More on the rapist cop who murdered a sex worker in Columbus, Ohio

https://theappeal.org/columbus-officer-was-under-investigation-when-he-shot-and-killed-sex-worker-donna-dalton/

 

In the late morning of Thursday, Aug. 23, Officer Andrew Mitchell of the Columbus Division of Police in Ohio was working undercover, looking for women selling sex on the city’s West Side. He tried to take Donna Dalton, a 23-year-old mother of two young girls and sex worker, into custody. After what police called “an altercation” in his car, Mitchell shot and killed her.

Mitchell and Dalton were brought to the same hospital; he had wounds where police said she stabbed him in the hand. Officer Mitchell underwent surgery. Dalton was pronounced dead. A media release from the police department, known as the CPD, later described her as “an armed suspect.”

In the days since the incident, more information has trickled out about Mitchell. According to police records in a county court database he has already made 80 prostitution-related arrests in 2018, overwhelmingly of women. And the Columbus police confirmed to The Appeal that he is the subject of an internal affairs investigation, opened before the shooting, and multiple previous complaints.

Union blasts Ontario NDP over treatment of own staff

The Ontario NDP has fired one of its staff members and stopped paying two others salary and benefits after they complained of human rights violations by their NDP MPP bosses, the workers’ union says.

The Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union (COPE), which represents Ontario NDP staff, issued a blistering news release Tuesday accusing the party under Leader Andrea Horwath of secretly “attacking” its own staff while publicly supporting workers’ rights.

The workers had complained about poor treatment from NDP MPPs Paul Miller and Monique Taylor, who were both re-elected in June.

https://torontosun.com/news/provincial/union-blasts-ontario-ndp-over-treatment-of-own-staff

Eurodance for Wednesday

Tina Washington – Love Me (Eurodance)

 

 

B.F.I. – Light For My Love (Eurodance)

 

Dorothea – Warriors On The Road (Eurodance)

 

Degirl – Wherever You Are (Eurodance)

 

Any More – The World Of Passion (Eurodance)

 

Toys For Boys – You’ve Got The Power (Eurodance)

 

Fluxid – Understand Me (Eurodance)

 

Echo Bass – Gotta Dance With The Music (Euro-Android Club Mix)

 

delerium – innocente (dj tiesto remix)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most Voyeurism, Sexual Assaults Against Women Occur in Mixed-Sex Changing Rooms, Statistics Show

Freedom of Information requests in England reveal that changing rooms that have been opened to both sexes prove more dangerous to women and girls than single-sex facilities, results that do not surprise women’s rights advocates.

Nearly 90 percent of complaints regarding changing room sexual assaults, voyeurism and harassment are about incidents that have taken place in unisex facilities, The Independent (UK) reported. Likewise, two thirds of all sexual attacks at leisure centers and public swimming pools take place in unisex changing rooms.

Of all the 134 complaints in 2017 and 2018, 120 reported incidents occurred in changing rooms where both sexes are allowed to be there and only 14 happened in single-sex changing areas.

“Like many women, I’ve never been happy to get undressed around men that I don’t know,” said Venice Allan, 42, a London-based jewelry designer and mother of two, in an interview with The Christian Post Tuesday afternoon.

Transgender activists across the U.K. have been campaigning to abolish sex-segregated spaces and replace them with what they say are more “inclusive” facilities, she explained, and such ideas are presently backed by every major political party. However, as in the U.S., opposition exists from both liberal and conservative women alike. Allan is a part of We Need to Talk, a group of women who are organizing meetings around the U.K. to discuss the government’s proposals to amend the Gender Recognition Act.

“Now we have evidence that women are put at considerable risk in these unisex spaces. I sincerely hope that politicians and service providers will recognize that they need to reconsider these policies immediately,” she said of the latest statistics.

Emily Zinos, who was a project coordinator with Ask Me First MN, said in an email to CP that “the fact that society has long separated men and women in public facilities like restrooms is not evidence of bigotry, it stems from a reasonable concern for women’s privacy and safety. Voyeurs don’t randomly target anyone in a public restroom or gym shower, they target women.”

She pointed out that in 2017, South Korea had 6,000 reported cases of “spy cam porn” and 80 percent of the victims were women.

“This is a whole category of Internet porn made by men who secretly film women on the toilet or changing clothes. Do the public officials and corporate board rooms mandating mixed sex facilities realize that, ultimately, they’re eliminating women’s privacy in public places and putting them at real risk of becoming another voyeurism victim?”

She now avoids retail changing rooms and gym locker rooms, telling CP she believes an assessment of the impact mixed-sex facilities are having on women is needed as soon as possible.

The statistics come as no surprise to others who have done their own data gathering on the subject.

 

https://www.christianpost.com/news/most-voyeurism-sexual-assaults-against-women-occur-in-mixed-sex-changing-rooms-statistics-show-227183/

First Nations chief received $55,000 from Tides Foundation

A left-wing lobby group in San Francisco wired $55,000 to the bank account of an Indian chief in Northern Alberta, paying him to oppose the oilsands.

And sure enough, that chief – Allan Adam, from the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation – earned his money. Last weekend, he flew to Toronto to sit on a stage next to Neil Young, the folk singer who was in town to demonize Canada’s oil industry.

Now, $55,000 might sound like a lot of money to pay, just to rent a politician for a day if all the chief did for his money was to appear on stage in Toronto beside Neil Young. But to the Tides Foundation, it’s well worth it. Think of Adam as an actor, hired to play a part in an elaborate theatrical production.

Neil Young had his role: he’s the American celebrity who can draw crowds of fawning Baby Boomer journalists. But at the end of the day, he’s just another millionaire celebrity. When he talks about the oilsands, he quickly reveals himself as a low-information know-nothing.

Adam brings what Young can’t: authenticity. Young likes to wear an Indian-style leather vest, but Adam really is an Indian, and he really lives near the oilsands.

Adam didn’t do a lot of talking in Toronto. He was more of a prop than an actor. See, the Tides Foundation is from San Francisco. And Neil Young lives on a 1,500-acre estate near San Francisco. Without Adam, this would have just been some California millionaires coming up here to boss Canadians around. That’s why they had to hire Adam, to aboriginalize their attack on Canada. It was political sleight of hand, to distract from the fact that this was a foreign assault on Canadian jobs.

Tides could have hired an actual actor, like maybe Lorne Cardinal, who played the Aboriginal policeman in the comedy series Corner Gas. But they didn’t hire an actor. They hired an elected public official. That’s the problem.

Adam’s official title is “chief.” But it’s not a religious or cultural title. Under the Indian Act, that’s just the legal title given to the elected mayor of an Indian Band.

The Tides Foundation put $55,000 into the bank account of a mayor to get him to take a particular political position. Depending on what Tides was getting the Chief to do, the payment might well have been a bribe. But we won’t know, because no one is talking about the $55,000 payment.

How is it acceptable that a foreign lobby group can simply deposit cash into a bank account of a Canadian politician? Who else is being paid cash to oppose the oilsands?

This fact almost escaped detection. It was buried in the Tides Foundation’s 138-page filing with the IRS, who only disclosed it to get a tax break. Even then, it was shrouded in secrecy.

The money was paid to a numbered company, 850450 Alberta Ltd. Only a search of Alberta’s corporate registry revealed that 850450 Alberta Ltd. was owned by another company, called Acden Group Ltd., that had changed its name twice in the past four years. Adam and other band politicians were directors and shareholders, in trust for the band.

The payment was well-hidden – and Adam certainly didn’t disclose it when he was on stage with Young.

The same IRS disclosure shows Tides made 25 different payments to Canadian anti-oilsands activists in a single year, totaling well over a million dollars. And that’s just one U.S. lobby group. The Rockefeller Brothers Fund out of New York, spends $7 million a year in Canada, with an explicit campaign strategy of fomenting Aboriginal unrest, through protests and lawsuits.

If a foreign oil company – say, ExxonMobil – was depositing secret payments in the bank accounts of MPs, it would be a scandal. Those MPs would face an RCMP investigation, Exxon would likely be charged with bribery, and the media on both sides of the border would have a field day.

Yet none of those things will likely happen with Adam.

Because the Tides Foundation knows that the Canadian media and even the police are cowards when it comes to Aboriginal politicians. They don’t dare hold them to account, for fear of being called racist. If you doubt this, look at the continued success of Theresa Spence, Attawapiskat’s chief.

Tides got its money’s worth.

https://torontosun.com/2014/01/17/first-nations-chief-received-55000-from-tides-foundation/wcm/e63d8d29-9c48-4db6-ba64-9c782fb886f2