‘A Darker Side Of Inuit Culture’

‘A Darker Side Of Inuit Culture’

END RACE BASED LAW Daily News Canada

“In the 2019-2020 school year, there were more than 1,000 violent incidents in Nunavut’s schools. Of those, 971 were student-on-student incidents, 110 were incidents where students were alleged to have assaulted staff, and 12 were where staff were alleged to have assaulted students… 

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‘I Should Have Known Better’

‘UK Equalities Chief Who Popularised The Term ‘Islamophobia’ Admits:
‘I Thought Muslims Would Blend into Britain… I Should Have Known Better’

“For a long time, I too thought that Europe’s Muslims would become like previous waves of migrants, gradually abandoning their ancestral ways, wearing their religious and cultural baggage lightly, and gradually blending into Britain’s diverse identity landscape. I should have known better.”

“Some of my journalist friends imagine that, with time, the Muslims will grow out of it. They won’t.”

SayNO, ‘I Should Have Known Better’, 800x800“The former head of Britain’s ‘Equalities and Human Rights Commission’ (EHRC), Trevor Phillips, has admitted he “got almost everything wrong” on Muslim immigration in a damning new report on integration, segregation, and how the followers of Islam are creating “nations within nations” in the West. Continue reading “‘I Should Have Known Better’”

‘Playing With Fire…?’

The copyright on “Mein Kampf” has expired and we already have this:SayNO, 'Playing With Fire...' 800x800“An Italian newspaper has published Hitler’s political manifesto, “Mein Kampf”…

“The…Milan daily ‘Il Giornale’ gave the book free to whoever purchased the newspaper and first installment of William Shirer’s “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich”.

“The daily is publishing volumes exploring ‘Third Reich’ history, and defended its decision in its Saturday edition by arguing that reading “Mein Kampf” is the

“true antidote to the toxins of national socialism.”

“Editor Alessandro Sallusti stressed the version included critical commentary by an Italian professor of contemporary history. Sallusti also said he wanted to make readers understand “where and why absolute evil was born,” but acknowledged that protests over the publication were “legitimate” and even “understandable”. Continue reading “‘Playing With Fire…?’”