Links and news: Jan 29 2013

Thanks to EDL Buck, Richard and all who sent these in

1. Downing confirms British troops to Mali 

2. Sandy Hook victim father testimony

3. Iran thought to be source of large weapons shipment 

4. Egyptian army warns of possible collapse of state

5. Interview of Alexandre Delvalle on The Persecution of the East-Christians.

6. More Islamic patrols in UK

7. Verdict and sentencing on multi-Muslim ice-cream-truck-wars

8. Melanie Phillips: English hate-cocktail

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8 thoughts on “Links and news: Jan 29 2013

  1. The bus driver in the Muslim patrol reminded of a recent job I did in London. An Egyptian working with us admitted that he only had to say a specific few words to a fellow ‘brother’ bus driver and his journey would be free.The Egyptian lived in stoke newington and not London ,so did not know the driver. This was experienced by my uncle who was once with him. He also experienced an arguement in a Arab restaurant on the edge ware rd between the Egyptian and restaurant, who was trying to charge more because my uncle was white. They have cheaper prices for ‘brothers’ you see. It is obvious that corrupt practice’s occur in the UK by all types of people ,but I thought it was nice to hear of racist and religious ones from our new citizens.:-) .
    The moral of the story to is not the corruption however it is the fact that they do not and will never look upon us as equals.

  2. That suits me, I don’t look on any muslime as an equal, or even a fellow human being. I never aid one in any way, give assistance or patronise their shops; screw the lot of them

  3. I haven’t watched the Muslim Patrol one. I want to ask the rest of you, “is it safe to watch?”
    The last one that I saw made me fume with anger and I spent the rest of the day imagining what I would do to these Muslim thugs if I ever laid my hands on them. It was very exhausting emotionally. I thought I was going to rupture a blood vessel. Am I going to succumb to the same anger?
    If so, I’ll give it a miss thanks, at least for today anyway!

  4. UN Officials Are Worried 200K Armed Libyan Rebels Could Join The Fight In Mali

    There are still 200,000 armed fighters in “revolutionary brigades” in Libya, a top UN envoy said Tuesday, expressing fears that Mali’s conflict could spillover into the country.

    Foreign governments have raised concerns about security in Libya and UN envoy to the country Tarek Mitri said France’s military campaign in Mali had opponents in Libya.

    “Opposition of armed radical groups to the military intervention in Mali may exacerbate the situation given ideological and/or ethnic affiliations as well as porous borders in Libya,” Mitri told the Security Council.

  5. Walid Phares: Morsi will use everything he can to fight rebellion against him

    Walid Phares says that the warning yesterday from the army chief in Egypt is a very serious one because the rebellion against Morsi has now been going for 2 months and it continues to build. But he said Morsi will use everything he can to fight the rebels, including his Salafi militia which may fight the protestors on the ground this Friday after prayers. Phares says that would be a very bad idea.

    video on the page :

  6. Muslims bomb theatres to protest Vishwaroopam, Kamal Haasan offers cuts

    Muslims protesting against Kamal Haasan’s film Vishwaroopam hurled petrol bombs at two theatres in Tamil Nadu where the movie was scheduled to be screened on Wednesday following the High Court staying the ban imposed by the State Government. Petrol bombs were hurled at theatres in the Ramanathapuram district, 600 km from Chennai. There are no reports of injuries. Glass panes at the theatres were shattered.

    Meanwhile, Kamal Haasan met with representatives of the Muslim community and later told newspersons that he had come to an amicable settlement over the dispute that rose from his using verses from the Quran in Vishwaroopam. “This film is not against Indian Muslims. It is in support of Indian Muslims. There seems to be some confusion over the use of Quranic verses and I am willing to edit out these references,” he said.

    An emotional Kamal Haasan had said on Wednesday morning that he would be forced to leave the country if the ban on his film ‘Vishwaroopam’ was not lifted.

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