Links and news Aug 11 2013- 2

1. Norwich Man In Court On Abduction Charge

A man has appeared in court this morning on an attempted abduction charge after two young girls were approached in the city this week. A 9 and 10 year old girl (emphasis added) were approached as they played in Lakenham on Tuesday afternoon. 26 year old Nahid Ahmed of Bishy Barnebee Way was in front of magistrates this morning.

2. EDL’s Kev Carrol on US radio:

3. Notice how the BBC can’t do an article on the color of the Pope’s socks without slipping in a reference to sexual abuse by some priests? (What does the last paragraph have to do with this article?)

4. 42 Hezbollah, Iran combatants killed in Damascus 

5. the State Department said. “The terrorists who committed these acts are enemies of Islam and a shared enemy of the United States, Iraq, and the international community.”

(Is it just me or does it seem somewhat alarming that the US government is passing edicts on what is, and what is not an “enemy of Islam”?)

5. This is worth having a look at. An “Islamic Emergency Defense” Org. Despite its best efforts it tips its hand on islamic supremacy here and there. Here is an article on it.

6. Forced marriages: School holidays prompt warning

7. I think anyone in doubt of the EU agenda should be satisfied with this story.

 

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29 Replies to “Links and news Aug 11 2013- 2”

  1. 3. says, “scandals involving Vatican finances and clerical sexual abuse of minors.”

    I remember when you first started your Vlad Tapes site you were nearly as critical with Christianity as with Islam. Though I still notice you quote the idiot that believes something comes from nothing you are not as critical as you once were.

    This in my opinion shows even the most skeptical people of faith understands the only way to fight Islam is with another religion as it is proven successful in Indonesia.

    I am an Agnostic but actually believe George Washington was absolutely correct with his primary point of his farewell address speech on religion. The evidence of that is our deterioration of morality since we moved away from religion.

  2. Let me just point out why myself being an Agnostic believes Religion is the key to the fabric of a moral society.

    I will cut to the chase. It is about brainwashing in a positive way.
    Religion (primarily Christianity) drives home and then drills over and over again the fundamental point of the golden rule. It doesn’t mean everyone will live by it but it is the foundation for which they believe and when they fall down they have a bases too come back

  3. OT but very interesting

    Russia, defender of Christianity

    Two articles, one in French one in English, on Vladimir Putin are a reminder to Americans that we have voluntarily taken the path to cultural deterioration, while Russia is attempting to restore her traditions and foster prosperity. How far the Russians are willing or able to go in this seemingly spontaneous, popularly endorsed and pro-Christian reaction to the dismantlement of the Communist State, is not yet known, but it appears that they want to pick up the pieces of their lives and their civilization right where they left off one hundred years ago.

    Vladimir Putin declared: “Russian society has returned on its own to her roots, to the Christian religion, and to spiritual values, without any pressure from the State or even the Church… It was a natural renaissance of the Russian people.

    http://galliawatch.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/russia-defender-of-christianity.html#links

    Its ironic as well as tragic, that we in the West are going towards socialism and collaboration with Islam.

  4. “Men Have Forgotten God” – The Templeon Address- Aleksander Solzhenitsyn

    More than half a century ago, while I was still a child, I recall hearing a number of older people offer the following explanation for the great disasters that had befallen Russia: Men have forgotten God; that’s why all this has happened.

    Since then I have spent well-nigh fifty years working on the history of our Revolution; in the process I have read hundreds of books, collected hundreds of personal testimonies, and have already contributed eight volumes of my own toward the effort of clearing away the rubble left by that upheaval. But if I were asked today to formulate as concisely as possible the main cause of the ruinous Revolution that swallowed up some sixty million of our people, I could not put it more accurately than to repeat: Men have forgotten God; that’s why all this has happened.

    What is more, the events of the Russian Revolution can only be understood now, at the end of the century, against the background of what has since occurred in the rest of the world. What emerges here is a process of universal significance. And if I were called upon to identify briefly the principal trait of the entire twentieth century, here too, I would be unable to find anything more precise and pithy than to repeat once again: Men have forgotten God.

    http://www.roca.org/OA/36/36h.htm

    Please read it all.

  5. #3.

    Yes. I first noticed that with the CBC Radio in the background, how every time there was any movement whatsoever on the Mount St Joseph or Mount Cashel scandals, they’d have to bring it all up and give it a big long segment, complete with a lurid, blow-by-blow description of the crimes of the priests. It just struck me one day that ten years after the fact, they were still reporting this stuff as if it just happened yesterday. They make it sound as if there were new cases coming up every week instead of the same two cases being rehashed time after time. There is no way to fight such unfair propaganda – none of us has the power of a national television or radio station, let alone all of them joined together the way the mainstream media is today. If they want to put Catholic sex abuse on heavy rotation, there’s nothing anybody can do about it. They automatically win…

  6. Eeyor: OxAo: I understand.

    This in my opinion shows even the most skeptical people of faith understands the only way to fight Islam is with another religion..

    And I thought it was to ‘use your brain’ to work out stupid is as stupid does.

    The evidence of that is our deterioration of morality since we moved away from religion.

    No. The evidence is the homosexuals came into office and promoted fornication with children by getting into their heads. The Muslims do it with pederasty, the Christians do it with pedophilia, (Many will fall in the cracks but some get it just right and see me in the office after detention).

    How?

    When they tell a little boys their penis is called “Graham” – they are saying he is the Resurrection. When they say to little girls to smack the pony, she is masturbating to make her fears go away.

    St Bob and his invented Devil who will harm them if they do not put their underpants on straight, go hand in hand.

    Kapeesh?

  7. Goebbel’s techniques used against Catholics. It’s shocking, really, that Catholics continue to put up with this, even feed this hate-machine.

  8. Ox AO said, “This in my opinion shows even the most skeptical people of faith understands the only way to fight Islam is with another religion..

    perfectchild says:”And I thought it was to ‘use your brain’ to work out stupid is as stupid does.”

    You are way too cynical. once you get over it try too remember this very simple line:
    “People need guidance”

    The perfect example of that is Islam and their ‘guidance’ has been going on for 1400 years and “the stupid keep doing stupid.”

  9. Hi Ox AO,

    Too cynical that a mother and father can bring up their kids unmolested by church or State?

    Did you not know all religion is, is a background war?

    With all that fear and noise people don’t have time to think.

    What did you think war on terror was in a secular age? Real wars?

    Too cynical for you to see infatalizing people as wicked?

    Okay go back to Jesus saving you from the devil.

    The real battle is with the communists using the musselmen to make you doubt, because all religions are equal… Innit

  10. said, “Did you not know all religion is, is a background (to) war?”

    Such as what the crusades?

    If you believe that you need to read some real history not the propaganda of today.

    yes, very much way too cynical

  11. Ox AO,

    The crusades were to keep the lucrative Holy Sites open – which they lost. They did not, once seeing a pederast become flesh, stop his deeds infecting a billion people.

    The background war of every religion is the Heaven and Hell waged on children, that in their hearts they judged another child not swearing their oath of the Saved, or being outcast like White Privileged or children who do not cover themselves with underpants lest the devil see.

    I spoke of mind games not being fostered as a yoke upon the young, you said the human animal must be led.

    I would rather exploration of the universe than tied up working out the schemes of dictators for every generation.

    Just enjoy the company of iconoclausts. You’ll find Jesus was one.

  12. “Religion (primarily Christianity) drives home and then drills over and over again the fundamental point of the golden rule”

    Bad points about American Christianity.

    1. Puritans. they dunked people and ostracized people. That is the worst they did? Bring it.

    2. Moral Majority? That is so 1980s. It had an effect at the ballot box. Like liberals do not?

    3.SNL Church Lady. Now if you are afraid of a “church lady”, I am sure there is a psychologists with many billable hours.

    Now on the other hand Islam …

    Well there is this site called Vlad Tepes blog among others and the list is longer than my arm and literally goes on ad infintum 🙁

  13. Ox AO

    Read up on the “Peace of God” and the “Truce of God”. Without the church where would your typical bloodthirsty knight be? He would be Muslim or just a bloodthirsty ape with a harem.

    You go back before Christianity or before the Roman empire and I can show you plenty of violence and warfare. Of course it was very pretty. The apes were more sophisticated than gorillas and chimpanzees when it came to courtship, harems and killing. It was an art form 🙂

    The 1st Merovingian had uhmmmmm … a harem. Then there was this slight he had to avenge. Year later this guy meets this guy again in camp. While inspecting the troops he tells the guy his gear is not up to par. while the guy looks at it, he brains him with an axe in front of everyone. At this time the Merovingans,Frankish future nobility, were not Christian. Before this the same guy had to go into exile because … well … he was a wanted man. It had something to do with murder and mayhem. All pre-Christian mind you.

  14. Ox Ao

    “You wanted to run away, did you?
    But my war club overtook you.

    And after you were cooked, you made food for my mouth. And where is our father?
    He is cooked.

    And where is you brother?
    He is eaten.

    And where is your wife?
    There she sits, a wife for me.

    and where are your children? there they are, with loads on their backs, carrying food, as my slaves.”

    Traditional New Zealand Maori post-battle, cannibalistic victory taunt.

    From Strategy and tactics issue 281 July-August 2013 (p 68)

  15. perfectchild says:
    “The crusades were to keep the lucrative Holy Sites open – …. ”

    Crusades had nothing to do with Italy being controlled by Islamic law for +450 years which 3 years after the last Islamic strong hold in Sicily was removed by force the first crusade started?

    Most of the very same soldiers and commanding officers that fought to remove Islam from Italy made up the first crusade. But some how today that isn’t of any relevance it was all about money.

  16. Red:

    1. Puritans were mostly associated with Jewish not Christians they fled from Catholic rule in Europe. Reason for this is both the Jews and the Puritans didn’t believe in Catholic doctrine of the king having divine right. They both wanted their local church to be self governed. Are there groups today that ostracized people worse then the puritans in my opinion? yes, absolutely.

    2. Catholic and many other religious denominations vote mostly democrat it is only the Protestants have a nearly split vote between the parties. “Moral Majority” doesn’t fit statistics. Now, there are the Jews and Islam that votes +90% with democrats. But Jerry Falwell isn’t the best or the brightest.

    3. huh?

    4. “Peace of God” and the “Truce of God”.. are you talking about the time when Islam was taking over Europe when the invaders brought with them the Black Death? You expect it to be a friendly place to live or something?

    5. The 1st Merovingian had a harem? You watch way to much of the brainwash tube or I call the new religion (I got rid of the TV years ago.) Merovech in reality is a semi-legendary figure no one really knows much about. Come-on his father is supposed to be king Neptune, you know the sea god. So, how would we know he had a harem or not?

    6. cannibalistic victory taunt… what is your point here?

  17. perfectchild a monetary reason for the crusades is really reaching, for one thing no one in Christendom made money from the holy sites. They were controlled by the Moslems and the idea was to retake them from the thieves and to stop the enslavement of the pilgrims who were going to the holy sites. Granted after the Knights Templers were founded and grew in size they started using their own ships to transport pilgrims but that was well after the crusades were started.

    Modern politics says that there has to be a monetary motive for all wars, unfortunately this doesn’t really make sense. Buying oil from the Mideast (even at the present highly inflated prices) is cheaper then fighting a war, so unless we are out to loot the treasuries of all of hte nations of their precious metals and foreign currencies there isn’t a monetary motive in the current wars. You also have to work hard to find one in most of the historical wars, with the opium wars being the exception. The Chinese wouldn’t sell tea for anything but Gold and Silver, they refused to trade for anything, the Brits were going bankrupt when they discovered that the Chinese would pay for opium with Gold and Silver, much more Gold and Silver then the Brits were paying for tea. Thus they fought two wars to keep the opium trade going. FYI, once the Chinese started buying other things from the west the Brits started working to stop the opium trade. FYI 2, the Brits didn’t start the opium trade the tirades did.

  18. The Real History of the Crusades

    The crusades are quite possibly the most misunderstood event in European history. Most of what passes for public knowledge about it is either misleading or just plain wrong

    By Prof. Thomas F. Madden

    Misconceptions about the Crusades are all too common. The Crusades are generally portrayed as a series of holy wars against Islam led by power-mad popes and fought by religious fanatics. They are supposed to have been the epitome of self-righteousness and intolerance, a black stain on the history of the Catholic Church in particular and Western civilization in general.

    http://www.thearma.org/essays/Crusades.htm

  19. Ox AO

    My reason to point out the Merovingians was to point out what pre-Christian Europe looked like.

    The guy who founded the Merovingian line be he king or tribal chieftian was top dog. What do top dogs usually do or anyone when they get away with it? Client #9, Slick Willy, Anthony Weiner. (And a # of republicans). Remember the Merovingians were kings. It is established practice that many of not most kings have mistresses (if not harems) Take Château de Chenonceau. That was the chateau of Henry the II’s mistress, Diane of Poiters

    The “Truce of god” and the “Peace of God” were the clergy’s effort to get knights and warlords to spare peasants the effects of warfare and to tamp down or end warfare in Europe. they were partially successful.

    I very much appreciate that although you are an atheist you find a few admirable thing about Christianity or religion. I would not call myself a died in the wool theist. I pointed out pre-Christian Europe and the Maori to point to what the world was like pre-Christianity.

  20. Richard,

    “perfectchild a monetary reason for the crusades is really reaching” It is, and I can’t defend that purchasing relics and hostelry was a massive income for the Church at the times, other than the Holy Sites propped up the validity of The Church – that our God watched over us.

    It would be like nuking Mecca. Suddenly, the zakat start to drop until new reasons could be used explained that Allah made it so, at every Ramadan a call to the return to the promised land.

  21. said, “purchasing relics and hostelry was a massive income ”

    Relics and art remember they were a theocracy which means they were the governments at the time.

    Hostelry makes perfect sense to me knowing the art of brewing was a science.
    The church was the center of science at the time. Which there was a good reason.

    Today a theocracy even for me is a revolting thought but you have to put it into the context for when they lived. To put yourself in to their shoes i couldn’t even imagine how it was with the black death, small pox and day to day food and bad water. To give you an idea when Rome fell to the Visigoths under Alaric they were not after money they were after food. They didn’t find any and they moved on to Africa. Food and beer(their water) has always been the primary product until the industrial revolution.

  22. OxAOThe church was the center of science at the time. Which there was a good reason.

    You can regard modern Western civilization, including science, as essentially the building of the church.

    PS: Ox AO is a mysterious handle. Can you explain?

  23. Ox <=== I call myself ox in a number of computer games including Ultima On line which I still play. I wanted to use a very simple name to remember.

    AO <==== Ancient Order a guild tag.

    I use the Ox AO because know no one else does and easy to sign up to sites that can not have duplicate names.

  24. Red says: “Puritans…. worst they did? Bring it.”

    This line haunts me. The Puritans even burned people to death.

    Lets take the worst case in my opinion of the Salem Witch trials Ann Glover:

    http://www.goodyglovers.com/history.html

    Their star witness was the Goodwin’s doctor claiming, “nothing but a hellish Witchcraft could be the origin of these maladies.” Referring to some of the Goodwin’s children that were sick. They linked the witchcraft to an argument that took place and bam they hung her.

    Note: it was the argument that got her killed which there were two families feuding and this is what actually created the witch trails not the ‘fear’ of witchcraft as we like to think.

    There is no doubt this is evil pure and simple. But to claim we are any better today is ridiculous. Our news papers, tv, radio publicly every day give out assassination orders against innocent people and how much the pay out is who is giving the orders and how to collect.

    This is much worse then the witch trails in my opinion Salem is a location they could leave. These assassination orders are world wide. It maybe Islam giving the orders but we willfully aid and abet the assassinations and do nothing to stop those that hire the assassination.

    Some examples:

    Take a look at this post:
    Ali Sina of Faithfreedom.org

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faithfreedom#Alleged_deaths_threats_and_hacking_attempts

    Or this:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fatwas#Fatwas_promoting_violence_against_a_particular_individual

    I used to see them all the time on TV before I got rid of the new religion.

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