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No prosecution against the Swedish government for genocide

On June 6, Sweden’s government was notified of genocide. Behind the announcement was the Blueshift website , which refers , inter alia, to the law saying that genocide is committed if “members of the people’s group of living conditions are committed to destroying all or part of the public.” A genocide does not, therefore, need to be an active killing, but can mean, for example, that acts of displacement and destruction of a people group, popularly called immigration and integration, destroy a people’s group.

Federal NDP leadership hopeful “We’re going to implement feminist policies”

Niki Ashton, the MP for Churchill is drawing crowds and opening eyes for her recent NDP debate comments in Saskatoon.

The NDP leadership hopeful wants to be a better feminist than Justin Trudeau.

Ashton says she’s a longtime intersectional feminist who promotes activism and advocacy.

‘Founding Fathers’ would have applauded Mizzou race protests, says student body president

Students are leaping to the University of Missouri’s defense after a front-page New York Times report attributed plunging enrollment to racial protests that embroiled campus in fall 2015.

Mizzou’s defenders say the report unfairly blames racial activists instead of state budget cuts for Mizzou’s 35 percent enrollment decline over the past two years.

Are these the same Founding Fathers whose names the left has been removing from campus buildings because they were slaveowners?

Prohibition on burkini in public swimming baths may be discriminatory

UNIA, which bases its advice upon the arguments put forward by the Flemish Agency for Care and Health, says that this prohibition is without legal basis. It poses no problem as regards hygiene and safety, and the costume would not jeopardize male-female equality.

Several cities, towns and communes in Flanders, including Ghent and Leuven, as well as individual swimmers, have contacted UNIA regarding this prohibition.

Facebook bans anti-obesity ad because it could “make some viewers upset”

Facebook has gone full Tumblr and won’t allow an Australian anti-obesity ad on its site because some users may be offended by it.

According to The West Australian, LiveLighter, which has been using images for more than five years of a man gripping rolls of abdominal fat, has been told its advertisements have been rejected because they could offend sensitive people.

Confusion, hurt feelings and human rights ‘concerns’: Alberta school board cuts ties with Christian academy

An Alberta school board has severed ties with a Christian school after a request that the school stop teaching ‘offensive’ Bible verses morphed into a web of censorship, confusion and hurt feelings, according to a school official.

The Camrose, Alta. Battle River School Division (BRSD) board sent a notice of termination to Cornerstone Christian Academy (CCA), a public K-12 school in Kingman, a hamlet with a population of 103 about an hour outside of Edmonton.

Sydney Uni teaching how sharia law could be integrated into Aussie law

As part of Muslim Minorities And The Law, professors Salim Farrar and Dr Ghena Krayem are teaching Sydney University students how polygamy and lowering the age of consent could be sufficiently applied to Western civilisation.

The course uses a book, written by the professors, that promotes the idea that “sharia law and common law are not inherently incompatible”.

Far-right German politician suggests G20 rioters should have been shot

Christel Weißig, a 71-year-old AfD politician and member of the regional parliament in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, wrote a Facebook post on the morning of July 8, in the aftermath of the G20 summit in Hamburg. The summit was at times overshadowed by rioters who clashed with police, looted stores and set cars ablaze.

Austria Ready To Deploy Troops At Brenner, Rome Summons Envoy

The Italian foreign ministry summoned the Austrian ambassador to Rome on Tuesday after Vienna said it was ready to deploy up to 750 troops at its border at the Brenner Pass “very soon” unless the flow of migrants from Italy diminishes. “I think that border controls will be activated very soon and an army deployment will be necessary,” Austrian Defence Minister Hans Peter Doskozil was quoted as saying by the Kronen Zeitung newspaper Tuesday. He added that the measure will be “indispensable if the flow of migrants from Italy does not diminish”. Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz then defended the plan. “Our preparations for controls at the border with Italy are not only just, but also necessary,” Kurz said. “We are preparing to defend our border at the Brenner if that is necessary”.

INSANITY: Meeting “Climate Goals” Would Destroy Our Standard Of Living

A new study by the University of British Columbia exposes the total dishonesty of the “climate goals” being pushed by the corrupt globalist elites.

The study shows that meeting the goals set by our so-called “leaders” would require destroying our standard of living, and would involve sacrifices that almost nobody would ever willingly make.

As reported by the National Post, the study was conducted by Seth Wynes – a PhD student at UBC, and Kimberly Nicholas, a Professor at Lund University in Sweden.