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March 22, 2017
Jay Fayza of TheRebel.media is also a McMaster U. student, and he says the disruption of Prof. Jordan Peterson’s recent talk on his campus is nothing new…
Caolan Robertson of TheRebel.media reports on the scene of the terror attack near Parliament in London, UK.
The Prime Minister was seen being led to a car as what sounded like gunshots could be heard, but police then stopped the vehicle from leaving Parliament’s grounds.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has warned the European Union (EU) that if the diplomatic spat between Turkey and several European countries continues, Europeans won’t be able to walk their own streets safely.
President Erdo?an made the comments Wednesday in what is another increase of tensions between Turkey and the EU that began when Germany and the Netherlands banned several Turkish ministers from holding campaign rallies for the upcoming Turkish referendum. Erdo?an has threatened Europe before, but this time he threatened the safety of Europeans if the row continues, Die Welt reports.
“If you continue to behave like this, not a single European, not a single Westerner will be able to take a step on the road safely anytime in the world,” Erdo?an said at a press conference adding: “We as Turkey are calling on Europe to respect human rights and democracy.”
Erdo?an did not go into specifics of the threat, though many Turks living in countries like Germany and the Netherlands have expressed massive support for him following the failed coup attempt last year.
Shortly after the coup, tens of thousands of Turkish expats attended a rally in Cologne, Germany, to express support for Erdo?an. On the night two Turkish ministers were refused entry in the Netherlands earlier in March, hundreds of Turks flooded the streets of Rotterdam and rioted.
One-third of young Muslims in France reportedly think terrorism is “acceptable,” according to a new study from CNRS.
The study involved 7,000 adolescents aged 14-16 who were questioned about their views on radicalism and violence.
33% of respondents said they consider it “acceptable to participate in violent actions” for the sake of their religion, with the same percentage stating they are likely to “fake the police” at some point for their beliefs.
20% of the students surveyed also said they found it “acceptable to stand up for your religion with weapons.”
@PrisonPlanet ..and nearly 80% of the other young Muslims never show up on the streets to protest against such violence.
— Karma (@AlexKollet) March 21, 2017
Further, 24% refused to condemn the Charlie Hebdo killings while 21% would not condemn the Bataclan theater massacre.
WestMonster.com states that “when asked if these attitudes could be due to economic and social factors or a sense of victimization, the researchers responded that ‘membership in the Muslim religion is the most predictive factor.’”
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March 21, 2017
Stars: Goldie Hawn, Edward Albert, Eileen Heckart. A blind man moves into his own apartment against the wishes of his overprotective mother, and befriends the freethinking young woman next door.
Controversial professor Jordan Peterson joined Ezra Levant to talk about his recent series of talks at Canadian universities, and the way he’s been received by students, both positive and negative.
Marine Le Pen, the populist frontrunner in the first round of France’s upcoming presidential elections, struck a combative pose in a March 20th candidates’ debate, vowing to control immigration, tame the European Union (EU), and put France first.
“The EU is locking us up,” she declared, making it clear she plans on being a national leader, not the governor of a European region in hock to the German chancellor.
“I want to be the president of the French republic, not the vice chancellor of Mrs Merkel,” she asserted.
“You, the French citizens, have the right to make up your own minds, to protect yourselves … from the sources of insecurity that come from opening up our borders.”
While stopping short of formally endorsing a French exit from the EU, Ms. Le Pen promised to “organise negotiations with Europe so that we can restore the liberties that you deserve. I will organise a referendum and there will be a national debate.”
Those negotiations would hinge principally on the bloc’s free movement regime and the borderless Schengen Area, which Ms. Le Pen sees as undermining French security.
“How can we know who’s coming or going? If they’re buying weapons in Belgium?” she asked, echoing former Interpol chief Robert Noble’s assessment of the EU migration regime as “an international passport-free zone for terrorists to execute attacks on the Continent and make their escape”.
“Radical Islamism should not be allowed in our country,” the Front National leader reiterated. “We need to protect our nation once again.”