She choo-choo-chose a train station to be her life partner. Carol Santa Fe, a self-identified objectum sexual, says she’s been in love with San Diego’s historic Santa Fe train depot since the age of 9. “We first consummated our love a few years ago when I felt the wall behind me, and I felt this energy,” she says, claiming she and “Daidra” have been romantic since 2011. “I came close to an orgasm and I was scared I’d get caught by the station staff.” Carol joins the list of people attracted to famous structures, including Erika Eiffel and Eklöf Berliner-Mauer, who “married” the Berlin Wall in 1979.
Paul Cruickshank went out of his way to, not unfairly, remind viewers that there may be other explanations behind the attack. “It must also be noted that in recent months in Europe, there’s been a number of false flag plots where right wing have been trying to blame Islamizts for terrorism,” before adding “we have seen that in Germany in recent weeks.”
Tucker Carlson debated New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams (D) over the city's Puerto Rican Day Parade deciding to honor an FALN member. Carlson said the parade organizers decided to honor Oscar Lopez Rivera, who was implicated in several terrorist attacks in the United States in the 1980s. The FALN committed at least 100 bombings in the Lower 48, according to National Review. Rivera spent decades in prison until his sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama. Carlson told Williams that Lopez Rivera killed five people in New York in his quest to have Puerto Rico become its own Communist society.
"You represent New York City, a city you think would be sensitive to terror [but are] endorsing a terrorist," Carlson said. Williams said Lopez Rivera's "terrorist" status depends on the observer's vantage point. He said the United States considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist until 2008, and that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated for his activism. "Are you really comparing him to Nelson Mandela?" Carlson asked. "The most dangerous man in America [according to] the FBI?" Williams said he supported nonviolent activism and maintained Lopez Rivera is not a terrorist. The NYPD and other groups in town have condemned the parade's decision.
Katy Perry, who has time and again made no secret of her double-digit IQ, gave another display of her distance from reality after the massacre committed by an Islamic terrorist in Manchester, England at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.
In an interview on Tuesday with Elvis Duran on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, Perry offered her profound advice: “Just unite and love on each other.” That would have been insulting enough after knowing that some Islamic fanatic had murdered and maimed children with nails, but there was more; Perry and Duran lived in their own world in which the only thing that seemingly mattered was that the fan bases of Perry and Ariana Grande get along, and that the best answer to Islamic terrorism was to simply produce more concerts.
Duran prompted the idiocy with some of his own, saying, “The first thing I thought of this morning was, I just want to go to a concert. I just want to prove to the world that we need to get together and have festive get-togethers like your tour that you just announced. What are your thoughts on that?”
Perry: “You know, I can’t tell anyone else how they should feel, but I just feel devastated.”
Duran, impressed: “Yeah?”
Duran: “Yeah. So you should. We all should. It’s a sad thing. People getting together for what is supposed to be the elevating show.” He said confidently, “And you know, they will continue. They will happen.”
Perry then waxed as eloquent as she could manage:
What an elitist twat! Hey Katy, how about you get rid of your security and body guards? I mean why have that moat of security in front of the stage every concert, just have NO BARRIERS and COEXIST with everyone at your show? And while you are at it, how about getting rid of your mansion's security, no gates or guards, just let every homeless guy shit on your daisies, you brain dead ameba. One must fear for our youth. They have this bimbo, Miley, and Grande leading the music pack. The Three Slutskateers giving life lessons and policy expertise. God help us all.
Comedian Steve Greene absolutely eviscerates liberals by mocking their attempts to silence free speech in America by claiming white people don't have the privilege to talk due to their history.
Ironically, a lot of the people on the list to were attempting to stop white people from talking, are in fact white people. Just people with money! Like celebrities.
A spooky video has captured a strange floating orb and a ghost-like figure rushing towards the camera in an old haunted cottage. The video appears to be filmed in a small dimly lit cottage kitchen capturing strange floating orbs and a woman like figure approaching the camera. The video starts with a dark and gloomy room before balls of faint light shooting across the screen appear, which are often described as 'orbs' by ghost hunters. When the camera pans across - a white shadowy figure appears to be moving towards the camera. The figure only lasts a few seconds but rushes towards the camera before fading. The person behind the camera appears to panic and drop the camera down before the video ends. The orbs are often debated to be either light refraction or dust by skeptics or anomaly's by ghost chasers.
A hardline Muslim preacher from Sydney's west has told hijab-wearing Muslim women it's sinful for them to reveal their ears or their neck in public. Nassim Abdi, a fundamentalist Sunni, has castigated Muslim women for trying to copy the fashion styles of other Muslim women. 'The sister, why are you wearing it like this? Because other women are wearing it like this?,' he asked this week. 'You show only your face and your hands. Not your neck and your ears.' He also said 'following a trend' was haram, the Arabic word for sinful. His advice would appear to have fallen on deaf ears with high-profile Australian Muslim women who reveal their ears under their hijabs, including Susan Carland, the wife of The Project's Waleed Aly and axed ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied. The opinionated fashion expert, from the hardline Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah Association, even had a word for Muslim women who liked to exercise outside. 'What we see with sisters walking down the street in skin-tight pants or in runners or in leggings or yoga pants,' Mr Abdi said. His words on appropriate attire were delivered in Auburn, the same suburb in Sydney's west which has erected a curtain around the Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre to shield Muslim women. Men weren't spared either in his lecture, with Mr Abdi concerned about Muslim men choosing un-Islamic hairstyles. 'His haircut starts up here and it comes down this way. Or another haircut comes out here and he's left something down from here,' he said. He was also upset with Muslim men wear tight shorts, which may be news to Muslim-convert New Zealand rugby union international Sonny Bill Williams. 'Brothers wearing short shorts ... and he's walking down the street showing this particular part of his body or that particular part of his body and the clothes are so tight, I don't know how he fits into his clothes,' he said. 'All because of what? Because of fashion.'
A child is run over by a truck at a construction site. Not sure why there was a toddler running around at a construction site but whatever. No info as far as whether or not the kid survived but it doesn't look good to me.
Clinton Insider, Larry Nichols— the man who exposed numerous Clinton scandals including Monica Lewinsky, Whitewater, and others—shares some of the most critical, crucial and concise information about Donald Trump, Impeachment, and the Democrats. He shares BOMBSHELL information from his sources about just who they might have in the waiting if Donald Trump is impeached.
Manchester attacker Salman Abedi returned from Libya just days before he killed 22 people in the deadliest attack in Britain since 7/7, friends have revealed. Up to 6,000 ISIS fighters are currently thought to operate out of dozens of camps around the country, which has become a popular destination for foreign radicals because it is easier to get into than Syria or Iraq. The African nation has been a hotbed of ISIS activity since at least 2014, and while it is not known if Abedi was trained there, Sousse beach attacker Seifeddine Rezgui did visit Libyan camps before carrying out his own massacre in 2015. Anis Amri, the Berlin truck attacker, is also thought to have had contact with people in training camps in Libya before his killing spree, though it is not clear if he actually went to the country. Libya's coast, located just across the Mediterranean from Italy, also provides the ideal staging point for attackers to be sent into Europe to carry out atrocities. Jihadis capable of training such attackers have been flooding to Libya from Iraq and Syria as their stronghold of Mosul in Iraq falls to government troops, and their de-facto capital of Raqqa comes under threat. American security services have been warning of the threat since ISIS first emerged in Libya, back in 2014, saying there were 'several hundreds' fighters entering training camps there at the time. In 2015 that threat escalated fighters seized Sirte, the same town where Gaddafi was killed, establishing a base of operations with direct access to the coast. At one point it was estimated there were 6,000 ISIS fighters in and around the city. The same year, English-speaking female jihadis were found to be using social media to try to lure western Muslims to join them in Libya. Three women, believed to be British, were monitored for months by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue in 2015, a UK-based thinktank. They used a variety of social media platforms, including Twitter and encrypted messaging apps such as Surespot and Telegram, to advertise journeying to Libya as an easy way to join ISIS's so-called caliphate. Later in 2015 Rezgui launched his attack using grenades and an AK47 rifle, using training he had picked up in a Libyan camp, having travelled there from Tunisia. Rezgui pledged allegiance to ISIS before his attack. Other militants who traveled with him are thought to have been responsible for another attack on the Bardo Museum, in Tunis, which killed 22. In 2016, European leaders met with Barack Obama to discuss the growing threat, agreeing there was a 'window of opportunity' to drive them out of their power base. As a result the US launched a series of bombing raids on training camps, and in February claimed to have killed Noureddine Chouchane, the man who masterminded the Sousse attack, along with 30 other fighters. Later the same year, US-backed militias supported by American airstrikes forced ISIS to flee from Sirte, before Obama approved two bombing raids on more camps outside the city, killing 80. Further US bombing raids in January 2017 targeted men with links to Berlin truck attacker Amri at two camps 45km (28miles) south of Sirte. Then-US defense secretary Ashton Carter said the targets 'were external plotters who were actively planning operations against our allies in Europe.' On Wednesday this week, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Manchester Arena bomber Abedi, who was of Libyan descent, was 'known to security services up to a point'. Friends say he took repeated trips to the country, returning from one just days before his attack, which killed at least 22. If Abedi manufactured the device himself, he would almost certainly have needed training of the kind which is provided at camps in Libya. However, it is not known if this is where he acquired the expertise, or even if he made the bomb. He is known to have gone to London before Manchester, raising the prospect he was given the device be an unknown bomb-maker before detonating it. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said it 'seems likely' he was not acting alone in the run up to the massacre. French interior minister Gerard Collomb said this morning that Abedi is believed to have travelled to Syria, where he also could have been trained.
I think people get bullied for so long, and then they fight back,” said MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Monday’s Hardball, describing “Palestinians” as victims of Israeli oppression.
Matthew framed mass murder terrorist attacks executed by “Palestinians” — both Islamic and otherwise — as a reaction to oppression they claim to suffer at the hands of the Israeli state:
You know what they’re destroying? I’ve been there.When you go over there to the Palestinian territories, sure, there are terrorists, and they should be punished — by the people over there, that’s where I think they’ve gotta act — but then you have these Palestinian business guys, regular guys like us, just regular people, they’re peaceful, they are being bothered every day of their life to run their business. They have to sit there with some Israeli soldier pointing his gun at them, for three or four hours at every checkpoint. They’re humiliating those people. When’s that cauldron gonna blow?
Earlier in the segment, Matthews claimed that President Donald Trump was not pushing for “human rights" in Saudi Arabia, which he asserted former President Barack Obama had done.
Matthews also claimed that Trump had bowed to King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz, just as Obama had done. News media outlets such as The Washington Post falsely claimed Trump was bowing to Salman while accepting a medal.
Police in Indonesia have set up a task force to target the gay community amid a country-wide crackdown on homosexuality.
Anton Charliyan, police chief of West Java, the country's most populous province, announced the plan on Tuesday, saying gays suffer 'a disease of the body and soul'.
It comes after two men were whipped for having gay sex in Aceh province on Tuesday, and after police arrested 141 men over a 'gay sex party' at a sauna in the capital Jakarta on Sunday.
Homosexuality is legal everywhere in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority country, except Aceh where it is prohibited under sharia law, which also prohibits people from dressing provocatively and stops women going out at night.
Gays across Indonesia are often targeted using loosely-worded pornography laws.
Responding to the Jakarta raid, Charliyan said: 'I hope there are no followers in West Java, no gay or LGBT lifestyle or tradition.
'If there's anyone following it, they will face the law and heavy social sanctions. They will not be accepted in society.'
He also called on members of the public to report suspicious activity to the police.
The two men in Aceh province, aged 20 and 23, were caught after vigilantes burst into their home and filmed them in bed together while abusing and spitting on them.
Charliyan said the police 'task force' would include intelligence specialists and was concerned with disrupting 'secret parties'.
A spokesman for national police said Charilyan's approach does not reflect federal policy, though he noted officers 'regularly' carry out such raids.
Charliyan's comments follow a spate of high-profile police actions against gay clubs and parties just as the country's Constitutional Court is due to rule on a petition to outlaw homosexuality and adultery.
On Sunday, police detained 141 men and released photos of some of them in varying states of undress to the media, revealing many of their identities.
Only 10 of the men have been declared suspects, five remain under investigation and 126 were released.
The police said the photos were released due to 'procedural errors'.
However, LGBT activists said the release of the images was part of a police pattern of publicly shaming of gay people. The two Acehnese men, caned 82 times each on Tuesday, were punished in front of a crowd of more than 1,000.
In Indonesia's second-largest city of Surabaya in East Java, 14 gay men were arrested, tested for HIV and the results made public, Indonesian media reported.
On Tuesday, North Jakarta police chief Dwiyono took journalists through the gay club raided on Sunday.
As they climbed three floors, he pointed out a gym, a communal jacuzzi used for 'striptease' and a cluster of cubicles for sex.
'This door can only be opened if you pay 185,000 rupiah ($14) to the receptionist,' he said. 'In here, there's no change room, you just tear off your clothes and use a towel.'
Indonesian President Joko Widodo last year gave qualified support for the gay community, telling the BBC that 'there should be no discrimination against anyone'.
However, his defence minister, Ryamizard Ryacudu, suggested that homosexuality was a national security threat and part of a 'proxy war' waged against Indonesia by foreign states.
A Pew Research Center poll in 2013 found 93 percent of respondents in Indonesia disagreed that 'society should accept homosexuality'. Indonesia's Islamist groups have long called for the criminalisation of gay sex.
The Islamic Defenders Front, the vigilante group that led huge rallies against the now-convicted Jakarta governor, has cooperated with police in curbing alleged vice for more than a decade.
The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems until the final days before Donald Trump was elected president last fall, according to once top-secret documents that chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses to date by the U.S. intelligence community.
More than 5 percent, or one out of every 20 searches seeking upstream Internet data on Americans inside the NSA’s so-called Section 702 database violated the safeguards Obama and his intelligence chiefs vowed to follow in 2011, according to one classified internal report reviewed by Circa.
The Obama administration self-disclosed the problems at a closed-door hearing Oct. 26 before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that set off alarm. Trump was elected less than two weeks later.
The normally supportive court censured administration officials, saying the failure to disclose the extent of the violations earlier amounted to an “institutional lack of candor” and that the improper searches constituted a “very serious Fourth Amendment issue,” according to a recently unsealed court document dated April 26, 2017.
The admitted violations undercut one of the primary defenses that the intelligence community and Obama officials have used in recent weeks to justify their snooping into incidental NSA intercepts about Americans.
Yesterday an armed Muslim man interrupted another vigil held by Londoners in order to mourn those who lost their lives in the Manchester attack that was carried out by an Islamists who sworn oath to Isis.
Today, even more Muslims showed up and decided to make a spectacle of the vigil by holding banners that said "love for all, hate for none," which seems a bit ironic considering they did absolutely nothing to thwart not only this terrorist attack but several other terrorist attacks that have happened around the country.
They have even taken it upon themselves to interrupt a vigil that was supposed to be quiet and peaceful.
A “self-marriage” movement is growing across the country.
They’re part of a growing relationship trend called sologamy.
Erika Anderson, a 37-year-old from Brooklyn, New York, planned a formal ceremony with a white dress, flower bouqet, and walk down the aisle. Only, no one was waiting for her and that was just the way she wanted it.
Anderson says she grew tired of people asking why she was still single, so in front of friends and family, she married herself.
Self-marriage, or sologamy, is growing, partly because it’s popping up in pop culture, like when an episode of “Sex and the City” floated the idea.
The movement has gone global and companies are trying to capitalize. Marry Yourself in Canada offers consulting and wedding photography.
San Francisco’s Jeffrey Levin started a website called IMarriedMe.com. There, you’ll find sologamy ceremony kits that include a wedding band, daily affirmation cards and vows.
“I think it’s increased over the years and it’s something that’s becoming more understood and more accepted,” Levin said.
Anderson married herself to celebrate independence and believes others should, too.
“You’re worth it,” Anderson said.
Anderson just celebrated her one-year anniversary with a solo trip to Mexico.
She said even though she’s married to herself, she’s dating and open to marrying another person.
Top Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Thursday that they have not yet seen any evidence that the Donald Trump campaign colluded with the Russians during the 2016 election, even as hearings meant to probe the unsubstantiated claims dominate Capitol Hill.
“I think, uh. I haven’t seen the evidence because it hasn’t been made public,” Sen. Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire told The American Spectator during recess in a Foreign Relations Committee hearing featuring Madeleine Albright. “So I’m waiting to see what the intelligence committees come up with.”
“Um, the investigation is ongoing,” Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia told The American Spectator, declining to confirm that he has seen any evidence.
“Well, I think there’s a bunch of really really suspicious contacts” Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico told The American Spectator. “And the timing, and the contacts, it doesn’t look good for them. It looks very very suspicious.”
Pressed on evidence, Udall confirmed that he has not seen definitive proof. “There is significant evidence that there were a number of contacts, and the question is, what was said? It looks very suspicious.” Democrats have been focusing on the fact that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a Trump campaign surrogate, met with the Russian ambassador at the Republican National Convention at an event set up by the Obama State Department and co-sponsored by the Heritage Foundation.
“That’s why they’re having the committee hearings today, and I haven’t seen the results of the committee hearings yet,” Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware said. “And I haven’t seen the results of the committee hearings yet.”
“I’m going to my hearing,” Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey told The American Spectator, laughing nervously.
Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, would not answer The American Spectator‘s repeated questions about the lack of evidence, even though he stated in the hearing in no uncertain terms that “Russia sought to undermine and interfere in our elections.”
Both the Senate Foreign Relations and Intelligence Committees convened hearings Thursday to investigate the Trump-Russia suspicions, which so far have not been backed up by a single piece of incontrovertible evidence.
West Yorkshire Police say they are investigating an online video in which a ten-year-old boy is chased and beaten by two MUSLIM youths. In the video, the boy is kicked and punched by two MUSLIM attackers before trying to escape in a nearby garden. One of the youths then kicks and punches him repeatedly as he is lying on the ground.
A statement on West Yorkshire Police’s Contact Centre Twitter account posted this afternoon read: “We are aware of the video posted on Facebook regarding the attack on a 10-year-old child. Police are investigating.”
West Yorkshire Police later added a further update via its Facebook page, which read: “Police would like to ask the public to refrain from posting a video of an alleged attack on a youth, which is believed to have occurred in Bradford.
A huge ferry crashed into a dock, crushed containers as its ramp broke, blocking the pathway for cars. People ran away in panic as the boat, which had travelled from Puerto Rico to the Dominican Republic, crashed into a dock during a berthing manoevure. The accident happened in the port of Sansouci, in the city of Santo Domingo, capital of Dominican Republic. It damaged the dock and left vehicles on the road unable to get through. Victor Gomez Casanova, the director of the Dominican Port Authority, said that neither the crew nor any passengers were injured. Everyone aboard the ferry managed to evacuate the boat without incident. According to local media, the boat’s ropes collapsed, making it move around 50 feet. The ramp that connected the boat with the dock also moved, crashing into containers. Videos from witnesses show the way the giant boat ramp moves and crashes into containers, as people flee in a panic.An investigation to determine how the crash happened has been opened. Despite the damage, the activity at the port is continuing normally, Casanova said. But he did say all types of manoeuvre in the port could be risky. Nestor Gonzalez Garcia, the President of the company Caribe Ferries, told the press the emergency protocol was activate, so nobody was injured. The boat was not badly damaged and should be back in service within two weeks.
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro excoriated opposition protesters on Sunday for setting a man on fire during a demonstration, accusing them of targeting him for being pro-government.
“A person was set on fire, beaten up, stabbed… They nearly lynched him, just because he shouted out that he was a ‘Chavista’,” Maduro said, referring to the ruling socialist movement set up by his predecessor Hugo Chavez.
Witnesses to the incident on Saturday afternoon, including a Reuters photographer, said the crowd had accused the man of being a thief.
About 100 people, who had been participating in anti-Maduro protests, surrounded him, doused him in gasoline and set him alight in Plaza Altamira in east Caracas, the witnesses said.