Britain appears to be cracking down on deportations of terrorists as well as hard-core criminals, while Canada, with its new liberal administration, dons kid gloves to deal with terrorists. Although in the case mentioned below, it took the United Kingdom an eternity to wake up.
An article in the Independent reports on the Home Secretary, the British cabinet level position that deals with immigration, citizenship, and crime policy,
“Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is planning to significantly increase her department’s use of legal powers that allow serious criminals with dual nationality to have their British citizenship withdrawn.”
It is hard to find a country in today’s world that isn’t experiencing an uptick in violent Islamic terrorism. Surprisingly Japan is not one of those countries having to deal with the aftermath of mass shootings, beheadings, or other known-wolf attacks on their citizens.
Walter “Brian” Bilbro, a husband and father of two, has filed a Lawsuit naming Governor Nikki Haley, The South Carolina Department of Social Services (SCDSS), Lutheran Services and World Relief of Spartanburg as Co-Defendants. The allegations in the lawsuit seek equitable and other relief to stop the State 2016 Refugee Resettlement Plan.
Simply put, he wants to prevent the state from settling any more refugees or asylees until a full accounting of the Federal, State, and County monies being allocated for this program are fully investigated.
Rape is nothing to the Sharia Muslim. This culture sees nothing wrong with men taking whomever or whatever they want to satisfy their sexual needs at any given moment. Let’s just suppose there is a man in his 20’s enjoying a few hours at the pool jumping off the diving board, and notices a ten year old boy who he’d like to rape. He finds him alone and proceeds to enjoy himself, and then continues his fun in the water after he is satisfied.
The story is, as you would expect, not a hypothetical, but one that occurred in Vienna, Austria in December by a 20 year old Iraqi migrant who came into Europe through the Balkans last September. The article states,
“We lost more Americans on Extortion 17 than at Benghazi, Fort Hood, and Chattanooga combined. No loss is acceptable because of a rules-of-engagement failure, but Extortion 17 is the Mother of all Failures, yet most Americans don’t know about it. 30 of our finest servicemen, including 17 US Navy SEALs.”
After the killing of bin Laden, before Benghazi, was the shoot down of Extortion 17 by Islamic jihadists. The call sign had been given to the CH-47D helicopter and the mission dubbed, “Lefty Grove”. It occurred in the early morning hours of August 6, 2011 in the Taliban stronghold along the Tangi River Valley, Wardak Province, Afghanistan.
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On February 19th the Syrian government moved troops towards the Northern Syrian city of Afrin, where Turkish troops are currently engaging the Syrian Kurdish Peoples Protection Unit (YPG). Over the […]
Regardless of how you feel about guns and the Second Amendment, one thing BOTH sides have come to agree on tonight: National Rifle Association Spokeswoman Dana Loesch did a phenomenal job tonight during the #StudentsStandUp Town Hall put on by CNN. I have no love for the @NRA, but I have to respect @DLoesch for […]
According to Alfonso Calderon, a survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch isn’t living in a reality. Florida school shooting survivor Alfonso Calderon on the NRA's Dana Loesch: "She isn't living in reality. How dare she!" #StudentStandUp https://t.co/iKJBFUaQUW — Deena Zeina Zaru (@Deena_CNN) February 22, 2018 Is she living […]
Twitter launched into a tirade against NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch. It’s not really surprising though, considering how gun control advocates LOVE to voice their disdain for Loesch on Twitter. Some of the tweets, however, are beyond barbaric. We can’t ban machine guns because it makes much more sense to turn every school into Alcatraz and […]
By: Cliff Kincaid Ronald Reagan would be rolling over in his grave if he knew what the leadership of the American Conservative Union (ACU) was doing to the conservative movement. The ACU, which sponsors the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has destroyed one leg of Reagan’s “three-legged stool” approach to conservatism, and has greatly undermined […]
Russian interference in the 2016 US elections should come as no surprise. Moscow, both under Soviet and neo-Soviet (Putinist) rule, has attempted to influence US elections since the 1920s – usually on the Democratic Party side. Cross-posted from WND. The Soviets historically used the communist-controlled unions and co-opted journalists as the means to manipulate elections. […]
By: Denise Simon | Founders Code Cyberattacks cost the United States between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016 The report published by the White House Council of Economic Advisers examines the cyberattacks cost that malicious cyber activities cause to the U.S. economy. Paganini: How much cost cyber attacks to the US? According to a report published by […]