Archive for December, 2014

Muslims and the West – December 25th, 2014

Thursday, December 25th, 2014

Eight items in total…

U.K: Muslim jailed for 18 years over acid “revenge attack” on his ex-girlfriend

Sweden: Two car bombs shatter dozens of windows in a “multiethnic district” of Malmo

Ten startling similarities between Islam and the Mafia

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Military News – December 21st, 2014

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

Seven items in total…

U.S: Aircraft carrier “sitting ducks” should be moved into the Mediterranean

China: Recently tested long-range missiles with “multiple warhead capabilities

Pakistan: Soon to have more nukes than U.K. or France?

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Canada – December 19th, 2014

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Seven items in total…

Oil exports equal 30% of GDP – lower prices will have a serious effect

Bill to strengthen the role of Parliamentarians passes hurdle

Protesters blame immigration for British Columbia traffic woes

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China – December 18th, 2014

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

I’m getting a surprising number of hits from China these days, all from the same network in Beijing. So here’s something for you, PLA…

Food security concerns lead to Chinese investments in farming on other continents

Macedonia and China agree to closer military ties

Chinese food industry purchases in the U.S – 879 major deals last year from New Jersey to California

Construction of China’s Nicaragua Canal creating unrest and accusations of a “sellout”

Chinese national arrested for “carrying sensitive proprietary information on titanium used in a U.S. Air Force program”

Obama & America’s Decline – Dec. 17th, 2014

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Seven items in total…

Why some Americans surrender their U.S. citizenship

A press of two tiers, the establishment media and the internet…

Fox News show host charges Obama with “pursuing an agenda based on race

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Ontario Premier wants to dictate questions in court

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Wynne’s a lawyer now?

Re “Clothes, sexual history off limits in sex assault cases, Wynne says” (Antonella Artuso, Dec. 4): I agree that serious efforts should be made to encourage women who have been sexually assaulted to come forward, but on what legal grounds can a provincial premier presume to place limits on the options available to lawyers who are defending clients charged under the federal criminal code?

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Perils of Diversity – December 11th, 2014

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Today’s examples are all from the United States…

An in-depth medical perspective on the Eric Garner “choking” death

Door blocked in university gang-rape

A White teacher’s experiences educating Black children

Big bootie” question removed by school board

Robber shot “unnecessarily” while holding gun to store employee’s head

“Nature / Environment / Critters” Dec. 11th, 2014

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Seven items in total…

Brazil: Sao Paulo to run out of water in 60 days – “human populations are rapidly out-growing the capacity of their local water systems

Honduras: Spiny-Tailed Iguanas at risk as locals much prefer to eat egg-bearing females

Canada: More dams and conservation not the solution to rising energy demand – (How about cutting immigration? -JG)

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The Occidental Observer’s annual appeal for donations

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

I have been an e-mail subscriber to their well thought-out and insightful commentaries for several years now. Their work is excellent, and they only appeal for funds once a year. I highly recommend them, and will be donating whatever I can.

You can visit their website here, read their appeal here, and donate here.

Thanks,

Jeff Goodall.

Black Friday – has it gone too far?

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – JG.

by Mihael Willman

Black Friday, the Thursday before Black Friday, the week before Black Friday, Cyber-Monday, etc., soon it will be Black Friday month, if this trend continues. Maybe it might be better to simply create another “holiday” not “holyday” dedicated to the “God” of merchandising and manufacturing. It could be called the “Shop Till You Drop Bargain-hunting Day,” or “Look at the loot I got for next to nothing,” or any other similarly appropriate name. But definitely do not call it “Christmas” shopping. Jostling with hundreds if not thousands of people in crowded stores and malls is not what Christmas is about. And fighting over the same “drastically” reduced item has nothing in common with the season or spirit of goodwill.

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