News links for Dec 1 2013 – 1

1. Aqab Hussain jailed for 20 years for revenge attack hit-and-run horror caught on CCTV (This story is a couple of months old but they kept the ID of the perp hidden for a long time. Now we know)

(Clearly the UK needs some kind of vehicle control laws)

/new category: Tard bowling

2. How effective is modern education? Very. Now many children do not even know if they are male or female.

3. Catholic university in US surrenders to a double standard even the muslims are admitting to.

[…] For the first time in its 128-year history, the University of St. Thomas has its own Islamic prayer rooms, as well as ritual washing stations for observant Muslims. […]

Asked if she could imagine a Saudi university doing the same for visiting Christians, she replied: “Not in your wildest dreams. Sorry to say, but that’s the truth. That’s reality. There is no other faith, other than Islam, that’s practiced in Saudi Arabia.”

4. ‘Operate on this mother so that we can take her baby’

(The government that is big enough to give you everything, is big enough to take away everything)

5. The Al Qaeda fanatic from Britain who funded jihad trip to Syria by mugging Londoners with a Taser

A British man who was killed fighting alongside Al Qaeda-linked extremists in Syria funded his trip by mugging people in an affluent area of London, The Mail on Sunday has learned.

(Clearly the UK needs some kind of taser control laws)

6. Murder investigation launched after man, 34, is stabbed to death while having a cigarette outside a pub

(Clearly what the UK needs is some sort of law against gangs of unidentifiable men stabbing people to death with meat cleavers. Some sort of, sharp object control I would think. As it happens, it was the same tool used to kill Lee Rigby)

7. Genocide fear as rebels unleash a tide of death

(This article tries to make it look like a sectarian war when of course, it is a war of Islamic manifest destiny and any Christian actions are defensive. This paper should be sued like most of the world’s media for its coverage of Islam related wars)

8. Gay people in the UK finally stood up for their own rights against Islamic hate mongers.

(Still not sure if preventing people from speaking is the way to go when you can expose their real views and values and try and wake their fellow leftists up to islamic reality)

9. Kamala Khan Fights Islamophobia As New Marvel Muslim Superhero — But Is That Enough?  

(Who wants to bet that a muslim group will attack the publisher for showing a muslim girl without a head covering or a male escort?)

Thank you UK Pete, M, Taffy in Canada and all who sent in material. Thank you again.

About Eeyore

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

30 Replies to “News links for Dec 1 2013 – 1”

  1. item 5): we do have taser control laws.
    they are controlled under section 5 of the fire-arms act.
    that does not completely stop the bad guys getting them, but at least they are rare.

  2. item 6): that kind of knives that can be routinely carried in a public place is defined by law.
    we all have kitchen knives, its what we do with them that matter.

  3. Dear Eeyore, I wish you would stop referring to these people as ‘British’ (Taser jihadist) without using inverted commas. They are NOT British in any sense of the word, in fact it would be more accurate to call them British passport holders.
    Its rather like bringing a sheep up with a herd of cows and then telling us that you have discovered a cow that produces wool

  4. #6. Actually, England did/does have a law against carrying a knife longer the 4″ (10cms), also a law against stabbing people and hacking off their heads. With the result that the non-criminals were unable to protect themselves, while the crooks ignored the laws.
    Same as gun control in Chicargo I assume.
    Of course, anyone can carry a shiv disguised as a comb.

  5. Time to bury that Islamophobia for good!

    Suicide bomber hits funeral in Iraq (BBC, Dec 1, 2013)
    “At least 10 people have been killed and 25 injured in a suicide bomb attack in northern Iraq, police say. The attack in Muqdadiyah, about 80km (50 miles) north-east of Baghdad, targeted the funeral of a Sunni fighter and son of a tribal leader. Mudher al-Shallal al-Araki was killed in a roadside bombing near his family’s home the day before, police told AFP news agency. Iraq has seen a sharp rise in violence in recent months. The mourners were attacked in the graveyard where they had gathered for the burial…”

  6. Everyone:

    I was being fully sarcastic, albeit somewhat dryly, when i suggested their should be laws for car/knife/taser control. Obviously there are are already laws on stabbing, torturing, robbing people and running them over. What the UK really needs is muslim control. And Phil: lol!

  7. Whether one looks at the level of competence in maths, reading, writing, history, the results are the same – way below par. Now it seems, children are confused about their own sex. The fact that this has happened is not sloppy work, but a carefully planned operation, extending over four decades, to make pliant population.

    At the bottom of this is the EU, populated as it is by socialists, Marxists, communists masquerading as socialists or eco-loonies Greenies. The whole agenda has been to make a new European man – one who knows nothing, and is incapable of rational thought and making decisions, and easily channeled by state broadcasters such as the BBC.

    The project has been successful beyond the expectations of the EU elites. The situation is even worse in the USA, as commercial TVs have been broadcasting pap since switch on.

    I really cant see how to turn this around. Even of there was a will, and there is none, it will take at least 50 years.

  8. #2 For Vassar — home of the aggressively hairy-underarm set — gender “issues” are nothing new. Their real problem has always been too much money & an inflated sense of self-importance.

    #5 Here’s an idea: Let’s send aspiring Shahadeen to Syria! We’ll put out a Salvation Army style kettle, get a bearded rag-head to pound a halal-approved drum, & play one of those haunting martyr tapes. A dewy-eyed, niqab-clad cutie can hold up a graphic image describing what they intend to do there, how much it costs to fund one of the bros. Oodles of lolly in no time flat.

  9. Phil-
    Did you notice the scare-quotes in that Daily Express headline?
    >> France kills ‘terrorists’ in Mali<<
    That gave me pause.

  10. RE; # 3 This is absolutely sickening that a Catholic institution would allow ,followers of the teachings of the prophet’ to occupy their institution. I’m flabbergasted, has anyone in this ‘school’ read the Quran, Suras, or the other Islamic texts and doctrine? They are truly in a state of denial similar to our MSM and political class. The so called ‘religion of peace’ has been perpetrating a pogrom and a religious genocide varying in intensity for 1400+ yrs against Infidels but most harshly against Christians, Jews, and the other mainstream religions. If the basic teachings of these Muslims has not changed in 14 centuries I strongly it will ever change.

  11. EGYPT – CAIRO Police, Morsi supporters clash in Egypt’s Tahrir

    CAIRO (AP) — Police swiftly swung into action on Sunday to drive hundreds of supporters of Egypt’s ousted Islamist president from Cairo’s famed Tahrir Square, firing heavy tear gas to clear them from the central plaza barely minutes after they took it over.

    Supporters of Mohammed Morsi stage near daily protests to demand his reinstatement, in Cairo and across much of the country. But for hundreds of them to enter and take over Tahrir, even briefly, constituted a major, albeit symbolic, propaganda coup for them. They would have attracted many more like-minded protesters had they been able to gain a solid foothold in the square.

    It was the first time in more than a year that Islamists entered the central square in significant numbers.

  12. EGYPT Protests outside Qatari embassy in Cairo

    Qatari and Turkish flags burned in first demonstration apparently permitted after introduction of strict protest law.

    Hundreds of people have gathered outside Qatar’s embassy in Cairo to protest against what they called the Gulf state’s unwarranted interference in Egyptian internal affairs.

    […]a group of retired military personnel – burned Qatari and Turkish flags and chanted slogans against Al Jazeera on Saturday.

    They distributed flyers calling Al Jazeera the mouthpiece of Qatar, saying that Egypt must be saved from sedition and national security must be protected against international interference.

    The protesters also called for the expulsion of Qatar’s ambassador and demanded the permanent closure of Al Jazeera in Egypt.

  13. Execution-style killings surge in Iraq, U.N. says (CNN, Dec 1, 2013)
    “Acts of terror and sectarian violence killed 659 Iraqis and injured almost 1,400 in November, according to casualty figures released by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq. Bombings account for many of the deaths, but U.N. officials warn that they’re seeing a surge in execution-style killings that “have been carried out in a particularly horrendous and unspeakable manner,” said Nickolay Mladenov, the special representative of the U.N. secretary-general for Iraq…”

  14. yucki : My point exactly. We should not let ‘them’ dictate our language or our points of reference, or what ‘is’. I think what I’m saying is that we should not accept ‘their’ definition of what the truth is. You can call a polecat a duck, a chicken, a pheasant or anything you want, what’s in a name ?, but just by calling it a chicken you won’t confer on it the ability to lay eggs. So what I’m saying is, we shouldn’t go along with ‘them’. At least if we describe it as a ‘chicken’ rather than a chicken nobody’s under the illusion there’s going to be anything for breakfast.

  15. DP111,

    Education has failed us miserably. I’m reading my grandmother’s high school world history text at the moment, it’s far better than what I see in contemporary Canadian high schools. The writers knew to call barbarians barbarians.

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