The British social critic has filed another of his famous Youtube commentaries, known for a take-no-prisoners attitude, particularly regarding the so-called “Religion of Peace.”
Here of some snips from Condell’s recent effort, although the whole six-minute piece is worth a listen.
The first line included is a thought I’ve had many times: Why should I respect a [...]
One of the claims made by liberals who supported the recent shutdown of the NYPD’s Muslim surveillance strategy was that it didn’t make any difference in protecting the city, but a former officer in the police department begs to differ. Paul J. Browne, the former NYPD deputy commissioner for public information, wrote in a New [...]
In advance of the Boston Marathon run on Monday with police-state security measures following last year’s jihad bombings, local media sought to comfort local Muslims that they were not under suspicion in an article titled, “Inclusive spirit reassures Muslims after bombings” (linked below).
The caption of the article’s first photo: “Hamza Syed braced for an anti-Muslim [...]
One of the immigrant horror stories of last summer was the foreign cabbie who drove onto a New York City sidewalk in a fit of road rage and struck a young British tourist, causing her to lose her leg. See my report: Bangladeshi Muslim Cab Driver Admits Anger Management Issues in Road Rage Crash.
At the [...]
It is depressing to see Christians being killed and driven out of historic lands by jihadist murderers. The church has had a long history in the Middle East, including places like Turkey and Syria where the apostles traveled and spread the gospel.
In a 2009 Sixty Minutes interview, the Patriarch of Orthodox Christians said he lived [...]
Karma is sweet. After Shaima Alawadi was found dead in her southern California home with a note nearby telling the Iraqi refugee to go home, Muslims, leftists and the media went into full shriek mode about horrible violent Americans, particularly those critical of Islam. Oh, the terrible Islamophobia!
The New York Times reported at the time, [...]
Last fall, Democrat mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio promised that he would end the scrutiny of Muslims practiced by the NYPD that kept the city safe from terror attacks since 9/11. Now he is the mayor and he is fulfilling his promise.
Hey, what could possibly go wrong?
De Blasio appealed to the over one million [...]
On April 15, 2013, two bombs went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and seriously injuring 264 including 14 persons losing limbs. It’s likely the casualty list would have been longer if not for the many medically trained people at the race finish who provided excellent first aid to the [...]
The Washington Post is a big supporter of extreme diversity and other liberal causes like refugee resettlement. On Monday, it presented a curiously mixed smorgasbord on French politics. The front page below the fold had a piece on France’s Marine Le Pen, noting her “gentler nationalism” in the headline. The photo was quite flattering — [...]
Robert Spencer, the producer of the JihadWatch site, has a new book out, Arab Winter Comes to America.
He discussed the book on CBN Monday, the day of the book’s release.
There’s a lot to admire about Spencer’s scholarship, although he curiously didn’t mention diverse Muslim immigration as a major transporter of jihad around the world in [...]
The spring sailing season is getting off to a roaring start in the Mediterranean, where 18,000 diverse welfare seekers from Africa and the Middle East have boarded boats headed to soft-touch Europe since the beginning of this year.
On Thursday, the Italian navy reported it had “rescued” 1000 African boaters over 24 hours. Another count last [...]
Recent days have been witness to the depressing spectacle of a courageous women’s rights campaigner being denied an academic award as a result of Muslim agitation: Brandeis University Withdraws Honor for Ayaan Hirsi Ali after CAIR Propaganda.
Interestingly, Brandeis University has a noble motto on its seal that suggests commitment to academic freedom: “Truth even unto [...]