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Face of the day

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German feminists say they prefer migrant “rapists” to “racists”.

Today’s face of the day is a German feminist. I have no words…

UPDATE: Turns out the correct translation is, ” Will trade Racists for Refugees.”

The radical left in Germany has adopted a policy of “diversity at all costs.”  This has proven hard to justify when you have male refugees running around raping and molesting young women.

One German feminist, however, had no problem with that fact.

A Facebook page for the radical left in Germany had a message for young women: “diversity is more important than your security.”

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Being Stoned is not as much fun as you would think

No this is not an article about the legalise marijuana debate. It is about an earnest, well meaning journalist who wanted to prove to her fellow Swedes that the Muslims who live in a Swedish no-go-zone are not bad people. What do you think she discovered? Did the people living in the zone welcome her with open arms and grab onto the opportunity to show their community in a positive light? Nope, they stoned her.

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The journalist Valentina Xhaferi went to the Stockholm suburb of Tensta to record a television program about stone throwing. PHOTO-Speisa.com

A Swedish journalist attempting to make a movie about the residents of a Swedish no go zone and their habit of throwing stones at police has herself been attacked and had stones thrown at her as she attempted to film.

“They thought we crossed the limit and that we were standing on their land,” journalist Valentina Xhaferi told Swedish newspaper Expressen.

Ms Xhaferi planned on investigating police reports that any officer trying to patrol the Stockholm district of Tensta – with its foreign born population now over 70 per cent – would be pelted with rocks. She wanted to get behind the black headlines and find out what was really troubling the poor residents. Read more »

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The Christchurch ‘ sex ‘ romp, what if it had happened in an Islamic Country?

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The Media have been making quite a meal of this encounter between two consenting adults. In a democracy like New Zealand these two have been subjected to humiliation and moral condemnation. It may even affect their employment as the encounter occurred in an office. Len Brown still has his job however so maybe they will be alright. Their main mistake was leaving the lights on. Moral condemnation aside ( the man is married ) they are fortunate to have not been caught doing this in a country under the law of the religion of peace.

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Death, more death, some whipping, some amputations with a sword and more death, the ISIS way

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The organisation that has nothing to do with Islam, despite it coincidentally being in its name, has issued a set of rules and punishments for ‘crimes’.

Because Islam is a religion of peace and because ISIS has nothing to do with Islam there are quite a lot of punishments for ‘crimes’ that include death.

Islamic State has published a list of punishments ranging from 80 lashes for drinking alcohol and losing a hand for theft, to death for committing blasphemy.

The Sharia code of conduct will be enforced in areas under its control which now covers large swathes of Iraq and Syria.

Those who commit adultery will be stoned to death if the adulterer was married and lashed 100 times and exiled if he or she was unmarried.

Those engaged in sodomy (homosexuality) will be sentenced to death, along with those who ‘spy for the unbelievers’.

Those who steal ‘as part of banditry’ will have their right hand and left leg cut off, and the punishment for terrorising people is exile.

Islamic State has published a list of punishments ranging from 80 lashes for drinking alcohol and losing a hand for theft, to death for committing blasphemy.

The Sharia code of conduct will be enforced in areas under its control which now covers large swathes of Iraq and Syria.

Those who commit adultery will be stoned to death if the adulterer was married and lashed 100 times and exiled if he or she was unmarried.

Those engaged in sodomy (homosexuality) will be sentenced to death, along with those who ‘spy for the unbelievers’.

Those who steal ‘as part of banditry’ will have their right hand and left leg cut off, and the punishment for terrorising people is exile.

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

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ISIS executes two gay men by throwing them off a tall building [GRAPHIC IMAGES]

The barbaric nature of ISIS and their application of sharia law has reached new depravity.

They have released images and videos of their latest executions including two gay men thrown off a tall building to their deaths, the stoning of a woman and the crucifixion and execution of two others.

VICE News reports on the latest criminal outrage.

The Islamic State has released photos that allegedly show militants executing gay men by throwing them from the top of a tall building in Mosul, Iraq.

Other photos show two men allegedly accused of theft being crucified in a public square. The montage also includes photos of militants stoning a woman to death.

The grisly images all appear to come from an Islamic State video that is not included on the web page on which the photos were posted. The photo site states that it was created January 15 by an organization that calls itself “The Ninevah Province Media Center” and bears the logo and flag of the Islamic State.

The first still image shows a crowd gathered on a square on a cloudy day. The shot is taken from the top of a brown building that appears to be seven or eight stories high. The caption at the bottom of the screen says, “The Muslims come to watch the application of the law.”

The next photo shows a man about to be thrown off the building by what appears to be two Islamic State officials.

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

To read Cam’s previous articles click on his name in blue.

Let’s lift up the Burka and have a peek at Sharia law: Part One

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Example one: Pregnant young woman flogged in public

Example two: Gay men forced into hiding as law passed stating that anyone caught having gay sex  will be sentenced to 100 lashes.

Location: Indonesia

Example three: UPDATE removed as turned out to be fake.

Example four: Colorado School Requiring Girls To Wear Islam-Compliant Clothing During Trip To Mosque

Location: America

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Apparently it is our fault we don’t get Islam, so we need to force schools to brainwash kids

Didn’t take long did it…apparently it is our fault we don’t understand Islam and so there are now calls for our kids to undergo indoctrination so we can better understand.

Questions are being raised over why it’s not mandatory for state schools to teach religious diversity.

The Secular Education Network says while schools are supposed to be sensitive to different religions, in the end what they teach is up to each school’s board.

Spokesman David Hines says Muslim leaders making submissions on the Terrorist Fighters Bill are worried about the negative view New Zealanders are getting of Islam.   Read more »

As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

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Is it ok to be a ‘Moderate’ pedophile?

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One of the main arguments people use when faced with the horrifying and barbaric acts committed by followers of Islam ( such as setting an Eleven year old girl on fire after raping her for wearing lipstick ) is to say that yes that is terrible but that was a fundamentalist Muslim or that was a militant Muslim who did that. Most Muslims are Moderate and are not like that.

Let’s see how this this common defence stacks up when we use the word pedophile in conjunction with the word moderate.Does it sound like a reasonable argument?

Moderate pedophiles say that the actions of fundamentalist and militant pedophiles here and overseas do not represent their beliefs. They point to the differences between them. The fundamentalist pedophiles go too far in their relationships with young children says the head of the Auckland Pedophile Organisation. We love children and honour them. We do not force them into a marriage nor do we rape them or kidnap them like the militant pedophiles. Our children willingly enter into loving relationships with our members as they have been brought up to understand that pedophilia is normal in our culture and is what is expected of them.We treat them well and when we discipline them for not following our rules we do not use the methods that the fundamentalist and militant pedophiles use. Stoning and setting children on fire is not what pedophilia is all about. It is about a loving sexual relationship with a child.We want New Zealanders to be tolerant of our differences.We want our culture to be respected. We want our own schools so that our children will not be exposed to the different belief system of the western world.We want Pedo law imposed in the areas of Auckland that are now mainly populated by our members. We should not be subjected to Western laws that do not recognise our different belief system.

We caution the New Zealand Government to think twice before joining other countries in their attacks on fundamentalist pedophiles overseas as we cannot guarantee that this will not result in violence occurring in New Zealand by Moderate pedophiles here who feel that any attack on fundamentalist pedophiles is an attack also on their Moderate beliefs.

**NOTE: the above is an example of Satire. There is no official Auckland Pedophile Organisation.

Islam as an ideology is fundamentally wrong. Women do not have equal rights. They are controlled and are considered chattels. Pedophilia is not condemned by Islam as the founder of their religion was a pedophile. It is an ideology that has at its very centre a belief that Islam must dominate the world and convert all to their belief system. It is a belief system that sees Muslims as being superior to the infidels which are you and I.

The word moderate is a smoke screen. You cannot be a moderate vegetarian you either only eat vegetables or you don’t ( in which case you are not a vegetarian. )You cannot be a moderate hetrosexual, you either are attracted to the opposite sex or you aren’t. How you dress it up is irrelevant as your core belief is what you are. At the very core of Islam is the belief that women are to be controlled, that women are chattels,that infidels are inferior,that marriage to a Pre-pubescent child is ok and that the world must be converted to and dominated by Islam.

We may find a head scarf more palatable to our sensibilities than a Burqa but the belief system behind the rational for forcing a woman to wear it is exactly the same. It is not about modesty it is about control.There is nothing moderate about that.

 

 

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A Father’s love

I have no words to describe how the below article makes me feel.

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A Father’s love for his daughter

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A glimmer of hope

As I read the below article I did not expect to be surprised, just sickened.Yet again I readied myself to read of the horrific acts of Islamic fundamentalists. What I read made me sick to my stomach but I did glimpse a tiny ray of hope.
Twice in the article it mentioned the local population refusing to do what the Islamic fundamentalists demanded.It was a passive protest but it was a protest nevertheless. A protest in the face of armed men. It made me think of this verse in the bible

They were saying this, testing Him, so that they might have grounds for accusing Him. But Jesus stooped down and with His finger wrote on the ground. 7But when they persisted in asking Him, He straightened up, and said to them, “He who is without sin among you, let him be the first to throw a stone at her.”

 

 A cleric read the verdict before the truck came and dumped a large pile of stones near the municipal garden. Jihadi fighters then brought in the woman, clad head to toe in black, and put her in a small hole in the ground. When residents gathered, the fighters told them to carry out the sentence: Stoning to death for the alleged adulteress.

None in the crowd stepped forward, said a witness to the event in a northern Syrian city. So the jihadi fighters, mostly foreign extremists, did it themselves, pelting Faddah Ahmad with stones until her body was dragged away.

“Even when she was hit with stones she did not scream or move,” said an opposition activist who said he witnessed the stoning near the football stadium and the Bajaa garden in the city of Raqqa, the main Syrian stronghold of the Islamic State group.

The July 18 stoning was the second in a span of 24 hours. A day earlier, 26-year-old Shamseh Abdullah was killed in a similar way in the nearby town of Tabqa by Islamic State fighters. Both were accused of having sex outside marriage.

The killings were the first of their kind in rebel-held northern Syria, where jihadis from the Islamic State group have seized large swaths of territory, terrorizing residents with their strict interpretation of Islamic law, including beheadings and cutting off the hands of thieves.

The jihadis recently tied a 14-year-old boy to a cross-like structure and left him for several hours in the scorching summer sun before bringing him down — punishment for not fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

The group has also brutalized Shiite Muslims and others whom it views as apostates. In neighboring Iraq, Islamic State militants have driven members of the Yazidi religious minority out of a string of towns and villages. Thousands of the fleeing Yazidis have been stranded on a mountaintop for days, a humanitarian crisis that prompted the U.S. to airlift aid to them this week.

On Friday, Kamil Amin, the spokesman for Iraq’s Human Rights Ministry, said hundreds of Yazidi women under the age of 35 are being held by the Islamic State group in schools in Iraq’s second largest city Mosul, which the militants captured in June.

The stonings in Syria last month were not widely publicized at the time, but in the following days three photographs appeared online which appeared to document the grisly spectacle and were consistent with other AP reporting.

The pictures posted on a newly-created Twitter account showed dozens of people gathered in a square, a cleric reading a verdict through a loudspeaker and several bearded men with automatic rifles either carrying or collecting stones.

“A married woman being stoned in the presence of some believers,” read the caption of the photographs on the Twitter account, which has since been suspended.

Abu Ibrahim Raqqawi, the activist who witnessed Ahmad’s stoning, said locals where angry to see foreign fighters impose their will on the community.

“People were shocked and couldn’t understand what was going on. Many were disturbed by the idea that Saudis and Tunisians were issuing (such) orders,” he said in an interview via Skype. Ahmad, he said, appeared unconscious, and he had overheard that she was earlier taken to a hospital where she was given anesthesia.

The stoning took place after dark, he said, at about 11 p.m. He could not see blood on the body because of the black clothes she was wearing. Ahmad did not scream or shake, and died silently. “They then took the dead body in one of their cars and left,” he said.

The two cases were first reported by the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which collects information through a network of activists around the country. Bassam Al-Ahmad, a spokesman for the Violations Documentation Center, a Syrian group that tracks human rights violations, also confirmed the stoning.

An activist based in the northern province of Idlib, who collects information from other activists in northern Syria, said Ahmad was a widow. A man who asked to be identified as Asad for fear of repercussions, said that in the other stoning, in Tabqa, residents also refused to take part, and that the act was carried out by Islamic State members.
The Islamic State group has “imposed incredibly restrictive rules on the civilian population which have served to make women and girls particularly vulnerable and to quite clearly discriminate against them,” she said, adding that the reports of the stoning were the first the group had received out of Syria.

“This is just a more sort of extreme manifestation of those restrictive rules which are all in violation of international” human rights law, she said.

Such acts have alarmed members of mainstream Syrian opposition groups fighting to remove President Bashar Assad from power since 2011.

These behaviors have nothing to do with the nature and mentality of Syrian society,” said Abdelbaset Sieda, a senior member of the main Western-backed Syrian National Coalition. He said the group had no official confirmation of the stoning cases although he did not rule it out. “We expect such acts to be carried out by the Islamic State,” he said.
-BEIRUT (AP)

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