News links for Sept. 8 2013 – 2

1. ‘I’m Muslim but I don’t want to wear a hijab’: Sudanese woman’s defiance as she says she is ready to be flogged to leave her hair uncovered. More here from The Mercury.

2. And now it’s global COOLING! Record return of Arctic ice cap as it grows by 60% in a year

3. First look inside the National September 11 Memorial & Museum

4. Sharia law riding high in Britain

LONDON.Nahla Mahmoud came to the UK seeking freedom and security. What she found was sharia law, death threats, and a frightened establishment that refused to defend her. Welcome Nahla – to multicultural Britain.

Mahmoud is a 26 year old student from Sudan who arrived in Britain in 2010 to flee the “hell” of the Islamic state of her birth. She immediately became an active campaigner with the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and made a short film in 2012 expressing her shock at discovering the proliferation of Islamic sharia law in the UK

5. Spiegel: NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data

SPIEGEL has learned from internal NSA documents that the US intelligence agency has the capability of tapping user data from the iPhone, devices using Android as well as BlackBerry, a system previously believed to be highly secure.

6. Anti Islamist singer in Egypt under fire for incitement 

7. United Nations’ War on Free Speech Continues

An April 4, 2013, CERD decision had condemned the German refusal to prosecute former German central bank board member Thilo Sarrazin for hate speech against Arabs and Turks.  CERD deemed the discontinuance of Sarrazin’s criminal investigation a violation of German commitments under the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.

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7 Replies to “News links for Sept. 8 2013 – 2”

  1. Forty years ago the exact same Club of Rome idiots were saying that the world was cooling rapidly and that we were headed for another ice age and that it was all the fault of the evil white man and his damnable industrial civilization. Then the climate started warming in the 70s, and the Club of Rome idiots deftly switched from cooling to warming, the media did not contradict, and the switch took place without anybody noticing. Strangely, I have yet to meet a left-winger who has any recollection or knowledge of this strange switch from cooling to warming. Lefties seem to have the ability to “unknow” facts that disagree with their world view, even if they were quite familiar with those facts when they “knew” them.

    Now, we may well be in for another cool period, and if that happens, they will switch again, the media will say nothing, and they will continue to get away with perpetrating fraud against the people of earth. We’re all being played for total fools by these people. The key to the story of the Emperor’s New Clothes is the mainstream media. That’s what it is – that’s the principal of how the thing works. If the right wing notices that the Emperor is naked, the ruling elite can say, “I don’t watch Fox News”, and the conversation is over before it starts. Only the MSM can make a thing “true”, and they have it within their power to simply ignore things, safe in the knowledge that those things will disappear after a couple of days without the oxygen of their attention.

  2. Sounds good to me… Lets see if he delivers on those promises.

    Australia’s PM-elect Abbott vows quick action on asylum (BBC, Sept 8, 2013)
    “Australia’s PM-elect Tony Abbott has said his top priorities are to abolish a tax on carbon emissions and to stop asylum-seekers arriving by boat. Mr Abbott’s Liberal-National coalition ended the Labor party’s six-year rule in a landslide victory on Saturday. His government would “swiftly implement Operation Sovereign Borders” aimed at “intercepting vessels and turning them around”, Mr Abbott told the Herald Sun … He has also vowed to reduce the foreign aid budget by A$4.5bn ($4bn; £2.6bn)…”

  3. Talibs getting more bold by the day.

    Taliban bombers hit Afghanistan Wardak intelligence HQ (BBC, Sept 8, 2013)
    “At least four Afghan intelligence staff have been killed after suicide bombers attacked offices of the provincial intelligence department in Wardak. Five suicide bombers were shot dead in the series of co-ordinated attacks, an hour away from the capital Kabul. More than 100 people – mostly civilians – were injured, police said….”

  4. #2
    Does Rain Come From Life in the Clouds?

    Michael Manning is a rent seeking scientist with a bad reputation.

    Reading this 5 page article you can see this research started in the 1960s and now after almost 40 years (2 generations) is the scientific community catching up.

    The questions is this in the models formulated by the bureaucrat of NASA Hansen and Michael Mann. I doubt it because it is not “accepted” science. I believe that their models are leaving out something major areobiology. So how could are their predictions. So far they have been of for 2 decades now.

  5. Michael Mann is wrong, which is not a bad thing. There have been many scientists who have been wrong and had their theories shot down, and it still advanced science. Of course some have been figuratively crucified like Pons and Fleischmen. Although they were later proven correct by scientists at Monterrey

    What is horrible is when Mann and people like Al Gore say the science is settled and go out to crucify, & cut funding in a vindictive way.

    “The clouds are alive as microbes fly unfriendly skies
    Bacterial passengers help transform the chemistry in cloud droplets.”

  6. The IPCC claims its models show a pause of 15 years can be expected. But that means that after only a very few years more, they will have to admit they are wrong.’ –

    Really? They’ll admit they were wrong? With so much money and power at stake?

  7. The left will never admit a mistake, doing this would mean admitting they are infallible, their egos would never survive doing that.

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