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Founder and chairman granted life peerage by David Cameron
27.10.2014. It is remarkable that I, a campaigner against mass immigration, should this week have been granted a life peerage. A decade ago that would have been unthinkable, but the fact that it is now happening is a measure of how much attitudes have changed. It has certainly taken a while. When I co-founded MigrationWatch with Professor David Coleman in 2001, nobody wanted to touch the subject. There was a widespread fear of being accused of racism that the Left were only too willing to exploit, and still are. You might call it the ‘Rotherham syndrome’: if the matter touches on race, don’t touch it. Thus begins Sir Andrew Green his article in The Mail on Sunday.
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An assault on the heart of the state
25.10.2014. On Wednesday morning, shortly before 10am, Corporal Nathan Cirillo of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders was murdered at Canada’s National War Memorial in Ottawa. The killer was a recent Muslim convert, as was the killer of another Canadian soldier in St Jean-sur-Richelieu on Monday, and the killers of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich in South London. In a detail almost too absurd, the Ottawa jihadist turned out to be the son of Susan Bibeau, the Deputy Chairperson of the Immigration Division of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board. Her (now ex-)husband was a “Libyan businessman”. Thus writes Mark Steyn. Continue reading his article at Document.no (with links to video clips where he comments on the latest developments in Canada and the Western world).
Christian woman convicted of blasphemy loses her appeal against death penalty
20.10.2014. The Lahore High Court has upheld the death penalty against a Christian woman who was convicted of blasphemy in Pakistan four years ago, as her lawyers vowed to appeal. Continue reading in The Independent.
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