Links and news for July 21 2013 – 1

1. Why is Joshua Chellew less important than Trayvon Martin?

2. Daily Mail forgets to use code word, ‘youths’ and tells the salient truth. (Could this be the start of a trend? Truth telling in media?)

3. Yet another wife Killing in Tardonto Canada.

4. In India, murders of non-Muslim political candidates continues apace.

5. Another post from GoV on the correspondence between an elitist counter-jihad publication, and ones they view as Untermenschen. Like GoV for example. Of course, I am actually beneath mentioning so this allows me to link to them as often as I want. But this does illustrate a part of the problem with England I feel. That the class structure is so entrenched that two groups of people can have identical views, identical reasoning and similar methods and levels of presentation of that problem, yet the elitists, such as we see at Standpoint Magazine, will continue to make a peacock like, public display of their contempt for the lower classes, perhaps especially as they hold the same view, how alarming, and perhaps even more so, because we were years and years ahead of the curve on this elephant in the room.

6. For the muslim doctor files: 

New Egyptian intelligence confirms that Dr. Ramzi Mawafi—better known as the late terrorist Osama bin Laden’s physician—is the leader of the so-called “Free Egyptian Army” that consists primarily of Islamic terrorists clustered all throughout the Sinai, and who have been responsible for the recent attacks on Egyptian soldiers, police, Christian Copts, and other targets, including the gas pipes, all in response to the ousting of Muhammad Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.

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

9 Replies to “Links and news for July 21 2013 – 1”

  1. US agrees on Aafia Siddiqui’s extradition

    In a major breakthrough, the US has offered Pakistan to sign prisoner swap agreement for the extradition of Dr Aafia Siddiqi, after which the Pakistani scientist will be allowed to serve the remaining part of her imprisonment in homeland.

    Talking to a private TV channel, the spokesperson of the foreign office Umar Hameed also confirmed that the US has offered Pakistan to sign prisoner swap agreement after which both countries will release each others prisoners.

    According to the documents, the US told Pakistan in writing that the only legal way for the extradition of Dr Aafia Siddiqi was to sign prisoner swap agreement with the US. The US offered two deals that include European Convention on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons and Convention on Serving Criminal Sentences Abroad in this regard.

    Meanwhile, it was also revealed that the Interior Ministry had formed a task force following the US offer which held its first session on July 3 to review the agreement.

    The task force was established under the directives of Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, the channel said.
    The Pakistani neuroscientist was sentenced to 86 years in prison after she was convicted of grabbing a US soldier s M-4 assault rifle and trying to shoot a group of FBI agents and soldiers at an Afghan police compound in July 2008, a charge she consistently denied during the trial.

  2. Eeyore

    This is very interesting

    Obama regime has forced all of the Benghazi survivors to sign “non-disclosure agreements”


    Um, yeah, it was reported about 48 hours ago (now outside the window, apparently) that the Obama regime has forced all of the Benghazi survivors to sign “non-disclosure agreements”, which means all of those people were threatened with their jobs, and perhaps more importantly their PENSIONS, and thus they all, to a man, so far, have ROLLED OVER and SOLD OUT.

    THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is why I fear the field grade officers and flag officers in the United States Military. I doubt there is ONE who would call bee-ess and go full bayonet charge if they were so much as threatened with losing their precious, precious pension. “I just have to make it x more years.”

  3. RE: 2. Daily Mail forgets to use code word, ‘youths’ and tells the salient truth. (Could this be the start of a trend? Truth telling in media?)

    I have predicted that there is going to be a major change in the way the RoP is going to be handled in the West, once our troops are out of Afghanistan.

    The Daily Mail could have jumped the gun, or it may just be a slip up.

  4. Dr Aafia Siddiqi

    My first thought was could we trade someone else. But I read her profile. She didn’t kill anyone although she damn well tried. She is a vicious biatch. I am not sure what she can do that other PHDs or medical doctors, or engineers in Al Qaeda or with Muslim government help cannot do anyway. She will take he victory tour. Can;t help that. Best thin is to pull out of Afghanistan and let Iran, Pakistan Russia, China and the Afghans fight it out.

    We owe the doctor in Pakistan. We need to get him out and try to make him as whole as possible.

  5. DP a large number of senior US officers have been forced our of the military over the past 5 years, not all are willing to roll over and play dead.

  6. Richard

    The West has never been content with proportionate response. Its response has always been nation destroying as a first step to destroy the ideology of the enemy. That is te way our forces are configured.

    Before such a response can be justified to the Western public, “Appeasement” is a pre-requisite, or it will never be accepted.

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