Links and News for June 29 2013

1. Australia fears many citizens fight alongside officially designated terrorist group in Syria

2. RCMP make up excuses to justify stealing peoples property during a natural disaster. (And this is why you must not allow the state to make laws that encroach on basic freedoms cause they sound reasonable at the time. They will turn into what you see here.)

3. Buddhist temple destroyed by muslims in Sept. 2012 Bangladesh. Yes, it’s older but this is the first time this video has been made available ever to the public and translated for clarity.

4. American student killed in Egypt.

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt – An American college student stabbed to death during a protest in Egypt was in the country teaching English to children and improving his Arabic, according to a Facebook post on Saturday that appeared to be from his family.

4b. Here are some of the Jewish student’s views not too long before his murder in Egypt:

Earlier last month, the King approved the release of 90 Islamist and Sahrawi political prisoners. This seems to be a good start, though it is important to keep in mind that over 100 political prisoners still remain behind bars.

H/T Andrew Bostom

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

4 Replies to “Links and News for June 29 2013”

  1. There seems to be an increase in the number of MSM articles on the Buddhist – Muslim conflict in Burma with of course extremely anti-Buddhist angle. I wonder why?

  2. It is no business of the police how you store your guns, what they did was grant theft that they will never be punished for.

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