THE POWER OF MARINE LE PEN: The last, best, only hope to save France from rampant Islamic infestation

marine-le-penFRONT NATIONAL, Marine Le Pen’s party, is surging with support from the French middle class, youth, business, all non-Muslim (including Jewish) religious groups and immigrants as well as secular patriots. Front National has made huge gains in local elections as people begin to push back against the devastating impact of uncontrolled Muslim immigration and EU influence.



h/t Christian M


Islam needs to reform or leave Canada, says Canadian leader of PEGIDA movement

Three months after landing in Quebec, controversial European movement PEGIDA is set to host its first rally this weekend in Montreal.


PEGIDA — a German acronym for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West — has brought thousands into the streets of various European cities with its anti-Islamization message. The group, formed last year, opposes what it perceives as the Islamization of western countries and a subsequent erosion of western values. PEGIDA rallies have frequently been countered by opposing demonstrations in England, Germany and France, and a counter-rally is taking shape for Saturday in Montreal.


The event, announced on the group’s Facebook page, is expected to begin Saturday at 4 p.m. on the outer edge of Little Maghreb, a section of Villeray–St-Michel–Parc-Extension that is home to a large number of the city’s Muslim businesses and residents. From there, the marchers will reportedly head south and stop outside the Islamic centre run by Adil Charkaoui, a local educator who fights against Islamophobia and was once accused by the federal government of being a terrorist.


The Star  REFORM OR LEAVE: That’s the message from one of the leaders who has brought to Canada a controversial European movement that unites political conservatives, anti-Muslim immigration activists and patriots with the goal of beating back the rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism.



Jean-François Asgard is one of five people to have launched PEGIDA Québec earlier this year, the latest branch of a global anti-Islam movement that was created last fall in the German town of Dresden.


PEGIDA (the name is a German acronym for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) was founded by a graphic designer who planned a protest against the opening of 14 Muslim refugee centres in his city. It has risen rapidly, gathering more than 40,000 people at its peak and provoking warnings and denunciations from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


That has done little to stop its global growth and there are now branches across Europe, in Australia, Britain and the United States. There is also a national PEGIDA Canada group as well as a branch in British Columbia.

“The incompatibility of Islam with the west is flagrant and that’s the reason that PEGIDA and the Western patriots are rising up. It’s not just to counter Islam but to say that if Islam doesn’t reform itself, Islam needs to get out of the west,” Asgard, 33, told the Star in the group’s first interview ahead of a controversial march planned for this weekend.



Though the group is still in its infancy it has already been denounced on the floor of the House of Commons in Ottawa and condemned by members of Quebec’s national assembly for promoting hatred and fear at an already sensitive time for Quebec’s Muslims.

“Its actions are directly targeting the Muslim community. Among its supporters, we find Christian fundamentalists and adherents of the (National Front of Canada), a movement that is clearly against immigration and ferociously anti-Islam,” wrote Québec Solidaire co-leader Françoise David in an letter published in Montreal’s Le Devoir.


The rally, which PEGIDA is already touting as its North American grand opening, will start on the outer edge of Montreal’s “Petit Maghreb,” home to a number of the city’s North African — largely Muslim — businesses and residents. From there, Asgard said, it will head south with a planned stop outside the Islamic centre run by Adil Charkaoui, a man formerly accused of being an Al Qaeda sleeper agent.

Canadian Muslim who joined ISIS and burned his Canadian passport in a Youtube video was recently killed in Syria

Canadian Muslim who joined ISIS and burned his Canadian passport in a Youtube video was recently killed in Syria

Charkaoui has come under scrutiny after it was revealed that a number of the seven young Quebecers who recently fled the country to join the ranks of the Islamic State had attended his Islamic dogma and Arabic-language courses.

Recently ISIS released a video featuring former Canadian, 23-year-old John Maguire, now known as Abu Anwar Al-Canadi, demanding Muslim Canadians carry out terrorist attacks on Canadian soil. Thankfully he is now dead.

Recently ISIS released a video featuring former Canadian, 23-year-old John Maguire, now known as Abu Anwar Al-Canadi, demanding Muslim Canadians carry out terrorist attacks on Canadian soil. Thankfully he is now dead.

“We intend to make a stop there (at Charkaoui’s mosque) and, with the loudspeaker, it will send a message,” Asgard said, adding that the police have already given the group a permit for the march.

A number of other groups, including one describing itself as anti-fascists, are planning a counter demonstration.


In a Facebook exchange with the Star another of PEGIDA Quebec’s administrators explained that the group is a reaction to last October’s back-to-back terror attacks in Ottawa and in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., as well as a perceived failure of the provincial government’s failure to crack down on Muslim fundamentalists in Quebec.



















Anti-Islam signs appear outside Islamic Center and primary school

What the media are calling an “offensive placard attack” on a Dee Why Primary School and Islamic centre has attracted the ire of the ­Attorney-General, but the perpetrators are rightfully unapologetic.


Daily Telegraph (h/t Nick Folkes)  In the past week the Islamic Society Manly Warringah mosque on South Creek Rd was bombarded with hateful messages posted on a telegraph pole which said: “Islam = terrorism” and “Sharia free zone”.

And last week at Dee Why Public School, children celebrating Harmony Day were confronted with signs saying: “Harmony Day is a racist attack on Australian Culture” and “Multiculturalism = division, hate and preference.”

Fire & Rescue have nothing better to do than take down signs?

Fire & Rescue have nothing better to do than take down signs?

NSW Attorney-General and Wakehurst MP Brad Hazzard slammed the sign attack as “pathetic, yesteryear xenophobia”. “It was atrocious that they were put up outside one of most multicultural schools on the northern beaches,” he said. “It’s even more atrocious that it was put up the week after the school celebrated Harmony Day.”

Mr Hazzard also praised the Dee Why Islamic community. “Our local Muslim population are extremely peaceful, respectful and respectable people and clearly they have a substantially better outlook on life than the people who put these signs up.”


Islamic Society Manly Warringah management Faris Bawazier said the sign was “disgusting” but the response was heartening. “I’m very, very thankful for the people who support us, especially our neighbours,” he said.

The man behind the placards, Nick Folkes, contacted the Manly Daily to defend his actions.


Mr Folkes said he was the chairman of yet-to-be-registered political party the Party For Freedom. “It wasn’t intentionally targeting a primary school, it was targeting the adults behind the day who are using it as propaganda,” Mr Folkes said. “It’s a subtle way to get into children’s heads, saying all cultures are equal. Why don’t you celebrate Australian culture?


“Some of today’s parents will be upset but I’m sure equally, some will be going ‘yes, finally someone is speaking up’.”

Mr Folkes said he didn’t believe the signs in front of the masjid were racist. “That’s an erroneous, hysterical ad hominem argument, It’s not racist because I’m not talking about races. I’m not saying I’m against Arabs or Chinese. Islam is not a race.”


Police removed the signs by the masjid, deeming them offensive and vilifying Muslims while they were assessing the signs erected at the school.

Angry Muslim has a hissy fit when he encounters this group:

This should have a few angry Muslim heads exploding:


WOO HOO! Queensland Parliament in Australia considering a ban on all mosques

imagesSunshine Coast Safe Communities launched the petition last year calling on the State Government to support changes to the Sustainable Planning Act to the definition of “place of worship.”


Sunshine Coast Daily  (h/t Cathari) Steve Dickson will take a Sunshine Coast group’s petition, which is effectively calling for a ban on mosques, to State Parliament. They have asked for the definition to “exclude any applicant who advocates, teaches or practices an ideology philosophy or political system which contradicts the tenets of Australian Law” .

They have also requested the House make legislative changes to exclude any group or members which encourage practices like Sharia law, the subjugation of woman, honour killing and polygamous marriage.


Further they ask that the change would “defend Queensland communities and eliminate the threat of terrorism and the threat from political Islam”.

The Member for Buderim, Mr Dickson said he had met with members of Safe Communities and had agreed to present their petition “as I have with countless other petitions before this.”


He declined to answer a direct question as to whether he supported the petition, only to say he would consider any legislative changes if they were proposed by the government.

Sunshine Coast Safe Communities has also prepared a petition to take to the Sunshine Coast Council, requesting it to adopt the “precautionary principle” and refuse the application for a mosque in Church St, Maroochydore.


This petition has not been presented yet. Sunshine Coast Safe Communities is hosting a forum in Kawana tomorrow to “provide understanding on the politics of Islam”.

The Sunshine Coast Daily approached all the Sunshine Coast MPs to gauge their views on the Sunshine Coast Safe Communities forum and whether the region had reason to be concerned about Muslims.

The only MP who indicated support for the forum was Mr Dickson. He said he believed there was a need for the forum “to boost awareness of key topical issues within today’s modern society”.


COLOMBES, FRANCE: Hey, where did all the French people go?

6426518_GColumbes is a quiet little suburban town about six miles northwest of Paris. It is not Marseille, it is not even one of the 750 notorious Muslim NO GO Zones in France where non-Muslims, for the most part, dare never go. 

Video shot March 15, 2015 at Colombes in Hauts-de-Seine:

Fdesouche (h/t Christian M)