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Saturday, 30 January 2010

Australia Prime Minister nephew in Ku Klux Klan stunt

The nephew of Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has been arrested for offensive behaviour, after dressing up in a Ku Klux Klan costume. Van Thanh Rudd and another man were protesting outside the Australian Open tennis championships, against a recent spate of attack on Indians living in Melbourne. Victoria state police said they fined the pair 234 Australian dollars (210 US dollars) each for offensive behaviour.

BBC News

Russia ranked highest in human rights violations

Russia has the dubious honour of having the largest number of pending complaints filed against it in the European Court of Human Rights in 2009. But some say that the figures are worse than they look

As stated in the official court press release, “as in 2008, 4 States (Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and Romania) were the source of almost 56% of the pending applications: in particular 28.1% of the cases were directed against Russia, 11% Turkey, 8.4% Ukraine and 8.2% Romania."

Experts say, however, that the main reason behind Russia’s leadership in this particular category is the size of its population. As Georgy Matyushkin, the country’s representative to the Court of Human Rights pointed out, if the ranking was done by cases per capita, Russia wouldn’t be nearly as high up.

Here’s a video discussing the whole matter.

BNP’s Mark Collett Star of Young, Nazi & Proud To Stand For Election In Sheffield A Foolish Joke Or A Very Cunning Plan We Ask

This week the BNP announced that their representative in Sheffield in the general election will be none other than little Hitler Mr Mark Collett. If you don’t know who Mark is then try to imagine if Der Fhurer had an anorexic grandchild with the only distinguishing personality characteristic is his extreme racism. Mark who has said many really brilliantly bad quotes in the past which include "Hitler will live forever; and maybe I will." And speaking of Aids said "A friendly disease because blacks, drug users and gays have it.”
So is putting him forward as a political candidate in Sheffield a bad decision by the BNP? or is this a very cunning plan by them. As Mark is bound to do something or say something hysterically bad that it will be gold mine of propaganda for us in the anti-BNP community.
And more than likely it will take the media attention away from the lesser know candidates in other areas of the country.

Who knows but its bound to be a giggle fest of news to come.
Incidentally there’s an absolute gem of a write up about this whole thing on the Lancaster Unity Blog site.

We highly recommend every person to read it.

The snowball that rolled into Hell, and other notes on mental health

A Preview Of The BNP Allowing Non-White Members

With the hammer of change coming ever closer to falling on the BNP.
The following video may be very close to the mark

Protests over Super bowl ads for anti-gay Christian group

A gay group is protesting over the decision of US television network CBS to show an advert by Focus on the Family during the Super Bowl next Sunday.
Focus on the Family, which says homosexuality "violates" God's will, is to screen an ad featuring football star Tim Tebow and his mother. Pam Tebow will discuss how she was told to abort her son in 1987.
The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League and is the most watched event on US television.
Women's groups have also complained about the pro-life message and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation complained that CBS had rejected a 2004 ad from the gay-friendly United Church of Christ which promoted LGBT equality.
At the time, CBS said the United Church of Christ's ad was "unacceptable for broadcast" as President George Bush had recently proposed a constitutional amendment restricting marriage to heterosexuals.
GLAAD senior director of media programmes Rashad Robinson said in a statement: "CBS spent years denying a platform to an LGBT-inclusive church that wanted to share a message of inclusion with a national audience.

"Now, when it happens to be financially inconvenient for CBS to hold to the standard it had previously imposed, the network's expediency benefits a virulently anti-gay organisation whose advocacy on these issues is the antithesis of that of the United Church of Christ."
CBS said this week that it had changed its policies on ads and that the church's 2004 ad would have been accepted now.
A spokesman told Associated Press this week: "We have for some time moderated our approach to advocacy submissions after it became apparent that our stance did not reflect public sentiment or industry norms."
Rev. J. Bennett Guess, of the United Church of Christ, said: "CBS' about-face only underscores the arbitrary way the networks approach these decisions, and the result is a woeful lack of religious diversity in our nation's media.

"Such flip-flops only lead the public to believe that broadcasters own the airwaves when, in theory at least, they do not."

French PM asks top court to help draft law banning full Islamic veil

French Prime Minister Francois Fillon has asked France's top court to help the government draft a law banning the full Islamic veil, his office said. The move comes three days after a French parliament report called for the ban. French Prime Minister Francois Fillon on Friday asked France's top court to help the government draft a law banning the full Islamic veil, his office said.

The government's move comes three days after a French parliament report called for a ban on the burqa and niqab, saying Muslim women who fully cover their heads and faces pose an "unacceptable" challenge to French values.
Fillon wrote to the State Council, the country's highest administrative court, asking it to "study the legal solutions enabling us to reach a ban on wearing the full veil, which I want to be as wide and effective as possible."
He asked the court to "help the government find a legal answer to the concerns expressed by parliament's representatives and to rapidly submit a bill on the subject to parliament."
The State Council is to submit its findings by the end of March.
After six months of hearings, a panel of 32 lawmakers this week recommended a ban on the face-covering veil in schools, hospitals, public transport and government offices, the broadest move yet to restrict Muslim dress in France.
The commission stopped short however of calling for legislation to outlaw the burqa in the streets, shopping centres or other public venues after raising doubts about the constitutionality of such a move.
France is home to Europe's biggest Muslim minority but the sight of fully-veiled women remains rare. Only 1,900 women wear a niqab, 90 percent of them under 40, according to interior ministry estimates.
Supporters of a ban argue that the full veil is being pushed by radicals in the French Muslim community, but critics say the wearing of the garment remains marginal and warn a ban risks stigmatising France's six million Muslims.
In 2004, France passed a law banning headscarves and any other "conspicuous" religious symbols in state schools after a long-running debate on how far it was willing to go to accommodate Islam in its strictly secular society.
The new French debate on the face-veil is being closely watched, three months after Swiss voters approved a ban on minarets.

President Nicolas Sarkozy set the tone in June when he declared the burqa "not welcome" in France.
He has since sought to reassure France's Muslims, declaring this week that freedom to practise religion was enshrined in the French constitution.
French support for a law banning the full veil is strong: a poll last week showed 57 percent are in favour.
The leader of Sarkozy's right-wing party in parliament, Jean-Francois Cope, has already presented draft legislation that would make it illegal for anyone to cover their faces in public on security grounds.
The Netherlands and Austria are considering a ban on the full veil, while Denmark said Thursday it would limit the use in public of the burka and niqab veils although stopping short of an outright ban
France 24