Inside the black bloc militant protest movement as it rises up against Trump
Scorned by critics on both the left and right and hunted by police, the black bloc is bringing its radical tactics to the massive protest movement sparked by the presidency of Donald Trump.
The masked militants went fist to fist with neo-Nazis at the state Capitol in June, where five of their allies were stabbed. Black bloc tactics also dogged Trump’s inaugural ceremonies in Washington, leaving broken windows, vandalized banks and a torched limo.
Kevin O’Leary Says He Will End Trudeau’s ‘Screwed-Up’ Economy
Calling Canada’s economic future “very screwed-up” under Trudeau, O’Leary says, “That’s the environment we’ve created; we’ve created a very poisonous, toxic environment that’s anti-entrepreneurship and that’s Justin Trudeau right there. He’s never been an entrepreneur; he’s never understood what it takes to read a balance sheet or income statement or what it takes to run a business. He’s destroyed the essence of what Canada is about.”
Migrants Entering Hungary to Be Detained in Shipping Containers on Border
“People’s freedom of movement will be removed, they will be able to stay only in a place designated for them,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s chief of staff, János Lázár, told AFP.
“This place will be the state border, where containers suitable for accommodating 200-300 people will be erected. Migrants will have to wait there for a legally binding decision on their claims”, he added.
Time To Repeal Energy Star, The EPA’s Brand Of Fake “Energy Efficiency”
The EPA owns the ENERGY STAR brand which is mandated for use by government in the USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Switzerland and the European Union, but not in communist China where the bulk of ENERGY STAR’s products are produced.
EPA claims their ‘certified’ brand of energy efficiency saves $23 billion annually for partners, yet can’t even convince their communist cronies to mandate the use of their cutting-edge products. It’s almost like the commies know that EPA’s claims are complete BS!
America’s new peacemaker, Lindsay Lohan, wants a sit-down on refugee crisis with Trump and Putin: ‘Know ur place!’
That’s right, now that the actress has spent some time overseas reading the Koran, partially learning languages and whatnot, she’s like, officially an expert on the Syrian refugee crisis.
Female Ontario Premier Forced To Sit In A Corner While Visiting Mosque
Before she was allowed to deliver a message that “we’re all the same,” Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was forced to sit in the back corner of a Mosque all by herself while the Muslim men prayed.
Yes, Canada’s anti-Islamophobia motion poses a problem
There are two fundamental problems with Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s Motion 103 calling on the federal government to battle Islamophobia that will likely come up for debate in the House of Commons this coming week.
One concern is practical, the other stems from a dusty old philosophical belief that words can affect ideas and concepts. Used incorrectly for long enough, the wrong words give us bad ideas.
Protesting 101: Don’t let it end in tears
With the world the way it is these days, citizens by the thousands are picking up placards and taking part in public protests, marches and demonstrations — many for the first time in their lives. While peaceful protests are the norm, things can go sideways. So, just in case — and borrowing, mostly, from a Toronto Star tip sheet for journalists covering the 2010 G8 and G20 summits in Muskoka and Toronto — here are some preparation and survival tips for the uninitiated.
Walk of shame: Sweden’s “first feminist government” don hijabs in Iran
Trade minister Ann Linde and other members of Sweden’s “first feminist government in the world” walked past Iranian President Rouhani yesterday as they covered their hair in compliance with Iran’s compulsory hijab law, despite Stockholm’s promise to promote “a gender equality perspective” internationally, and to adopt a “feminist foreign policy” in which “equality between women and men is a fundamental aim.”
CBC asks whether the media should report criminal charges against refugees
On February 10, 2017, CBC News tweeted the following question: “When a refugee faces criminal charges, should the public be told?”
The question was raised following the arrest of a Syrian refugee by Edmonton Police in connection to several cases of sexual assaults and sexual interference.