Despite spending years criticising Christianity, well-known atheist Richard Dawkins is now admitting that Christianity is much better than Islam.
Dawkins even conceded that “Christianity may actually be our best defence against aberrant forms of religion that threaten the world,” according to The Gospel Herald.
Facebook Inc. said it won’t punish employees who take time off to join pro-immigrant protests on May 1. And, in a nod to security staff, janitors, shuttle-bus drivers and others who work for Facebook contractors on campus, the company also said it will investigate if any of its vendors illegally crack down on their employees’ protest rights.
Illegally insist people show up for work? “Protest rights”? WTH?
Our Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, is concerned about the well-being of Canadian citizens… His concern for Islam is well known…
But where is his concern for others in our country? From Hindus to Jews? When it comes to hate speech regarding the Jews our Prime Minister is AWOL. Not a peep nor a tweet.
A leftist FEMEN protester was seen storming the stage during a Marine Le Pen speech at Paris’s Zenith arena to throw flowers at her and flash her chest.
She ended up being tackled by Le Pen’s security team mid-flash.
“It has come to our attention that when offering voter registration opportunities to customers, DMV’s employees offer voter registration materials to DMV customers whom they know to be non-citizens based upon their presentation of a Green Card for identification purposes.”
“More specifically, it is our understanding that some DMV employees have been instructed to accept registration materials from all customers, including those who present a Green Card for identification purposes…This practice must cease immediately. Please take appropriate actions, as we have reason to believe that non-citizens have unlawfully registered to vote in Nevada as a direct result of DMV’s practices. Moreover, we now have confirmed that some non-citizens illegally cast votes in the 2016 election.”
The dangerous ideology of political correctness continues to spread. We can see it not only in what is talked about, but what is not talked about.
That’s why the silence of Justin Trudeau and the elites regarding an arson at a Toronto Church is indicative of a bigger issue.
As reported by Global, a fire was deliberately set at St. John the Evangelist Church, forcing the cancellation of Easter Services.
Idiotic Whoopi Goldberg Defends Obama’s Failed North Korea Policy
A former director of Venezuela’s Office of Identification, Migration and Foreigners said that during his 17 months in the post, the socialist government gave at least 10,000 Venezuelan passports and other documents to citizens of Syria, Iran and other Middle Eastern countries.
In an interview with El Nuevo Herald, Colonel Vladimir Medrano Rengifo said the operation was headed by current Vice President Tareck El Aissami.
He said most passports and visas were granted in the Venezuelan Consulate in Damascus, Syria’s capital.
“Today we don’t know where these people are, nor what they are doing,” said Medrano, who currently resides in the United States.
Russian authorities recently revealed that the suspected suicide bomber who attacked the metro in St. Petersburg was a Kyrgyz citizen born in Russia. This attack followed another that had targeted Reina nightclub in Istanbul on New Year’s Eve. That attack was executed by a Uighur from China who came to Turkey from Kyrgyzstan.
These two attacks shed light on the complicated dynamic of recruiting extremists in Kyrgyzstan and other central Asian countries and Russia’s efforts to alleviate terrorist threats by facilitating the travel of local extremists to Syria.
Gov. Gen. David Johnston announced on Tuesday that the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the capital region, Ontario and Nunavut from June 29 to July 1.
“We are pleased they are joining in the sesquicentennial festivities, and look forward to Canadians having the opportunity to showcase the very best that our country has to offer,” Johnston said in a statement.