Links and news for July 10 2013 – 3

1. At last! Someone uses the most obvious argument to counter a mosque. That it threatens the culture of the host people! Iceland politician asks for Nordic temple to the Gods instead!

A Mosque in Reykjavík Threatens Icelandic Culture


Former mayor of Reykjavík claims a mosque will threaten Iceland’s culture and safety. Ólafur F. Magnússon, who was mayor for little less than 7 months in 2008, is highly pessimistic about plans of a mosque being built in the open space of in the eastern part of Reykjavík, Eyjan reports.

2. British schoolgirl ARRESTED for refusing to study with non-English students

A teenage schoolgirl was arrested by police for racism after refusing to sit with a group of Asian students because some of them did not speak English.

Codie Stott’s family claim she was forced to spend three-and-a-half hours in a police cell after she was reported by her teachers.

3. Some dot connecting on Chem-weapons in Syria, claims about the Obama admin’s use of a false flag with them and more.

4. Flushing the myth of the “Golden age of Spain” down where it belongs. An important post at Gates of Vienna

According to the prestigious Oxford Archaeological Guide, the first two centuries of Arab control at Cordoba has revealed, after exhaustive excavations: (a) The south-western portion of the city wall, which is presumed to date from the ninth century; (b) A small bath-complex, of the 9th/10th century; and (c) A part of the Umayyad (8th/9th century) mosque. This is all that can be discovered from two centuries of the history of a city of supposedly half a million people.

5. Pakistan’s security chief killed by suicide attacker


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

10 Replies to “Links and news for July 10 2013 – 3”

  1. A little trouble in frozen Leftyville (Iceland)…….tee, hee, hee…….

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

  2. #2 The left must be prosecuted for their persecution of the people.

    #5 The Pakistani Security chief died because the ISI played with fire. If it was not killed by the Baluchi independence movement then he was most definitely killed by the monster the ISI helped create.

    The ISI created or helped create Hekmatyar, the Taliban, Al Qaeda, the Kashmiri terrorists, etc.

    If Hekmatyar, the Taliban, Al Qaeda had not been created or nurtured by the ISI, Afghanistan would have had a chance. Pakistan, the U.S. or the U.N. would have been able to get some sort of federal government in Kabul. Woemen would have been able to work.

    Before the scum that make up the Taliban banned women they made up 7% of teachers and 50% of the civil servants and doctors. With a few simple minded decisions the Taliban gutted the Afghanistan economy and the people out on the streets.

    The poverty rate shot up so quickly that Taliban leaders should be charged with genocide of their own people.

  3. 2/ Eventually enough people will be arrested or threatened for this sort of behaviour and all that will happen is that grievances will be driven underground, but people will still say what they think in pubs, amongst friends, in fact anywhere where they think the ‘thought police’ are not listening. A time will come when the simmering pot will boil over. There will be a backlash. Leftism will seem boring, conservative and outdated. The new rebels will be the ones who speak the truth. Muslims will be despised. The Leftist loons will be shunned. Even some of the PC brigade will end up on the wrong end of their own policies and they will jump to the right. Foreigners will be mistrusted.

  4. I feel this urge to share this recipe for self-destruction…

    Malta cancels migrant deportation to Libya
    “Malta has cancelled flights it had booked to return migrants to Libya, after an emergency intervention by the European Court of Human Rights. The government had planned to send back people who had arrived by boat, but said it would abide by the ECHR order. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said more than 400 migrants had arrived in the past week. Malta last week called for assistance from the European Union to help cope with the influx…”

  5. We have seen those “black banner demonstrations” repeatedly (e.g. via Vlad, or on YT, ect.) and it seemed it wasnt about a movement of a handful “self-radicalized” guys and girls at all… Nonetheless, if the establishment somehow is able to derive/deduce the “most worrying threat,” something uncanny has to be going on there.

    Syria chemical weapons ‘most worrying terror threat to UK’ (BBC, July 10, 2013)
    “Al-Qaeda could gain access to Syria’s stockpiles of chemical weapons with “catastrophic” consequences, a parliamentary committee has warned. The Intelligence and Security Committee’s annual report said spy chiefs considered this UK’s “the most worrying emerging terrorist threat”. They also had no doubt that “vast stockpiles” of chemical weapons had been amassed in Syria, the ISC said….”

  6. @ Wrath0fKhan

    The members of the European Court of Human Rights should house all the migrants that they refuse to send back to their home countries in their own homes.

    We can call it a quartering act. Leftists should walk the walk.

  7. Would Al Qaeda use Syria’s WMDs?

    Yes they would Zawahiri was looking to buy nukes from rogue scientists in the old Soviet Union when it Disintegrated in the early 1990s.

    It was in the book “The Looming Tower”

  8. U.S. still plans to send F-16s to Egypt in coming weeks

    The United States still plans to go through with the delivery of four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt in the coming weeks, U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Wednesday, even after the Egyptian military’s ouster of President Mohamed Mursi.

    […]The jets, which will likely be delivered in August and are built by Lockheed Martin Corp, are part of the annual aid package, a U.S. defense official said.

    “There is no current change in the plan to deliver F-16s to the Egyptian military,” a second U.S. official told Reuters on condition of anonymity.

    […]In a sign of how important U.S. aid is to Washington’s ties with Egypt, Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood warned last year before taking power that Egypt might review its peace deal with Israel if the United States cut aid.

    For fiscal year 2013, which ends in September, the United States has already disbursed $650 million in military aid to Egypt. Another $585 million is pending, the first U.S. official said.

    Another eight F-16s are due to be delivered in December, the first U.S. defense official said. The jets are part of a package of 20 F-16s, of which eight have already been delivered.

    […]both sides of Egypt’s divide have become fiercely anti-American. Mursi’s opponents say the Obama administration supported the Brotherhood in power, while Mursi’s supporters believe Washington was behind the plot to unseat him.

    […]State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said she did not know where Mursi was being held but voiced concern about his welfare.

    “The United States has conveyed strongly and clearly to the Egyptian military that the treatment of anyone … who was arbitrarily arrested, whether it’s President Mursi or other members of the Muslim Brotherhood … is important to the United States,” Psaki told reporters.

    VIDEO -Morsi supporters – Cairo – Wednesday night – July 10th 2013

  9. #1 good for him.

    #2 another politically correct persecution. Bob you are right, the pot will boil over into a violent European/American spring.

    #3 Obama will support the MB no matter what they do.

    Red depending on how many rumors you care to believe al Qaeda is suppose to have purchased a couple of nukes from the USSR. However without regular maintenance they would have become useless in a couple of years.

  10. The EU commissariat is driving the Islamisation of Europe. From Barroso to van Rumpoy, from Hitler-helmet Schulz to the pedophile Cohn-Bandit (misspelling intended) they are all hardcore commies who have sold their service to muselmanic masters.

    All of them should face a firing squad or hang from the lanterns of Brussels for aiding and abetting the European genocide.

    As for “A Mosque in Reykjavík Threatens Icelandic Culture”– I sympathize with the guy, but there is no law on the books that prevent mosqueteering on those grounds. That’s why we have guys like Gavin Boby and Mosquebusters to stop this expansion project with existing zoning laws, etc. Its a big problem. With the current ‘freedom of religion’ laws we are cooked.

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