“A bad worker blames his tools,” my mother used to tell me. And bad leaders, it seems, blame the consequences of their bad policies on tools. A case in point is London mayor Sadiq Khan’s proposal to ban cars in certain areas of his city after Tuesday morning’s suspected Houses of Parliament terrorist attack.
The police identified the “Midlands Man” who drove into a gaggle of cyclists and pedestrians and then into a security barrier outside Parliament in London yesterday. He was a Sudanese Muslim immigrant.
After equating U.S. President Donald Trump's “tactics” to those of ISIS, a top United Nations bureaucrat warned that the American leader's rhetoric borders on “incitement to violence.”
The United Nations is once again in the global spotlight for the most heinous crimes imaginable — the massive, systematic rape of innocent children perpetrated by child rapists working for the UN. In a new report released this week, the U.K. Parliament's committee overseeing foreign aid found that the rape and sexual abuse of children by UN officials and “aid” workers was “endemic,” and that UN officials have done essentially nothing despite knowing all about it. The investigators suspect that the number of known cases is merely the “tip of the iceberg.”
A British doctor recently lost his job as a disability assessor because he insisted on using clients’ biological sex, not their preferred gender.