News links for Jan 3 2014 – 2

1. The Minneapolis explosion needs to be followed. Clearly the authorities have a planned bunch of lies for the public. Here is an update from GoV but news searches are interesting as the narrative comes both unraveled and followed. For example, gas providers are still adamant that there are no leaks in the area and that building didn’t have gas and it cannot have been a leak. Residents now are starting to mumble that they smelled gas to go along with the script but there was no mention of that yesterday.

2. Palestine Prague envoy ‘mishandled bomb’

A CACHE of automatic weapons was discovered at the residence of the Palestinian ambassador to Prague after he was killed by an explosion, turning the bizarre accident into a full-blown diplomatic incident. The unregistered weapons, said to include assault rifles, could have armed a 10-man combat unit, according to reports.

(No one can accuse him of failing to be a true representative of his people)

3. A feel-good video. This year’s Reconquista parade in Spain which marks the anniversary of the last time the Spanish had to push muslim occupiers out of their nation and become self governing again. This bears watching. I suspect with each passing year its meaning will become blurred and eventually it will be a parade marking the new Islamic take-over. Sadly in this video you do not see much of the moor’s being marched out as you do in past parades. In this one if you were not told what it was about, you would never know.

4. Building destroyed by explosion in Minneapolis where experts claim it will take “weeks to know the cause if we ever will” is already being demolished in record time. Meanwhile, here in Ottawa, a block of buildings was destroyed by fire on Beechwood and there is still a burned out three story husk of the apartments 3 years later or more and not a sign of a backhoe yet.

5. Europe is slowly strangling the life out of national democracy

    “The age of party democracy has passed. Although the parties themselves remain, they have become so disconnected from the wider society, and pursue a form of competition that is so lacking in meaning, that they no longer seem capable of sustaining democracy in its present form.”

6. Sweden: Knife attacks and gunshot wounds on the rise

(Clearly the Handicapper General in Sweden needs to add more weights to people’s right hands)

7. Caroline Glick does brilliant if irrelevant deconstruction of the Obama/Clinton obsequious report on Benghazi in the New York Times.

Thank you M, Richard, ML, and all who sent in material. More to follow.

About Eeyore

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

9 Replies to “News links for Jan 3 2014 – 2”

  1. #1 & 4 It could have been gas but they are moving too quickly to destroy the remains, any forensic evidence that hasn’t already been collected won’t be. It could have been gas but given the amount of destruction the smell of gas would have been very plain.

    #5 This is what the EU was designed to do.

  2. In relation to Glick’s article I was thinking that although any rational person knows what really happened and that the frothing mobs were just the aftermath, in light of what we do know about the effects of these types of catalysts such as the video or the preacher burning the Korans with enough mass media about these events it would be a laugh to promote hundreds and thousands of these types of events,using loud speakers and tv channels all over the Islamic countries and just sit back and watch as they all scream themselves into oblivion as their heads burst in the greatest blast of mass hysterical suicide in history. Oh to dream

  3. re:#1 . . .via MyFoxTwinCities:


    VICTIMS DIDN’T SMELL GAS

    Two victims of the explosion spoke to reporters from the HCMC hospital beds on Friday.

    Abdi Qoby said the explosion took out the entire wall in his apartment. He added there was no smell of natural gas before the blast. Hersi Hassan said the fire left him with nothing: No money, no documents and no home.

  4. #1 If the government does want to admit we have a homegrown jihadi problem and that Muslim immigration is a mistake, they have a courses of action open to them.

    The could admit that homegrown jihad is a problem and restrict Muslims immigration or

    they can have the FBI, CIA & DOD hold seminars for the jihadis teaching them how to safely build homemade bombs so there won;t be any premature detonations.

    Which option will the government take?

  5. Conflicting details between sources for #1

    “Family members identified the two people not accounted for as Mrimri Farah, said to be about 60 years old, and Ahmad Ali, 57, who shared an apartment. . . .She said Ali lived in Apartment No. 6 on the second floor. – via StarTribune
    vs.

    “Family members believe the two were living together on the third floor.”

    -via KTTC.com

  6. “The age of party democracy has passed. Although the parties themselves remain, they have become so disconnected from the wider society, and pursue a form of competition that is so lacking in meaning, that they no longer seem capable of sustaining democracy in its present form.”

    Are you sure this doesn’t describe the US? The Republicans are compromising on so much I’d swear they were Dems.

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