Sunday, October 11, 2015

Sunday Post

Because, you state-funded mouth-breathers, unelected judges let some sharmuta conceal her identity but not her contempt for Canada:

Voters have been turning up at advance polling stations in Quebec and Newfoundland over the past two days, ready to cast ballots while clad in outrageous costumes and masks.

Under Elections Canada rules, electors are allowed to vote while wearing a face covering as long as they take an oath attesting they are eligible and provide two pieces of ID, one which includes a current address.

A handful of voters — some of whom are upset over the niqab debate that has dominated the run-up to the election — have shown up dressed as ghosts, clowns and even mummers; a traditional costume in Newfoundland. 

Nathalie de Montigny, an Elections Canada spokeswoman, confirmed to CBC News that as long as they follow the rules, any elector can vote while wearing a mask, no matter how ridiculous. 
"A face covering is a face covering, it does not matter what it is," she said.

It's not clear how many have dressed up. Elections Canada records how many people take an oath, but not why. (There are many possible reasons.) 

(Sidebar: I bet I could tell you.)

Defund the CBC.

In case one is confused as to who Zunera Ishaq really is:

Zunera Ishaq is employed by the ICNA Sisters, a branch of the ICNA.

Among the guests at the ICNA affiliated Al Falah Institute aka the Al Falah Islamic Centre, liked by Zunera Ishaq (see jpeg below) has been Khalid Yasin, who says Aids was created in America and used by Christian Missionaries to infect Africans.

The Al Falah Islamic Centre also hosted Bilal Phillips and Hakim Quick both of whom have called the murder of gays justified in Islam.

The ICNA dominates the Thorncliffe Park Parents Association.  I suspect the ICNA is heavily involved in the anti-sex-ed curriculum demonstrations at the local schools.

Note that one of the Facebook groups that  Zunera Ishaq has joined, Jamaat-e-Islami,  is the terrorist organization that was being funded by ISNA Canada.

ISNA had it’s charitable status revoked by the CRA for funding the group. Jamaat-e-Islami is recognized as an officially designated terrorist entity by our government.

(Paws up)


The Ottawa Citizen reports that a joint House of Commons and Senate committee reviewing security following a gunman’s attack on Parliament a year ago is considering whether Muslim women wearing the face covering will have to unveil for a security check.


If you can cram useless and unwanted gay groups into schools then removing "The Lord's Prayer" should not be a major obstacle:

The long-standing tradition of reciting the Lord’s Prayer at one Alberta elementary school has recently undergone an extensive review, after a parent questioned the legality of the custom.

The parent whose child recently started attending Busby Elementary School, located in the tiny hamlet in Central Alberta, voiced her concerns to the principal that she felt the practice was “illegal.”

The prayer has been part of opening morning exercises held in the school’s gym for decades. While other provinces consider the recitation a violation of students’ rights, Alberta’s School Act allows the religious practice in the classroom and leaves it up to the school districts to determine their own policies.

Civil rights, rather like "diversity" and even "prayer", are the last refuge of the scoundrel. If one looks hard enough, the real reason behind removing any vestige of Western culture has next to nothing to do individual rights and more to with the loss of identity and embrace of nihilism.

A great way to improve housing on reservations is to eliminate the Indian Act, make band chiefs mayors and not lords of fiefdoms, give a deed of a house to every resident and stop handing over billions of dollars one knows will just go to waste anyway:

Members of the advocacy group known as Idle No More have launched an initiative aimed at improving housing on First Nations reserves.

The campaign — called One House, Many Nations — was announced Wednesday. It aims to provide assistance to people living in desperate housing conditions.

Sylvia McAdam, one of the co-founders of Idle No More, said she was moved to address the issue after seeing some of the housing on her home community, the Big River First Nation, which about 120 kilometres northwest of Prince Albert.

"You don't realize what is in your own backyard until you go door-to-door and actually go visit the people in their own homes," McAdam said.

"It is shameful that we're having to reach out [with an aid campaign] when we're living in one of the wealthiest countries in the world," she added.

The housing initiative is seeking donations using a fundraising site called Indiegogo. With every $15,000 raised a sustainable home can be built, according to the campaign. The site collects funds in U.S. dollars.

Idle No More is another failed activist group.


Disgraced Bowe Bergdahl will face no jail time for dissertion:

An Army officer is recommending that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl face a lower-level court martial and be spared the possibility of jail time for leaving his post in Afghanistan, his lawyer said Saturday.

Time magazine celebrates infamous boy-murderer's triumph against the capitalist affliction of asthma:

Jennifer Latson paid tribute to communist thug Che Guevara on the anniversary of his death in a gushing Friday item on Time magazine's website. Latson marveled how the Argentinian radical "might have considered the United States his worst enemy, but he faced an even greater threat to his revolutionary ambitions: asthma." The writer later touted that "asthma didn't keep him from embracing the rowdiness of youth," and that "it didn't prevent him from following a rugged revolutionary road to Cuba." - See more at:

Jennifer Latson paid tribute to communist thug Che Guevara on the anniversary of his death in a gushing Friday item on Time magazine's website. Latson marveled how the Argentinian radical "might have considered the United States his worst enemy, but he faced an even greater threat to his revolutionary ambitions: asthma." The writer later touted that "asthma didn't keep him from embracing the rowdiness of youth," and that "it didn't prevent him from following a rugged revolutionary road to Cuba."


The IDF doesn't hide behind women and children nor do they encourage civilians to go on violent rampages:

It comes after a surge in violence over the last 12 days that has left four Israelis and 23 Palestinians dead.

Israel says it carried out airstrikes on two Hamas weapons factories in response to rocket attacks from Gaza.

Palestinian medical officials said a pregnant woman and her daughter living nearby were killed in the raids.

Meanwhile, Israeli police said they foiled an attempt to drive a car bomb into Jerusalem on Sunday.

They said they pulled over a vehicle driven by a Palestinian woman who detonated an explosive when an officer approached.

The woman suffered burns to 40% of her body and the officer was also injured, a spokesman for Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital said.

Palestinians disputed the police account, saying an electrical fire in the vehicle was mistaken for an explosion.
Recent violence has been partly fuelled by Muslim anger over increasing Jewish access to the al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem's walled Old City.

Palestinians have been attacking Israelis with knives, rocks and, on at least one occasion, guns.

Fatah – the West Bank’s ruling party – featured a picture on its official Facebook page Thursday, which showed an armed and masked terrorist with text that threatened Israelis with future attacks.

We will kill you here, Oh Zionists. We are awaiting you. If you come back, we will come back,” reads the Fatah statement in both Hebrew and Arabic, according to an Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) translation. ...
This past week, Fatah and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) officials openly justified and called for more attacks against Jews.

When asked whether the murderers of Eitan and Naama Henkin – killed in front of their four young children last week – were from Hamas or Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a PLO executive committee member dismissed the importance of the distinction since killing Israelis is a “national duty.”

Some ISIS thug has been vapourised and Russia continues its surgical removal of anti-Assad elements:

Russia said on Saturday it had stepped up its bombing campaign against Islamic State militants in Syria, while local observers said several of the air strikes had hit areas in western Syria where the hardline group has little presence.

I'm sure the Turks will be reluctant to forget this:

Turkey is targeting Islamic State in investigations of a double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed up to 128 people, officials said on Sunday, while opponents of President Tayyip Erdogan blamed him for the worst such attack in Turkish history.

Government officials made clear that despite alarm over the attack on a rally of pro-Kurdish activists and civic groups, there would be no postponement of November polls Erdogan hopes can restore an overall majority for the AK Party he founded.

Thousands of people gathered near the scene of the attack at Ankara's main railway station, many accusing Erdogan of stirring nationalist sentiment by his pursuit of a military campaign against Kurdish militants, a charge Ankara vehemently rejects.

"Murderer Erdogan", "murderer police", the crowd chanted in Sihhiye square, as riot police backed by water cannon vehicles blocked a main highway leading to the district where parliament and government buildings are located.

Erdogan has much appeasing to do.

North Koreans celebrate their nationhood in antiquated yet vibrant style... or else:

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un has delivered a defiant message to his enemies as the country marked the 70th anniversary of the governing Workers' Party.

Thousands of soldiers took part in a spectacular parade through Pyongyang as the country displayed its military hardware to the world.

In a speech that was interrupted several times by applause, Kim told the crowd: "Our revolutionary force is ready to respond to any kind of war the American imperialists want.

"Through the line of Songun (military-first) politics, our Korean People's Army has become the strongest revolutionary force and our country has become an impenetrable fortress and a global military power."

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