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Saturday, July 10, 2010 

Now for a number of briefs

Here we go again with my sporadic roundup.

Here's something from last month on a protest by the Chinese community in France demanding security against attacks by Muslims and blacks. And here's an extra item from the Augean Stables that sheds more light on the possibility that the police in Paris are being bought off by these North African gangs.

Here's an ad opposing the mosque at Ground Zero that was banned by CBS. Truly, they are a terrible network.

And here's yet another article by Pamela Geller about the mosque, and all the corruption surrounding its construction.

The Saudi king has indefinitely canceled a trip to France after Le Figaro quoted him using moral equivalence: he said that both Israel and Iran don't deserve to exist. As some French with an understanding of what the House of Saud is like will say, I'm sure, such a monster shouldn't be welcome in their country anyway.

In fact, isn't it high time now that a demonstration against the Islamization of France be held - let us be clear - in front of the French parliament? That's where you really send a message, and where the politicians certainly can't ignore you.

There also need to be a few modifications to the French Constitution, to make it easier to deal with Islam. Update: be sure to take note of this item, because there's a possibility that the constitutional court that's been assigned to review the burka ban might not deliver pleasing news. In that case, that's one more reason why it's good that a movement's been formed against shari'a in France.

Aaron Eitan Meyer writes on Big Peace about the dangers of "lawfare".

Mel Gibson has screwed up royally again, with a combined racist and misogynist offense recorded by his former girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, available at Radar Online. I don't want to waste time on his overrated movies ever again; they were never worth it.

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