1. Australia needs to get its priorities in order. The expression, ‘charity begins at home’ is an important one.
2. Galia Watch has a few posts on how the traditional french public is staging a successful counter-revolution agains the socialist and suicidal left now in control of France.
3. Eight killed in Tunis as police raid militant cell
Police say they tried to capture the militants alive
Eight people, including one policeman, have been killed in a police raid on militants in Tunis.
The shooting started when police tried to storm a house in the seaside suburb of Raoued on Monday afternoon.
Tunisian security forces have fought a long campaign against Islamist militants over the last two years.
Mujeeb ur Rehman Bhutto, the party’s Commonwealth spokesman, organised a visit to a mosque for Ukip leader Nigel Farage and helped canvass in a key by-election in which the party came close to gaining its first MP.
But – in the latest embarrassment for the party – the 35-year-old has admitted being the ‘boss’ of a high-profile gang which struck in Karachi in 2004, in a kidnapping that netted him a £56,000 ransom payment.
(If I may offer this request to readers. When you call Apple tech support, as I understand it, on a near weekly basis, please make sure no matter why you are calling them, you voice your profound displeasure at the revelations, both that Apple admits to as well as the ones that have been leaked, at how Apple.Ltd betrays all of its customers with a grotesque amount of surveillance software they install into the equipment you buy from them and theoretically own, which everyone knows you would not have bought had you known.)
With all the hype surrounding Apple’s highly anticipated software update last fall, a few major privacy features got lost in the media buzz — including a location feature that records nearly every place you go.
The release of iOS 7 last September dramatically altered the look and feel of the iPhone operating system, making it the perfect opportunity for Apple to bury new location-data recording features deep in the software’s settings.
This is what happens with Muslim immigration.
A dog was found crucified and hanging up side down from a cross at the Rotunda in Mosta, Malta. Later a cat was also found crucified and hanging up side down from the cross on St Philip’s statue, also in Mosta. This former British colony in the Mediterranean Sea was under Islamic occupation between AD 870 and 1090 when it was liberated by the Norman Kingdom of Sicily. Muslims still regard it as Islamic territory and want to re-occupy it and force everyone to convert, pay jizya or die.
A Muslim charged with and videotaped pouring gasoline on a gay club and setting it on fire was an “Arab Cultural Ambassador” for the State Department when it hosted visiting Iraqi “journalists” in Seattle. Quick, somebody alert 50 Cent that it’s time to update “In Da Club.” In Al-Klub, Habibi.
Anti-Gay Arsonist/State Dept 9/11 Arab Cultural Ambassador, Musab Masmari Posin’ . . .
Anti-Gay Arsonist/State Dept 9/11 Arab Cultural Ambassador, Musab Masmari Pourin’ Da Gasoline . . .