Feb 29th, 2008
Trouble for Fascist Leader in Britain BNP
LEEDS, England (AFP) - Far-right British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin returned to court for re-trial on race hate charges, sparking stormy scenes between supporters and protestors. The jury was sworn in at Leeds Crown Court, northern...
Mandela praises Botha
JOHANNESBURG (AFP) - The leaders of the new multi-racial South Africa have paid generous tribute to former enemy P.W. Botha, crediting him with a role in the downfall of apartheid and offering him a state funeral. The passing of Botha, who died in his...
Major Causes of Global Temperature Shifts (1) Astronomical Causes 11 year and 206http://www.clearlight.com/~mhieb/WVFossils/PageMill_Images/pdf_logo.gifyear cycles: Cycles of solar variability( sunspot activity...
Oct 30th, 2006 by Chukcha
Chirac's horror over burning woman
Has anyone been following the terrorist attacks going on in France right now? This is one story of many.... Urban violence they call it..... too afraid to give it...
Progress in Afghanistan
Clearly the Afghanistan mission is having problems. Afghanistan has never been easy to conquer and pacify. This article describes what our forces are facing in Afghanistan: Part of the problem is a recent deal between Pakistan and...
Mercenaries to be regulated
LONDON - A humanitarian group called Monday for government regulation of private security companies in combat zones, saying "mercenaries" often operate with impunity inThe London-based War on Want delivered a list of recommended regulations for the...
Oct 29th, 2006 by cortex
Police want flag burning outlawed
Police want flag burning outlawed Police want flag burning made illegal in Britain Police chiefs have urged ministers to criminalise flag burning in a move to crack down on extremist...
Scottish town bans Irish Republican march
Cairde na hEireann is an Irish Republican organisation based in Scotland - most of their members are Scots whose parents or grandparents were Irish. 1) Why did Irish Republicans want to march in Scotland when the Scots don't like the Irish very much...
Oct 29th, 2006 by gopher
BBC closes door on newsreaders in muslim veils
Over the last few years, many people have accused the BBC - the largest and most famous broadcasting company in the world - of being dominated by Lefty liberals, who are...
Oct 29th, 2006 by Nuggler
The art of the impossinle
France is currently going through a rapid decline thanks to its "sick" economy, just like Britain in the 1970s. The British managed to get themselves out of this decline by voting in Thatcher who did all the reforms necessary to transform Britain from...
Oct 29th, 2006 by Chukcha
Islamic education; a child's view
Here is a darling little girl, of Hueida and Wagdi Al-Arabi and can help us understand the tolerance and understandings of all true Muslims'...
The air-conditioned Marines at camp-do-nothing, Afghanistan
Unlike the soldiers of the British Army, who have been fighting probably the most intense battles they've had to fight since the Korean War of the 1950s, the soldiers of the Royal Navy haven't got much to do in Afghanistan. The Royal Navy's Light...
NATO not winning but killing friends in Afghanistan
KABUL (AFP) - NATO's force in Afghanistan said around 70 people were killed in raids targeting the Taliban this week but was still unsure how many were civilians after reports scores of ordinary people died. The International Security Assistance Force...
The straw that broke the multi-culti camel's back
* * * (1) Schoolgirl arrested for "racism" when she complained to her teacher that the small group of Muslim classmates that her teacher made her work with couldn't speak English so she couldn't possible work with them properly (2) Muslim female...
Oct 27th, 2006 by Toro
I've noticed a lot of it happens now. People state that x was done by christians or y was done by muslems, or all americans are z. Why should we categorise people? and if we do maybe we could attempt to use the categories only when they truly apply. ...
Oct 27th, 2006 by BitWhys
ECONOMICS 101 REVISITED
LET US ALL REVISIT ECON 101 FRESHMAN COURSE..... Some starting rules: 1. You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. 2. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
France and the Racism that was always there
PARIS (AP) - He is Muslim, of Algerian origin and was born in a poor neighbourhood. Like other French citizens who have suffered discrimination, he is angry. Equal Opportunities Minister Azouz Begag says he is sometimes referred to as the government's...
GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR and POVERTY
The strength of the economy is not the central factor that drives the gap between rich and poor. I could find several countries that are much poorer than Canada and still have a smaller gap. There are both richer and poorer countries with smaller gap...
Oct 23rd, 2006 by gopher
Iraqi Deputy PM: Don't leave us
Iraq Dep PM: Don't leave us Talks ... British PM Tony Blair and Iraqi Deputy PM Barham Salih in Downing Street By VINCE SOODIN October 23, 2006
Deconstructing the veil.
British Muslims Deconstructing the veil Oct 12th 2006 From The Economist print edition Why Britain is so het up about Muslim women covering their faces British author Salman Rushdie said...
Prince Philip visits the Queen's Royal Hussars in Iraq
Despite being 85 years old and has just been on a tour of the Baltic countries Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, still found enough energy to visit the Queen's Royal Hussars in Iraq..... Prince Philip in visit to Iraq ...
1st SAS girl: My blood and tears
1st SAS girl: My blood and tears Superfit ... Rachel in her combat gear - and civvies. The SAS undergo the toughest training of any army in the world. To join the SAS, you have to be THE...
Mount Globalization or be its Prey
Mount Globalization or be its Prey A tiger is stalking the world the tiger of globalization. Nations and peoples who, gazelle-like, are frightened and take flight before the huge ferocious "life-threatening" leaps and bounds of this tiger, are to be...
Oct 23rd, 2006 by gopher
The United States a Nation of Laws?
H.R. 6166: Military Commissions Act of 2006 Passed House (96% of Republicans supporting,83% of Democrats opposing.) (E)(i) Except as provided in clause (ii), hear say evidence not otherwise admissible under the rules of evidence applicable in...
Oct 22nd, 2006 by gopher
Palestinian Terrorist Again Using Children as Shields.
Do I believe this Article, yes I do. Palestinian Extremist seem devoid of even a modicum of human decency. Using their children as human bombs, using civies as human shields. I'm shaking my head at the level of cruelty they will sink to to get a shot...
Oct 22nd, 2006 by CDNBear
Neo-Nazi gather for Berlin march
Envoy: 'German Jews feel unsafe' Michael Regener was convicted of spreading racial hatred The Israeli ambassador to Germany has said he is concerned for Jews in...
London shows the world the right way to protect an industry
Foreigners make fun of the British in the way that we allow foreigners to easily take over our companies. But, as The Economist explains, the British are doing an intelligent thing in doing this and is allowing London to dominate the world....... ...
Time to end Canadian complicity in torture.
I came across this article and I thought I should share it. I agree that Canada should not be handing over Suspected Terrorist to other countries. I'd also like to see Guantanamo Bay shut down, it's inhumane no matter how you look at it. Time to...
Oct 22nd, 2006 by gopher
An article that explains why Clinton did nothing about Bin Laden.
Why are Christians coming under attack in both the US and Canada, this article stunned me. It's okay to "Force" children to be Muslims visa vie role playing but Jesus and Christmas are banned? Nice work Bill, bloody hell. BRAVE NEW SCHOOLS...
A very unBritish way of becoming a Brit
The Sunday TimesOctober 22, 2006 Very unBritish way of becoming a Brit Candice Gifford has just become a UK citizen. It wasn’t easy, she says, but the system is open to abuse and lets applicants eschew customs such as shaking hands ...
Oct 21st, 2006 by gopher
Iraq's South - Shia Sunni Battle for Oil
K - there was heavy fighting in Iraq southern areas today, with some towns like Basra being taken over by one of two Shia groups who appear to be fighting each other. CBC was reporting it this morning * "The Shia-Sunni battle for Oil" - ...
Only 16% Think Government Telling the Truth about 9/11
Here is the question and responses: When it comes to what they knew prior to September 11th, 2001, about possible terrorist attacks against the United States, do you think members of the Bush Administration are telling the truth, are mostly telling...