Denver terrorist Joshua Cummings told authorities he murdered a security guard on January 30, 2017, to please Allah. Cummings asked the judge for a copy of a Koran during his first court appearance. Cummings shot Scott Von Lanken, a 56-year-old RTD security guard, in the back of the head. He later admitted he did it for the pleasure of Allah. CBS Local reported, via Religion of Peace: The man charged in the murder of a Regional Transportation District security guard says his actions that night were to please Allah. Joshua Cummings, 37, is charged with the Jan. 30...Read More
Month: February 2017
Starbucks brand and image plummeted after the CEO announced the company would hire 1000 Muslim refugees to protest President Donald Trump’s immigration freeze, according to reports. The coffee giant’s consumer-perception levels have fallen by two-thirds since late January, Yahoo! Finance reports. The perception-tracker measures if respondents have “heard anything about the brand in the last two weeks, through advertising, news or word of mouth, was it positive or negative.” In Starbucks’ case, perception is still overall positive, but significantly lower than it was prior to CEO Howard Schultz published a public letter outlining the company’s plans to give refugees jobs....Read More
President Donald Trump is expected to sign the new immigration and refugee executive order this week, according to a senior administration official. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the official confirmed the new ban could come into place on Wednesday. It comes after the White House pushed back the release of the new executive order to address legal concerns. The order will replace the White House directive suspending travel to the US by citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries. President Trump has said the new order will tackle legal issues raised in Washington state, San Francisco and elsewhere about the...Read More
Russia and China have vetoed a UN Security Council proposal that would have banned the supply of helicopters to the Syrian government, and blacklisted eleven Syrian military commanders over allegations of toxic gas attacks. The proposed resolution, put forward by Britain, France and the United States, was put to the vote of the international body on Tuesday despite an earlier pledge by Russia to use its power the quash the proposal, the seventh time it has done so since the conflict first erupted in Syria since 2011. The nations behind the proposal criticized Russia and China for the veto....Read More
Canada’s federal public servants have three chances to pass a mandatory feminist “gender equality” course or face unspecified consequences. LifeSiteNews has learned of a number of federal employees who fear that if they refuse to take the test, or outright fail it by not selecting the feminist-approved answers, they might be overlooked for promotion. Some fear they might even lose their jobs. The gender-based analysis plus (GBA+) course was developed under Jean Chretien’s Liberal government in 1995. Its purpose was to “advance gender equality in Canada” by helping government employees craft and implement “gender equality” policies, programs, and legislation....Read More
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