Continental Breakfast

ISIS terrorist attempted to join ISIS in Syria, RCMP was aware and closed her file

During the court hearings, it was revealed that she had attempted to leave Canada in 2016 to join ISIS in Syria before her attack at home.

She had flown from Toronto to Istanbul and was then stopped by authorities on a tip from the RCMP. Turkish authorities immediately sent her back to Canada.

Despite obviously being a supporter of ISIS, it was reported that “no charges were laid and the RCMP closed their file.”

Gender Activists Want To Ban Beloved 1982 British Children’s Book Dear Zoo For Being ‘Sexist’ Because All The Animals Are Male

Gender activists are campaigning to ban children’s lift-the-flap book Dear Zoo – because all the animals are male.

Rod Campbell’s 1982 book tells the story of a young boy who writes to a zoo to ask them to send him a pet.

He then receives a series of animals including a snake, a monkey and a ‘too tall’ giraffe before being given a ‘perfect’ puppy.

Humans To Download Their Souls Onto Microchips So They Can ‘Live Forever’

Richard Skellett, a founder of Digital Anthropologist and an expert for Future of Work, has warned of a future in which British workers have chips inserted underneath their skin.

The process has already been trialled with company BioTeq fitting 150 implants in the UK.

And Sweden-based firm Biohax told the Sunday Telegraph that it is in discussions with several British companies about microchipping.

Just imagine: no liberals!

Southern Poverty Law Center Gets Sued over Lies about Immigration Enforcement Advocates

TUCKER CARLSON: You’ve heard of the SPLC. It’s a phony anti-hate group that exists to crush people they don’t like, to tar Conservatives organizations as fellow travelers with the KKK or whatever.

Mark Krikorian is Executive Director at the Center for Immigration Studies. His group just sued the SPLC for designating them as a hate group. Finally, someone is fighting back against this. What is the basis of this lawsuit, Mark?

MARK KRIKORIAN: Our attorneys decided the way to go was to file a RICO lawsuit, under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, which is used in the criminal part by, you know, against the Mafia or whatever, by the government.

After Mueller kills BuzzFeed ‘bombshell,’ media has one major worry — and it’s not reporting the truth

In the wake of special counsel Robert Mueller taking the unprecedented step to publicly dispute reported allegations related to the Trump-Russia investigation, some in the media made it clear they are worried about potential blowback related to Mueller’s announcement.

But the worries weren’t related to media accuracy. Instead, many voiced distress that Mueller confirmed President Donald Trump’s “fake news” moniker.