FBI Exposes Clinton Pedophile Satanic Network

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suDHJDX90zE

The FBI has been forced into exposing the Clinton pedophile network by the NYPD.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wPNiiXo_MU

Podesta, Clinton Pedo Accusations: Pizza, References to Selling Babies and “Euthanasia,” Dark “Art”

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtuY-JRdiG8

Wikileaks Pizza Pedo Ring Summarized: Podestas, Clintons, Marina Abramovic, Everything Known

 

 

 

 

Montreal: Political parties slam proposal for Muslim neighbourhood near Brossard.

http://montrealgazette.com/news/quebec/caq-dimisses-proposal-for-muslim-neighbourhood-in-brossard

 

QUEBEC — A tax accountant’s proposal to build up to 80 houses for Muslim families on 100 hectares of land near Brossard isn’t going over well with provincial politicians.

Nabil Warda, 68, said he will submit Friday to the Islamic Community Centre of South Shore—Brossard a real-estate development plan to build a community for about 100 Muslim families.

“It’s called a ghetto,” Coalition Avenir Québec MNA Éric Caire said Monday. “It’s not acceptable for our society to build a place reserved to religious people. Just think if we built a place reserved for white people, would that be acceptable? The answer is no.”

Added Parti Québécois MNA Agnès Maltais: “It will never be a good idea to select people based on a religion, it’s unlawful. It’s forbidden by the charter of human rights and freedoms.”

The very same message later came from Immigration, Diversity and Inclusiveness Minister Kathleen Weil. “A project whose vision is implicitly discriminatory toward a portion of the population could never be deemed acceptable,” Weil said. “In this sense, neither ethnic origin nor religious belief should ever be considered as criteria for the creation of a housing project. Living well together depends largely on individuals’ ability to interact and develop positive relationships.”

But in an interview with the Montreal Gazette on Monday, Warda explained that Muslim families often struggle to find halal financing. Sharia law prohibits borrowing money where interest is payable. Sharia-compliant banks can own the property as an asset and make money through “rent.”

“Essentially, the idea is to help people who haven’t been able to buy houses,” Warda said, adding he’s looking for financial partners to build low-cost housing for Muslims. “We would share services between us and live with people who believe that life on Earth is not only to eat and sleep but that there is something else, and to try to live as close as possible to the monotheist ideals which started with Abraham.”

“We’re always looking to live with the language we’ve heard when we were kids. By living with people who are closer to us, it makes a better life.”

Article 10 of the Quebec charter of human rights and freedoms states that “every person has a right to full and equal recognition and exercise of his human rights and freedoms, without distinction, exclusion or preference based on race, colour, sex and religion,” just to name a few.

Warda said it’s normal for Quebecers to feel skittish about things that are new. But he argued his project makes sense, just as unions do.

“There are always people who are going to criticize,” he said. “People were against the idea (of unions), saying it was the worst idea.

“Can we say that unions were bad for Quebec? I don’t think so,” Warda said.

The Islamic community centre’s chairman of the board, Mohammed Yacoub, told Radio-Canada the centre will hear Warda out, but rejects the idea of a ghetto. “We’ve always tried to build bridges with Quebec society,” Yacoub said.

 

Developer behind ‘Muslim housing project’ in Montreal says anyone with shared values welcome

MONTREAL – Nabil Warda says he just wants to make it easier for Muslims who believe that paying interest is a sin to buy a house. So last month he had an email sent to members of a suburban Montreal mosque to gauge interest in a housing project with a halal financing arrangement that would skirt the need to pay interest on a conventional mortgage.

Radio-Canada broke news of the “Muslim housing project” planned for Brossard Monday and, within 24 hours, the three main parties in the National Assembly had denounced it.

Premier Philippe Couillard, speaking Tuesday in Morocco, where he is attending the United Nations climate conference, worried non-Muslims would face discrimination.

“Discrimination works in both directions, and so does inclusion; we are in favour of mixed housing for cultural communities and religious groups,” Couillard said.

The proposal to build up to 80 homes became a hot issue in the legislature, where members unanimously adopted a motion Tuesday directing the Minister of Municipal Affairs to inform municipalities that “no real-estate development can be based on religious or ethnic segregation.”

Coalition Avenir Québec leader François Legault, whose party is proposing a values test for all immigrants, described the proposal as an affront to Quebec values.

 

Developer behind ‘Muslim housing project’ in Montreal says anyone with shared values welcome

Park faces prosecutorial questioning this week

An unprecedented prosecutorial probe of an incumbent state leader seemed just around the corner Sunday, as prosecutors vowed to carry out a face-to-face questioning session with President Park Geun-hye, and Cheong Wa Dae, for the first time, gestured compliance.

This development came amid the ongoing probe on the president’s confidante Choi Soon-sil and in the wake of a record-breaking candlelight vigil held Saturday night to demand Park’s resignation.

“We have delivered our stance to Cheong Wa Dae, that we will question (the president) on Tuesday or Wednesday this week,” said an official of the special prosecution team in charge of the extensive influence-peddling scandal surrounding Choi.

“We are waiting for a sincere reply (from the presidential office).”

As for the detailed method and schedule of the questioning, the prosecution is still in talks with Choi Jai-kyeong, the recently-appointed senior presidential secretary for civil affairs, according to officials. Choi was a former prosecutor himself, having served as chief of the Incheon District Prosecutors’ Office.

“For now, the president will be questioned as a witness,” the official also said.

“Though details such as the time and place (of the questioning) are yet to be discussed, the questioning will basically take place in a face-to-face format.”

 

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161113000336

 

South Korea’s most powerful businessmen were summoned by the prosecution over the weekend to answer questions about their alleged closed-door meetings with President Park Geun-hye last year.

The move comes amid deepening suspicions over their dubious ties with the nation’s troubled leader, who is at the center of an influence-peddling scandal involving her longtime friend.

A special investigation team at the Seoul Central Prosecutors’ Office said it had questioned Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, LG Group Chairman Koo Bon-moo and CJ Group co-Chairman Sohn Kyung-shik. SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won and Hanjin Group Chairman Cho Yang-ho were also summoned even though they were not on the list of tycoons said to have had one-on-one meetings with Park.

 

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161113000203