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2017 Warsaw March

On  November 11th 2017, 60,000 demonstrators celebrated Poland’s 99th Independence Day in Warsaw in a bout of flag waving nationalist frenzy.  It was Europe’s largest public demonstration in recent years and the biggest gathering of its kind this century. 561 more words


The EU Lectures Journalists about PC Reporting

A report from the Gatestone Institute International Policy Council:

‘Respect Words: Ethical Journalism Against Hate Speech’ is a collaborative project that has been undertaken by media organizations in eight European countries – Austria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Slovenia, and Spain. 240 more words


Carey Price Told He'll Have To Show ID Before Each Face-Off During Habs' Home Games

“Come again?” Carey Price, star goaltender for the Montreal Canadiens, said after yesterday’s skate around when informed that – due to Quebec’s new face-covering ban – he and all visiting goalies will henceforward have to reveal their faces prior to each puck drop, when playing at home.  368 more words


How social media and new internet censorship laws are suppressing anti-Islamic viewpoints

According to an article published by the Gatestone Institute, a new German law introducing state censorship on social media platforms came into effect on October 1, 2017. 587 more words


Rachel Notley says Quebec's face-veil ban 'smacks of Islamophobia'

Alberta’s premier says Quebec legislation that bans people from providing or receiving public services with their faces covered represents a “sad day for Canada.”

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Pepe the Frog Takes a Bow

In 2005, illustrator Matt Furie created a character named Pepe the Frog, who was known for his catch phrase (“feels good, man”). The character reached instant internet fame due to his laid back behavior. 381 more words

Notes on Rojava

An opinion piece on the problematic aspects of the Rojava hype.
By Mirna Wabi-Sabi

The biggest hipster hype engine, Vice, has called Rojava “the most feminist revolution the world has ever witnessed”

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