Oklahoma small government advocates want to ban hoodies


Oklahoma residents are concerned that a proposed bill would make it a crime to wear a hooded sweatshirt, or hoodie, in public on many occasions, according to local news station KFOR.

The wearing of hoods or similar head coverings during the commission of a crime has been against state law since the 1920s, with the original intent of curbing violence perpetrated by the Ku Klux Klan. But the new proposal would also ban an individual from intentionally concealing “his or her identity in a public place by means of a robe, mask, or other disguise” even if he or she were not involved in a crime. Violation of the proposed law would constitute a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine up to $500.

The bill’s language includes exemptions for religious garments, weather protection, safety or medical purposes, parades, Halloween celebrations, masquerade parties, “minstrel troupes,” circuses, sporting groups, mascots or “other amusements or dramatic shows.” But several residents who spoke to KFOR expressed concern that the language was still overly broad and could be easily misconstrued to ban hooded sweatshirts on any occasion.


“I think this is a violation of an individual’s right to chose what they want to wear as long as it doesn’t violate the realm of public decency and moral values, and I think this could be very problematic,” Oklahoma City attorney James Siderias said.

“They might have personal issues for keeping them on; they might have a bad hair day or maybe they have cancer or they’re losing their hair. You just don’t know why,” Tracy Wehagen said.

The bill’s author, state Sen. Don Barrington (R), said that the goal is simply to help deter crime.

“The intent of Senate Bill 13 is to make businesses and public places safer by ensuring that people cannot conceal their identities for the purpose of crime or harassment. … Similar language has been in Oklahoma statutes for decades and numerous other states have similar laws in place,” he said. “Oklahoma businesses want state leaders to be responsive to their safety concerns, and this is one way we can provide protection.”

The fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida set off protests around the country in 2012, and protesters, including the NBA’s LeBron James and even members of Congress, donned hoodies in reference to the clothing Martin was wearing at the time of his death. A hoodie also graced the cover of Time magazine.

The Myth of Early Christian History: Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio


Besides the eventual eradication of the Gnostics and other alternative Christianities, much of the history of Orthodox Christianity is built on fabricated history and reasoning. Centuries of Christian Apologetics have been conjured to defend a carnival of pious fiction. In order to understand the Gnostics, it is essential to expose the fables, mistakes and outright deceptions Literalist Christianity has fed humanity as fact for almost two thousand years. Not only do we bring our usual scalpels, this time we also have a sledgehammer. Astral Guest– Ken Humphreys, author of ‘Jesus Never Existed


France: muslim Man shouting “God is Great” tries to strangle French police officer

A man has tried to strangle a police officer while shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is great), the latest in a spate of attacks in France that have heightened fears of terrorism.

The latest assault took place in the eastern city of Metz on Friday when a man arrested for bag-snatching asked the officer to bring him a glass of water.

When the policeman opened his cell door, the 23-year-old lunged at him and tried to throttle him while shouting “Allahu Akbar”.

Other police officers saw the events on the video surveillance system and rushed to save their colleague, who had been thrown to the ground. His assailant was said to have a history of psychiatric problems.

“The doctor who treated him (the officer) said that just a few seconds more and it would have been too late,” Michael Philippart of the SGP FO police union told L’Est Républicain, a newspaper.



The Islamization of Britain in 2014

The Muslim population of Britain reached 3.4 million in 2014 to become around 5.3% of the overall population of 64 million, according to figures extrapolated from a recent study on the growth of the Muslim population in Europe. In real terms, Britain has the third-largest Muslim population in the European Union, after France and Germany.

Islam and Islam-related issues were omnipresent in Britain during 2014, and can be categorized into four broad themes: 1) Islamic extremism and the security implications of British jihadists in Syria; 2) the continuing spread of Islamic Sharia law in Britain; 3) the sexual exploitation of British children by Muslim gangs; and 4) Muslim integration into British society.

What follows is a chronological review of some of the main stories involving the rise of Islam in Britain during 2014.





Canada: Normal Mom doesn’t want niqab-wearing bus driver taking her kids to school


A well-pickled Gord Martineau tells us that a niqab-clad bus driver has nothing to do with Islam, buses, schooling, children, CITY-TV newscasters who have been in place since Adam was a boy or anything for that matter – gee, thanks for clearing that up, Gord.

And I call bullshit on Afia Baig at 1:18 claiming she’s worn a niqab in Canada for 18 years – none of the Islamic head coverings made their appearance in Toronto until 9/11, after which vast numbers of Mohammadans donned the veils to show that they indeed were part of that murderous gang.

CITY-TV: Everywhere! And bullshitting with the best of them.






PEGIDA – Media scandal: Journalist poses as demonstrator in attempt to discredit the movement

What Will The Next Great SJW Hysteria Be?

With the rapid implosion of the UVA rape case, America’s bout of rape hysteria appears to be grinding to a halt. Like lemmings strutting off a cliff, the SJW media and prominent feminists lined up behind Rolling Stone and Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s tale of violent gang rape at a University of Virginia frat… only to be left with egg on their faces when it was revealed that the “victim,” Jackie Coakley, was nothing more than a psycho stalker with an overactive imagination.

But just because one lie has been punctured doesn’t mean that the SJW hate machine will be stopping any time soon. What crisis will the aggrieved dilettantes of xoJane and Jezebel be manufacturing next?

While it’s difficult to predict these things in advance, if we look at all of the white girl problems of the past couple years, from “street harassment” to college rape claims, a few commonalities emerge. By analyzing the traits of previous SJW witch-hunts, we can get a clearer idea of which society-wide issue we’ll be expected to care about next.