A gay couple from Serbia were nearly beaten to death at a German refugee camp. The couple had contacted gay activists before the beating to say they were uncomfortable at the home. Obviously, they were right to be concerned. Breitbart.com reported,via Religion of Peace: Gay rights campaigner Javid Nabiyev posted a video to his Facebook page claiming that two Serbian men who had come to Germany as asylum seekers were beaten within an inch of their lives at an asylum home, with both being hospitalised. He released partial footage from the aftermath of the beating which showed a man lying battered and bloody on the floor next to him.
Mr. Nabiyev said that although many consider Serbia to be a safe country, the individuals who were beaten had to flee the Balkan nation because their own family members had threatened violence toward them. He went on to say that they attempted to hide their sexuality from the other asylum seekers – a move which was recommended by social workers. The couple had contacted Nabiyev many months before the attack to say they felt uncomfortable in the asylum home. Nabiyev attempted to have them transferred to a different home but was unable because authorities saw no health or safety danger to the couple.
“They don’t want to believe you about your situation when you are complaining in a verbal way,” Nabiyev said in the video, blaming the system for only acting after an attack rather than trying to prevent them.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help from the community to identify several subjects who were involved in a recent stolen vehicle crash.
On Friday July 7th, 2017 a 2006 Toyota Avalon was reported stolen out of Pittsfield Township. On 7/12/17 just after 4pm that vehicle was located in the area of Barrington and Stamford in Superior Township after the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office received a call from neighbors regarding a traffic crash that had just taken place.
The stolen vehicle was traveling west bound on Barrington and struck a parked vehicle prior to what you will see in the video below. The stolen vehicle continued west bound coming over the shoulder and onto the grass before striking a small tree and coming to a rest on its roof.
The video from a neighbors security camera and at 12 seconds you will see the stolen vehicle crash and shortly afterwards you will see several subjects flee the scene.
Kim Clijsters gives a fan in the crowd a tennis skirt, and a chance to be part of the match.
Anti-Islamization activists in Denmark visited Roskilde Mayor Joy Mogensen’s house at 5am to blast out a Muslim call to prayer in protest against Mogensen’s support for the construction of a new mosque.
Stop the Islamization of Denmark (SIAD) paid a visit to both Mogensen and Bishop Peter Fischer Møller after both appeared in a photo-op to promote the building of the new mosque, which will be the first in Denmark to include minarets, a distinctive tower structure typically found adjacent to mosques.
Activists fear the new mosque could get approval to broadcast the early morning call to prayer on loudspeakers after Parliament rejected a proposal from the Danish People’s Party that would have prohibited the Islamic call to prayer throughout Denmark.
Bishop Møller later claimed that he hadn’t been awoken by the stunt, prompting members of SIAD to vow to get louder speakers and pay him another visit.
The incident is similar to when Swedish activists visited a wealthy neighborhood of pro-multicuturalism leftists to broadcast the same call to prayer early in the morning.
At least three people are dead after a huge fire engulfed a block of flats in Honolulu.
You can’t disagree with the left anymore without some sort of ulterior motive ascribed to you. After all, if you were a good person, you would think like them. It’s obvious to Democrat pollster Cornell Belcher, who appeared on Thursday's The 11th Hour with Brian Williams, why Senate Republicans want to repeal Affordable Care Act: it’s because President Obama is black. While ObamaCare drove up premiums nationwide, decimated insurance exchanges and brought the United States one step closer to single-payer, Republicans- and by extension, the people who voted for them- just don’t like the fact that we had an “African-American President.”
For Republicans, Belcher claimed that “this isn’t about health care.” After Belcher uttered that, the audience sat on the edge of their seat, waiting for the ill-motive he was going to ascribe to his political opponents. Why isn’t it about health care? Is it just an excuse for Republicans to exercise their masochistic desire to kill old women and the poor? Or because they hate the disabled? Rather than the low-brow approach of saying your opponent wants to kill poor people, Belcher took the high road, instead claiming Republicans so despise the concept of an African-American President that they’d do anything to take any “legacy of him off the face of the planet." Not because he was a radical progressive, but because of the melanin level in his skin.
It’s obviously legitimate to disagree or viciously disapprove of the Senate health bill, but one would hope in the wake of the escalated climate of political violence we could stop claiming our opponents are motivated by hatred.
The tourists on holiday in Costa Rica had a camera directed at the group of cute white-nosed coatis foraging on the river bank when the crocodile struck
Floyd Mayweather attacked Conor McGregor with a homophobic slur and accused the UFC fighter of racism in the final leg of a promotional tour that has descended into an ugly war of words.
The UFC lightweight champion was again forced to defend himself against allegations of racism as Mayweather rounded on him at a heated press call in front of 10,000 fans at Wembley Arena.
“Racism still exists. It’s all about treating people like you want to be treated. To get respect you must give respect,” said Mayweather, who then called McGregor a “faggot” on stage.
“He totally disrespected black women. He called black people monkeys. Then he spoke disrespectfully to my mother and my daughter. There are certain levels you don’t stoop to and certain levels you just don’t go to. I love everybody from all walks of life.”
Claims of racism against McGregor were first levelled during the opening two legs of the four-date journey through North America and Europe to generate publicity for their August 26 clash. McGregor told Mayweather “dance for me, boy” – a phrase with racial overtones.
In New York, the UFC lightweight champion had only inflamed the issue, saying he was “half-black from the belly button down” before appearing to refer to black people as “dancing monkeys” when discussing the film Rocky III on a chat show.
Irishman McGregor, who has predicted he will win inside four rounds despite never having previously boxed as a professional, vehemently denied being a racist.
“You can be fooled by [Mayweather] if you want to be fooled by him. You know the man’s character and his history. He’s trying to sway people in his favour and it’s a cheap move,” McGregor said.
“I was trying to address something in my own little way but whatever, if he feels it’s disrespectful then he’s an idiot and fuck him as well. It’s a dirty play. I think [the accusation] is ridiculous. I don’t understand it. I know who I am as a person and I think that most realistic people will look at me and know who I am.”
Independent journalist, Jack Posobiec launched the next phase of the ‘Great Meme War’ against CNN, following the network’s attempt to threaten into silence the creator of a meme tweeted about President Trump. Posobiec kicked things off Friday evening with a post showcasing a host of Anti-White, Pro-rape tweets by CNN journalist Rashard Elijah. Per Jack Posobiec: “CNN Journalist Rashard Elijah Posted Jokes About Rape, Anti-White Tweets - Research into CNN journalist Rashard Elijah has uncovered shocking statements made on his verified twitter account. Some of these statements were made when he was already at least 20 or 21 years old. He now works at CNN and is 27.”
Isis's persecution of Iraqi Christians, which has already forced tens of thousands of men, women and children to flee for their lives, is fast becoming a genocide, religious leaders have warned.
Archbishop Athanasius Toma Dawod of the Syriac Orthodox church said that Isis's capture of Qaraqosh, Iraq's largest Christian city, had marked a turning point for Christians in the country.
"Now we consider it genocide – ethnic cleansing," he said. "They are killing our people in the name of Allah and telling people that anyone who kills a Christian will go straight to heaven: that is their message. They have burned churches; they have burned very old books. They have damaged our crosses and statues of the Virgin Mary. They are occupying our churches and converting them into mosques."
The archbishop, who leads the Syriac Orthodox church in the UK, urged the UK government to open the country's doors to those fleeing the violence. "We are dying, 100%," he said. "The British government needs to help people and to give them asylum. If they stay here, they will be killed."
His pleas were echoed by Patriarch Louis Sako, the Iraq-based leader of the Chaldean Catholic church, who said that about 100,000 Christians had abandoned their villages in the Nineveh plains earlier this week after Isis launched mortar attacks. He asked the EU and the UN to help them before it was too late.
"They fled their villages and houses [with] nothing but … the clothes on their backs," he said in a statement to the charity Aid to the Church in Need. "[It is] an exodus, a real via crucis; Christians are walking on foot in Iraq's searing summer heat towards the Kurdish cities of Irbil, Duhok and Soulaymiyia, the sick, the elderly, infants and pregnant women among them. They are facing a human catastrophe and risk a real genocide."
Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the leader of Roman Catholics in England and Wales, described Isis's treatment of Christian, Yazidi and other communities as "a persecution of immense proportions" and urged the UK government to act.
The archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, also called on the UK to follow other European governments by helping to protect Iraq's Christians and other minorities.
The socialist paradise of Venezuela, everyone: This is gut-wrenching stuff. See how Venezuela security forces gang up on one guy. Disgusting. Gut-wrenching puts it lightly. Not only did they gang up on this guy, there are plenty of sucker punches plus two of the thugs used their shields on his head before they drag him away on a motorcycle. But good thing we’re only talking about Russia, right?
Imagine driving through the streets of Russia and suddenly you see what appears to be a statue bear sitting in the passenger seat the side of a motorcycle. Now imagine getting closer and realizing that there is actually alive and riding bitch and waving people driving past.
Now watch this video and that imagery will come to life.
Martin Szoter speculated the unexplained flashing in the sky was "UFOs landing in Budapest"
If you've ever been to the airport and wondered why all they play is CNN, the answer is: CNN Airport Network. The Resident breaks it down.
A group calling themselves the Memphis Flash Mob Cartel took to social media saying they'll be at the Wolfchase Galleria mall beating down people because of the color of their skin. It could be a hoax or it could really happen, but either way it's getting a reaction. Feelings of concern started to sweep social media. "Very alarming to just be picking people out to do damage to them, that doesn't make any sense," Brenda Thompson said. Thompson doesn't understand why anyone would choose to cause more division in the city. "I think it's crazy like everything else in Memphis, does it mean white people? I don't understand, I don't know."
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Some 1,600 migrants have been evacuated from a refugee camp on the outskirts of Paris near Porte de la Chapelle, according to city authorities. Around 350 police officers participated in clearing the camp.
The refugees are mainly from Africa and Afghanistan, the Paris prefecture said, as cited by AFP.
Most of the migrants are men, but there are about 75 “vulnerable” individuals, including 29 women and unaccompanied 22 minors.
The evacuation began early in the morning, at about 5:30am local time, and it seems that some of the refugees were happy to leave.
“The government will take us to houses, I don’t know where, but it’s good,” a migrant identified as Said, who has been sleeping outside for months, explained to RT. “Sure, it’s over three months,” he said.
At about 7am, many migrants started getting onto the buses that were to take them to housing facilities.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) continued his use of aggressive rhetoric on Thursday while endorsing Ben Jealous, an ardent support of Sanders’ who is running for governor of Maryland. Sanders told the crowd to “stand up and fight back” against the powers that be.
“In order to be the great governor that I know that [Jealous] can become, he is going to need the people of this state to work with him,” Sanders said. “He can’t do it alone. When we talk about a political revolution, that is what we’re talking about.”
“We’re not talking about one guy on top, doing it all,” he explained. “It doesn’t happen that way. The powers that be are too powerful. Big money interest are too powerful.”
“The only way that change has ever come about and ever will come about is when ordinary people stand up and fight back,” Sanders told the crowd to raucous applause.
In this excellent speech, Peter Thiel ( co-founder of PayPal) discusses what multiculturalism and diversity on college campuses are really about:
In short, Peter Thiel says that:
Multiculturalism has next to nothing to do with the study of other cultures;
Diversity has nothing to do with a diversity of ideas;
You don't have real diversity on a college campus when you have college people who look different, but think alike;
Multiculturalism is still focused on western society, but is mainly a vehicle of denouncing it;
The debate of multiculturalism in the late '80s started with an anti-western protest;
They believe that the west is bad, because it's racist and it's sexist in a variety of ways;
Multiculturalism has nothing do with biology, it has to do with ideology. It's a far-left ideology;
Multiculturalism and political correctness must be seen as different sides of the same coin. In multiculturalism, people look for the victims. In political correctness, people are going after the victimizers;
The debate of how we look at racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression is something that only could take place in the context of western civilization or when individual rights became possible;
Most college students are not bigots and racism on college campuses is basically a non-issue.
The Columbus Division of Police has released video from body camera of a deadly officer involved shooting in the Franklinton area, Friday. Columbus Police said Kareem Ali Nadir Jones was shot by two officers after a confrontation in the Franklinton area around 5:45pm, Friday. Police said the officers were patrolling the area when they saw Jones walking between cars with erratic behavior. Police said a brief conversation turned into a confrontation and they felt threatened after Jones refused repeated commands to get on the ground. That’s when both officers fired shots. Police said Jones did not follow the officers’ commands. Jones died from his injuries on Monday. Police said a gun was found at the scene. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther released the following statement in regards to released footage: "The body worn camera video released today is a graphic reminder of the dangers police officers face every day, and illustrates the split-second decisions officers must make to keep Columbus neighborhoods safe. Any loss of life is tragic. We feel for the friends and family left behind, and for the officers who will forever be impacted. Body worn cameras, however, can help provide early answers to difficult questions, and aid the thorough investigation that follows. They are an important tool that will help protect officers, the public and the public’s trust.”