The Daily Populous

Monday May 13rd, 2019 day edition

image for Anti-gay Arizona pastor Steven Anderson becomes the first person ever to be banned from entering Ireland

The first person to be banned from entering the country of Ireland is an Arizona far-right pastor who’s known for some of the most vicious anti-gay rhetoric to ever emanate from an evangelical figure.

According to The Irish Times, the country’s Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan, signed an order to block the entry of Pastor Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona.

Anderson has reportedly scheduled a trip to Dublin for May 26 and planned to preach to a congregation there.

The order was signed under the country’s 1999 Immigration Act and has been implemented for the first time ever in order to block Anderson.

He also blamed the victims of the massacre at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, back in 2015.

Anderson has also been banned from other counties, which include the U.K., South Africa, Canada, Jamaica, and all countries within the European Union.

Before the order was signed, 14,000 people signed a petition calling for him to be banned. »

Tennessee judge shares links saying 'Jews should get the f*** over the Holocaust' and calling Muslims 'foreign mud'

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Commercial Appeal reports that several organisations in Memphis, Tennessee are calling for state authorities to censure Criminal Court Judge Jim Lammey following the discovery of his racist Facebook activity.

Judge Lammey, who has made his Facebook page private since the local discovery, was first elected in 2006 and re-elected for an eight-year term in 2015.

“My best friend — who’s deceased now — was Jewish and I wouldn’t do that,” he said. »

Measles vaccinations jump 106% as B.C. counters anti-vaxxer fear-mongering

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Although Health Minister Adrian Dix has refused to make the MMR vaccine mandatory, he did institute the measles immunization catch-up program starting on April 1.

That is good news to hear, but the province is still battling a concerted effort by anti-vaxxers to distort the truth about vaccinations.

Health authorities will continue to work with schools to notify parents of upcoming measles immunization catch-up clinics and what to expect if their child needs a measles immunization. »


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He would shoot the film in France and Italy, for their grand locations, and Yugoslavia, for their cheap armies.

These were pre-CG days, and he arranged to borrow 40,000 Romanian infantry and 10,000 cavalry for the battles.

In the early 1980s, he still talked of wanting to make the film, but it wasn't to be. »

Belfast teacher still in class of her own for shouting

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The Belfast primary school teacher bellowed her way into the world record books in 1994 with a thunderous bellow of the word (what else?)

The shout clocked up an earth-shattering 121.7 decibels, setting a world record and potentially damaging the hearing of anyone within earshot.

Corey Taylor, lead singer of renowned heavy metal outfit Slipknot was on the show - and even he was blown away. »