March 03, 2019

Top 10: Orbán’s Fidesz party faces expulsion from European People's Party

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Hungary's Fidesz party faces expulsion from European People's Party

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's ruling Fidesz party faces expulsion from the largest political grouping in the European Union.


2. Somali pirate arrested after trying to claim asylum in Europe

A Somali migrant, alleged to have been involved in piracy incidents in 2010 and 2011, has been arrested after trying to claim asylum in Salzburg, Austria.

The 24-year-old asylum seeker was arrested by Austrian police earlier this week and is believed to have taken part in incidents off the coast of Somalia in which pirates captured two German ships, Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung reports.

The Somalian was arrested on February 12th and was sent to jail in Salzburg prison in Puch near Hallein for ten days and is expected to be extradited to Germany.

3. Giorgia Meloni: “We are the only country that says, you can’t migrate to Italy unless you pay smugglers!”

Speaking at the Chamber of Deputies during a debate on security, Brothers of Italy leader Giorgia Meloni blasts the parties of the Left for discriminating against native Italians, and legal immigrants to the country and says “basta!’ with the accusations of institutional racism.

4. Lord Ahmed charged with attempted rape of girl

A member of the House of Lords has been charged with two counts of attempting to rape a girl.

Former Labour peer Lord Ahmed of Rotherham, 61, is also charged with indecent assault of a boy under 13.

Prosecutors allege the offences took place between 1971 and 1974, when Lord Ahmed would have been aged between 14 and 17.

Two other men, Mohammed Farouq, 68, and Mohammed Tariq, 63, both from Rotherham, have also been charged.

All three men are due to appear at Sheffield Magistrates' Court on 19 March.

Mr Farouq of Worrygoose Lane, Rotherham, is charged with four counts of indecently assaulting a boy under 13 between 1968 and 1972.

Mr Tariq of Gerard Road, Rotherham is charged with two counts of indecently assaulting a boy under 13 between 1970 and 1972.

 

5. Belgium students mock Islam dressed as suicide bombers

A group of high school students here mocked Islam when they wore headscarves and suicide belts while imitating the movement of Islamic prayer.

Senior students traditionally celebrate graduation ceremonies 100 days before the end of school year, Mahinur Ozdemir, an independent member of parliament from Brussels Regional Parliament, told Anadolu Agency.

“However, it is scandalous that these students chose the theme as ‘Islam and Saudi Arabia’ and imitated prayer moves wearing headscarves and bombed belts, therefore relating Muslims with terrorism.'”

 

6. France: Secretary of State for Digital Affairs announces that soon it will be possible to file a complain on the Internet for hate content

In a report on BMFTV, Secretary of State for Digital Affairs Mounir Mahjoubi, explains some of the methods Macron is proposing to speed up the process of identifying, prosecuting and sentencing those who make homophobic or anti-Semitic insults on various social media platforms.

 

7. Coming home after 130 years

When a Syrian stonemason and his family were granted asylum in Greece last year they immediately made their way to the island of Crete - completing a journey begun by their great-grandparents 130 years ago.

Entering a small shop in Chania, on Crete's north-west coast, Ahmed began to introduce himself. The owner looked at him open-mouthed. He understood what Ahmed was saying, but some of the words he was using were unfamiliar and old-fashioned, and others he didn't understand at all. It was as though Ahmed had arrived not just from Syria, but from another age. [...]

Ahmed's father's parents were forced to leave Crete in the 1890s as the Ottoman Empire weakened. The island had been part of the empire for two centuries and roughly a quarter of the population, including Ahmed's ancestors, had converted to Islam. But uprisings in the late 19th Century resulted in the expulsion of the Muslim population.

8. New Jersey teen charged with assaulting 81-year-old man wearing “MAGA” hat

A 19-year-old man has been arrested for attacking an 81-year-old wearing a MAGA hat in Somerset, N.J., prosecutors say.

Police were called to a grocery store in Franklin Township, outside New Brunswick, on Monday to investigate a report of a fight.

When they arrived, the 81-year-old told police he had been confronted by a man over his “Make America Great Again” hat as he left the store with his groceries.

9. Canadian court rules parents can’t stop 14-year-old from taking trans hormones

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada ordered that a 14-year-old girl receive testosterone injections without parental consent. The court also declared that if either of her parents referred to her using female pronouns or addressed her by her birth name, they would be considered guilty of family violence.

As previously reported, Maxine* was encouraged by her school counselor in BC’s Delta School District to identify as a boy while in seventh grade. When Maxine was 13 years old, Dr. Brenden Hursh and his colleagues at BC Children’s Hospital decided that Maxine should begin taking testosterone injections in order to develop a more masculine appearance.

Although Maxine’s mother was ultimately willing to support hormone injections, her father Clark* was concerned about the permanent ramifications of cross-sex hormones. Suspecting that his daughter’s mental health issues might be more the cause than the effect of her gender dysphoria, he ultimately decided that it would be better for her to wait until she was older before she embarked on any irreversible course of treatment.

At that point, Hursh informed Clark that he would begin testosterone injections on the basis of Maxine’s consent alone, claiming that he had a right to do so under the BC Infants Act. Clark promptly sought an injunction to prevent this. On Wednesday, however, a judge deemed Maxine “exclusively entitled to consent to medical treatment for gender dysphoria,” regardless of the opinions of either of her parents.

10. CANADA: Man charged in Weyburn homicide makes first court appearance

The man charged with second-degree murder in the death of another Weyburn man made his first court appearance on Tuesday morning.

Nathan Hutt, 18, was killed after he and two others broke into a home on Jan. 4.

The target of the home invasion, 23-year-old Keegan Muxlow, was charged with second-degree murder, unsafe storage of a firearm and possession of a gun without a valid licence.

Muxlow’s case was adjourned until January 22. He will be remanded into custody until that appearance.

Police have also charged 23-year-old Dominick Hawkes and 25-year-old William McLeod with break and enter, assault, and possession of a gun without a license. Hawkes is also facing charges for cocaine possession. Hutt was with Hawkes and Mcleod during the invasion. They will also remain in custody until Jan. 22.

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commented 2019-03-05 23:35:36 -0500
Like I said, the problem was being in the house. Had he not been, there would have been no casualties. hence, improved security measures. Did the family in question ever express a desire to own weapons that was thwarted by onerous regulation? Even in the US, which has much worse crime than we do, the majority of households do not own guns.
commented 2019-03-05 01:39:23 -0500
The cops are pleased that it only took them 4 minutes to drive. Unfortunately 4 seconds was more the requirement.
commented 2019-03-04 20:21:12 -0500
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 3 hours ago
Apparently meth was involved, so I would buy that that was an actual threat.
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The actual threat is an armed felon in our house. The cops got her too late to prevent the attack. What is the defence?

Even having encountered some of Winnipeg’s crime firsthand, arming myself never crossed my mind.
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Fine and dandy. Why do you want to force people to be defenceless?
commented 2019-03-04 17:29:49 -0500
Apparently meth was involved, so I would buy that that was an actual threat. They’ll attack armed police officers for no reason (which is why a firearm likely wouldn’t have prevented it). If I lived in the north or west end I’d probably upgrade my house into a fortress. Even having encountered some of Winnipeg’s crime firsthand, arming myself never crossed my mind.
commented 2019-03-04 16:47:57 -0500
ANDREW STEPHENSON
I’d ask the same of you, but your speculation is so tenuous that it’s not even worthy of the term ’lie".
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It so not speculative that you can’t even connect it to a lie. Was the Winipeg kid who was killed, killed by speculation?
commented 2019-03-04 16:45:12 -0500
Andrew I see on todays news that the cops shot an armed home invader in Winnipeg. Unfortunately (as always) they showed up a little bit too late to defend the 17 year old who was defending his grandmother. He’s dead.

When seconds count, the police are only minutes away holds true once again.

Why do you want to want innocent people to die and not be able to defend themselves?
commented 2019-03-04 16:28:05 -0500
Andrew Stephenson the filthy Socialist AOC made some BS excuse as to why she does not use the close by public transit services LMAO! TYPICAL SOCIALIST!!!
Funny how they always live in luxury while we suffer for their cause.
commented 2019-03-04 16:22:39 -0500
Andrew Stephenson like you said about a womans body , the courts and government have no say in some things, and why should anyone assume the risk being harmed or killed for some invading criminal? Court buildings have metal detectors and security so they are assuming someone is intending and likely threatening harm of some sort so they can go to hell.
commented 2019-03-04 14:15:38 -0500
“Why has the court decided that the school has greater parental rights than parents by going along with this, and why would the court go along with a 13 year old having the right to determine their medical treatment and not their legal guardians (parents) prior to the age of consent? "

One of the parents was in favour, so he had parental consent. The other parent was not in favour, which is why the kid himself ended up being the tiebreaker. 13 year olds do have some legal independence from their parents.

“That is a contradition if there ever was one. Here is the reality O, deceitful one. Taken from Department of Justice website. "

How so? I acknowledge that it’s based upon precedent when I… acknowledged it was based upon precedent. Which is to say, and as per your link legal decisions. Not some ancient “right” which largely predated the technology in question (firearms technology in the 17th century being primitive at best).

“It would be sensible to assume that the attacker was intending and likely threatening bodily harm. "

The court’s decision otherwise is probably based on something a whole lot more concrete than a “sensible assumption”, which, I will point out, is entirely speculative on your part. This is of course why we rely on evidence-based decision making.

“Why do you want to believe and promulgate lies? :

I’d ask the same of you, but your speculation is so tenuous that it’s not even worthy of the term ’lie".
commented 2019-03-04 13:56:37 -0500
Andrew, in case you missed it the ancient rights were the precedent.
commented 2019-03-04 13:53:30 -0500
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 1 hour ago

Common law is based upon court precedent, not ancient, immutable principles.

That is a contradition if there ever was one. Here is the reality O, deceitful one. Taken from Department of Justice website.

“The common-law tradition
The common law is law that is not written down as legislation. Common law evolved into a system of rules based on precedent. This is a rule that guides judges in making later decisions in similar cases. The common law cannot be found in any code or body of legislation, but only in past decisions.”

BASED ON PRECEDENT!

Andrew, if you actually read the item it clearly says the attacker also had a gun. It would be sensible to assume that the attacker was intending and likely threatening bodily harm. So shooting a thug is the right think to do. If you choose to make yourself thug fodder that is your choice. Don’t force your ill considered choices on me.

Why do you want to believe and promulgate lies?
commented 2019-03-04 13:13:34 -0500
9 & 10: What is wrong with our court system? First, has no one bothered going after the school “councillor” or the school for putting this idea into a 13 year old’s mind? If she believed she was a serial killer, would the school promote her desire by suggesting she start practicing on neighbourhood pets?

Why has the court decided that the school has greater parental rights than parents by going along with this, and why would the court go along with a 13 year old having the right to determine their medical treatment and not their legal guardians (parents) prior to the age of consent?

Yet the parents are still responsible for every other aspect of that child’s life; shelter, food, clothes, health (eve for hormone treatments), reparations if the child commits a criminal act, education, and so on. The parents should turn the child over to the school or government to raise. The we will see moral indignation and courts ordering the parents to keep the child.

In my opinion the judge acted like a SJW PC a-hole. What next? Pets will have the legal right to determine if they will be neutered? Whether livestock determine if it will be made into food?

As for the other miscarriage of justice, three men break into your house, armed with a hand gun, want to robe or do violence to you, and you defend yourself. Yep, you get the privilege of spending more than $100,000 to defend yourself in court. Would have been easier for the intruders to have simply murdered you.

I once knew a high school teacher. One member of the school’s football team decided he had a liking for her and started coming around her house. One day he forced a screen door open and tried the handle of the door and pounded on her door. She called me to come over to keep her company until the police arrived. Two hours passed. When the police came, they said there is nothing they could do because he didn’t get inside the house, and after all, he was just a kid.

In front of the police, as this was still a time when anyone could buy rifles and shotguns, I told her that we will go over to Canadian Tire, buy a shotgun, and if he gets into the house, “Blow his legs off”.

The police turned pail and said that they would have a serious talk with the moron. Now, who knows what would happen if she would defend herself with a kitchen knife; she might get ten years. We already saw what the police did when a cook threw spices into the face of an robber who attacked him at work or the man who fired a gun into the air when punks tried to burn his house down.
commented 2019-03-04 12:40:27 -0500
“Under common law we have the right to keep and bear arms and to defend ourselves with them: "

Common law is based upon court precedent, not ancient, immutable principles.

We do have right to self-defense in Canada, but it appears that that right does not extend to property. If you respond with disproportionate force, you become an aggressor yourself, which is where these murder charges originate from.
commented 2019-03-04 10:20:36 -0500
Al Peterson commented 11 hours ago
Under common law we have the right to keep and bear arms and to defend ourselves with them
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Al, I read your link, although it is created by English Common Law, it definitely seems to be ignored by the UK and Canada.
As usual, Dictators ignore laws. Trudeau will soon be charged with his 5th offense; does he really care ?
commented 2019-03-04 03:15:35 -0500
Al Peterson after 92 days it seems my guess may have been right that John was referring to his Wick.
commented 2019-03-04 00:35:02 -0500
92 days with no sign of a hammer falling.
commented 2019-03-03 23:27:20 -0500
Under common law we have the right to keep and bear arms and to defend ourselves with them:

“The Whigs saw themselves as heirs to those who had fought against King Charles I in the 1640s when he tried to restrict parliamentary privileges and were the direct heirs of those who overthrew King James II in 1688.

One of King James’s offenses was to attempt to disarm Protestants. He was seen as pro-Catholic and there were fears he was planning to force conversions.

“It was a year after that Glorious Revolution that England adopted its own Bill of Rights. One of the “ancient” rights that it enumerated was the right to keep and bear arms, a fact cited by the US Supreme Court in a key ruling on the Second Amendment in 2008. "

https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-11-17/origins-second-amendment
commented 2019-03-03 23:23:46 -0500
Ron Joseph, maybe they can both take a walk in the snow together. Hand in hand.
commented 2019-03-03 22:57:30 -0500
No. 5 Belgium, Teens dressing up with suicide belts and Muslim outfits and praying on the streets . The reporter said that the teens seemed to be relating Islam and Terrorism. Wow, is that ever a stretch.
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No. 6 France: Secretary of State for Digital Affairs announces that soon it will be possible to file a complain on the Internet for hate content.

That Macron never stops alienating his people; when are they going to fix the problem? Although I hope Trudeau is gone before him.
commented 2019-03-03 22:22:50 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,860 Attacks, 238,270 Killed, 317,267 Injured that we know of

Carole Masse and Sheldon Eisler, I’m in full agreement with your critique of #’s 9 & 10.
commented 2019-03-03 20:43:16 -0500
10- you cannot even defend your own life in Canadastan. I will finish my days in the U.S..
commented 2019-03-03 20:30:41 -0500
#9-what do you expect from Canada’s clown court and justice system-I mean just look at our law breaking PM!!!