OIC funneled $325,000 through Hamas-linked CAIR to Georgetown University to support restriction of free speech, criminalization
More greeks furious at the idea that they can no longer enslave Germans and French people to pay for lavish social programs that no one else in Europe has.
A small group of women rallied outside the Saudi embassy Wednesday to protest the kingdom’s ban on female drivers. "They have international support, that we do believe in them. We do believe that women have the right to drive,” said Moshtayeen Ahmad, one of the protesters.
galliawatch 15 June 2011
Most of you are probably aware by now that Oskar Freysinger and Geert Wilders met in The Hague. You can view their ten-minute video several places. Here is the link to YouTube.
The first three minutes and twenty seconds are in French. Freysinger explains that the two men were supposed to meet in Switzerland, but there was a peaceful protest by Muslim activists and the Swiss President complied with their demands. So, as he says of Wilders, "since he could not go to the mountain, the mountain has come to him." Here is a rough idea of what he said:
Gates of Vienna 15 June 2011
The news report below from AFP is about the fracas in Brussels today, as described in my earlier post. In it you can see Filip Dewinter and other members of Vlaams Belang as they put up their Independent Flanders street signs, only to have them taken down. Meanwhile they are arrested and handcuffed for their trouble.
Right Side News 15 June 2011
By Daniel Greenfield
There are frayed nerves in Silicon Valley at the prospect of the United Nations asserting a growing role in internet governance. But why indeed should that be? The United Nations is generally beloved the further left of center you go by people who agree that American power, wealth, productivity and decision making should be turned over to international bodies, most notably the UN. And if the UN is so wonderful and so much betterthan any government chosen by the American people could ever be, why not turn over the internet to it?
English Defence League 15 June 2011
The EDL challenge the distinction between moderates and radicals, and encourage the emergence of reformists and modernisers
Christian Broadcasting Network 15 June 2011
On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News takes an exclusive look at Turkish imam Fetullah Gülen -- a man who some have called the world's most dangerous Islamist.
Gülen directs his global Islamic movement not from the Middle East, but from Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.
Maryam Namazie speaking at the Atheist Alliance International conference in Dublin, June 2011. Maryam gave the keynote speech followed by a question and answer session.