What’s happening this year, week 16.

 

The week saw a predictable result for the referendum in Turkey with an outcome debated, protested and ignored by Western governments as well as a disgusting showing from a group of Democrats in America shown laughing about the suicide¹ rate of white males. This is week 16. [Updated terror attack, Paris] Continue reading

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What’s happening this year, week 15.

 

It’s been a busy week for Islamists, as they’ve dominated the headlines on an almost daily basis. In the mean time, news media online kept a large focus on a passenger being dragged off a flight, and a woman protesting against an EDL¹ protest in the UK. The latter dominated UK media with praise for the woman while once again ignoring pro-Sharia/caliphate¹ marches and Sharia courts¹ as well as ‘right wing’ protests of child sexual abuse by “Asian” gangs. This is week 15. [Updated Dortmund bombing] Continue reading

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What’s happening this year, week 12.

 

From Pakistan looking to hunt and ban blasphemy against Islam¹, to the BBC in Asia asking what the right punishment¹ for blasphemy should be (and only apologizing for the ‘provocative tweet¹‘ after outcry), this has been a week dominated by politics, religion and in small part, by French authorities wanting to shut down a ‘Doctors without borders’ refugee camp due to the unacceptable behavior¹ of the ‘refugees’. [London terror attack update] Continue reading

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What’s happening this year, week 11.

This week, a slightly more focused review as a number of developments have emerged in Europe. With the Netherlands in focus, there are a few things which have been overlooked in the international press. However, to give a better impression of the Dutch elections, we’ll need to cover events regarding Turkey and some of its communities abroad first. Continue reading

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