May set out how the police here would ‘intensify’ their approach to big events in an attempt to prevent a Paris-style attack here. She stressed that the kind of weapons used in Paris on Friday night were ‘not readily available in the UK’ and said she would urge other EU countries to toughen up their firearms laws in an attempt to restrict the supply of automatic weapons. She also declared that ‘the attacks have nothing to do with Islam’. Now, one can understand why the Home Secretary wanted to say this. But denying the link between this attack and a particular interpretation of Islam is not going to make it any easier to counter either the terrorist threat or the attempt to radicalise a segment of the population.
This an example of how dangerously close Britain is to dictatorial rule. Most other European nations aren’t far behind.
A woman has been arrested for say Muslims aren’t welcome at her salon business, 2 days after Muslims slaughtered over 130 people. The following courtesy of the Daily Express:
A WOMAN has been arrested in connection with “racially abusive” comments made on the Facebook page of a spa and beauty salon.
Police acted following messages being put on the Blinks of Bicester page.
They were said to include claims people of “Islamic Faith” were no longer welcome at the salon.
The post read: “Blinks of Bicester are no longer taking bookings from anyone from the Islamic faith whether you are UK granted with passport or not.”
Another said: “Time to put my country first.”
Users on social media reacted with disgust and complaints were made to the authorities.
It comes just two days after the Paris terror attacks.
The woman, from Bicester, Oxfordshire, is being held by Thames Valley Police.
2005: In a riot that lasted 3 weeks, thousands of non-whites rioted over a period of 3 weeks, killing 2 people, injuring 128 police officers, damaging 9,000 vehicles. 200 million euros worth of damage was done.
2007: 2 or 3 days of rioting took place. 130 police officers were injured, one of whom lost an eye. Over 80 cars and buildings were torched.
2009: 13 police officers were injured and 317 cars were torched in more rioting.
2012: A man named ‘Mohammed’ kills 7 people, including school children.
2014: 21 people are run over by 2 men in cars, both while yelling “Allah Akbar”. Fortunately, only 1 person is killed.
2015: Muslims massacre 20 and leave 22 wounded after taking offense at a cartoon.
2015: Muslims slaughter 132 people.
Which begs the question: how bad must the Jews have been to deserve the holocaust?
From The Jerusalem Post:
A religious Zionist cleric from a Jewish settlement on the West Bank told mourners on Saturday during the funeral of an Israeli father and son gunned down by Palestinian terrorists that the attacks in Paris were deserved due to what Europeans “did to our people 70 years ago.”
The quote from Dov Lior, the chief rabbi of the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba, was first reported by the Walla! news agency.
“The wicked ones in blood-soaked Europe deserve it for what they did to our people 70 years ago,” Lior said.
The controversial rabbi once wrote an approbation for a book called The King’s Torah that was co-written in 2009 by radical settler figure Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira, which permitted killing civilian non-Jews in times of war.
He was summoned by police for questioning on grounds of incitement to violence but refused to report for questioning, saying the Torah was not open to police investigation. He was subsequently arrested and brought for questioning but no charges were made.
Last year, Lior published a letter saying that Jewish law permits destroying the entire Gaza Strip to bring peace to the south of the country.
Lior said that he had received questions about whether Jewish law permits harming a civilian population not directly involved with the combatants.
He first cited the opinion of the Maharal of Prague, a renowned 16th-century rabbi, who wrote that a nation under attack can wage a fierce war against the assaulting nation, and that it is not obligated regarding the safety of people who are personally involved in hostilities.
“At a time of war, the nation under attack is allowed to punish the enemy population with measures it finds suitable, such as blocking supplies or electricity, as well as shelling the entire area according to the army minister’s judgment, and not to needlessly endanger soldiers but rather to take crushing deterring steps to exterminate the enemy,” Lior wrote.
Addressing the hostilities with Hamas, the rabbi continued to say that “in the case of Gaza, it would be permitted for the defense minister to even order the destruction of all of Gaza so that the South will no longer suffer and to prevent injury to our people, who have been suffering for so long from the enemies surrounding us.”
“Talk of humanitarianism and consideration are nothing when weighed against saving our brothers in the South and across the country and the restoration of quiet to our land,” he said.
An Australian Greens candidate who falsely believes he is a woman is suing an archbishop for having the “wrong” opinions on homosexuals and homosexuals adopting children:
A complaint that the Catholic Church has offended and humiliated gay, lesbian and transgender Australians by distributing a booklet supporting traditional marriage is looming as a test case for freedom of speech and religion ahead of the national same-sex marriage plebiscite.
The Archbishop of Hobart, Julian Porteus, is preparing to fight the complaint to Tasmania’s Anti-Discrimination Commission on the grounds of religious freedom.
“I am prepared to vigorously defend any complaint against me that Tasmania’s Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner may proceed with,” Archbishop Porteus told The Australian yesterday.
“I am aware that there are some in society who would seek to silence the church on this issue and indeed prevent Christians expressing their beliefs in the public square on important social issues. Increasingly, they are trying to manipulate anti-discrimination legislation to achieve this end.”[….]
The commission is considering a complaint lodged this week by Hobart transgender activist and Greens’ candidate Martine Delaney that Archbishop Porteus and the Catholic Bishops Conference breached the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Act by circulating a booklet to the parents of Catholic school students called “Don’t Mess with Marriage”.
Ms Delaney, who has changed from male to female and lives in a same-sex relationship with a woman, said she felt humiliated by the marriage booklet.
She said the booklet, which claims to advise all Australians of the church’s reasons for opposing same-sex marriage, paid lip service to respecting same-sex-attracted Australians, but actually sent out negative messages about them.
In a statement after lodging her complaint, Ms Delaney said her view was that the booklet said “same-sex partners don’t deserve equal recognition, same-sex-attracted people are not ‘whole’ people and the children of same-sex partners are not ‘healthy’.”
“By spreading this message, the church does immeasurable harm to the wellbeing of same-sex couples and their families across Tasmania and the nation — particularly those who are students, teachers or parents within the Catholic education system,” she said.
Ms Delaney said the booklet breached section 17 of the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Act, which prohibits offence and humiliation on the grounds of sexual orientation.
“The church has every right to freedom of speech and religion, but it must exercise these rights responsibly, and within the law, which in this case it hasn’t,” she said.
In the complaint, Ms Delaney also said the booklet described same-sex relationship as “friendships”, which was “a deeply damaging message” to send young people. She said she believed in freedom of religion “in its original sense of being free from coercion into a particular religious belief or practice”.
The commission has six weeks to decide whether the complaint raises a potential breach of the act and whether to investigate. Archbishop Porteus will not be formally told of the complaint unless it is investigated, but is preparing a defence of religious freedom.
He said the complaint “represents the rise of a new intolerance against Christianity in Australian society, and more generally a threat to freedom of speech.
“It is important that Australia has the opportunity for an open and free debate about the nature of marriage leading up to a plebiscite,” he said.
Even though the overwhelming majority of soldiers who’ve died for America have been white males the pc nerds at Google have released a cartoon tribute to veterans in which only 1 of the 7 veterans is a white male. Apparently Google staff think only 14% of veterans are white male.
If you’re a white male you might as well not serve your country because you won’t get credit for it. That’ll go to black and Asian women who weren’t there.