There is conspiracy theory and there is conspiracy fact. This is a fact. The scrubbing, censoring and whitewashing the widespread violence by Muslim migrants is policy. And it's not just the Netherlands. It's EU-wide.
The German BDS movement (Boycott, Divest, Sanction Israel) is no different from the Nazi economic boycott of the Jews in prewar Germany. In the 1930s, BDS led to the Holocaust. Preceding Kristallnacht, the Nazis held several days calling for Germans to boycott Jewish-owned businesses. This was the direct antecedent to the BDS movement. This is no different.
“I thought he should have been fired on January 20th. I thought his press conference in July where he talked about the Clinton email case was inappropriate, contrary to Department of Justice guidelines. He shouldn’t have done that.”
“The Believer” kicked off with an episode featuring a sect of cannibals whom the show associated with Hinduism. Its last episode spread fear over the threat posed by Orthodox Jews. CNN’s “Believer” clips offer Reza Aslan explaining why he’s a Muslim sandwiched between a doomsday cult leader who calls himself “Jezus”, voodoo, scientology and a Mexican death cult.
Not even Al Jazeera would have been this blatant about its Islamic agenda.
When Iran attempted to launch a cruise missile from a “midget” submarine earlier this week, Pentagon officials saw more evidence of North Korean influence in the Islamic Republic – with intelligence reports saying the submarine was based on a Pyongyang design, the same type that sank a South Korean warship in 2010.
In a modern world paralyzed and cowed by Islamic violence and leftist oppression, that it should be cartoonists on the front lines of the war is poetic and bloody brutal. If we can't stand with the cartoonist, no one and I mean no one, will be spared.
George Nathaniel Stang, 26, admitted in a handwritten statement to spray painting a swastika, “fag church,” and “heil Trump” on St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana. “I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag,” Stang wrote.
Soliman Obaid B. Altamimi, 25, went to the university's International Programs Office at the University Capitol Center around 11:30 a.m.on Friday and asked to make a speech at the graduation ceremony, according to UI police complaints. When staff told Altamimi he couldn't give a speech, he replied that he "will bring a gun to the final ceremony."