EuropeNews 12 November 2011
Henrik R. Clausen
One of the recurring themes of the current intellectual elite is the battle against racism and xenophobia. This is rooted in the atrocities of the Second World War, the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), and the UN Convention for Ending all forms of Racism and Discrimination (CERD). There is a broad push to teach everyone about racism and xenophobia, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is at the heart of this effort.
The Vienna offices of OSCE at Hofburg, Vienna
A conference in Hofburg, Vienna, was called on November 10th - 11th to coordinate these efforts, entitled OSCE meeting on preventing racism and hate crimes begins with calls for greater efforts to combat intolerance. This article shows how that is carried out in practice.
WND 12 November 2011
By Diana West
We haven't had a good, old-fashioned "feeding frenzy," a la Herman Cain, for a long time – maybe not since the days of Dan Quayle. I'm talking about the kind of media wilding where someone is a whole person one day, and then the piranhas swim in and a gnawed carcass is all that remains. It's especially hard to look at when the victim joins in to shoot himself in the foot, but that's another story.
Hudson New York 12 November 2011
By Soeren Kern
A new report shows that thousands of young women and girls in Germany are victims of forced marriages every year.
Spurned lover launched frenzied hammer attack on teaching assistant as primary school teachers watched in horror
Winds of Jihad 7 November 2011
I posted this fartwa from the mufti Ibrahim Desai in March 2010. This morning I had a discussion with one of my favorite moonbats who just couldn’t get his head around the fact that rape of captured women (or slave women) should be seen as a duty, an ‘act of kindness, to cure the bereaved of their sorrow’, having lost their menfolk to the marauding Muslims. I’m posting it again here just to remind you of the depravity of this revolting cult.