Atheism is the new hate speech


Activist Maryam Namazie was due to make a presentation to Warwick University’s Student Union on October 28, having been by the Warwick Atheists, Secularists and Humanists (WASH) group

Don’t believe in God? Then you are offensive to Muslims. Atheists have unwittingly joined the rather large club of groups of people that are offensive to Muslims. It seems that simply not believing in a higher being is offensive and in the case of Maryam Namazie ‘ highly inflammatory ‘.

The outrageously offensive topics she was intending to discuss in the mistaken belief that there is this thing called Freedom of Speech inside Universities were apostasy, blasphemy and nudity in the age of ISIS.

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Iranian Soccer player Niloofar Ardalan Photo-facebook

Iranian Soccer player Niloofar Ardalan

Despite being a woman and despite following the ideology of Islam, champion Iranian soccer player Niloofar Ardalan has experienced a lot of success. She manages to cover her hair and to dress according to the rules of her religion and still manages to beat women not burdened by all the extra clothing. Her success some might say is a success for all Muslim women as it shows that she can still follow her dreams while adhering to the restrictions of Islam. Well they might have said that if they hadn’t read this…

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Hey Murray and John, how do you feel about that Iran deal now?


Murray McCully rushed off to the UN to take the gavel to share the limelight at the security council as they passed (unanimously) a resolution to allow Iran to continue their nuclear programme, and to lift trade sanctions.

Since then there has been a stream of anti-semitic and anti-west posturing from Iran and the latest is to say that Israel will be destroyed within 25 years and the US is the Great Satan and there will be no more negotiations with them.

Iran’s supreme leader today warned Israel that it would be destroyed within 25 years in a chilling outburst that will spark fresh tensions in the Middle East.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also said Tehran will not expand talks with the United States – which he branded the ‘Great Satan’ – beyond the negotiations over its controversial atomic program.

Khamenei, who makes the final decision on major policies, said: ‘Some Zionists have said that regarding the result of the nuclear deal they (Israelis) have been relieved of concerns about Iran for 25 years.   Read more »

Hey Murray, still feeling confident about the Iran deal?


Murray McCully couldn’t wait to head off to the big chair at the UN, so he could claim ‘peace in our time’ with the Iran deal.

I wonder how he is feeling about all that now, especially as it has been revealed the Iranian’s can do their own inspections, and their supreme leader wants to wipe Israel off the map still.

To add to that their head of the military has vowed to take “every opportunity to set fire to all their economic and political interests if they do a wrong deed” and to ‘Annihilate’ U.S. and Israeli Forces.

As more Democrats announce their support for President Obama’s unpopular Iran deal, Iranian leaders are pledging to “annihilate” the U.S. and Israeli forces should they threaten the radical regime.

Responding to U.S. officials’ claims that “all military options are still on the table” in dealing with Iran, Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the highest ranking Iranian commander of the Revolutionary Guard Corps, made clear in remarks to the volunteer forces in Tehran Thursday that the regime is ready to “annihilate” U.S. and Israel forces.   Read more »

Just find them, lock them up, then export them

We have some ISIS loving scumbags in NZ…

The Security Intelligence Service (SIS) is monitoring would-be Kiwi “jihadists” who openly talk about emulating barbaric Islamic State acts on New Zealand soil.

The chilling revelation by SIS boss Rebecca Kitteridge came in an interview before Thursday’s release of the IS hitlist urging its worldwide network of supporters to kill those named on the list.

The list included the name of an Auckland man.

Kitteridge was seen leaving Parliament’s multi-storey Bowen House on Thursday morning within hours of the hit-list being published.

Her office has not yet responded to requests for comment but Bowen House is where the minister in charge of the SIS, Chris Finlayson, is based.

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How does McCully feel about that Iran deal now?


While Murray McCully is still basking in the glow of sitting in the chair of the Security Council when the Iran deal was passed he should stop to think about the facts of the regime he just empowered.

We already know that just 24 hours after the vote Iran was talking about the destruction of Israel and the US, and now the New York Post‘s Amir Taheri has been able to obtain a copy of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s new book Palestine from Iran, where it has just been released.

Khamenei makes his position clear from the start: Israel has no right to exist as a state.

He uses three words. One is “nabudi,” which means “annihilation.” The other is “imha,” which means “fading out,” and, finally, there is “zaval,” meaning “effacement.”

Khamenei claims that his strategy for the destruction of Israel is not based on anti-Semitism, which he describes as a European phenomenon. His position is instead based on “well-established Islamic principles.”

One such principle is that a land that falls under Muslim rule, even briefly, can never again be ceded to non-Muslims. What matters in Islam is ownership of a land’s government, even if the majority of inhabitants are non-Muslims.

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Does John Kerry actually know shit from clay?


It appears Murray McCully is John Kerry’s bitch…or maybe not.

Oh how nice, thanked for the Iran deal…at least we will know who to blame when it all turns to custard, which it will.   Read more »

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Murray McCully

New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully.

Today’s face of the day, New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully has played a part in a historic deal. A deal that will be remembered by the history books as a deal with the devil and one where the UN Security Council threw Israel to the wolves and helped finance Iran’s commitments to pursue Islamic terrorism throughout the world.

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This is how stupid McCully was in doing a deal with Iran

How stupid was Murray McCully in facilitating, owning – and worse – crowing about his involvement in doing a deal that will see Iran re-armed and fuelling hate in the Middle East?

This stupid.

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Rushdie on Islam: ‘We have learned the wrong lessons’

Salman Rushdie, one of the first victims of Islamic attempts to destroy freedom of speech speaks about the wrong lessons we have learned in combating Islam.

Salman Rushdie believes that if The Satanic Verses had been published today, the members of the literary elite who rounded on Charlie Hebdo in the wake of the French satirical magazine winning a PEN prize for courage would not have defended him.

In an interview with the French magazine L’Express, the novelist said that “it seems we have learned the wrong lessons” from the experience of The Satanic Verses, which saw a fatwa issued against him by Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini in 1989, sending him into hiding. “Instead of realising that we need to oppose these attacks on freedom of expression, we thought that we need to placate them with compromise and renunciation,” he said.

Speaking about the decision by PEN’s American branch to award Charlie Hebdo with a freedom of expression courage award in May, which led to more than 200 writers putting their names to a letter protesting the decision for valorising “material that intensifies the anti-Islamic, anti-Maghreb, anti-Arab sentiments already prevalent in the western world”, Rushdie said the conflict had left “deep divisions” in the literary world. He would never have imagined that writers such as Michael Ondaatje, Peter Carey and Junot Díaz “would have taken this attitude”, and he had written to one of the key dissenters, Teju Cole, about the situation, he revealed.    Read more »