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  1. 1 minute ago, dialamah said:

    Not on my account.  I am well aware of the punishment women in some countries receive for being raped.

    I am interested in learning a little more about it.  Don't fear learning about it.  Knowledge about such things can never hurt, unless you are afraid it might colour your view of Islam.

  2. 3 minutes ago, dialamah said:

    I have heard of this, yes.  In Western countries, its expressed as "She was drinking/partying/passed out/dressed like a slut, what did she expect?"  Which is a hell of a lot better than "Put her in jail", but its the same basic mindset:  "She was raped? She must have been doing something wrong."  

    Here is a website which talks about a major difference in Islam when it comes to rape.  You might want to take a look at this.


    It says in Islamic law, rape can only be proven if a rapist confesses or there are four male witnesses who are willing to testify.  How often will you find that?

  3. 1 minute ago, dialamah said:

    I have heard of this, yes.  In Western countries, its expressed as "She was drinking/partying/passed out/dressed like a slut, what did she expect?"  Which is a hell of a lot better than "Put her in jail", but its the same basic mindset:  "She was raped? She must have been doing something wrong."  

    Yes.  I will see what I can find on this.

  4. 7 minutes ago, dialamah said:

    Why yes I do.  But some here seem to think that Muslim men raping and assaulting women is a Muslim thing, when really its more of a "man" thing.

    Would like to look into this further.

  5. 2 hours ago, dialamah said:

    I've never been raped by a Muslim, but I have been raped by a non-Muslim.  I've been groped by non-Muslims, old-stock, white Canadian males since I was 16-years-old.    Every woman in my family since my grandmother has been molested in some way by a non-Muslim, white Canadian guy; some of these men touched girls as young as six.  So STFU about how "Europeans" are so much more moral or better than Muslims.  You aren't.



    You don't think the fact you have been living in a non-Muslim country might have been a reason you were molested or raped by non-Muslims rather than Muslim men.  In some countries in the middle east, a western woman is not allowed to go out by herself and must live in a guarded, secure compound because of the risk to her.

  6. 7 hours ago, jacee said:


    In 2015, police across the country recorded 159 hate crimes targeted at Muslims, up from 45 in 2012, representing an increase of 253 per cent.

    And that was before 6 people were murdered, and

    Enormous’ spike in hate crime reports in Montreal since mosque attack


    You ignored my point.  There is a difference between hate crimes and terrorist attacks by jihadists.  You still don't get it.

  7. 28 minutes ago, jacee said:


    However, Muslim people in Canada are being terrorized and murdered because of their religion.

    I get the impression from the way you worded that sentence that you think it is a common occurrence, which is far from the truth.  The attack in Quebec City was not a common occurrence, thankfully.  It happened, but it is false to make the statement that it is a common occurrence.

    That is a very rare occurrence.  A terrorist attack against a Muslim by a non-Muslim is very rare in the world.  The fact is thousands of people are being killed every week or month around the world by jihadists, many of whom are suicide bombers.  Many of their victims are Muslims but christians and others are also being killed.  Check the website religionofpeace dot com for the statistics. 

  8. 11 minutes ago, The_Squid said:

    He kicked Brazeau's ass!!!

    But now Conservatives are angry that it isn't politically correct.   What a bunch of hypocrites.   This should, in theory, win him support from you "non-PC" types. :rolleyes:

    Sorry, I don't understand your comment.  Conservatives don't have to say anything about this;  just stand back and watch the fiasco.

  9. America under President Trump is becoming great again.   Here I quote some of the achievements since President Trump was elected on November 8, 2016.


    * The DOW daily closing stock market average rose more than 15% since the election on November 8th.  (On November 9th the DOW closed at 18,332 – on March 1st the DOW closed at 21,115).
    * Since the Inauguration on January 20th the DOW rose 6.5%.  (It was at 19,827 at January 20th and reached 21,115 on March 1st.)
    * The DOW took just 66 days to climb from 19,000 to above 21,000, the fastest 2,000 point run ever.  The DOW closed above 19,000 for the first time on November 22nd and closed above 21,000 on March 1st.
    * The DOW closed above 20,000 on January 25th and the March 1st rally matched the fastest-ever 1,000 point increase in the DOW at 24 days.
    * The US Stock Market gained $2 trillion in wealth since Trump was elected!
    * The S&P 500 broke $20 Trillion for the first time in its history.
    * In the history of the DOW, going back to January 1901, the DOW record for most continuous closing high trading days was set in January of 1987 when Ronald Reagan was President. The DOW set closing highs an amazing 12 times in a row that month.  On February 28th President Trump matched President Reagan when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

    President Trump decreased the US Debt in his first 100 days by $100 Billion.  (President Obama increased the US debt in his first 100 days by more than $560 Billion.)

    The US Manufacturing Index soared to a 33 year high in this period which were the best numbers since 1983 under President Reagan.

    President Trump added 298,000 jobs in his first month alone (after President Obama said jobs were not coming back!).

    Housing sales are red-hot.  In 2011, houses for sale were on the market an average 84 days. This year, it’s just 45 days.

    Illegal immigration is down 67% since President Trump’s Inauguration.

    NATO announced Allied spending is up $10 Billion because of President Trump.



    America is finally making a comeback.

    If you want to measure how well the U.S. is doing by how much progress the LGBTQ is making or whether there are transgender washrooms being approved, or how many illegals are getting jobs in the pineapple plantations, or whether pot legalization has increased, OK!   maybe it's not doing that well.  America still has a long way to go, but Trump has been in for barely over five or six months.  He is just starting and the stock market has really improved, showing the economy is humming along.

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  10. 6 hours ago, Argus said:

    So we know there were five Russians at the meeting with junior and kushner. At least two of them have been campaigning against the sanctions on Russia, and one of them, Rinat Akhmetshin, was a Soviet counterintelligence officer who specialized in "subversive political influence operations often involving disinformation and propaganda".  

    Furthermore, given the nature of these people, we can be reasonably certain the meeting was recorded, probably with full video. It's not like the noobs of team Trump wold have taken any precautions, after all.  Which means that if Trump Jr and Kushner made an agreement with the Russians to eliminate sanctions after their father gets elected in exchange for Russian help to win that election they most definitely broke the law. It seems likely they did agree based upon Russia's actions after the meeting. Which means Russia has both men by the short and curlies. Given their influence over Trump, and that simply releasing the video would probably destroy his presidency, that gives the Russians a hell of a 'Trump card' over the US. That's not even counting the alleged video of Trump in Moscow cavorting with hookers.


    You're making a lot of assumptions!

  11. 6 hours ago, taxme said:

    The Canada we once new is just about all gone. We have politically correct politicians and a politically correct media all being pulled by their Zionist masters puppet strings that appear to be accomplices in this destroying of what was once a great British/European country, and allowing it to slowly replace our British/European cultures and traditions with foreign ones that are culturally incompatible with ours. A Caucasian country does not bring in most of it's new immigrants(80%)from non-white countries. That is racial suicide plain and simple. We are constantly being told that we need all of those new immigrants because we are not producing enough Caucasian babies to replace our population but this is a lie. I see in many of my travels plenty of white couples with 3 - 4 children tagging along with them which to me is a good sign, and gives me hope for our race. 

    Ezra Levant of The Rebel is one of a few of the Canadian conservative websites out there that is trying to get the other side of the news story out to we the people as to what is really going on here in Canada. Fines in the range from $12,000 -$80,000 being slapped on people who did not deserve such a hefty penalty is a crime as far as I am concerned for what they did. The HRC's are a real great threat to freedom of speech if there ever was one to Canadians. The problem is that the HRC gives out these fines to make themselves appear as though they are really needed and to justify their right to exist, and screw ordinary people to silence them, and to make sure that the rest of we the people stay in that politically correct bubble or else. The people think that they are free to speak freely but in reality Canadians do not have a 1st Amendment to protect that freedom of speech at all.  

    What can be done? Here is what can be done. Rip up everything that his papa and the liberal party signed and made into law. All his programs and agendas need to be put through the shredder. That would be a great start in getting rid of all that liberal bull chit that has been forced on we the people for decades now. It is our only hope.

    I would agree Canada is in serious trouble as a result of liberalism, multi-culturalism gone wonky, and generally the left wing which wants to destroy our Judeo-christian heritage.  Just saw the other day that a couple didn't have their baby's gender put on the birth certificate.  Some people apparently want children to decide themselves what gender they wish to be.  Bizarre.

  12. 1 hour ago, Michael Hardner said:

    LOL.  You really are a confused 'lil elf...


    "Meet Ezra Levant....  He identifies as a Zionist and supporter of Israel"

    So very confused... 

    I am not a supporter of reactionary lying rags such as The Rebel (although it fits your double-standard of communication) however I do think Israel is an ally of ours and a friend to Canada.  I think if 1/2 of the lads who read The Rebel knew about Ezra they could have a problem with his religion, somehow...

    Actually I understand a Zionist is just a person who believes in the return of the Jews to the land of Israel and the re-establishment of the State of Israel, which happened in 1948.

    The claim that they have plans to take over the world was a phony story propagated by a writing in the 1800s called the Protocols of the Elders of Zion I think.  That story has been debunked as anti-Semitism and is false.

  13. On 2017-07-07 at 2:12 PM, taxme said:

    Indeed it is appalling. I am not sure as to whether the Conservative Party would do anything about the federal HRC tyrannical communist outfit. The HRC is allowed to make up there own rules and laws and not one MP of any party will challenge them at all. I think that it has to do with not trying to appear to look politically incorrect. I would like to believe that Scheer would do or say something about the HRC but I cannot see this ever happening.

    But if you are a member of the Conservative Party maybe as a member you have a better chance to get heard because you are a member of the PC Party. I know that I won't because I am not a member. To be honest, I have no faith in any political party in Canada. They all have become too politically correct and multicultural for me. I can only hope that Scheer could become another Trump like leader but at this time this remains to be seen. Maybe as the PM one day, he may just be another Trump. I await and see. :)

    You are correct.  It is a very difficult problem to deal with.   I don't think Scheer will be anything like a Trump.  I don't hold out any hope he will do anything about the HRCs.  Ezra Levant on The Rebel Media is probably the best hope to do anything.  He was recently fined $80,000 by an HRC and has had a lot of dealings with them.  That is an incredible fine. 

    Other than that, I am not sure what can be done.

  14. 22 hours ago, taxme said:

    John Alabi, is a Christian man who immigrated to Canada 22 years ago from Nigeria. John followed Canadian law and worked hard. He worked two jobs to try to feed his family. But John got himself into a bit of a pickle with the Ontario kangaroo court otherwise known as the Ontario Human Rights Commission over an incident where John was accused of not taking his shoes off when he was showing the bedroom off of an Arab muslim couple too potential new occupants. The muslim found this out and ran to the HRC and complained about the shoe incident and after a kangaroo court trial, John was fined and given a sharia ticket for $12,000 which he now has to pay to this muslim fool for his religion being offended. 

    Is this still Canada? A man gets fined for $12,000 for not taking his shoes off in a muslims bedroom? What the hell is going on here in Canada where this kind of bs can exist? And who are these idiots in the HRC that would dare to do such a ridiculous thing to a man who now has too fork out all this money and try to keep his family housed and fed. I am outraged over this.

    Is it time to abolish this draconian outfit called the HRC for good? How dare these morons on the HRC be allowed to get away with this injustice. This HRC is an un-elected appointed outfit full of buffoons that are allowed to bypass the criminal code of Canada, and make up it's own rules and laws. Anyone outraged as I am over this? Any comments? 

    Source: The Rebel

    This is appalling.  I would suggest anyone who is concerned about what the HRCs are doing consider joining the Conservative Party and lobbying to them to get rid of the HRCs. starting with the Federal one.  If people have something they can lay a charge and follow the normal justice system.  The HRCs don't follow the normal justice system.  Go to conservative.ca and sign up and write to some MPs and Andrew Scheer about this.  If we don't fight this, things are just going to get worse.

  15. On 2017-06-15 at 7:40 PM, hot enough said:

    If you were honest enough to look at the US terrorism/torture/war crimes past and recent past, you would know that is false.

    Nicaragua: I don't mean to abuse you with verbal violence, but you have to understand what your government and its agents are doing. They go into villages, they haul out families. With the children forced to watch they castrate the father, they peel the skin off his face, they put a grenade in his mouth and pull the pin. With the children forced to watch they gang-rape the mother, and slash her breasts off. And sometimes for variety, they make the parents watch while they do these things to the children.


    And you can go and read from these things, classic CIA operations that we know about, some of them very bloody indeed. Guatemala 1954, Brazil, Guyana, Chile, the Congo, Iran, Panama, Peru, Bolivia, Equador, Uruguay - the CIA organized the overthrow of constitutional democracies. Read the book Covert Action: 35 years of Deception by the journalist Godswood. [6]

    Remember the Henry Kissinger quote before the Congress when he was being grilled to explain what they had done to overthrow the democratic government in Chile, in which the President, Salvador Allende had been killed. And he said, `The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves'.

    We had covert actions against China, very much like what we're doing against Nicaragua today, that led us directly into the Korean war, where we fought China in Korea. We had a long covert action in Vietnam, very much like the one that we're running in Nicaragua today, that tracked us directly into the Vietnam war. Read the book, The Hidden History of the Korean War by I. F. Stone. [14] Read Deadly Deceits by Ralph McGehee [9] for the Vietnam story. In Thailand, the Congo, Laos, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Honduras, the CIA put together large standing armies. In Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, the Congo, Iran, Nicaragua, and Sri Lanka, the CIA armed and encouraged ethnic minorities to rise up and fight. The first thing we began doing in Nicaragua, 1981 was to fund an element of the Mesquite indians, to give them money and training and arms, so they could rise up and fight against the government in Managua. In El Salvador, Vietnam, Korea, Iran, Uganda and the Congo, the CIA helped form and train the death

    In El Salvador specifically, under the `Alliance for Progress' in the early 1960's, the CIA helped put together the treasury police. These are the people that haul people out at night today, and run trucks over their heads. These are the people that the Catholic church tells us, have killed something over 50,000 civilians in the last 5 years. And we have testimony before our Congress that as late as 1982, leaders of the treasury police were still on the CIA payroll.

    Then you have the `Public Safety Program.' I have to take just a minute on this one because it's a very important principle involved that we must understand, if we're to understand ourselves and the world that we live in. In this one, the CIA was working with policeforces throughout Latin America for about 26 years, teaching them how to wrap up subversive networks by capturing someone and interrogating them, torturing them, and then getting names and arresting the others and going from there. Now, this was such a brutal and such a bloody operation, that Amnesty International began to complain and publish reports. Then there were United Nations hearings. Then eventually our Congress was forced to yield to international pressure and investigate it, and they found the horror that was being done, and by law they forced it to stop. You can read these reports -- the Amnesty International findings, and our own Congressional hearings.

    These things kill people. 800,000 in Indonesia alone according to CIA's estimate, 12,000 in Nicaragua, 10,000 in the Angolan operation that I was sitting on in Washington, managing the task force. They add up. We'll never know how many people have been killed in them. Obviously a lot. Obviously at least a million. 800,000 in Indonesia alone. Undoubtedly the minimum figure has to be 3 million. Then you add in a million people killed in Korea, 2 million people killed in the Vietnam war, and you're obviously getting into gross millions of people...


    What does this have to do with the topic?  Just your usual copy and paste anti U.S., anti west tirade.  You must have been indoctrinated with this somewhere.  Your modus operandi has long been known.  You always repeat the same old thing but never accept anything anyone says.

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  16. 14 hours ago, jacee said:

    Isn't missionary work always about assimilation?

    No.  It's not always about assimilation.

    It's far more complicated than that.  I just looked up the definition in the Oxford and assimilation is the absorption of a minority culture for example into the culture of the majority.  Missionaries did not and do not today see themselves as simply trying to assimilate people into a majority culture simply because there might be no other culture in existence in the places they go to.   Radio and television evangelists for example are broadcasting on the air constantly and not trying to assimilate anyone into a dominant culture. 

    Canada was different after the Europeans settled here and the population grew. 

    When the Canadian government brought in residential schools, their policy was assimilation.  They wanted to assimilate natives into the dominant culture of the country.  They gave the task to several church denominations to do it through the residential schools. 

    At the same time, the schools taught religion from the perspective of their own denomination.  I would guess the denominations saw this as a missionary work.  So assimilation and missionary efforts were combined in the residential school system.  Denominations also built churches in various communities including villages which were mainly native peoples.

    However, missionaries who travel to foreign countries in the past, such as Africa, were more likely doing strictly missionary work.  There was no dominant culture in those places to assimilate the natives into.  But they were taking the message of the gospel to what was considered as heathen peoples, who may have had their own tribal culture and religion with witch doctors and alien practices, alien to European and what was considered as civilized thinking.  So in those places, I think the only purpose of missionaries was to convert the natives to the christian religion. 

    If you look back in history to the middle east and central Asia, when Islam spread through that part of the world, they of course were trying to convert the populations to Islam and were successful to a large extent.  I am just reading a history of the world now which covers a lot of that.

    I hope that makes sense.

  17. 1 minute ago, Omni said:

    That's because we have had the good sense to separate church from state, and lets make sure we keep it that way. OK by you?

     Speak for yourself and I will speak for my self. OK?  You can make rules for yourself, but not for everyone else.

  18. On 2017-06-24 at 5:44 PM, Omni said:

    People fear death and the concept of the great beyond, so they grasp the bible, the koran, the torah, or whatever to try and allay those fears. If it works for them then that's fine. Just don't try and shove your form of garbage down others throats. 

     Nobody is shoving anything down anyone's throat or forcing anyone to believe anything.  One would have to be God to have that power.

      I'm not sure why anybody would get bent out of shape by someone else's comments.  Reading is strictly voluntary.  Take it or leave it.

  19. 4 hours ago, eyeball said:

    It pains me to think about how much our country officially accommodates some of the most whacked-out thinking on the planet.  Knowing how much of this thinking actually shaped our culture's treatment of native people sickens me.

    I think Canada should be a little more aggressive in promoting and accelerating our trend towards secularism simply to start reducing the extent of the delusional thinking that grips so many minds. As a first step towards that I'd like to see our FN's demand the word God be expunged from the preamble to our Constitution and replace it with the more neutral term creator - and no capitalization.required AFAIC.

    A lot of religious people sacrificed much of their lives to try to give young people an education in religious schools, probably without much compensation.  Freedom of religion is a long-established historical part of our Constitution and society.  I doubt that will change anytime soon.  I would say the real threat to society is secular humanism which is anti-family and anti a lot of things and pro marijuana for example,  none of which is good for society.  If you want to see how atheism and humanism has damaged society, just look at the former Soviet Union and Russia.  They have a huge crime problem and society is a mess. Plus they are ruled by a totalitarian dictator.   Western European society is going down too.  Many churches in England have been closed or are being turned into mosques.  Look at the problems they have now.

    Actually it was the communist atheists in the former Soviet Union and China that murdered hundreds of millions of people and trampled on everyone's basic freedoms.

    Many good missionaries have laboured and spent their lives in the darkest backward places in Africa and other places to help those people.  Christians have contributed greatly down through the centuries by supporting a civilized society with education, laws and good government because those are things they strongly believe in.  I'm not saying there were not problems with respect to residential schools. Government had a policy of assimilation which turned out to be a disaster.   Some former residential school students will tell you there were some good things that came out of it and they did learn something. in spite of the negatives for many of them.  There were many positive things christianity has brought to the world in the last 2000 years..

  20. 6 minutes ago, dre said:

    Yup, you are in a position to demand absolutely nothing. To to simply "request"? Mehhhhh.... not the end of the world.

    The woman in question asked for a white doctor.  The request was denied because the patient is not treated with dignity or respect but is just another number to be processed.

    The liberal media love this kind of thing where they can put the spotlight on anyone or anything that might be interpreted as racism or bigotry.

  21. 6 minutes ago, Boges said:

    Why? Do you feel they're going to come on to you? 

    No.  Patients have rights and should be treated with dignity.  They are not there for the benefit of doctors or staff.  People should be treated with respect in spite of their idiosyncrasies.

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