Monthly Archives: July 2011

Islam: The religion that legitimizes rape

“Muslim newcomers are significantly overrepresented among convicted rapists and rape suspects throughout European nations such as Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.”

“In Holland, myriad women now bear the horrible scar that has infamously become known as “smiley,” whereby one side of the face is cut up from mouth to ear – a war mark left by Muslim rapists as a warning to other women who don’t veil themselves.”

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Sheep sacrificed in public park: The joys of diversity…

“…they told officers that they had sacrificed a sheep, which they bought for about $150 from a farm near Hwy. 27 in York Region, and slaughtered it for good luck.”

We are not told the origin or religion of the perpetrators, although  Santerians are known to sacrifice animals for good luck.   As one website rather wryly notes, “There has been considerable friction between Santerians and groups promoting the care and treatment of animals.”


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Cyclescum outrage: Action needed

“…she was hit by a cyclist who was charged with failure to yield under the Highway Traffic Act. It carries a set fine of $150, plus $30 surcharge, upon conviction or guilty plea.”

“She is getting outpatient treatment at the neurotrauma clinic at Sunnybrook and has an August appointment at Sunnybrook’s brain injury clinic. The extent of injury to her eye is still under investigation.’’

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Israel’s ‘ethnic cleansing’ of Bedouins continues…

“…an elderly Bedouin explains how cisterns he remembers from childhood, many of them restored to full working order in the last few years, are once again helping his goat-herding community to survive.

“Israel has demolished 20 rainwater collection cisterns in the West Bank in the first half of this year, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), which monitors conditions in the Palestinian territories.”

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Murdoch’s News International ‘interested in defence matters’

“On two occasions, James Murdoch and former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks were given confidential defence briefings on Afghanistan and Britain’s strategic defence review by the Defence Secretary, Liam Fox.”

“A spokesman for Mr Fox said that the defence briefings given to the Murdochs covered a range of issues and were given because of the “interest in defence matters” shown by News International papers. He did not say who initiated the meetings.”

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Rupert Murdoch: Scandal, or long-term intelligence operation?

“Murdoch’s sudden massive reversal of fortune… has supporters of Israel worried that a diminished Murdoch presence may mute the strongly pro-Israel voice of many of the publications he owns.”

“Jewish leaders said that Murdoch’s view of Israel’s dealings with the Palestinians and with its Arab neighbors seemed both knowledgeable and sensitive to the Jewish state’s self-perception as beleaguered and isolated.”

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Religion: Fighting over the carcass

How sad to see so many foreigners and religions fighting over Muslim prayers being allowed in a Toronto school.

This is a Christian country, and we should be able to celebrate our Christian faith openly, anywhere, and without fear. Yet now, we have a minority-member Director of Education, Chris Spence, who allows prayers for Muslims but not for anybody else.

I can’t help thinking “a pox on all of them.”

Jeff Goodall.

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