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  • New Canadian Law States Masked Protesters Could Face 10 Years in Jail

    06/23/2013 10:45:17 PM PDT · by Nachum · 18 replies
    Activist Post ^ | 6/23/13 | Joe Martino
    TThe rise of the people is an undeniable happening across the globe as hundreds of millions have taken to the streets over the past few years to stand up for what they are not happy with throughout the world. With these protests comes bullhorns, signs, masks, costumes and more creative ways that protesters use to make their point. But a new Canadian law (Bill C-309) now forbids people from wearing any mask or face-covering during a riot or so-called “unlawful assembly.” While it is difficult to determine how the law defines this type of protest exactly, it is clear on...
  • Huffington Post Masks Religious Identity of U.K. Acid Attacker: Changes Report from "niqab"

    02/09/2013 11:40:07 PM PST · by Nachum · 9 replies
    Atlas Shrugs ^ | 2/9/13 | Pamela Geller
    The horror of the sharia and Islamic culture is monstrous enough, but this media cover-up is truly horrible. It's bad enough that mindless followers of a religious culture engage in these atrocious mandates (it's their religion), but for non-believers (with the influence of a big media voice) to cover up for this brutal ideology is pure evil. These reporters are not believers; what's the excuse for their depraved inhumanity? The writer of this Puff Ho piece is one Sara Nelson, who is based in the UK. And if Nelson is not a devout Muslim (who would sanction such savagery) than...
  • Get 'em while they're hot: the latest fashions from Iran (for real)

    07/30/2006 11:43:59 AM PDT · by Wolfstar · 169 replies · 4,013+ views
    What the well-dressed Iranian woman will wear for Fall and Winter 2006. The photos are from a fashion show in Tehran, Iran, held Saturday, July 22, 2006. (Kinda looks like what they've been wearing for the last thousand years, but who's counting.)
  • 10/18/03 -- Jeb's Emails to FR poster, summer, today, re: Terri. (And, a Message to Michael Shiavo)

    10/18/2003 5:15:50 PM PDT · by summer · 401 replies · 2,027+ views
    10/18/03 | summer's emails with Gov Bush
    Note to FR: I am posting here an email conversation I had today with Gov Bush about Terri, and yes, he knows I am posting it here on FR. In my reply #1, located below this post of Gov Bush’s email, I have posted a message from me to Terri’s husband. And, no, I did not discuss with anyone my idea here to write to Terri’s husband. No one suggested it to me. Nor did I discuss it with anyone at all. In my next reply, reply #2 below, I hope to post a message to my friends here on...
  • Who was that masked man? (Long Read but Funny!)

    05/14/2003 5:40:14 PM PDT · by Preech1 · 10 replies · 157+ views
    London Telegraph ^ | 05/14/03 | preech1
    Who was that masked man? By Adam Lusher (Filed: 11/05/2003) Loud music in the pubs, the drunks stealing one's hanging baskets, the dreadful parking problems and, oh, the graffiti! Yes, on the mean streets of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the residents were crying out for a superhero. On Easter Monday, their prayers were answered. The superhero appeared, in full costume: cape, mask, boots, mysterious symbol on rippling chest, tight belt. They say that Ellen Neville was the first to spot him. There was trouble in the Pantiles area of town. The Pantiles? Think Batman, think the dark streets of Gotham City;...