News links for March 2 2014 – 2

1. Nigeria blasts kill many

At least 35 people were killed following two explosions in a crowded neighbourhood of Nigeria’s restless northeastern city of Maiduguri, a stronghold of Boko Haram Islamists, police said Sunday.

2. Canada considers expelling Russian ambassador as Ukraine crisis continues

3. ‘US pressuring Israel to stop killing Iran nuclear scientists’ 

CBS News reports that Obama administration officials want an end to the targeted killings, believed by many to be the work of Mossad.

Prime Minister Netanyahu and US President Obama meet at the Oval Office, September 30, 2013.

Prime Minister Netanyahu and US President Obama meet at the Oval Office, September 30, 2013. Photo: Koby Gideon/GPO

The United States is reportedly pressuring Israel to stop assassinating Iranian nuclear scientists, a number of whom have been mysteriously killed in a campaign thought to be carried out by

4. Russian military in Crimea:

5. Tard patrols face off with British patrols enforcing the right to British culture and British law in Britain

Thank you M, Shabnam, Yucki, and all. More to come including some great footage of Ezra Levant in Denmark accepting an award for his activism on Free Speech. Ready tonight if all goes well.

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12 Replies to “News links for March 2 2014 – 2”

  1. Hello there……its me again…….Don Laird.

    So now the Muslims in the Crimea know the fear of watching storm clouds roll and boil on the horizon.

    Muslims?…Crimean Muslims?…….deport the Muslims. Full stop, period, end of story.

    As for the rest of the civilians in the area, I have not one shred of joy or exuberance for what they face, for what surrounds them.

    If this slips its leash, if this breaks the levy, if this gets loose from its chains it will be madness on an unimaginable scale and hundreds, perhaps thousands, perhaps millions will die.

    It will be as it always is.

    It will be the unspeakable suffering and agony of the weakest, the defenseless, the old, the frail, the children and the women.

    It will be the destruction of homes, towns and cities. it will be starvation, malnutrition, death, murder and every waking minute of cold, terrorizing fear.

    Mass graves will be dug and will, with the politically inconvenient and the enemies of the state, be filled to the brim.

    There will be rape, pillaging, looting, robbery, mass murder, torture and a list of crimes against the innocent that will make a mockery of anything resembling human rights.

    And in its wake, when the dust has settled, when the blood and tears have dried, when the orphanages are topped up, when the mass graves have been unearthed and their contents cataloged, when the rubble has been cleared away, when the funerals are complete and the streets are no longer lined with miles of long black cars, when we have entertained ourselves with the spectacle of post masters become monsters as they stand, shackled, with heads hung low in dockets, the objects of another Nuremberg spectacle, we will change the channel and busy ourselves with the amnesia of the masses.

    The more things change, the more things stay the same…….meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

    By the way…….I wonder if the Ukrainian officer corps ever heard of Stalin’s old picnic ground, The Katyn Forest. I hear Putin may be putting a little basket of snacks together for a lovely afternoon of sunshine and politically expedient potato salad.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

  2. RUSSIA -Thousands march in pro-invasion rally in Moscow

    MOSCOW — Thousands marched freely through Moscow on yesterday in support of Russia using military force in neighboring Ukraine, while at an anti-invasion protest nearby dozens were detained.

    Russian state television ratcheted up its pro-invasion rhetoric over the weekend and showed what it claimed were buses full of refugees pouring across the Ukrainian border, fleeing what anchors call the “fascist thugs” who took power after Russia-leaning President Viktor Yanukovych fled the country last week after months of protest.

    At least 10,000 people waving Russian flags rallied in central Moscow. Some dressed in Soviet military uniforms and shouted slogans like “Fascism will not pass!” and “No to Nazism!” — evoking parallels with the repulsion of Hitler’s troops from Ukraine in World War II.

  3. RUSSIA – Dozens Arrested at Moscow Antiwar Protest

    Moscow police have arrested dozens of people protesting against military intervention in Ukraine.

    The Interfax news agency quoted police as saying 40 people were detained for “attempts to violate public order” at a protest near the Defense Ministry in central Moscow.

    Ovdinfo, a rights group that tracks arrests at demonstrations, put the number of detentions at 100.

    Antiwar protesters also gathered at a separate demonstration on Manezhnaya square close to the Kremlin and Red Square, which police cordoned off and blocked with parked buses.

    video – anti war protest Moscow

  4. Gunmen Kill French National in Benghazi (nbcnews, March 2, 2014)
    “Gunmen killed a Frenchman and wounded an Egyptian in separate attacks in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi on Sunday, security sources said, as insecurity threatens to overwhelm the North African nation. At the same time, in the capital, Tripoli, protesters stormed parliament to demand the dissolution of the General National Congress (GNC), shooting and wounding two lawmakers and beating others. Many Libyans blamed the GNC and the government for the chaos that persists three years after Muammar Gaddafi’s overthrow. A security official named the Frenchman killed in Benghazi as Patrice Real, who worked for a company upgrading a large hospital. “He was killed with three shots,” the official said. The French Foreign Ministry condemned the killing as “odious and cowardly” and called for its perpetrators to be identified. In other attacks in Benghazi, gunmen wounded an Egyptian grocery worker and a Libyan police officer, a security source said….”

  5. Fire destroys Jersey City mosque

    Thick plumes of smoke and intense flames rip through a mosque in Jersey City, New Jersey. The two-alarm fire broke out just before 6:00 AM Friday morning. It took firefighters about an hour to bring it under control. Aerials from a news helicopter show firefighters on the roof of the Al-Tawheed Islamic Center. They used sledgehammers to break through windows to let the smoke escape. Local media is reporting no one was hurt in the blaze. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

  6. Women teachers told not to apply for jobs at UK Muslim school

    An Islamic boy’s school in Leicester, central England, advertised for a new science teacher but ruled out any female applicants. Secular campaigners are saying this is the latest example of religious practices being accommodated in the education system.

    […]Capita initially argued that discrimination in this case was permissible under exceptions to the Equality Act, which permits religious organizations to discriminate on grounds of sexual orientation and gender if a “genuine occupation requirement” can be established and where an employer is seeking to comply with strongly held religious convictions of a significant number of its followers.

    […]Meanwhile, three Muslim schools in London, Lancashire and Leicester, respectively, were found to be forcing Muslim girls as young as 11 to wear the full face covering veil in 2010.

  7. Hello there……its me again……Don Laird….

    I like Martin……his contributions are voluminous and relevant.

    Keep up the good work Martin.

    I’ve poured a brandy and am now getting into the Vice/Afghan Army video.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

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