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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Makes Canada Bow Down To LGBTQP Movement, Begs For Their Forgiveness

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Klik:>Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Makes Canada Bow Down To LGBTQP Movement, Begs For Their Forgiveness

by Geoffrey Grider

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced over the weekend that on November 28, the government will issue a formal apology to LGBTQ Canadians.

“For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.” Romans 1:26,27 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: What you are looking at happening in Canada right now is exactly what you would be seeing had Crooked Hillary won the election and been able to continue Barack Obama’s “legacy” of destroying America. Canada is also paying reparations to the LGBTQP via a “financial settlement” to the gay mafia. Trudeau is following what Pope Francis has been advocating for quite some time now. Amazing how less than 3% of the global population can exert such power, isn’t it?

According to Canada’s Globe and Mail, the apology “is expected to be the most comprehensive ever offered by any national government for past persecution of sexual minorities.”

The apology is expected to focus on Canadians who were criminally charged or lost their jobs due to their sexual orientation. From the 1950s to the ’90s, the Canadian government carried out what critics call a “purge” in which officials identified government employees they suspected were gay, forced the employees to go through humiliating tests — including one called the “fruit machine” — and interrogations, and ultimately kicked allegedly gay officials out of their jobs, the Canadian Press reported.

“It’s amazing,” Martine Roy, one of the victims of the purge, told the Canadian Press. “Even though if you fight all your life for that it’s always hard to believe it will happen.”

Trudeau promised the apology a year ago after the LGBTQ group Egale Canada released a report on what the government could do to remedy its previous anti-LGBTQ actions. The government is also dealing with a lawsuit from thousands of people alleging they were persecuted due to their sexual orientation.

A financial settlement is also reportedly in the works, although the details of it are not yet public.

This isn’t the first formal apology Trudeau’s government has issued. As Lydia O’Connor reported for HuffPost, he also issued apologies for the government’s past treatment of indigenous peoples and the 1914 Komagata Maru incident, in which Canada denied entry to Sikh, Muslim, and Hindu people and forced them to go back to India, which was dangerous for the groups at the time. source

 

 

Geoffrey Grider | November 20, 2017 at 1:14 pm | Tags: Justin Trudeau, LGBTQP | Categories: The Big Story | URL: https://wp.me/p1kFP6-dxu

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Pro-Erdoğan columnist calls on Turks to get ready for war with NATO

Aangeleverd door: Spruitje

Pro-Erdoğan columnist calls on Turks to get ready for war with NATO

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Ardan Zentürk

Ardan Zentürk, a columnist for the pro-government daily Star, has said Turkey will fight a war with NATO, adding that whoever says they “will not fight” should leave the country now.

Starting with a recent scandal in which Atatürk was portrayed as an enemy on a war chart during a NATO drill in Norway, then adding US aid to Kurdish forces in Syria, a court case against Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab for violating US sanctions against İran and the US refusal to extradite Fethullah Gülen, who the government accuses of masterminding a failed coup in Turkey last summer, Zentürk in his article published in the Star daily today said: “The US is not now administered by Americans who are accountable to the American taxpayer. Low-life people from the neocon/Zionist lobby with deep media connections have launched an operation against our country by turning [President Donald] Trump into a puppet.”

“The ‘emergence of the East’ has started under the Erdoğan-[Russian President Vladimir] Putin agreement. The first achievement of this rise should be the immediate closure of İncirlik Air Base [in Turkey’s Adana province] if the imperialist attack continues,” said Zentürk.

Claiming that a conflict between Turkey and the US is inevitable and that Turkey is at the point of “to be or not to be,” Zentürk said: ” It is clear that we will fight one day. … I recommend that those who say ‘I am not part of this fight, my property and comfort come before my country’ leave the country today.”

Both Islamist and ultranationalist/Eurosianist circles in Turkey have been pushing the idea of closing NATO/US bases in Turkey and leaving the alliance.

The Yeni Şafak daily, a staunch supporter of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the government, on Sunday said NATO plans to attack Turkey in 2018.

The ultranationalist Aydınlık daily on Sunday called for the closure of NATO bases in Turkey. The newspaper, which is known for its pro-Eurosianist line, on Saturday had called on the Turkish government to leave NATO.

Yalçın Topçu, a key advisor of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, on Monday said NATO was behind all coups in Turkey, stating that it is time to review membership in the alliance.


How Saudi regional moves impact Israel

We zouden deze man  Mohammed Bin Salman (32 jaar) eens wat beter in de gaten moeten houden

ISRAEL PULSE

How Saudi regional moves impact Israel

ARTICLE SUMMARY
The Saudi desire to change its role from a behind-the-scenes player to a forefront leader pushes it to engage in the US-led Mideast peace initiative.

Something dramatic is occurring in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which might soon impact the Israeli-Palestinian negotiation renewal. While most pundits are trying to figure out the consequences of the latest events there, they missed the shift in the kingdom’s traditional policy. Saudi Arabia has moved away from its role as a behind-the-scenes player to the position of a forefront leader. But as it is an extremely closed system, with little media transparency, it is difficult to assess the full significance of the internal purge that the young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has undertaken.

In fact, in parallel with the purging campaign, Mohammed had expressed very strong positions against Iran and its proxy Hezbollah’s terror activities both in Yemen and Lebanon. And so, the crown prince is clearly preparing for both domestic reforms and for realizing Saudi Arabia’s regional ambitions. He wants Saudi Arabia to fulfill the role of a leader in the Islamic world, perceiving Iran as its greatest ideological and strategic foe. The prince knows that positioning Saudi Arabia as a regional leader goes hand in hand with a US-Saudi rapprochement and also with taking more visible steps on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And it seems that he is ready to advance on both these fronts.

A senior Gulf diplomat stationed in London told Al-Monitor on condition of anonymity that the new crown prince is planning a relatively smooth transfer of power once he takes over for his father. He is known to be very pro-American, is close to President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and was the central force behind the economic and defense deals that were signed during Trump’s visit to Riyadh in May, as well as the president’s Riyadh Declaration. The Gulf diplomat said that the US administration fully backs the crown prince’s path to regional power and to a more modern Saudi Arabia. He has launched the plan for Saudi Arabia 2030, with accelerated high-tech development. Saudi Arabia must prepare for the post-oil era.

While pushing forward modernization, Saudi Arabia has made other moves of broader regional repercussions. The country is fighting the Houthis in Yemen, which are backed by Iran and Hezbollah. Lebanon is another place the Saudis would like to curtail Iranian influence. The resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri is an indication of this.

The Gulf diplomat said Saudi Arabia is interested in a close relationship with the Trump administration and in some degree of cooperation on the technology and intelligence fronts with Israel.

The diplomat said that the way Riyadh sees it, advancing ties with the Trump administration and also with Israel, at some levels, requires progress on the Palestinian issue. This may very well be the background to the efforts by the Trump administration for a renewal of an Israeli-Palestinian peace process, under broad guidelines that should be acceptable to Israel, the Palestinians, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. In any case, pushing forward the Palestinian cause was the reason behind Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ visit to Riyadh on Nov. 7.

A senior Israeli Foreign Ministry official told Al-Monitor on condition of anonymity that Jerusalem is aware of the domestic changes in Riyadh and is encouraged by the close relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, as reported by Kushner to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after Kushner’s visit to Riyadh in the beginning of November. “While this would lead to a stronger Saudi military, it also opens the possibility for Israel for security cooperation with the pragmatic axis in the Gulf together with Egypt and Jordan,” he said.

Indeed, a first public sign for such a development was displayed Nov. 15 when the London-based Elaph Saudi news site published a rare interview with Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot. In the interview, Eizenkot spoke about “full agreement about Iran’s intentions” between Israel and Saudi Arabia, and he even expressed Israel’s willingness to share intelligence about the Iranian threat with pragmatic Arab countries .

Referring to the American Mideast initiative, the Israeli official did not rule out that the eventual proposals by Trump are linked to the new American honeymoon with Saudi Arabia.

The senior Gulf diplomat confirmed the Saudi interest in renewing the peace process in the region following the Fatah-Hamas reconciliation agreement. According to the diplomat, the Saudis insist on certain points in their talks with the US administration. They have told the Americans that Saudi Arabia, the Gulf Cooperation Council, Egypt and the Arab League believe that it is an opportune time to embark on US-led negotiations for a two-state solution. For them, both the Saudi peace plan of 2002 and the Riyadh Declaration of 2017 should constitute the basis for such a peace and security process.

 

One more point they insisted on was that Saudi Arabia is interested in regional cooperation with the United States to fight radical terror and curb Iranian regional expansionist ambitions, including in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. More generally speaking, Saudi Arabia is willing to enhance its economic and security cooperation with the Trump administration.

And so, it seems the Saudi role in the region might be shifting from being an observer with great economic clout to being a more active player. Saudi Arabia wants to balance Iran’s influence, to create closer relations with the United States and most of all to modernize its economy. And for that to happen, it intends to become involved in pushing Israeli-Palestinian talks.

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/11/israel-saudi-arabia-us-mideast-peace-initiative-palestine.html#ixzz4yzxABfC4


Prikbord nr. 686 door: Columnist Leo J.J. Dorrestijn

Prikbord nr 686

 

34 miljard

 

Als VW 34 miljard kan ‘investeren’ in een verbeterd accupakket voor elektrische auto’s – de rest bestaat immers al – dan is dit kennelijk vooral milieusubsidie om tekorten mee te dekken. Want de schulden bij de banken, aandeelhouders en klanten die ongewild milieuschade veroorzaken, zijn nog lang niet afbetaald. Of moeten die schulden juist zo groot worden, dat VW nooit meer door de Staat kan worden aangepakt?

 

Beerput

Niet alles in de media is nepnieuws. Zo is er de laatste jaren steeds meer bekend geworden over de financiële beerputten en de rol van overheden daarbij.  Schimmige (belasting)constructies waarmee honderden miljarden uit het zicht van de Staat  – incl. het OM? – worden gehouden, deals met criminelen, Panama en Paradise papers, de DSB- en  Fortis-dossiers, de dossiers over woningcorporaties, het Clinton-dossier,  het ontwikkelingshulpdossier, de dossiers over Italiaanse en  Spaanse banken, de dossiers over Duitse en Franse banken en verzekeraars,  over de woekerpolismaffia, de EU-maffia en de CD’s van Zwitserse banken, etc. En nu de dossiers over Griekenland en Cyprus, waarbij naar verluidt het ECB-dossier geheim moet blijven. Is die beerput te groot?

 

Quotum

Ondanks alle weerstand probeert Brussel toch een asielquotum in te voeren. Te beginnen met 50.000. Doch zoals uit de huidige politieke discussie in Duitsland blijkt, worden die gevolgd door een veelvoud aan gezinsherenigers.

Daarbij liet de zieligheidsindustrie een 16- jarig meisje zien, dat haar Syrische familie in Griekenland al meer dan een jaar miste, maar kennelijk vooruit was gestuurd om de hele familie in Duitsland te krijgen. De EU is allang vergeten dat asielzoekers terug zouden gaan naar het land van herkomst, zodra de situatie daar weer veilig is. Merkel heeft echter de deur opengezet voor eenrichtingverkeer en Brussel volgt dit voorbeeld sluipenderwijs.

 

Vierde macht

Activisten en lobbyisten zijn de ‘vierde macht’ geworden in de (internationale) verdeling van invloed en geld in de Westerse wereld. Zelfs de vertegenwoordigers van corrupte regimes worden daarbij ingezet om extra druk uit te oefenen binnen de VN, EU, media, ontwikkelingshulp, vluchtelingenorganisaties, milieumaffia en Soros-conferenties.

Op de recente conferentie over het klimaat bleek het niet alleen te gaan om gigantische bedragen die de geïndustrialiseerde landen moeten besteden aan de discutabele CO2-reductie, maar vooral ook om 100 miljard per JAAR voor landen waar de toenemende overbevolking door het Westen moet worden gesponsord, zodat ze een ‘schoon’ welvaartsniveau kunnen bereiken. Hoe dit het klimaat ten goede komt, is een raadsel gezien de wijze waarop in die landen macht, geld en armoede worden gebruikt om daar corrupte elites in stand te houden en de internationale gemeenschap te laten opdraaien voor hun machtsmisbruik en roofoperaties gedurende tientallen jaren.

 

Ziekenhuisgarantie

Hoewel niet zeker is dat ziekenhuizen nog sneller ‘fuseren’ en nieuwbouw of mega-concentraties realiseren dan gerechtshoven, levert het mogelijk grotere risico’s op.  Zo kent de regio Tilburg – Eindhoven – Den Bosch een opvallende aanwezigheid van een ziekenhuisbacterie die zich met name voordoet bij operaties aan de benen. Gezien de weigerachtige houding om in bepaalde gevallen de verlangde informatie te verstrekken, zou een patiënt vooraf een garantieverklaring moeten krijgen, waarmee het dossier – incl. de foto’s –  niet alleen opvraagbaar is, maar ook daadwerkelijk beschikbaar wordt gesteld.

 


Netanyahu on Trump Peace Plan: Israel’s Security Interests Will Be Deciding Factor

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Netanyahu on Trump Peace Plan: Israel’s Security Interests Will Be Deciding Factor

Bron: Haaretz

Dispelling rumors about the U.S. administration’s possible plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace, PM reportedly tells cabinet he ‘doesn’t see anything concrete’

Jonathan Lis Nov 19, 2017 11:08 AM
Netanyahu during a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, November 12, 2017. Olivier Fitoussi
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that his response to any peace plan will be based on Israel’s security interests. Netanyahu, who spoke during the weekly cabinet meeting, said the Americans are already aware of his position.

 
“About President [Donald] Trump’s diplomatic plan, we heard a lot of speculation over the weekend, and I will not address it. I do want to say that my stance will be decided by the security and national interests of the State of Israel. This was clarified to our friends the Americans,” Netanyahu said.
On Saturday, an Israeli report said the Trump administration’s Israeli-Palestinian peace plan would be based on an independent Palestinian state alongside Israel, not necessarily according to 1967 lines. According to Israeli sources, the report said Trump intends to propose the Palestinians declare independence, after which the United States will recognize the Palestinian state. The Palestinians will also receive hundreds of millions of dollars in aid from Sunni Muslim Arab countries.

 
The White House denied these reports. “There is constant speculation and guessing about what we are working on and this report is more of the same,” the White House said in a statement. “It is not an accurate representation, rather it is a mix of possibilities and ideas that have existed for decades.”
Following Sunday’s cabinet meeting, Culture Minister Miri Regev said Netanyahu had informed ministers “that despite the rumors about a diplomatic [peace] initiative, he doesn’t see anything concrete.”
read more: https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.823588