Daily Archives: October 14, 2011

Moderate Muslims arrest football player for Jesus tattoo

More examples of life under Islamic Sharia Law

Moderate Muslims arrested Colombian soccer player Juan Pablo Pino in a Saudi Arabian shopping mall for the disgusting offense of having a tattoo of Jesus on his arm.

Pino, who plays for the Saudi league has expressed “deep sorrow” for breaking the law.

Damn right he expressed “deep sorrow” because the Moderate Muslims in Saudi Arabia still cut off people’s heads for insults to Islam and to their Muslim Pedophile Profit Prophet Muhammad.

In other Moderate Muslim news, this time from the USA

 A Moderate Muslim attacked an American who had dressed as “Zombie Muhammad” in a local Halloween parade. Another American dressed as the “Zombie Pope” was not attacked by either Catholics or Muslims.

Moderate Catholic Americans were undoubtedly offended by the “Zombie Pope” but did not do violence because, well, they aren’t Moderate Muslims adhering to the Moderate Koran that directs murder of unbelievers.

Enjoy the video folks, because it is all about Free Speech in America and the West and which laws will apply.

And that’s it for this week’s Moderate Muslim News!

Examiner.com Atheist attacked by Muslim during Halloween parade

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Peter Boos warns about NIS “investing” in Four Seasons

NIS fund should be most jealously guarded.”

“…The fact that we are in a deep long term economic recession should not lead to a relaxation of the legal and socio economic principles governing the manner in which the NIS fund is allocated and invested. On the contrary…

I am of the firm view that it is precisely in times such as these that the integrity of a fund in the nature of the NIS fund should be most jealously guarded. 

The fund is not a commercial or development fund. It is a social security and pension fund, which should, for obvious reasons, be invested on a conservative basis to meet long-term liabilities.

Some may recall that CLICO failed essentially because it strayed from sound investment management practices as mandated in the law under insurance regulations, and took on several speculative investments, which eventually it could not support financially. Looked at objectively CLICO and the NIS have something very important in common: CLICO derived and the NIS derives large volumes of cash from insurance premiums, pension contributions, investment income etc.

As a corollary to that, the people whose money was held by CLICO and is held by the NIS were/are depending on receiving the benefit of those funds. In many cases those funds are the only savings and retirement planning provision made by such people.

Against this background some important questions arise on the appropriate use of NIS Funds by Government…”

Read the entire article at Caribbean360.com – Is an investment in Four Seasons development appropriate?

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