Court rules Obama acted illegally; Harry Reid says it ‘means nothing’
Russia makes a fool out of Obama – “China and Russia have effectively burst the bubble of American power”
America is dangerously close to having a functional 21st century tyranny
Feds give housing grant to ACORN affiliate despite federal ban
Two humiliating judicial defeats for Obama, in remarkably harsh language
This post focusses on the Fukushima disaster and its aftermath.
I don’t have much patience for aboriginals these days, but Lake Babine Chief Wilf Adam gets my attention when he says about the shocking reduction in the number of sockeye salmon: “We’ve never seen anything like this in all these years I’ve done this. I’ve asked the elders and they have never seen anything like this at all.”
And even more chillingly, the North Coast Area director for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is quoted as saying that “…we think something happened in the ocean.”
It sure did! The Fukushima plant has been pouring some 300 tons of radioactive water a day into the Pacific for some time now.
The provincial Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has charged Constable Forcillo with second-degree murder. This is only the seventh time that a police officer has been charged with murder since the SIU came into being in 1990, and not a single Toronto police officer has ever been convicted of murder – so far.
“Israel’s welcome April 2013 declaration that shells containing white phosphorous were going to be ‘removed from active duty soon’ is not apparently due to its illegality or because of the terrible injuries it inflicts but because, according to a senior officer, white phosphorous does not look good, as we saw in Operation Cast Lead.” (Emphasis added -JG).
There is nothing funny about Nova Scotia’s Cyber-Safety Act: “The province recently created CyberSCAN. This unit of five investigators will be up and running next month, tasked with manning the phones to respond to complaints of cyberbullying. The complaint will be assigned to an investigator who will in turn immediately contact the complainant.”
Affirmative housing? – HUD proposes plan to racially, economically integrate neighborhoods
The federal government will now set the standards for raising children – there will be “forced” home inspections if you are considered “high-risk”
The Obama administration’s race-baiting campaign
Obama’s “African American Education Initiative” asks schools to ignore bad behaviour by black students
Obama’s dog airlifted to family vacation on Martha’s Vineyard
“Two brothers in law who went on a sponsored walk wearing comedy mankinis had to be picked up by police – after they were pelted with stones and eggs by residents who told them ‘this is a Muslim area’ and demanded they leave… Steven Ellis, 41, and Jason Hendry, 22, wanted to walk eight miles from Solihull to Birmingham city centre wearing the outfit featured in 2006 film Borat to raise money for Birmingham Dogs’ Home.” – Daily Mail story.
The situation in Egypt is grim, with numerous attacks being made on Coptic Christians, and their churches, houses and businesses, by Obama-supported pro-Morsi rioters. And in Central Africa, the situation is, if anything, worse.
This kind of behaviour by Muslims seems to be universal once they gain sufficient numbers to assert themselves, as seen in the appearance of “no-go” zones in Britain and Europe, and attacks on the police and any others who enter such Muslim-dominated areas.
I cannot understand the stupidity of our leaders, who are complicit in this hostile invasion of our White homelands.
Pay serious attention to what is happening elsewhere in the world, because we will assuredly be next if we don’t wake up soon.
See links below – Jeff G.
Vote speculation, interesting rationale
“Citizen’s panel” needed to oversee the independence debate, voters being treated like “idiots”
Call for both campaigns to publish donations
Post-separation Scotland & U.K. would both face international difficulties
Clarity for referendum voters needed on European Union issues
“The act empowers courts to issue “cyberbullying prevention orders” after someone complains. This includes entering someone’s property, seizing laptops or cellphones, shutting off someone’s Internet for a year and more. Parents can be punished if they haven’t set Internet and texting rules favoured by the courts. And while the alleged bully can appeal, the conditions still hold throughout the appeals process. Violating the act comes with hefty penalties — including various fines and jail time.”