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Saturday, 24 December 2016

Andrew Bolt's Blog, 25/12/16; Merry Xmas from the Spectator UK, and Australia from Andrew Rowan and all there other alt-right team;

The predictable Muslim ‘good news stories’ have arrived | Coffee House

 A Muslim man prays at the memorial to those killed at the Berlin Christmas market 
How dare a Muslim pray for the dead in Germany

The predictable Muslim ‘good news stories’ have arrived | And it’s a Merry Xmas from Andrew Bolt’s and Rowan Dean’s London Speccie. The magazine that keeps on giving


 The predictable Muslim ‘good news stories’ have arrived | The London Spectator| And it’s a Merry Xmas from Andrew Bolt’s and Rowan Dean’s London Speccie brother. The magazine that keeps on giving and Andrew finds hilarious.
The media is lambasted by the likes of the Spectator if it produces any ' good news' Muslim stories like Muslims donate X4 the money to charities than other religious groups in the UK or that they recently collected 10 tons of food for the homeless this month. Nor can they reminds us of any white Christian terror that occurs. They are required to remain silent and overlook any negative Christian tales or positive  Muslim stories. Why because it's simply media manipulation by a Muslim PR machine. Proof given by Rowan Deans counterpart in the UK speaks of facts when all he offers is his sledging opinion. So yes it's Merry Xmas from Andrew Bolt etal you couldn't expect less

"asked how I was so certain about this. There are three reasons. One is that ‘Muslims for peace’ is an Ahmadiyya slogan. Second, Ahmadiyya are the only Muslim group in the world sufficiently bothered by their religion’s connections to violence that they print out pleading T-shirts in advance of terrorist attacks. Thirdly, if you look at the back of the T-shirts in question they direct you to an Ahmadiyya website. So it doesn’t require Sherlock Holmes to deduct these things. It just requires anyone willing to do what journalists used to do and report facts, rather than act like a PR firm employed to address Islam’s growing ‘public relations’ problem."
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