Rental scam allegations levelled against North York home landlord

Toronto’s rental market is extremely competitive, but for some renters who thought they’d be calling a detached house in North York home, it’s been a nightmare. They say one man has scammed over two dozen people out of thousands of dollars, collecting their rent money but not leaving them with a place to go.

“I start living at this house and from that day I see a bunch of people coming in asking for their room,” said Sohail Ouni, one of the residents living in the home. “They still show my room and say I’m going to leave soon, and I’m like I’m not going to leave soon.”

Ouni was one of the lucky ones who was able to move into his unit, but it didn’t come easy. He gave CityNews a tour of his room, which doubled as a storage unit, housing items of the previous person who was living there.

CityNews was at the home on Wednesday afternoon and evening, and a group of strangers who said they were victims of a rental fraud met, said they were scammed over $6,000 between six of them. Our cameras were also rolling when a student from Japan arrived with his luggage, only to find out someone else was already living in the room he paid $1,200 for.

 

Another student, who flew in from Calgary last Friday, said he paid $1,400 for first and last month’s rent. For days, Ishaq Ahmed said the landlord gave him the runaround, telling him more work needed to be done on his unit and was asked to stay at a hotel, which he would later be compensated for. He did just that, but grew weary and decided to visit the home. That’s when he learned he had been duped.

“I came here and I found all these people who have the same story as mine. They tell me they’ve all been scammed and the guy is no where to be found,” said Ahmed.

Most of the alleged victims were international students and visitors, who said they found the ad for the home on Kijiji and Facebook, and when they confronted the supposed landlord, he went MIA.

CityNews obtained the alleged landlord’s number and tried to call him on Wednesday, but his phone was turned off and his voicemail was full. Sources say the man isn’t the owner of the home, but has been leasing it since earlier this year.

http://www.680news.com/2018/06/07/home-landlord-scam-north-york/

Rothschilds, NXIVM Sex Cult Connected to Alleged Child-Trafficking Bunker Found in Tucson

 

 

As we reported yesterday, a group of veterans known as Veterans on Patrol (VOP), which looks for homeless veterans around the area and offers them help to get them on their feet, spotted solar lights while on patrol and followed them until stumbling upon an underground bunker, that according to the group, is being used for child trafficking.

“The solar lights are what gave it away,” said Lewis Arthur. “If we hadn’t been walking on the right trail we would have never seen it, we would have walked right past it.”

When the veteran group reached the site, what they found was truly ominous. Around the site, the group found trees equipped with restraints, a stroller, a crib, hair dye, and pornographic material. Inside the bunker, they found a dresser and two crates. The area inside was only big enough for children to fit inside.

Big League Politics reported that “after alerting local and federal law enforcement about the situation and receiving no help, Veterans on Patrol rallied local volunteers together to physically dig up the site.”

“The situation came to a head Sunday afternoon when, according to the group, they dug up a bloody knife, female underwear, and the plane ticket of a potentially missing girl from Seattle. The group is trying to contact the girl’s family for verification. They filmed the finding live on Facebook, and shortly thereafter, the police showed up and arrested two members of the group for trespassing.”

Interestingly, the land on which the bunker was found is reportedly owned by CEMEX, a multinational building materials company based in Mexico that is a partner of the Clinton Global Initiative and partially owned by wealth management firm Bronfman E.L. Rothschild L.P.

Additionally, CEMEX received a $7 million contract from the Clinton Global Initiative, nearly two and half years after the quake, to build houses in Haiti during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State in 2012.

Now, here is where the connections get interesting, the CEO of Bronfman E.L. Rothschild is Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who is both a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and confidante of Hillary Clinton.

http://humansarefree.com/2018/06/rothschilds-nxivm-sex-cult-connected-to.html

 

 

A disturbing situation on a CEMEX property in Tucson, Arizona, is developing. A volunteer patrol group, Veterans on Patrol, which searches the desert for homeless camps in an effort to help homeless veterans, has uncovered what they say is a child sex trafficking camp. Video of the bizarre camp is circulating on Twitter under #OperationBackyardBrawl. The video shows an underground chamber only small enough for children to climb in and out of via a removable board. There are cribs, children’s toys, and pornography. Even more disturbing are what is being described as wrist restraints tied to nearby trees and what looks like blood splattered around the camp.

 

Tucson News Now has video of the camp here.

The veterans claim they found evidence of bodies buried underground and reported finding objects like bloody knives and bone saws. They claim that Sheriff Mark Napier, local police, the FBI, and Homeland Security wouldn’t respond to their calls for help or requests for cadaver dogs.

Local coverage tells a different story. Footage of uniformed police can be seen on the property, searching the camp. Local coverage says that the investigation has been turned over to detectives. Videos made by the vets on the property contradict those claims. Louis Arthur, one of the vets on the ground, has made many videos claiming that law enforcement is not responding to calls for help to contain the site, collect the evidence, and find out what’s going on there.

According to KGUN9, ”Since the bunker was found, the Tucson Police Department has sent officers and investigative teams to search for evidence of the human trafficking of children. TPD says they have found no evidence of a human trafficking site,” but the accompanying video doesn’t show the hole in the ground with the chamber that the vets found. Other reports do:

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

Arthur has many videos on his Facebook page detailing their fight for help with this situation. He is asking for cadaver dogs and law enforcement to come and secure the site and collect evidence. The latest report he put out says that Tucson police promised they would bring the dogs requested and the veterans group is refusing to leave until they see that investigation is being done.

Cemex Corporation, an international cement company that builds tunnels all over the world, is linked to the Clinton Foundation through a UN organization, according to a trade organization:  “Amid General Assembly of the United Nations meetings in New York City, Cemex officials signed an agreement to join the UN Foundation Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves…Launched in 2010 by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Alliance eyes adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels in 100 million households globally by 2020.”

This story is developing. PJM has reached out to local law enforcement and Cemex and will update if new information becomes available.

UPDATE 1:17 p.m. EST:

Tucson police spokesperson Officer Hawkins responded to PJM, saying, “There is an active investigation that is ongoing.” Hawkins says that while police don’t think it looks like a trafficking camp, they aren’t ruling it out. “We responded to the report of the camp on the 29th [of May] and our last visit to the area was June 2,” he said. “Cadaver dogs were sent to the area and did not find anything.”
As for the strange ties that look like hand restraints on the trees, police say that sometimes ropes are used to hang tarps in homeless camps. “Some of the claims may have been a little exaggerated,” said Hawkins, “but we have never had any problem with the Veterans on Patrol and they are cooperating fully.

 

Veterans on Patrol are well known to police in the area and, according to Hawkins, they do good work with the homeless community in Tucson. PJM inquired about the underground bunker that looked like it had been used to house children and Hawkins explained that it’s not unusual in homeless camps for there to be underground caves that are much cooler than the open desert. “People will dig into the ground to get out of the heat,” he said.

 

 

 

 

The particular underground chamber in question did not look like the entry was big enough for a grown adult.

 

 

 

 

Police are still investigating and encourage people to follow them on Twitter and Facebook for any updates. “This could be multi-jurisdictional because of a nearby native reservation, the Mexican border, and the Sheriff’s jurisdiction,” said Hawkins, “but we do work together to make sure we are sharing information.”

 

CEMEX communicated to police that they did not want the VoP on their property and the veterans have removed themselves. VoP has been encouraging other searchers in the nearby area to find more camps that are similar, but police say they have done extensive searches and found nothing. “It appears to be a homeless camp or it could be used by border crossers, we’re not sure yet,” said Hawkins, adding that the TPD will get to the bottom of it.

PBS NewsHour full episode June 7, 2018

Thursday on the NewsHour, trade disputes loom large as President Trump and other world leaders head to the G7 summit. Also: Former President Bill Clinton on #MeToo, President Trump and his new novel, one-on-one with former CIA Director John Brennan, lawmakers head toward a bill on immigration and why bitcoin is eating up massive amounts of energy.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2X2UzvVMLC4

Scientific Reasons Why Grid Girls are banned and Miss America Stopped Swimsuit Competitions

http://historyoffeminism.com/a-history-of-feminism/

 

“Feminism exists as a defender of the selfish sexual and reproductive interests of aging and/or unattractive women. This is its entire raison d’etre, the reason it first came into existence with the social purity movement reformers of the 19th century, led by their harridan battle cry – ‘armed with the ballot the mothers of America will legislate morality’”.

“The extent of female desire for involvement in the political process is directly proportionate to the threat that women feel in a free sexual market”.

“The history of feminism is the history of a female sexual trade union, growing in political power in exact correspondence with the steady loss of female sexual power caused by the continual widening of the sexual market. The opening up of the sex market, the ever-increasing opportunities for men to gain access to cheap and anonymous sex, is the result of constantly emerging new technology, and itself completely out of the hands of feminists, or anybody else, to control or put a stop to”.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/insight-therapy/201401/feminine-foes-new-science-explores-female-competition

According to Joyce Benenson(link is external), a researcher at Emmanuel College in Boston, competition among women has three unique characteristics: first, because they have to protect their bodies from physical harm (so as not to interfere with present or future pregnancy and childbirth), women rely on veiled aggression towards other women (behind verbal gymnastics or under cover of the group) rather than physical confrontation.

Second, high status and very attractive women need less help and protection from other women and are less motivated to invest in other women (who represent potential competition). Thus, a woman who tries to distinguish or promote herself threatens other women and will encounter hostility. According to Benenson, a common way women deal with the threat represented by a remarkably powerful or beautiful woman is by insisting on standards of equality, uniformity, and sharing for all the women in the group and making these attributes the normative requirements of proper femininity.

Third, in extreme cases women may guard against potential competitors by means of social exclusion. If a new attractive woman shows up in the neighborhood (or school, or club), all the women in attendance may turn their backs on her, compelling her to withdraw from the scene, thus increasing their own chances with the surrounding males.

 

A number of recent studies provide further support for the existence of the ‘female competition’ phenomenon. For example, Jon Maner and James McNulty(link is external) of Florida State discovered that women’s testosterone levels went up when they (unknowingly) smelled t-shirts of ovulating young women, presumably in preparation for aggressive competition. Canadian researchers Tracy Vaillancourt and Aanchal Sharma(link is external), showed how women judge and condemn each other based on appearance. They arranged for female participants to interact with a young research assistant. Some of the participants saw the assistant dressed in revealing clothes while others saw her wearing jeans and a T-shirt. The researchers tracked participants’ responses to the assistant during the meeting and after she left the room. Results: The assistant was unanimously criticized when she wore revealing clothes and largely ignored when she wore regular attire. This study (and others) supports the evolutionary prediction: a more attractive woman (i.e., one who has more of what men like) will receive more hostility and less cooperation from other women because her presence threatens their own access to the evolutionary prize.

A central arena for competition between females is sexual behavior itself. Studies show that women tend to criticize and reject other women who are viewed by them as sexually promiscuous. The researcher Zhana Vrangalova and her colleagues at Cornell University recently surveyed 750 college students about their sexual behaviors and attitudes. Then, participants read a short description of a hypothetical person (of their own sex) who had either two (nonpermissive) or twenty (permissive) past sexual partners. Participants then rated this potential friend on several friendship-relevant outcomes. Results(link is external) revealed that female participants, regardless of their own level of permissiveness, overwhelmingly preferred the nonpermissive potential friend. According to the researchers, this is because women want to guard their partners and because they fear socal stigma: if you go around with someone who’s known to be promiscuous (a “slut”), there is danger that the label will latch on to you, too.

 

This study and others align with the observation that women are often the chief enforcers of strict and sometimes cruel norms of female appearance and sexual behavior. For example, the ritual of female genital mutilation, still practiced in some Muslim countries in Africa, is primarily designed to make the girl into good ‘bride material’ for men. To that end, clitoridectomy reduces her ability to enjoy sex and therefore decreases the likelihood she’ll be tempted to cheat on her husband. Sewing the vaginal opening shut, which is often performed after the genital cutting, reduces the possibility that the girl will have sex before marriage, again benefitting the interests of the future husband. Still, this ceremony is managed, performed and enforced by women (mostly mothers and grandmothers).

Another example: Girls’ foot binding was a custom in China for over a thousand years (until it was outlawed in the early twentieth century). The ancient custom (which involved breaking the toes of the baby, folding them and binding the feet tightly for years) was valued primarily because women with small feet were considered more desirable sexually (in the eyes of men) and because a wife’s tiny, useless feet were evidence of the husband’s wealth (‘I’m so rich my woman doesn’t need to work; indeed she can’t’). In this case too, the main enforcers and managers were mothers and grandmothers.

The evolutionary explanation for these phenomena relies on the assumption that sex with a woman (and thus access to her uterus) is a biologically desirable and scarce resource for men. Among women of childbearing age, reducing the sexual ‘supply’ increases female bargaining power in the relationship economy. Thus, it pays for women to enforce sexual conservatism even at the cost of ostracizing and manipulating other women identified as permissive. Mothers and grandmothers, by the same logic, have a strong incentive to ensure that their daughters (who carry their genes) will become highly attractive to men, even at the price of causing them early suffering and mutilation.

Feminist psychology, however, argues that competition among females is driven primarily not by biological imperatives but rather by social mechanisms. According to this argument, cutthroat female competition is due mainly to the fact that women, born and raised in male-dominated society, internalize the male perspective (the “male gaze”) and adopt it as their own. The male view of women as primarily sexual objects becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. As women come to consider being prized by men their ultimate source of strength, worth, achievement and identity, they are compelled to battle other women for the prize.

In this sense, the feminist approach argues in effect that many women are beset by what Karl Marx called, ‘false consciousness.’ According to Marx, a factory worker who’s convinced that his enemy is another worker looking for a job has false consciousness because he does not understand that the true enemy is the owner of the factory, who sets workers against each other in order to subjugate them both and get rich on the value of their labor. Many women, according to this argument, refuse to see that the real threat to their achievement, power, value, and identity are not other women, but the male establishment that controls their lives.

Either way, female competition has a price, and not only on the political level. This competition produces much of the stress that interferes with the happiness of many women, especially young ones. Studies show(link is external) that compared to men, women tend to be more sensitive to emotional information and are better at decoding subtly encoded social and interpersonal messages. In addition, women’s sense of self-worth is based more on their friends’ opinions of them. This combination of acute awareness of–and sensitivity to–subtle social cues renders women more vulnerable to indirect interpersonal aggression.

For example, the researcher Christopher Ferguson(link is external) of Stetson University in Florida and his colleagues asked participants to watch two television programs (with a svelte and chubby female star) and interact with a woman (in attractive or casual attire). They found that participants’ mood and self-image were not affected by the TV shows but significantly affected by the live encounters. Interacting with an attractive woman dressed in flattering clothing led the participants to feel distressed and negative about their bodies, especially if the encounters were held in the presence of an attractive man.

At the end of the day, the tendency to engage in intra-sex competition appears to be a part of our genetic hardware and a feature in the heritage of human culture. Our genes and social habits are not easy to change, certainly not overnight. But the first step toward changing a habit is becoming aware of it. To that end, men may want to ask whether ‘getting the girl’ is worth the spilled blood and broken bones, while women may do well to reflect on whether the goal of getting a man (and his sperm and support) justifies the competitive tactics of manipulating, shaming or ostracizing other women and the pain it causes them.

 

Ramadan 2018 Death Toll So Far: 355

As of the eighteenth day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan this year, the jihad death toll is 355 infidels murdered in 94 jihad attacks around the world.

Those who are puzzled as to how all this killing could take place during what is supposed to be a holy month should remember: because Ramadan is the month in which Muslims redouble their efforts to obey Allah, Ramadan is also quintessentially the month of jihad.

Fighting and killing infidels is, after all, commanded in the Qur’an (cf. 2:191. 4:89, 9:5, 9:289, 47:4, etc.). Thus killing infidels during Ramadan is, for the killers, a holy and sacred act. A jihad group explained it back in 2012:

 

The month of Ramadan is a month of holy war and death for Allah. It is a month for fighting the enemies of Allah and God’s messenger, the Jews and their American facilitators.

 

This is not the prevailing view among non-Muslims in the West. Even President Trump, in his 2018 Ramadan message, stated:

 

Ramadan is a time of self-reflection intended to deepen one’s spiritual growth and renew a sense of appreciation for the many blessings God provides. In this spirit of thanksgiving and reflection, those observing Ramadan can strengthen our communities, help those in need, and serve as good examples for how to live a holy life.

 

The paradox here is that both Trump and the jihadis are correct. Ramadan is indeed “a time of self-reflection intended to deepen one’s spiritual growth and renew a sense of appreciation for the many blessings God provides.” Yet for that very reason, given the contents of the Qur’an and Sunnah, Ramadan is also “a month of calamity everywhere for nonbelievers.”

Islam’s core beliefs make it clear that the latter statement is closer to the truth. During Ramadan, Muslims are exhorted to renew and deepen their devotion to Allah. Hence it is a time when they are supposed to grow more generous and kind – toward their fellow Muslims. However, the Qur’an says: “Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and those who are with him are severe against disbelievers, and merciful among themselves” (48:29). If the Ramadan imperative is to become more devout, the Muslim who applies himself diligently to the Ramadan observance will simultaneously become both more merciful to his fellow Muslims and more severe against the unbelievers.

Throughout the history of Islam, we can see jihad being waged with extra ferocity during Ramadan.

In my new book The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS, I recount the harrowing story of the centuries-long and excruciatingly devastating Islamic jihad against India. During Ramadan in 1504, the Delhi sultan Sikandar Lodi, in the words of the contemporary Muslim historian Niamatullah:

… raised the standard of war for the reduction of the fort of Mandrail; but the garrison capitulating, and delivering up the citadel, the Sultan ordered the temples and idols to be demolished, and mosques to be constructed.

[H]e moved out on a plundering expedition into the surrounding country, where he butchered many people, took many prisoners, and devoted to utter destruction all the groves and habitations; and after gratifying and honouring himself by this exhibition of holy zeal he returned to his capital Bayana.

 

Yes, plundering, butchering, and destroying temples was, as far as Niamatullah was concerned, an “exhibition of holy zeal.” Niamatullah wrote admiringly of Sikandar Lodi:

 

[T]he Islamic sentiment [in him] was so strong that he demolished all temples in his kingdom and left no trace of them. He constructed sarais, bazars, madrasas and mosques in Mathura, which is a holy place of the Hindus and where they go for bathing. He appointed government officials in order to make sure that no Hindu could bathe in Mathura. No barber was permitted to shave the head of any Hindu with his razor. That is how he completely curtailed the public celebration of infidel customs. If a Hindu went there for bathing even by mistake, he was made to lose his limbs and punished severely. No Hindu could get shaved at that place. No barber would go near a Hindu, whatever be the payment offered.

 

Murdering infidels thus doesn’t contradict the spirit of Ramadan; it embodies it. The Kavkaz Center, a website operated by Chechen jihadists, explained in a 2010 article that the idea of Ramadan as a time for warfare against infidels went back to Muhammad’s time:

 

The month of Ramadan in the life of the Prophet (pbuh) and the righteous ancestors was a month of forthcoming. The greatest battles during the lifetime of the Prophet (pbuh) occurred in this blessed month, the month of jihad, zeal and enthusiasm.

 

It is, therefore, certain that there will be more jihad terrorism during this Ramadan, and some of it may be committed by Muslims in the United States.

It would be dangerous, suicidal folly for infidels to pretend that Ramadan is simply a month for renewing one’s piety, and that it is not the month of jihad. It is becauseRamadan is a time for renewing one’s piety that the jihad rages even more fiercely this month than it usually does.

https://pjmedia.com/homeland-security/ramadan-2018-death-toll-so-far-355/

Male Feminist ,Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Accused of Groping Reporter in 2000

why y’all surprised?

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/06/07/justin-trudeau-grope-reporter-2000/

In a recently resurfaced editorial, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau appears to apologize for “inappropriately handling” a young journalist nearly 18 years ago.

According to the Creston Valley Advance, Trudeau told the young woman: “I’m sorry. If I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I would never have been so forward.”

The editorial, largely dismissive of the apology, chides Trudeau over what the author perceives as a lack of self-awareness as the son of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

“[S]houldn’t the son of a former prime minister be aware of the rights and wrongs that go along with public socializing?” the editorial asks.

“Didn’t he learn through his vast experiences in public life, that groping a strange young woman isn’t in the handbook of proper etiquette, regardless of who she is, what her business is or where they are?”

Trudeau, a champion of the #MeToo movement, penned an essay in 2017 urging parents to raise their boys as feminists.

“[O]ur sons have the power and the responsibility to change our culture of sexism,” Trudeau wrote, adding, “Our sons have the power and the responsibility to change our culture of sexism.”

The 43-year-old leader unveiled a federal “gender equity” budget in February to reduce the pay gap between men and women.

Amid tense negotiations with the U.S. on NAFTA and tariffs, Trudeau plans to make gender equality a “top priority” at the G7 leaders’ summit in Quebec this week.

 

 

Jamaica Magazine Thursday 07/ 06/2018

Jamaica Information Service (JIS) is aimed at reporting up to date factual Government News for Jamaican Citizen here and abroad. We have packaged our information in categories which include Jamaica Magazine, Issues & Answers, JIS features and JIS News along with a few other categories. Take a look through each package and you will be able to find various features highlighting the Governments endeavour to meet its mandate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7rAIO9rkx0