Some videos and links for Jan 19 2013

1. We often post pats of Diana West’s stories and link to her site. In fact my second ever interview was Diana West in Washington DC in 2009. Here she is on Michael Coren. This video acts funky on firefox. If you have problems try another browser or let me know and I’ll send them an email about the issue.

2. Iranian ‘Grand Ayatollah’ declares all Christian women may be raped. 

I can’t hear that title without thinking of the one about the Iranian-Italian university that opened up in Florence. Ayatollah U. (you have to say it out loud)

3. British textbook erases Israel from Map

4. Wikipedia entry for Indian Muslim politician who incites to hatred, war, Islamic supremacy.

5. Indigenous Britons now minority in parts of England.

6. British public feel that immigration is England’s most important issue. Horse. Barn.

7. Egyptian high-school textbooks demand death for apostates and more.

8. ‘Canadian’ Cleric busy destabilizing nuclear Pakistan

9. Ameritard mouths off in Syria with his bearded clam buddies.

10. Something all of us should probably know.

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9 thoughts on “Some videos and links for Jan 19 2013

  1. The facts about FDR are beginning to be told, if we can manage to defeat the left we will see the kids taught that he was a disaster for the US.

    They are teaching cannibalism!!! How is the left going to cover up this action?

  2. I expect Mr. Pickles up coming speech to be more positive than reality warrants. The onus with be on the white racist Britons to be more understanding and accommodating of the rich jewels from their former crown.

    Britain is in need of a little anarchy and blood.

  3. ALGERIA Algiers ;Demonstration against the war in Mali – the Salafists are stopped by the police before they could reach the French embassy _ the man with the nice little conical white hat is a radical imam ….

  4. Egypt Death toll rises to 5 in clashes outside police station in Egypt

    CAIRO, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) — The death toll rose to five in clashes between police officers and relatives of a murdered citizen outside a police station in Egypt’s Qalioubiya Governorate with 12 others injured, Health Ministry spokesman Ahmed Omar told Xinhua on Sunday.

    Omar added that three bodies were kept at the morgue of Nasser Hospital and the other two were received by their families.

    The 12 injured people were taken to nearby Bahteem and Nasser hospitals.

    The clashes erupted after a citizen was mistakenly shot dead by a police officer in an operation on Saturday. The victim’s furious relatives protested outside the police station and vowed to retaliate for their deceased, according to state-run Al-Ahram online.

    The five people killed in the clashes included two officers and one conscript, and the police then intensified security measures around the police station with armored vehicles in case of any further attacks, Al-Ahram added.

  5. Egypt – clashes at trial of security officers in Alexandria
    CAIRO (AP) Riot police fired tear gas Saturday to disperse dozens of demonstrators throwing rocks outside an Alexandria courthouse where the city’s ex-security director and other officers are on trial for the killing of protesters during Egypt’s 2011 uprising.

    The confrontation comes a week before the country marks the second anniversary of the revolt that ousted the country’s longtime autocratic ruler, Hosni Mubarak, and highlights the frustration expressed by many over the pace of reform in the Arab world’s most populous nation.

  6. ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — The death toll from the bloody terrorist siege at a natural gas plant in the Sahara climbed to at least 81 on Sunday as Algerian forces searching the complex for explosives found dozens more bodies, many so badly disfigured they could not immediately be identified, a security official said.

    […]The Algerian security official said the 25 bodies found by bombs squads on Sunday were so badly disfigured that it was difficult to tell whether they were hostages or attackers. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation and said those casualties were not official yet.

    […]An audio recording of Algerian security forces speaking with the head of the kidnappers, Abdel Rahman al-Nigiri, indicates that the hostage-takers were trying to organize a prisoner swap with authorities.

    “You see our demands are so easy, so easy if you want to negotiate with us,” al-Nigiri said in the recording broadcast by Algerian television. “We want the prisoners you have, the comrades who were arrested and imprisoned 15 years ago. We want 100 of them.”

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