News links for Feb. 25 2014 – 3

1. Boy, 9, found hanged ‘was bullied for being white’

A boy of nine who was found hanged is believed to have killed himself after he was ‘bullied for being white’ by an Asian gang at school.

Aaron Dugmore – thought to be one of the youngest children in the UK to commit suicide – was discovered in his bedroom after being tormented for months, his parents said.

2. Czech Muslims call for ban on book by apostate

Former Muslim has allegedly stolen documents from Brno mosque

Prague, Feb. 24 (?TK) — Muslims in the Czech Republic are trying to have the book Islam and Islamism by Lukáš Lho?an, a former Muslim, now an apostate from Islam, banned, weekly Týden writes today.

Islam and Islamism, released in 2011, describes Czech Muslims’ extremism, but representatives of the mosques in Prague and Brno say the book promotes hatred, Týden writes.

3. Terry Jones plans another koran burning for 9-11-2014

4. Spanish authorities demand that Spanish border guards not use reasonable means to stop invaders from breaking in to Spain

5. Vulnerable children ‘sold as prostitutes and plied with drugs and alcohol’ by 22-year-old woman who ‘pretended they were her sisters’

She is jointly charged with Kareem Ahmed, 30, from Manor, Sheffield, of trafficking a ninth victim within the UK for sexual exploitation.

(I wonder why her hair is covered in all the pictures of Ms. Spencer? Probably nothing)

6. 100% rise in Palestinian “family honor” killings

7. Children are being trafficked between towns in the UK

A view from a car of a man and a young girl on a street at  night POSED BY MODELS

‘Internal movement’ is used to control the sexual exploitation and trafficking of children and young people. Photograph: Jack Carey/Alamy

The number of UK-born children identified as being trafficked for sexual exploitation more than doubled last year, according to figures released earlier this month by the National Crime Agency (NCA). The 155% rise is in the number of children and adults referred to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) – a process set up by the government to identify and support victims of trafficking in the UK. It is used by voluntary and statutory agencies to refer individuals they suspect have been trafficked.

8. Remember when Democrats sounded like this and inspired these kinds of things?


Thank you UK Pete, Fjordman, LenaN, and all who sent in material. More to come. Sorry about that.

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12 Replies to “News links for Feb. 25 2014 – 3”

  1. #8 I remember those times will, that was before the far left took over the Democats.

    #7 I hope the current government of Britain doesn’t use this as an excuse to force people to use internal passports.

  2. #1 A 9 year old except in extreme cases has not hit puberty yet. As Eeyore has pointed at suicide by a person of this age is virtually unheard of.

  3. Richard, you are right :/

    #7 I never thought of it.

    They will make the problem worse by inaction on immigration and prosecution and then enact the internal controls. You know they will.

    My day just got worse.

  4. @Blue, sorry about that I have been hearing rumors that Obama is trying to figure a way to force the internal passports down our throats, no articles on the subject just rumors. That made me think that since Britain is slightly further down the authoritarian path then the US them may take advantage of this issue to go even further down that path.

  5. EGYPT – The charges brought against Malik Obama by Dr. Sadek Raouf Ebeid and his attorney in Egypt have now been brought to the attention of tens of millions of Arabs, via el Qahera wal nas (Egypt and its people).

  6. TURKEY – Demonstrators have gathered in Istanbul’s central Taksim Square as well as in central Ankara to protest against Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government.

    Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Turkey’s two main cities for the second consecutive dayin protest against Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government after corruption allegations against the prime minister surfaced.

    Demonstrators gathered in Istanbul’s central Taksim Square as well as in central Ankara.

    It followed protests the previous day in six Turkish cities – Istanbul, Ankara, Trabzon, Sakarya, Izmir and Eskisehir.

    Wednesday’s protests were organised by the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) after leaked recordings of Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and his son allegedly discussing how to hide large sums of money became public late Monday.

    Erdogan has angrily dismissed the recordings as a “vile attack” by political rivals, but that did not seem to convince protesters, who chanted “There are thieves!” and “Government resign!”

    Demonstrators also shouted “Everywhere is bribery! Everywhere is corruption!”, a play on a popular chant often heard during the huge anti-government protests that took over the Taksim Square in June, “Everywhere is Taksim! Everywhere resistance!”

    On Tuesday, protesters burnt barricades and threw fireworks and rocks at police officers in Istanbul. Police fired plastic bullets and tear gas.

    Mustafa Sarigul, CHP’s candidate for Istanbul mayor – the biggest prize in the March 30 elections – called on the government to resign and the media of the “democratic world” to demonstrate what was happening in the country.

    Party officials handed out fake money amounting to 30 million euros ($A41 million) – a reference to the leaked recordings – before the crowd dispersed without any violence.

    In one recording, Erdogan’s son Bilal can supposedly be heard saying some 30 million euros remains to be disposed of.

    The conversations were said to have taken place on December 17, when a high-level corruption probe implicating key Erdogan allies erupted

  7. BBC – Wednesday in the European Parliament

    10:04: The final debate of the morning is on the current state of EU-Switzerland relations.

    10:05: Earlier this month the Swiss voted in a referendum to curb immigration.

    10:06: In retaliation, the EU has suspended talks with Switzerland over its participation in EU research and education programmes.

    10:14: Italian MEP Mario Borghezio interrupts the session.

    10:14: “Let’s put an end to EU dictatorship. Respect the Swiss referendum,” he says.

    10:15: Mr Borghezio – who continues to wave the Swiss flag as he is ushered out of the chamber – is a member of Italy’s eurosceptic Lega Nord party, and currently sits as a non-attached MEP.

    10:16: He was previously a member of the EFD group in the European Parliament before being expelled last year after comments he made about Italy’s Congolese-born Integration Minister.

    10:36: Philip Claeys, an MEP from Belgium’s right-wing Vlaams Belang party, says the EU is showing its “authoritarian nature” by criticising the Swiss referendum. “This has nothing to do with xenophobia, this is a return to common sense,” he adds.


    Italian MEP protests during EU-Swiss debate

    Brandishing a Swiss flag, Borghezio, who is a member of the populist, anti-immigration Northern League, interrupted the debate by shouting: “Yes to the referendum! Yes to the people’s freedom!

    “Enough of European dictatorship over the people!” he added in Italian and French, before being sternly asked to leave the chamber.

  8. Yucki I can understand the reaction, if it hadn’t been for Kennedy we would have the big ring space stations of SF, Luna City and towns on Mars by now. That alone is enough to blacken his memory for anyone who loves science fiction.

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