Links and news for July 9 2013 – 4

1. Qatar strips Karadawi of citizenship, throws him out of the country. (It seems pretty much everyone has had it with the ‘Brotherhood’ these days.

2. The trial and conviction of 69 muslim Brotherhood members in the UAE exposed vast terror and financial networks in England and Ireland especially central. (Looking forward to those court documents sooner or later)

3. Nicolai Sennels: Direct democracy is our only chance to protect Western freedom and culture

4. Educating Daniel Pipes On Islamic Antisemitism. Andrew Bostom

5. Nigeria jails ‘Boko Haram’ militants for life. And I am hoping that this would be about 6 weeks. At least that is how long I would imagine life to be in a Nigerian jail if one was arrested as an armed opponent of the regime.

6. Pro Morsi supporters have built a ramshackle tent city around a Cairo Mosque and are claiming they are going to stay there till Morsi is reinstated. I would personally like to name that city, MOAB.

7. Muslim Brotherhood creates new logo. (actually they really did but this is my version)

New MB logo.psd.Still001

 

About Eeyore

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

7 Replies to “Links and news for July 9 2013 – 4”

  1. I really, really, really hate Khaled Meshaal and am absolutely elated to hear that he has been kicked out of Qatar. The way that evil bastard just uses the Arabs of “Palestine” to his own purposes without even having the decency to live in Gaza and fight alongside them. May an Israelis sniper find him soon, and may the wound be messy but fatal…

  2. Love your poster, Eeyore. Rub it in until it stings. I think the Muslim Brotherhood is on the run and it’s starting to look as if they have more enemies than it would appear at first glance. The only person who seems to like them is Barack Hussein Obama, oh yeah, and Hillary Hussein Clinton… 🙂

  3. Switzerland, the happiest and richest country in the world, has referendums on both national, regional and municipal issues – three to four times a year. Here the citizens are invited to vote on everything from public debt, to immigration, Islamization and EU treaties.

    The Swiss are not invited to vote by the government. It is the other way round. The Swiss people have total power whether to call for a referendum or not, on any issue.

    Direct democracy of the Swiss variety gives all the power to Swiss citizens. ALL OF IT, ON ALL ISSUES – parish local, cantonal, federal or foreign.

    All policies, big or small, can be subject to a referendum. The decision to hold one also rests with the Swiss. Any change in taxes by the government, must be submitted to the people. No Ifs, no Buts.

    Taxes raised for a specific reason have to be spent for that reason. For instance, road taxes have to be spent in transport related issues. Politicians do not have the freedom to play funny games with our money for pet projects or give it away, then complain that essential tasks could not be done due to lack of money, therefore taxes have to be raised.

    Moreover, referenda can be held from the local parish level, to the cantonal level or federal level. For instance, a few decades back, a parish where the vast majority of the people were farmers, decided by way of a referendum, to abolish death duties and inheritance tax. Thats its. Done.

    One of the interesting fallouts of Direct democracy is that the Swiss vote heavily in referenda, but hardly bother to turn out when electing parties for parliament. This has been shown in poll after poll. When one thinks about it, it is obvious why. All policies are in the hands of the people. Politicians are merely decoration, they do what they have been told to do by law – in reality, it is the civil service that implements the law as defined by the people, period. Elected politicians are there to monitor the civil service to make sure that they are doing what the people voted for – they are the watchdogs of the people.

    The Swiss have all and final say in all matters of Swiss policy. And just to rub it in that the Swiss people are supreme, the Swiss decided long ago that each sane male is legally obliged to keep a fully automatic assault rifle at home to defend the Swiss way of life, just in case a government gets ideas. Such a system makes the citizen a responsible individual, willing and able to defend his way of life, as well as making sure that the government does not disarm the people, then rule over them by having a monopoly of force.

  4. Correction

    Switzerland, the happiest and richest country in the world, has referendums on both national, regional and municipal issues – three to four times a year. Here the citizens are invited to vote on everything from public debt, to immigration, Islamization and EU treaties.

    The above is a direct quote from the linked essay.

  5. #7 They can keep dreaming but it ain’t gonna happen, there are a lot of signs that the ordinary people in both nations are waking up. When they do the world will tremble with fear.

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