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    Hatun Tash, who fled to the UK from Turkey after she converted from Islam to Christianity, was in London’s Hyde Park on Sunday speaking with a large group of people when a man in dark clothing lunged at her before punching and stabbing her with a knife.


    The 39-year-old regularly visits Speakers’ Corner, which is London’s traditional site for public speeches, to engage in debates about Christianity and Islam.

    According to reports, a Muslim man who was present, objected to Tash’s preaching, “as well as, apparently, her Charlie Hebdo t-shirt.”


    "The Messenger of Allah said: 'Whoever changes his religion, kill him.'"

    Book 37, Hadiths 94, 96, 97, 98 & 99.



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  2. On 7/27/2021 at 12:34 PM, oddsnsods said:






    PHEW! Snopes Declares That Biden Probably Didn’t Yell “My Butt’s Been Wiped”


    Following the bizarre gibbering nonsense that came out of Joe Biden’s reanimated mouth Sunday, debunking site Snopes has allocated its resources to investigating and concluding that the so called President of the United States probably did not yell “my butt’s been wiped” at a reporter.

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    “It seems that people are just hearing what they want to hear,” Snopes declared.

    It continues, “If you encounter this video of Biden that is prefaced with a caption saying that the president just yelled “My butts been wiped,” you may be predisposed to hear “My butts been wiped” in this clip. But try listening to the clip again, this time considering that the president may have said “It must be right” or “It must be what?”

    While it seems highly improbable that he said “My butt’s been wiped,” we can’t say for sure what he said in this clip, so we are marking this claim as unproven,” Snopes concludes.



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  3. On 7/24/2021 at 11:28 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Women Are on the Verge of Being Forced Into Military Conscription Due to a Perverse Notion of 'Equality'


    Sending into battle the very ones we are supposed to protect? Why not send the children as well? They're not even wars for our benefit.

    Thats what the maternity flight suits are for!

  4. Allow me to translate:


    If you don't willingly inject your children with the toxic experimental serum their continued delinquency from our Marxist indoctrination centres will require the State to oblige by absolving you of your custodial rights.



  5. Pepe the Frog - Europe Meme" Sticker by Memesense | Redbubble

    New EU Alert: Having A Sense Of Humor Is Proof You Might Be A Far-Right Terrorist

    JULY 27, 2021 By Gabe Kaminsky

    The European Union (EU) released a non-satirical report this week offering that humor, including the sharing of memes, could be a sign your peer is a “far-right extremist.”

    In partnership with the Radicalisation Awareness Network, an EU-funded group involved with “countering violent extremism” through “surveillance and security,” the European Commission published an 18-page report titled “It’s not funny anymore. Far-right extremists’ use of humour.”


    “Humour has become a central weapon of extremist movements to subvert open societies and to lower the threshold towards violence,” the report states. “Especially within the context of a recent wave of far-right terrorist attacks, we witness ‘playful’ ways in communicating racist ideologies. …This paper scrutinises how humour functions as a potential factor in terms of influencing far-right extremist violence.”

    In block quotes on page 5 of the report, it states that “The most potent weapons known to mankind are satire and ridicule.”


    A significant portion of the EU’s humor document discusses memes and how they are supposedly indicative of right-wing extremism. According to the EU, the far-right “put[s] a lot of time and energy into meme production” to “spread their ideology.”

    Some of the supposedly racist memes co-opted by extremists that EU references include “Pepe the Frog,” “The Dog meme,” and “the Wojak meme.” For instance, “Pepe the Frog” is said to have been “appropriated” to become “the icon of the alt-right.”


    In recommendations for approaching such identified extremism, the commission argues for the deplatforming of accounts from social media. There is no direct reference to left-wing extremism and whether individuals who promote radical ideas on all sides of the political aisle ought to face consequences.


    “Once literacy on the extremist underpinnings of strategic humour is established, the next step is to closely monitor dynamics around far-right meme cultures,” the report states. “Online cultures quickly develop into extremist movements, as seen in the conspiracy cult around QAnon and the anti-government militia in the United States known as the boogaloo movement.”


    Under the “resources” section at the end of the report, several websites are listed including Urban Dictionary, Tech Against Terrorism, Meme War Weekly, KnowYourMeme, and the CARR Guide to Online Radical-Right Symbols, Slogans and Slurs.

    The authors are leftists Reem Ahmed, a Ph.D. candidate, and Maik Fielitz, a doctoral fellow studying “far-right movements, digital cultures and online activism.”





    European Commission’s humour Stasi decided ‘right wing memes' are 'not funny anymore'... so, what are they going to do about them?

    The European Commission has released a hamfisted attempt to decode the memes and jokes used by the “extreme right.” Unsurprisingly, the Brussels bureaucrats are being ridiculed for their po-faced humorlessness.


    “Humour activates repressed emotions, releases inhibitions, and enables an immediate and spontaneous exchange of feelings,” read a report by the European Commission released in February but widely shared online in recent days. Humor, the report continues, can influence “changes in perspective,” and increase camaraderie within one’s own group.

    That’s what makes it dangerous, the report’s authors found. Essentially, they found that right-wing memes are funny, and can therefore seduce viewers into “racist mass violence.” 


    The European Commission’s report at least seems to recognize this, admitting that sometimes it’s better not to argue with the frog-posters, and instead “strategically ignore exaggerated and misleading statements and visual material – and not take the bait.”

    Few things play more into far-right activists’ hands like a scandalised and outraged reaction that misses the point entirely,” the report notes. Yet funding and producing a report analyzing the problematic nature of racist jokes seems in itself like “a scandalised and outraged reaction that misses the point entirely.”


    For one thing, the report implies that online racists are organized like other civil society groups, and that their blend of humor and racism is a top-down decision to convert the youth to extremism. “Recent generations of far-right extremists have chosen transgressive humour and (supposed) satire as central weapons in the fight against liberal democracy,” it notes, missing the point that anonymously-shared memes are by their very nature decentralized: there are no leaders on 4Chan.








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  6. 2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Becuase he is a commie that has been accused of war crimes in Ethiopia. Doesn't fit the muh Nazi narrative.

    in a similar vein as Saudi Arabia being given a seat on the UN Human Rights Council, now being kept warm by  China! - but go ahead, believe your government that takes orders from the UN-WHO...they "care".

  7. 10 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    And people still put their faith in Nuremburg style trials.


    Fools. The Dutch brownshirts literally set the dogs on their own people peacefully protesting outside The Hague.


    THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Dutch riot police used water cannon and batons on Sunday to disperse a crowd of several thousand anti-lockdown protesters gathered in the centre of The Hague a day before national elections.

    Dutch police break up anti-govt protest on eve of election


    Why isn't Tedros before the Courts?

    Why isn't Israel before the Courts?!


    14 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    They should look up Chief Justice, Stone's comments and how he died shortly after. Trials like that are not designed for regular people like us.

    Least we forget Dr David Kelly's "suicide"

  8. 6 minutes ago, campanar said:

    Then why mention it?

    It was a reply to:


    Mikheil said:

    That would be assuming that cunts like Boris and all the Indian Ministers, Doctors and so-called scientists have brains.


    It seems that the UK has been taken over by India and Pakistan or Bangladesh. I rarely see a white British scientist or doctor on TV, with a few notable totally corrupt exceptions.


    7 minutes ago, campanar said:

    As for voting, depends who you vote for - liblabcon aren't the only choices.

    So you are still under the impression that voting on a national level really makes a difference as to the direction TPTB want to steer society?

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