News links for Dec. 20 2013 – 3

1. The pope makes an amateur selfie video on the subject of recycling where he says basically what our parents did when we didn’t eat all our vegetables. It wasn’t true then, it is less true now. First, compare the pope’s amateur video with Penn & Teller’s professional one on recycling. It should also be noted that pretty much all famine on earth today is because destruction of food is a weapon of war, mostly in Africa and mostly by Muslims. Thanks to GM technology, there actually is enough food to feed everyone on earth without FEDEXing your leftover broccoli to Ethiopia.

2. Check out some videos of our invader allies in Syria:

Below, lots of frilly Al-Qaeda flags from holes in walls. In this area, every building looks like the inside of a Taxi.

In this video, gangs of muslims fire AK47s in ways they have to have learned from watching American TV. How any of them are still alive is a mystery to be solved pretty soon I would guess.

3. The Koranic basis for making the blood of Lee Rigby ‘halal’ (OK to murder)

4. Toronto restaurant violated Muslim men’s human rights

A Toronto restaurant has been ordered to pay nearly $100,000 in compensation to three Muslim men who used to work there, after the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario ruled that their former employer breached their rights. Abdul Malik, Mohammed Islam and Arif Hossain each worked at Le Papillon on the Park…

(Back in the days when men were men, they used to say, “F**k em if they can’t take a joke”. It was a test of ones basic character. Everyone was teased. In fact this is constant in all nations. Its only in Marxist ones where you can’t say anything someone else can decide is offensive.)

5. This may be the feel good video of 2013. These are my picks for the Bernhard Goetz award for 2013.

6. A staggering cover up of the Lee Rigby murder by the BBC.

Check out these interviews, one with the killer by the police a week after the attack, and another one with several people who were witnesses at the time. NONE of them mention his motive. NONE of them mention his quoting koran at the time to anyone with a cell phone camera. All this material was meant to make it look geopolitical or at worst a crime. But given the amount of stabbing deaths in the UK that get no press, this is clearly a deliberate attempt to bury the islamic motives and justifications of the Lee Rigby murder in pretty much the identical way the American media (FOX not withstanding) buried the islamic motives of army Psychiatrist, Nidal Hassan.

7. Bruce Bawer: Sweden’s March Into Oblivion

“Sweden has chosen to break down.” Jensen went on to outline the steady slide in the quality of education in Swedish primary schools over the last decade or so, as detailed in a recent PISA study, and to link that decline to what Jensen bluntly called the country’s “insane immigration policy.” Sweden, warned Jensen, “will have to pay a very high price for its experiment with permitting excessive immigration from dysfunctional states.”


Thank you Bear, M, Fjordman and all who sent in material.

About Eeyore

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

10 Replies to “News links for Dec. 20 2013 – 3”

  1. 4/ What a great scam. From Bangladeshis without [vessels in which to micturate] to first-world ‘Canadians’ to lawyered up whiners playing the Canadian human rights game for fun and profit. How many years from cesspit to success, I wonder? I’m sure they’re well-briefed on CHRCs before they leave Dhaka.

  2. Pretty amazing video you got there. The spectacled guy wrests the gun from this shithole while it has been fully pointing into his face ! This robber must have been thinking what an easy type of victim this was going to be, looking unassuming and even a bit nerdy, like.

    How wrong you can be, sometimes !


  3. Luchtpint when the assailant is that close any reasonably fast person can push the weapon away before the trigger can be pulled, that is why cops are taught not to get that close until the prisoner is on the ground. In this case the criminal obviously watches TV and movies for his education.

    #2 If I am ever unlucky enough to get in a gunfight I hope my opponents are as stupid as the men in the video.

  4. US Citizens Sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11 al-Qaeda Attack Compensation

    US citizens are now able to sue Saudi Arabia for compensation over the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks after an appeals court in New York ruled that victims and their families would be able to seek liability from the Middle Eastern state.

    […]Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest source of funds for Islamic terrorist groups such as the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Taiba.

    […]Saudi Arabia is the most “significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide.”

  5. Erdogan threatens to expel foreign envoys

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday threatened to expel foreign ambassadors, blaming them for an investigation implicating people close to his government in a vast corruption and bribery scandal.

    “Some ambassadors are engaged in provocative actions,” Erdogan said in televised remarks in the Black Sea city of Samsun. “We don’t have to keep you in our country.”

    “If our ambassadors in foreign countries are trying to plan such ruses, don’t bother sending them; we’ll recall them right away.”

    Erdogan’s remarks come after two government ministers’ sons were arrested, along with high-profile bureaucrats, politicians and businessmen, including Suleyman Aslan, the CEO of state-owned Halkbank.

    […]Erdogan’s remarks were considered a veiled threat to U.S. Ambassador Francis Ricciardone who, according to some pro-government media outlets, told some European Union envoys that Washington warned state-owned Halkbank to cut its ties with sanctions-hit Iran.

    The chief executive of Halkbank, Aslan, was one of scores of people, including the sons of Erdogan cabinet ministers, who have been arrested in the high-profile bribery investigation that went to the heart of the government, which has been in power since 2002.

  6. 1.

    There was enough food to feed everybody on the planet even before GM technology, and as you already say, the problem is distribution not quantity. War, famine, politics, Islam and so on, are the reasons that people are starving.

    I have a vegan friend who claims that all the World’s food shortages will be solved if everybody became vegan. He explains to me why he thinks this is the case, by giving me examples, crop growth stats, yieldage per acre and so on.
    I give an equally compelling argument against this by telling him to ‘fuck off’!

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