News links for Nov 15 2013 – 4

1. How we lost our country to EU Fascism and how we get it back – Rodney Atkinson – 2011

2.[OLDDATE: Sorry, this was 2008. My error and sorry for any confusion] Glasgow bomb plot: NHS doctor found guilty of terror attack on airport

An NHS doctor has been found guilty of launching car bomb attacks on Glasgow airport and a London nightclub as part of a nationwide terrorist campaign.

Bilal Abdulla was the passenger in a burning Jeep driven into Glasgow airport on June 30 last year in an attempted suicide attack.

The driver of the Jeep, Kafeel Ahmed, a PhD student from India, died a month later from the burns he suffered in the attack.


3. The Muslim Brotherhood thrives in Britain

On Tuesday the organisation’s dauphin – Tariq Ramadan, famous Islamist ideas man, grandson of the Brotherhood’s founder and prominent double-speaker gave the Orwell prize’s annual ‘Orwell lecture’. I wonder which direction Orwell’s body is spinning in?

4. UN concerned that European Union countries may be denying entry to Syrians, other asylum-seekers

“If practices to prevent asylum-seekers from accessing territory and procedures are taking place, UNHCR calls on States to cease them immediately,” the spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Adrian Edwards, told reporters in Geneva.

(Only if we can move them to his house)

5. Israel or Obama. But somebody is lying.

Thank you Richard, M, EDL Buck, Fjordman and all the people who sent in material.

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18 Replies to “News links for Nov 15 2013 – 4”

  1. I forgot the Glasgow “Doctor-bomber” died from his injuries, all together now…” aww whit a wee shame”.

  2. The commentator in the video expressed shock that a person trained for many years to be a doctor would plan a terrorist attack to kill many people. Well maybe if would help to know a bit about Islam if he really wanted to understand. Think of it in this way…Would he also be similarly shocked to find out that the would-be mass murderer also:

    Discarded a condom with semen in it?
    Wiped feces off of the bottom of his shoe?
    Poured urine from a bedpan into a toilet?
    Threw away blood soaked bandages?
    Would seek to avoid touching a dog?
    Would not wish to eat pork?
    Would not drink alcohol?

    Because in Islam Infidels are not really considered PEOPLE at all. Instead they are considered to be najis (nasty or contaminated) and in the same category as semen, feces, urine, blood, dogs, pigs, and alcohol. So there you have it. The commentator’s “shock” is merely a by-product of his complete ignorance regarding the nature of Islam.

  3. 3/ It’s a disgraceful contrast, pictures of George Orwell and ‘Professor’ Tariq Ramadan on the Orwell Prize page, disgraceful for Britain. ‘Britain’s most prestigious prize for political writing’? What has the weasely equivocating underhanded poseur Ramadan done in any sphere that bears comparison with novels like Animal Farm, 1984, Burmese Days, and exemplary essays like Shooting an Elephant, Politics and the English Language, and Prevention of Literature? It’s a sick joke.

    Ramadan gave the 2013 talk. The prize itself went to A Very British Killing: The Death of Baha Mousa, an ‘exposé’ of ‘the institutional brutality, the bureaucratic apathy’ of the British Army in Iraq. ‘Some knew it was wrong. Some weren’t sure. Some were too scared to intervene.’ For Pete’s sake. The Orwell Trust should simply arrange for the Shariah-compliant flogging of some working class British patriots and sell tickets to that.

  4. Libyan militia fires on protesters, killing at least 43 (CNN, +video, Nov 16, 2013)
    “At least 43 people were killed and at least 460 injured as a result of the bloodiest day of fighting on Friday in the Libyan capital since the fall of Tripoli in 2011, state-run Libya News Agency reported Saturday.

    Fighting broke out after protesters marched on the Tripoli headquarters of militias from the coastal city of Misrata.

    Protesters and eyewitnesses said militiamen opened fire on the hundreds who marched on Gharghour, a southern district of the capital where Misrata militia are based, in an effort to evict the armed groups…”

  5. Pakistan imposes curfew in Rawalpindi after clashes (BBC, Nov 16, 2013)
    “The Pakistani authorities have imposed a curfew in Rawalpindi, near the capital Islamabad, after eight people died in sectarian clashes on Friday.

    The violence erupted as Shia Muslims staged a procession marking the religious festival of Ashura.

    Dozens of people were injured and many shops set on fire in clashes between Sunni and Shia Muslims in the city.

    Residents have now been ordered to stay home until the curfew is lifted at midnight (19:00 GMT) on Saturday….”

  6. Pigs heads left outside German mosque: cops

    German police said on Friday they were looking for suspects who left severed heads of five pigs on the building site of a mosque in the eastern city of Leipzig.

    Police spokeswoman Birgit Hoehn said a fire brigade reported the incident Thursday after being called to the site to extinguish a fire in a refuse skip.

    There have been right-wing protests for weeks against construction of the mosque, which will have minarets.

    The house of prayer, which is funded by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, has been welcomed by the Leipzig city council as a sign of the university city’s cosmopolitan style and tolerance.

    It will be the first mosque outside of Berlin to be constructed in Germany’s formerly communist eastern states.

    www (dot ) timeslive( dot )co(dot )za/world/2013/11/15/pigs-heads-left-outside-german-mosque-cops

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  7. 20,000 march in Berlin to demand PKK ban lifted

    Some 20,000 people marched through central Berlin on Saturday to demand the German government lift its 20-year ban on the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), organisers said.

    Under a heavy police presence, the protest passed off peacefully with demonstrators marching under the banner: “Support the peace process, lift the ban on the PKK.”

    Despite the ban on the PKK, in place in Germany since 1993, the organisation enjoys considerable support there, with an estimated 500,000 Kurds in the country — the majority of Turkish origin.

    German authorities believe the PKK has around 11,500 active members.

    Organisers of the march said police had been stopping protesters to search for banners displaying imprisoned PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan and imposing fines on those possessing them.

    Police provided no estimate of turnout.

    The protest in Berlin came as Turkey’s prime minister welcomed the leader of Iraq’s autonomous north to his country’s own Kurdish-dominated territory for the first time in a bid to kickstart a stalled peace process.

    The PKK agreed this year to withdraw its estimated 2,000 fighters to their bases in northern Iraq. In return, it is demanding wider constitutional rights for Turkey’s 15 million Kurds.

    Some 45,000 people have died in the Kurdish conflict since 1984.,-march-in-Berlin-to-demand-PKK-ban-lifted.aspx

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