You say Ebola, I say Islama, Ebola, Islama, Links 1 for Oct. 17 – 2014

1. Alarm after vomiting passenger dies on flight from Nigeria to JFK

(Now that would ruin your in-flight meal)

A plane from Nigeria landed at JFK Airport Thursday with a male passenger aboard who had died during the flight after a fit of vomiting — and CDC officials conducted a “cursory” exam before announcing there was no Ebola and turning the corpse over to Port Authority cops to remove, Rep. Peter King said on Thursday.

(Funny but for everyone else it takes days to decide who has Ebola with quarantines and blood tests. How could they know so fast with the dead fellow? Daily Mail link here)

2. This is a very interesting article about Islamic burial rights. 

3. Libya’s government holed up in a 1970s hotel

But three years after the fall of Gaddafi, Libya’s new members of parliament can’t get on with the job. They’re trapped in a grey, concrete hotel in a remote port 1,000km (620 miles) from the capital, Tripoli – fighting a lonely battle, they believe, against the forces of militant Islamism.

4. Daniel Greenfield: The Savage Lands of Islam

Excellent article exposing the ethos of at least one Islamic state. The KSA.

5. Fjordman: When Will Ebolaphobia Become a Hate Crime?

6. Report on Greely explosion published yesterday but actually contains older information than the police published on Sunday the 12th Oct. There is really something odd about this one.

7. British terrorists fighting for ISIS in Iraq and Syria could be tried for ‘high treason’ reveals Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond

8. Pakistani Christian woman is sentenced to hang for ‘blasphemous’ comments about prophet Mohammed during row with Muslim women who refused to share water

While working as a berry picker in 2009, 46-year-old Asia Bibi got into a dispute with a group of Muslim women who objected to her drinking their water because as a Christian she was considered ‘unclean’.

Hours after the incident one of the women reported mother-of-five Ms Bibi to a local cleric, claiming she had made disparaging remarks about the prophet Mohammed during the row.

As a result of the allegations, a furious mob arrived at Ms Bibi’s home and savagely beat her and members of her family.

She was later arrested, charged with blasphemy and eventually sentenced to death – with her entire family forced to go into hiding after receiving threats on their lives.

9. Here is an excellent example of intellectual slight of hand. A public servant is under investigation for a negative comment about a muslim. Observe the reaction:
“If he feels this way about Muslims, I would like to know how he feels about blacks? Jews? Gays? Hispanics?” the woman said.  “And how has this affected his job performance? Does Teller County condone this behavior and if not, how has he risen to this position?”

To think that because he feels negatively about muslims he likely also feels negatively about other groups is truly a logical scam.  It is identical to saying that because someone says something negative about the Democrat party they must therefore feel negatively about the Canadian Liberals or Conservatives and all other political ideologies as well as Chinese people and Laotians. It is an insane leap of logic. I dislike the Nazis. This does not translate into not liking flocks of New Zealand hook bills or Chesapeake Bay Retrievers.

The entire point of intelligence is the ability to discriminate between things which are beneficial and things which are a threat. The entire point of cultural marxism is to destroy that exact ability.
Thank you Don Laird, M., Richard and many people who sent in materials. More to come.
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Ebolslam links 4 Oct 16 – 2014

1. Blind woman thrown out of Tesco in the UK and told never to come back because she had a guide dog.

(To be honest, I am not sure which is more infuriating. The way a muslim store treated a blind woman or the idea that a grocery store has an “equality department’)

2. Families are stopping UK jihadists, says counter terrorism chief

“Dozens” of UK families have contacted police in a bid to stop their relatives travelling to Syria, Scotland Yard’s head of counter-terrorism has said.

Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said officers had been “really heartened” having appealed to families this year.

The terror threat now featured a “new dimension”, he said, amid growing fears over the influence of Islamic State.

Mr Rowley said police were now removing more than 1,000 pieces of extremist material from the internet every week.

3. Sierra Leone Residents Clash With Police Over Removal of Ebola Victim Bodies

4. Terror-related crime ‘stretches police’ – Scotland Yard

(I have a suggestion to fix that problem. Scotland Yard should refuse to deal with terrorism and related activities as it is not a criminal justice problem but a political-military one. Scotland yard can then probably clean up all actual crime in the UK with available resources!)

Police are being “stretched” by an “exceptionally high” number of inquiries into Islamist-related extremism, Scotland Yard has said.

Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley also said “dozens” of UK families had sought police help in stopping relatives travelling to Syria.

He spoke of a “step-change” in counter-terrorism as foreign conflicts such as the one in Syria attract UK nationals.

Mr Rowley said the challenge for police would “run for years”.

There have been 218 terrorism-related arrests in the UK this year, with 16 people charged with alleged extremist activity in Syria.

5. CDC lies about the 2nd health care worker who contracted Ebola claiming she should not have gotten on the airplane, then it emerges that the nurse called the CDC and they specifically told her it would be OK to board the plane.

6. Terror arrests: Footage emerges of London raid, as four held

(Video at BBC)

7. The massive explosion in Greely Ont. a suburb of Ottawa Canada has fallen down the media black hole. There has not been a single new report about it now this week. The last thing was Sunday when police said it was deliberately caused, well actually they started referring to it as a ‘fire’ even though the explosion could be heard 25 kilometers away! (About 15 miles) The police also said it was not a grow up or a meth lab. But its been radio silence ever since.

8. Brian Lilley busts some students demonstrating their astonishing racism by their opinion that no non-Western person is sufficiently capable of agency and therefore, Western civilization is ultimately responsible for the Islamic State.

Thank you UK Pete, Wrath of Khan, M., GoV., and more.

 

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Islambola: Links post 3 for Oct. 16 – 2014

1. Muhammad and Islam’s Sex Slaves

Once again, Islamic State Muslims are pointing to Islam in order to justify what the civilized world counts as atrocities.

According to an October 13 report in the Telegraph,

Islamic State jihadists have given detailed theological reasons justifying why they have taken thousands of women from the Iraqi Yazidi minority and sold them into sex slavery.

A new article in the Islamic State English-language online magazine Dabiq not only admits the practice but justifies it according to the theological rulings of early Islam.

“After capture, the Yazidi women and children were then divided according to the Sharia amongst the fighters of the Islamic State who participated,” the article says.

2. This is the same CDC we are counting on to keep us safe from Ebola, isn’t it?

3. Lend me your ears Episode 4 with the hostage being marionetted for your viewing terror:

4. Pakistan court upholds Asia Bibi death sentence
Asia Bibi pic

A Pakistani court has upheld the death penalty for a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy in 2010.

Asia Bibi was found guilty of making derogatory comments about the Prophet Muhammad during an argument with a Muslim woman.

5. Ben Shapiro does an analysis on how many muslims are radical as a response to the Bill Mahar-Ben Afleck TV clip that went so viral.

6. London terror suspect recording: ‘Terrorist’ is a great word to describe me

 

7. National Post: Iranian embassy had direct role in funding controversial cultural centre in Ottawa, legal battle over assets reveals

“The embassy was obviously involved with the cultural centre,” Jamal El-Husseini wrote in the affidavit obtained by the National Post. “The centre also operated a Farsi school for children. The teachers at the Farsi school were paid by the embassy, and the embassy sometimes paid other expenses on behalf of the Mobin Foundation.”

But while its website said its mission was to “provide training and education of Iran’s art and artifacts” as well as its “culture and traditions,” the centre also hosted events that promoted the Islamic revolution that brought theocratic rule to Iran.

The confirmation of the regime’s direct role in bankrolling the cultural centre is also noteworthy because of the embassy’s stated intention to recruit Canadians to serve Iran’s interests under the guise of cultural outreach programs.

8. ‘Hundreds’ of ISIS Terrorists Killed as Kurds Take Back Kobane

Kurdish YPG fighters (file)
Kurdish YPG fighters (file)

Kurdish fighters in the embattled city of Kobane, along the Syrian-Turkish border, say they have succeeded in pushing out Islamic State forces from most of the city.

Intensified US airstrikes are said to have played a decisive role in enabling Kurds to mount a counterattack after holding out against the odds for over a month against numerically-superior and better armed ISIS terrorists. [...] “Maybe in the few past days [Islamic State] was controlling about 40% of the city of Kobane, but now… less than 20% of the city is under control of [ISIS],” Idriss Nassan said.

9. Here is a speech by Kent Ekeroth of the Swedish SD party in Parliament. This speech was given one year ago today but we just had it sent to us translated now. It should probably make you angry. Please check Gates of Vienna for an explanation of some of the more nuanced aspects of this speech. Their post should be ready soon.

Thank you Shabnam, M., Richard, Yucki, GoV and many many more. Enjoy.

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To understand Islam, reverse anything decent or that works: Link post 2 for Oct. 16 – 2014

1. Daily Mail: ‘We will chop off the heads of whoever you bring': British ISIS fighter dares west to send ground troops in new video rant – despite fanatics being pushed back in Kobane

2. The first minute of this video is amazing before the military spokesman catches his footing and remembers to repeat the mantra.

3.National Post:  ISIS supporter hacks website of University of New Brunswick Student Union

(Odd as I would have expected any student union to support the Islamic State)

4. Obama May Send National Guard to Liberia to Fight Ebola: Sources

President Barack Obama is expected to issue an executive order Thursday paving the way for the deployment of National Guard forces to Liberia to help contain the Ebola outbreak there, sources told NBC News.

The sources said that eight engineers and logistical specialists from the Guard, both active-duty and reservists, would probably be included in the first deployment. They are expected to help build 17 Ebola treatment centers, with 100 beds apiece. The sources said that no decision had been made.

5. Kelly file on the US acceptance and endorsement of an obscene handbook on terrorism produced by Canadian muslim groups on behalf of the RCMP, who subsequently rejected the document wholesale. Kelly’s guest is Andrew McCarthy

6. Second Strain of Ebola Identified in The Congo: Mortality Rate at 71 Percent

The world may be facing two deadly Ebola outbreaks, now a new strain of the virus has been discovered in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which so far has killed 71 percent of those infected.

The virus in the DRC, which is nearly 2,300 miles away from the most eastern extent of the much larger West-African outbreak has been studied by a joint French-Canadian team of virologists for the World Health Organisation who confirmed that it was distinct, sharing only 96.8 percent of genetic material: “The complete genome sequence of the virus responsible… confirms that it is a virus Ebola species but it shows that the Congolese strain is different from Africa West”.

7. Priest, air passenger among six hospitalized in Spain for Ebola tests

(Reuters) – Spanish authorities reported four new patients with suspected Ebola symptoms on Thursday, including a feverish passenger who started shaking on an Air France flight to Madrid and a Spanish priest who had recently been in Liberia.

Three of the cases were in the capital and the fourth in the Canary Islands, where a health source said two other people were admitted to hospital for precautionary monitoring.

8. Epidemiologist: Nothing can slow Ebola

 

Thank you Richard, M., Buck, UK Pete, and all. More to come soon.

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Ebolam. Two great threats in one! Links post 1 for Oct. 16 – 2014

1. UK: More than 35 women report being raped every DAY… up 36% in just 12 months to hit record high

The number of rapes in Britain hit a record high last year – with more than 35 women attacked every day according to official figures.

An extra 4,000 women were raped in the year to June than in the previous 12 months – a shock 36 per cent increase in a year – police recorded crime figures revealed.

Overall, 13,455 women reported being raped in 2013/14 – the highest in 10 years of recording the crime. Attacks on men, girls and boys also soared – with the number of rapes almost twice as high as a decade ago.

2. Germany: Holy War Erupts in Hamburg

“We are living in Hamburgistan.” — Daniel Abdin, imam of Hamburg’s Al-Nour Mosque.

One politician has been repeatedly threatened with beheading as the price to pay for leading a fundraising campaign to provide food and water for Kurds in northern Iraq.

“As a society we must ask ourselves: how can it be that people who live in Germany and… born and raised here, are supporters of a brutal, inhuman and fundamentalist group such as the IS and attack peaceful protestors with knives, sticks and machetes. Here in Germany, the IS threatens to become a refuge for frustrated young people….” Claudia Roth, Vice-President, German Parliament.

“Under no circumstances should [politicians who receive death threats] give in and change their stance, otherwise the extremists will have achieved their objectives.” — Wolfgang Bosbach, CDU official.

3. The Islamic State, and indeed Islam itself, produces two things. Suffering and videos. In this video, Islamic state mass murderers sing praise to their god after a hard day of killing his creation. The last few seconds I believe are a threat to Israel as the Islamic word for Jerusalem is Al Aqsa.

4. Meagan Kelly questions the honesty of the head of the CDC.

To be perfectly honest, now that I have seen what Obama did to NASA, the IRS, and how he has politicized any major government department he could, and that the head of the CDC is also an Obama appointee, it does not seem paranoid to suspect that he is deceiving the public for political reasons like the rest of them are. I believe, as one example, that Ebola does not have to hit a mucous membrane to infect you. The virus only has to get on your skin. I have this from a health care professional who was recently briefed on this. But it appears not to be public information. Any additional on this would be a public service, whether it corroborates this or proves it wrong.

5. Attacks in Baghdad kill at least 50 people

(Can someone explain to me how this is not the Islamic State attacking Baghdad?)

BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants unleashed a wave of attacks in Iraq on Thursday, mainly targeting Shiite areas in and around the capital of Baghdad, killing at least 50 people and wounding dozens, authorities said.

The Islamic State group has overrun vast areas in western and northern Iraq as well as parts of neighboring Syria, and has vowed to destabilize and eventually take over Baghdad.

It claimed responsibility for the day’s deadliest strike. In that attack, two parked car bombs exploded simultaneously in a commercial area in the northern Dolaie neighborhood, killing 14 civilians and wounding 34 others, a police officer said.

Residents angered by the failure of government forces to protect the neighborhood threw stones at police checkpoints and police cars that arrived to respond to the blasts. That prompted police to withdraw from the area.

 

Thank you Buck, M., Richard, Maria J. (Yesterday) and lots more. This is just post 1. More to come. The news is so fast and so ugly that keeping up with even the worst of it will cause carpel tunnel.

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Islamic State makes video threatening France, asks muslims to make attacks

Youtube is taking copies of this down as fast as they can find them. there is no gore in it but I suppose the strategy is to not allow their platform to be used by monsters to threaten modern liberal nation states. However people need to understand the nature of the threat, so we need to make sure they are available somewhere.

Thanks to all who found, transcribed and translated this video for subtitles.


Islamic State makes a video threatening France by vlad43

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Leftism, Islam and antisemitism. All the pieces fall together: Links 3 for Oct. 15 – 2015

1. UK Special Envoy to Yemen Alan Duncan Claims US Controlled by Jewish Bankers

2. My father was a Hamas leader. I was an Israeli spy

Channel4 documentary

3. The New Jihadi Plan to Capture Baghdad

4. CNN: Al Qaeda resurgent in Yemen amid political turmoil

CNN) — The latest “Worldwide Caution” issued by the U.S. State Department last week made for grim reading, telling of “an increased likelihood of reprisal attacks against U.S., Western and coalition partner interests throughout the world, especially in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Asia.”

5. Police chief warns of more Rotherham-style abuse cases
Generic shot of a girl leaning against a wallNorfolk’s police chief says there could be tens of thousands of UK child victims each year

More child sexual exploitation scandals like the one that happened in Rotherham will be uncovered in the coming months, a police chief has said.

Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey told the Guardian that child sex crimes had “for too long been hidden”.

He also said teachers and doctors should do more to spot signs of abuse.

At least 1,400 children were sexually exploited in Rotherham from 1997 to 2013, mainly by gangs of men of Pakistani heritage.

6. Newest Islamic State Threat Video. (Better watch it fast YT is out to delete!)

Thank you Wrath of Khan, UK Pete, M., and all. I am quite certain there is more to come.

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Islam: the ‘dark matter’ of the ethical universe. Links post 2 for Oct. 15 – 2014

1. The Savage Lands of Islam

The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia ruled that ten year old girls can be married off, because in his words, “Good upbringing makes a girl ready to perform all marital duties at that age.”

The Grand Mufti

The Mufti, who also called for destroying churches in the Arabian Peninsula, is descended from Mohammed Wahhab who gave birth to Wahhabism and whose descendants have controlled the Saudi religious establishment, and through it Islam around the world.

2. IS group has made ‘substantial gains’ in Iraq: US

It was clear the IS group “has made substantial gains in Iraq” and that it would take time to build up local forces that could defeat them in Syria and Iraq, John Allen, a retired four-star US general, told reporters.

Although Iraqi government and Kurdish forces had succeeded in halting or pushing back the IS militants in some key battles including around Mosul dam, the group had “tactical momentum” in other areas, Allen said.

He acknowledged the United States and its allies were concerned with the situation in Iraq, where IS extremists had seized much of the western Anbar province.

3. Netherlands says OK for biker gangs to fight Islamic State

The Hague (AFP) – The Dutch public prosecutor said on Tuesday that motorbike gang members who have reportedly joined Kurds battling the Islamic State group in Iraq are not necessarily committing any crime.

“Joining a foreign armed force was previously punishable, now it’s no longer forbidden,” public prosecutor spokesman Wim de Bruin told AFP.

4. Police to Restrict Muslim Entry to Temple Mount

(An interesting turn around)

The Israel Police will restrict the entry of Muslim worshipers to the Temple Mount on Wednesday, due to intelligence information that was received about plans by Arabs to riot at the compound, as they have done several times already in recent days.

5. New charges against Benghazi raid ‘ringleader’

A grand jury has brought new charges against the suspected ringleader of the September 2012 raid on a US diplomatic post in the Libyan city of Benghazi.

Ahmed Abu Khattala, 43, faces 17 new charges, some of which may be punishable by death if convicted.

The new charges include four counts of killing a person in the course of an attack on a federal facility.

6. National Union of Students refuses to condemn ISIS due to fears it would be ‘Islamophobic’ 

(At least the objectors are linking the Islamic State with Islam. That makes them more honest then most, although chances are its more likely they  are just unintelligent)

7. Cellar slave girl: Salford couple must pay victim £100,000

8. Another man in the UK likely to be jailed for sharing an opinion not in keeping with the official narrative.

9. HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM: Houston’s Lesbian Mayor Demands Pastors Turn Over Sermons

(So I guess this means the 1st amendment is now officially dead. I also notice no such demand seems to have been made of mosques)

The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.

“The city’s subpoena of sermons and other pastoral communications is both needless and unprecedented,” Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Christina Holcomb said in a statement. “The city council and its attorneys are engaging in an inquisition designed to stifle any critique of its actions.”

(I believe this issue is much more serious than even its victims say it is. This is not just a breach of 1st amendment rights but in the most important way, and clearly is being selectively enforced against Christianity because they feel homosexuality is not equal to heterosexuality while ignoring Islam which kills gay people in groups)

Thank you Dan F., M., UK Pete, and all. More to come.

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Down the memory hole. The explosion in Greely called a fire, and no new info for days

I find it passing strange that all my google searches show zero new information on the massive explosion that took place in Greely Ontario with a blast so loud that a neighbor thought an aircraft had smashed into their roof and it could be heard as much as 25 Kms away. The police have started insisting it be referred to as ‘A fire’ instead of an explosion, which it so clearly was and have given no new information since they said it was not a grow up (Some new strain of exploding marijuana I guess if it was) or a meth lab and it was deliberately set. It is now Wednesday afternoon and nothing new on it at all. Do we even have a news service since 911 2001?

If anyone does see anything new, please paste it in the comments. Thank you.

 

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Islam continues to amaze: Links 1 for Oct. 15 – 2014

1. Saudi Arabia: Shi’ite Pro-Democracy Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr to be Beheaded and Crucified

Saudi Arabia has sentenced to death a Shi’ite Muslim cleric who was at the forefront of the country’s pro-democracy protests in 2011 in a move that will likely rekindle sectarian divide in the Middle East, sending shockwaves through the Shi’ite community.

Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, who was detained in 2012 after backing mass pro-democracy protests in the Qatif district of eastern Saudi Arabia, is a champion for greater rights for Saudi minorities, including the country’s disenfranchised Shi’ite minority. He was shot in the leg four times upon arrest by police, causing several days of protests in the Saudi kingdom in which three unarmed protesters were killed by Saudi forces.

2. FOX story on the clashes between Islamic State supporters and opponents in Constantinople

3. NYT: Ebola Test Is Positive in Second Texas Health Worker

DALLAS — Three days after a nurse who treated a Liberian man with Ebola was found to have the virus, a second worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for the disease, state and federal health officials said Wednesday.

The hospital worker, a woman who has not been identified, was part of the medical team that cared for the Ebola victim, Thomas Eric Duncan, after he was admitted to the hospital late last month and put in isolation. The worker reported a fever on Tuesday and was immediately isolated at the hospital.

4. BBC: Syrian ‘rebels’ warn of backlash over US airstrikes

5. The Halal Racket: Lots of Moolah for the Mullahs….

We’re at war with the Islamic State & no one knows where halal fees go writes .

 Islam is at war with us, not the other way around. And  the halal fees go straight into the jihad.  (sheik yer’mami)

We’re at war with the Islamic State & no one knows where halal fees goThe global halal market is set to reach $10 trillion by 2030. That’s a lot of moolah for the mullahs.

And every item of food certified halal has to be checked by an Islamic checker. And it doesn’t stop there. Everything else about the food must be compliant too. The feed. The transportation. Even the packaging. The list goes on.

Forms for halal certification in Australia go into great detail. For instance, processed food suppliers need to give a list of every product and ingredient used. And they also need to give details of the number of employees. Plus the company’s annual turnover figures.

What’s that got to do with the price of a kebab in Mecca?

A lot.

6. Gates of Vienna post of Qatar terror enabling awareness campaign 

Additional material here

Thank you Oz-Rita, M., Richard, Don L., and many more who sent in material. More to come.

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The difference between a statement and an argument.

First, a statement. Typically, it is when a person makes an assertion about something where the truth of the assertion is implied in the seriousness with which that statement is made. An example might be,

‘The moon is made of roasted turnips. In fact, those who say that the moon is not made of roasted turnips is an enemy of the moon’.

An even better example of a statement is here, in this official US government document about the Islamic State. (Please note paragraph 3)

ISIL does not represent Islam and Islam does not condone or honor such depravity. In fact, these actions are a reminder that ISIL is an enemy of Islam. The international community and religious leaders of all faiths have strongly and repeatedly condemned ISIL’s horrific acts; we urge them to reiterate their commitment by condemning in the strongest possible terms the commodification of women and children as spoils of war, including through their subjection to horrific physical and sexual violence, intimidation, and deprivation of liberty.

A statement does not even do one the courtesy of what I think of as a kind of ‘logical reach around’ of a tautology. For example a napkin that says:

“This Napkin is god. I know this is true because it says so right here on this napkin”

With the above tautology, the statement is self referential and made correct almost exactly like the koran does, by twigging back to the initial statement as authoritative and true.

The government statements, both by the UK and US, typically do not even attempt that bit of logical contortion and content themselves that the mere statement. “This napkin is god”  is enough for them.

Now an argument:

Basically an argument is where an assertion is explained by way of evidence laid out in accordance with the rules of logic.

“A tree is a type of plant. A plant has all these defining attributes, each one of which trees share, and trees have no other attributes that would differentiate them from the broader category of plants, and therefore, a tree is a kind of plant”

This would be an argument which can be detailed and verified, studied and most importantly, can be falsified. If an argument cannot be falsified, it is not an argument at all. It is likely a statement or a tautology.

There have now been many arguments made which refute the statements of the US and UK governments concerning the Islamic State and the nature of Islam. My favorite ones are made by the Islamic State themselves as they clearly cite Islamic scripture in context and Islamic history etc. with each action they make.

I will post below the video we made with Robert Spencer, Bill Warner, Geert Wilders, Christian Zeitz and others which make an actual falsifiable argument on the nature of the Islamic State and its relationship to Islam.

(Many regular readers will have seen this video before. We first published it September 10 2014)

The US Government must know that their assertions are false and therefore are likely part of a larger strategy. Whatever it is, it isn’t working in the interests of the peoples of the Western World and we should be fighting it with truth at every possible opportunity, even if it is meant to be helpful. One seldom solves a problem by lying about it as a long term solution. In fact when people discover that authorities are lying to them, it often drives them to harsh and violent reactions. Especially when the deceptions come from trusted authorities.

I wonder if this could have something to do with the number of young cultural Muslims who, upon learning that all the leaders of the free world are utterly lying to them about the nature of Islam, its history, its scripture and so on, become so angry at the lies that it pushes them into religiosity. Imagine if you were a teenaged male and the government had been making loud and unsupported statements about your heritage, and upon even a cursory glance to verify the truth of it, discovered you were being lied to in every conceivable aspect of it. By both the government, and the ‘official state sponsored clergy’.

Would that make you mad? It would make me furious. Frankly I would argue that government lies about the nature of Islam are far more likely to ‘radicalize’ (make a more or less indifferent person religious) than people opposing the genuine nature of Islam. At least we in the counter jihad, even the harshest critics and koran burners such as Rev. Jones, have enough respect for Islam to actually say what it is.

 

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A worthy rant/analysis by Ezra Levant on Iraq and Palestine

No one has caught on to the renewed use of captured children as weapons of war. I hope they notice soon.

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Islam. Instituting horror since the 7th century. Links post 4 for Oct. 14 – 214

1. Blair calls for global lessons in religious respect

Tony Blair wants a global drive to tackle the roots of extremism by making education systems in all countries teach respect for other religions.

He says it is “foolish” to spend billions on a military fight against Islamic extremism, while leaving religious intolerance “undisturbed”.

As a matter of “urgent global importance”, he wants schools to teach “the virtue of religious respect”.

(Tony Blair shows us an excellent example of how moral, cultural and religious relativism is a dress rehearsal for group suicide)

2. Turkish jets bomb Kurdish PKK rebels near Iraq

Turkish F-16 and F-4 warplanes have bombed Kurdish PKK rebel targets near the Iraqi border, as their ceasefire comes under increasing strain.

The air strikes on Daglica were in response to PKK shelling of a military outpost, the armed forces said.

Both sides have been observing a truce and it is the first major air raid on the PKK since March 2013.

(I cannot see how this NATO partner bombing the one group who is actually fighting the Islamic State can possibly be a good thing)

3. A bit more information on the apartment where the unnamed man was playing around with radiologicals. 

4. Child abuse policy at school run by Muslim hardliner was based on sharia:  Islamic scholars were to be consulted in welfare cases

A school run by a Muslim hardliner was citing sharia in its child protection policies, it emerged yesterday.

Ofsted inspectors found that Al-Aqsa school in Leicester operated on the basis that ‘Ulama’ – Islamic scholars – should be consulted in child abuse and welfare cases, as well as ‘relevant outside agencies’.

The school – founded by Ibrahim Hewitt, an Islamist fundamentalist who says homosexuals should be lashed – declared ‘sharia and the law of the land will be the prime arbiters in child protection concerns’.

This raised the prospect of a different level of protection for Muslim children, said critics.

5. German deputy speaker: NATO must stop Turkey support for ISIS

(This answers a few questions)

Claudia Roth: ‘Germany must help the peace process to continue in Turkey.’
Claudia Roth: ‘Germany must help the peace process to continue in Turkey.’

BERLIN, Germany – NATO must force Turkey to stop its undeclared support of the Islamic State (ISIS) and shift its policy toward the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), the deputy speaker of the German parliament said.

Claudia Roth said in an interview with Rudaw that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is pursuing a “murky” policy in Syria because it wants the Kurds weakened and their fighters “annihilated.”

6. Here is the link to the interview with the retired Air Force General again. I know I posted it yesterday but frankly, the gravitas of this man coupled with the stunning message  he has deserves at least a second posting.

7. Here is the link to tonight’s Blogtalk radio program with Don Laird, Bill Warner and The Baron from Gates of Vienna

8. A New York Times link showing Chemical Weapons use in Iraq dating back a ways.

The specialist swabbed the shell with chemical detection paper. It turned red — indicating sulfur mustard, the chemical warfare agent designed to burn a victim’s airway, skin and eyes.

All three men recall an awkward pause. Then Sergeant Duling gave an order: “Get the hell out.”

Five years after President George W. Bush sent troops into Iraq, these soldiers had entered an expansive but largely secret chapter of America’s long and bitter involvement in Iraq.

Thank you Don Laird, M., UK Pete, Yucki, Richard, Wrath of Khan, and a long list of people who sent in material. It has been a hell of a day.

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Pat Condell: Sweden is an example to the rest of us.

Here is the newest Pat Condell Video.

Below are two videos on immigration and the Swedish economy which I think go well with this Condell Video. I posted both videos earlier today as well, so if you have seen them, no need to again. But if you have not, then this is a great context to see them for the first time.

Sweden is asked to open its hearts to countless muslim immigrants:

Sweden is borrowing millions by the hour.

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Oye Como Va: Links post 3 for Oct. 14 – 2014

Tonight at 8:30 ET our weekly one hour show is on. The plan is to have a very special guest well worth joining the show live so you can call in with questions or post questions in the chat room for him. So far it looks good that he can make it so I hope some of you can as well. Please tune in to this link at 8:30 Eastern tonight. Thats about 3 hours from now.

1. US Citizen Killed in Riyadh: Americans ‘Were Defence Contractors for Vinnell Arabia’

One US citizen was shot dead while another was “moderately” wounded after their car, a Chevrolet Tahoe, was attacked by two unknown gunmen. One of the assailants, who was arrested after he was injured in a shootout with the police, was reported to be a Saudi man in his mid 20s, born in the US.

2. Terror trial: Suspect ‘had Tony Blair’s address’

A terror suspect was considering an indiscriminate Mumbai-style attack and had an address for Tony Blair and his wife, Cherie, the Old Bailey has heard.

Erol Incedal plotted to attack a “significant individual” or killings similar to the 2008 Mumbai attacks, which left 174 dead, prosecutors said.

3. Islamic State threat video.

(I haven’t had time to watch it all yet but I will. These guys produce more video than Pixar though and its hard to keep up)

4. Major explosion in what I think is Kobani

5. US airstrikes assist Kurdish fighters in Kobani to remove a single Islamic State Flag.

(That must make the Kurds feel much better now that their streets are littered with severed Kurdish heads. Typically air attacks like this are over 1000 strikes a day. Not 30. If you have not yet heard this interview with a retired US Air Force General, please listen to it right now)

6. Police release Youtube video of battles at Al Aqsa mosque

Police combat Arab rioters who shot and threw rocks from within the Al Aqsa mosque Monday morning,.
Photo Credit: Screenshot: Official Police YouTube

Police released a video on Monday of officers removing barricades Arabs had placed at the open doors of the Al Aqsa mosque that were placed so rioters could shoot and throw rocks at officers and Jews Monday morning.

The large police force surprised the rioters by showing up shortly after 6 a.m. and removing the barricades under fire until they were able to shut the green doors to the mosque and lock the Arab “worshippers” inside.

The YouTube concludes by showing a group of Jews walking on the Temple Mount, without the usual presence of an Arab riot
Thank you Don L. Richard, M., UK Pete,

7. Vice News: Kurds helpless as Islamic State takes the city of Kobani

PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO

Thank you UK Pete, M., Don Laird, Richard and host of wonderful people who care enough to look for important information and share it in the greater context of the counter-jihad. Events leap past our predictions and the horror is greater than we dare predicted some short months or a few years ago for fear of being called crazy or hate-mongerers. Yet here it is. Now what?

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