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Muslim ‘migrants’ have transformed the city of Paris into a garbage dump

Gone is our antiquated image of Paris, France as an elegant, civilized city.

Here’s a video showing how the Muslim “migrant” invasion has transformed the French capital into a literal garbage dump, with men lounging on mattresses on streets choked with litter and garbage. I recommend you watch the video in full screen to get the maximum impact.

Notice that the vagrants are all men, and not just men, but young, able-bodied, military-age males. Where are the pore Muslim women and children of the media’s propaganda?

Here’s another video — of a Muslim riot in Paris:

Meanwhile, tourism in France has plummeted. In August 2016, the French government announced that the number of tourists in the country has fallen by 7% since January. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism Jean-Marc Ayrault acknowledged that “The perception of security risk has had a clear influence on certain travelers, including the wealthiest ones or those from Asia.”

While all of France is affected by the drop in tourist numbers, Paris and Ile-de-France and have been hit particularly hard. The tourism sector in Ile-de-France has lost a billion Euros in sales since January, according to a report of the Regional Tourism Committee (RTC).

But France’s socialist president François Hollande, in a speech on September 8, 2016, defended Muslims and called on his country to be “tolerant” and “embrace” Islam.

H/t FOTM‘s josephbc69


State Department: ‘potential imminent threat’ against Americans in Saudi Arabia

At 10 o’clock this morning, the State Department sent out a tweet, warning of a “potential imminent threat” against U.S. citizens and all tourists in Saudi Arabia, especially in Jeddah, and urges Americans to limit all non-essential travel within the country.

State Dept tweet on threat in Saudi ArabiaState Dept threat warning re. Saudi Arabia

The Saudi travel warning came roughly five hours after a similar announcement from the State Department warning Americans in Turkey to move with caution.

ZeroHedge points out that although official warnings of upcoming threats to US citizens around the globe are generally ignored, this time it is prudent to pay attention because of what recently happened in Turkey:

  • In April 2016, the State Department had quietly warned U.S. citizens of “credible threats” in tourist areas in Turkey, particularly in Istanbul and the southern resort city of Antalya.
  • On June 28, 2016, three terrorists undertook a gun and suicide bombing attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, killing 41 and injuring more than 230 people.
  • On July 15, 2016, the Turkish military attempted a coup d’êtat, but failed. There are suspicions that the coup was a false flag staged by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to amass more power.

In the case of Saudi Arabia, its stability was recently rattled two weeks ago when a suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the US consulate in Jeddah, which makes ominous the State Department’s warning.

Keep in mind that the Saudi government had warned of dire consequences — that it would dump its holding of U.S. treasuries — if the classified 28 pages of the Congressional 9/11 report were to be made public. On July 15, the House Intelligence Committee released the 28 pages, which confirmed the rumors of Saudi involvement.

Since Saudi Arabia, unlike Turkey, is an oil producer, any instability in Saudi Arabia will affect oil prices.


Air France stewardesses’ mutiny over order to wear headscarves

Funny how that  “tolerance” doesn’t work under Sharia Law.

air france

Via The Telegraph: Air France stewardesses, furious at being ordered to wear headscarves in Tehran, say they will refuse to fly to the Iranian capital when the airline resumes the service later this month.

Female members of flight crews have been ordered to cover their hair once they disembark in Tehran and unions are demanding that the flights be made voluntary for women.

The resumption of a thrice-weekly service between Paris and Tehran, planned for April 17 after an eight-year break, follows a thaw in relations since Iran agreed to dismantle large sections of its nuclear programme.

Iranian women have been forced by law to cover their hair or face stiff fines since the 1979 Islamic revolution. In staunchly secular France, however, public signs of religion have been frowned upon since a 1905 law separating church and state.

French women see Islamic headscarves and veils as an affront to their dignity. Headscarves are banned in French state schools and offices, and it is illegal to wear the full-face Muslim veil in public.

Flore Arrighi, head of the UNAC flight crews’ union, said: “It is not our role to pass judgement on the wearing of headscarves or veils in Iran. What we are denouncing is that it is being made compulsory. Stewardesses must be given the right to refuse these flights.” She added that female staff were entitled to exercise “individual freedoms”.

The financially ailing French airline, which sees the resumption of Tehran flights as an “excellent” business development, pointed out that other airline staff were obliged to comply with Iranian rules. “Tolerance and respect for the customs of the countries we serve are part of the values of our company,” a spokesman said.

The lovely abaya...

The lovely abaya…

In Saudi Arabia, stewardesses must wear the “abaya”, a long robe that covers the body, but unlike Saudi women they are not compelled to wear face veils.

Air France argued that French law allows “the restriction of individual liberties” if “justified by the nature of the task to be accomplished.”

The deputy head of the SNPNC flight crews’ union, Christophe Pillet, said: “Female staff do not wish to have dress regulations imposed on them, especially the obligation to wear an Air France scarf that completely covers their hair as soon as they leave the plane.”

Stewardesses normally have a choice between a uniform with a skirt or trousers, but they have been instructed to wear a long jacket and trousers on Tehran flights. Mr. Pillet said flight crews were prepared to wear headscarves in Iran when out of uniform, but objected to being ordered to wear them as part of their uniform. Unions want Tehran flights to be made voluntary without penalties for staff, deductions from wages or consequences for their careers.

Another union representing flight crews, UNAC, has written to the minister for women’s rights and families, Laurence Rossignol, complaining about the headscarf order. Ms. Rossignol, who describes herself as “a feminist with a modern vision of the family”, was herself embroiled in a row over headscarves last month prompted by Marks and Spencer’s decision to sell the burkini, or full body swimsuit. Women who wear veils or Islamic headscarves, she said, were like “negroes who supported slavery”.

Françoise Redolfi of the UNSA union said Air France had told staff it was restoring rules that applied before 2008, when Air France discontinued flights to Iran as the country’s relations with western nations deteriorated over concerns that it was seeking to develop nuclear weapons. “The general environment now is much more sensitive,” she said. “Many female members of flight crews have informed us that it is out of the question that they be obliged to wear headscarves. It is not professional and they see it as an insult to their dignity.”


Algiers-to-Paris plane turned around because enraged man urinated on fellow passenger

Here’s another item for your “End of Civilization” folder.

Chris Kitching reports for the Daily Mail, Feb. 9, 2016, that yesterday afternoon, Air Meditarranee Flight ML2673, en route from Algiers to Paris, was forced to divert to Lyon when a passenger urinated on another traveler, sparking a massive brawl on board.

Flight ML2673 was halfway through its 90-minute journey when one of its 166 passengers, who at some point took off his shirt, went into a rage because he wasn’t allowed to smoke or drink alcohol on board. So he peed on a fellow passenger.

Passengers described a scene of chaos as the plane’s crew fought with the unnamed shirtless man, eventually overpowering and pinning him down. The man was then detained by flight attendants.

For safety reasons the pilot decided to land the Airbus A321 at Lyon’s international airport, where police escorted off the aircraft pee-man and a second man who was involved in the fight. The plane eventually took off again and passengers arrived at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport three hours behind schedule.

The flight had originated in Algiers, the capital of Algeria — a Sunni-Muslim country in North Africa with a population of 40.4 million, 99% of whom are Arab-Berber. So draw your conclusion as to the ethnic/religious identity of pee-man. I put my money on Muslim!

man who peed on passenger held down

Even more bizarre is the fact that similar disturbances have occurred in the recent past.

Jeff RubinIn September 2015, 27-year-old Jeff Rubin was arrested at Portland International Airport in Oregon after he allegedly urinated on fellow passengers on a JetBlue flight from Anchorage, Alaska.

Rubin, who had been sleeping for most of the flight, stood up and began urinating through the space between the seats in front of him. Then he lost his balance and fell backwards, spraying urine on other passengers, seats and luggage. Rubin was charged with second-degree criminal mischief and offensive littering.

Gérard_Depardieu_Cannes_2015In 2011, French actor Gérard Depardieu was kicked off a CityJet flight from Paris to Dublin after he urinated in the aisle while the plane was taxiing to a runway.

Depardieu needed to use the toilet, but was told he would have to wait until the plane was airborne and the seat belt sign was turned off. The actor responded by leaving his seat and peeing in the aisle. The plane promptly returned to the gate and Depardieu was ordered to disembark.


Zika virus epidemic: What you should know

There is a new epidemic, a disease that no one has ever heard of, which may cause a terrible birth defect that few people have heard of. Nevertheless, this new disease quickly has become a health emergency on a par with Ebola, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

The disease is caused by the Zika virus — a mosquito-borne disease that, like Ebola, originated in Africa, but is rapidly spreading in Latin America.

Active Zika transmission areas


4 out of 5 people who are infected won’t even have symptoms. Others have only mild flu-like symptoms — a rash, fever, joint pain, and red eyes — which last several days to a week. But in 1 of 5 cases, Zika virus infection can lead to:

  1. Guillain–Barré syndrome, that causes temporary or permanent nerve and muscle damage.
  2. Microcephaly birth defect: babies born with abnormally small heads, who may be severely disabled, both physical and mental, as well as a shorter life span.

Why World Health Organization is concerned

Public health officials are concerned about the fast-spreading Zika virus. WHO director-general Margaret Chan, MD, said, “The level of alarm is extremely high” for four reasons:

  1. The virus has been tied to severe birth defects, such as brain damage, in babies of infected women.
  2. The yellow-fever (or Aedes) mosquito that carries the virus is found in nearly every country in North and South America except Canada and Chile.
  3. People in these countries have never been exposed to the virus before, so there’s very little natural immunity to the virus in the general population.
  4. There is no vaccine that can prevent the infection, very few tests available to detect it, and no treatments for it.

WHO says the virus is spreading “explosively” in the Americas. Assistant director-general Bruce Aylward, MD, expects there will be 3 million to 4 million Zika infections in the Americas over the next 12 months.

Zika in the U.S.

According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 31 people in the United States ( in 11 states and D.C.) are infected by the Zika virus. All had recently returned from travel in Zika-infected places.

At present, there are no signs that mosquitos in the continental U.S. have the virus. But officials expect local spread of the virus will eventually happen in the U.S., probably in areas that have also seen locally passed dengue fever infections, like the southern tips of Florida and Texas. Dengue is carried by the same species of mosquito that also carries the Zika virus.

Even if Zika does take root in the U.S., we are told it’s not likely to cause widespread misery the way it has in Brazil, in part because Americans use air conditioners and screens on their windows and doors.

Warning for pregnant women

The CDC has issued a travel warning for women who are pregnant or want to become pregnant covering 24 nations and territories in Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Pregnant women are advised to postpone traveling to Zika-infected regions. Those who must travel or live in an affected area are urged to undertake protection against mosquito bites by wearing long sleeves and long pants, and using a mosquito repellent like DEET, which is safe to use during pregnancy.

ZIKA virus can be transmitted through sex

Alarmingly, the CDC just confirmed a first case of the Zika virus that was transmitted by sexual contact in Dallas County.

The patient was infected with the virus after having sexual contact with an ill individual who returned from a country where Zika virus is present.

Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) director Zachary Thompson said that “Zika virus can be transmitted through sex” and counsels the use of condoms or abstinence as the best prevention method against Zika and any sexually-transmitted infections.

Zika virus mosquito is genetically modified?

A clinical psychologist named Kathy J. Forti claims that the Zika virus, which has been detected in 18 of the 26 states in Brazil, is transmitted by the genetically-modified Aedes mosquito, developed by the British biotech company Oxitec to battle dengue fever.

Since 2011, Oxitec has been producing 2 million genetically-modified mosquitoes a week in its factory in Campinas, Brazil.

Oxitec is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The Aedes aegypti mosquito, also called yellow fever mosquito, is the world’s most dominant variety of mosquito that is commonly found throughout the subtropical and tropical Americas. The only two countries in the Americas that don’t have this mosquito are Chile and Canada.

A vaccine, not Zika virus, causes Brazil’s microcephalic babies?

Since late October, Brazil has seen more than 4,000 cases of microcephaly, 6 cases of which have been definitely linked to Zika, leaving the cause of the other cases still under investigation.


Dr. Forti maintains that it is the Tdap vaccine, not the Zika virus, that causes microcephaly birth defects in Brazil, because:

  • Only a small number of Brazilian babies with birth defects who died, had the Zika virus in their brain or in the mother’s placenta. This means a large number of the babies who died had no Zika virus in their brain.
  • Zika has been around since before 1948 and has never been known to cause birth defects and/or death.
  • Brazilian mothers who gave birth to microcephalic babies had received a newly-formulated untested vaccine, Tdap, when they were pregnant because in late 2014, the Brazilian government made it mandatory for all expectant mothers to get a Tdap shot.
  • The Tdap shot, which combines the Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (whooping-cough) vaccines into a single jab, has never been proven safe for use during pregnancy, but is classified by the FDA as a Class C drug, which means it is NOT safe during pregnancy. And yet, in 2011, the CDC saw fit to recommend pregnant women receive the Tdap shot at 20 weeks gestation.

In 2015, the Vanderbilt Vaccine Research Program received a $307,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to study the immune responses of pregnant women who had received the Tdap vaccine.

Sources: CDCWebMD, ABC13; Trifinity8

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV

In a speech at the 2010 TED conference, Bill Gates made a Freudian slip that belies the philanthropic purpose of his Foundation’s push for vaccines. In his speech, Gates was on the subject of how to reduce global warming by lowering the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) from Earth’s atmosphere, that a major way to do that is to reduce the world’s population. Beginning at the 1:03 mark in the video below, Gates said:

“The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a REALLY great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health service, we could lower that by perhaps 10 to 15 percent.”


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London Parliament to debate banning Trump from entering UK

This is friggin’ unbelievable.

On January 18, the British Parliament is scheduled to debate whether Donald Trump should be barred from entering the UK.

CNN reports (via Q13Fox), Jan. 5, 2016, that an online citizen’s petition to ban Trump from the UK had garnered more than 568,000 signatures, which is well above the 100,000 threshold required for a measure to be considered for a Parliamentary debate.

The petition says that since the UK has banned entry to people for “hate speech” before, “the same principles should apply to everyone who wishes to enter” the country, including Donald Trump.

The petition was precipitated by Trump’s proposal to temporarily halt the immigration of Muslims into the United States. The proposal prompted UK Prime Minister David Cameron to call Trump “stupid” and “three times a loser.”

Nota bene: I propose that Congress pass a resolution banning David Cameron from entering the U.S.A.

Obama & David Cameron play table-tennis at Globe Academy in South London 2011 (Source)

Obama & David Cameron play table-tennis at Globe Academy in South London 2011 (Source: Daily Mail)

Last week, the UK government released a statement stating that Home Secretary Theresa May has the power to “exclude a non-European Economic Area national from the UK if she considers their presence in the UK to be non-conducive to the public good” and that “The Home Secretary has said that coming to the UK is a privilege and not a right. She will continue to use the powers available to prevent from entering the UK those who seek to harm our society and who do not share our basic values.”

Trump owns a golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.

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Muslims risk their lives protecting Christians from al-Shabaab jihadists in Kenya

Not all Muslims are bad. Some are even heroic, risking their lives to protect Christians.

Joseph Akwiri reports for Reuters that on Dec. 21, 2015, as is their wont, Islamic militants of al Shabaab attacked a bus traveling in Mandera in northeast Kenya, spraying the bus with bullets, killing two people and wounding four.

Mandera, Kenya

Abdi Mohamud Abdi, a Muslim who was among the passengers in Monday’s incident, told Reuters that more than 10 al Shabaab militants boarded the bus and ordered the Muslim passengers to identify the Christian passengers by splitting away from the Christians.

But the Muslims defied the order and, in so doing, put their own lives in jeopardy.

Abdi said:

“We even gave some non-Muslims our religious attire to wear in the bus so that they would not be identified easily. We stuck together tightly. The militants threatened to shoot us but we still refused and protected our brothers and sisters. Finally they gave up and left but warned that they would be back.”

In previous attacks, al Shabaab has often killed both Muslims and non-Muslims. A year ago, al Shabaab gunmen stormed a Nairobi-bound bus in the same area and killed 28 non-Muslim passengers execution-style.

Members of al Shabaab in Mogadishu, Somalia, September 3, 2011. (Photo: Reuters/Feisal Omar)

Members of al Shabaab in Mogadishu, Somalia, September 3, 2011. (Photo: Reuters/Feisal Omar)

Julius Otieno, the deputy county commissioner, confirmed Abdi’s account, saying that the militants “were trying to identify who were Muslims and who were not,” and that the Muslim passengers had refused to help.

Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, al Shabaab’s military spokesman, told Reuters in a statement that his group had fired shots at the bus: “Some of the Christian enemies died and others were injured.”

The 2014 bus attack shocked Kenya and led to a shake-up of security ministers. Since then, buses carrying passengers from Mandera have been given police escorts, but Kenya Police spokesman Charles Owino said that had not happened in this case because the bus had bypassed a police roadblock.

Al Shabaab has said northeastern Kenya should be part of Somalia, and that it will continue its attacks on Kenya until Nairobi withdraws troops from an African Union force fighting the militants in Somalia.

Kenya’s long northeastern border with Somalia is widely considered a security weak spot. Factors include poor coordination between security services, and a culture of corruption that allows anyone prepared to pay a bribe to pass unchallenged.