Monthly Archives: June 2019

‘I Fear for My Life’: Inside the Overnight Drama to Rescue the Hebron Businessmen from the PA

A fast-paced drama unfolded late Friday night in Hebron as members of the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) security services set out to arrest several businessmen who participated in the US-sponsored Peace to Prosperity workshop in Manama, Bahrain.

Man Celebrates Pothole’s Birthday: ‘He Seemed Thrilled with the Idea’

A Kansas City, Missouri, resident is celebrating a pothole’s three-month existence by throwing it a birthday party.

Frank Sereno is drawing attention to treacherous road conditions on his street through humor in hopes of gaining the attention of city officials.

“I’m going to have a celebration for Pothole,” Sereno told reporters. “I got some cake, lit a candle and had a little birthday party for Pothole. He seemed thrilled with the idea.”

However, Sereno said he did not sing “Happy Birthday” to the pothole, but only because “it was too hot out.”




Islamophobia, like much Muslim discourse, is based on an appropriation and inversion of Jewish experience and precepts

The Islamists invented “Islamophobia” because they wanted to gain what they (wrongly) thought were the benefits to the Jews of anti-Semitism – protection from criticism. That’s why they claim an equivalence between the two.

But the great difference is that anti-Semitism is true prejudice because the Jews are innocent of the grotesque misdeeds attributed to them. By contrast, while many Muslims are decent people who wouldn’t harm a fly, Islam is an all-too real, historic source of oppression, fanatical violence and colonialist wars.

Time and again, Muslim thinking appropriates and inverts Jewish experience in order to demonize Israel and the Jews.

Canada updated its terror list – and still hasn’t added the IRGC

It was a dramatic scene in the House of Commons just over one year ago. The Conservatives had put forward a motion to designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a terrorist entity. The IRGC is an ideologically-driven branch of Iran’s armed forces, created after the 1979 revolution, that has seen its power expand to envelop more and more of Iranian society. It plays a leading role in everything that is wrong with the troubled regime today.

Nobody expected the Liberal government to back the motion. After all, Trudeau had campaigned on growing relations with Iran and the Liberals had knocked down a similar motion by a Conservative Senator just weeks before.

But something strange happened when House of Commons Speaker Geoff Regan began taking the tally on the motion. He asked for all “yeas” to speak up, turning to the Conservatives to register their support for the motion. Then he asked for the “nays”, pivoting to the other side under the assumption that the Liberals would all vote against. Then there were rumblings. The “yeas” weren’t over.

There were others who wanted to vote for the motion – those on the other side of the bench. The first one to rise – remarkably – was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The PM was standing to support a Conservative motion about getting tough on Iran. The Conservatives were elated. Social media lit up. American media even took notice.

A year later though, it still hasn’t happened.

Video released of suspect in alleged sexual assault of 14-year-old girl in Aurora

Suspect was reportedly carrying a gun during alleged sexual assault of 14-year-old girl

Revenge of the Right: Why Break Up YouTube, Google and Facebook

Europe’s Missing Islamic State Fighters

The German government has lost track of scores of Germans who travelled to Iraq and Syria in recent years to join the Islamic State (IS). The revelation comes amid growing fears that some of these fighters are returning to Germany undetected by authorities.

The German Interior Ministry, in response to a question from the Secretary General of the classical liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP), Linda Teuteberg, revealed that German authorities lack information on the whereabouts of at least 160 Germans who left to fight with the IS, according to Welt am Sonntag. The ministry said that while some had probably been killed in combat, others have gone into hiding and may be trying to resettle in Germany.

“In view of the very fragmented protection of the EU’s external borders, it is particularly worrying that the federal government appears to have taken no further measures to prevent the uncontrolled re-entry of underground IS fighters,” Teuteberg told Welt am Sonntag. She added that the government “still has no concept” for dealing with former IS fighters from Germany, including “Germans detained in the war zone as well as the more than 200 former IS supporters who are now back in Germany.”

Teuteberg said that the Interior Ministry should come up with a plan for how to deal with IS returnees and how to hold them accountable, by, for example, strengthening the legal capacity to investigate and prosecute war crimes abroad.

Of the estimated 1,050 Germans who travelled to Iraq and Syria to fight in recent years, approximately one-third (350) have returned to Germany. Another 220 are believed to have been killed on the battlefield. According to government sources cited by the German television program Tagesschau, approximately 120 are being detained in Iraq and Syria. In addition, at least 138 children of German IS fighters are being held Iraq and Syria. The whereabouts of the others are unknown.

Court enters $25 million Judgment against Oberlin College in Gibson’s Bakery case


California Jews uneasy as man who threatened synagogue shooting allowed bail

Ross Farca, a gamer who called himself ‘Adolf Hitler (((6 Million))),’ seeks to overturn a restraining order prohibiting his possession of firearms



The Syrian refugee Mohammed Omran Albakr persuaded his Palestinian accomplice Iyad Bayatneh to murder a German millionaire because he allegedly was a Jew.

The dramatic development was reported on Thursday by the local newspaper Schwarzwälder Bote.

The 57-year-old victim Michael Riecher, a real estate investor who was not Jewish, was found strangled in his home in November.

According to the report, the 28-year-old Albakr told a number of acquaintances that he was looking for help to rob Riecher, who reportedly had gold and 250,000 Euro in a safe.

A Lebanese-born Palestinian named Haitham Ahmad  provided the eye-popping  testimony about Albakr and the 31-year-old Bayatneh. Ahmad, who is a barber,  said he recommended Bayatneh as an accomplice to Albakr because Bayatneh has a “strong heart.”

VIDEO: Hundreds of Haitians, Africans wade through Rio Grande, stroll into USA — carrying luggage!

Groups of hundreds of Africans, Haitians and others from Central and South America continue to trudge across the U.S.- Mexico border in record numbers, despite promises from Mexico to help stop the massive migration.

Footage from the Del Rio Sector of the border in Texas shows scores are making their way in mini-caravans, with many arriving well-dressed in designer clothes, toting luggage and backpacks with their children in tow.

Hamilton police arrest suspected member of group who staged protest on mayor’s lawn

A 33-year-old female is the first arrest after a group of about 20 people dropped protest signs on the front lawn of Mayor Fred Eisenberger’s house Friday morning.

The woman is facing four charges of theft under $5,000, criminal harassment, causing a disturbance and mischief.

A group arrived early on Friday, around 7:15 a.m. and planted signs with the moniker “The mayor doesn’t care about Queer People” in front of the mayor’s home,” according to police.

Fewer than 870 of 45,000 ‘irregular’ asylum-seekers removed by CBSA since 2017

By avoiding official border crossings when entering Canada, these migrants take advantage of a loophole in Canada’s “Safe Third Country Agreement” with the United States that allows people who are already on Canadian soil to make refugee claims. The agreement would otherwise see them turned back to the U.S., a country Canada considers safe for them.

Federal NDP candidate in Nova Scotia ousted for comments comparing Israel to Nazi Germany

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Case of Hamilton man allegedly spying for China, tangled in secrecy

The case of a Canadian man accused of trying to spy for China is once again tied up in mysterious closed-door proceedings over confidential information.

It has been more than five years since Qing Quentin Huang was arrested in Burlington, Ont., following an RCMP-led investigation called Project Seascape.

Huang, an employee of Lloyd’s Register, a subcontractor to Irving Shipbuilding Inc., was charged under the Security of Information Act with attempting to communicate secrets to a foreign power.

Police said the information related to elements of the federal shipbuilding strategy, which includes patrol ships, frigates, naval auxiliary vessels, science research vessels and ice breakers.

Huang, who claims innocence, is free on bail.


But the engineer’s criminal trial in Ontario court has been delayed as legal tussles over disclosure of information in the case play out in the Federal Court of Canada, the venue for deciding how much sensitive material can be kept under wraps.

Ottawa recently filed a new application in Federal Court to shield information related to Huang’s case, although, given the nature of the proceedings, it is unclear precisely what the application is about.

It comes two years after Huang asked a federal judge to release additional portions of a heavily redacted affidavit and warrant that authorized the Canadian Security Intelligence Service to intercept telecommunications at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa.

Huang was not a target of the warrant and had never been under CSIS investigation.

However, the spy service advised the RCMP of phone calls Huang allegedly made to the embassy and claimed he “offered to provide Canadian military secrets” to the Chinese government. That prompted the police investigation resulting in Huang’s arrest.

Huang contends the warrant opened the door to a breach of his charter guarantee against unreasonable search and seizure.

California Legislature Passes Bill To Put Trans Men In Women’s Prisons, Even Rapists

There are no exceptions in the bill to make sure that men who have committed violent or sexual crimes against women are not placed in prison with women.

The Struggle for Gay Rights Is Over

For those born into a form of adversity, sometimes the hardest thing to do is admitting that they’ve won.

Marianne Williamson’s Plan to Defeat Trump: ‘Harness Love’

“Marianne Williamson is going to circle the White House with rose quartz and sage to defeat Trump”

Qatar’s American Conservative Lapdogs

Qatar relies on the longstanding, reasonable belief among conservative Americans that Saudi Arabia is the chief source of terror and extremism. Qatar advances the narrative that it is under siege from other countries in its region because they are opposed to Doha’s progressive, moderate beliefs. But the very opposite appears to be true. Qatar, the world’s second most famous Wahhabi regime, has a long history of enabling terror and funding extremism. It shares much in common with Saudi Arabia, but it also possesses the media savvy to persuade Americans otherwise.

Numerous Huawei employees did research with Chinese army, indicating closer military ties than previously admitted

Several Huawei Technologies Co. employees have collaborated on research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel, indicating closer ties to the country’s military than previously acknowledged by the smartphone and networking powerhouse.

Male stripper who performed lap dance on woman gets new sex assault trial

A male strip-club performer convicted of sexually assaulting a woman who paid him for a lap dance should get a new trial because the judge relied on stereotypes of how women behave, Ontario’s top court ruled on Thursday.

In quashing the conviction against Damir Cepic, the Court of Appeal faulted the judge’s reasoning in deciding the complainant, 23, did not consent to sexual activity with him.

“The trial judge’s path to conviction rested largely on a series of erroneous assumptions about what a young woman would or would not do in the circumstances of this case,” the court said. “The conviction must therefore be set aside.”

The case arose in March 2016, when the woman, identified only as OI, and seven girlfriends went to the Foxxes Den in Toronto to celebrate a birthday, court records show. It was OI’s first time at such a club.

During the evening, OI paid Cepic $10 for a lap dance. He would testify she reached into his pants to touch his private parts, something she would deny. She then paid Cepic, 29, another $40 for a private lap dance. This time, court heard, she performed oral sex on him and he briefly penetrated her.

Cepic testified at trial before Superior Court Justice Anne London-Weinstein that he was already having intercourse with the woman and about to ejaculate when the woman said, “no, I have a boyfriend.” She denied saying that and testified she told him, “no” and tried to push him off her.

After the dance, OI texted a friend wondering what to tell her boyfriend. She also said she was worried her father, a police officer, would be furious, court heard.

When her then-boyfriend arrived to pick her up, she told him she had been sexually assaulted, court heard. She reported the incident to police several hours later. Police charged Cepic with sexual assault.

The only issue at trial was consent. OI argued she was forced into fellatio and intercourse. Cepic, described as a hard-working and trustworthy father, said the woman had been a willing participant.

London-Weinstein sided with OI, saying she found the complainant reliable and credible, and Cepic self-serving.

For example, the judge rejected Cepic’s evidence that OI had touched him sexually, saying it was unlikely the woman would have done so on her first-ever lap dance. The judge also called it “completely implausible and nonsensical” that OI would have told the accused about her boyfriend just as he was about to climax.

London-Weinsten convicted Cepic and jailed him for two years less a day.

Cepic appealed, arguing the judge had relied on stereotypes and assumptions, while OI maintained London-Weinstein was entitled to rely on common sense assumptions about basic human behaviour.

In its analysis, the Appeal Court warned the common-sense approach to assessing credibility is “fraught with danger,” and London-Weinstein had unfairly made assumptions about female behaviour in accepting OI’s testimony and rejecting Cepic’s.

“The trial judge started from the assumption about what a young woman would do in a strip club and carried that theme throughout her analysis,” the Appeal Court said. “(Her)determinations about what ‘made no sense’ or was ‘implausible’ were blatant assumptions, unsupported by the evidence.”

The judge, the Appeal Court said, ignored the context in which OI found herself.

“The context was significant: a women’s only party in a highly sexualized environment involving alcohol and male dancers,” Justice Mary Lou Benotto said for the Appeal Court.

London-Weinstein, the higher court said, also appeared to resort to stereotypes about male aggression when she rejected Cepic’s evidence that OI had come on to him and found he had taken advantage of a “stunned and confused” young woman.



As part of a combined investigation among three German media outlets, it was reported that “German corporations were involved in the export of weapons-grade chemicals to Syria despite the ongoing war.”

SUNY Prof. Nicholas Powers: ‘Seeing Poor White People Makes Me Happy’

A professor at SUNY Old Westbury wrote in a blog post entitled “Seeing poor white people makes me happy” that he considered kicking a homeless person in the face because he was a “white boy.”


Bill de Blasio Quotes Che Guevara At Miami Airport Rally

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke Thursday afternoon at Miami International Airport in solidarity with Delta and American Airlines employees protesting working conditions. While there, the radical leftist presidential candidate quoted Cuban revolutionary commander and murderer Che Guevara to show support for the workers. His remarks come in the same city that many migrants fled to in order to escape oppression brought upon by Guevara throughout Latin America as well as the Castro regime in Cuba.

Inventing Victimhood

Universities too often serve as “hate-crime hoax” mills.


No Candace, the lib media will not give this epidemic some attention now, or ever


FATAH: Dividing Canada into vote banks, one tribe at a time

The slow and steady ghettoization of Canada’s urban political scene is gathering pace. Ethnicity, religion and tribalism is being promoted as a tool in the upcoming October elections, instead of debating competing visions about Canada’s future.

Political commentators in the media, academics in universities and vote-hungry politicians may have become numb or blind to what is unfolding, but the rest of the world and most immigrants like me are watching our democracy being used to promote religious hatred, ethnic division and extremism overseas.

LAWTON: CBC promotes “reclaiming Marxism”

The state-funded CBC published an article extoling the virtues of Marxism, the philosophy that became the precursor of communism, which has claimed upwards of 100 million lives due to genocide, war and famine.

You’d never see a mainstream media article suggesting we “embrace fascism,” so why is it acceptable to do this?

MUST-WATCH: Dan Crenshaw questioning Google exec

Denver dad in critical condition on Dominican Republic vacation


Enjoy this video of a screaming, crying Antifa protester being detained for assault

Good times!

The Bahrain workshop: Its assured “failure” is its success

The predictable Palestinian refusal to have anything to do with progress is part of the bigger peace plan that the Trump administration is working on – the real peace between Israel and the Arab world.

Bahrain FM to Times of Israel: Israel is here to stay, and we want peace with it

Khalid bin Ahmed al Khalifa says Manama conference could be ‘gamechanger’ like Israel-Egypt Camp David Accords

Ilhan Omar REFUSES to answer questions about her brother-husband

Nicaragua Confirms Arrest of Fourth ISIS Terror Suspect

Nicaraguan authorities confirmed the arrests of four, not three ISIS terror suspects who entered the country as part of a migrant group with Costa Rican travel documents.

Sketch of suspect in Aurora sexual assault released

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Rosie O’Donnell Claims ‘Over 100,000’ ‘Concentration Camps’ in U.S.

Ignorant lib pig of the day

Brooklyn Crowd Cheers for Louis CK Even Though It’s 2019

In 2019, people get “cancelled” a lot. If you’re a prominent person, or even just a dumb blogger or something, and you do or say anything that makes anybody angry, they can “cancel” you. I’m not sure exactly how this process works, but usually it involves getting a lot of people on social media to keep repeating the same assertion about you. If you do or say the wrong thing, that’s it. You can’t host the Oscars, or direct another Marvel movie, or have your own sitcom, or do stand-up comedy, or whatever the case may be. Your career is over. You’re “cancelled.”

There’s only one problem with this utterly fair and just system: the outside world. If lots of ordinary people don’t know or care that they’re not supposed to like a celebrity and support his work anymore, they just… keep doing what they want to do. They keep having unapproved thoughts. They laugh when they’re supposed to frown, and applaud when they should be shaking their fists. This is happening every day. In America.

Take Louis CK. Please! Take him! He was supposed to go away forever after he got caught with his pants down in 2017. It wasn’t enough that he lost all his TV and movie deals (go see The Secret Life of Pets 2, in theaters now and not starring Louis CK). He shouldn’t even be able to go onstage to do stand-up anymore. And if he dares to show his face in public, he definitely shouldn’t receive rapturous applause, as he did in Brooklyn this weekend.


Today in Canadian justice

Canadian fertility doctor, 80, who inseminated up to 100 women with his own sperm is fined $10,000.

ISIS Supporter “Umm Nutella” Faces Life In Prison After Violating Deal With Feds

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Fires rage on as Gaza balloon terror intensifies

These people should get their Islamic terror state already

First Nation unites to oust ‘lifetime’ chief

Edward Machimity was first named chief when the band was created in 1985. Then, in 1997, when the band adopted its own custom governance code known as the “convention,” he became chief potentially for life, subject only to a review of his leadership every 21 years.

Machimity and his immediate family control band services in the First Nation, which sits about 400 kilometres northwest of Thunder Bay and has an on-reserve population of about 84 people. They decide who gets a new house or renovations, who gets post-secondary education funding or who gets use of the medical van for appointments.

Many community members say Saugeen is controlled through fear, harassment and bullying.


“The IHRA definition also explicitly recognizes that anti-Zionism – that is the delegitimization and demonization of the Jewish state – is a clear and unequivocal expression of antisemitism. The definition states clearly that Jew hatred includes applying antisemitic slurs to Israel, denying the Jewish people’s legitimate right to self-determination, accusing Israelis of blood libels, and holding Israel to double standards. The IHRA definition also recognizes that, like any democracy, criticism of Israeli policy is not antisemitic. But calling into question the right of the Jewish people to self-determination is.”

Project Veritas posts alleged Google email comparing Ben Shapiro, Jordan Peterson to ‘nazis’

The email, part of an apparent chain to the company’s transparency and ethics group, was sent by Liam Hopkins to 17 other staff using Google email addresses. The other names and date were redacted.

“Today it is often 1 or 2 steps to nazis, if we understand that PragerU, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro et al are nazis using the dog whistles you mention in step 1,” said the email.

‘MONSTROUS’ CHILD PORN BUST: OPP arrest 5 men from Richmond Hill

$50Gs reward offered in hunt for alleged Toronto playground shooter

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VIDEO: ‘Jihadi Jack’ Letts: I’d love to come home, I won’t blow up Brits

Speaking to Sky News from a jail in Syria, Jack Letts urges his parents who were convicted of funding terrorism “not to give up”.

Letts’s mother, a former Oxfam fundraising officer, told how her life is “in ruins”, while his father, an organic farmer, said their conviction for funding terrorism “destroys me”.

Video: Inside China’s Nightmarish Potemkin Village Reeducation Camps

No marches, protests, boycotts – here are some Muslims libs could not care less about. 

Video: Chicago Police Release Footage of Jussie Smollett with Noose Around Neck

The Chicago Police Department on Monday released hours of video captured as part of their investigation into the alleged hate hoax orchestrated by former Empire actor Jussie Smollett earlier this year.

Included in the nearly 70 hours of video is footage of Smollett wearing the noose he alleged his so-called attackers looped around his neck during the racist and anti-gay assault against him.