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Hezbollah Unveils Advanced Missiles, Drones at ‘Museum for Jihadi Tourism’

The Iranian-backed terror organization Hezbollah recently unveiled sophisticated missiles and drones that it has used to conduct terror operations against Israel. The military hardware is now on display at the terror group’s Museum for Jihadi Tourism located in Southern Lebanon, near the border with Israel.

The new exhibits highlight the sophisticated weaponry Hezbollah has been using to conduct cross-border terror strikes in Israel. The weapons are likely funded and provided by the Islamic Republic, which uses Hezbollah to conduct militant operations across the region, particularly in Lebanon and Syria.


Swedes who apprehend and turn thief over to police charged with kidnapping

Niklas Krämer spotted a thief on a surveillance camera. He and a colleague then managed to catch him. But now the two colleagues are charged with unlawful detention, Swedish newspaper Expressen reports.

25-year-old Niklas and his colleagues were robbed of diesel several times a week. Last year they managed to seize and hold down one of the thieves while waiting for the police.


Ontario students to walk out of class to protest sex-ed curriculum changes

Students at more than a hundred schools across Ontario pledged to walk out of class on Friday to show the provincial government they disagree with its decision to repeal a modernized version of the sex-ed curriculum.

The walkouts — called “We the students do not consent” — are set to take place in schools from Niagara Falls to Ottawa. The protests also aim to voice opposition to the cancellation of curriculum writing sessions designed to fulfil findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


Ivy League Study: Illegal Population is 22 Million, Double Estb. Estimate

The shocking estimate will force establishment politicians and pro-migration advocates to recalculate the estimated impact of the huge illegal population on wages and salaries, on crime rates, welfare consumption, rental and real-estate prices, productivity rates, and the distribution of job-creating investment in coastal vs. heartland states.

I’d bet Canada’s is too.


Wynne’s Liberals “cooked the books”, left deficit almost 2.2 times larger than reported

Vic Fedeli while speaking to the Economic Club in Toronto, pointed out that the previous Wynne government created their own system of accounting which differed from the auditor general, and reported the deficit as less than half of what it was in reality.

His speech included details on the findings of an independent commission that probed the former Liberal government’s spending, which found the deficit was likely over $15 billion, many times higher than the $6.5 billion projected by the Wynne government.

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