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It’s not just an Islamic or Muslim thing, but Jews too! It looks like they are trying to ‘Burqa’-‘Frumka’ the world?

Security dilemma of the Niqab
by Marzouk Ahmed

A sociologist in Quebec carried out a experiment at university where a male wore a niqab and gloves (usually worn by the most extremist/fundamentalist Muslims around the globe) for an entire day. He was able to go in and out of female restrooms, shop in lingerie stores, and go in a few banks. A few minutes later after each visit, the Sociologist went into the banks and asked if anyone had seen a man fitting his description. No one saw him. Can you imagine how dangerous this could be?

Face veils (niqabs) are dangerous. Adult men can hide their identities in them as well as women who will never be integrated into society. If these people want to live in Western countries per se , they need to realize that covering their face in public areas is as unacceptable to us, as a western citizen walking into Mecca in a Bikini would be for muslims. Now a lot of muslim activists and liberal thinkers have constantly argued that the free West should not…

“But, Meester, wee’re Mexican!”

There was an interesting comment from a teacher ‘Ur Drighten’  from Texas on a post and thought I’d share with everyone.  Video provided by ‘Dirkster’.  Thank you both,  shera~

I spent over 20 years teaching Mexican-Americans, Mexicans-with-US-Citizenship, and Mexican-Mexicans in El Paso.                                         When 9/11 happened, all American flags were lowered immediately. The giant Mexican flag in Juarez (160×90 feet, on a 300 foot flagpole) stayed up for 2 additional days. More than that, Mexicans in El Paso went out of their way to put up even more Mexican flags on their car antennas! Some of my students, the Mexican-Americans, were mostly well behaved and worked diligently on their assignments. The rest of them were only interested in showing me that a gringo could never make them do any work or behave. They sat around and played a game called “Who’s More Mexican?” In middle class neighborhoods, the game was won by the kid whose parents spoke only Spanish or who…

Pledge of Allegiance ? by Dr. Rex Curry

America’s Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and “military socialism” as promoted by Francis Bellamy of the Youth’s Companion, Edward Bellamy of Looking Backward, and other socialists in the USA, exposed here. Francis Julius BellamyThe USA originated flag fetishism, robotic group-chanting to flags, Nazism, Nazi salutes, and the modern swastika as alphabetical symbolism, as shown in the jaw-dropping discoveries of the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of “Pledge Of Allegiance Secrets”). The USA’s Pledge of Allegiance was written by a National Socialist (Francis Bellamy) in 1892 and it spread to many countries, including South Korea.
Socialists in the USA have a long history of influencing flag worship in other people. Japanese Americans were taught America’s stiff-arm salute in government schools, and even at internment camps or concentration camps.


To this day, China still uses America’s early stiff-arm salute.
American socialists even influenced flag worship in t…

A $100,000 Factory Job. What’s Uncool About That? I’ll Tell You What’s UnCool; American manufacturers importing workers.

What’s uncool about a $100,000 factory job? These days not much. In fact, factory jobs — once considered back-breaking and low-paying — have become high-tech and high-salaried. Still young people don’t get it, say factory owners, who can’t find enough skilled workers. “When I was an apprentice in the late ’70s, kids were dying to get into manufacturing. There were plenty of factory jobs,” said Joe Sedlak, a machinist who owns the Chesapeake Machine Company in Baltimore. “There are jobs for the taking today. But kids don’t want them.” Stereotypes about factory jobs still persist. And the media isn’t helping, factory owners complain. “On TV, kids don’t see many positive images of manufacturing,” said Bill Mach, president of Mach Mold, a manufacturer of plastics molds in Benton Harbor, Mich. A show will have a scene with “an old dark building with a bird flying out of it, and something bad happens.” MORE AT SOURCE  thank you battleskin88
Now From The US Department of Labor  H-1B Program
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Tracing the Roots of Jewishness

Tracing the Roots of JewishnessEdit This Post (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Who are the Jews? For more than a century, historians and linguists have debated whether the Jewish people are a racial group, a cultural and religious entity, or something else. More recently, scientists have been weighing in on the question with genetic data.
The latest such study, published today in the American Journal of Human Genetics, shows a genetic connection among all Jews, despite widespread migrations and intermarriage with non-Jews. It also apparently refutes repeated claims that most Ashkenazi Jews are descended from Central Europeans who converted to Judaism 1000 years ago. Historians divide the world’s 13 million living Jews into three groups: Middle Eastern, or Oriental, Jews; Sephardic Jews from Spain and Portugal; and Ashkenazi Jews from Europe. Although the Bible traces Jewish roots back to the time of Abraham some 4000 years ago, most historians have concluded that the actual Jewish i…

Cyber bill has gun control amendment

Incoming Speaker of the House, Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio), has tapped Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) to lead a cybersecurity initiative in the next Congress.Boehner, who will become Speaker of the House when the new Congress is sworn in next month, said that Thornberry, who will become vice chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, will “lead an initiative on cybersecurity that cuts across committee lines.” Thornberry said the cybersecurity initiative “will focus Congress’s efforts to combat the growing national security and economic threat. Cybersecurity is an issue of increasing importance in the wake of a number of high-profile breeches of both public and private cyber networks.” Cybersecurity issues in the House have been plagued by committee jurisdictional disputes between the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the Homeland Security Committee, the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Armed Services Committee. Thornberry told the Times Record News that…

Carbon Taxes – Cap and Trade; Are they for Western or Developed Nations Only?

mossberg590July 26, 2012 – 7:14 am(Edit)as i under stand it , this carbon tax is only going to be placed on developed western nations like north America and Europe while not taxing developing nations like africa and Asia , so the ” developing” nations are allowed to pollute as much as they want and no fear of being penalized for it ! sounds like commie talk to me , just more distributing of the wealth !Carbon pricing is the ultimate antisocial policy.The trouble with carbon pricing or taxation is there’s nowhere really that consumer spending can fly to to avoid carbon pricing.In the United Kingdom, for example, around 90% of the country’s energy is derived from fossil fuels. A carbon price will make everything more expensive – mostly for consumers.Pigovian taxA Pigovian tax (also spelled Pigouvian tax) is a tax applied to a market activity that generates negative externalities. The tax is intended to correct the market outcome. In the presence of negative externalities, the social cos…