Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/8/2018

Early this morning an explosion in the second-floor apartment of a three-decker in East Boston did extensive damage to the premises and sent a man to the hospital with second-degree burns. Police found weapons in the apartment, and called in the FBI. Later the authorities said that the injured man had been mixing chemicals, and they exploded. The incident is unrelated to terrorism, but the man may be facing weapons charges when he recovers from his injuries.

In migration news, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini wants to close Italian ports to NGO “rescue” ships that land carrying migrants. Mr. Salvini says he plans to put his demand before a European meeting at Innsbruck.

In other news, at least four of the boys trapped in the Thai cave have been successfully rescued. H. Numan reports that the number is actually six. The rescue operation will resume tomorrow.

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Financial Crisis
» A Strange New Twist in the Satoshi Nakamoto Saga
» In the Czech Republic the Lowest Unemployment Rate in the EU
» Salaries: US Wage Growth in June Was 2018’s Strongest So Far
» The U.S.’ Colorblind Jobs Boom Under Trump Continues
 
USA
» “We Live in a State of Emergency”: Chicago Protesters Shut Down Highway to Demand Americans Disarm
» Caroline Glick: Why the Democrats Are Turning Against Israel
» East Boston Explosion Leaves 1 in Critical Condition, Police Say
» Explosion in East Boston Caused by Man Playing With Chemicals
» Portland Protest Leader Micah Rhodes Avoids Prison for Sex Abuse
 
Europe and the EU
» “An Absolute Bombshell”: Brexit Ministers Davis, Baker & Braverman Quit in Blow to Theresa May
» Dutch School Bows to Turks and Bars Student Documentary on Aramean Genocide
» Dutch MP Geert Wilders Receives Death Threats Over Cartoon Competition
» England: New Female Genital Mutilation Case Every Two Hours, Experts Demand Action
» Fifth Night of Anarchy in French Migrant Suburb
» France Deploy Undercover Terror Police to Patrol Trains Amid Attack Fears
» German Police Arrest 10 in Alleged Antisemitic Attack in Berlin Park
» Grave of Swedish Child That Died in Stockholm Terror Attack is Vandalised
» Majority of Leave Voters Say May’s EU Proposal is a ‘Sell Out’, According to New Poll
» Poles, Czechs ‘On Same Wavelength’ On EU Funds, Migration: PM
» Pope Francis Says All States Must Respect Climate Commitments
» UK: The Tragic Truth About Cousin Marriages: They Can Cause a Litany of Genetic Illnesses and They’re a Key Factor in the Deaths of Two Children a Week in Britain, So Why is it Taboo to Talk About Them, Asks Sue Reid
» UK: Woman Exposed to Novichok Nerve Agent Has Died
 
Middle East
» Interim or Ad Infinitum? Irish Army’s 40-Year Role in Lebanon
» Israeli Gas Pipeline to Jordan to Start Pumping by 2020
 
South Asia
» Thai Cave Rescue: Remaining Boys Wait for Operation to Resume
 
Far East
» South Korea: Syrian Man Arrested for Promoting IS Terrorism
» World’s Smallest Living Dog, ‘Miracle Milly’, Cloned 49 Times in South Korea Laboratory
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» International Community Ignores Genocide of Christians in Nigeria
 
Immigration
» Hungary: Soros Seems to Have People Everywhere Who Insist on Flooding Europe With Migrants
» Salvini to Demand Closure of Italian Ports to ‘International Mission’ Migrant Ships
» Video: France’s Macron Tells Africans to Stay and ‘Succeed’ In Africa, Reduce Birth Rate
 

A Strange New Twist in the Satoshi Nakamoto Saga

Authored by Alex Kimani via SafeHaven.com

The truth can sometimes be stranger than fiction. At least that’s the case when it comes to unraveling the identity of bitcoin’s fabled founder, Satoshi Nakamoto.

Bitcoin’s creator used that name when he released bitcoin’s code to the public, though it’s widely considered a pseudonym.

But soon after, he vanished without a trace never to be heard from again.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

In the Czech Republic the Lowest Unemployment Rate in the EU

Strong decrease of unemployed in Croatia

(ANSA) — BELGRADE, 02 LUG — In May 2018, the Czech Republic registered the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union, Eurostat informed today.

The unemployment rate in the Czech Republic was 2.3% in May, followed by Germany (3.4%), Hungary (3.7%) and Poland (3.8%). A low share of unemployed was recorded also in Romania (4.6%), Bulgaria and Estonia (5%), and Slovenia (5.6%), all below the average unemployment rate in the EU, at 7% in May. Eurostat noted that, compared to a year ago, one of the strongest decreases in the unemployment rate were registered in Croatia, from 11,3% to 8,9%.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Salaries: US Wage Growth in June Was 2018’s Strongest So Far

edian base pay for workers in the United States climbed by 1.6 percent in June to $52,052, according to the latest edition of Glassdoor’s Local Pay Report. That was the strongest growth in the wage statistic so far in 2018.

“With unemployment hovering around historic lows, employers’ need to fill roles climbs,” said Glassdoor Chief Economist Andrew Chamberlain in a press release. “What results is that more workers, especially in high demand industries like healthcare, finance, and e-commerce, are in the driver’s seat to negotiate for better pay in order to fill these roles.”

The Glassdoor data showed that traditional blue-collar jobs — such as truck driver, warehouse associate, and materials handler — posted large wage gains.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

The U.S.’ Colorblind Jobs Boom Under Trump Continues

‘Inclusive’ Boom: It may be a surprise, but President Trump is nowhere near as unpopular among minority voters as the biased mainstream media suggest. Why is that? In a word, jobs.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

“We Live in a State of Emergency”: Chicago Protesters Shut Down Highway to Demand Americans Disarm

Thousands of protesters led by Father Michael Pfleger shut down the Dan Ryan Expressway on Saturday to demand “common sense gun laws, community resources, better schools, jobs and economic development.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Caroline Glick: Why the Democrats Are Turning Against Israel

Since President Donald Trump entered the White House, hardly a day has gone by without Israel receiving a warning from a Democratic politician or a liberal American Jewish leader that it had better curb its enthusiasm and be reticent in its support for Trump and his policies.

The partisan split is clear. A Pew survey of American support for Israel in January noted a great and growing gap in partisan support for the Jewish state. 79 percent of Republicans support Israel against the Palestinians. Only 27 percent of Democrats do.

The latest warning came this week. Ambassador Dennis Ross, the former U.S. mediator for the peace talks between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), told the Jerusalem Post that Israel needs to watch out.

“Given the strong opposition by Democrats to Trump,” Ross warned, “Israel risks getting caught up in that conflict,” he told the Post.

“There will be a post-Trump U.S. … Israel risks a backlash because the Trump administration has caused such deep alienation among Democrats, so it’s very important that there is outreach by Israel to Democrats.”

Ross also had advice for what Israelis should talk about when they talk to Americans. Israelis, he said, should avoid talking about shared values and visions of the world. Instead, they should focus their discussions with Americans on both sides of the aisle on security issues and regional Middle East topics.

Ross’s warning that Israelis should avoid speaking to Americans about shared values points to the core of Israel’s problem with Democrats — and, increasingly, with the American Jewish community which splits two-to-one in support for Democrats over Republicans…

           — Hat tip: Caroline Glick [Return to headlines]
 

East Boston Explosion Leaves 1 in Critical Condition, Police Say

An explosion at a triple-decker home in East Boston early Sunday morning left a man with second-degree burns in critical condition, police said.

The man is considered a person of interest in the incident and is in critical, but stable condition, according to Boston police.

Commissioner William Evans said police found weapons inside the second floor of the 88 Webster St. home, where they responded at about 12:40 a.m. The blast created a hole in the floor and the walls have been blown out.

“We’re lucky no one else got injured here,” Evans said. “We’re not sure of the cause at this time and that’s why they’re up there sifting through the material.”

The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives are assisting with the investigation.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Explosion in East Boston Caused by Man Playing With Chemicals

28-year-old man likely facing weapon charges

BOSTON — Police and federal agents are investigating after an explosion started a small fire in an East Boston building overnight.

The explosion at 88 Webster Street in East Boston occurred around 12:30 a.m. Sunday. It was so powerful that it blew out the windows of a second-floor apartment where police say a 28-year-old man was mixing chemicals, when the concoction blew up.

Police said the fire was put out quickly, but the man was taken from the home with second-degree burn injuries.

That person is expected to survive, authorities said, and is currently at Massachusetts General Hospital under police surveillance. Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said the man is not in police custody, but said weapons charges are likely.

“We don’t believe there’s anything to do with terrorism here,” Evans said. “It’s just someone who has some weapons in there and is playing around with chemicals and, you know, some powder, and it looks like that blew up on him.”

A neighbor says she saw two dogs rescued from inside.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Portland Protest Leader Micah Rhodes Avoids Prison for Sex Abuse

For the second time in recent weeks, Portland protest leader Micah Isaiah Rhodes stood before an Oregon judge ready to go to prison for having sexual contact with an underage teen.

And for the second time, an Oregon judge agreed to veer from state sentencing recommendations and give Rhodes five years of probation.

Multnomah County Circuit Judge Jerry Hodson on Monday said he wouldnt send Rhodes to prison for two to 2 12 years because he believes Rhodes earnestly is trying to change despite the prosecution’s arguments to the contrary.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

“An Absolute Bombshell”: Brexit Ministers Davis, Baker & Braverman Quit in Blow to Theresa May

Update 4: A second junior Brexit minister has resigned — Suella Bravermanm MP for Fareham. This leaves just two of the five person Brexit team remaining.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Dutch School Bows to Turks and Bars Student Documentary on Aramean Genocide

A Dutch school for higher education has blocked a documentary on the Aramean Genocide by one of its students, newspaper De Telegraaf reports.

Shayno Numansen, a Media and Communication student at Saxion College in Enschede, wanted to make a documentary about her family’s history.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Dutch MP Geert Wilders Receives Death Threats Over Cartoon Competition

Dutch Party for Freedom MP, Geert Wilders, has received numerous death threats since he announced that he is holding a Mohammad cartoon competition.

Wilders, the leader of the second largest party in the Netherlands, will hold the drawing competition at his party’s parliamentary offices in The Hague.

The judges include an American cartoonist, Bosch Fawstin, the winner of a Mohammad cartoon competition that took place in Texas three years ago.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

England: New Female Genital Mutilation Case Every Two Hours, Experts Demand Action

Around 4,500 new cases of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) were recorded in England over the last year, more than one every two hours, official data shows.

Between April 2017 and March 2018, around 6,200 women and girls who visited a doctor, midwife, or other public health services in England had been exposed to the form of abuse at some point, the National Health Service (NHS) said on Thursday.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Fifth Night of Anarchy in French Migrant Suburb

During the night between Saturady and Sunday, 18 more cars and a construction engine have been burnt in Nantes, AFP reports.

The killing of Abubakar Fofana, a criminal under an arrest warrant who tried to flee arrest, has now sparked five consecutive nights of total anarchy, violence, and lootings in the city in western France.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

France Deploy Undercover Terror Police to Patrol Trains Amid Attack Fears

Undercover police officers are to patrol French trains in an effort to protect travellers and tourists from terrorist attacks during the busy summer holiday period, France’s national gendarmerie commander Colonel Ghislain Réty said on Thursday. The elite police officers are under strict instructions to intervene only if a suspected terrorist launches an attack against train passengers, for fear of blowing their cover.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

German Police Arrest 10 in Alleged Antisemitic Attack in Berlin Park

German police arrested 10 people on Sunday, July 8, over an alleged anti-Semitic attack in a Berlin park, with local media reporting that both victim and suspects are Syrians.

The group, aged between 15 and 25, including 3 women, were detained following the assault in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Police did not give the names or nationalities of the suspects or the victim, but German daily Welt had reported that all involved are Syrians.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Grave of Swedish Child That Died in Stockholm Terror Attack is Vandalised

The grave of the little girl Ebba Åkerlund has been vandalised, Fria Tider reports. The 11-year-old child died in Stockholm’s terror attack, which was committed by Rakhmat Akilov, a 39-year-old rejected asylum seeker.

Ebba Åkerlund was one of the five victims of the Stockholm terror attack in which Uzbek Rakhmat Akilov drove a truck into a shopping street in the centre of the Swedish capital in April last year.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Majority of Leave Voters Say May’s EU Proposal is a ‘Sell Out’, According to New Poll

A devastating new poll carried out by Survation has revealed that the majority of Leave voters now believe that the government’s Brexit position is a ‘sell out’.

When asked, 52% of Leave voters now say that the government’s position on Brexit talks represents a sell out — with only 25% of Leavers saying that Theresa May’s proposal is the best deal the UK could get.

Meanwhile only 29% of Brits think the agreement is faithful to the referendum result, with 49% of Leavers saying it isn’t and only 22% saying it is.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Poles, Czechs ‘On Same Wavelength’ On EU Funds, Migration: PM

Poland and the Czech Republic are “on the same wavelength” on issues including European Union funds and migration, the Polish prime minister said on Friday.

Mateusz Morawiecki was speaking after talks with his counterpart Andrej Babis in the western Czech town of Karlovy Vary.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Pope Francis Says All States Must Respect Climate Commitments

Cop24 can be milestone says Francis

(ANSA) — Vatican City, July 6 — Pope Francis on Friday called on the international community to meet the commitments made in the Paris Agreement on climate change. “The COP24 climate summit taking place in Katowice, Poland, in December can be a milestone in the path set out by the Paris Climate agreement in 2015,” Francis said.

“Much must be done to implement the Agreement.

“All governments should make the effort to honour the commitments made in Paris to avoid the worst consequences of the climate crisis. “The reduction of greenhouse gases requires honesty, courage and responsibility, above all, by the most powerful and biggest polluting countries”.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

UK: The Tragic Truth About Cousin Marriages: They Can Cause a Litany of Genetic Illnesses and They’re a Key Factor in the Deaths of Two Children a Week in Britain, So Why is it Taboo to Talk About Them, Asks Sue Reid

The World Health Organisation insists that attempts to stop consanguineous marriage are ‘undesirable and inappropriate’

The stance of local councils in Britain, including multi-cultural Oldham in Lancashire, tallies with this view

In the former cotton mill town, 20 babies born each year have a consanguinity-related disorder, of whom 11 live with chronic disability

Yet the Health and Wellbeing Board overseen by Oldham council recently said cousin marriage is an ‘integral part of cultural and social life’

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Woman Exposed to Novichok Nerve Agent Has Died

Unlike the Skripals — who miraculously walked away from their alleged exposure to the deadly nerve agent Novichok — Dawn Sturgess, 44, who was exposed on Thursday has died.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Interim or Ad Infinitum? Irish Army’s 40-Year Role in Lebanon

Martin Malone, author and former soldier, reflects on Ireland’s Unifil peacekeeping role

Unifil is a strange acronym; it reads as United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon. Interim derived from the Latin means “Meanwhile; something that is intended to be used until something else is permanently done or established”. A permanent solution, peace in the Middle East, appears a long way off. Ad Infinitum Force might be a truer description of the UN’s role in Lebanon, given its 40-year interim status. This isn’t a denigration of United Nations policy, but rather a reflection on the volatile and headstrong mindsets of the neighbour countries, the Palestinian question, and the ramifications of western interference in Iraq which ignited the current travails throughout the Levant.

Unifil was born after the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon, with a mandate to help a Lebanese government bring stability to the area. In Ireland’s case, some 32,000 individual tours of duty were completed, and my own contribution tallies five…

           — Hat tip: C. Cantoni [Return to headlines]
 

Israeli Gas Pipeline to Jordan to Start Pumping by 2020

Jewish state replaces Egypt as a gas supplier

(ANSAmed) — AMMAN, JULY 5 — A multi-billion dollar gas pipeline to transfer Israeli gas to Jordan is well underway and expected to be running within less than two years, officials said today.

The government has begun construction of the a 65-kilometre pipeline that stretches from the Kingdom’s borders with Israel in the north to Mafraq on the border, near the Syrian border.

Upon completion, Jordan would import $10 billion worth gas, or 250-300 million cubic feet, according to officials from the national electric power company. Abdel Fattah Daradka, director general of the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) said the pipeline will be completed by the end of 2019 while gas is expected to start arriving by 2020.

Jordan is expected to receive 3 billion cubic metres of gas per year, Daradka was quoted by the Jordan Times as saying.

Jordan had traditionally received gas to fuel its power stations from Egypt, but mysterious series of attacks lead to continued disruption to gas pumping to the kingdom. Source of attacks remain unknown, but they lead Jordan to make the multi-billion dollar deal with Israel, which competes with Egypt to become a major player in gas supply in the region.

The kingdom used to receive Egyptian gas under discount price due to strong political relations with Cairo, but the kingdom is expected to pay for the Israeli gas in accordance with the international price.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Thai Cave Rescue: Remaining Boys Wait for Operation to Resume

Cave divers in Thailand are poised to restart the high-risk operation to extract the remaining eight boys and their football coach from a vast flooded cave system.

Four boys were brought safely out of the cave on Sunday.

But the mission was paused overnight for air tanks to be replaced.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

South Korea: Syrian Man Arrested for Promoting IS Terrorism

A Syrian man has been arrested after allegedly promoting the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group and encouraging other foreign workers to be part of it, police said Friday.

According to the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency, the man, 33, whose identity is being withheld, was arrested for allegedly violating the anti-terrorism law, which bans activities that can endanger national security and citizens’ safety.

After receiving reports, investigators apprehended him at his residence in Pyeongtaek on June 18. Police said they found explosive material in his car and IS promotion video clips on his computer.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

World’s Smallest Living Dog, ‘Miracle Milly’, Cloned 49 Times in South Korea Laboratory

A controversial Korean laboratory has successfully cloned the world’s smallest living dog 49 times for a commercial breeder.

‘Miracle Milly,’ a six-year-old chihuahua who lives with her owner in Florida, weighed less than an ounce and could fit in a teaspoon when she was born.

The tiny pet, who entered the record books in 2013 and weighs just over a pound, is the smallest dog living in terms of height, standing at just 3.8in (9.65cm) tall.

She was cloned at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in Seoul, South Korea, in August last year.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

International Community Ignores Genocide of Christians in Nigeria

In what the Christian Association of Nigeria is calling a “pure genocide,” 238 more Christians were killed and churches desecrated by Muslims last week in the west African nation. This brings the death toll of Christians to more than 6,000 since the start of 2018.

According to a joint statement by the Christian Association, an umbrella group of various Christian denominations, “There is no doubt that the sole purpose of these attacks is aimed at ethnic cleansing, land grabbing and forceful ejection of the Christian natives from their ancestral land and heritage.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Hungary: Soros Seems to Have People Everywhere Who Insist on Flooding Europe With Migrants

Migration and Brussels’ “pro-migration policy” continue to be a threat to member states, despite the growing number of states, heads of government and citizens voicing objections to them, the ruling Fidesz party’s parliamentary spokesman told a press conference on Sunday. Another pro-government lawmaker was accusing the European Parliament of serving George Soros’s interests.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Salvini to Demand Closure of Italian Ports to ‘International Mission’ Migrant Ships

Italy wants to prevent ships operating for “international missions” from bringing migrants rescued off Libya to Italian ports, Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Sunday.

“On Thursday, I will put on the European table at Innsbruck a demand to close Italian ports to ships of international missions,” Salvini said on his Twitter account, referring to a meeting with his EU counterparts in the Austrian town next week

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Video: France’s Macron Tells Africans to Stay and ‘Succeed’ In Africa, Reduce Birth Rate

French president Emmanuel Macron has said African nations must do more to keep young people from leaving and work to reduce their birth rates to ease the migrant crisis.

“We need more Africans to succeed in Africa,” Emmanuel Macron said on a visit to the Nigerian capital, Lagos, this week. “Let’s build homes for the African youth in Africa.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

14 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/8/2018

  1. “An Absolute Bombshell”: Brexit Ministers Davis, Baker & Braverman Quit in Blow to Theresa May

    Not Braverman; Davis and Baker yes, the Braverman resignation was incorrectly reported.

    She was last seen being escorted everywhere by one of May’s enforcers and kept away from the Press.

    If she was hoping to slip into the shoes of Davis she has miscalculated – the new Brexit Secretary is one Dominic Raab.

    Why on earth he would want to pick up that poisoned chalice is anybody’s guess because any acute observer and the whole of the political rabble in Cesspit-on-Thames know that the real ‘Secretary’ is the civil service Mandarin and May toady Oliver Robbins.

    Through him May has been secretly consulting and plotting with the EU thugocracy behind the backs of Cabinet and Parliament.

    • I actually (almost) feel sorry for our PM. I voted to leave the EU, mainly over sovereignty and control of our borders, but like many “brexiteers”, would have opted to stay if we could have gone back to the original “Common Market”, without the bureacracy and diktats from unelected officials.

      Sadly this option isn’t available, and if we don’t enter into some form of free trade agreement, somewhat like the Swiss, Norwegians or Icelanders, our economy will suffer, as so many goods are manufactured in one EU country from parts made in others; parts which are currently shipped around without tariffs. Theresa May must be aware of this, and really is caught between the proverbial rock and hard place.

      I do have a lot of time for David Davies, who’s just resigned as Minister for “Brexit”; although from the right of the Conservatives, he was good friends with the late left wing Labour politician Tony Benn; presumably they saw something likeable in one another, politics notwithstanding- maybe an example for us all, and our leaders?

      • If the EU really wants to punish the UK, 13% of the current EU population, as well as the USA, and it has no other first world population to turn to to sell its high end products, it will only hurt itself.

        May is just a toady of Cameron’s, left behind to continue his policy. If a country wants to leave something and there is no threat of military invasion then it simply leaves. The EU would damage itself if it tried to pursue an acrimonious divorce. It’s not like it doesn’t have a lot of internal problems and attacking a wealthy foreign trading partner is no way to conduct business, the one thing that the EU seems to care about over all.

    • Boris Johnson’s devastating critique: They’re turning the UK into a genuine colony of the EU which would get to continue to dictate laws. But he doesn’t seem to notice that it already is a colony, of an even harsher master and in a stark reversal of historical powers. Islam dictates UK laws already, even gets to render invalid existing law without formal change. Man, people are so blind.
      https://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/07/09/boris-speaks-brexit-is-dying-white-flags-are-fluttering-may-deal-will-make-britain-an-eu-colony/

  2. Again, another idea that is understandable , but how far will it be taken

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5931785/Wolf-whistling-women-soon-hate-crime.html

    Or for the delicate micro aggressives

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/understanding-the-erotic-code/201608/misandry-the-invisible-hatred-men

    which together make me feel like a “bit of a tool” in someone else’s agenda.

    Before it all used to be called manners, but I guess they must have been biased somewhere also, a sort of “non dit” that insinuates all the same. Oh well, you can always tell people where to go still… I think… maybe ?

  3. The death of Britain comes with Sajid Javid , the first Muslim Prime Minister.

    Will Donald Trump still visit the UK following this terrible development?

    • Sorry, but I can’t resist an aircraft reference; saw a couple of V-22 Ospreys (hybrid helicopter/aircraft, used by all the US armed forces) overhead here today (just south of central London); probably rehearsing security measures for Trump’s visit.

      Oh, and Javid appears to be a secularised Muslim (they do exist), but we’ll have to wait and see how he deals with issues such as this: https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12662/britain-parliament-grooming-gangs

      • If he is ‘secularised’ then why did he take his oath of office on the Koran rather than than make a solemn declaration as is the other option to either the Koran or the Bible?

        He is an ambitious, clever, Taqiyya artist who is as much dedicated to the Islamisation of the West as that cretinous, poison dwarf Khan and he is several orders of magnitude smarter than that inbred ‘Mayor’ of Londonistan.

      • Sorry, but I believe Secularised Muslim is a fictitious creature. A Muslim cannot be secularised since Islam is not a religion in first place, just a criminal fraternity for conquest of the world. They pay taxes to headquarters (mosques), contribute to demographical changes and vote for Muslim-friendly animals. They benefit from multikulti cult, gain land, undeserved jobs and undeserved wealth redistribution. They also get access to free education in Europe. No doubt they all support this multikulti situation and serve the fraternity, directly or indirectly. They know it or not but they all do.

        • Good points, SIII and Rec.

          Saw a couple of Apache attack helicopters overhead a little while ago- Trump should visit more often!

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