Barbados backs the right of Muslims to execute gays
By the time you read this the twelve men in the photos taken by the Nawasi militia group in Tripoli may have been mutilated and then executed for homosexual leanings. Their crime was to be at a private party frequented by (gasp!) gay men.
Arab Spring. What do you think it really is?
Barbados has no problem with other countries executing gays and lesbians. We even defended the executions in front of the United Nations.
“A woman gang-raped by the police was later prosecuted.”
by Souhir Stephenson
ON Oct. 23, 2011, I voted for the first time as a Tunisian citizen. It was the first election of the Arab Spring. Pictures of smiling, proud voters flooded the Internet. The world watched, surprised and hopeful. Moderate political Islam in the Arab world was touted as a possibility rather than an oxymoron.
A year later, we have no democracy, no trust in elected officials, no improved constitution. Human rights and women’s rights are threatened. The economy is tanking.
“Tourism is dwindling. Who wants to vacation among bands of bearded savages raiding embassies, staking their black pirate flag over universities or burning trucks carrying beer?”
Meanwhile, our government and puppet president watch, without arresting these Salafist extremists.
We have one thing left from our revolution: free speech. That is why Facebook is filled with outrage and cell-phone videos of the madness; why we exchange skits and caricatures of our dictators, past and present. If something will save us, it will be our refusal to shut up again.
… continue reading the New York Times article Tunisia, a Sad Year Later
Muslim Brotherhood announces Sharia law for Egypt
Thousands call for beating of women drivers in Saudi Arabia
Christians, women & gays fear Egypt’s democracy will bring increased repression
The celebration by some in the West over the “Arab Spring” uprisings is quieting as the truth continues to reveal itself in disturbing news stories every day. Students of history are unsurprised to find the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamo-fascists taking positions of power in the Middle East and issuing policy statements and warnings.
Like the Bolsheviks rode the popular wave of rebellion against Czarist Russia to seize the government, the Muslim supremacists are doing the same in the Middle East to assume power and control. Unlike the Bolsheviks though, the Muslim supremacists do have the support of the majority throughout the Middle East.
Unfortunately, the Muslim fascists now also have moral, monetary and military support from the West. As US President Obama said about the Middle East on May 19, 2011, “It will be the policy of the US to promote reform, and to support transitions to democracy…”
The West is about to discover that it should be more careful about what it wishes for. Continue reading