Dramatic footage shows the moment a huge sea lion drags a young girl into the water at Steveston Fisherman's Wharf in Richmond, Canada before her brave father jumps in to rescue her.
“You are the best nation produced for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah.” — Qur’an 3:110
The Qur’an says that Muslims are the “best nation” because they “enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong.” This inculcates the assumption that the Islamic understanding of morality and law is superior to any other, and is indeed the best, and to be imposed in preference to other systems wherever and whenever possible. Europe will be no different from anywhere else.
“German Police Union Chief: Migrants ‘Laugh At Our Justice,’” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, October 7, 2016:
The chief of the German police union claims that criminal migrants from North Africa are laughing at the German justice system as they are allowed to go free after committing crimes.
Cheif [sic] of the German police union Rainer Wendt has expressed severe concern regarding the increasing number of migrant criminals, especially those of a North African origin. He claims that unless the justice system changes no real action can be taken to solve migrant crime, reports Kronen Zeitung.
“They despise our country and laugh at our justice,” Mr. Wendt said and warned that the police cannot address migrant crime unless the justice system is willing to step up and deport repeated offenders.
The police, according to Mr. Wendt, “do all they are able to do,” regarding migrant crime. He claims that officers in Germany are putting themselves at constant risk as many of the migrants are known to have a high level of violent behaviour and attack police who attempt to arrest them.
“If there is no pre-trial detention made, no imprisonment is imposed, and no deportations carried out then the police make multiple arrests and the perpetrators get away with it,” he said and maintained that the migrants end up back on the streets.
Mr. Wendt cited the “Casablanca Report” which documented some 2,244 North African migrant criminals in the city of Dusseldorf. According to the police union chief, the numbers for other major German cities are similar and he said that the migrant crisis has only served to reinforce numbers in the already-existing migrant criminal gangs….
While the Democratic Party continues to try and connect President Trump with Russia, recent revelations show Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, has given huge amounts of money not to the president, but to Democratic insider John Podesta’s brother, Tony Podesta.
Charles Ortel, who investigates potential Clinton Foundation corruption, said the Democratic Party was very quick to say President Trump had a connection with Russia, and that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential campaign.
But a recent article in The Daily Caller shows that while there is no definitive proof of a connection between Trump and Russia, there is proof of a connection between Russia and members of the Democratic Party.
“Sberbank is if not the largest Russian bank, one of them. It featured heavily in the Clinton Cash book as the bank that helped arrange the purchase of Uranium One. So it’s a bank that’s very active in Russia, very tied into the Russian oligarchs. All during the 2016 campaign, and even now, the allegation has been from the Democrats ‘it’s Trump who has the Russian ties. Trump won’t explain his Russian ties. Well recently, it’s just come out in an excellent article by Richard pollack at the Daily Caller, documents just how much the Podesta group which I think is run by Tony Podesta, John Podesta’s brother and their very close friends and business partners, the Podesta Group was being paid a lot of money by Sberbank during the campaign,” Ortel said.
Ortel said this was not disclosed on the various forms as it should have been disclosed.
And is a perfect example of potential government corruption in what is known to millions of Americans who voted for Trump as the “DC swamp.”
A video has been making its round across the social networks of a black woman starting a fight with a bunch of white skaters simply because they asked her children not to stand in the middle of the skate park path.
The woman seems to have a bigger problem with the fact they are white and asking her children to move rather than the fact that her kids' health and safety were in danger.
Defense Secretary James Mattis gave a briefing where he described U.S. plans and policies related to several global hot spots.
Regarding ISIS, he said the President Trump’s new policy was to surround ISIS strongholds before moving in to annihilate its forces. The intent was to keep extremist fighters from escaping to fight in other conflicts.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford addressed a clash between U.S. and Syrian government troops, saying it was a “force protection strike.
Our commanders on the ground felt like they were threatened at that point and their rules of engagement allow them to do that,” Dunford explained.
“We’ve gone back and had a conversation at every level now to ensure those kinds of incidents don’t take place again,” he said.
Secretary Mattis also discussed the tensions with North Korea. He said that Chinese efforts seemed to having some effect.
“If this goes to a military solution, it is going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale,” he said. “Our effort is to work the U.N., work with China, work with Japan, work with South Korea to try to find a way out of this situation.”
Migrants in Gothenburg, Sweden have the local police on special alert at the country’s leading mall. Many are afraid to visit Nordstan mall, as citizens are openly harassed and even attacked, Expressen reports, citing police.
According to Expressen, local police are also being intimidated, and have been forced to implement special measures due to an increase in threatening behavior toward shoppers and business owners.
Sales are reported to have taken a massive hit. Although not the largest mall in Sweden, Nordstan is said to bring in the most business.
According to the Swedish paper, trouble starts around 8pm, once the shops begin closing. In some cases, the gangs of young people outnumber the police.
“We have seen an increase since last autumn, with mostly unaccompanied minors who are staying here in Nordstan,” one of the police managers, Jonas Bergqvist, told Expressen.
“In the evening they deal drugs and violence between fractions sometimes occurs. If there are conflicts from their home countries, they bring them here.”
Police also say the gangs are becoming increasingly aggressive towards them.
Bergqvist remembers a group of teens numbering around 150 people, who surrounded him and his colleagues around New Year’s Eve during an operation.
Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was mysteriously killed near his Washington, D.C. home in July, and despite a sweeping investigation police have yet to name any suspects or motives in his death.
Now, the late 27-year-old's grieving parents are calling on the public for help.
"You have two people who shot my son twice in the back. We're not going to stop until we find my son's murderer. We will find his murderer, but we need all of you," Rich's mother, Mary Rich, said during a press conference in D.C. Monday.
Mary Rich and her husband, Joel, who live in Omaha, Nebraska, announced that they are upping the reward for any information that could lead to an arrest from $25,000 to $125,000 — a sizeable $100,000 of which was put up by Republican lobbyist Jack Burkman.
"D.C. is like a political fraternity, this could have happened to any one of us," Burkman said. "It could have happened to my Republican staff, it could have happened to my Democratic staff. I have people working for me and often in those same neighborhoods, so it's just something that tugs on your heart strings."
Three Mississippi teenagers are accused of killing a 6-year-old boy after stealing the car he was left in.
The child, Kingston Frazier, was left alone in a Toyota Camry in a Kroger parking lot around 1:15 a.m. Thursday, authorities said.
The three suspects pulled into the parking lot in a separate car, the Hind’s County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. One of them allegedly got into the Camry before both vehicles pulled away. It’s not clear whether the driver of the Camry knew the child was in the car.
When Kingston’s mother came out of the store, she alerted a nearby sheriff’s deputy that her vehicle was missing. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation issued an Amber Alert when it became clear that a child had been inside the stolen vehicle.
Kingston was found dead later Thursday morning in rural Madison County when a passerby noticed the car abandoned on the side of the road and recognized it from the Amber Alert. The boy was shot in the back of the head, Madison County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Heath Hall said.
Dwan Wakefield, D’Allen Washington and Byron McBride — all in their late teens — are being held without bond in the Madison County Detention Center, Hall said.
All three will be charged as adults with capital murder for the killing of a child during a kidnapping, District Attorney Michael Guest said in a press conference Thursday. They’re also facing auto theft charges in Hinds County, according to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper on Friday told prominent Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord that he would defend the president even if he "took a dump on his desk."
"If he took a dump on his desk, you would defend it," Cooper said.
Lord appeared momentarily stunned before he and other guests started to laugh.
"I mean, I don't know what he would do that you would not defend," Cooper said. "I mean, you're a loyal guy, I think that speaks well of you."
Cooper had been asking Lord about President Trump calling former FBI Director James Comey "a nut job" in his meeting with Russian officials one day after firing him.
Cooper apologized to Lord a short time later for being "a little crude."
"I like having your voice on here and I think you're an important voice to have, so I'm sorry I was a little crude. And you defend the president very well, and that's your job," he said.
Cooper later repeated his apology on Twitter and said he'd been "unprofessional."
The most senior Muslim cleric in Australia issued a downright comical claim that is easily disproven with just a little bit of research.
The clerk claims that Australia actually belongs to Muslims because "Islam was here before the English fleet".
Yet there is not a single shred of evidence proving that Australia ever had Muslims prior to the British arriving.
Prosecutors in Italy say a man who stabbed a policeman and two soldiers at Milan’s main train station on Thursday is being investigated for international terrorism.
Police say Ismail Hosni attacked the officers on Thursday night after they asked to see his identity papers. None of the three suffered life-threatening injuries.
Video footage released by police showed the injured officers tackling the suspect and pushing him to the ground before other security forces intervened.
Police say the 20-year-old, who faces possible attempted murder charges, has dual Italian and Tunisian nationality and was born in Milan.
Anti-terrorism police are now looking into whether he has links with militant groups.
CNN claims it’s right down the middle, somewhere between the left-wing MSNBC and the more conservative-friendly Fox News Channel. But an MRC study of an entire day of CNN’s coverage shows the network spent almost all of its time covering the Trump presidency, with a heavily skewed roster of anti-Trump guests and on-air commentators.
To get a handle on CNN’s news priorities during the Trump era, a team of MRC analysts reviewed all of the cable network’s programming on Friday, May 12, starting with the 4am ET Early Start and continuing through the 11pm ET CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, a total of 20 hours of material.
After excluding commercials, teases and promos, our analysts found 13 hours, 27 minutes of actual news coverage, an average of just over 40 minutes per hour. Of that, a whopping 92 percent (12 hours, 19 minutes) was devoted to the Trump presidency, with a mere 68 minutes — a little more than three minutes per hour — devoted to all of the other news of the day.
The elitists are the same everywhere. More proof that whats going on is much larger than what we are allowed to see.
Watch as this BBC guests Mike suddenly goes silent just seconds after he begins criticizing the liberal icon, Hillary Clinton.
Apparently the folks at BBC have begun taking tips from their American friends in the media at CNN.
A duty free shop had to be evacuated due to a customer rampage
Maury (sometimes known as The Maury Povich Show) is a syndicated American tabloid talk show hosted by Maury Povich.
Spoiler alert. He takes his pants off. Don’t worry its edited with the purple eggplant emoji but their reactions are priceless.
A Turkish man on board a Honolulu-bound flight tried to break into the cockpit Friday before being subdued by passengers and flight crew, who used duct tape, pillows and blankets to make sure he couldn’t get out of his seat.
The incident prompted U.S. Pacific Command to scramble two F-22 Raptors from the Hawaii Air National Guard, which escorted the flight into Honolulu International Airport about 11:35 a.m.
The man, identified as 25-year-old Anil Uskanil, was on board AA Flight 31, which departed from Los Angeles International Airport at 8:34 a.m. local time.
The Los Angeles airport police said at LAX, Uskanil was involved in a separate security incident and was detained but subsequently released.
Police said the suspect went through a door from a LAX concourse that led onto an airfield ramp. He was spotted by a contractor and detained.
Airport police investigated and determined that Uskanil had been drinking. He was arrested for misdemeanor trespassing, cited and released.
The suspect subsequently got on board the American Airlines flight. Several hours in, he allegedly tried to break through the cockpit door, throwing himself up against a beverage cart as he tried to force his way into the first-class cabin.
Passengers said the man had a blanket or towel on his head, and didn’t say anything as he pushed forward.
Flight attendants, an off-duty Los Angeles police officer and other passengers were able to stop the man and secure him in a seat.
“It took seconds,” said Lee Lorenzen, of Orange County, Calif. “He was pushing against the cart and a bunch of guys grabbed him. They found some duct tape. There were pillows and blankets. And they taped him to his chair.” The plane landed safely, but medical assistance was requested for nine people. Three people were taken by ambulance to the hospital, reported WRAL
A Muslim man who raped a young girl is caught up with by a group who calls themselves NLFT, which is an acronym for National Liberation Front of Tripura.
The group was hunting this man down who had a fetish for raping Hindu women, as you can see they eventually caught up with him and decided to take matters into their own hands by beating him to death with sticks.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has been saying lots of dumb things lately. She insulted members of Trump’s team and called for his impeachment.
Diamond and Silk have had it. They made Maxine Waters the subject of their newest video.
Diamond: Hey y’all. So I know y’all heard about Maxine Waters. She keep talkin’ about impeachment. Maxine: Why don’t we impeach you? We heard that you served on several committees. One being the finance committee. Are you calling for impeachment because you are afraid that maybe, allegedly, this administration may find out something?
Silk: Is that what it is?
Diamond: Is that what’s wrong with you? See, what you should do is do what the people voted you to do. Your job is not to bicker and banter with the 45th president of the United States. Your job is to go do your job and if you forgot how to do your job or can’t figure out a job to do then perhaps you need to pack your stuff and go home.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) is fond of saying that President Donald Trump "colluded" with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential campaign. But during an appearance Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," the California Democrat admitted there has been no "actual evidence" of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
During Waters' appearance, MSNBC panelist and Huffington Post senior politics editor Sam Stein asked her what collusion means.
"Collusion is very specific," Stein explained. "It means that the Russian government or actors within were trying to elect Donald Trump. But I want to know what collusion means to you. That seems to be the standard by which you're saying he should be impeached?"
"Absolutely," Waters responded, saying that proving collusion is necessary to remove the president from office. She added that she believes the Trump campaign developed its winning campaign strategy in coordination with the Russian government.
"I really do believe that much of what you saw coming out of Trump's mouth was a play from [Russian President Vladimir] Putin's playbook," Waters said.
She said campaign rhetoric like chants of "lock her up," targeted at Hillary Clinton, were "developed strategically with people from the Kremlin, with Putin."
"So you think the Russian government developed the talking points for the Trump campaign?" Stein asked.
"I think that there was a cooperation in developing strategy about how they could ensure that Hillary Clinton was not elected," Waters responded.
The congresswoman went on to claim that the Russian government had backed Trump in order to lift U.S. sanctions blocking drilling in the Arctic, a plan she said was specifically orchestrated by former Exxon Mobil CEO and current Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Waters also suggested that the Putin government directly aided Trump's campaign because the Kremlin assumed the president would turn a blind eye to Russian expansionist policy in eastern Europe.
"But just to be clear, there has been no actual evidence yet," Stein said.
"No, it has not been," Waters responded.
"No, it has not," she continued. "And I want you to know, every time I've talked about impeachment, I've said we've got to connect the dots, we've got to get the facts, we've got to do the investigation. That is what leads to impeachment, and I also said that Trump will lead us right there."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan watched Tuesday as men believed to be members of his security detail attacked protesters in the nation’s capital.
Moments before his supporters pushed through a police line, an aide leaned over Erdogan, seated in the back seat of a vehicle near the Turkish ambassador's residence.
The aide straightened himself and spoke to another aide, who rushed toward the protesters seconds before the brawl began.
Shortly after, Erdogan exited the vehicle and looked directly toward the melee feet away.
The revelation of Erdogan's proximity to the incident came in a video posted to Facebook on Thursday afternoon by Voice of America's Turkish division.
"Judgment Day will not come until the Muslims kill the Jews" says this radical Islamist Imam during a speech in Denmark.
What is even more troubling is outside the mosque he was preaching this hatred it was hard to find anyone who actually disagreed with his statements.
"How can that not be bad?" One Palestinian woman stated.
Here’s a really interesting interview from Tuesday night on Carlson’s show – he had Stanford classics professor and author Victor Davis Hanson, whose frequent columns at PJ Media and National Review are a must-read multiple times a week, on to discuss a piece Hanson had written describing the ruling class-vs-country class divide in America and how the Donald Trump election reflected the victory of the country class over the coastal elites.
Hanson is a great resource on that discussion, as he lives in both worlds – as a professor at Stanford he’s surrounded by the privilege, prosperity and piety of the Bay Area’s upper class, but that’s not really where he lives – Hanson also spends much of his time on his family’s farm in California’s Central Valley, where because of “environmental concerns” involving a baitfish called the Delta Smelt that state’s governing elites decided to shut off water to the most fertile farmland in America during the recent drought years. Hanson came down on the side of the country class, but he does so from an informed perspective which is on display in this interesting five-minute clip…
Schmidt has been called out for getting a story wildly wrong before thanks to his anonymous sources. Schmidt, citing his anonymous federal law enforcement sources, claimed that one of the San Bernardino terrorists had talked about jihad openly. She didn’t.
His boss even reprimanded him and called for “systematic changes” to the way Schmidt and Carlos Slim’s blog use anonymous sources.
Schmidt’s open admissions on MSNBC confirm GotNews reporting Wednesday that Schmidt hasn’t in fact seen the relevant Comey documents.
State Senator Carlos Uresti was indicted on multiple criminal charges related to his dealings with a bankrupt frac-sand company and corruption in Reeves County, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
Uresti was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud; two counts of conspiracy to commit money laundering; five more substantive counts of wire fraud; two counts of securities fraud; one count of engaging in monetary transactions with property derived from specified unlawful activity; one count of being an unregistered securities broker; and one count of conspiracy to commit bribery.
For those of you keeping score at home, that’s 13 charges and more than 200 years in prison facing the San Antonio Democrat. In a statement, Uresti said he plans to plead not guilty and called the charges “groundless.”
In February, FBI and IRS agents raided his offices in connection to Uresti’s alleged involvement in developing a Ponzi scheme to peddle fracking sand for oil production. The other indictment alleges that from 2006 to 2016, a Lubbock businessman paid Uresti $10,000 a month to secure a Reeves County Correctional Center medical services contract for his company.
The giant privacy curtains for Muslim swimmers that has rocked the boat at a public pool.
The council says the curtains will encourage more people to learn how to swim.
But not everybody is happy.
In fact, one Olympic coach - Dick Caine - says the screens are a disgrace.
Statement from Cumberland Council General Manager, Malcolm Ryan:
Women's Only Swimming Lessons are held on Wednesdays from 10:30am-11:00am and 2:30pm-3pm in the Program Pool. Women's Only Swim Passes for the Program Pool are available on Sundays. Female lifeguards are present during these Women's Only sessions.
The Program Pool is also available for children’s swimming classes and use by the elderly, people with a disability and patients havinghydrotherapy/physiotherapy, who may prefer additional privacy during their use of the pool.
Council has a responsibility to cater for the needs of its community. The curtains, which are retractable and can be used or not used at any time, ensure we have provided a space that is accessible to and inclusive for all. The Program Pool, which is 0.8-1.1m deep, is also fully accessible with a ramp.
It takes a certain something to be a good storyteller: enthusiasm, timing and a flair for the dramatic. Performers at a children’s story hour at a New York City library have all that and then some — they’re drag queens.
About once a month since last fall, the Brooklyn Public Library has been presenting Drag Queen Story Hour, where performers with names such as Lil Miss Hot Mess and Ona Louise regale an audience of young children and their parents. There’s even a drag-queen version of “Wheels on the Bus” in which Lil Miss Hot Mess sings of hips that go “swish, swish, swish” and heels that go “higher, higher, higher.”
“Drag queens and children don’t usually get together, which I think is a shame and one of the benefits of a program like this,” Lil Miss Hot Mess said while putting on an outfit that included a silver sequin dress with rainbows, blue and silver glitter eyeshadow and an enormous wig of curly blond hair. The Associated Press agreed not to use the performer’s legal name because of fears of harassment.
“It’s great that it teaches them self-acceptance in a very general way,” she said of the program, which got its start in San Francisco.
A Jewish father of eight was returning home from grocery shopping in Judea and Samaria when he unknowingly drove into a riot in which hundreds of Arabs were throwing rocks at passing vehicles near the village of Huwara in Samaria on Thursday.
The Israeli escaped a lynching by firing his weapon at the mob as it surrounded his vehicle and pelted it with stones. Two Arabs, seen in the below video, were reportedly injured, either from his gunfire or from gunfire by IDF soldiers, who rushed to the area.
The damage to the vehicle of the victim of the near-lynching can be seen in the video below in which the damage is summarized by a Hebrew-speaker.
A group of journalists traveling with Iraqi troops have filmed the moment they were caught metres from a bombing in Mosul.
The BBC journalists, who were traveling with the Iraqi special forces as they moved to reclaim the northern Iraqi city from ISIS jihadists, were recording when the bomb went off.
"A large armed car, packed with explosives drove directly into the convoy," a journalist can be heard recounting.
Five soldiers were killed in the blast, but the journalist and his cameraman were uninjured.
Iraqi forces have driven ISIS fighters from the centre of a town just south of Mosul and are within a few kilometres of an airport on the edge of the city.
Earlier today, President Donald Trump reiterated his long-held stance that there was no collusion between him and Russia when it comes to election interference. At the same time, he added a little caveat, stating that he could only speak for himself, perhaps throwing his associates and campaign members under the bus. Of course, this was all in relation to the announcement of ex-FBI Director Robert Mueller a special counsel in the Russia probe.
Well, during a pretty wild little segment on CNN, famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz let it be known that he doesn’t think Mueller has any jurisdiction when it comes to investigating potential collusion between Trump and the Russians over election interference. Why? Because Dershowitz doesn’t think that is a criminal act.
“Let’s assume that’s true,” he exclaimed. “Show me the criminal statute. I still sit here as a civil libertarian. I don’t want us ever to become what Stalinist Russia became when Stalin was saying, show me the man I’ll find you the crime. What is the crime?!”
When anchor Anderson Cooper brought up there is a difference when it comes to illegal collusion, Dershowitz agreed but said that is all in the purview of politics.
“That’s a political issue,” the lawyer said. “That doesn’t give Mueller jurisdiction. Mueller has no jurisdiction to explore whether he made political mistakes, did terrible things, engaged in wrongdoing. Only criminal conduct!”
After Carl Bernstein jumped in, stating that this was “an extraordinary situation that we need to know about,” Dershowitz shot back.
“We will never find it out,” he noted. “It will always be done in secret. It should be a special investigative committee in which everything is done in the open.”
Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty on Friday to a felony charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. Here is his statement on the scandal, in full:
Beginning with my service in Congress and continuing into the first half of last year, I have compulsively sought attention from women who contacted me on social media, and I engaged with many of them in both sexual and non-sexual conversations. These destructive impulses brought great devastation to family and friends, and destroyed my life’s dream of public service. And yet I remained in denial even as the world around me fell apart.
In late January 2016, I was contacted by and began exchanging online messages with a stranger who said that she was a high school student and who I understood to be 15 years old. Through approximately March 2016, I engaged in obscene communications with this teenager, including sharing explicit images and encouraging her to engage in sexually explicit conduct, just as I had done and continued to do with adult women. I knew this was as morally wrong as it was unlawful.
This fall, I came to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness. I had hit bottom. I entered intensive treatment, found the strength to take a moral inventory of my defects, and began a program of recovery and mental health treatment that I continue to follow every day.
I accept full responsibility for my conduct. I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse. I apologize to everyone I have hurt. I apologize to the teenage girl, whom I mistreated so badly. I am committed to making amends to all those I have harmed. Thank you.
In a flash of fire and smoke, Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond has tested her world-beating Sea Viper missile system off the coast of Scotland.