December 05, 2018

Top 10: Boy “zombified” by ISIS dies in terror attack on cops in Chechnya

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. “I’ll cut off your heads”: Chilling video shows 11-year-old “zombified ISIS child soldier” brandishing a knife before suicide attack on cops in Chechnya

The child Mukhamad-Amin Akhmatkhanov died soon afterwards in a Mercedes “terrorist attack” in Grozny, capital of Chechnya.

A video shows an explosion as the vehicle driven by his brother Elakh Akhmatkhanov, 17, raced towards a busy intersection.

The car then sped round a corner hitting and killing a policeman.

It crashed into a police vehicle injuring three others including a woman.

The boys were shot by police seconds after the attack - not realising they were underage.

Related: “ISIS child soldier” vows to “cut off heads” before being killed in “terror attack”



2. Heather MacDonald warns that US colleges are breeding hate

Author of “The Diversity Delusion” breaks down the rise of intolerance on “Life, Liberty & Levin.”


3. The Telegraph: Why Macron is loathed by many in France

France is in the throes of a "yellow vest" revolt over tax hikes and the high cost of living - and Emmanuel Macron, dubbed "the president of the rich", isn't well-liked


French PM pauses tax hikes after violent backlash

Fuel tax increases suspended for six months after protests lead to hundreds of arrests and injuries; Benjamin Hall reports on what's next in France.


French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe gives statement on fuel taxes suspension

The u-turn, announced by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Tuesday afternoon, follows a weekend of violent protests in Paris that led to hundreds of arrests and almost 100 people injured.

Until now, French President Emmanuel Macron has been reluctant to suspend the price hikes, tweeting on Saturday that the protests were "nothing to do with the peaceful expression of legitimate anger".

 

P.S. Watch Rebel’s on the ground reporting from France where the Yellow Vest riots began and continue.


4. France fuel protests: Who are the people in the yellow vests? 

Valerie Casanova is a "yellow vest". She is one of thousands who have been protesting against President Macron's controversial fuel tax.

At the roadblock, Ms Casanova says they're all the same. Nobody asks what job each other does or which way they lean politically.
And at home she says her family has "no choice" but to rely on cars to get anywhere from their home in the countryside.

In recent days, President Macron has said he was open to ideas and revising how the levy is applied.


5. Brazilian lawmakers push law recognizing right to own guns for self-defense

Brazilian lawmakers are gearing up to push gun reforms that will recognize citizens’ right to own guns for self-defense.

The goal of peeling back gun control took center stage when it became evident that Jair Bolsonaro would win Brazil’s presidential election. Bolsonaro, a former Army Captain who ran as a law and order candidate, is now president-elect.

On October 19, Bloomberg quoted Bolsonaro defending his support of private firearm ownership, saying, “Why have I always defended the ownership of firearms? It’s so that you, upstanding citizens, with a few requirements, can have a weapon inside your house or your farm. If some guy breaks down the door to your house, knocks down the gate of your farm, you have the right to react.”

 

6. Hungary pledges $3.4 million to fight anti-Semitism in Europe

The populist rhetoric of Hungary’s right-wing prime minister, Viktor Orban, has exposed his government to criticism that it is stoking racism — including against Jews.

Hungary’s government earmarked $3.4 million for combating anti-Semitism in Europe.

Half of the money will become available for government-led initiatives in the 2019 national budget, followed by a second allocation in the following one, according to a statement Wednesday by the Association of United Hungarian Jewish Congregation, or EMIH, which is working with the government on these projects.

 

7. Italy: Around 2,000 migrants expected to leave every month under tougher rules

Around 2,000 migrants are expected to leave Italy per month as humanitarian residency permits expire, following the passage of the migration and security decree drafted by populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

The new migrant and security decree, which is set to come into effect in January 2019, scraps the humanitarian residency permit. Those currently living in Italy with the humanitarian permits will not be able to renew them and face deportation instead, Il Giornale reports.

The law will also affect those currently in the waiting process for the residency permit as they will find themselves labelled as illegal migrants and will be given two weeks’ notice to leave the country.

 

8. Property developer accused of Islamophobia for “airbrushing mosque out of flats promo”

Worshippers at the London Islamic Cultural Society and Mosque, in Hornsey, North London, blasted developer Fairview New Homes.

Mustafa Alloucha, 47, said: “They are worried that by showing the mosque it may harm sales. They are trying to pretend it does not exist.”

Siraj Din, 57, said: “Maybe they worry people will be scared off if they see these flashy homes are next to a mosque.

“But this mosque should be portrayed as it is, in this photo it just looks like a warehouse.”

 

9. Belgian govt’s right-wing coalition partner will not back UN Migration Pact

BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgium’s centre-right coalition government is fighting for its survival after the largest partner party said it would not back a global U.N.-backed migration pact.

Prime Minister Charles Michel said at United Nations headquarters in September that he would go to Marrakech, Morocco, next week to sign the document, but over the past week the right-wing N-VA party has said it will not back a government that supports the document.

The government parties said late Monday they would continue looking for a compromise but options were slimming down. Parliamentarians will be assessing comments from experts early Tuesday before negotiations continue.

Several EU nations have already pulled out of signing the nonbinding accord seeking to make global migration smoother.

 

10. Denmark to ship unwanted refugees to remote island

Denmark will send rejected asylum seekers to live on a remote island. Located in the freezing Baltic Sea, the island is currently home to animal research laboratories and crematoria.

 

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commented 2018-12-06 14:13:12 -0500
1. I guess the demonic brothers got what they deserved!
commented 2018-12-05 20:22:05 -0500
1; Fits right in with Canadian culture according to our Jihady fruitcake
commented 2018-12-05 20:17:51 -0500
10, Unless I read it wrong elsewhere, it is an island in the south Baltic sea very close to the mainland
commented 2018-12-05 18:05:17 -0500
3 & 4: So its just a matter of delaying the tax increase for six months. Won’t this problem return in six months? Isn’t there some sort of European election within that six month window? How convenient for Macron to pick “six months” out of thin air.

6, et cetera: Once again, conservatives are painted as “right wing” but leftest are called “progressives”.

7: Please, someone tell Baby Doc Trudeau about this wonderful idea! After all, he has proudly stated that he does not follow the news; if something important happens someone will tell him about it.

10: Why are people so worked up about this, especially those who can’t tell the difference between Denmark and Sweden? Australia has been doing this for years. It even publishes this warning would-be illegals and criminals that they will be shipped off to a remote island and left there.
commented 2018-12-05 15:08:37 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,421 Attacks, 235,613 Killed, 315,032 Injured that we know of
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