There are a number of links throughout this article. The response by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs is particularly noteworthy for its extreme arrogance and contempt towards the international community. – Jeff Goodall
According to the story below, Toronto’s “Africentric” school results so far “significantly” exceed the average results for the Ontario public school system.
Then again, smaller class sizes and the extra attention given to each student has to have made a difference; “High expectations, consistent routines, a strong sense of purpose based on African cultural principles that students are steeped in during daily opening exercises, after-school tutorials and close, caring attention by teachers are things (Principal Thando) Hyman believes have fuelled students’ success.”
North and South Korea are on the brink of war, a top Russian diplomat has warned, calling for both countries to exercise restraint and sit down for talks.
Andrew Osborn: September 24th, 2010
In Moscow’s bleakest assessment of the situation on the Korean peninsula yet, Russian deputy foreign minister Alexei Borodavkin said tensions between the two countries were running at their highest and most dangerous level in a decade.
“There are signs that Allah will grant victory to Islam in Europe without sword, without gun, without conquest. We don’t need terrorists; we don’t need homicide bombers. The 50 plus million Muslims (in Europe) will turn it into the Muslim Continent within a few decades.” – Muammar Gaddafi
And that is without taking into account the millions more Muslims who will flood Europe if Turkey is allowed to join the European Union. Time is rapidly running out – Jeff Goodall
“Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the centre of that.” – Barbara Lerner Spectre.
“…the decision not to deliver S-300 missiles to Iran was dictated by a complicated military and political situation in the region and support of the United Nations sanctions against Iran.” – Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov.
Note: The “spontaneous protests” are considered more important than the actual election results in the following article… JG.
Protests over Swedish far-right party election gains
September 22nd, 2010
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Stockholm to protest against the election to parliament of 20 far-right party members. The Sweden Democrats, who are against immigration and have been accused of racism, claimed 5.7 percent of the vote in Sunday’s elections, denying Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt’s centre-right Alliance a clear majority.
1a: To melt away; b. To disappear as if by melting; 2: To dissolve and become liquid by absorbing moisture from the air.
To my mind, the best way to reduce an advanced country to Third-World status is to pump it full of Third-World immigrants.
This achieves the two-fold effect of altering the prevailing culture to one in which learning and innovation are of declining importance, and also to one in which the overall IQ of the work-force is reduced to levels no longer sufficient to support and maintain a high-tech, First-World civilisation.
Yup, sounds about right… JG.
Jerusalem angered at sale of Russian cruising missiles (sic) to Syria, calls it ‘prize for extremist states’
Ynet: September 19th, 2010 – Itamar Eichner
Israeli officials are threatening to sell weapons to “areas of strategic importance” to Russia after Moscow announced over the weekend that it would go through with the sale of P800 missiles to Syria, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Sunday.
I’m not much into the long-haired, hippie-freak-weirdo groupings that the author of this post seems to hang out with. But, I can certainly appreciate his concern about Israeli companies with Mossad and IDF connections being paid by State governments to spy on American citizens.
This is very revealing information. And, I want to know, to what extent is our ‘best friend Israel ever had’ Prime Minister Stephen Harper buying into and paying for such foreign espionage operations in Canada?