrent to Galloway’s critics.

Many of the alleged defamatory statements about him were made this year, some as recently as August.

Collectively, the allegations serve as a harsh reminder that for the online mob, judicial and quasi-judicial findings, like verdicts in criminal trials, don’t count.

The alleged defamations by Maillard and Lyon mainly relate to things they allegedly said to UBC colleagues about Galloway (that he “raped Cara Cole,” for instance) at internal meetings in 2015.

But many of the others happened on social media as recently as 2018.

For instance, just this summer, Cole had a solo show at the New York gallery High Noon. Called “Illuminated Manuscript,” the show, said the gallery description, “derives from what Cole refers to as her Rape Narrative, a narrative (and term) sanctioned by a university after she disclosed being sexually harassed, assaulted and abused by a professor.”

On Aug. 3, Theresa Smalec reviewed the show in the online magazine Political/Letters Live, and quoted from Cole’s “artist’s statement” that through the art, she was reclaiming her “narrative” to “tell my story, on my terms, for the first time through this exhibition.”

In July of this year, defendant Wendel Schwab, a student at the University of Northern British Columbia, allegedly wrote on Twitter: “In my opinion, Steven Galloway sexually assaults women … in my opinion, Steven Galloway is what I would consider human garbage.”

In May, another defendant, Marcelle Kosman, allegedly tweeted that, “We will never know the scope of Galloway’s violence and can never fully account for it.”

Two months earlier, Kosman allegedly chimed in on a discussion about whether Galloway’s books should be taught as part of the UBC curriculum with this, “You cannot teach a rapist if you do not want to promote rape culture.”

According to the claim, in February, Glynnis Kirchmeier, a former UBC student, a sexual harassment complainant in another matter and activist, sneered at the notion that Cole and Galloway had had an affair. “That piece,” Kirchmeier allegedly said in reference to a story which mentioned the affair, “said Galloway had an ‘affair’, which we now know is what he calls raping.”

Gray once allegedly tweeted “#galloway…rapists should be held accountable” and just this July allegedly posted a picture of Cole’s art installation.

According to the statement of claim, a defendant named Emily Kellogg in April tweeted, “it takes a village to protect a rapist” with the hashtag #ubcaccountable, that being a group of writers and publishers who supported Galloway’s right to due process.

Of the same group, another defendant named Dana Kagis is alleged to have tweeted, “a whole lotta really big writers are super into supporting their rapist friend.”

The lawsuit says the defendants acted “with express malice arising from the extreme and vicious content of the publications,” either knowing they were false or not knowing if they were true, and because of their “attitudes of spite.”

Despite Boyd’s findings, the statement of claim says, the defendants “nevertheless continued and persisted in repeating false claims that the plaintiff was guilty of rape and sexual assault.”

The claim seeks unspecified general, special and aggravated damages and a permanent injunction “requiring the defendants to remove the defamatory words from the internet and every other public postings” and restraining them from any further publishing.


SPLC Leads Soros-Funded Groups in ‘Orwellian’ Attempt to Ban ‘Hate Speech’ on Social Media

Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) teamed up with five other groups funded by George Soros to pressure tech companies to “reduce hateful activities on their platforms.” While this sounds like a noble goal, mainstream conservative and Christian groups who have fallen afoul of the SPLC warned that these liberal organizations have an “Orwellian” definition of hate that most Americans would disagree with. Worse, social media companies already seem biased against conservatives, and this SPLC campaign would only embolden that bias.

On Wednesday, SPLC led a coalition of groups in releasing “Change the Terms,” aiming to convince Big Tech to “reduce hateful activities on their platforms.” The coalition warned that “white supremacist and other organizations that incite hate are using online platforms to organize, fund, recruit supporters for, and normalize racism, sexism, religious bigotry, as well as anti-LGBTQ and anti-immigrant animus, among other activities.”

While the overwhelming majority of Americans abhor wicked ideologies like white supremacy, the SPLC boldly associates its political opponents with similar “hate,” smearing them as “hate groups” to be compared with the KKK.

“It’s obviously concerning that they want to censor free speech, and of course their definition of ‘hate speech’ is not what most people think of as hate speech,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of the Christian legal nonprofit Liberty Counsel, told PJ Media.

“Most people think of hate speech as somebody encouraging physical violence,” Staver argued. Groups like the SPLC “extend it to anybody who doesn’t accept their view on LGBT issues, same-sex marriage, abortion, immigration, or Islam.”

Indeed, the SPLC paid $3.375 million to settle a defamation lawsuit from Maajid Nawaz, a Muslim reformer the SPLC had branded an “anti-Muslim extremist.” Following this settlement, Staver told PJ Media that 60 groups like Liberty Counsel — which has been branded a “hate group” by the SPLC — were considering separate defamation lawsuits against the smear factory.

Staver argued that the SPLC’s definition of “hate” reminds him of the outright lying associated with George Orwell’s famous classic 1984. “Their definition is Orwellian,” he said. “Their definition is no different than Bill Clinton’s, ‘It depends on what the definition of is is.'”

WOMEN’S MARCH Leaders Release Statement on Tree of Life Mass Shooting — Forget Organizer of Its 2017 March Is an Islamic Terrorist Who Murdered Jews

Co-founder Rasmea Yousef Odeh, a co-organizer of the first Women’s March, is a convicted terrorist and Jew killer.


Everyone’s just so darn happy the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh is raising money for the victims of the synagogue massacre

Sure, they love Jews, as long as they’re not Zionists. That’s why they take pride in hosting Islamonazis like this

Interfaith unity my ass

Video: Libs disrupt moment of silence for synagogue victims


The epitome of entitlement

Borrow almost a quarter of a million dollars to go to school to get three degrees. Have a kid, for some fucking reason. Graduate and get a job as a lawyer making good money. Declare bankruptcy 6 months later cause paying your debts is a drag.

Your daily genius lib

Public Union: Public Enemy

Ex-police officer appeals conviction in Islamic State terror case

downloadDuring Nicholas Young’s trial, the jury was shown a photo of Young wearing a Nazi uniform, a photo of a woman carrying a “God bless Hitler” sign, and a dirtied Israel flag Young allegedly used as a doormat.

Young, a former patrol officer in the D.C. region’s Metrorail system, wasn’t on trial for hate crimes. Instead, he was charged with attempting to provide support to the Islamic State terror group.

The items were among three dozen Nazi artifacts and photos presented by prosecutors during the trial. A counter-terrorism analyst testifying for prosecutors said there are “areas of convergence” between Islamist militancy and Nazism“ based on a mutual hatred of Jews.

Young, the first law enforcement officer in the country to be convicted of a terrorism offence, says the Nazi memorabilia “irreparably tarred” him before the jury and violated his right to a fair trial. His appeal is set to be heard by the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Nov. 1.

“There is no more prejudicial (and overused) accusation than to label one a ’Nazi,’ ” Young’s attorney, Nicholas Smith, argues in a legal brief filed with the appeals court.

Young, who grew up in the D.C. suburbs, was raised Catholic but later converted to Islam.

Young was first contacted by the FBI in 2010, when he was interviewed by agents about Zachary Chesser, an acquaintance who was convicted of attempting to join the al-Shabab terrorist group in Somalia and of threatening the creators of the “South Park” cartoon series for perceived insults to the Prophet Muhammad.

In 2016, Young sent $245 in gift cards to an account he believed belonged to an ISIS fighter he knew as “Mo.” Mo was actually an FBI informant.

At trial, Young’s lawyers argued that he was entrapped in the government’s sting operation. During his sentencing hearing, Young said he was prosecuted only after he rejected the FBI’s request to be an informant.

But prosecutor Gordon Kromberg said Young willingly bought the gift cards after the FBI informant told him the Islamic State needed them to recruit more fighters by communicating with them securely through a specific mobile-phone app.

Kromberg also cited the Nazi memorabilia found in Young’s home, which he said flowed out of anti-Semitic views that fit with his embrace of militant Islam.

“What happened in July 2016 (with the gift card purchase) was not an aberration, not something out of character for the defendant,” Kromberg said during Young’s sentencing hearing.

Young’s lawyers argued that the alleged connection between radical Islam and Nazism defies common sense.

“White supremacism and militant Islam are mutually inconsistent,” Smith said during a pretrial hearing.

In their appeal, Young’s lawyers say the prosecution’s expert was contradicted by a large 2016 study of domestic radicalization in the U.S. funded by the Department of Justice that found there is not enough data to compare militant Islamist and far-right radicalizations, but that “important differences” exist between Islamist, far right, far left and other radical movements.

Prosecutors, however, cite other Americans they argue have “crossed from Nazism to radical Islam,” including Devon Arthurs, a former neo-Nazi who allegedly confessed to killing two of his roommates because they disrespected his conversion to Islam.

“For some individuals who have embraced both Nazism and militant Islamism, the two movements’ contempt for Jews is of utmost importance, and allows them to overlook incongruent aspects of Nazi and jihadist ideology,” prosecutors wrote.

This “convergence” theory, while unusual, is not unheard of, said Brian Levin, director at the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernadino.

Levin said the 4th Circuit will have to decide whether the Nazi imagery and artifacts offered evidence of Young’s alleged crimes.

“There is a place where these two generally oppositional ideologies have met through certain individuals. The key here is how relevant is Mr. Young’s potpourri of extremism relevant to the crime charged?” Levin said.

Prosecutors said the Nazi images established Young’s predisposition to violence, an element of the entrapment defence.

Judge Leonie Brinkema denied Young’s pretrial motion to suppress the Nazi material in his Islamic terrorism trial, saying that “the common aim of both groups is anti-Semitism.”

Young, 38, is asking the court for a new trial on the charge of attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization and to reverse his convictions on obstruction of justice charges.

He is also appealing his 15-year sentence.


No, “Soros” Is Not Shorthand For “Jew.”

In fact, much of George Soros’s activity is very, very bad for Jews, Judaism and Israel. It does help the sort of Jew who is a fan of leftist politics and the destruction of Western society, but those Jews’ real religion is progressivism, not Judaism, so they don’t count.

Oh…and another thing…just because someone has a Jewish name and has a passing acquaintance with Judaism does not make him an untouchable spokesman for the Jewish people.

Bernie Farber re-tweet: The facts suggest Ben Shapiro is inciting terrorists

Disgusting excuse for a Jew and and a human being


Self-hating Kapos Blame Jewish Conservatives For Pittsburgh Shooting

Pure filth

How Anti-Semitism Became Respectable Again

The world was anti-Semitic in 1944, when Ben Hecht wrote A Guide for the Bedevilled. The majority of educated, civilized, and rational people believed that the Jews in some fashion had brought their own problems upon themselves. Hecht began fighting anti-Semitism after an unsettling exchange with a New York hostess, who explained to him that Jews had to acknowledge their own responsibility in the matter of their persecution. This polite Gentile lady explained:

The Jews complain. They suffer dreadfully, and they accuse. But they never stop to explain or to reason or to figure the thing out and tell the world what they, and only they, know…They are–how shall I put it–collaborative victims, a thing they refuse to see…The Germans are not a race of killers, fiends, of a special and different sort of sub-humans.
Not that she approved of Nazi genocide, to be sure; she may not have known the extent of the butchery, but she knew that dreadful things were happening to Europe’s Jews. But she thought that the Germans must have had some kind of provocation to hate the Jews so deeply. Why else would the Germans hate Jews so much?

When did the old anti-Semitism return? For half a century the horror of a million Jewish children murdered by the Nazis stopped the mouths of the anti-Semites, but that memory has worn off. What Hecht’s interlocutor believed in 1944, most liberals believe today, not to mention the vast majority of Europeans. Yes, the Arabs hate Jews, and express this hatred in a barbaric way, they will allow, but that is because Israel has provoked the hatred.

Tripwires that once seemed taboo are being crossed every day.

Full archive of suspected Pittsburgh Synagogue shooter Robert Bowers disturbing social media profile

Archive here

Reminds me of the vile Canadian Nazi we dealt with here back in 2010

Vaughan drug bust results in largest fentanyl seizure in York Region history

An August drug bust in Vaughan included the largest seizure of fentanyl to date in York Region.

A Health Canada analysis revealed 1.2 kg of powders seized at a Vaughan residence to be fentanyl.

The powders were part of a larger drug bust including more than $3-million worth of various drugs.

At the time of the bust, bags of unidentified white powders were sent to Health Canada for analysis.

The powders all had different appearances, textures and colours and were initially believed to be cocaine. Analysis revealed they were fentanyl.

Police initially arrested an individual in possession of 3 kg of cocaine Aug. 2 in front of a Vaughan residence.

A search warrant subsequently executed at a residence in August uncovered 18 kg of cocaine valued at more than $1.5 million, along with 1.5 kg of heroin, 700 ecstasy pills, methamphetamines and liquid ketamine.

Also seized were several drug-related processing and packaging materials.

Dat Nguyen, 25, of Vaughan, is charged with production of a controlled substance.

Anne Lu, 32, of Vaughan, is charged with possession of proceeds of crime.

Lee Nguyen, 26, of Toronto, is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking.

The investigation is ongoing.


Some researchers think putting lithium in our water could save lives


European Court of Human Rights: Defaming Prophet Muhammed not free expression

Defaming the Prophet Muhammed “goes beyond the permissible limits of an objective debate” and “could stir up prejudice and put at risk religious peace” and thus exceeds the permissible limits of freedom of expression, ruled the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday, upholding a lower court decision.

‘The Simpsons’ producer confirms Apu is being written out of show following controversy

“If you are a show about cultural commentary and you are too afraid to comment on the culture, especially when it’s a component of the culture you had a hand in creating, then you are a show about cowardice.”

Ford government gets death threats after freezing minimum wage

Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government met with death threats and vandalism after it introduced a bill to freeze the minimum wage and roll back Liberal labour reforms.

On Tuesday, the province tabled Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, which freezes minimum wage at $14 an hour until fall 2020, and cuts two paid personal leave days for workers, bringing their total to eight.

The bill drew praise from businesses and criticism from unions and anti-poverty advocates on Tuesday, but online and overnight, the reaction ratcheted up.

House Leader Todd Smith told reporters that Ford and Economic Development Minister Jim Wilson have received death threats since the bill was tabled.

“In the last 24 hours, they’ve received death threats,” Smith said.

The premier’s office said it contacted police about the threats, which were also sent to other members of the Progressive Conservative caucus.

“Ministers and MPPs have received threatening messages online and phone calls to their constituency offices,” Ford’s spokesperson Simon Jeffries said.

Attempted Jew massacre of the day

Palestinian terrorists in the Gaza Strip fired five salvos of rockets into southern Israel late Friday, with the Iron Dome defense system destroying most of the inbound projectiles.

The Open Border Activists Behind the Illegal Immigrant Caravans

You may have heard about the caravan of immigrants from Central America making its way through Mexico in the hopes of illegally crossing the border into the United States. The group of perhaps 4,000 to 7,000 people has made its intentions clear: entering the U.S., even if it means violating American immigration laws.

But you may not have heard of one of the key organizers behind the caravan


The University of Winnipeg said that antisemitic statements were made at a faculty-sponsored event on Israel.

A team that included the Canadian university’s human rights and diversity officer reviewed comments made during a Feb. 28 panel discussion, “My Jerusalem: Responding to the US Embassy Announcement,” and determined that it promoted anti-Semitic tropes, according to a statement by B’nai B’rith Canada, which first denounced the event as “anti-Israel propaganda.”

The event was organized by Independent Jewish Voices-Winnipeg, the Canadian Arab Association of Manitoba, United Jewish Peoples Order-Winnipeg and others, and was co-sponsored by Global College, a subdivision of the university. 

Google reportedly paid Android creator millions after sex misconduct claim

Google is about to pay Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, the last installment of his ­­$90 million exit package — a golden parachute he received despite his being credibly accused of coercing a female employee into performing oral sex, it was revealed on Thursday.

In addition to claims the legendary software developer coerced a colleague to perform oral sex on him in a hotel room, Rubin had multiple ­extramarital affairs with colleagues — and had bizarre “ownership relationships” with other women to whom he paid hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to an explosive report.

Google is shelling out a $90 million exit package to Rubin — despite the fact that the search giant had investigated the woman’s claims and found them credible, two company execs told The New York Times.

Instead of firing Rubin — and paying him a goodbye pittance — Google began paying him $2 million a month for four years, with the last payment scheduled for next month, sources with knowledge of the terms told the paper.

Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai, in a Thursday memo to employees, said the Times story was “hard to read.” He didn’t deny any of what was reported, and further admitted to startling harassment stats at the company.

Video: Male Democrat Candidate Puts Hands On, Yells Profanities At Female GOP Opponent

Your daily unhinged lib

Lunatic prof of the day: Successful Minorities Are “Honorary Whites”

Sickening racism

Lara Alqasem’s father ID’d as ‘raging anti-Semite,’ David Duke supporter

The father of Lara Alqasem, the 2016-2017 president of the virulently anti-Israel Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Florida and an activist for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, is a “raging anti-Semite,” the Canary Mission revealed.

Lara became famous in Israel as the University of Florida student who was detained for 15 days at Ben-Gurion Airport because of her BDS activism. The Supreme Court ruled that she can remain in Israel, where she had registered to study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Rafiq Alqasem, her father, is also a BDS and SJP supporter. Furthermore, he has promoted David Duke and white nationalist propaganda, praised anti-Semite Brother Nathanael, spread anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about Jewish power and equated Israel with Nazi Germany, according to the Canary Mission.

Alqasem has also justified terrorism against Israelis, glorified terrorists and demonized Israel.

On March 16, 2016, Alqasem shared a link on Facebook from the pro-Hitler site, titled: “THE ZIO STEAMROLLER: 30 WHO GOT CRUSHED!” The term “Zio” is a derogatory reference to Zionists and an anti-Semitic slur.

The article “listed senators, journalists, actors and academics who were purportedly ‘crushed’ for praising Hitler or being ‘critical of the … Jewish Lobby’ or denying the Holocaust,” the Canary Mission noted. It also defended virulent anti-Semites such as Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, Holocaust denier David Irving and neo-Nazi publisher, Ernst Zundel.

Rafiq Alqasem’s demonization of Israel is extreme. The Canary Mission provided many examples, one of which was a Facebook post he shared on March 10, 2016, showing an image of a young woman with blackened hands covering her mouth and forehead. On the hands were multiple Stars of David and a hook-nosed soldier with razor-sharp teeth. The image was captioned: “Israel wants your silence.”

On March 13, 2016, Alqasem shared a Facebook page honoring George Habash, founder of the terrorist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and known as the “godfather of Middle East terrorism.” The page includes a photo of a beaming Habash with Yasser Arafat, the “father of modern terrorism.”


Private school parents offended after satirical anti-Semitic play performed

The parents weren’t opposed to the teaching of “The Merchant of Venice” or addressing racially charged subject matter with their children, but the adaptation’s “blatant anti-Semitism,” which was intended as satire, may have been misunderstood by the school’s young audience because they weren’t adequately prepared ahead of time.

“Many teachers did not explain to the students the intent and reasoning behind the blatant anti-Semitism in the play and instead there was a divisive classroom of students either supporting or criticizing the play,” the letter said. – changed the quote

According to the parents, students told them they were expected to yell “Hallelujah” in response to the actor onstage shouting anti-Semitic statements such as “Burn their Synagogues,” “Take away their holy books,” and “Burn the Jews” to mimic how Hitler brainwashed youth before the Holocaust.

In addition to the chanting, the letter said the theatre company told a Grade 11 drama student to build a nose that was “as large and offensive as possible” to be used in the play. The parents also took issue with the casual way references to events during the Holocaust, such as Kristallnacht and Jewish people boarding trains to concentration camps, were portrayed in the play.

Lastly, the complaint said Hitler was depicted in a “favourable light, as a humorous and likable individual.”

“I Overheard How Reporters Talk About Tommy Robinson”

The media is the enemy

The Most Compelling Police Interrogations

Time’s Up For Anonymous Accusers

Scott Thompson goes toe-to-toe with political correctness … again

I’ve been around long enough that I can see the arc of history. The Kids in the Hall rode our highest wave in the late eighties and the early nineties. It was a time of enormous changes: The fall of the Berlin Wall, the Tiananmen Square protests, AIDS – things were roiling society. Then political correctness descended, with language police and all that. The Kids in the Hall were always in trouble. Then the political correctness went away. But now it’s back. And mostly it’s coming from the left, which I think is a betrayal. The liberals were the bedrock of free speech. Now it’s turned on itself.

I think all this is one of the reasons I decided to bring back Buddy Cole, for my new stage show Après le Déluge – The Buddy Cole Monologues. Buddy doesn’t care what people think of him. I’d been writing things that I knew would be better for him to tackle than me. This is his time. In a world where it’s all about who’s been the most victimized, Buddy is unimpeachable. A gay man, my age? You can’t really touch him.

Or me. You can throw anything at me and I can say, “I’ve seen that. I’ve suffered from that.” So, I kind of win. It’s a superpower, to be up on stage and to say, “I’m a war vet with one leg.” Because you’re going to listen to the war vet. All the thin-skinned social justice warriors, they have to listen to me.

One of my monologues is on toxic femininity. Everything now is about toxic masculinity, but I like to be ahead of the curve. I think the world hasn’t quite realized that a lot of feminism has curdled into hatred of men. I do see a war on masculinity and a war on males. Straight white males especially are no longer allowed to say anything in comedy.

I have a great ability to detect bullies. And I’m not afraid of calling them out, regardless of who they are. They can be a man, a woman, gay, straight, black, white, thin, fat – everybody is capable of it. Everybody screws up power. Everybody abuses it. So, when I see something curdle, like feminism, I cannot not talk about it.

It’s almost my sacred role. My job is to explain, in some ways, the male camp to the female camp and vice versa. I think that’s the role of queer people throughout history, to stop the male camp and the female camp from going to war. Certainly, men do things that need to be called out. But this idea that one sex is bad, that’s just bigotry. I really want to live in a place beyond identity politics. In some ways, I feel like I’m one of the architects of it. But now people have built a building, and I don’t want to live in it any more.

This idea that people can’t understand people outside of their gender or their race, I absolutely reject it. I understand identity politics, but how did it morph into this? For a comedian, it’s a war on imagination. I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a show where I play characters that aren’t my race or aren’t my gender, and just say, ‘Look, I can be a Nigerian guy, I can be a Filipino woman, I can be a womanizer.’ Why not? Isn’t that where we want to go?

I would love to do something with the Kids in the Hall. I want to act, and the Kids in the Hall allows me to do the kind of acting I like. I can be very far away from myself. The further away, the happier I am. It’s not that I hate myself, it’s just that I want the chance to inhabit a character people would think I couldn’t understand. Of course, that goes against our prevailing ethos of today, that you can’t understand that other person. But I’m like, ‘Yeah, I can. You’re the one who can’t understand. That may be your issue, but that’s not me.’

I guess I would love to just get into some hot water with the Kids in the Hall. It’s one thing to get into hot water on your own. But with your brothers, it’s a lot more fun.

On Oct. 29, at Toronto’s Streetcar Crowsnest, Scott Thompson and Bruce McCulloch speak with Paul Myers, author of The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy. Tickets at


Bangladeshis Intermingled With Migrant Caravan From Guatemala

Bangladesh remains a hot spot with ISIS and other terrorist groups.

Fentanyl smuggled from China kills 29,000 Americans annually

Rogue chemical companies in China — operating openly and outside the reach of U.S. authorities — are the largest single source of the deadly drugs, law enforcement officials say.

“People in labs in China are producing this substance that is killing Americans,” Deputy Atty. Gen. Rod Rosenstein said in an interview. “This is a real crisis. The Chinese government has the ability to stop this if they want to. 

Dem Congressional Candidate Tells GOP Opponent To ‘Fuck Off’ During Debate. In A Synagogue.

Scott Wallace, running against GOP Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, shocked the audience at Congregation Tifereth Israel in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, as the two candidates stood on the platform normally used for reading the Torah.

Fitzpatrick told WBCB, “Ironically, there was a later question about the need for civility in politics. Well, a good start is to not use vulgarities in the sanctuary of a synagogue in the middle of a congressional debate.”

Big Tech Is Meddling with Free Speech… and Elections

The internet has clearly evolved into the public square of the 21st century. Over the last couple of election cycles, it’s become the number one source for sharing and discussing political and social ideas.

Unfortunately, Big Tech monsters like Google and Facebook have become nothing less than incubators for far-left liberal ideologies and are doing everything they can to eradicate conservative ideas and their proponents from the internet.

Without any sort of public mandate beyond its own ideological predisposition, the Big Tech leviathan is silencing the silent majority.


No biggie:

Parents shouldn’t worry about letting their kids transition because going back to their biological sex isn’t that bad, a medical expert wrote Monday.

“De-transitioning is rare and not as bad as people think,” Jack Turban wrote in a Monday article published by Vox. Turban is a resident physician in child and adolescent psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

Turban claims that few children choose to reverse their transition process, and should they choose to do so, it is often “just part of a person’s healthy psychological development.”

Medical research from 2017 shows 80 to 95 percent of children outgrow their gender dysphoria naturally and accept their biological sex if nature takes its course.

Turban cites conservative writers who have “painted a picture of crazed liberal doctors irreversibly ‘mutilating’ the bodies of confused children,” but alleges that “luckily, the interventions that doctors would recommend for kids this young are completely safe and reversible.” 

Turban concedes that “it’s possible that many prepubescent transgender children will, in fact, change their minds about transitioning medically. We don’t have great research to know.”

Illegal Immigrant Caravan: Real Election Meddling By The Left

The heart-rending shots of dirt-poor people from Central America have been making the evening news, which pretends this is some kind of spontaneous movement to come to the U.S. rather than an organized attempt at disruption.

Women and children have been shoved to the fore of the columns to hide the fact that many of the 4,000 to 10,000-strong throng of people are in fact working-age males, not families. Already, in crossing the narrow entry from Guatemala into Mexico, the peaceful “caravan” members got violent, injuring four Mexican border police who stood in their way. It prompted a response from Mexico’s president.

“Violent entry into the country not only threatens our sovereignty, but also puts the migrants themselves at risk,” Mexico’s President Pena Nieto said on social media. “Mexico does not permit and will not permit entry into its territory in an irregular fashion, much less in a violent fashion.”

Tough words, but maybe not so tough. As Pena Nieto pretends to support law and order, his administration has no intention of helping the U.S. at all. 

Why Would the Washington Post Hire Someone Like Jamal Khashoggi?

Why would the Washington Post hire a pro-jihad, pro-Sharia, pro-Hamas advocate for political Islam?

The answer is clear: the Post hired Jamal Khashoggi because his views coincided with those of the paper’s editorial board. The American Left today holds positions on Israel, Hamas, and political Islam that are essentially indistinguishable from those of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Now that Khashoggi has been killed, one option for the Post as it looks to fill the vacancy among its columnists would be to appeal to the Egyptian government to free Mohamed Morsi and allow him to emigrate to the United States. He can take Khashoggi’s place in sagely advising American foreign policy experts that their best course is to support the Muslim Brotherhood and other warriors for jihad.

Pimps’challenge of ‘cruel and unusual punishment’ goes to court today

4 years isn’t enough: 

“Both girls were taken from their hometown to work in different cities. The accused controlled what cities the victims worked in and had complete control over the victims’ work environment. The accused decided the work schedule, what sexual acts (the victims) would perform and the price for each sexual service.”

“Both girls relied on the accused for transportation, money, and food. The girls were not permitted to leave the motel room, and were reprimanded when they did so on one occasion.” 

Both accused kept the majority of the money earned by the victims. 

Ontario school board accused of pressuring teachers not to teach ‘racist’ To Kill a Mockingbird

Book-burning libs


One of CNN’s favorite Jew haters


Muslim rapes 4 month old calf — in India

Bad idea

Anyone heard anything about the Sherman murders?