News links for Dec. 18 2013 – 1

1. I was looking for video of Obama’s speech at the Mandela tribute the other day and noticed that I could not find any of him with the murdering, psycho, fake deaf-interpreter as you see with other speakers at the event. So I felt it my duty to make one.

2. Second US judge feels that there may be some kind of conflict between the 4th amendment of the US constitution and the NSA basically reading and listening to everyone’s personal stuff.

3. Is the NSA costing US allies as Merkel tells off Obama over spy revelations?

Snowden is to testify on the NSA scandal to a European parliament inquiry next month, to the anger of Washington which is pressuring the EU to stop the testimony.

4. REPORT: Mass Murderer Hassan Has Received $278K But Victim’s Families Have Received Nothing

5. Today’s news shocker! Prince Charles actually said something true about islam and about the treat to Christians from muslims. (My guess is that his PR person finally got through to him, even if he did bury the word islam under the usual distracting adjectives)

6. Turkey makes some arrests within the circles of power. (This may be worth investigation)

7. An NSA Coworker Remembers The Real Edward Snowden: ‘A Genius Among Geniuses’  More here at the DM

8. Long Island man arrested for 20 knock out attacks.

9. Disqus comment services profoundly compromised, conservative users ‘outed’ at cost of jobs etc.

(There is much more to this story and I will try and get into it later. For the moment, I would recommend to all people who are classically liberal or hold political views which are not in fashion at the moment to avoid using Disqus and to write to newspapers and blogs etc. which use it and suggest they switch away from it. If they where hacked then their security is too poor to trust with your information. And if they were complicit, then an organization that biased and dishonest certainly should not have your information)


Thank you M, Richard, Fjordman and all who sent in material. More to come.

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

15 Replies to “News links for Dec. 18 2013 – 1”

  1. #6 This is probably the opening of a political struggle in Turkey, we can hope that friends of the west win but I doubt if they will.

    #9 We can expect a lot more of this in the future, moves like this are the beginning of a crackdown on dissent, in the future the posters will be arrested and/or physically attacked.

  2. USA – Military Group Demands Pentagon Remove ‘Egregiously Unconstitutional’ Nativities at Guantanamo Bay

    There’s a nativity debate unfolding at Guantanamo Bay after U.S. servicemen reportedly complained about two creches in dining spaces.

    The nativities are in common dining areas, with the complaining officers writing in their email to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation that the creches give “the impression is that one faith is better than others, and that the military institution singularly promotes Christianity.”

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  3. The European Commission threatened Italy with legal action on Wednesday in reaction to images of young Africans being sprayed for scabies in a detention centre in Lampedusa.

  4. DR CONGO – Children among 21 victims of brutal DR Congo attack

    Kinshasa (AFP) – The bodies of at least 21 people have been found after a grisly attack in eastern DR Congo in which several women and children were raped, mutilated and beheaded, the UN peacekeeping mission said on Monday.

    The UN mission MONUSCO said the victims, including a baby, were hacked to death in an attack of “extreme brutality” in a wave of violence in North Kivu last week.

    A local civil society organisation blamed the rampage on the Muslim Ugandan rebel group ADF-Nalu, one of the oldest but least known armed organisations based in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    “The victims, including women and children — the youngest of which is thought to have been only a few months old — were hacked to death on December 13 and 14,” the MONUSCO statement said.

    “Three girls under 18 are reported to gave been raped by the attackers and then beheaded. The mutilated and dismembered body of a child is said to have been found in a tree, in the village of Musuku.”

  5. TURKEY – Report: $4.5 million seized from bank chief’s home

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Istanbul police, who are leading a major corruption and bribery investigation targeting allies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have seized shoeboxes stashed with $4.5 million in cash at the home of a state-owned bank’s chief executive, a Turkish news agency reported Wednesday

    Dozens of people, including the bank’s CEO and the sons of three key government ministers, were detained Tuesday for questioning in raids as part of the investigation which threatens to rock Erdogan’s 11-year tenure.

    Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc told reporters that 51 people were being questioned.

    Many believe the police operation is the fallout of a deepening rift between Erdogan’s government and a powerful U.S.-based moderate Islamic cleric, Fethullah Gulen, whose followers are reported to have a strong foothold within Turkey’s police and judiciary.

    […]Erdogan has suggested that the probe is a politically motivated “dirty trap” to harm his government. The investigation comes before local elections in March that are largely seen as a vote of confidence in Erdogan’s government.

  6. TURKEY – 2 – [DOUBLE COVER-UP] 29 police officials removed as new prosecutors appointed

    Wednesday witnessed a series of unexpected developments which led to concerns that a shady plot has been put into effect to cover up a major investigation into claims of corruption and bribery as 29 senior police officials from the ?stanbul and Ankara Police Department, who had been ordered by the prosecutor’s office to conduct the investigation, were removed from their posts and two new prosecutors were appointed to the same investigation.

    Two deputies of ?stanbul Police Chief Hüseyin Çapk?n, two deputy directors at the organized crime unit and two deputy directors at the financial crime unit were removed from their positions in the late afternoon on Wednesday. Early in the morning, five police chiefs at the director level were also sacked.

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  7. 5. Today’s news shocker! Prince Charles actually said something true about islam and about the treat to Christians from Muslims

    Prince Charles, Archbishop Justin Welby, Pope Francis and others, are now speaking out about the persecution and ethnic cleansing of Christians in Islamic countries. . But it is far too late. The pogrom against Christians in the ME has been ongoing for well nigh 40 years. There is but a remnant that is left- even in Bethlehem and Nazareth.

    It is hard not to come to the conclusion, that these worthies are merely trying to salve their conscience, but they will have to answer to God. And all the Prince this and Archbishop that, will be of no use, when God asks them where they were.

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