Thursday, March 23, 2017

But Wait! There's More!

Often, there is...

As was predicted, MPs voted for the blasphemy motion spearheaded by Islamist-cum-MP and practising Goebbels, Iqra Khalid, who, while attending York University, led the Muslim Students Association that put out a booklet that advocated wife abuse.

(Sidebar: yes, Iqra, you b!#ch, you were caught.)

From now on, every criticism of Islam will be collected and stored in a database somewhere. Canada, the last ummah, has put Islam and censorship above all else.

That sound you hear is Sir John A. Macdonald spinning in his grave.

And Canadians let it happen.

In other news that will soon be pushed through the sieve of censorship (thanks to that b!#ch Iqra Khalid and all those who helped make Canada an ummah), British Prime Minister Theresa May believes that the terrorist who killed four people (before he himself was shot) acted alone but had others arrested anyway:

The Westminster terrorist who brought bloodshed to the heart of London has been named by police as Khalid Masood, a British-born criminal with a string of previous convictions.

After Isil claimed the attacker was a "soldier" of the terror group, Scotland Yard formally identified the 52-year-old - saying he was not the subject of any current investigations and there was "no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack".

But the man who killed four people - including a police officer - in the shadow of the Houses of Parliament had a range of previous convictions for assaults, including GBH, possession of offensive weapons and public order offences. He had not been convicted of any terrorism offences. 

It comes as police said a fourth innocent victim died on Thursday night. The 75-year-old man has died in hospital.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "The man had been receiving medical treatment in hospital following the attack and life support was withdrawn this evening. ...

Scotland Yard has just announced that eight people have now been arrested as part of the investigation into the Westminster terror attack.

Nothing to see here.


A shotgun and several bladed weapons have been found in the car of a man who tried to drive at high speed through a busy shopping street in Antwerp, forcing pedestrians to jump out of the way.

The US Department of State will issue a permit for the Keystone Pipeline on Friday:

The U.S. State Department will approve on Friday the permit needed to proceed with construction of the Canada-to-United States Keystone XL oil pipeline, a project blocked by former President Barack Obama, according to two government sources familiar with the process.

The move would mark the beginning of process that could be lengthy and complicated by approvals needed by state regulators and legal challenges.

A nurse has been charged with eight counts of first-degree murder. Had they been termed as euthanasia, she would be home for the week-end.

Say what?

Sen. Leahy (D., Vt.) recounted his experience prosecuting a Nazi-trained doctor who crossed the Canadian border to perform illegal abortions in Vermont to the Judiciary Committee during the third day of Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing. Leahy called the incident representative of the "dark days" before the Supreme Court struck down state laws against abortion in the landmark case.

"She was trained to do these abortions working for the SS at Auschwitz so she could abort the women prisoners that they had impregnated so that they could keep on using the women that way before they put them in the gas chambers," Leahy said.

Gee, leftists really do appreciate a good Nazi.

Another bizarre cover-up that needs ignoring fast:

A former Russian lawmaker who fled Moscow for Ukraine and likened life under President Vladimir Putin to Nazi Germany was shot dead in Kiev.

Denis Voronenkov, 45, was killed Thursday at 11:40 a.m. near the Premier Palace hotel in the center of Ukraine’s capital, local police said. 

His bodyguard, who was injured in the shooting, wounded the assailant and both are under guard in the hospital, police said. 

Ukraine blamed the killing on Russia, linking it to testimony by Voronenkov against Viktor Yanukovych, the Kremlin-backed Ukrainian leader who was ousted three years ago in street protests.

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