News links for Nov 7 2013 – 2

1. Lucy was kidnapped, gang raped – and then cruelly betrayed by the British justice system

  • But the two successfully appealed and were given less prison time
  • And one of them was granted British citizenship while in jail

(It must be difficult to live in a country where the government is the enemy of its own people. But then, where is that not the case? St. Maarten Isle maybe)

2. What is that writing on the Canadian police car?

3. Montreal’s new police car, a true benefit of multiculturalism. (Cause we just didn’t need these when everyone felt like one people with one set of values, at least more or less)

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4. UK domestic intelligence chief: ‘low hundreds’ of UK residents have gone to Syria to wage jihad 

(At last. Some good news. If they get the keys to mohamed’s imaginary brothel in the sky at least)

5. Saudi nuclear weapons ‘on order’ from Pakistan

(Makes sense. The US is not stopping Iran from getting them and the KSA is high high on the Shiia nation’s ‘To wipe off the map’ list)

(Thanks all for sending these in. I’m sorry, I misplaced all the specifics on this one)

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

9 Replies to “News links for Nov 7 2013 – 2”

  1. Oh what the heck, I’ve been to London, Ontario 6 years back to visit family, didn’t seem too “culturally enriched” yet.

  2. Clashes in Libyan capital kill 1, injure 12

    Heavily armed gunmen of two rival militias have clashed in the Libyan capital Tripoli for hours, killing at least one person and injuring 12 others.

    The fighting erupted on Thursday after militia chief Nuri Friwan died from injuries he sustained at a checkpoint controlled by former rebels from Soug al-Jomaa, an eastern Tripoli district.

    To avenge his death, the militiamen from the city of Misrata travelled to the Soug al-Jomaa district of the capital and battled with the men with anti-aircraft guns and grenades across Tripoli.

    In retaliation, the Soug al-Jomaa militiamen fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) at the attackers.

    At around 11:00 p.m. (2100 GMT), heavy shooting continued in Soug al-Jomaa and at least three other districts close to the foreign ministry, state television building and embassies.

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/08/333547/tripoli-clashes-kill-1-injure-12/

  3. I take this back. those are missing the little dots at the bottom.

    The closest i can find is the word “Gog”
    As in Gog and Magog

    but what do I know

  4. I hear you Richard, I live in the Socialist state of NJ a place where the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution of the US is denied to its citizens. Yes, you can own firearms but to get a concealed carry permit is impossible. Even a BB pistol or slingshot is by law a firearm in NJ. An innocent simple mistake by a person traveling through who are not aware of these draconian laws can get one prison time or cost a fortune for lawyers to fight it out. Sadly if you do defend yourself in your own home and maim or kill a violent intruder it could mean prison time or bankruptcy via a civil lawsuit. I’m only here for the children and grandkids.

  5. #2 I’m told the word means “police” but is not the standard word in Arabic. It’s a phoneticization of the English (or French) word apparently in use in some Arab countries like Egypt.

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