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A new report published at The Gatestone Institute by Guy Milliere, a University of Paris professor, is warning that unless something significant changes, Muslims will be "the end of the European civilization as we know it."

He cited the results of a survey published by a French weekly, Le Journal du Dimanche. It found radical Muslims routinely are given platforms in France, 49% of French Muslims want Catholics to convert to Islam and 36%$ want churches made in mosques.

"France is a country where more than 70% of prison inmates are Muslim. According to reports, the crime rate among the Muslim population is high.... There are also more than two hundred rapes every day in France, most perpetrated by Muslim men who entered France illegally. Only 7% of illegal immigrants ordered to leave France are ever actually deported," he warned.

"If Europeans wish to avoid such a future and keep their culture, they need to start making that outcome unmistakably clear to everyone, not just by words but by actions. If not, what we are seeing could well mean the end of the European civilization as we know it," he said.

He continued citing the survey results: "The first question in the survey was about Jews. 17% of French Muslims admit that they hate Jews. 39% say they have a bad, or very bad, opinion of Judaism."

He pointed out, "France is the only country in 21st-century Europe where Jews regularly have been murdered simply because they are Jews. Since the kidnapping, torture, and murder of Ilan Halimi in January 2006, all Jews murdered in France have been killed by Muslims."

And he warned when it's Israel, "the results are even more disturbing."

"Feelings go beyond hatred. 45% of French Muslims say they want the destruction of Israel. An equivalent number of French Muslims define the massacre rape, torture, beheadings, and burning alive of Jews by Hamas terrorists in Israel on October 7, 2023, as an 'act of resistance'."

The stunning overview: "Almost half of a religious community in a Western democracy openly wants the destruction of a group of people who were just massacred in another country and the greatest number since the end of the Holocaust."

There should be, he said, alarm over the fact, that "so many French Muslims have sympathy for an organization whose leaders say that they will repeat the October 7 attack time and again until Israel is annihilated, and unabashedly state that they want the genocidal destruction of the only Jewish state."

Nearly half of French Muslims put their religious Shariah law above the nation's secular laws, even though the European Court of Human Rights ruled in 2003 that is incompatible with democratic values.

It's a threat that should be taken seriously, he said.

"France is one of the only countries in the Western world where men have been beheaded by radicalized Muslims. (The other is the United Kingdom, where two Muslims tried to behead British Soldier Lee Rigby in 2013.) Samuel Paty, a schoolteacher, was beheaded on October 16, 2020. Herve Cornara, a small business entrepreneur, was beheaded on June 26, 2015, in Romans-sur-Isère, a small town in the southeast of France. And Father Jacques Hamel had his throat slit and was beheaded on July 26, 2016, in Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy, while saying mass in an almost empty church" the report said.

Further, France has some 750 "no-go zones," where "Muslim gangs and radical imams are in charge. Non-Muslims can still live there, on the condition that they accept the status of dhimmi (tolerated second-class citizen), bow their heads, and admit that they live in a territory ruled by Islam," the professor wrote.

The report said the Muslim ideology permeates society.

"Jewish men conceal their skullcaps under a hat. Jewish women tuck their Star of David necklaces inside their clothing. Many Jewish families no longer place mezuzahs at the entrance to their homes. For more than 20 years, it has been impossible to talk about the Holocaust in French schools."

And he said the attacks now have expanded to Christians.

"French Christians visibly wearing a cross on the street receive insults. Every year, dozens of French churches are desecrated and ransacked," he said.

The column explained, "French President Emmanuel Macron said, in October 2020, that he wanted to fight what he called 'Islamic separatism,' but seemed not to want to see that Muslims tempted by Islamism do not want to 'separate' themselves from the rest of the population but to conquer others and have them submit. 'Islam,' Macron added is 'in crisis.' His statement provoked vehement protests from all of the French Muslim organizations and demonstrations in several countries of the Muslim world. Since then, he has avoided talking about Islam altogether."

France has now about 10% of its population of nearly 68 million who are Muslim.

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Joe Biden and his Democrat Party repeatedly have claimed that President Donald Trump and conservative Americans are a threat to democracy.

But there may not be much of that, democracy, left by the time Biden leaves office.

He's being accused – again – of breaking the law by his announcement this week that he is canceling more student debt.

This, on top of his family's apparently influence peddling operations, his advocacy for racism under various "equity" and "diversity" agendas, and more.

A report at the Washington Stand pointed out that the Supreme Court last year ruled unconstitutional Biden's promise to cancel $400 billion in student loans.

The court said the HEROS Act of 2003 didn't give the secretary of education the authority to do what Biden demanded.

Biden has since announced a long list of smaller "loan cancellation" programs, the most recent just days ago.

When the Supreme Court ruled Biden threatened, "I will stop at nothing to find other ways" to force those loans onto taxpayers instead of borrowers.

And he's boasted of his open defiance of the court: "The Supreme Court blocked it. But that didn't stop me."

The report notes there is an obvious reason for Biden's decision to defy the law and the courts: He needs to buy the votes to win re-election, as his approval ratings have plunged to historic lows and 8 in 10 say he's too old for another term.

"President Biden knows how deeply unpopular he is with young voters and his base, and his student debt plan is a desperate attempt to win them back on the taxpayer’s dime," Sentinel Action Fund President Jessica Anderson explained. "Biden hopes that wiping away some student loan debt will make voters forget that he is responsible for record-high inflation, rising food prices, and our stagnant economy. Americans won’t be fooled by Biden’s latest campaign stunt."

The report noted members of Congress agree.

"He unilaterally is forgiving this debt, supposedly forgiving, which means he doesn’t care what the law says — Congress," Rep. Keith Self, R-Texas, told Tony Perkins on Washington Watch.

"He doesn’t care what the judiciary says — the Supreme Court. [A]nd yes, of course, he’s buying votes. But for the rest of the taxpayers, there is no forgiveness [for them]. Someone is going to pay these loans back, and now it’s going to be you, the taxpayer."

This week Biden said he was "forgiving," another term for transferring the debts to taxpayers, some $1.2 billion owed by 153,000 borrowers.

To date, that makes about $131 billion he's transferred from borrowers to taxpayers.

Legal analysts told The Stand his move is unconstitutional.

"Despite the Supreme Court clearly saying that under our constitution the president cannot rewrite our nation’s laws, President Biden continues to do just that," explained Karen Harned, of the Center for Constitutional Responsibility. "The president is once again breaking the law in a transparent attempt to garner votes."

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A university in New York has abruptly reversed itself when it was caught attacking speech supporting one side of the war the terrorists in Hamas launched against Israel, but not the other.

It happened at the State University of New York where one Jewish student, confronted by pro-Hamas slogans on clothing worn by other students, wore a statement supporting the Israel Defense Forces.

She then was ordered into a meeting with a school dean.

But the American Center for Law and Justice stepped in, attended that meeting by telephone, and obtained a quick resolution to the speech infringement.

"The school quickly understood our position and agreed that our client was free to wear her IDF T-shirt to class and that she should not have been singled out by the school and reprimanded," the ACLJ explained in its report.

"Subsequently, the dean met with the other students our client identified to the school as having worn expressive apparel in support of Hamas and Gaza, as well as the entire first-year class. The dean ensured that every student was aware of the school’s desire to keep politics out of the classroom as much as possible, but also that no dress code existed, nor would one be adopted."

The dispute arose because, last November, the Jewish student was ordered to attend a meeting with a dean, "because a complaint had been made about her."

The substance of that was that she wore an "IDF" T-shirt to class.

The ACLJ reported, "Her decision to wear the T-shirt in support of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) came after many of her fellow classmates wore similarly expressive clothing to class in support of Hamas or Gaza. None of the other students, however, had been similarly criticized or requested by the dean to attend a meeting because of their clothing choices, so the student reached out to the ACLJ for assistance."

The ACLJ said it was a matter of explaining to the school the student's right to equal treatment, "including the ability to wear expressive material in the classroom."

The legal team also pointed out that the school has no dress code, so the reason for the complaint about the IDF T-shirt likely could only have been based on bias against Israel, bias against the student, or a campaign to enforce a "heckler's veto," in which those on one side of an argument complain about others' speech, and demand censorship.

The result, the ACLJ said, is that "our client is free to continue expressing her viewpoints, including her support of Israel, and attend classes without issue."

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There's a doctrine in America, not found in the Constitution but simply created by courts, to grant immunity to government officials for some events for which they otherwise could face liability.

It was used when "Sylvia Gonzalez spent a day in jail because her political opponents wanted to teach the then-72-year-old grandmother and city councilwoman a lesson. The mayor and police chief of Castle Hills, Texas, used trumped-up charges to jail Sylvia in retaliation for speech critical of another local government official. The charges were later dropped," reports the Institute for Justice.

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Sen. Chuck Schumer has lost his temper many times, and his rants are spectacles. One troubling incident was when he was not getting his way at the Supreme Court and in a rally outside threatened, or at least tried to influence, the justices.

He screamed, "I want to tell you [Neil] Gorsuch. I want to tell you [Brett] Kavanaugh]. You release the whirlwind and you will pay the price. You won't know what hit you."

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The Democrats' oft-repeated talking point that recent elections, especially the 2020 presidential race, have been the most secure ever seems to be not getting through to Americans.

Because a majority, 52%, say they believe cheating will affect the outcome of the 2024 race.

Of course, those Americans now know the other side of the Democrats' messaging. They know that Mark Zuckerberg handed out $400 million plus to various election officials who used it mostly to recruit Joe Biden supporters.

Never before in American elections had such a sum been dumped into the election process, and it was additionally significant because it was outside of the ordinary campaign-funding mechanisms.

They also know about the FBI's interference in the campaign. The bureau told media corporations to suppress accurate and truthful, but very damaging, reporting about the Biden family scandals outlined in the laptop computer abandoned by Hunter Biden.

This doubt was documented by Rasmussen, who found that 52% of all voters, including 74% of Republicans, say they believe cheating will impact the election results this year.

Even 32% of Democrats agree.

Twenty-seven percent said it is "very" likely, and another 25% said, somewhat likely. Thirty-seven percent were on the other side, but a significant 11% were unsure.

report at The Gateway Pundit added, "A shocking poll released in December 2023 found that one in five voters who cast mail-in ballots during the 2020 presidential election admit to participating in at least one kind of voter fraud.

"The Heartland Institute took the polling results a step further: they measured 'the effect of mail-in ballot fraud in the Trump-Biden race for the White House' through their report, titled 'Who Won the 2020 Election?'"

The report noted there, "President Trump won outright in 26 of the 29 scenarios. If you include a tie-breaker, Trump won 27 out of 29. That and the fact that Joe Biden has no support and is a dementia patient."

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Joe Biden and his Democrat Party repeatedly have claimed that President Donald Trump and conservative Americans are a threat to democracy.

But there may not be much of that, democracy, left by the time Biden leaves office.

He's being accused – again – of breaking the law by his announcement this week that he is canceling more student debt.

This, on top of his family's apparently influence peddling operations, his advocacy for racism under various "equity" and "diversity" agendas, and more.

A report at the Washington Stand pointed out that the Supreme Court last year ruled unconstitutional Biden's promise to cancel $400 billion in student loans.

The court said the HEROS Act of 2003 didn't give the secretary of education the authority to do what Biden demanded.

Biden has since announced a long list of smaller "loan cancellation" programs, the most recent just days ago.

When the Supreme Court ruled Biden threatened, "I will stop at nothing to find other ways" to force those loans onto taxpayers instead of borrowers.

And he's boasted of his open defiance of the court: "The Supreme Court blocked it. But that didn't stop me."

The report notes there is an obvious reason for Biden's decision to defy the law and the courts: He needs to buy the votes to win re-election, as his approval ratings have plunged to historic lows and 8 in 10 say he's too old for another term.

"President Biden knows how deeply unpopular he is with young voters and his base, and his student debt plan is a desperate attempt to win them back on the taxpayer’s dime," Sentinel Action Fund President Jessica Anderson explained. "Biden hopes that wiping away some student loan debt will make voters forget that he is responsible for record-high inflation, rising food prices, and our stagnant economy. Americans won’t be fooled by Biden’s latest campaign stunt."

The report noted members of Congress agree.

"He unilaterally is forgiving this debt, supposedly forgiving, which means he doesn’t care what the law says — Congress," Rep. Keith Self, R-Texas, told Tony Perkins on Washington Watch.

"He doesn’t care what the judiciary says — the Supreme Court. [A]nd yes, of course, he’s buying votes. But for the rest of the taxpayers, there is no forgiveness [for them]. Someone is going to pay these loans back, and now it’s going to be you, the taxpayer."

This week Biden said he was "forgiving," another term for transferring the debts to taxpayers, some $1.2 billion owed by 153,000 borrowers.

To date, that makes about $131 billion he's transferred from borrowers to taxpayers.

Legal analysts told The Stand his move is unconstitutional.

"Despite the Supreme Court clearly saying that under our constitution the president cannot rewrite our nation’s laws, President Biden continues to do just that," explained Karen Harned, of the Center for Constitutional Responsibility. "The president is once again breaking the law in a transparent attempt to garner votes."

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In a move that raises red flags for Democrats about their almost always reliable support from unions, the Teamsters have made a significant donation this year to the Republican National Committee's convention fund.

It is at that convention that President Donald Trump likely will be named the party's 2024 presidential nominee.

report in Axios calls the union "one of America's most powerful labor unions" and confirmed it has donated $45,000 to that convention fund.

The report noted it "matters" because it comes as "Trump and President Biden vie for blue-collar support in key swing states…"

The report noted it's not yet an "endorsement," but "it's a powerful statement from a union that's supported every Democratic presidential nominee since Al Gore."

The Washington Post said it was the first major Teamster donation to the RCN since 2004.

The union said the check was issued a month ago and "will be sent soon."

The contribution came about shortly after Trump met with Teamsters president Sean O'Brien behind closed doors.

At the time, Trump explained it was a "very strong meeting."

The report said the Teamsters also donated $45,000 to the Democrats' convention fund.

commentary at ZeroHedge said, "This move has sparked huge concern that unions are losing faith in President Biden, lauded as the most pro-union president ever."

It explained the union represents about 1.3 million UPS and other transportation workers.

It noted, "Biden has frequently touted his strong ties with labor unions. However, the president's failed economic policies, known as 'Bidenomics,' have crushed the working class under the weight of inflation."

Inflation has surged more than 17% since Biden took office, mortgage rates are at their highest in years, and critical consumer goods, food and gasoline, have created budget issues for millions of Americans.

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Cyberattacks can shut down banking procedures, online communications, corporation systems, and more.

And now they can threaten lives by infiltrating a system allowing the dispensing of prescriptions to patients.

The Business Insider reported the attack this week on UnitedHealth's Change Healthcare system and the American Hospital Association was urging healthcare facilities to disconnect from the system.

Change Healthcare itself said a number of its systems and services were hit by the cyberattack starting Wednesday.

The company said the problems were from "a suspected nation-state associated cybersecurity threat actor."

The corporation delivers prescription processing services and is part of United Health's Optum division, working with more than 67,000 pharmacies.

The company said it was "experiencing a cyber security issue" and it was working on it.

"Once we became aware of the outside threat, in the interest of protecting our partners and patients, we took immediate action to disconnect our systems to prevent further impact," it reported.

One report, in the Daily Mail, bluntly labeled the situation, as an attack from a "foreign nation."

Another published report from Fox said a restoration of services was expected imminently.

But it said the nature and origin of the attack were unclear.

One pharmacy chain said the problem was not with getting the prescriptions, but with billing them to insurance plans.

"If you can wait a day or so to pick up your RX that would be great. If you need it today we can do our best to accommodate individual needs," the chain said.

CVS officials told Fox its systems were unaffected.

"We are aware that Change Healthcare is experiencing a network interruption that is impacting certain business operations, as well as the operations of other companies nationally," an official. "There is no indication that CVS Health’s systems have been compromised."

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Cyberattacks can shut down banking procedures, online communications, corporation systems, and more.

And now they can threaten lives by infiltrating a system allowing the dispensing of prescriptions to patients.

The Business Insider reported the attack this week on UnitedHealth's Change Healthcare system and the American Hospital Association was urging healthcare facilities to disconnect from the system.

Change Healthcare itself said a number of its systems and services were hit by the cyberattack starting Wednesday.

The company said the problems were from "a suspected nation-state associated cybersecurity threat actor."

The corporation delivers prescription processing services and is part of United Health's Optum division, working with more than 67,000 pharmacies.

The company said it was "experiencing a cyber security issue" and it was working on it.

"Once we became aware of the outside threat, in the interest of protecting our partners and patients, we took immediate action to disconnect our systems to prevent further impact," it reported.

One report, in the Daily Mail, bluntly labeled the situation, as an attack from a "foreign nation."

Another published report from Fox said a restoration of services was expected imminently.

But it said the nature and origin of the attack were unclear.

One pharmacy chain said the problem was not with getting the prescriptions, but with billing them to insurance plans.

"If you can wait a day or so to pick up your RX that would be great. If you need it today we can do our best to accommodate individual needs," the chain said.

CVS officials told Fox its systems were unaffected.

"We are aware that Change Healthcare is experiencing a network interruption that is impacting certain business operations, as well as the operations of other companies nationally," an official. "There is no indication that CVS Health’s systems have been compromised."

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