A social media post by Norway’s justice minister accusing the opposition Labour party of putting terrorists’ rights above national security has triggered a no-confidence vote that could bring down the country’s minority government.
Five centre-left parties have said they aim to oust Sylvi Listhaug, of the populist, anti-immigration Progress party in the parliamentary vote on Tuesday, following widespread outrage at the Facebook post, which she has since deleted.
“Labour thinks the rights of terrorists are more important than the nation’s security. Like and share,” the minister wrote on 9 March beneath a photo of masked Islamist fighters dressed in combat fatigues, black scarves and ammunition belts.
You’d think she was for terrorism but you’d be wrong.
A Washington, D.C. Democratic lawmaker is apologizing after posting a video in which he blamed late-winter snow on Jewish bankers.
“Man, it just started snowing out of nowhere this morning, man. Y’all better pay attention to this climate control, man, this climate manipulation,” Trayon White Sr., who sits on the city council, said in the video. “And D.C. keep talking about, ‘We a resilient city.’ And that’s a model based off the Rothschilds controlling the climate to create natural disasters they can pay for to own the cities, man. Be careful.”
OTTAWA — The Canadian military’s upcoming foray into Mali is expected to include a marked female presence as the Trudeau government looks to have Canada lead by example in the push to have more women on peacekeeping missions.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on Monday will unveil details of Canada’s mission to Mali, which will be centred around the deployment of up to six military helicopters.
A university lecturer has cancelled a class due to be held in a church for fear it would offend his LGBTQI students.
University of Technology Sydney communications lecturer Dr Timothy Laurie emailed his students two days before lectures were due to begin saying class was cancelled due to ‘the suitability of a church as a venue’.
First transgender activists made a splash when men identifying as female invaded the women-only pond on Hampstead Heath.
Now feminists have hit back by attending a men-only swimming session in protest over proposals that would make it easier for people to change gender.
Amy Desir, 30 – one of two women to gain access to the South London pool last Friday – caused particular consternation by wearing just trunks and a pink swimming cap.
Another woman, who would only give her name as Hannah because she is afraid of reprisals from trans activists, told staff at Dulwich Leisure Centre that they had every right to join the session because they ‘identified as male’.
The country is falling to Islam but the French get upset over a sandwich.
French fury as celebrity chef adds forbidden ham and mozzarella to pan bagnat
A celebrity chef has provoked outrage in Nice by adding honey chicken, ham and mozzarella cheese to a cherished local speciality, the “pan bagnat”, a bread roll traditionally filled with tuna, olives and egg.
Thierry Marx, a Michelin-starred exponent of molecular gastronomy, was accused of desecrating the Riviera city’s proud culinary tradition by offering patrons of his restaurant at Nice airport a choice of ham and mozzarella or honey chicken fillings, in addition to the traditional ‘pan bagnat niçois’.
South African finance minister, Nhlanhla Nene – Watch out Morneau, you can be sure Justin has an eye on this guy.
‘We will print more money and give it to the unemployed to end poverty in South Africa’, Says new minister of Finance
“South Africans continuing to be poor when we can print more money to ensure that everybody has it. Our people are poor because there is a shortage of money in the country. It’s not the shortage of jobs that makes people poor, it is the shortage of money. We have paper and ink, so we will print more money and give it to the poor, and make all of them billionaires if that is possible.” Nene said.