Monthly Archives: January 2012

Canada’s immigration policies: More smoke and mirrors

Firstly, there is no reported mention of the refugee and ‘family re-unification’ programmes, which deposit the greater bulk of illiterate and often criminally-minded third-worlders into our midst. 

As long as just saying “I am a refugee!” results in a standard of living superior to actually working in their countries of origin, we will continue to be flooded with unwanted third-worlders who are often unwilling to support themselves, even if capable of doing so. 

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U.K: African vicar sells 28 ‘golden ticket’ marriage licenses

… the cost to the  taxpayer of one immigrant wrongly  entitled to services amounted to  £100,000 over a decade, or £230,000 if they had a child… Investigators suspect no ceremony actually took place with the ‘couples’ simply given their marriage certificates – dubbed ‘golden tickets’ – after handing him hundreds of pounds.”

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‘Pro-Israel’ and ‘Israel Firsters’ debate not anti-Semitic

“… it is no secret that “pro-Israel” money (albeit, not all of it from Jews) comprises a substantial percentage of all donations to political parties in the United States. Talking about “Jewish” – or more accurately, “pro-Israel” – money in American politics is therefore not inherently anti-Semitic: It is a given, and the effort to silence such debate is the problem.”

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President Obama and his Attorney no-shows at Georgia eligibility hearing

This is “now”, and this is “real”.   – JG.


The National Patriot
Craig Andresen: Jan. 26, 2012

Given the testimony from today’s court case in Georgia, Obama has a lot of explaining to do. His attorney, Jablonski, was a NO SHOW as of course, was Obama.

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Iranian oil: Europe has just a few days to blink…

“The EU sanctions allow for oil deliveries from Iran until July 1.  Any pre-empting of this timescale by Tehran could prove problematic for countries like Italy, Greece and Spain, who would need to urgently find new suppliers… the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned of the economic consequences of the EU’s planned embargo: Stopping deliveries from the world’s fifth largest producer could drive up the price of oil by 20 to 30 percent.”

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Toronto chicken ban also prevents ritual sacrifices…

While I sympathise with parents who keep chickens as educational tools for their childen, or who like to enjoy fresh eggs in the morning, there are far more serious aspects to this matter.  Not least is the concern that this will enable followers of Santeria, a religion mixing aspects of African and Roman Catholic practices, to follow their custom of sacrificing chickens for various purposes.

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Tanzania: Muslims burn down churches

“On July 30, Muslim extremists burned down a church building in Fuoni, on the south coast of Zanzibar island, that belonged to the Evangelical Assemblies of God-Tanzania. In Kianga, another church building was burned down on July 27, and on neighboring Pemba Island, suspected Muslims extremists in Konde on June 17 razed a Seventh-day Adventist Church building.”

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