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Trudeau: “Our government is a leader on preventing gender-based violence”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his decision to participate in the Women in the World Summit in New York City on April 6, 2017 in order “to continue to champion women’s rights, and to emphasize the important role we all have to play to advance gender equality.”


Internet Security Analysts: North Korea Is Planning a Global Bank Heist

The New York Times published a report from Internet security firm Symantec that revealed startling ambitions on the part of hackers affiliated with North Korea.

According to the report, they have plans to rob over a hundred banks around the world, including “institutions like the World Bank, the European Central Bank and big American companies including Bank of America.”


‘Dear White People’ signs at college declare ‘black people can’t be racist,’ decry whites

A number of “Dear White People” signs were posted on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, Thursday that decry and criticize white people.

One read, “Dear White People… Black people can’t be racist. Prejudice [sic], yes, but not racist. Racism describes a system of disadvantage based on race. Black people can’t be racist since we don’t stand to benefit from such a system.”


Malibu Elites Declare Beach Community a ‘Sanctuary City’

Councilwoman Laura Rosenthal was reportedly inspired by Sheen’s speech in December. “I think some people in Malibu have people working for them who are undocumented,” Rosenthal reportedly said during last week’s meeting.

A 2010 census shows that Hispanics make up just 6 percent of Malibu’s population, while 91 percent of the oceanside community is white. However, a sizable proportion of the beach city’s service workforce is Latino.


Far-left activists hold armed march in Phoenix

About thirty to forty members of the Brown Berets, the John Brown Gun Club, and Antifa held an armed march and rally in Phoenix yesterday. It took place across the street from the capital building. They carried a wide assortment of long rifles. Some were wearing military gear and a small number had body armor on.

Stephen Lemons, a liberal reporter for the Pheonix New Times, attempted to interview the group. They refused, so he just filmed them with his cellphone. The group asked him to stop filming and became hostile when he refused.


Islamism’s Culture War Sets Sight on Multi-Billion Dollar Beauty Industry

“[F]ashion is one of the outlets in which we can start that cultural shift in today’s society to normalize the hijab in America.” — Melanie Elturk, CEO of Haute Hijab.

Here you have the two faces of Islamist thought, one which underscores the myth of peace while privately exiling dissenting voices as ignorant, racist or bigoted. Meanwhile, CoverGirl and other brands upholding the hijab as a new standard of beauty, ignore the hijab’s very ugly origins.


House Democrat Dismisses Muslim Woman’s Charge Against Muslim Staffer, Citing Islamophobia

Devout Muslims who called the police on their own relatives — who work as Democratic House IT staffers — are disgusted by Rep. Gregory Meeks being “hesitant to believe” the charges against them, with Meeks saying the allegations may have stemmed from Islamophobia.

The New York Democrat’s IT staffer Hina Alvi and her husband, Imran Awan, have been banned from Congress by Capitol Police, suspecting them of criminal violations of network security in relation to congressional data. Imran’s brothers Abid and Jamal were also on the House payroll as IT workers and have been banned.

But “I have seen no evidence that they were doing anything that was nefarious,” Meeks told Politico March 1.


Rachel Dolezal ‘Too Black’ for Her Black Husband

“Race faker” Rachel Dolezal is back in the news, desperately trying to make some money with a new book.

She “knew” she was black at an early age, despite being a blonde Caucasian girl in Montana and not meeting a black person until she was 10 years old. “I’d stir the water from the hose into the earth … and make thin, soupy mud, which I would then rub on my hands, arms, feet, and legs,” Dolezal writes.

Dolezal, who has two sons, aged 15 and 1, and helped raise a stepbrother who is now 21, told the AP she wrote the book to “settle the score.” She says none of the book is fiction, though there are many doubters after her “black-ish-ish” controversy.


Students Confess Their Sins At ‘Masculinity Confession Booth’

“We have all reinforced hypermasculinity one way or another regardless of our gender!!” explains the University of Regina event description. “Come and share your sins so we can begin to discuss how to identify and change our ways !!!”

The “Man Up Against Violence” initiative will be hosting these events at the University of Regina in Canada during the present week.


NDP MP petitions the government to apologize to Omar Khadr and compensate him

A petition sponsored by New Democratic Party MP Hélène Laverdière on March 22, 2017, calls on the Canadian government to formally apologize to Omar Khadr and award him “appropriate redress and compensation”.

On July 27, 2002, then 15 year old Canadian-born Omar Khadr, son of an al-Qaeda financier, was captured in Afghanistan after lobbing a grenade which killed US army medic Sgt. Christopher Speer and partially blinded Layne Morris, another US soldier. Khadr was flown to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and imprisoned in the American detention camp for terrorists for 10 years.


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