News and links for Sept. 5 2013 – 1

1. New York Times offers a more honest than usual glimpse at the ‘rebels’ in Syria and how they treat POW’s. (HINT: Not a lot of Geneva convention in it)

2. There appears to have been another arson and rock throwing night in Husby, scene of spring riots that injured several police earlier this year. Google translation here.

3. British school kids accidentally fed bacon with halal chicken sandwiches. (The world holds its breath waiting for mass firings, riots and new legislation that will force England to be entirely halal so as to make sure this doesn’t happen again!)

4. Tommy Robinson speaks on marching in Tower Hamlets.

5. Al-Qaeda Linked Syrian Rebels Attack Christian Village

Syrian anti-regime activists say government troops and al-Qaida-linked rebels are fighting over a regime-held Christian village for a second day.

The director of the Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abdul-Rahman, says the fighters of al-Qaida affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra group entered the Christian village of Maaloula overnight.

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

3 Replies to “News and links for Sept. 5 2013 – 1”

  1. #1

    Yes, the New York Times admits that some of the rebels seem to have committed an atrocity, then immediately throws it on the Regime side by adding, “offers a dark insight into how many rebels have adopted some of the same brutal and ruthless tactics as the regime they are trying to overthrow”. They just throw that in without any context or proof, they just throw it in because it helps mitigate the truth that they don’t want you to know. Then the rest of the article goes on to grudgingly admit that a small number of the rebels may actually be al-Quada and therefore, not very nice – but still not as bad as Bashir al-Assad. They are supposed to be reporting the news, not carefully massaging every word to make sure you end up thinking exactly what they want you to end up thinking. The editors of the New York Times should be serving lengthy prison sentences for treason…

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