WIKILEAKS: Hillary labels Blacks and Muslims ‘professional never-do-wells’
“The main reason behind successful immigration should be painfully obvious to even the most dimwitted of observers: Some groups of people are almost always highly successful given only half a chance (Jews*, Hindus/Sikhs and Chinese people, for example), while others (Muslims, blacks** and Roma***, for instance) fare badly almost irrespective of circumstances.”
Maxime Bernier on “Canadian values” questionnaires
Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Maxime Bernier talked about the difference between his positions on immigration and “Canadian values,” and that of his rival Kellie Leitch.
“Anti Islam” posters consistent with teachings of Canadian Imams, Islamic literature
Anti Islam protest reached last week Calgary and Edmonton. Around 40 of anti-Islam posters were found on October 4, 2016 in various locations in the campus of the University of Calgary. On the same week several residents in a southwest Edmonton neighbourhood received anti-Islam flyers in their mailboxes.
Sgt. Eric Levesque, hate crimes coordinator with the Calgary Police Service, said that the posters are “very offensive”, but “if you remove the bad words the message itself does not contravene Canada’s hate speech laws.”
Very Real Collapse of US Journalism
Here are five pieces of evidence from the Wikileaks leaks proving that US journalism is dead. The media in general no longer sees their role as watchdogs, they are an arm of the Democratic Party.
Experts said Arctic sea ice would melt entirely by September 2016 – they were wrong
Dire predictions that the Arctic would be devoid of sea ice by September this year have proven to be unfounded after latest satellite images showed there is far more now than in 2012.
Scientists such as Prof Peter Wadhams, of Cambridge University, and Prof Wieslaw Maslowski, of the Naval Postgraduate School in Moderey, California, have regularly forecast the loss of ice by 2016, which has been widely reported by the BBC and other media outlets.
Prof Wadhams, a leading expert on Arctic sea ice loss, has recently published a book entitled A Farewell To Ice in which he repeats the assertion that the polar region would free of ice in the middle of this decade.
As late as this summer, he was still predicting an ice-free September.
‘A Farewell To Ice’ – gosh that’s witty. These people really are our intellectual superiors!
Australia to permit indefinite detention after completion of terrorism-related sentences
There would be no new trial, although prisoners would have the right to argue in court that they aren’t a threat — the change will upend a centuries-old legal principle that prisoners are automatically released when their sentences end.
Death Threats to Canadian journalists for reporting on Muslim sex attacks on high schools girls
There is a story unfolding in Canada that should be on the front page of every newspaper not just in Canada but in the West. But it’s not which is, in and of itself, a major story.
The Mississauga Gazette published an article, “Bonnie’s Muslims Are Molesting Teenage Girls in Mississauga High Schools” [scroll down].
This is not new. We have seen these attacks everywhere with large Muslim populations, like Mississauga. The UK is rife with thousands of Muslim child sex trafficking gangs and reports of mass sexual attacks across Europe in the wake of the Muslim invasion are rampant.
This website’s readers are long familiar with Mississauga, home of Aqsa Parvez who was honor murdered by her father and brother for her refusal to wear the hijab. Atlas readers contributed to a memorial grove in her name (and the victims of honor killings worldwide).
Instead of issuing an investigation of the sex attacks on minor infidel girls, the craven Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie filed a hate crime complaint against paper. Muslims have issued numerous death threats, the journalist quit. The article was pulled by the publisher who declared it ‘public domain’ and called for those who stand in defense of freedom to reprint it.
It’s the death, the murder of free speech. Speech that is offensive to some must not be curtailed, but protected. If speech that offends a group is outlawed, that group has absolute power, and a free society is destroyed. A group that cannot be criticized cannot be opposed. It can work its will no matter what it is, and no one will be able to say anything to stop it.
Ben & Jerry’s declares support for Black Lives Matter
Ben & Jerry’s has never shied away from weighing in on prominent social and political causes. Now the Vermont-based creamery has officially weighed in one of America’s most contentious movements: Black Lives Matter.
On Thursday, the ice cream maker sent out a Tweet proclaiming solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Black Lives Matter. Choosing to be silent in the face of such injustice is not an option.”
Quebec premier attacks new PQ leader’s ‘closed nationalism’
Jean-Francois Lisee’s election as Parti Quebecois leader represents a victory for “the nationalism of exclusion,” Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard said Saturday.
Couillard made the comments during a trip to Iceland only hours after Lisee, 58, was elected PQ leader on Friday.
He said Lisee’s campaign statements regarding limiting immigration made it clear he advocated for a “closed nationalism” that has some ideological parallels to European right-wing populist parties.
Residents debate Hispanic neighborhood changing street signs into Spanish
When Hispanic residents of downtown Allentown want to grab a bite, get their hair cut or shop for groceries, they often head to Seventh Street — but they don’t call it that. To them, it’s Calle Siete.
A councilman wants to honor the city’s growing Hispanic population by installing decorative Spanish-language street signs on one of its main commercial thoroughfares, where a profusion of Latino-owned restaurants, barbershops and corner stores reflects the rapidly changing demographics of the state’s third-largest city. Hispanics now represent nearly half the population of 120,000.