Sunday, September 10, 2017

Show Notes 09-08-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-8-17

UN rights experts criticize US failure to unequivocally reject racist violent events
The United Nations body monitoring implementation of the global convention on prohibiting racial discrimination has called on high-level politicians and public officials of the United States to unequivocally and unconditionally reject and condemn racist hate speech and crimes in Charlottesville and throughout the country.
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The Progression of Sharia and Jihad in Non-Muslim Countries – New Update
When politically correct, tolerant and culturally diverse societies agree to Muslim demands for their religious privileges, some of the other components tend to creep in as well. Here is how it works. As long as the Muslim population remains around or under 2% in any given country, they will be, for the most part, regarded as a peace-loving minority and not as a significant threat to other citizens.
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BREAKING: Appeals Court Rules Against Donald Trump Over Scope Of Travel Ban
The ninth circuit of the U.S. Appeals Court has reportedly ruled against President Donald Trump over the scope of his executive travel ban. Reuters reports, “U.S. appeals court rules against President Donald Trump over scope of travel ban.”
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Canada: Antifa threatens to “smash” conference opposing “anti-Islamophobia” motion
A conference entitled “M-103: Islamophobia Cure or Shariah Trap?” will take place in Toronto this Sunday. The event is organized by a group called Canadian Citizens for Charter Rights and Freedoms (C3RF).
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Sun Unleashes Monster Solar Flare, Strongest in a Decade
Early morning on Sept. 6, the sun released two powerful solar flares — the second was the most powerful in more than a decade.
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Water Molecules May Survive on the Moon's Surface All Day Long
Water may be bound to rocks across the moon's entire surface all day long, a new study finds. This finding suggests that large amounts of water molecules could be permanently present on the surface of the moon, the study's researchers said.
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Fake Facebook 'like' networks exploited code flaw to create millions of bogus 'likes'
A thriving ecosystem of websites that allow users to automatically generate millions of fake "likes" and comments on Facebook has been documented by researchers at the University of Iowa.
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FEC Dems renew bid to regulate Internet, Drudge, 'not done fighting'
They've repeatedly tried and failed to impose regulations on Internet political communications, possibily even media sites like the Drudge Report, but congressional testimony that unnamed Russians spent $100,000 for politically themed ads on Facebook is sparking a new bid by Democrats on the Federal Election Commission.
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‘Activist Mommy’ Banned from Twitter After Slamming Teen Vogue Editor for ‘Teaching Kids Sodomy’
Twitter has banned a woman for mocking a Teen Vogue editor who was honored after publishing an anal sex guide teaching young kids sodomy.
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Has Jerusalem ever known peace?
Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by the Babylonians in 587 B.C. on the date in the Jewish calendar 9th of Av, or Tisha B’Av. The Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans on the same date, Tisha B’Av, in 70 A.D.
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