News links Jan 1 2014 – 3

1. Rotherham Council to be sued over child sexual exploitation

A solicitor representing women who were allegedly groomed for sex when underage by gangs of men in Rotherham has begun serving claims on the council for failing to tackle the problem, despite knowing about it for years.

David Greenwood has started action on behalf of a handful of women, but is currently gathering evidence in a total of 11 cases, all of which are expected to result in legal action against the council.

Action is also being contemplated against South Yorkshire Police.

2. Newport Teenager Vanishes Outside Her Home

(One to watch)

3. Syrian electronic Army hacks

(Along with quite a few others in 2013.)

(“Legalizing homosexual marriage will never lead to polygamy”)

4. Russian president Putin visits victims of Volograd terrorist atrocities as he vows to ‘annihilate’ those responsible for attacks

President Vladimir Putin vowed to annihilate all ‘terrorists’ in Russia, talking tough after two deadly bomb attacks in the southern city of Volgograd that raised security fears ahead of the Winter Olympics.

5. ‘Only’ 1,067 vehicles set ablaze on New Year’s Eve in France

(This new French ‘tradition’ of destroying other peoples property on New Years Eve in France could be stopped in a year by more freedom and not more police or more state interference. Just allow people to stand guard over their cars from a window for a couple of New Years Eve’s with a camera and a rifle and by the third year the tradition would stop)

6. Same exact family killed by Assad’s army and by the Israelis in Gaza

7. Hamas PM Haniya defies Cairo to keep links with Muslim Brotherhood 

8. ‘Efforts to reform terrorists failing’: Two-thirds jailed for Islamist terror offences remain attached to extremist ideology

(Maybe cause they don’t want to pretend along with the Europeans that the ideology is an aberrant ‘extremist’ thing but is actually the central dogma of their religion?)

EDL Buck, Softly Bob, UK Pete, M, Fjordman and all, thank you very much.

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

7 Replies to “News links Jan 1 2014 – 3”

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    I hope the police get sued too – in fact I hope that both the council and the police are sued so badly that they’ll never forget it. I hope that there are sackings and public humiliations.

    I want these cowards to know that their precious attempts to protect themselves from labels of racism and fear of Muslims has actually put them in a worse situation. I want people to know that they are going to have to pick whose side they are on.
    Do they support political correctness and thus protect themselves from Liberal accusations, or do they support the right way and protect themselves from the wrath of the ordinary decent folk who have had enough?

  2. China Lends Pakistan $6.5 Billion For Nuclear Power Stations

    China is providing Pakistan with a loan of some $6.5 billion for use in constructing two nuclear power stations in Karachi.

    Construction actually started on the two plants last year but Pakistani officials revealed for the first time on January 1 that the loans for the project are coming from the state-owned Chinese bank.

  3. LEBANON Jan 02 2014 – Beirut blast: Five dead as powerful explosion in Lebanon hits Hezbollah ‘stronghold’

    A powerful explosion has killed at least five people and wounded at least twenty in the Lebanese capital Beirut.

    Initial reports suggested a car bomb had been detonated during rush hour in the southern Haret Hreik suburb, described as a “stronghold” for the Shiite Hezbollah group.

  4. Czech police find weapons at Palestinian mission

    PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech investigators found unregistered weapons at the Palestinian diplomatic mission in Prague, police said on Thursday, a day after the ambassador was killed in a mysterious explosion after opening a safe.

    The Czech foreign ministry said it was concerned by the discovery, which it called a possible breach of diplomatic rules, and would demand an explanation.

    “We have gathered many pieces of evidence, we secured weapons that will be subject to expert evaluation,” Prague police chief Martin Vondrasek said on Czech Radio.

    “We can say the weapons have not gone through a registration process in the Czech Republic,” he said, without revealing the quantity and type.

    The Czech foreign ministry said it was concerned by the discovery. It said diplomats’ weapons were subject to local laws on arms, which require registration and licensing.

    “The ministry is concerned that among evidence…were weapons not registered in the Czech Republic,” the ministry said in a statement.

    “In such case, the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations may have been breached and we will demand an explanation,” it added, referring to the international rules that govern the activities of diplomats and embassies.

  5. #7 “Ex-civil rights lawyer convicted in terror case is released from prison after serving four years of 10 year sentence because she’s dying of breast cancer.”

    Released: U.S. District Judge John G. Koeltl signed the release order after government lawyers filed a letter in Manhattan federal court earlier Tuesday saying Stewart qualified for early release because she’s suffering from breast cancer that has metastasized to her lungs and bones and has less than 18 months to live.

    Picture of Stewart … beside SANTA CLAUS ?!

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