PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson, May 4, 2017:
Chechnya Muslim President Ramzan Kadyrov vows to wipe out gay population by the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which begins on May 26 this year and is widely celebrated in Chechnya. Read more:http://attitude.co.uk/chechnyas-president
Ramzan Kadyrov also denied the allegations that more than 100 gays are in concentration camp claiming that gay people don’t exist in the region.
A few days ago, the authorities gave parents warning: ‘Kill your gay kids or we will’
Authorities in Chechnya have threatened parents of gay children, telling them: ‘Either you kill them, or we will’.
Reports from the Chechen republic claim that homosexuals are being rounded up and killed on the orders of leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
And last week the British Parliament heard Kadyrov intends to eliminate the gay community by the end of this month.
Horrifying testimony from survivors from Chechen concentration camps say victims are being tortured and their family summoned to kill them.
A survivor told France24: ‘They tell the parents to kill their child. They say, “Either you do it, or we will”. They call it “cleaning your honour with blood”.
‘They tortured a man for two weeks [then] they summoned his parents and brothers who all came.
‘The authorities said to them: “Your son is a homosexual – sort it out or we’ll do it ourselves.”
Poor Cher 😦 Hillary Clinton’s friend and fundraiser is worth $305 million but with the Obamacare repeal, there’s just no money for her asthma. So terrible 😦 Maybe Hillary Clinton and the rest of Hollywood should do a GoFund for the 70-year-old singer?
Washington D.C. – Watchdog group, Judicial Watch announced today that U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered the U.S. Department of State to turn over to Judicial Watch “eight identical paragraphs” of previously redacted material in two September 13, 2012, Hillary Clinton emails regarding phone calls made by President Barack Obama to Egyptian and Libyan leaders immediately following the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi.
Via Judicial Watch:
Judicial Watch today announced that U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered the U.S. Department of State to turn over to Judicial Watch “eight identical paragraphs” of previously redact material in two September 13, 2012, Hillary Clinton emails regarding phone calls made by President Barack Obama to Egyptian and Libyan leaders immediately following the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi. Both emails had the subject line “Quick Summary of POTUS Calls to Presidents of Libya and Egypt” and were among the emails stored on Clinton’s unofficial email server. Judge Jackson reviewed the documents directly and rejected the government’s contention that the records had been properly withheld under the FOIA B(5) “deliberative process” exemption.
Judge Jackson ruled: “the two records, even if just barely predecisional, are not deliberative. [The State Department] has pointed to very little to support its characterization of these two records as deliberative, and the Court’s in camera review of the documents reveals that they do not fall within that category.”
PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson, May 4, 2017:
The Islamic State magazine that has published tutorials on vehicle, knife and arson attacks as a tool of lone jihad is now encouraging terrorists to acquire guns at shows and shops and take hostages not for ransom but “to create as much carnage and terror as one possibly can.”
The latest issue of Rumiyah magazine, distributed online in 10 languages including English, offers another installment of the “Just Terror Tactics” series, praising lone jihadists including U.S. terrorists who have “set heroic examples with their operations.”
The objective of taking hostages, would-be jihadists are told, is “not to hold large numbers of the kuffar hostage in order to negotiate one’s demands,” but to sow terror with “the language of force, the language of killing, stabbing and slitting throats, chopping off heads, flattening them under trucks, and burning them alive, until they give the jizyah [tax] while they are in a state of humiliation.”
“The scenario for such an attack is that one assaults a busy, public, and enclosed location and rounds up the kuffar [disbelievers] who are present. Having gained control over the victims, one should then proceed to slaughter as many of them as he possibly can before the initial police response, as was outstandingly demonstrated by the mujahidin who carried out the Bataclan theatre massacre during the course of the blessed Paris raid,” the article instructs.
4 May 2017
On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) argued the revised American Health Care Act is “the first time that Republicans have affirmatively put their stamp of approval on a program where federal money, taxpayer money, is paid to insurance companies.” He later characterized subsidizing insurance companies as “deplorable.”
Rand said the House Freedom Caucus “made the bill a lot less bad.” He added, “But what I’m still concerned with is, this’ll the first time that Republicans have affirmatively put their stamp of approval on a program where federal money, taxpayer money, is paid to insurance companies. … And it boggles my mind how that became a Republican idea.”
Rand further stated, “It’s going to take a little bit of work to get me to a yes vote, but I do have an open mind. I mean, there’s not been a louder voice up here for repealing Obamacare. I really want to repeal it. I just don’t want to replace with Obamacare-lite, or another federal program. The programs they put in place will be there forever. So the refundable tax credit, which is a subsidy by another name, will be there forever. And this — these buying — these high-risk pools they want to create, Republicans used to hate the idea. They hated the idea when they were called risk corridors, and there were giving money to insurance companies. They were bailouts, when it was a Democrat idea. Now that it’s a Republican idea, they keep sweetening it up.”
He later argued that the bill offers people who won’t get subsidies anymore “Santa Claus-lite.”
Rand also said, “I want everybody in the individual market to be protected against pre-existing conditions, by getting into the group market, and let market forces work. It can work, but the current bill acknowledges that it doesn’t work, and then we just subsidize the insurance companies, which I think is deplorable.”
EXCLUSIVE: Martha MacCallum on What It’s Like to Interview Trump
May 04, 2017 // 10:10am
Fresh off her busy week on the road, Martha MacCallum chatted with Insider about her big interview with President Donald Trump, the launch of her new primetime show on Fox News Channel and more.
Take a look at the Q&A below and don’t miss “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” weeknights at 7pm ET.
You’ve interviewed President Trump before, along with many presidential candidates and White House officials over the years. But how did it feel to interview a sitting president at the White House?
“I realized the day before: this is the first time I’m in the White House interviewing a sitting president, the 45th person to hold the job. It’s a historic moment just to sit there and look across at someone who is part of that panoply of the history our country. It definitely struck me as a significant moment for me.”
What’s different about interviewing President Trump?
“He has an energy that is very interesting as an interviewer. Most people take in your question, they try to answer it, then you follow up. But he has a way of darting across a number of topics in his answers. You can go in a number of different ways to follow up because he’s touching on four, five, six things in an answer.”
How does that unpredictability affect how you prepare for the interview as a journalist?
“With him, it sort of takes on a life of its own because he really engages in conversation with you. You go in there with as much as you can in your head and a few things in front of you and then rely on the research you’ve done. You really can’t anticipate what he’s going to say. You have to be ready to engage, sort of like fencing. It’s very different.
Are there any behind-the-scenes moments you could share from the interview?
“Anyone in the room, the president took the time to take a picture with them. That struck me. I think he recognizes it’s an important moment for any American to be in that special place, the People’s House, and he wants them to enjoy that moment. Keep in mind, his people are looking at him going, ‘Um, Mr. President, we’re an hour late.'”