“Well let me explain to you how it was when we didn’t have the militia here. We had snipers up on these hills around this ranch and there were people laying down with high-powered rifles pointed at my family. We have like 200 armed United States BLM people travelling the roads, walking all accesses. We felt like getting away from our home to do anything [we] was threatened, our life was threatened. They were stealing my cattle, every day they had helicopters, contract cowboys, stealing loads of my cattle, abusing my cattle and ruining my range improvements, my water improvements and things like that. That was going on every day.”
Everyone agrees that this shooting was, ‘unprovoked’. Which would lead us all to believe that the usual motives for this attack, anger at a person or event for personal reasons, can be discounted. The motive was almost certainly ideological then, and that ideology was Islam. And if that is the case, what does it tell us about religious muslim in positions of trust?
Imagine if a Jewish community center hired a zealous Nazi to guard it. The guard was known to attend Nazi ideological enforcement meetings daily or at least every Friday afternoon. He dressed in the manner of a Nazi faithful and lived in the prescribed lifestyle.
One day he turns on the community center killing as many as he can using the weapon provided to him by the Jewish community center who hired him.
The news reporter asking about this attack asks the following questions:
at 1:02: “And what are we to understand about why this supposedly happened, we are hearing it was a security guard do you think he was an implanted insurgent, or is this about somebody having some sort of psychotic break, what do we understand?”
Answer is that it is too early to speculate. LOL!
Of course the answer goes on to add weight to any possible motive whatsoever so long as it does not allow for the obvious.
Today ICLA attended an event at the House of Lords at which a new and important organisation, Sharia Watch UK, was launched. The new organisation will campaign for recognition of the dangers posed by sharia law in the UK, particularly in relation to women’s rights. ICLA has been highlighting similar issues as part of its Victims of Sharia Action Network (VOSAN) initiative and welcomes the creation of the new organisation.
Sharia Watch UK was introduced by Anne-Marie Waters at the House of Lords event who emphasized several times that she was only interested in telling the truth. The event was hosted by Baroness Caroline Cox who has campaigned against the use of sharia law in tribunals and councils across the UK. Lady Cox has argued that sharia law “undermines the most fundamental principles of equality enshrined in British law” in respect of its treatment of women.
3. Brooke Goldstein on The Kelly File – Controversy Over 9/11 Museum’s Portrayal of Al Qaeda
Critics, (Almost certainly CAIR) are demanding that any reference to Islam be removed from the motives for 911.
“If such a large amount of weapons fell into hands of separatists, it would be a catastrophe,” said Alexei Melnik, a defence analyst at the Razumkov centre in Kiev. When Melnik visited the cache in 2002 it held about 3.5m firearms, he said.
The mine is near the village of Paraskoviyevka, 25 miles from Slavyansk, the centre of the uprising by armed pro-Russia militias demanding regional referendums on greater independence from Kiev.
The interior ministry called Slavyansk the “most dangerous place in Ukraine”
5. Afghan Policeman guns down three US citizens at Kabul hospital
Guard kills 3 US doctors. The people that guard was supposed to be protecting.
(I wonder. Is there a lesson in that?)
Thank you EDL Buck, M, Fjordman and all. Much much more to come today.
When you read the article linked here, Please try and imagine that Christians armed with AK47s and grenades smashed their way into a high school in Edmonton and kidnapped over 200 girls and forced them to become sex slaves and think on how the media would handle it. Almost proves the majority of the Western legacy media is both communist and racist in terms of how they deal with this issue.
This year alone, an estimated 1,5000 people have been killed in attacks attributed to Boko Haram. All teaching was suspended in Borno several weeks ago. In a reaction to the increasing frequency of attacks by the Islamist extremists against schools they regard as western-oriented. The kidnapped schoolgirls had only just returned to their boarding school to take their final examinations.
Kidnappers were disguised as soldiers
The kidnappers claimed to be soldiers who had come to take the students to a place of safety as they had been alerted to an imminent attack. Only when they had boarded the waiting trucks and buses did the girls realize they were being kidnapped. Some escaped by jumping out of the moving trucks. The others were taken to an unknown destination.
Fear is growing among parents that their children’s schools could be targeted
There are reports that Boko Haram extremists deliberately kidnapped schoolgirls in the past to force them to work for them and abuse them as ‘sex slaves.’
In this article you see the near total triumph of cultural Marxism. That a totalitarian lesbian could set up a nun this way and have her destroyed in such a calculated manner is worthy of the kind of anti-Church street dramas the Soviets used to have back in the heyday of communist misery.
A Christian nursery nurse has lost her job after a conversation in which a gay colleague pressed her about her beliefs, and then took offence when told that the Bible regards the practice of homosexualty as a sin.
Sarah Mbuyi is claiming unfair dismissal on grounds of religious discrimination.
She says that in January 2014 her colleague at Newpark Childcare in Highbury, London, initiated a conversation about Christmas and went on to ask a number of other questions relating to the Christian faith. In this context, Miss Mbuyi’s colleague raised the issue of what the bible teaches on homosexuality. The colleague felt unhappy that she could not marry her female partner because of the church, and said that she thought God condoned homosexuality.
Miss Mbuyi explained: “When I said no God does not condone the practice of homosexuality, but does love you and says you should come to Him as you are, she became emotional and went off to report me to my manager.”
At an internal disciplinary hearing Sarah was confronted with her colleague’s allegations, which included the false claim that Sarah herself had raised the issue of homosexuality on a number of occasions.
Sarah says she was wholly unprepared for such distorted allegations which left her feeling shocked. The result was that the nursery directors instantly dismissed Sarah for gross misconduct.
There is so much logically wrong with everything that took place and at so many levels. For one thing, the lesbian could just as easily make up her own god or gods and explain that being a nun was offensive to them. Why is it that she causes misery to a woman who meant her no harm and who’s beliefs are voluntary? This lesbian was on a crusade. And that is the sole motive for her actions. Cultural Marxist totalitarian determination to scrub the world of all that doesn’t fit her narrative. And I would bet quite a bit that the lesbian is the one who thinks she is the tolerant one.
American officials are warning that attacks on minority Muslims and foreign aid groups in Burma are threatening the nascent thaw in relations between Washington and this former pariah state.
The Obama administration counts Burma’s transition from military rule as a major foreign policy success for the president and his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. For Burma leaders, normalising relations with the US government was key to ending their dependency on China.
But allegations, disputed by the Burma government, that dozens of Rohingya Muslims were massacred by mobs of Buddhists in western Rakhine state in January have outraged human rights groups and members of Congress.
Her plan, she claimed, was to teach local Muslims to grow and can vegetables.
But as ‘carloads’ of fellow Muslims she’d met through her mosque began arriving at the 160-acre ranch in 1999, she and her husband were helpless to stop their home from becoming a magnet for terrorists-in-training.
Radical Muslim leader Abu Hamza al-Masri is charged with taking an Oregon woman’s dream of turning her ranch into a place to teach Muslims to grow and can vegetables and turning it into a terrorist boot camp for al Aqueda
6. Ezra looks at CAIR’s recent intimidation efforts to stop schools and theaters from screening the new film, ‘The Honour Diaries’
The council issued the list in a statement today, following what it called “misinformation” in press coverage over the weekend.
On Sunday, the Telegraph published a leaked report by school inspectors Ofsted on three schools in the city: Park View, Golden Hillock and Nansen Primary.
Inspectors found instances of gender segregation at two of the schools, non-Muslim students having to “teach themselves” a GCSE (school leaving exam) subject, an extremist speaker addressing students at Park View, and a biology teacher briefly teaching the theory of evolution to comply with the government syllabus before saying “this is not what we believe”.
(For the record, this is pretty much exactly what Gates of Vienna figured had happened at the time of the Benghazi attack)
The Citizens Commission on Benghazi, a self-selected group of former top military officers, CIA insiders and think-tankers, declared Tuesday in Washington that a seven-month review of the deadly 2012 terrorist attack has determined that it could have been prevented – if the U.S. hadn’t been helping to arm al-Qaeda militias throughout Libya a year earlier.
‘The United States switched sides in the war on terror with what we did in Libya, knowingly facilitating the provision of weapons to known al-Qaeda militias and figures,’ Clare Lopez, a member of the commission and a former CIA officer, told MailOnline.
She blamed the Obama administration for failing to stop half of a $1 billion United Arab Emirates arms shipment from reaching al-Qaeda-linked militants.
The former Prime Minister again defended his decision to invade Iraq and warned of the ‘consequences of non-intervention’.
But he admitted that his military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan had made the West less inclined to tackle radical Islam.
He urged a deal with Bashar Assad in Syria and suggested the West must work with Russian President Vladmir Putin to tackle ‘radicalised and politicised view of Islam’ despite increased tensions over Ukraine.
“And then of course Bob, it’s bringing up a lot of security issues as well, we get pulled over for our nail clippers and our bottles of water as we go though security and here somebody just hopped the fence!”
4. The Bird artist. I have been getting hammered from all sides with links to the German women who does this act right out of a grade school boy’s locker room joke. Don L sent me a version of this video from LiveLeak a few days ago and I didn’t post it cause, well why would I. But as everyone is sending me the link I thought I would share this thought with you.
(Question: if the parents, brothers, friends or community members went out to try and rescue these school girls, would the world’s media call them, “Far Right Extremists” and make them look morally equivalent to the muslim terrorists who kidnapped them and, well we can make a safe guess as to what they do after that. Seriously. I want an answer)
Almost three times as many schoolgirls as previously thought were seized from an exam hall by violent Islamist extremists, it has been claimed.
A statement by officials had said that 85 girls aged 16-18, who were sitting a physics exam, were kidnapped from the school in Chibok, Nigeria last week.
But today the governor of the region, who visited the town today, said that grief-stricken parents told him officials had ignored them when drawing up the list of 85, and that in fact 234 girls had been taken.
Attacks: A heavy military presence in the Borno region of Nigeria did not prevent the kidnapping (file photo)
(The short article linked above is worth knowing. It is a powerful weapon against some of the typical leftist and Islamic arguments which claim this city, and some variant of it will be applied to Spain next, and then wherever it is you live)
Despite 1,300 years of Muslim Arab rule, Jerusalem was never the capital of an Arab entity, nor was it ever mentioned in the Palestine Liberation Organization’s covenant until Israel regained control of East Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of 1967. Overall, the role of Jerusalem in Islam is best understood as the outcome of political exigencies impacting religious belief.
Mohammed, who founded Islam in 622 CE, was born and raised in present-day Saudi Arabia and never set foot in Jerusalem. His connection to the city came years after his death when the Dome of the Rock shrine and the al-Aqsa mosque were built in 688 and 691, respectively, their construction spurred by political and religious rivalries. In 638 CE, the Caliph (or successor to Mohammed) Omar and his invading armies captured Jerusalem from the Byzantine Empire. One reason they wanted to erect a holy structure in Jerusalem was to proclaim Islam’s supremacy over Christianity and its most important shrine, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
(Personally I think this guy should have his own American reality show. They could call it, ‘Bloody Abu’ and play it opposite Honey Booboo. It could feature comical clips of him trying to scratch his head and occasionally testicles with his hook and then, just to create a solid character-arc, he could wow everyone by playing Johnny Winter style slide guitar with it. And the end of every episode, someone gets to hunt him down in creative ways.)
Abu Hamza told how he ‘happy’ he was about the September 11 attacks in a broadcast interview, saying it left Muslims and non-Muslims around the world rejoicing, according to a tape played for the jury at his terrorism trial on Monday.
He did not hesitate when asked about the attack that killed nearly 3,000 people and could be heard casually speaking of the attacks in the undated interview with a Canadian broadcaster, even equating what Al Qaeda did to the hero in American movies.
He is currently on trial in New York after being extradited to the US to face terrorism charges.
‘Everybody was happy when the planes hit the World Trade Center,’ Hamza said in the interview.
Thank you Fjordman, EDL Buck, UK Pete, M and all. Tons and tons more to go. At least one new video translation and possibly two by end of day.
I still find it highly repugnant that so many news agencies feel the need to label a group that supports British law as it is democratically created, and represents the culmination of English culture and heritage for literally thousands of years, as somehow morally equivalent to a group that uses fascist theocratic thuggery to enforce an alien legal system on the world. It is the height of post modern thought. This kind of relativism is something I hoped VICE would be above given their reporting on North Korea and Liberia, both of which are excellent and highly not PC.
To ask immigrants who moved to a nation to abide by its laws and not illegally enforce their own is hardly morally equivalent. nor is it ‘far right’ as the term is popularly used, to mean Nazi like, which is actually far left. The true meaning of far right would be me. I believe in small government and maximal individual rights and a clean clear separation of mosque and state and not allowing any group to break the law using the fiction of collective rights. In other words, a Jeffersonian liberal.
And please feel free to head over to the YT channel where this video lives and join in on the comments there. The statements of VICE News need tone challenged.