Geert Wilders: “What Kind of Madness is Occurring in Our Country?”
The following video shows the conclusion of Mr. Wilders’ remarks the following day. He castigated the cabinet in the strongest of terms for its facilitation of the Islamization of the Netherlands. And, as it happens, he was speaking on November 2, the thirteenth anniversary of the assassination of Theo van Gogh by an Islamic terrorist.
300,000+ Salvadorans, Haitians, & More Still In U.S. Under ‘Temp Protective Status’ From 1998 Hurricane
Over 300,000 Salvadorans, Hondurans, Nicaraguans and Haitians have been living in the US under a “temporary protective status” since Hurricane Mitch hit Central America in 1998, and despite protests from the White House, the Homeland Security Secretary is insisting nearly all be allowed to stay.
The Washington Post reported on this ridiculous story under the ominous headline, “White House chief of staff tried to pressure acting DHS secretary to expel thousands of Hondurans, officials say.”
Edmonton mayor urges Eskimos to move quickly on name change
If the Edmonton Eskimos don’t rename the team before next season, the 2018 Grey Cup could be “beset by a very charged” debate about the issue, warns Mayor Don Iveson.
“This conversation is not going to go away,” Iveson said in an interview with CBC Radio’s Edmonton AM on Thursday.
“With the Grey Cup coming here next fall, it’s going to be difficult to imagine that conversation not coming back in an even more significant way over the next year.
UK prosecutors admit destroying key emails in Julian Assange case
The Crown Prosecution Service is facing embarrassment after admitting it destroyed key emails relating to the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is holed up in Ecuador’s London embassy fighting extradition.
Email exchanges between the CPS and its Swedish counterparts over the high-profile case were deleted after the lawyer at the UK end retired in 2014.
The destruction of potentially sensitive and revealing information comes ahead of a tribunal hearing in London next week.
Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau sabotages Trans-Pacific Partnership, shocking leaders
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has sabotaged a pact to salvage a multibillion-dollar, 11-nation Pacific Rim trade deal at the last minute, surprising leaders of the other nations, including Australia’s Malcolm Turnbull.
Mr Trudeau failed to show up at a meeting late on Friday that was set to officially revive the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement that had been negotiated on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in the Vietnamese coastal city of Danang.