Eurodance for Tonight

Sun Box – I Feel (Light Is Blue Light) (Eurodance)

 

 

E-m@il – Buta Szőke (Eurodance)

 

Atisha – Secret Of The Night (Eurodance)

 

Max Impact – Love And Desire (Eurodance)

 

D.B.P. feat. Mary Me – I Wanna Be With You (Eurodance)

 

Dagoth feat. Mi-Lenika – Sea (New Eurodance, 2018)

 

(BEST EURODANCE 2018) RODRI EUROMANIAKO – EURODANCE

 

 

ARTIK & ASTI – Половина (Премьера Видео 2014)

 

 

ARTIK & ASTI – Никому не отдам (ПРЕМЬЕРА КЛИПА)

 

Полина Гагарина – Обезоружена

 

Полина Гагарина – Камень на сердце (Премьера клипа, 2018)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leftists Are Suddenly VERY Angry That Donald Trump Deported A Nazi

Tuesday morning, the Trump Administration announced that it had struck a deal with Germany to return the last remaining Nazi on American soil after more than a decade of negotiations, and that the (much hated) Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency had descended on the Queens home of 95-year-old Jakiw Palij.

You’d think that there’s nothing more unifying than deporting a Nazi prison camp guard, but you would be wrong. Somehow, leftists, including a writer at GQ and a content creator for the left-leaning site, Upworthy, were pretty miffed that Trump — and ICE — got the win.

“New media artist” Thom Dunn was adamant that nabbing the Nazi was actually part of a nefarious plot on the part of the Trump Administration to disguise its own Nazi connections.

“These ICE agents don’t realize that someone else will come for them when they turn 95,” Dunn opined in a now-deleted tweet.

He added that deporting a Nazi was a sure sign of white supremacy (of course).

“PS deporting a 95-year-old Nazi guard is a really great way to use elder abuse as plausible deniability for your xenophobic white nationalist sympathies.”

https://www.dailywire.com/news/34832/leftists-are-suddenly-very-angry-donald-trump-emily-zanotti

Biological Man files human rights complaint after province wouldn’t pay for breast implants

 

 

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, August 21, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A biological male who says he’s a “woman” has launched a human rights complaint against Nova Scotia’s health department for refusing to pay for his breast implants.

“Serina” Slaunwhite says it’s not fair Nova Scotia pays for mastectomies for women who want to identify as men, but not for breast augmentations for men who want to identify as women.

The Liberal government counters that it doesn’t pay for cosmetic breast augmentation for anyone — male or female — because it’s not medically necessary.

“Implants are not covered for any individuals who would prefer larger breasts,” health ministry spokeswoman Tracy Barron told Canadian Press.

“Breast implants are covered in Nova Scotia for severe congenital or developmental asymmetries and also in breast cancer reconstruction,” she added.

Barron said men “transitioning” to women can develop larger breasts through hormonal therapy, which the province covers under its pharmacare plan.

And because women “transitioning” to men have to have their breasts removed surgically, the province pays for that, she noted.

Indeed, there’s very little in the line of sex-reassignment surgeries Nova Scotia doesn’t pay for: As well as mastectomies, including ones that leave the nipple intact, it funds oophorectomy, hysterectomy, penectomy, orchiectomy, phalloplasty, metoidioplasty, and vaginoplasty.

An oophorectomy is removal of the ovaries; an orchiectomy the removal of one or more testicles; a metoidioplasty is the creation of a penis out of a hormonally enlarged clitoris, and vaginoplasty involves cutting and flipping the male member so it resembles a vagina.

Slaunwhite, 54, was denied funding last April for breast implants, which can cost thousands of dollars. At that time, he had received hormone therapy for three years.

He’s been fighting the government on the matter ever since, with the human rights claim his next move, according to Canadian Press.

“This should be included along with the rest of the surgeries that are publicly funded by the province for sex reassignment surgery …. It’s gender discrimination,” Slaunwhite said when he filed the claim last week.

His lawyer Susanne Litke, with Dalhousie Legal Aid Service, argues hormone therapy doesn’t always result in breasts big enough for a man to feel like a woman, and to “pass” as one.

“When that breast development isn’t enough for the person to be comfortable in their body, then it’s a medical necessity,” Litke maintained.

Michael Davies-Cole, a local transgender “man,” confirmed with Canadian Press she could get state-funded mastectomy or chest masculinization surgery in order to “pass” as a man.

“And the irony is, we’re asked to pass for something we already are,” Davies-Cole declared.

Dutch psychiatrist Gerard van den Aardweg dismisses the claim that sex-reassignment surgeries and treatments are necessary as “wild nonsense.”

Indeed, they are “an act of inhumanity,” he told LifeSiteNews in an earlier interview.

“First, the transgender’s (transsexual’s) urge to be operated upon is an expression of a serious mental disorder,” noted van den Aardweg, the author of Homosexuality and Hope, 1985; On the Origins and Treatment of Homosexuality, 1986, and The Battle for Normality, 2005.

“Second, the fake-therapy of surgery etc., does nothing except mutilate him/her for life and aggravate his/her mental alienation,” he added.

“Politicians and medical professionals, the promoters and executors of these mutilations, have a lot to answer for,” van den Aardweg said. “Towards the transgender patient, society, and their own conscience.”

Related:

‘Transgender’ man furious that gov’t won’t pay for his fake breasts

Psychiatry expert: ‘scientifically there is no such thing as transgender’

‘Sex change’ is a myth. Those who try will always fail

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/trans-woman-files-human-rights-complaint-after-province-wouldnt-pay-for-bre

Two Iranians arrested for allegedly spying in the US

Two Iranian men have been indicted for allegedly spying for Tehran in the US.

The pair have been accused of conducting surveillance at a Jewish facility and gathering information on backers of the militant Iranian opposition Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), the US Justice Department said.

Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, 38, a dual US-Iranian citizen, and Majid Ghorbani, 59, an Iranian citizen and resident of California, were charged in the indictment with acting on behalf of Iran by conducting the surveillance, the Justice Department said in a statement. Both were arrested on August 9.

The indictment alleges Mr Doostdar travelled from Iran to the US in July 2017 to collect intelligence about entities considered to be enemies of the Iranian government. That include Israeli and Jewish interests, as well as people associated with MEK, it said.

The Justice Department said Mr Doostdar conducted surveillance in July 2017 of an ultra-orthodox Jewish facility in Chicago, the Rohr Chabad House, including photographing security features.

Mr Ghorbani attended a MEK rally in New York on September 20, 2017, to protest against the Iranian government. He took photographs of the participants, which he later passed on to Mr Doostdar, and was paid about $US2000 ($2700).

The photos, many with handwritten notes about the protesters, were found in Mr Ghorbani’s luggage at a US airport as he was returning to Iran in December 2017, the Justice Department said.

Mr Ghorbani also attended a MEK-affiliated Iran Freedom Convention for Human Rights in Washington in May, where he again appeared to photograph speakers and attendees, the department said. He later spoke with Mr Doostdar to discuss clandestine methods to deliver the information to Iran, it said.

Iran considers the Mujahideen-e Khalq to be a terrorist group that seeks the overthrow of the government in Tehran. The group was listed as a terrorist organisation by the US State Department until 2012.

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2018/08/21/iran-men-arrested-us-spies/

 

Mozambique Captured Rebel Leader in Gas-Rich North, Sources Say

(Bloomberg) — Mozambican security forces carried out a major attack on a base of an Islamist militant group in the gas-rich north last week, killing at least four fighters and capturing a suspected rebel leader, according to three people familiar with the matter.

The assault took place Aug. 16 near the village of Pundanhar in Cabo Delgado province, close to the Rovuma River that separates Mozambique from Tanzania, the people said, asking not to be identified because they’re not authorized to comment publicly on an ongoing operation. Government forces caught a man named Abdul Raim, who police identified this month as a suspected leader of the group, they said.

Known as Ahlu Sunnah Wa-Jama, which means “followers of the prophetic tradition” in Arabic, the group has been carrying out attacks in the north of Cabo Delgado since October, killing dozens of people, burning hundreds of houses, and forcing thousands to flee their villages. The raids have created security concerns for companies including Exxon Mobil Corp. and Anadarko Petroleum Corp., which plan to develop natural gas projects worth tens of billions of dollars in the region.

The group wants Sharia law introduced and comprises Mozambicans, Tanzanians and people from other countries in the region, according to researchers. They have beheaded many of their victims in night raids on villages.

Ahlu Sunnah Wa-Jama may get financing from smuggling goods such as timber, ivory, drugs and rubies, according to findings by researchers.

Some roads out of Palma, where the gas projects are based, were closed on Aug. 17, the people said. Several militants tried to escape across the Rovuma River, and Mozambican authorities are cooperating with officials in Tanzania to intercept them, according to one of the people.