News links for Feb. 17 2014 – 2

1. Two bombs went off in Sweden in and around the area of Malmo, Sweden’s most enriched-with-islam area.

The crime has been labelled as as an attempt at public devastation (allmänfarlig ödeläggelse) and a forensic investigation is underway.

Police say there is no connection between the two simultaneous blasts.

2. The British female terror groupies queuing up to marry jihad fighters in Syria

An increasing number of British women are travelling to war-torn Syria to marry jihadists from the UK, with some seeing them as leading a ‘perfect life’.

Many are thought to be marrying jihadists on the internet, as strict Islamic code forbids unmarried women to travel alone, according to researchers at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King’s College, London.

3. A number of days ago, Oz-Rita translated an interesting video from A french Youtube commenter who gives his opinion on world affairs from his car. He seems to be of Algerian or Arab descent but has a solid grip on issues in France today.

Oz-Rita noticed in one of his clips about that Anti-semitic French ‘comedian’ who invented and spreads a kind of inverted Nazi-Salute so it gets by the authorities, a segment where he explains why he doesn’t attack Jews in his Youtube postings. She felt it was worth sharing with us.

4. 30,000 sub-Saharan migrants awaiting border crossing attempt

In wake of Ceuta tragedy police say immigrants coordinate mass assaults on fences

5. “Ten rapes a day in Belgium” 

Last year 2,866 rapes were reported to the police in Belgium. The figure includes 195 gang rapes. 689 instances of sexual violence in the family were also reported.

Research, however, shows that 90% of victims of sexual violence fail to report the abuse.


Thank you UK Pete, Fjordman, and all. More to come.


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

10 Replies to “News links for Feb. 17 2014 – 2”

  1. 1/ Work-related accidents. No connection, no-no, uh-uh.

    2/ And they’re not all dogs, doesn’t compute-

    3/ Guy is terrific!

    4/ Belgium – stick a fork in.

  2. Bomb attacks in Baghdad and southern Iraq city kill 49

    Bombs exploded in predominantly Shi’ite Muslim districts of the Iraqi capital and in the southern city of Hilla on Tuesday, killing at least 49 people, police and hospital sources said.

    No group immediately claimed responsibility for any of the attacks, but Shi’ites are a target for Sunni Islamist insurgents who have been regaining ground in Iraq over the past year and overran several towns in recent weeks.

    Hilla police chief, Major General Abbas Abid, blamed groups linked to al Qaeda.

    “Al Qaeda terrorist groups stand behind today’s attacks in Hilla to confuse the security forces and cause high casualties among civilians,” he said. “They are criminals and they never get enough of innocent blood”.

    […]In Tuesday’s attacks, 35 people were killed in seven car bomb explosions inside Hilla, 100 km (60 miles) south of Baghdad, and the nearby towns of Haswa, Mahaweel and Mussayab. At least 90 people were wounded.

    video Hilla IRAQ – Feb 18 2014

  3. ERETZ ZEN youtube channel : Istanbul May 2013 Leaked Video of French Ambassador Dispute with SNC

    This is a leaked video from May 2013 showing French ambassador to Syria, Eric Chevallier, having an argument with members of the “Syrian National Coalition” in Istanbul, Turkey. The French ambassador tells the SNC that they do not deserve the efforts that they have made. There was some argument about not acting on an agreement. There were also accusations of insults and shouting made by the ambassador to one of the SNC members. The video also shows how some were concerned with the weapon supply being cut off due to the latest stance by the French.

  4. Deutshe Welle – video – Saudi Arabia: In Saudi Arabia, women are forbidden from driving and from appearing in public without a male guardian. Madiha al Ajroush has defied that ban. The photographer and activist is a veteran of the campaign to lift the ban on women’s driving. She’s often frustrated by the slow pace of change in her country, both in popular attitudes and in laws.

  5. U.S. warship runs aground en route to Sochi

    One of the U.S. Navy ships that was tasked to the Black Sea in case of emergency at the Olympic Games in Sochi never made it — it ran aground as it was pulling into Turkey, a senior U.S. military official said

    The USS Taylor has been out of commission for about a week, NBC reported.

    The Taylor, a guided-missile frigate, was supposed to serve as an emergency evacuation vessel for Americans in case of a terror attack at the Olympics.

    It pulled into Samsun, Turkey, last Wednesday for a regular port of call but ran aground. The prop was damaged, and it’s still at port, as inspectors look for more damage, NBC said.

    The ship is “inoperable for now,” and it’s not known how long it will stay at the port, a senior military official said, to NBC.

  6. For those who believe there is no connectino between the two bombings I have some swampland in the middle of the Sahara I want to sell are you interested?

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