Black Lives Matter even when they are accused of sexual misconduct.
Elijah Bethel is telling his story of being wrongfully accused and swiftly jailed because he was mistaken for another black man who allegedly groped a female in her sleep at SUNY Buffalo State.
This despite the fact that irrefutable evidence was available that would have cleared his name, had campus police bothered to review it.
Did we mention he was in jail before his first day of college?
At 3:21 a.m. on August 28, 2015, campus police were called to Porter Hall where a young woman had been groped in her sleep. The attacker fled and dropped cigarettes and a lighter.
“She was sleeping, and it was very difficult for her to make an identification,” attorney Paul Michalek said.
She said it was a short, black man in black shorts.
Nineteen minutes later at 3:40 a.m., police see Bethel in black shorts with three friends on the other side of campus.
Bethel still had the receipt from the restaurant where he and his friends were eating during the groping. They let him go, but soon after went to his room and dragged him downstairs for the most biased lineup drill ever:
The alleged victim was brought down to make an identification. There was no police lineup; just Bethel sitting alone already in handcuffs. …
The victim said, ‘That’s him,’ and Bethel was immediately arrested on felony sex abuse charges.
Forget that they arrested Bethel based on being a black guy in shorts. The restaurant where Bethel claims he was eating has video cameras, and there was DNA on the cigarettes and lighter at the crime scene.
Of course, charges were dropped when Bethel’s DNA didn’t match the crime scene. (No word if police ever found a match, or whether the accuser invented the groping, or what race the accuser was.)
Here’s how campus police explained their racist policing:
Mr. Bethel’s arrest was based upon probable cause and the evidence at the time…Evidence was analyzed resulting in the dismissal of charges.
Bethel spent five days in jail and his reputation was ruined. The only school that would let him enroll after this racist incident was Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.
Buffalo State hasn’t apologized for its racist actions, Bethel told the news station.
If there’s one thing you take away from this story, it’s this: Buffalo State is racist.
Read the story. (There’s also video with Bethel, but the embed code doesn’t work.)
St Mary’s Cathedral Sydney
The Muslim Students Association and “Black Lives Matter” had their display tables set side by side at the recent University of Ottawa “Islam Awareness Week.” During the full week of 07 March 2015, the two groups handed out books to students and staff at the university and spread their ideology.
The Muslim Students Association (MSA), was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood as one of its front groups with an eye towards recruitment and education.
All of those from the MSA seemed to be Sunni Muslim. None were Ahmadiyya, Ismaili or Shia. An individual asked about the lack of representation of other Muslim groups stated they did not know why this was occurring.
Multiple books were handed out. One was the Qur’an in English, while two others explained that all the scientific progress in modern civilization is to be found in the Quran and the Sunnah.
The third book handed out was on ISIS and essentially tried to explain that ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. When questioned, an individual at one of the booths stated that the West and the media are the ones who make a bad image of Islam. When pushed, this individual said there were no internal contradictions or problems within the faith.
The presence of a “Black Lives Matter” booth is consistent with the efforts of the Muslim Brotherhood front groups in North America. Attempts by Islamist groups to exploit the black community to their advantage are not new. The most recent examples were seen in Ferguson Missouri when CAIR USA (Council on American Islamic Relations) made repeated attempts to inject itself and the Islamist ideology into events there.
CAIR USA itself is a listed terrorist group in the United Arab Emirates as well as being identified as a front group for HAMAS, itself a Muslim Brotherhood entity.
Ironically, the second most influential person in the Muslim Brotherhood (Sayed Qutb) spent two years in the United States and made incredibly racist statement about blacks. The most infamous one was:
Jazz – This is that music that the Negroes invented to satisfy their primitive inclinations, as well as their desire to be noisy on the one hand and to excite bestial tendencies on the other. The American’s intoxication in “jazz” music does not reach its full completion until the music is accompanied by singing that is just as coarse and obnoxious as the music itself. Meanwhile, the noise of the instruments and the voices mounts, and it rings in the ears to an unbearable degree….
The University of Ottawa
The University of Ottawa is famous, or perhaps infamous, for its list of alumni who have gone on to become jihadist fighters and other major players in the Islamist world. This includes Al Qaeda financier and Human Concern International board member Ahmed Said Khadr from the 1980s and John (Yahya) Maguire who did a propaganda film for ISIS in 2015. Both were radicalized while associated to the Muslim Student Association at the University of Ottawa. As noted by Michelle Sheppard of the Toronto Star on her history of Omar Khadr (Ahmed’s son), the Muslim Student Association was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood.
The University of Ottawa Prayer Room
The University of Ottawa should probably close its common prayer room. The Quilliam Foundation, the world’s leading de-radicalization organization, has stated that Islamist Muslims tend to try to take over common area prayer rooms and create ‘Muslim-only’ areas. Rather, these rooms should allow for other faith adherents to use these facilities.
The Quilliam Foundation also notes that university authorities should ensure prayer rooms do not become an Islamist underworld, a centre for Muslim students to withdraw between lessons and thus avoid extra-curricular interaction with other students. The result of this form of activity is that Wahhabbist and Salafist literature then tends to dominate, the ideology spreads and there is the attempted exclusion of others.
At the University of Ottawa prayer room, students report that Muslim students tell them they cannot enter the room with their shoes on, even if the event is non-Muslim. They also report that they cannot find out how to book the room and their efforts are blocked.
It is not clear who controls the room. The Community Services office (3rd floor) normally controls all bookings for common rooms. They, however, appear to indicate this is the one room they do not control. Their suggestion is to go to the Student Federation, which also claims to not know. However, they suggest that the VP Social of the Student Federation (Hadi Wess) might be responsible, but that cannot be confirmed.
Of current interest, it should be noted that the same problem is occurring at Montreal’s Maisonneuve College. Students who are sympathizers of ISIS have attempted to take over some sections of the library and had done the same to the prayer room/common space, resulting in its closure. Students at Maisonneuve had reported they were afraid of Muslim students in those areas. Violence has occurred during the course of the attempted takeovers and the staff at the college fear for their safety. This is occurring in Canada this year!
Other universities have already closed prayers for reasons of Islamist extremism such as the Technical University of Berlin, the Technical University of Dortmund and the University of Essen Duisburg in Germany.
University of Ottawa and the Muslim Brotherhood
A number of individuals at the university have close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. While some can be found in the engineering faculty, the most interesting may be Dr. Aliaa Dakroury, who was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication from 2008 to 2012; at Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication from 2005 to 2010; and Departments of Sociology and Anthropology and Law from 2008 to 2011. She is now an Associate Professor and School Director of the Social Communications Program at Saint Paul’s University in Ottawa. Dr. Dakroury is the managing editor of the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (AJISS).
What is not noted, however, is that the AJISS is the official journal of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT). The IIIT is the think tank of the Muslim Brotherhoodand was created as such in 1981, ironically enough by a Canadian of Palestinian origin. Ismail al-Faruqui left Montreal Canada in about 1978 and created the IIIT in 1980. The organization was founded following an international conference of “major Muslim Brotherhood figures, including Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yusuf Al Qaradawi, in Lugano, Switzerland in 1977. The conference was held under the auspices of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists’, itself a spinoff of the Muslim Student Association, the Muslim Brotherhoods first public front group in North America.
Dr. Faruqui was stabbed to death, along with his wife, in 1986 by Joseph L. Young (aka Yusuf Abdul Ali). The IIIT and others have attempted to pass off this murder as a Zionist or CIA plot, but the criminal investigation and trial showed that the murderer, Mr. Young, was a Black Muslim convert. He claimed, with some evidence, that he killed Faruqui and his wife due to his poor treatment within the organization, despite having converted to Islam. Racism may have been a factor.
The Closing of the Prayer Room
Should the University of Ottawa consider closing its common prayer room? Given the problems at the University of Ottawa, as well as those observed at Algonquin College, Maisonneuve College and many others, this is a question worth considering.
 For more on the founding of the Muslim Student Association and its role in radicalization, see Is the Muslim Student Association of Canada/USA a Recruiting Point for Extremism? The article is online at http://tsecnetwork.ca/2015/09/25/is-the-muslim-student-association-of-canadausa-a-recruiting-point-for-extremism/
 For more on this, see, among many others,http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/islamists-exploit-ferguson-violence-promote-resistance .
 A full list of the terrorism entities can be seen in the article of 14 November 2014 UAE publishes list of terrorist organisations: Cabinet decision includes Al Qaida, Daesh and the Muslim Brotherhood. The article can be seen online athttp://gulfnews.com/news/uae/government/uae-publishes-list-of-terrorist-organisations-1.1412895 .
 For more on this, see, among others, Radical: My Journey out of Islamist Extremism, Maajid Nawaz, Rowan and Littlefied, page XXI.
 Michelle Sheppard, Guantanamo’s Child: The Untold Story of Omar Khadr, John Wiley & Sons Canada, Apr 8, 2008.
 For more on the Quilliam Foundation and its views on prayer rooms, seehttp://www.quilliamfoundation.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/publications/free/pulling-together-to-defeat-terror.pdf .
 For more on the problems at Maisonneuve College, see the 19 February 2016 La Presse article at http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/education/201602/18/01-4952337-tensions-et-intimidation-au-college-de-maisonneuve.php .
 See the IIIT information at http://iiit.org/iiitftp/AJISS/AJISS%2032%202-4/ajiss32-4%20toced.pdf . See the biography information athttps://www.flickr.com/photos/mmunac/6954246715 .
 See the FBI memo concerning this athttp://www.investigativeproject.org/documents/misc/159.pdf . For more on the IIIT, seehttp://www.investigativeproject.org/737/forgotten-investigation-emails-offer-insight-into-iiit-probe
 For more on the founding and history of the IIIT, seehttps://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/IIIT-Backgrounder-07-28-14.pdf .
Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued on Friday March 25, 2016 the traditional greeting on Easter:
“This weekend, millions of Canadians and people around the world will join with friends and family to celebrate the Easter holiday. Easter is the holiest of Christian holidays, and marks the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
“It is a sacred time for many, and an opportunity for us all to extend a helping hand to those in need, and to reflect on the notions of personal sacrifice and compassion that underlie the occasion. As we gather with those most important to us, let us put into practice what it truly means to love our neighbours as ourselves.
“On behalf of our family, Sophie and I wish all those celebrating a very happy Easter. We hope all Canadians, no matter their faith, find this a time of optimism, renewal, and new beginnings.”
Trudeau’s greetings on Christian holidays
Trudeau’s greetings on the Christian holidays repeat similar messages focusing on the joyful spirit of the holiday and general messages of hope, kindness, and charity.
The following are excerpts from Trudeau’s greetings on Christian holidays:.
Easter (April 2, 2015): “This is an especially sacred time of year for Christians around the world, as they come together to mark the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a time for us all to extend a helping hand to those in need, and to solemnly reflect on the notions of personal sacrifice and compassion that underlie this occasion.”
Easter (April 17, 2014): “As we spend the weekend with those most important to us, let us pause to reflect on love for one another and sacrifice in the name of service. Let us also remember those in need at this time of year.”
Orthodox Easter (April 10, 2015): “This day serves as a reminder to us all of the importance of extending a helping hand to those in need, and of solemnly reflecting on the notions of personal sacrifice and compassion that underlie this occasion.”
Orthodox Easter (May 3, 2013): “Easter is often marked by festive family meals, attending church services and coming together with loved ones. This important time of year is also an occasion to be thankful for our many blessings and to think on those who are in need.”
Christmas (December 24, 2014): “On this day, Christians reflect on their faith and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. This occasion inspires families and communities to come together, share what they have, and give back to those less fortunate. May we take this time to reflect on our many blessings, and remind our loved ones how much they mean to us.”
Orthodox Christmas (January 6, 2015): “Surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones, many Christians gather to mark the birth of Jesus Christ, and to reflect on his messages of hope, kindness, and charity. This joyful time of year is also an opportunity to appreciate the many blessings we are fortunate to enjoy in Canada, and to give back to our communities.”
Orthodox Christmas (January 7, 2014): “Christmas is a time of joy and celebration. While Christians reflect on their faith during holiday traditions, this is a time for togetherness and giving thanks for the many blessings in our lives. I hope you will take this time to reflect on the values we cherish most, and surround yourself with your loved ones. It is also important to take this opportunity to recognize the rights and freedoms we enjoy here in Canada. We are free to believe and practice all forms of faith, and most importantly, we do so in a peaceful manner.”
Trudeau’s greetings on Muslim holidays
In his greetings on Muslim holidays, Trudeau portray the basic values of Islam as identical to the Canadian values as crystallized in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and commend the Muslim community forenriching the national fabric.
The following are excerpts from Trudeau’s greetings on Christian holidays:
Eid al-Adha (September 24, 2015): “To mark this special occasion, they will attend morning prayers, share meals, and exchange gifts and greetings with family, friends, and neighbours. Based on the principles of sacrifice and charity, generosity and compassion, it is an opportunity for us all to reflect on these values, which unite all Canadians.”
Eid al-Adha (October 3, 2014): “This occasion allows for reflection on the importance of sacrifice and charity. Friends and family will gather for gift-giving to those less fortunate, and many Muslims around the world will undertake the Hajj. Eid al-Adha is an opportunity for prayer, forgiveness, and celebration. It is on days like today that we are reminded of the values that bring all Canadians together – those of peace, compassion, family, and friendship.”
Eid al-Adha (October 15, 2013): “Through morning prayer, the exchange of greetings and gifts with loved ones, and partaking in charitable acts, those observing Eid al-Adha reflect the values that bring all Canadians together – those of peace, altruism, family and friendship.”
Ramadan (June 18, 2015): “On the first day of Ramadan, Muslims in Canada and around the world will begin their month-long journey of fasting, prayer, and spiritual reflection. It is an occasion characterized by empathy, discipline, compassion, and charity.
“During this blessed month, we are reminded of the many ways our vibrant Muslim community helps to enrich our national fabric each and every day. It is an opportunity for all Canadians to reflect on how very fortunate we are to live in a nation where people from every imaginable faith, culture, and country, who speak every language, live, work, build, and thrive together.”
Ramadan (June 27, 2014): “During this month distinguished by empathy and discipline, Canadians are reminded of how fortunate we are to live in a country that not only embraces, but celebrates diversity. I look forward to joining with the Muslim community in the weeks to come in observance of this holy month.
Ramadan (July 9, 2013): “During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims in Canada and around the world fast and engage in deep spiritual reflection, recommit to a life guided by compassion and charity, and foster spiritual renewal of themselves and their communities.
“Underlying the teachings of Ramadan are the values of empathy, generosity and discipline – principles upon which Canada is founded. They are tenets of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which guarantees those things sacred to you, to me and to all people with whom we share this great land.
“I am proud to live in a country where people come together, where our common dreams crowd out the fears that would divide us. Canada is so greatly enriched by its diversity of cultures, languages and religions, and by our shared belief in respect, acceptance, understanding and friendship.”
Eid al-Fitr (July 17, 2015): “Every year, I have the pleasure of marking Ramadan with Muslim communities across our country. It is always an honour to partake in this sacred tradition, which rests upon our shared values of empathy, generosity and discipline.
“This year, I had the opportunity to join families at gatherings in Mississauga at the Sayeda Khadija Centre, and in Calgary at the Akram Jomaa Islamic Centre. Sitting together with members of the Muslim community to break the fast was an enriching experience. At one of the gatherings, a group of interfaith leaders joined us to share in the spirit of the community. For me, there could not be a more Canadian way to mark the holy month. These occasions serve as an important reminder that our nation is stronger not in spite of our differences, but precisely because of them.”
Eid al-Fitr (July 28, 2014): “Eid al-Fitr recognizes the end of the holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting, spiritual reflection, and recommitment to the principles of charity and compassion. Muslims will come together at the end of this month to take part in the Feast of the Breaking of the Fast.
“Over the past month, I have had the great pleasure of joining members of the Muslim community in observing Ramadan, including at an Iftar dinner in Toronto. After witnessing this community coming together and the shared values that unite us, it is clear that Canada is made strong not in spite of our differences, but because of them.
“We must also take this opportunity to consider those Muslims around the world who are unable to enjoy a safe and peaceful Eid with loved ones. To those families and communities, I wish them the comfort and blessings that people of all faiths are able to share in Canada.”
Eid-al-Fitr (August 7, 2013): “As the holy month of Ramadan comes to a close, on behalf of the Liberal Party of Canada, I’m delighted to extend my warmest greetings to members of the Muslim community as you celebrate Eid-al-Fitr.
“Eid-al-Fitr is a time to cultivate a spirit of peace, forgiveness and unity. It is also a time to reflect on the value of friendship and family, the importance of charity and of helping those in need.
“Throughout this holy month, Muslims in Canada and around the world have been fasting and engaging in deep spiritual reflection.
“Ramadan teaches the values of empathy, generosity and discipline – vital principles upon which Canada is also founded. They are tenets of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which guarantees those things sacred to you, to me and to all people with whom we share this great land.
“Canada is so enriched by its diversity of cultures, languages and religions. Thanks to the hard work and co-operation of our many cultural and religious communities, we have built a country based on a shared belief in respect, understanding and friendship.”
Trudeau insists: “Islam is not incompatible with Western secular democracy”
In two separate interviews to CBC during recent months, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau firmly maintained that Islam is compatible with Western open and secular democracy:
(November 24, 2015): “Canadians are quick to point out that ISIS is wrong, that Islam is not incompatible with the Western secular democracy, a free place like Canada.”
A lot of stupid things are marketed as “feminism” in the 21st century, as the Feminist™ brand has become more obviously a racket than a political movement. People get rich peddling the Feminist™ brand, and the gullible young women targeted as the market for this product seldom stop to ask the simple question, “Cui bono?” Who benefits from the feminist racket? What’s in it for them? And what’s in it for you? Idiots never recognize feminism as the crooked three-card monte hustle it really is. They keep buying, buying, buying the brand — expecting to achieve “equality” and “empowerment” — and when the product fails to improve their lives, they are told by the (well-paid) professional vendors that their continued misery is proof of the Evil Power of Patriarchy.
“What you need,” says the feminist racketeer, “is more feminism!”
In the 1990s, Susan Faludi became a New York Times bestselling authorby telling women that a right-wing Backlash explained why the feminist movement of the 1960s and ’70s had failed to solve their problems. It would not do to admit that, like everything else that emerged from the New Left and the “hippie” counterculture, feminism was simply a bad idea. Go watch Laugh-In reruns, buy a Nehru jacket and start ending every sentence with “man,” if you’re into some kind of Woodstock nostalgia trip, but don’t try to tell me Ronald Reagan is to blame for the disappointing consequences of the Women’s Liberation movement.
Faludi’s Backlash theory helped spark a revival of feminism in the 1990s — the so-called “Third Wave” — and now here we are, 25 years later, and everywhere we look, young women are ranting about misogyny, objectification, “rape culture” and “dismantling our capitalist imperialist white supremacist cisheteronormative patriarchy.” At what point will women wise up to the fact that feminism is a neo-gnostic cult, insofar as it is not simply a pyramid scheme, a scam by which academics and other professional vendors of feminist ideology enrich themselves?
When I was nine, I finally found out the real reason why my parents got divorced when I was two. I remember my older sister and I would ask our mom what had happened between her and our dad, and she would always respond that our father would tell us when he was ready. . . . Well that day came. . . .
She explained to us that alcoholism and addiction is a disease and it can cause a person to do things they normally wouldn’t; it can even change a person completely. . . .
I made it to my freshman year of college before I started drinking, and to the end of my sophomore year before I started doing drugs. It’s not that I forgot about my dad and what substance abuse did to him, I just figured it wouldn’t happen to me because I would never let it get that out of control. . . .
Molly, acid, pills; I loved them all. But cocaine, cocaine was my soul mate. . . . Blow just made me feel invincible and confident, like all the problems that usually come with risk-taking and impulsivity just didn’t exist for me. I was the life of the party, I got bartenders to dance on tables with me, I gave and got champagne baths, I did lines off all sorts of body parts, I got invited to every after party I wanted and then some.
“Party girl! Woo-hoo!”
We all know the type. Tiernan Hebron says she stopped doing cocaine in February 2015, although she didn’t stop drinking, and the reader may well be wondering, what does this have to do with feminism? Well . . .
I Took off My Top and Walked Down
Hollywood Boulevard for Gender Equality
This summer, pictures of my naked breasts were plastered all over the city of Los Angeles and on social media. . . .
I’m a rally organizer for the Free the Nipple campaign and the walk that took place on Hollywood Boulevard [in September 2015] was the culmination of my work over the last two months. . . .
I felt empowered and free as we chanted, “Free the nipple” and “Desexualize the female body.” . .
You can read the rest of Tiernan Hebron’s account of her topless activism for “gender equality,” or you could buy an Abnormal Psychology textbook from Amazon.com and read up on narcissistic personality disorder and borderline personality disorder and try to figure out exactly what kind of crazy Tiernan Hebron is. While I don’t have a degree in psychology, I know crazy when I see it, and Tiernan Hebron is definitely crazy.
Also, some readers may be curious what Tiernan Hebron’s naked breasts look like, but trust me, it’s not worth the time to Google. If you’ve seen one recovering cokehead with pierced nipples, you’ve seen ’em all.
McCain’s Law of Toplessness
The probability of a woman going topless
is inversely correlated to the likelihood
that any man wants to see her topless.
Feminism is a way for foolish women to excuse their bad decisions by blaming patriarchy. Given her history of bad decisions, Tiernan Hebron is likely to have a long, successful career as a feminist, which makes me sad. Snorting cocaine and dancing on tables are ultimately less harmful than peddling a bankrupt ideology, and certainly a lot more fun.
Speaking of bad decisions, she’s a Bernie Sanders supporter.
Feminism attracts women too crazy to understand that turning their mental illnesses into the basis of a political movement is never going to solve their problems. Attempting to rearrange society to accommodate the deranged theories of crazy women — the social construction of the gender binary within the heterosexual matrix — will predictably result in a society that produces even more craziness. Instead of lunatics being locked up in mental wards, they’re parading around half-naked in support of a geriatric socialist’s presidential campaign: “Feel the Bern!”