News links for Oct 20 2013 – 2

1. Link to get updates and history on the continuing violent Amer-Indian protests against fracking taking place in New Brunswick Canada

2. Al-Shabaab suicide bomber kills 16 in Somalia

3. Israel telephones Gaza citizens to slam Hamas for wasting building supplies on terror tunnels

4. Italian ‘anarchists’ riot for more state programs, aid and regulations. WTF? God forbid they should ever achieve anarchy. They would have to riot 24/7/365

5. Tower Hamlet’s mayor launches his own political party

Thank you EDL Buck, M, Fjordman, Taffy in Canada and all who sent these in.

About Eeyore

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

6 Replies to “News links for Oct 20 2013 – 2”

  1. Kaaa Boooom!

    Iraq suicide bombing hits Baghdad cafe in Shia Amil area (BBC, Oct 20, 2013)
    “At least 37 people have been killed by a suicide bombing at a cafe in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, say officials.

    At least another 42 people were injured in the attack in the mainly Shia Amil district of the city.

    Iraq has experienced a surge in violence in recent months, with more than 6,000 people killed in acts of violence this year.

    Militants frequently target cafes, markets, mosques and other places where people gather in large numbers….”

  2. No comment…

    Afghan special forces commander defects with guns to insurgents (via Jihadwatch/Reuters, Oct 20, 2013)
    “An Afghan army special forces commander has defected to an insurgent group allied with the Taliban in a Humvee truck packed with his team’s guns and high-tech equipment, officials in the eastern Kunar province said on Sunday.

    Monsif Khan, who raided the supplies of his 20-man team in Kunar’s capital Asadabad over the Eid al-Adha religious holiday, is the first special forces commander to switch sides, joining the Hezb-e-Islami organization.

    “He sent some of his comrades on leave and paid others to go out sightseeing, and then escaped with up to 30 guns, night-vision goggles, binoculars and a Humvee,” said Shuja ul-Mulkh Jalala, the governor of Kunar.

    Zubair Sediqi, a spokesman for Hezb-e-Islami, confirmed that Khan had joined the group, saying he had brought 15 guns and high-tech equipment…”

  3. Good news

    Tahiti’s first mosque closes one day after opening
    “Tahiti’s first mosque closes one day after opening” Radio New Zealand 17 October, 2013 (thanks to Tom)

    The city administration of Papeete has forced French Polynesia’s first mosque to close – one day after it was opened by a new imam from France.

    The opening caused an uproar and prompted the presidency to restate that the French constitution guarantees freedom of religion.

    Tahitians don’t want to be enriched. Whats wrong with them?

  4. #1 Like Eeyore said, we need to find out who is funding these people.

    If it is simply that welfare enables them to travel allover the country to make a nuisance of themselves then welfare pays too much.

    Andrew Jackson was correct in that you cannot have 2 nations governing the same territory.

  5. #1 I see the protesters threw molotov cocktails/fire bomb.

    A fire bomb is no different than a fire arm. It presents a clear and immediate threat to law enforcement. Anyone with a lit fire bomb winding up to throw it should not be surprised if they are met with deadly force.

    I do not mean that people around the thrower should be targeted, but if the police miss their target that is what they get for associating with such people & egging them on.

    Same goes for throwing rocks, bricks or bottles, but not tear gas canisters unless it looks like they are trying to head shot an officer with one.

  6. I meant what said about bottles. One fall at the university I went to a person was hit by a bottle in campus town during a disturbance. I do not believe they were targeted, but authorities do not know. however the person suffered brain damage.

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