This is Canada, not Gaza.


Raymond Ibrahim, author of ‘Crucified Again’, discusses the atrocities committed against Christians in Muslim countries.


An MSNBC host (Crystal Ball?) is caught in an embarrassing prank while covering the breaking Flight MH17 story. Vancouver pundit on Media JJ McCullough makes some valid points about the news “process”.


The defence, the feds and the Alberta government agree: Omar Khadr should stay in federal prison.

Getting ready for buying Khadr “a really nice house”?

Chris Selley in the National Post suggests there is alot of blame to be shared between various political parties in the Omar Khadr case.

Citizens of Inconvienience

David Harris explains that some loud calls for “action” to Canadian politicians by the media and other useful idiots should be viewed with some skepticism – notably  Al Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy and Khaled al-Qazzaz, a key player in Egypt’s former Muslim Brotherhood-backed Morsi government.

German Public Broadcaster “Deutsche Welle” appalled at Amnesty International report.

The International arm of Public News organization “Deutsche Welle” was appalled at a report critical of EU Immigration Policy by formerly highly regarded “International Human Rights” NGO Amnesty International (AI).

In Canada, Amnesty International has been an active supportive of Omar Khadr with efforts to have his crimes minimized or his sentence significantly reduced – mostly on the general philosophy that he is being unfairly blamed for his crimes (despite his guilty plea). AI seems to believe that western countries benefit immeasurably from other cultures and large-scale immigration irregardless of the cost or social dislocations.  It appears to stem from a “Nobless oblige” attitude that wealthy Western societies “owe” less-developed nations generous treatment across a broad range of social and legal issues as a kind of quid-pro-quo for Colonial conquest and exploitation of past centuries.

Of course none of this behaviour by AI is a surprise - it merely reinforces how far from the real meaning of Human Rights such organizations have strayed.