News and links for Aug 30 2013 – 1

1. Sentenced to death for a sip of water

I’ve been locked up, handcuffed and chained, banished from the world and waiting to die. I don’t know how long I’ve got left to live. Every time my cell door opens my heart beats faster. My life is in God’s hands and I don’t know what’s going to happen to me. It’s a brutal, cruel existence. But I am innocent. I’m guilty only of being presumed guilty. I’m starting to wonder whether being a Christian in Pakistan today is not just a failing, or a mark against you, but actually a crime. H/T Tundra T

2. “If I had a son, he would look just like that goat” -President Barack Obama

3. Jan 29 2013: Stunning video on the frequency of islamic child sex-slaving gangs

4. Russian Medics Help 300 People Lining Up to See Islamic Relics

(H/T M)

5. Aug 15 RT video on Fed Reserve refusing to allow Germany to repatriate its own stored gold or even see it.

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

6 Replies to “News and links for Aug 30 2013 – 1”

  1. 3.

    This is obviously a policy that is taking place not just criminal. I would say? this is Ius Primae Noctis.

    in this case Ius Primae Noctis would be worded like this:

    “The problem with Britain there are to many British”

    Ius Primae Noctis explained from Braveheart:

  2. Erdogan says Syria intervention should aim to end Assad rule

    Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that any international military intervention against Syria should be aimed at bringing an end to the rule of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

    The comments from Erdogan, long one of Assad’s fiercest critics, came as U.S. President Barack Obama said he was considering a narrow, limited U.S. response to last week’s chemical weapons attack in Syria.

    “It can’t be a 24 hours hit-and-run,” Erdogan told reporters at a reception in the presidential palace in the capital Ankara. “What matters is stopping the bloodshed in Syria and weakening the regime to the point where it gives up.”

    Erdogan cited the NATO operation against Yugoslavia during the Kosovo war as an example.

    “If it is something like the example of Kosovo, the Syrian regime won’t be able to continue,” he said.

    Erdogan said he would have bilateral discussions with Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G-20 summit next week.

    Earlier on Friday, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said intelligence gathered by Ankara left no doubt that Assad’s forces were responsible for the poison gas attack near Damascus last week.

    Turkey has said previously it would be ready to take part in any international action against Assad, even outside the auspices of the United Nations, and has put its armed forces on alert to guard against threats from Syria.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/30/us-syria-crisis-turkey-erdogan-idUSBRE97T0VZ20130830

  3. About what Martin said.

    If Erdogan said it was a good ideal, then in all probability it is bad.

    Let Edogan fight Assad with a BEAR at his back.

  4. The MSM still cannot name the real identity of the paedophiles – its still “Asians” instead of the truth that Muslims are the predators.

    Then the use of the word “grooming”, as if these Muslim men were taking the girls out for beauty treatment.

  5. DP111, the parts of the Muslim sex slave story that got me were when Ms Cryer thought that one prosecution would make the problem go away and at the very end when she calls the sex slave behavior unIslamic.

    Very glad that people are waking up to the problem. However, Ms Cryer is treating the symptom without looking for the cause. Sex slavery has been part of Islam since Mohammed. It won’t go away until there are no more followers of the pedophile prophet.

  6. Did not Mohammed’s own daughter criticize him when he started grooming the 5 year old and also went over the 4 woman limit?

    I think she did. But her opinions and pointing to of facts and contradiction in Mohammed’s morality are not considered hadiths. They are ignored. Women simply do not matter in Islam.

    Mohammed’s response was that he was the perfect man so he was an exception to the rules.

    Now Mohammed could break the rules and still maintain a following. But he could not beat or kill his daughter for asking impertinent questions. But simply ignoring her did the trick and his vision became reality. After all there were so many guys wanting to do what he did.

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