The leaders of the so called democratic world have tried their best to influence us that they are right and pure, and the rest of the world should fall in line and
Russia Today reporter Adam Kokesh and his supporters by US Federal Police Forces for the crime of ‘terroristic dancing’ at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C(infowars)
Dancing is the freedom of expression,Does
dance harm anybod.
we expose police doesn't exist to keep you safe or protect you from terrorisim or even hunt down criminals those are excuses for real purposeses to raise revenue for governament and control the population(Adam kokesh)
This year the leaders of France and Britain declared that their countries' policies of multiculturalism had failed. As when Germany's Angela Merkel made similar statements last year, Nicolas Sarkozy and David Cameron sparked a political firestorm.
French Interior Minister Claude Gueant seeks to ban praying in the street as part of a continuation of recent actions against Muslims in the western European country.
“Here we have the hypocrisy of the French right. On one side, they authorize in the street and on the other side, they say ‘look French people, Muslims are taking over our streets and speak of invasion’,” French lawmaker Axel Urgin told a Press TV correspondent.(presstv)
Belgium will soon become the second country in Europe to ban school pupils and civil servants from wearing hijab in public places, after the parliament approved legislation forbidding full veils,law to ban the wearing of hijab by girls in state schools has had apparently no effect on authorities in Belgium.(www.indianexpress.com)
American government is a cesspool of hypocrisy. American politicians play a game disgrace terms like “pro-Democracy,” “civil rights,” “political ethics,” and the “rule of law.” American governments historically have played a hypocritical game of politics when it comes to the nation’s interests and when it comes to defending freedom.Rand Paul Calls for Jailing People who Attend “Radical Political Speeches”
Libertarian-leaning Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) made headlines last week for single-handedly obstructing the renewal of the Patriot Act, calling the law an unconstitutional infringement on civil liberties. His demand to insert a series of amendments to weaken the law nearly allowed it to lapse and put the country at “risk,” but Paul said it was worth it to prevent the government from continuing to “blatantly ignor[e] the Constitution.” But when Paul went on Fox News host Sean Hannity’s radio show Friday to discuss his opposition to the national security law, he suggested implementing a far more serious infringement on civil liberties. While discussing profiling at airports, Paul called for the criminalization of speech(thinkprogress)