Sorry this site has been so quiet lately

I have been extremely busy with all that has been going on, especially translating news from English to others, and vice versa.

To keep up to date on what has been happening, please check out

and many other worthy sources from my blogroll.

I’ll try to catch you up as soon as I can, but there is just too much to do right now!

John Stossel – Campus Censorship

The Glazov Gang-Stephen Coughlin on “Muslim Brotherhood: Above the Law in America.”

Protest against the lashing of Raif Badawi, 2nd of November, 2015, 11 am in front of the Saudi Embassy, Ottawa

Who is Raif Badawi?

Raif Badawi, who blogged at ‘Free Saudi Liberals’ first rose to international prominence in June 2012 when he was arrested in his native Saudi Arabia under Cyber crime laws,for insulting Islam through electronic channels.  Later that year, apostasy was added to the charges against him.  If convicted, he could have faced the death penalty.

Following years of legal battles and international pressure, the final sentence Raif Badawi received is 10 years in jail, 1,000 lashes and a fine equivalent t $267,000.  His lawyer, Waleed Abdulkhair was sentenced to 15 years in jail for ‘undermining the authorities’…

After 50 of these lashed had been administered early in 2015 in front of a Jeddah mosque and hundreds of spectators, many people from all over the world had stepped up and offered to suffer a portion of Badawi’s lashes on his behalf.  Instead, the Saudi government announced that the rest of the lashing shall be postponed due to Badawi’s poor health condition.

Last week, Raif Badawi made news again for having been awarded the prestigious EU Sakharov prize for human rights – the latest one of the many international prizes for writing, human rights and bravery that he has already been honoured with.

Raif Badawi’s wife, Ensaf Haidar, who lives with their three daughters in Canada since having received political asylum here in 2013, had been notified that the lashing will resume.

Which brings us to the protest:

Date:  Monday, November 2nd 2015

Time:  11:00 am to 12:00 noon

Place:  Saudi Arabian Embassy, 201 Sussex St., Ottawa

It is unthinkable that in today’s modern world, a young man should be beaten to death by his government simply for speaking as a sovereign human being.

Let’s all come out and show our support for Raif Badawi and to protest the barbarity that is Sharia!!!

Why is Turkey not taking any action against people smugglers?

A video I had translated from a Czech news source:

(sorry, still cannot embed)

The question remains:  why are neither the local police forces, nor the Turkish government, doing anything about the 25 000 people smugglers who openly operate in Turkey, complete with websites and telephone numbers?

Does it have anything to do with Turkey’s candidacy to the EU?

After all, unfettered flow of Muslim migrants into Europe was the fear that prevented many EU countries from wanting Turkey’s inclusion in the Union.  But if the flow of refugees is already unfettered, why bar Turkey’s entry?

Oh, the questions we should be asking…

First videos from massive protests in the Czech Republic and Slovakia today are beginning to trickle in

Today, the 28th of October, 2015, saw massive, co-ordinated, anti-migrant protests throughout the Czech and Slovak republics.

Our sources say that the videos from these demonstrations and rallies are coming in and I will bring them to you as they become available.

Added up, over the cities and municipalities and even villages, the protests counted hundreds of thousands of people (according to our best estimates – even though the mainstream media have predictably downplayed these numbers by one or two orders of magnitude).

For example, here is RT’s coverage of the protest in Brno, the capital of Moravia:

(Sorry, still unable to embed into WordPress from LiveLeak…please follow the link.)

More to come in the coming days!!!

Offensive and Defensive Lawfare: Fighting Civilization Jihad in America’s Courts


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