Posts Tagged ‘ The Sun ’

Speak No Evil (Canada’s New Blasphemy Law)

Speak No Evil (Canada’s New Blasphemy Law)

I, Hypocrite on point, as usual. Anthony Furey has more on the Canadian government’s decision to stigmatize speech critical of Islam.
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The New Normal

The New Normal

For those of you under the misimpression that this weekend’s thwarted terror attack in France is an anomaly, Breitbart London has some sobering news. In a single 18 month span, over 230 people were murdered in jihadist attacks upon that country. And while most of us are aware of the horrors perpetrated in the Bataclan...
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2 Crimes

2 Crimes

Update: Suspect taken into custody. In Switzerland, however, the suspect has died of his wounds.  So far Swiss authorities have not come to the conclusion that the stabbing spree/arson attack on train passengers was linked to terrorism. Then again, we should recall that German and Scandinavian law enforcement have engaged in a systemic coverup...
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Raise The Union Jack

Raise The Union Jack

It’s difficult to keep track of developments on the Brexit front, as news seems to be breaking nearly every minute. However, I’d like to provide you with some of the more useful observations about what has occurred in the UK and across the globe since Thursday. One of the most important questions, of course,...
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UK Independence

UK Independence

That is not the timber rattlesnake with which we’re so familiar, and which symbolically represents this website, but the common European adder. A viper which is not dangerous, and which only bites when threatened or disturbed. Much like the normally placid British, who only strike out when they are left with no alternative. Their...
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Live Brexit Coverage

Live Brexit Coverage

Update: It looks like Great Britain will have a new PM. Watch David Cameron’s resignation speech.  A fascinating chart illustrates the difference in voting patterns between the 1975 referendum on the European Economic Community and yesterday’s Brexit vote.  A map of how Britain voted in the EU Referendum.  Nearly 17 and half million votes...
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Rivers of Blood

Rivers of Blood

Once again, the words of Enoch Powell appear prescient, although perhaps in not quite the way the late British parliamentarian and classicist intended. In the same week that Swedes have been besieged by aggrieved jihadists imported by their own government, Londoners experienced yet another subsidiary benefit of multiculturalism. This time, in the form of...
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