Face of the day


Today’s Face of the day is a son of Hamas. He describes Allah as a Gangster.

Another ISIS mass killing of Christians


ISIS has released another video showing the mass killing of Christians.

VICE News reports:

A new video released Sunday by the Islamic State (IS) appears to show the gruesome killing of at least a dozen Ethiopian men through decapitation and shooting.

The video is described as showing two separate groups of hostages being killed by separate IS offshoots in Libya. The two groups are named as Wilayat Barqa, which claims to hold territory on the Mediterranean coast, and Wilayat Fazzan, which controls part of the country’s south.

The footage, which bears the hallmarks of previous IS propaganda films, including the logo of the group’s Al-Furqan media arm, is more than 29 minutes long. It begins with a description of Christian churches and calls the Holy Trinity — the father, the son, and the Holy Spirit — a form of polytheism whose worshippers deserve punishment.

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The Psychology behind the smile


I visited Rotorua the other day with the kids and amongst the tourists was a family group of Muslims. The men were in Western clothing and so were the young boys. The four women were head to toe in full black Burkas, though a couple had some coloured material on the lower part of the Burka to dress it up.

My natural reaction was one of discomfort and I tried to analyse why I felt that way. I realised that I felt simultaneously, threatened, angry and sad. I wondered if the men had the women on a leash would I feel any differently?

As we went up the Gondola I put my hands in front of my face to try to get a feel for the limited view the women would be getting through that post box like slit that they have to use to view the world around them. I realised that they would miss out on the view to the sides and could only see directly in front of them.

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Face of the day


The Queen of Denmark Margrethe II like England’s Prince Charles is prepared to say what everyone has been thinking but are too afraid to say for fear of being called racist. She says that immigrants must adapt to Danish conditions.

Royals usually stay out of politics so the fact that both she and Charles have become political about the issue of Immigration says a lot about how bad the situation is in both Denmark and the United Kingdom.

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Pope upsets Turks over comments about genocide

Pope Francis has upset the Turks over comments he made of the genocide of Armenians as the hands of Ottoman soldiers.

Pope Francis has sparked a diplomatic row by calling the massacre of up to 1.5 million Armenians 100 years ago “the first genocide of the 20th century,” prompting Turkey to accuse him of inciting hatred.

Muslim Turkey accepts that many Christian Armenians died in clashes with Ottoman soldiers beginning in 1915, when Armenia was part of the empire ruled from Istanbul, but denies hundreds of thousands were killed and that this amounted to genocide.

At an Armenian rite Mass in St Peter’s Basilica to mark the 100th anniversary of the mass killings, Francis became the first head of the Roman Catholic Church to publicly pronounce the word “genocide” to describe them.

Some European and South American countries use the term to describe the killings, but the United States and some others, keen to maintain good relations with an important ally, avoid doing so.

Turkey was swift to protest. “The pope’s statements, which are far from historical and judicial facts, cannot be accepted,” Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on his Twitter account.

“Religious offices are not places to incite hatred and revenge with baseless accusations,” he said.

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I am intolerant

In today’s politically correct world the supreme virtue is considered to be tolerance. Liberals and left wingers feel virtuous when they are tolerant of Islam.

They are tolerant of Muslim women being beaten by their husbands because the Koran says that it is okay.

They are tolerant of the agony and mutilation of Muslim Women around the world who are forced to endure female genital mutilation.

FGM is concentrated in 29 countries with wide variations in prevalence.[1] FGM is also seen in the Middle East and some Muslim populations of Southeast and South Asia.

FGM is concentrated in 29 countries with wide variations in prevalence.[1] FGM is also seen in the Middle East and some Muslim populations of Southeast and South Asia.

They are tolerant of the rapes of very young Muslim girls who  are  ‘ married ‘ to old men.

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Face of the day


Courtney Hoffman (Facebook)

Todays face of the day Courtney Hoffman reacted in an unexpected way when a business that was happy to serve Gay people in its restaurant refused to cater a Gay wedding. By reacting the way she did she made a much more powerful statement about Gay love than any of the haters who threatened and harassed the business owners.

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You may have been too harsh about the Muslim faith

halal4-vMuslims are slowly considering leaving the Stone Age behind

The Turkish Directorate of Religious Affairs has issued a fatwa (Muslim religious ruling) stating that it’s now acceptable to use toilet paper for personal hygiene, but only if water is nowhere to be found.

“If water cannot be found for cleansing, other cleaning materials can be used. Even though some sources deem paper to be unsuitable as a cleaning material, as it is an apparatus for writing, there is no problem in using toilet paper,” the ruling says, as reported by Hurriyet Daily News.

The previous prohibition on the use of toilet paper was established by Qadaahul Haajah, an extremely prohibitive set of rules detailing how and when Muslim should relieve themselves.

How do you like to follow a religion that provides extensive and detailed instructions on how to poop?   Read more »


Turkish students demand Buddhist and Jedi temples to counter the building of mosques on campus

The Turkish government is getting serious push back from students who are upset that 80 mosques are being built on university campuses nationwide.

Their response is to demand Jedi and Buddhist temples as well.

Thousands of students across Turkey have demanded that their universities build Jedi and Buddhist temples on campus, in response to a surge in mosques being built for Muslim students.

The demands were sparked last month, when the rector of Istanbul Technical University (İTÜ), announced that “a landmark mosque”, would be built on campus due to “huge demand”, making it the first mosque to be built on the university site.

In response, more than 25,000 people signed an online petition demanding that a Buddhist temples be built as well, in order to cater for the university’s Buddhists.

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“I can’t fulfill my religious needs because the closest Buddhist temple is 2,000 kilometres away, and I can’t go there during lunch break,” a petitioner named Utku Gürçağ Borataç said on the website.   Read more »

Whaleoil gains its first foreign Correspondent

Last week I published an account of the Sydney, Reclaim Australia Rally as written by an ordinary Australian who attended it.

She had shared her experience on Facebook and I reproduced it here and added some of the photos she had also shared in order to illustrate the story.

Since then Deb and I have been in Facebook contact and she has indicated her willingness to share with us here at Whaleoil what is going on in Australia from her perspective. On Facebook chat last night she sent me the following post that she wrote after attending the Lakemba rally January 23rd this year.

When I did an image search using only the word Lakemba this is what came up. Remember that Lakemba is a suburb of Sydney, Australia.

Screen shot of the images shown by Google when I did a search for the Australian suburb of Sydney AUSTRALIA.

Screen shot of the images shown by Google when I did a search for the Australian suburb of Sydney AUSTRALIA.

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