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Published on Jan 21, 2015 by Bill Warner
For 1400 years Islam has subjugated all other religions. What if, for the first time, Islam found out what it meant to be treated like a dhimmi?

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Did you see anything on this in the mainstream media?

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Published on Jan 23, 2015 by MRCTV .org
Read the accompanying MRCTV article here: http://www.mrctv.org/blog/record-number-marchers-urge-congress-defend-life

#BlackLivesMatter - even in the womb

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9 cats at Ferray Corporation in Japan

When you live in a cramped city like Tokyo, owning a pet is a luxury many people cannot afford. Apartments usually come with strict no-pets policies, and the only way Tokyo dwellers have been able to get their pet-fix is by visiting cat cafes. Sure, it’s nice to sip on a delicious drink while petting a purring kitty, but you can’t stay there forever. What are you supposed to do during those other, horrible cat-less hours of the day?

One company in Japan has come up with a solution. They’re bringing the soothing cat cafe experience to the office by filling their workplace with adorable cats.

The cat-populated workplace is the brainchild of Ferray Corporation, an internet solutions business which mainly deals with webpage construction, application development, and other IT work. The company own nine loveable rescue cats that are allowed to roam the office on a daily basis, sleeping, causing adorable trouble as cats will, and just generally being cute little balls of stress-relief.

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Published on Jan 22, 2015 by Coffee with Sr. Vassa
Subtitles: ENGLISH
For frustrated parents, and letting the grace of the Holy Spirit into our attempt to help others, including children. A 2-minute Christian reflection hosted by Dr. Sr. Vassa Larin of the University of Vienna, Austria.

Hello everyone! I‘m Sr. Vassa, and I‘m glad you‘ve joined me for this brief Coffee Break. As most of you know, I was recently in the United States, in several cities in the Midwest, and I spent quite some time in airplanes. So today I‘d like to reflect with you on the profound bit of wisdom one hears at the beginning of every flight: I mean the instruction that, should the oxygen masks be needed, and we are travel-ling with a child, we should put our own mask on first, and then help the child put on the mask. It recently struck me how helpful these instructions can be to parents struggling to in-spire their children to lead lives of faith. Because throughout my trip to the US I had parents come up to me, mostly moms, after my talks, and tell me with this look of utter despair in their eyes, how their teenager, brought up in a church-going family, has now lost all interest in faith, refuses to go to church, and so on. I think many parents can re-late to this situation. What I‘d like to suggest – getting back to oxygen masks, if you‘re following this far from perfect analogy, is that we remember first to get our source of spiritual oxygen, that is, to take care of our own daily connection with God, in at least a bit of daily prayer, contemplation, and self-examination, so that the grace of the Holy Spirit can enter the picture and guide is in all our activities and relationships. Because in Him and with Him we become capable of helping others, including our children, in a grace-filled way. That‘s all I‘ve got for you for today, ladies and gentlemen, and I‘ll see you next time!

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Wind energy: The ugly truth

WIND ENERGY: THE UGLY TRUTH

The Canadian Patriotic Society is proud to invite you to the community screening of a 2014 documentary “Down Wind” at Agincourt Public Library (155 Bonis Ave, Kennedy & Sheppard) in Scarborough on Tuesday, January 20th from 7 to 9:30 pm. The event is free for students and $10 for the general public. Please see attached flyer for more details. Here is the official trailer for the documentary:

OFFICIAL TRAILER: Down Wind, a Sun News Network Documentary

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Published on May 27, 2014 by Sun News Network
DOWN WIND deals head on with how Ontario politicians rammed through green energy laws and dashed forward with installation of thousands of wind turbines across the province’s farmland and countryside. The television debut is June 4, 2014 at 8pm ET.

“Down Wind” uncovers the devastating real life consequences on Ontarians especially those living in rural communities suffering from Wind Turbine Syndrome, having their homes and land devalued, and their very way of life threatened if not altogether destroyed. It also examines the economic ill effects of wind turbine mega projects that drive Ontario’s manufacturing sector out of province.

You will also learn about the uphill struggle of people in rural Ontario now banding together to push back against the government’s draconian measures, high powered Bay street lawyers and wind turbine corporations.

After the screening, two activists, Sherrie Lange (CEO, North American Platform Against Wind Power) and Jessica Annis (President, Toronto Landowners Association) will speak and respond to questions from the audience.

Wind Turbine Questions:
* Why does Ontario have the highest energy costs in all of North America due to wind turbines?
* Why were the research results and expert advice against the turbines not taken into account?
* How can the Provincial government legally impose the Green Energy Act that supersedes 21 acts at local municipal level? Don’t we live in democracy?
* Is Wind Energy really green?

The Canadian Patriotic Society (www.canadianpatrioticsociety.com) is a grassroots Scarborough group which stands for genuinely conservative values including smaller government, personal responsibility, freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, individual human rights and rule of law.
We hope you can attend this event. Please spread the word.

Sincerely,

Shobhna Kapoor, Founder
Canadian Patriotic Society
info@canadianpatrioticsociety.com

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Mitt Romney 2036: If at first you don't succeed...

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My bountiful God, I beseech Thee, listen to my humble prayer, that I may ever feel that the married state is holy and that I must keep it holy. Grant Thy grace that I may never sin against the faithfulness and love of this marriage. Foster between us the spirit of understanding and of peace, that no strife, quarrel or misunderstanding, may arise between us. Grant us health and our daily bread, whereby we may serve Thee more.

Amen.

Source: Nativity of Our Lord Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Church,
8911 Weems Rd, Manassas, VA 20110

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More to the point, they are deliberately kept in the dark.

Tommy Waller: “Civilization Jihad is here”

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Published on Jan 16, 2015 by securefreedom
Tommy Waller, Director of State Legislative Outreach at the Center for Security Policy, discusses matters of information dominance and civilization jihad at the launch of the Center’s new “Secure Freedom Strategy” to combat jihad.

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Maxine playing with tablet
This August 2011, video frame grab provided by T.J. Fuller shows a cat named Maxine playing “Game for Cats” on an iPad in Valencia, Calif. Fuller, Nate Murray and their company, Hiccup, created “Game for Cats”, “Paint for Cats” and “Catzilla.” (AP Photo/T.J. Fuller)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Laura Fritz’s felines play with her iPad, her fat cat loses the urge to eat, her scaredy-cat loses his fear and her youngest just loses interest.

If you’ve had enough time to play with the tablet you got for the holidays, try turning the device over to your tech-savvy cat. Every cat app, no matter the maker, has something for felines to electronically track, stalk or hunt, such as mice, bugs or laser dots.

“Cats are attracted to things that move, and that is the ‘magic’ for most of the apps,” said Dr. Bonnie Beaver, a professor at Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and executive director of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists.

“The motion in most apps is jerky and quick, much like an insect,” she said, adding that any sound component would quickly be eclipsed by the draw of movement.

Every cat is different, but if they’re like two of Fritz’s, they will love pawing the screen to catch critters, which breaks anxious Maxie out of his shell and gives hefty Mr. Brutus a way to exercise, said Fritz of Waltham, Massachusetts. But they may be like her youngest, Pansy Rose, who couldn’t care less.

Maxie and Brutus work together on the app “Paint for Cats,” chasing a mouse and leaving a trail of splattered paint where they have pawed, rubbed, jumped or made other marks with their movements. Many cat owners see the results as art worthy of sharing on social media, so the app allows people to email the creations.

It is among three popular apps created by T.J. Fuller and Nate Murray’s Los Angeles company Hiccup. The company also features a mouse chasing game called “Game for Cats” and monster crushing game dubbed “Catzilla.”

There are several cat apps on the market. “Pocket Pond” for Android tablets allows cats to follow fish or dragonflies with their paws. Friskies’ “Cat Fishing” also taps into the fish theme for Android and Apple devices.

Some people worry about damage to the devices, but claws won’t hurt the screen, said Fuller, who ran many tests. But nobody has tested for teeth, and Karen Rittmuller of Salem, Massachusetts, found a problem with a bite.

Rittmuller tried to get her calico cat Pixel to live up to her high-tech name, so she downloaded “Game for Cats,” but her pet will only stalk, pounce and bite the iPad, so she took it away.

“I did not want the device ruined or her hurt from biting too hard,” Rittmuller said.

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Published on Sep 21, 2014 by Eretz Zen
A Syrian woman agreed to carry a hidden camera to film how life is like inside Syria’s northern city of Raqqa, which has been under the control of the Islamic State (aka ISIL or ISIS). The report was aired on France 2. It shows some French women who decided to move indefinitely to Syria while abandoning their previous lives in France.

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Michelle Malkin asks: “Hey, how’s America’s rail security doing?”

With vengeance-seeking global jihadists on the loose here and around the world, now is a good time to ask (again):

Are we ready for a nefarious terrorist attack on our train and transit lines?

Smoke and fire plagued two of the nation’s major metro rail stations this week, raising justified questions about safety and preparedness. On Monday, one person died and 84 fell ill after heavy smoke filled the L’Enfant Plaza Metro in Washington, D.C. Officials believe an “electrical arcing event” caused the lethal Beltway incident. A probe into the cause of the arcing — as well as an investigation into evacuation delays that trapped hundreds of passengers — is underway.

On Tuesday, an estimated 150 New York Fire Department personnel responded to a three-alarm fire at Penn Station that started before 2:30 a.m. Two firefighters suffered injuries battling the Big Apple blaze, which was initially deemed “suspicious” and then “accidental.” Worth noting: A militant ISIS sympathizer published multiple threats on Twitter a few hours before the fire, warning that “tomorrow New York will burn” and predicting a “3:00 a.m. bomb.” [emphasis added]

Whatever the causes of these two incidents, Americans need to know whether homeland security bureaucrats are doing their jobs — or hitting their over-worn government snooze buttons.

Jihadi rail attacks have been a domestic and worldwide threat for more than 15 years, from the 1997 NYC subway-bombing plot to New Delhi, Mumbai, Chechnya, Madrid and London. Since 9/11, there have been 1,800 worldwide terrorist attacks on surface transport systems, which have claimed 4,000 innocent lives. Jihadi mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, whose Gitmo classmates have been released in droves by the Obama administration, told interrogators in 2003 of al-Qaida’s plot to target the D.C. metro rail system.
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Victims Confront ISIS Terrorists

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Published on Sep 30, 2014 by DoveTV
The show is called “In the Grip of Justice”, the host Ahmed Hassan allows people including victims to interrogate terrorists from ISIS.

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The confessions of convicted terrorists are being broadcast on an Iraqi reality TV show in which they are also forced to face the relatives of victims.

“In the Grip of the Law”, which is produced by the state-run Al Iraqiya channel in cooperation with the Iraqi Ministry of Interior, has been launched as part of a media effort to attack the Islamic extremist group Isis and garner public support for the Iraqi forces that were humiliated by Isis this summer.

Every Friday the show’s host, Ahmed Hassan, who has reportedly become a target himself, quizzes convicted terrorists in shackles and bright yellow prison jumpsuits.

The relatives of victims of terrorist attacks are then brought before the prisoners, often either in a rage or on the verge of tears.

One of the men to feature on the programme is 21-year old Haider Ali Motar, convicted one month ago for helping to carry out a string of Baghdad car bombings on behalf of Isis.

The crew began filming at the scene of one of the attacks for which Motar was convicted, with a sizeable military escort in tow. Soldiers shooed away interested bystanders and drivers frustrated by the consequent traffic.

After being pulled from an armoured vehicle, a shackled Motar found himself face-to-face with the seething relatives of the victims of the attack. “Give him to me — I’ll tear him to pieces,” one of the relatives roared from behind a barbed wire barrier.

A cameraman pinned a microphone on Motar’s bright yellow prison jumpsuit as he stood alongside a busy Baghdad highway looking bewildered by his surroundings.

“Say something,” the cameraman said to him.

“What am I supposed to say?” a visibly panicked Motar asked.

“It’s a mic check! Just count: 1,2,3,4…”

Host Hassan quizzed Motar, before bringing out one of the victims, a young man in a wheelchair who lost his father in one of the attacks; the convict began weeping, as the cameras rolled.

Iraq has seen near-daily car bombs and other attacks for more than a decade, both before and after the withdrawal of U.S.-led troops at the end of 2011. But the central message of the show, the filming of which began last year, is that the security forces will bring perpetrators to justice.

The episodes often detail the trail of evidence that led security forces to make the arrest. Police allow the camera crew to film the evidence — explosive belts, bomb-making equipment or fingerprints and other DNA samples.

Hassan told The AP: “We wanted to produce a program that offers clear and conclusive evidence, with the complete story, presented and shown to Iraqi audiences.

“Through surveillance videos, we show how the accused parked the car, how he blew it up, how he carries out an assassination.

“We show our audiences the pictures, along with hard evidence, to leave no doubts that this person is a criminal and paying for his crimes.”

All of the alleged terrorists are shown confessing to their crimes in one-on-one interviews. Hassan said the episodes are only filmed after the men have confessed to a judge, insisting it is “impossible” that any of them are innocent.

“The court first takes a preliminary testimony and then they require a legal confession in front of a judge,” Hassan explained. “After obtaining the security and legal permission, we are then allowed to film those terrorists.”
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