Sharia Canada: Officer cadets kicked out of Canadian Forces after desecrating Qur’an with bacon and bodily fluid

Certainly at least one of them is guilty of a disgusting and obnoxious act. If that is enough to get one kicked out of the Canadian Forces, so be it. If, however, they are being kicked out for the crime of desecrating the Qur’an, then Canada is enforcing Sharia blasphemy law. That would not be surprising coming from the Trudeau government with its “anti-Islamophobia” motion M-103, but it still threatens the freedom of speech that is the foundation of any free society. If Canadians are no longer free to dislike Islam and have contempt for the Qur’an, they are no longer free. Would these cadets have been kicked out for desecrating a Bible?

“Officer cadets kicked out of Canadian Forces after desecrating Qur’an with bacon and bodily fluid,” by David Pugliese, Ottawa Citizen, May 25, 2018 (thanks to Brad):

Three officer cadets will be kicked out of the Canadian Forces after they were involved in the desecration of a Qur’an with bacon and bodily fluid.

The incident with the Islamic holy book, which took place off-campus on March 31 during the Easter long weekend, involved four cadets from the Royal Military College in Saint-Jean, Que.

Other officer cadets reported it to Royal Military College Saint-Jean authorities on April 10 and an investigation was initiated the same day, the Canadian Forces said in a statement Friday. A video recording was made of the desecration of the Qu’ran — in which at least one of the cadets allegedly masturbated onto the book — but it no longer exists, the Forces said.

“Such misconduct goes against our core beliefs and is not tolerated, especially at RMC Saint-Jean, where future leaders of the Canadian Armed Forces are trained and educated,” the statement said.

Two of the officer cadets were served with a notice that they will be recommended for release from the Canadian Forces for unsatisfactory conduct. Another was served with a release notice based on unsatisfactory performance. One officer cadet was served with a recorded warning and will undergo counselling.

The officer cadets are appealing the decision to kick them out and a final ruling on that action is expected in mid-June, Department of National Defence sources said.

“At this time there is no indication that any of them belong to any kind of hate group,” the military said in its statement.

The military police and Canadian Forces National Investigation Service were consulted but have not started an investigation. That job was instead handed over to commanders at the college.

Lt.-Gen. Charles Lamarre, the chief of military personnel, said the desecration of any religious symbol by a member of the Canadian Forces will not be tolerated….

Polish war hero Pilecki embodied fight for national freedom: president

Friday marked exactly 70 years since Pilecki was executed in Warsaw after a show trial in which he was found guilty of charges including espionage against Poland’s Soviet-backed communist regime at the time.

At a ceremony in the Polish capital on Friday, Duda laid a wreath at a site where Pilecki was shot dead on May 25, 1948.

Paying tribute to the freedom fighter, Duda said Pilecki “was the embodiment of the most noble attitude that could be imagined” when Poland was occupied by Nazi Germany during World War II and when a Soviet-controlled communist government was installed in Warsaw in the aftermath of the war.

Duda added that Pilecki, who also fought in the Polish-Soviet War of 1919-1921, was “a monumental figure, someone who should be an absolute role model for the present and future generations of young Poles … an extremely noble and wonderful man, the epitome of a … soldier fighting steadfastly for a free Poland, a hero.”

Pilecki’s daughter, Zofia Pilecka-Optułowicz, was among those who attended the high-profile ceremony at the Wall of Death in the former Rakowiecka Prison in Warsaw.

Commemorations in Pilecki’s tribute were scheduled to continue in the Polish capital later in the day.

Victim of two totalitarian systems

Pilecki is known as a victim of two totalitarian systems as well as “the Auschwitz volunteer.”

In 1940, he allowed himself to be arrested by the Germans and sent to the Nazi German concentration camp of Auschwitz in order to gain first-hand knowledge of the conditions there.

In his reports from Auschwitz, he wrote about the situation in the camp and German plans to exterminate European Jews.

In 1943, after escaping from Auschwitz, Pilecki reached Warsaw, and a year later fought in the Warsaw Uprising.

After the war he went to Italy and joined the Second Corps, part of the Polish Armed Forces in the West. He was then sent to communist-ruled Poland as an intelligence agent.

He was captured and executed by Poland’s communist authorities three years after the end of World War II, following a show trial in which he was charged, among other things, with espionage for “foreign imperialism” and plans to assassinate several communist security service officials.

His burial place has never been found.

In 1990, he was rehabilitated and in 2008 posthumously awarded the Order of the White Eagle, the highest Polish state decoration. In 2013, he was posthumously promoted to the rank of colonel.

Pilecki’s original 400-page Auschwitz Report was published in the United States in 2012 under the title The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery.,Polish-war-hero-Pilecki-embodied-fight-for-national-freedom-president

Iran: Airport screens hacked with message decrying regime for “wasting Iranians’ lives and financial resources”

The Iranian people deserve better than the brutal and inhumane Islamic Republic. We can only hope they will soon be rid of it.


Screens at Iran airport said hacked with anti-regime messages,” Times of Israel, May 25, 2018:

Monitors at an airport in Iran were reportedly hacked Thursday in protest of the Iranian government and the cost of its regional interventionism.

The messages on the screens at Mashhad’s airport denounced “wasting Iranians’ lives and financial resources in Gaza, Lebanon and Syria by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC),” according to Radio Farda.

The IRGC, an elite unit, plays a central role in Iran’s support for Syria’s President Bashar Assad, as well as terror groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah….