Reason TV: Nanny of the Month – May 2013

 

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Open Doors Ottawa – 2013

For all those who will find yourself in the Ottawa area this coming weekend, 1st and 2nd of  June, 2013, and you would like to see all kinds of wonderful places which are not usually open to the public, you are in luck!

Open Doors Ottawa is an excellent and fun way to spend a weekend. Whether you want to see how the traffic lights are controlled, or visit various Embassies, from Churches and Mosques to historical buildings to government offices – many have their doors open.

Here is the list of the 2013 events.

Enjoy!

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“Free Amina!” – Femen stage a protest in front of a Tunisian court

FREE AMINA!

The ‘Amina’ in question is Amina Tyler, a Tunisian member of Femen.  (I have written about her here.)  She had posted a topless photo of herself on FaceBook with the Arabic words for ‘My body is my own’ written across her chest.  Her family had her committed to a mental institution, she ran away and now she is facing charges of indecency.

So, the day before her trial, three Femen activists staged the first Femen topless protest  in the Arab world in front of the Tunisian court where Amina is to be tried.

Considering they each could face 6 months in jail – and that is if the Islamists don’t get to them first:  that is very, very brave of them!

Femen against Sharia!

You go, girls!

H/T:  BCF

Omar Khadr moved to Edmonton jail

Omar Khadr…

So, Canada’s most infamous convicted terrorist has been moved to a jail in  Edmonton, because the other inmates at Millhaven (just west of Kingston), offered to kill him.  Not for any political reasons, not because he is a Sharia supremacist, not because he is a war criminal, not because he murdered a medic who was trying to save Omar Khadr’s life – but because he’s such a jerk, even the other inmates cannot stand him.

From CBC:

‘Khadr was flown to the Edmonton Institution Tuesday, potentially ending a situation in which he had been deprived of prison programming that complicated efforts to seek parole, his lawyer Dennis Edney confirmed.

“Hopefully, this is a positive step in his long journey to freedom,” the Edmonton-based Edney said.’

Yeah, we all hope he’ll move right next door to us and pop over to sing Kumbaya with our kids every now and then…

With the failure of British and US police forces to protect their citizenry against Islamists with known terrorist tendencies, let’s show the world that the rule of law has not yet broken down in Canada.

Omar Khadr took up arms against forces engaged in a UN sanctioned war, forces which were direct allies of Canada.  That, under Canadian laws, constitutes treason.

Let’s apply the law to Omar Khadr just like we would to any other Canadian, without prejudice on any grounds, and charge him with treason.

For a just society to exist, the laws must be applied to everyone equally – even Omar Khadr!

 

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