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rdoiyfKate Upton: ‘Horrific’ that NFL Players Would Kneel During Anthem on 9/11

“In my opinion, the national anthem is a symbolic song about our country. It represents honoring the many brave men and women who sacrifice and have sacrificed their lives each and every single day to protect our freedom,” the 24-year-old Sports Illustrated model wrote in a post to her Instagram account Sunday afternoon. “Sitting or kneeling down during the national anthem is a disgrace to those people who have served and currently serve our country. Sitting down during the national anthem on September 11th is even more horrific.”

happy-eidSchool’s unexpected closure for Muslim holiday angers parents

Parents at an east London school are furious because they were given just “three days’ notice” that the school would be partially closing for the Muslim holy festival Eid al-Adha.

Chobham Academy, an independent mixed academy with 1,800 pupils ranging from ages three to 18, informed parents last week its nursery, reception, and Year 1 and 2 classes would not be held on Monday due to a “high number of staff requesting leave for religious observance, giving families just days to find childcare arrangements.”

USA CanadaSmall Canadian town gets beam from World Trade Center in show of gratitude

Gander was presented the 3-by-3-foot steel beam by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, an organization named after a New York firefighter who was killed trying to save people in the buildings.

The small, northeast Atlantic Coast town has an important international airport that has been both a refueling station and a rescue for planes in need of emergency landings.

On Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 7,000 passengers were taken in by the townspeople. Passengers were fed, housed and provided various assistance for three days while they waiting out the grounding of U.S. flights after the attacks.

muslim-gangs-in-parisParis city of light: a Parisian tells of the hell of the 19th district of Paris

One of our readers, who lives in Paris France in the 19th district, speak about the hell his neighborhood became with the wild presence of illegal and dangerous Muslim invaders that the government does not want to send back home.

Now my children are afraid to go to school by themselves.

Unsafe zones, infamous smells and attacks have become our daily life.

charlie-hebdo-lasagna-cartoonItalian quake town may sue Charlie Hebdo over ‘lasagne’ cartoon

An Italian town is pursuing legal action against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo for a cartoon showing victims of an earthquake there as types of pasta, and another suggesting the mafia was to blame for the death toll of almost 300.

One cartoon, entitled “Earthquake Italian Style”, captioned drawings of a bloodied and bandaged man “Penne in tomato sauce”, a scratched and swollen woman “Penne au gratin”, and a collapsed building with blood and feet emerging from it “Lasagne”.

After Italians responded angrily, the magazine, famed for its provocative, taboo-busting cartoons, published a second one, showing a person half-buried under rubble saying: “Italians … it’s not Charlie Hebdo who built your homes, it’s the mafia!”

revolution‘Black Students for Revolution’ hold rally at U of Illinois

Black students at the University of Illinois are calling for a revolution, saying they won’t stop until the school puts an end to its “system of tuition-peonage” and abolishes its “strongholds of male power.”

At a Friday rally, UI’s Black Students for Revolution (BSR) presented a list of demands to its administration, touching on issues from tuition hikes and minimum-wage laws to Greek life and housing options.

In its first demand, BSR calls on its school to “immediately and permanently halt tuition hikes,” arguing that the current cost of higher education “is unsustainable and must be radically disrupted.”

cnn_sexist_hillary_diagnosisCNN Says It’s Sexist to Say Sick Hillary is ‘Weak’ After Collapsing and Catching Pneumonia

Watch as this CNN panel implies that it’s sexist to say Hillary is ‘weak’ or unhealthy after her collapse and pneumonia diagnosis at the September 11 Ground Zero memorial ceremony.

Panel blasts Trump for apparently using sexist subtext and dog whistles any time he says “strong” or “strength” in his campaign despite “Stronger Together” being Hillary’s campaign slogan…

kellie-leitchWhen it comes to having a ‘Basket of Deplorables,’ Canada is Number 1!!!

Conservative Party leadership candidate Kellie Leitch caused a stir last week when she sent out a questionnaire asking Canadians if they think new immigrants should be screened to see if they have anti-Canadian values. The reaction from the left was predictable; but that paled in comparison to the reaction of high-profile members of the CPC from the interim leader to the other leadership candidates.

With the exception of Leitch, the notion that the main duty of a government is to protect its citizens has gone the way of the ten-cent cup of coffee. Political correctness rules. Anyone who opposes the notion that Canada should not allow immigrants who hate our way of life to come here is a xenophobe, a racist, a homophobe and most importantly, Islamophobic.

tony-clementIf potential terrorists can’t be monitored 24/7, jail them: Clement

Conservative leadership candidate Tony Clement says if people at high risk of committing terrorist acts cannot be monitored around the clock, they should be behind bars.

Clement says court-ordered peace bonds — such as the one Aaron Driver was under while he planned his thwarted terrorist attack with explosives last month — are not enough unless security officials are able to monitor people 24 hours a day.

The RCMP has acknowledged that Driver was not under constant surveillance and that it was a tip from U.S. authorities that alerted them to his plans.

factual_persuasion-400x533-334x450Factual Persuasion

When you realize the true nature of Islam, you may want to persuade others. Then you discover that they have their minds filled with the “establishment” version of Islam and give you their justifications that support it. Factual Persuasion is written for those who want to be effective in persuading others about the true nature of Islam. You learn the powerful method of fact-based reasoning.

Since 9/11 these methods have been used to change the minds of supporters of Islam from all political backgrounds. Anyone, whether they are liberals, progressives, leftists or conservatives, can all be persuaded to see the truth in light of the facts about Islam. Since the methods used in Factual Persuasion are based on the sacred source texts of Islam, those who have read the Trilogy of Koran, Sira, and Hadith, will obtain the full benefit. Others can learn from the examples, but the more facts you have, the better your results.

yadazi-childYazidi Victim of ISIS Genocide: ‘They Beheaded Children With Axes’

A Yazidi mother and one of her sons who survived the Islamic State’s attack on Sinjar and surrounding villages in northern Iraq in August 2014, said that ISIS “shot and killed” many people, kidnapped young girls for sex, filmed the abuse and texted it to the girls’ families, and even “beheaded children with axes.”

The mother also disclosed that her husband “felt so helpless” that he committed suicide and that two of her sons, in shock and anguish, “painted their faces” with their dead father’s blood.

kim-jong-un-on-boatNorth Korea defied world with nuclear test. Now it seeks aid for flood disaster.

Floods that devastated North Korea last month are turning out to be worse than initially feared, with more than 100,000 people left homeless, according to aid workers who visited the area last week.

That puts Pyongyang in the inconvenient position of having to turn to the international community for help — at the same time as North Korea is facing global condemnation after its nuclear test last week.

“The effects of this flooding will be even more dramatic and devastating than initially thought,” said Chris Staines, the head of the Pyongyang office of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. “The people there are in a very desperate situation.”

Horseshit. That’s exactly why Kim Jong Un is conducting nuclear tests – it gives him a bargaining chip for aid. The Iranians have taught him well.

h/t Todd


  • Brett_McS

    Kate Upton for breakfast…

    • FactsWillOut

      …and a box lunch.

  • Brett_McS

    From the Pam Geller piece about Paris:

    “Two migrant camps will open soon in the upscale west side of Paris to accommodate a thousand Muslims …”.

    Depends how ‘upscale’, but if people with serious connections start to experience the diversity something might be done. Up to this point I imagine it has been the plebs who have been getting the benefits.

  • BillyHW
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      • BillyHW


        • FactsWillOut

          5th column.

      • Slickfoot

        ‘Knee pad journalism’… At it’s most obvious.

    • Clink9

      Sounds like a bunch of used car salesmen trying to unload the biggest heap on the lot.

      • FactsWillOut

        That’s giving used car salesmen a bad rap.

    • FactsWillOut

      What a bunch of disgusting, ass kissing, boot licking sycophants.

  • canminuteman

    Yesterday, Sir John Franklin’s ship HMS Terror was found after more than 150 years of searching, in Terror Bay. Terror Bay is the first place I would have looked!

    • Canadians aren’t very good at finding stuff. We’re still searching for that evasive Constitutional right called “free speech”.

  • Re: “Italian quake town may sue Charlie Hebdo over ‘lasagne’ cartoon”

    Obviously extremely offensive to Italians (and most people) in view of the deaths from the quake tragedy. But Italians aren’t being very creative in their response. Instead of suing and repressing free speech they should put out a cartoon mocking the deaths from the recent terrorist massacre at Charlie Hebdo.

    An equally sick thing to do, but as the old saying goes “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”. Plus it might remind Charlie Hebdo who their real enemies are as far as the repression of free speech goes — Islamic terrorists. Charlie Hebdo shrinks from offending the Islamists these days so they go after soft targets like the Italians. Stockholm syndrome?

    • That cartoon was in poor taste, but the Italians should have responded by mocking French cooking skills. Hit ’em where they’re most sensitive.

      • FactsWillOut

        You are ignoring the authoritarian mindset that currently permeates the West.
        The only “response” is to have the state attempt to stop it from ever happening again.
        These assholes are not interested in dialogue, they want control, pure and simple.
        The government shell game is becoming more and more transparent.

    • Blacksmith

      I think you hit the nail on the head. Great idea for a response. I have never cared for the Charlie Hebdo version of humor.

  • ontario john

    Toronto Star has a number of stories this morning on how wonderful Wynne is. But I prefer the Toronto Sun story on how little Justin attended a mosque with terrorist connections.

    • FactsWillOut

      I seriously doubt that there exist mosques WITHOUT terrorist connections.

      • Or armories.

        • FactsWillOut

          I don’t like the term “terrorist”, it’s been rendered almost meaningless by the MSM. Enemy combatant would be more suitable, IMHO.

          • Except “enemy combatant” is totally inaccurate. The Islamists don’t target soldiers, they target unarmed civilians. That’s why it’s called “terrorism” — the purpose isn’t territorial conquest through the military defeat of an opposing army; it’s to terrorize the broader civilian population — the effect is primarily psychological, provoking a generalized surrender of the civilian population.

            And the terrorists are succeeding because we are not addressing that fundamental aspect of terrorism — we are not engaging in psychological operations against Islamism. We are not attacking it at its ideological core out of fear that it might be religiously “offensive” to Muslims.

            The old adage “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” is one of the most false and misleading statements ever propagated by the Left.

  • Blacksmith

    “the hell his neighborhood became with the wild presence of illegal and
    dangerous Muslim invaders that the government does not want to send back
    I think it might be time to change your government then.

    • FactsWillOut

      Canada changed government from liberal Chretien to “conservative” Harper. Result: Double the Muzz immigration.

      • Blacksmith

        Oh, then all is well now.

        • FactsWillOut

          Sunni ways.
          Er, sunny, sunny ways.

          • Blacksmith

            Not Shia, I am so confused…..

          • FactsWillOut

            Me too.
            I think I’ll wait until the liquor store opens, and see if I can’t clarify my thoughts with some Johnny Walker Black Label and a cigar…and a few beers, because Canada.

  • Blacksmith

    “One cartoon, entitled “Earthquake Italian Style”, captioned drawings of a
    bloodied and bandaged man “Penne in tomato sauce”, a scratched and
    swollen woman “Penne au gratin”, and a collapsed building with blood and
    feet emerging from it “Lasagne”.”

    I am not surprised charlie hebdo did this. it has always been like that. the only target it likes more is generally Christians. And with the the Vatican being in Rome it is a natural fit. They don’t have the spine to attack muslims much anymore.

    • FactsWillOut

      Charlie Hebdo hasn’t attacked anybody, ever.

      Don’t buy into the BS that “mock=offend=attack.”

      • Blacksmith

        Okay Charlie Hebdo has written and posted articles and comments that many consider offensive. I myself have disliked their verbal denigration of people and faiths. My point is they no longer attack pisslam. I do not read Charlie Hebdo regularly and will not because I don’t like their mentality.
        I do however support their right to do it. Thus my OPINION that I was not surprised they went there. What they publish is offensive to many people and they like it that way. I think it is childish and immature and don’t like it. MY opinion.

        • FactsWillOut

          I don’t like them either.
          Typical of the libtards to hitch a “freedom of speech” carriage to a horse like that. That being said, I still disagree with the term “attack” to characterize CH’s behavior. MY opinion.

          It seems that the only way to settle this is by cage match. 🙂

          • Blacksmith

            We will have to agree to disagree.
            Attack is a verb in my version of English (not necessarily proper English) and that is the way I perceive/use it. I don’t place the same weight on a verbal attack as I do on a physical attack.

          • FactsWillOut

            I’m olde school: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”
            Remember that? I bet it’s racist or something to say that these days. Give it another generation, and they’ll call out the SWAT teams for saying it in public.

          • Blacksmith

            No doubt you are correct in your soothsaying of the future. I do remember it that doesn’t mean it was not intended as an attack against those it was aimed at. Again my opinion that there are degrees of attack.

          • FactsWillOut

            I don’t believe in printed “attacks.”
            Printed attacks require the participation of the “victim.”
            If the “victim” participates in the very activity he so despises (ie by buying and reading the medium), then he isn’t really a victim, he’s a whiny jerk, and should be treated accordingly.

  • Blacksmith

    “In its first demand, BSR calls on its school to “immediately and
    permanently halt tuition hikes,” arguing that the current cost of higher
    education “is unsustainable and must be radically disrupted.”
    Idjits! They are the cause of the rate hikes. Less people are willing to send their children to leftist indoctrination camps thus it costs more. Those leftist profs don’t come cheap you know……

  • Millie_Woods

    Professional athletes and celebrities are mostly shit

    • In addition, most of them are crack heads. Multi-millionaire drug addicts playing a silly game that they take as seriously as if they were in a real life and death war. The “heroism” of professional sports stars is delusional. And if the NFL ever decided to impose drug testing about 75% of them would be disqualified.

      • FactsWillOut

        NFL=National Felon’s League.

        We’d be better off getting them to fight each other (or lions) to the death as gladiators.

      • Norman_In_New_York

        I’ve been turned off by the NFL for decades. I can’t stomach the phony macho act of the announcers.

      • Millie_Woods

        I used to be a serious sports fan. Once the scales fell away from my eyes, I could never look at athletes the same again. I can’t remember if it was triggered by a single event or just one atrocious deed piled on top of another. I do remember it was around the time Darryl Strawberry was shooting off his mouth.

        • When you consider the pittance salaries and tremendous personal sacrifices athletes once had to make, once upon a time. Purely for the love of the sport. It is quite sickening to compare that with the pumped-up on steroids egomaniacs of today.