Monthly Archives: January 2016

Random Quotations – January 31st, 2016

Five items in total…

All emphasis added by me – JG.

“The most important fact Pavlovian blacks refuse to realize is that being equal is not synonymous with special treatment; which is exactly what the majority of blacks demand. Some will claim they do not want to be treated differently even though that is exactly what they are demanding, i.e., to be treated differently based singularly upon melanin content… I was unaware that being black was a skill set that qualified one for awards. The problem with these people and those who embrace their contemptible heterodoxy is that they are not passing on nor are they encouraging merit-based achievement; rather they are enforcing halfhearted, low performance, dumb-downed, lowered expectations, with an increased dogmatism that skin-color trumps effort, ability, and performance.” – Mychal Massie, The Daily Rant – “Let’s Talk About Black’s History Month” Jan. 25th, 2016.

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Muslims and the West – January 31st, 2016

Here are some examples of how Muslims are encouraged and otherwise “enabled” in their invasion of the West – seven items in total…

Britain: Trevor Phillips, the (Black) former head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission says that “Expecting Muslims to change in order to conform to societal expectations is ‘the deepest form of disrespect’it may be that they see the world differently from the rest of us

Denmark: 17-year-old girl who was sexually attacked may face charges because she used pepper spray to defend herself… (We are not told who the assailant was, but the “green light” to “refugees” is clear enough…)

Finland: Government looking for ways to curb “racist street patrols” – “All racist street patrols must be denounced and prohibited. We have authorities for making sure that hate speech is not tolerated…”

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Occupied Territories – January 30th, 2016

Just as a reminder, I always include “Occupied Territories” posts in the “Israel Lobby” category also, because I don’t believe that these disgraceful violations of human rights would be tolerated by the rest of the world were it not for Lobby propaganda, threats and smears. -JG.

Six items in total…

Human Rights Watch urges businesses to “stop operating in, financing, servicing, or trading with Israeli settlements”

Israel set to declare 370 acres of occupied West Bank land in Jericho as “state land” – the land is located north of the illegal Almog settlement and has been used by settlers “over the past 20 years”

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Random Quotations – January 27th, 2016

Five observations on Const. James Forcillo’s attempted murder conviction in the Sammy Yatim shooting death…

All emphasis added by me – JG.

“Six seconds later, with Yatim now crumpled to the ground on that same streetcar, still clutching the knife but with his spine severed and mortally wounded, the jury had no doubts about Forcillo’s intention when he fired a second volley of shots… he was trying to kill Sammy Yatim.” – Toronto Sun, “Jury knew what Forcillo was trying to do with second volley of shots” – Jan. 25th.

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Gay & LGBT Agenda – January 27th, 2016

U.S: New York Supreme Court orders farmers to pay $13,000 for “sexual orientation discrimination” after they declined to host same-sex wedding

International Olympic Committee Guidelines on transgender athletes relaxed – “Surgery will no longer be required, with female-to-male transgender athletes eligible to take part in men’s competitions ‘without restriction’”

Canada: Many barriers broken in 2015 – “For the LGBT community, that means more openly gay, lesbian, and transgender officials in the federal government than ever before”

Britain: Anglican leaders decide to avoid split over homosexuality – LGBT advocates “outraged

Canada: University of Victoria announces the world’s first chair in “transgender studies” – “Transgender people are among the most disadvantaged in society today… we need to have solid research that will give us good data and good foundation for changing policies, for changing practices and for changing hearts and minds

Cop guilty of “attempted” murder in killing of teenager

“A Toronto police officer has been found guilty of attempted murder in the 2013 shooting death of a troubled teen on an empty streetcar, an incident that sparked public outrage and street protests in the city… After six days of deliberations, the 11-member jury cleared Const. James Forcillo of the more serious charge of second-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim in July 2013” – National Post, Jan. 25th (*).

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