“Plight of the poor muslim refugees in the Calais Jungle” was interrupted by three muslim refugees who gang raped the film’s female interpreter at knife-point 

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A female interpreter for a French journalist has been raped near the notorious Calais ‘Jungle’ migrant camp, the authorities confirmed. Reports have also emerged that the woman’s attackers were three Pashto-speaking Afghan male asylum seekers.RT  The incident took place when a Pashto interpreter and a freelance journalist were making a story about the ‘Jungle’ camp for France 5 TV channel on Tuesday morning, according to Pascal Marconville, prosecutor of the city of Boulogne-sur-Mer in the Pas-de-Calais region.

Source: OH, THIS IS RICH! Filming of documentary about “Plight of the poor Muslim refugees in the Calais Jungle” was interrupted by three Muslim refugees who gang raped the film’s female interpreter at knife-point – BARE NAKED ISLAM

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French author accuses Presidents Hollande & Sarkozy of having blood on their hands for accepting the conquest and colonization of France by muslims 

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Author Philippe de Villiers says they have disarmed the borders and installed into the heart of France a “super-nation” called the Ummah – believers in Islam – which is a counter society which believes itself to be superior to all other societies and therefore comes with the goal of eliminating all the kuffar (unbelievers).

Source: French author accuses Presidents Hollande & Sarkozy of having blood on their hands for accepting the conquest and colonization of France by Muslims – BARE NAKED ISLAM

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What the New York Times Left Out About Obama’s ‘Secret War’ in Somalia

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Sharmini Peries speaks to Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report who recounts what was left out of a recent New York Times story on the U.S. role in Somalia, namely the more than two decades of American involvement there. (The Real News)

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South Africa’s Move on ICC Raises Concerns of African Exodus

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Christopher Torchia reports for the Associated Press:

Michael MasuthaSouth Africa on Friday reversed its early support for the International Criminal Court and said it will withdraw from it, raising concerns of a possible African exodus that would undermine a human rights tribunal accused by some leaders of unfairly targeting the continent.

The announcement followed a similar decision by Burundi this week and was criticized by human rights groups that see the ICC as the best means of pursuing perpetrators of the world’s worst atrocities. The treaty creating the court entered into force in 2002 after years of efforts by South Africa’s post-apartheid government and others.

No country has ever withdrawn from the ICC. Now, the debate over a mass African withdrawal is expected to be a “hot issue” at an African Union summit in January 2017, said Oryem Okello, deputy foreign minister of Uganda, a critic of the court.

“We think…

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Australia Admits Gun Buyback Failure, Announces Amnesty – Bearing Arms

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The Australian government has begrudging and indirectly admitted the failure of their strict gun control laws, which included a gun buyback scheme that has been ignored by hundreds of thousands of citizens. In a desperate attempt to get guns out of the hands of citizens who refuse to give them up, the Justice Minister has …

Source: Australia Admits Gun Buyback Failure, Announces Amnesty – Bearing Arms

All the law has done in Australia is to turn otherwise law-abiding but non-compliant citizens into criminals in the eyes of the law, while having very little effect on crime at all.

Only there will be a helluvalot more ‘criminals’, formerly law abiding, taxpaying citizens, in America should the Arkansas Witch win and try to impose crap like Australia does..Does she really think Americans will willingly give up ‘Liberty’?

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FCC Approves Foreign Takeover of U.S. Broadcasters

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While we are focused on the election, the giving away of American interests move into high gear. Last week, control of the internet. One the most important assets of our country and important so that any dissident voices can be heard. But wait, they are not done yet. Let’s allow the takeover by foreign entities of the whole damn enchilada. Read it and weep. Read the whole thing.

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on September 29th did something worse than give up control of the Internet. They voted unanimously to put America’s entire broadcast industry on the fast track to a foreign takeover by Chinese, Russian or Muslim Brotherhood front corporations.

This new FCC rule gives foreign interests the long sought-after tools they need to shape U.S. public opinion and to censor the opposition.

Once a foreign corporation scoops up a media business, such as…

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What Is The Difference Between Populism And Democracy?

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Matthew Continetti gives us one version of history:

Trump’s strongest supporters are drawn from the network of institutions, spokesmen, and causes established by the New Right some 40 years ago. The single-issue groups fighting for gun rights, the right to life, and right to work are behind him. So is the American Conservative Union. Opinion at the Heritage Foundation is divided, leaving the conservative powerhouse rather muted during 2016. Other institutions have picked up the slack. Trump is promoted by cable news, talk radio, bloggers, the Drudge Report, Breitbart, and Infowars.com.

Phyllis Schlafly was one of Trump’s most committed supporters before her death earlier this year. Buchanan cheers on Trump at every opportunity. Jerry Falwell Jr. gave Trump his blessing. “Donald Trump will be helping to advance the conservative movement,” Viguerie said last summer.

Claremont Institute logoTrump deploys New Right symbols and tropes. His antagonism toward the Eastern establishment…

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