Another 9/11-style attack may be just around the corner if Joe Biden is elected president, warns Noor bin Ladin, the niece of Sept. 11 terror mastermind Osama bin Laden.
“ISIS proliferated under the Obama/Biden administration, leading to them coming to Europe. Trump has shown he protects America and us by extension from foreign threats by obliterating terrorists at the root and before they get a chance to strike,” bin Ladin, 33, told The Post in her first-ever interview.
Bin Ladin (whose branch of the family has always spelled their name differently than her infamous uncle) lives in Switzerland but said she considers herself “an American at heart.” A full size US flag hung in her childhood room at age 12 and her dream vacation is an RV trip across America.
The stunning, Swiss-born bin Ladin says she is all in for Trump in 2020, calling the election the most important in a generation.
“I have been a supporter of President Trump since he announced he was running in the early days in 2015. I have watched from afar and I admire this man’s resolve,” she said. “He must be reelected … It’s vital for the future of not only America, but western civilization as a whole.”
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Actually, I have had enough. So should you have had enough. The time has come for real discontent, or there will be no end to our mistreatment and humiliation by this Government.
To call these people incompetent would be to pay them an over-generous compliment. We shall see in a minute what might be a better word.
This is not personal grievance. By great good fortune, I managed a swift holiday a few weeks ago, and was not caught by any sudden Government panic measure, though the holiday itself, in places I love, was a sad shadow of what it would once have been.
So my anger about the crazy quarantining of travellers to France is not self-interested.
This heartless smashing of the simple pleasures of thousands is a futile act of spite. Do you know how many people officially died of Covid-19 in France during the past week? Fewer than 80.
In April, official deaths in that country peaked at more than 1,400 in a single day.
A UK sociology professor has penned an impassioned editorial calling for governments to stop “terrorising” people with extreme reactionary measures in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, saying that a “sense of proportion” is desperately needed.
Writing in the Express, Robert Dingwall, professor of sociology at Nottingham Trent University, called the virus a “nasty infection” that “simply brought deaths forward be a few weeks”.
“Covid-19 has been linked to about 50,000 deaths in the first 16 weeks of the UK pandemic – but about 1,000 people normally die every week,” the professor urges.
“In the past five weeks, fewer than usual have died. Covid-19 simply bought deaths forward by a few weeks or months,” Dingwall adds, noting that over 80% of victims all had serious underlying conditions anyway.
Top Scientific Advisor to UK Government Criticizes Social Distancing Rules
Update: The United Nations has removed its tweet supporting Antifa after 24 hours.
Original story appears below:
The United Nations came to the defense of Antifa, slamming President Trump for labeling the violent far-left group as a terrorist organization because it violates its “right to peaceful assembly.”
The United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland (UNOG) posted Antifa’s flag on its official Twitter account Friday, claiming that a group of “human rights experts” condemned the Trump administration’s decision to classify Antifa as a terrorist group because that violates their First Amendment rights.
“UN #HumanRights experts express profound concern over a recent statement by the US Attorney-General describing #Antifa and other anti-fascist activists as domestic terrorists, saying it undermines the rights to freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly in the country,” the globalist body tweeted.
For years, leftist and Muslim academics have ensured that all college and university courses about Islam and the Middle East were essentially vehicles for dawah, Islamic proselytizing, and that they covered up any connection between Islam and the jihad terrorist violence committed in its name and in accord with its teachings. H0wever, Nicholas Damask of Scottsdale Community College stepped off the reservation, and now Hamas-CAIR is determined to destroy him for it. And note how they’re doing it: telling the truth about Islam and jihad, about how terrorists justify their actions from Islamic texts and teachings, is “poisoning the minds of students.” Damask used the work of counterterror analyst Walid Phares, and so Hamas-CAIR invokes its previous smears of Phares to suggest that he is not a reliable authority, and only the deceptive Islamic apologists who lie about Islam are to be consulted.
This suit should be thrown out immediately on the grounds of academic freedom and the freedom of speech, in addition to the fact that everything Damask taught was accurate. But the left so dominates the courts these days that this suit may well succeed.
Saturday on CNN, while showing split-screen coverage of looting in Los Angeles and fires in Washington, D.C. tied to civil unrest underway committed in the name of the George Floyd, anchor Don Lemon editorialized about the scene.
Lemon suggested the events could be a “mechanism” to reorganize the country.
“We don’t know what’s happening in this country right now,” Lemon said. “Perhaps this is some sort of mechanism for a restructure in our country or some sort of change in our country for us to deal with whatever we need to deal with in this country as we look at pictures on the right of burning and pictures on the left of looting.”
He went on to lament the situation but said it could be indicative of those with “no other option” and “nothing left to lose.”
“This is quite actually sad to watch,” he said. “And it is an indication indicative of the pain and the sadness in this country — of people who feel they have no other alternative but to exhibit this behavior in our country, no other option. When you have nothing to lose, you have nothing to lose. ”
Lemon went on to call on leaders in the political and entertainment realms to address the situation.
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Microsoft CEO urges ‘empathy and compassion’ while Uber CEO announces $1 million for social-justice groups.
As protests stemming from the death of George Floyd wrack the nation, a number of leading tech companies have offered their support for demonstrators and funding for social-justice organizations.
Twitter Inc. TWTR, -1.99% changed its profile bio to read simply “#BlackLivesMatter,” while Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +1.07% GOOG, +0.86% Google said on its main search page: “We stand in support of racial equality, and all those who search for it.”
Google’s YouTube said it would donate $1 million “in support of efforts to address social injustice.”
It’s clear now that protesters are NOT afraid of physically clashing with police, and it’s also clear … cops don’t always have the upper hand, like these two Chicago PD officers here.
Check out this chaotic scene that was captured and posted Saturday out in the Windy City, where a couple of cops got into it with a swarm of protesters that had gathered around them following some sort of physical altercation with at least one of them.
That led to pretty much everyone else standing by to get in on the fracas by yanking the two officers off and away from the guy they appeared to be detaining. Literally … they full-on stripped them back, and then DRAGGED one of the cops for a good 7 or 8 feet.
BTW, the cop that got dragged appeared to be a woman. What’s even crazier is that it was other protesters that jumped in to finally break it up and actually form a protective circle around the 2 policemen. Good thing they did too — those folks looked ready to pounce.
Hundreds of people gathered in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to protest the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd, but the peaceful demonstrations later turned violent with cars set ablaze and other property damage, and Philadelphia police announced an 8 p.m. curfew in the city.
A crowd estimated by police as numbering 500 people gathered at Philadelphia’s City Hall, kneeling for more than eight minutes in honor of Floyd, a black man who died after a white officer pressed a knee into his neck, then marched through Center City to the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Saturday.
Back in the City Hall area, protesters sprayed graffiti on a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo, tried to topple it and set a fire at its base. Rizzo, mayor from 1972 to 1980, was praised by supporters as tough on crime but accused by critics of discriminating against minorities. His 10-foot-tall (3-meter-tall) bronze statue outside the Municipal Services Building, across from City Hall, has been defaced before and is to be moved next year.
Protesters started a fire at the Nashville’s Metro Courthouse Saturday night.
The fire appeared to start in a first-floor office building a little before 8:15 p.m. Saturday. Around 8:45 p.m, Mayor John Cooper declared a state of civil emergency and police announced a 10 p.m curfew for city. Shortly after 9 p.m., Gov. Bill Lee deployed the National Guard.
Dozens of protesters had gathered on the steps of Nashville’s criminal courthouse and City Hall after a rally and march. Demonstrators smashed windows with rocks and other material drawing a swarm of police and the situation at the building appeared to subside by about 7:30 p.m.
But by 8:15 p.m. fire was visible from the first floor office building.