Links and news for June 26 – 2

1. My Life as a Public Enemy -Fjordman

[…] However, the reactions were a very mixed bag, sometimes bordering on the hysterical. Fritt Ord has previously supported the publishing of books by Communists who supported the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, yet in my all but unique case, the chair of their board, the former Supreme Court Justice Georg Fredrik Rieber-Mohn, found it necessary to distance himself from me in public while at the same time giving me a grant


2. BBC is less respected than Maltesers, Oxo and Tampax after ‘most humiliating year in its history’ (wasn’t it Lincoln who said something about “…can’t fool all of the people all of time”?)

3. Obama Sends U.S. Troops to Prop Up Morsi.

The so-called “peacekeeping mission” on which the U.S. troops will serve is expected to last nine months. It follows six months of training by troops at both Fort Hood, Texas and Fort Irwin, California. That training reportedly included crowd control measures as well as Molotov cocktail attack response.

4. England appears to be making the same empty threats as France when it comes to stopping state benefits to immigrants who for the large part range from full stop drains to the system to enemies of the state. Of course they will never stop those benefits because they know what will happen, and Fjordman is widely demonized for saying it out loud. (H/T EDL Buck)

5. Muslim white-child-slavery organized operations appear to be in force in every Islamic community in the UK. (Which means probably in every islamic community in the Western world) This is Oxford.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Links and news for June 26 – 2”

  1. the government and it’s morally bankrupt mouthpiece, the bBC are now enemies of the people, democracy and truth.

  2. At least 20 Syrians injured in Beirut bus stabbing attack

    At least 20 Syrians were injured in an assault on Wednesday when their bus was attacked by a group of people in Beirut, the state-run National News Agency (NNA) reported.

    “Three cars with tinted windows intercepted a minibus carrying 25 Syrians in the Jisr al-Wati neighborhood. Eight men attacked the passengers with knives, injuring 20 of them,” a police source told AFP.

    The NNA said that the vehicle was en route to a studio where its passengers were to be recording folklore songs when the group of men attacked the bus.

    The Lebanese authorities arrived to the scene of the attack and an investigation into the incident is underway.

    There was blood on the seats of the vehicle and on discarded t-shirts inside the bus and on the street, an AFP photographer said.

    Lebanon’s political scene has been divided by the crisis in neighboring Syria between the Sunni-led March 14 alliance, which supports the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad, and the Shiite Hezbollah group and its allies, which back the Damascus regime.

    According to the United Nations, more than 90,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in Syria since the outbreak of the uprising in March 2011.

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