Why does Islam hate the Jews and what is Civilisation Jihad?

Have you ever wondered why Islam hates the Jews? This video gives you the answer straight from the horse’s mouth.

Have you heard of Civilisation Jihad? The truth will shock you because of what it means for you, Joe Public, otherwise known as Infidel or Kafir to those who follow Islam.

This is what is being taught in local Islamic schools in New Zealand.

This is what is being taught inside local Mosques in New Zealand.


The enemy of Islamic brutality is information. Spread it far and spread it wide. Spread it like Napalm. The Information Age will be the death of Islam.

Eric Allen Bell



An honest politician

Honesty in politicians is to be admired.

It is not often they are forthright about their prospects.

The SNP in Scotland appears to be on a roll as they seek to undo the referendum result which rejected Scottish independence. It is Labour most under threat in Scotland and at least one MP knows it.

[T]he sparks lit by the referendum campaign in Scotland continue to burn. There has been no return to politics as usual. Parliamentary hustings are attracting twice the audiences they managed five years ago and, across the country, there are far more such meetings than was the case in 2010.

The referendum tapped a yearning for a bigger, better, grander kind of politics and, once unleashed, that kind of sentiment cannot disappear overnight. Far from depressing Yes voters, defeat in the referendum has redoubled their enthusiasm for change. ¬†¬† Read more »

SBS has a no dickheads rule

This all happened when I was trapped on buses or flying, but it looks like SBS has a no dickheads rule after one of the journalists went feral on twitter against honouring ANZACs.

They’ve sacked him.

Respect for Australian audiences is paramount at SBS.

Late on Anzac Day, sports presenter Scott McIntyre made highly inappropriate and disrespectful comments via his twitter account which have caused his on-air position at SBS to become untenable.

Mr McIntyre‚Äôs actions have breached the SBS Code of Conduct and social media policy and as a result, SBS has taken decisive action to terminate Mr McIntyre‚Äôs position at SBS, with immediate effect. ¬†¬† Read more »

Dubai knows how to deal with road maggots

Dubai understands the problem of cyclists and they have introduced some new road rules and fines to deal with any fools who think it is a good idea to cycle around in 35 degree heat.

CYCLISTS will be fined Dhs500 for riding on any road with a speed limit of more than 60kph as part of new regulations. HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, has issued Executive Council Resolution No 10 of 2015, regulating the use of bicycles in Dubai, the UAE news agency WAM reported yesterday.

The new rule aims to regulate the use of dedicated bicycle tracks and paths and encourage the use of bikes. But it has outlined a set of violations cyclists should not flaunt ‚Äď including the failure to ride on dedicated cycling lanes. The Road and Transport Authority (RTA) is currently working on developing Dubai as a more ‚Äėcyclist friendly city‚Äô by providing 850km of track spread across the emirate. ¬†¬† Read more »


Miliband becomes an apologist for Islam

Ed Miliband is mad as a cut snake.

He is now advocating for laws that could make a crime of his own comments on Islam.

A future Labour Government is committed to outlaw the scourge of Islamophobia by changing the law and making it an aggravated crime, according to the Party’s Leader Ed Miliband.

‚ÄúWe are going to make it an aggravated crime. We are going to make sure it is marked on people‚Äôs records with the police to make sure they root out Islamophobia as a hate crime,‚ÄĚ Miliband told the Editor of The Muslim News, Ahmed J Versi in a wide ranging exclusive interview.

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The next outrage to level against John Key

Key Derangement Syndrome is reaching previously unseen levels.

The latest outrage is him seeking free trade agreements and increased trade with Saudi Arabia…who execute people.

Of course the Labour party and their hard left supporters said nothing when the Labour party under Helen Clark pursued and ultimately succeeded in garnering a free trade agreement with China, who execute thousands every year and have a human rights record that is one of the worst in the world.

This is the justification of the left in not doing anything against ISIS…because Saudi Arabia executed people with beheadings too…

John Key will arrive in Saudi Arabia today with the hope of getting high-level commitment from the new King to a free trade agreement with the Gulf states, which has been all but finalised since 2009.

Mr Key has been in the United Arab Emirates for the past two days and today’s stop will be the first visit by a New Zealand Prime Minister to Saudi Arabia.

Mr Key is scheduled to meet King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, who has been king since January after the death of his half-brother, King Abdullah.

Mr Key’s wife, Bronagh, will be wearing an abaya in Saudi Arabia, a robe-like dress covering all but the hands and head. A business delegation and Trade Negotiations Minister Tim Groser are also travelling with the Prime Minister.

Mr Key has been urged to take up the issue of human rights abuses with the Saudi leadership, particularly executions, of which there have been 50 this year, mainly by beheading according to Amnesty International.

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I have of course been somewhat disconnected from the world.   But the scale of the situation in Nepal is starting to become clearer.

The official death toll in Nepal from a massive weekend earthquake has risen to 3,218, a disaster management chief says.

“The death toll has reached 3,218 and over 6,500 are injured,” said Rameshwor Dangal, who heads the home ministry’s national disaster management division.

The toll for Nepal after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake had previously stood at 2,430.


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Chernobyl tourism. No, I’m not kidding

Dark tourism is on the rise, with perhaps the best example of such a phenomenon being the ever-increasing interest in Chernobyl as a holiday destination.

April 26, 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the explosion, which was one of the worst nuclear accidents that the world has ever seen.

In recent years, visits to the nuclear explosion site have increased exponentially, with Kiev-based tour company, SoloEast, estimating that it takes approximately 10,000 tourists there each year.

Wow. ¬†30 years already. ¬† Read more »

Schoolchildren pick “Chinese” as the language to learn

Really? ¬† They don’t choose to learn Swiss or Brazilian?

early half of Kiwis who want schoolchildren to learn a foreign language pick Chinese as the language to learn, according to a survey.

Eight in 10 New Zealanders told researchers for an Asia New Zealand Foundation study that schoolchildren should learn languages other than English. Nearly half of those, or 49 per cent, said students should learn Mandarin.

However, the report found a “considerable gap” between the respondents’ preferences and the numbers of language learners in secondary schools.

Just 4218 secondary school students were enrolled to learn Chinese last year, a distant fourth in foreign languages behind French (20,478), Japanese (11,888) and Spanish (11,573).

The survey found some New Zealanders were opposed to schools teaching Chinese, which researchers said stemmed from their belief that Chinese migrants should learn English rather than New Zealanders learn their language. Read more »


No. No. No. And never.

[A]¬†White House review of America’s hostage policy is making the recommendation that the U.S. government look the other way if families want to make a ransom payment to terror groups to free their loved ones — thereby changing the long-standing rule that the federal government does not allow anyone to negotiate with terrorists.

But those White House officials say that the change has been requested in the wake of murdered hostage James Foley at the hands of ISIS. Foley’s family say they were threatened with prosecution by an unnamed White House official when they suggested paying a ransom to free their son. An allegation other families have made as well.

The most recent hostage fatality was Warren Weinstein who was accidentally killed in a U.S. drone strike against al Qaeda. His family did attempt a $250,000 ransom, but was unsuccessful in buying Weinstein’s release.

One senior White House official commented on these recommendations: “There will be absolutely zero chance of any family member of an American held hostage overseas ever facing jail themselves, or even the threat of prosecution, for trying to free their loved ones.”

This is one of these situations where you can have two positions at the same time.  On the one hand, paying ransoms will simply increase the amount of kidnappings and hostage takings.  It will turn into a business, and international travellers will be hit hard.

Never. ¬†Ever. ¬† Do not pay ransom. ¬†¬† Read more »