1. Queen’s minister resigns in order to speak freely about Koran reading in a Scottish cathedral.
The Minister speaks beautifully and bluntly on three threats to the Church: Secularism, cultural-Marxism and Islam:
2. Dr. Christina Baum of the Alternative for Germany party questions an establishment politician about the population replacement taking place in urban centres. She is roundly dismissed with the usual hollow rhetoric of the far left:
3. Pakistan bans TV host Aamir Liaquat Hussain over “hate speech”
(This is unusual, in that hate speech laws in Pakistan are more typically a way of enforcing blasphemy laws. The case of Shaan Taseer, the brother of the murdered governor is under death fatwas for blasphemy for wishing Christians Merry Christmas, and faces other prosecution.)
Aamir Liaquat Hussain had accused five missing liberal activists and their supporters of blasphemy.
Such allegations can incite murder in Pakistan, where blasphemy is a death penalty crime.
The regulator's decision to ban the controversial religious broadcaster takes place "with immediate effect”.
4. Former French PM Manuel Valls tries to usurp votes from Maine le Pen by making strident statement about the burqa:
THE Islamic veil is akin to the “enslavement of women” while secularism is a “shield of steel” against radical Islam, Manuel Valls has said.
Speaking during the final Socialist primary debate, the left-wing presidential hopeful defended France’s strict brand of secularism, which he said gave Muslim women the “choice to believe or not to believe” in God.
Mr Valls added that it was his duty to help young Muslim women free themselves from the clutches of Islamic fundamentalists.
The former prime minister said: “We must protect Muslims who are being pressured by radical Islamists to adhere to a strict form of Islam.
The Hollande government, of which Valls was a member, allowed Islam free reign, funded mosques and halal food chains, broke French laws on secularism, (Laïcité’), and allowing a staggering number of Muslims into France and Europe.
Desperate establishment politicians are trying to retain their hold on power after Trump and Brexit victories. German and Dutch politicians are starting to make the same noises, in direct contradiction to their actions when they were in power only a year ago.
5. Montreal: Adil Charkaoui, controversial imam and anti-Islamophobia activist, goes on trial for alleged assault of guard at Collège de Maisonneuve
Charkaoui, who has always denied any links to terrorism, spent six years in detention or under house arrest as a terror suspect before the Federal Court dropped his case in 2009. More recently, he was accused of radicalizing youths when it turned out at least two of the students who left Quebec in 2015, allegedly to join terrorist groups, had been in contact with him through the CEGEP or the Centre Communautaire islamique de l’est de Montréal, of which Charkaoui is president.
Extra items of interest:
Lastly, for those who thought only the CBC used entertainment as a way to sneak leftist ideology to the masses, this clip of a popular show in Germany tries to link the Alternative for Deutchland Party with the Nazis: