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America’s mass media must’ve missed out on this story, in making such a big deal about Shariah law allegedly coming to American cities, when Orthodox Jewish law is already here in New York City, according to this January 19, 2014 video.

Showdown In BP Between TLC Police & Residents
The NYC’s Taxi & Limousine (TLC) Police has lately been spending a substantial amount of time on the streets of Boro Park, stopping vehicles and sometimes ticketing and even towing them. The mission of the TLC Police is to enforce the taxi commission’s rules and regulations. They are apparently looking for illegally operating car services, who do not have proper licensing and insurance.

The video below was taken on Sunday January 19, 2014 in Boro Park.

Rev. Ted Pike does an excellent job of discussing the apartheid that Hasidic Jewish groups are seeking in New York City, by even wanting their own criminal justice system. Did America’s mass media really miss out on this story, or are they intentionally blocking it because it doesn’t fit their narrative? From coverage of the past few years, we have certainly seen that they have an agenda to raise concerns about Shariah law coming to America’s cities when it’s the same mass media that promotes mass immigration of people from very different cultures to America.

For more on some of the selective propaganda in the media against certain groups, see my article Avi Lipkin disses Muslims again in his role as propagandist.

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With Western Union, I priced a ‘Money in Minutes’ online and agent money transfer of $1000 USD from America’s financial capital, New York City, to Iraq, and from New York City to Canada.

The service fee was only $19.99 from New York City to Iraq, but was $86.00 to Canada — 430% more.

Similarly, MoneyGram’s agent 10-minute money transfer fee for $1000 USD was only $16 from the U.S. to Iraq, but was $61 to Canada — 381% more.

This, despite Canada’s deep economic integration with the U.S. through NAFTA and the SPP, the world’s largest bilateral trading relationship among individual countries, their membership in the G-8 and G-20, being ranked #7 and #8 in economic freedom according to the Heritage Foundation, Canada having the soundest banking system in the world according to the World Economic Forum, and bigger economies of scale.

Previously, I wrote about how it’s cheaper to send a text message to Iraq than to the United States.

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