News links for March 15 2014 – 1

1. Thailand: Muslims shoot Buddhist teacher, then douse her in gasoline and set her on fire

worldnotonlyforMuslims“She is apparently a victim of the insurgency, not personal issues, because the suspects scattered fliers with anti-Buddhist messages before they fled.” World attention, however, focuses entirely on Muslims as victims of unprovoked (that is, according to the mainstream media narrative) Buddhist aggression. In that narrative, Muslims are the victims of unprovoked aggression the world over. Non-Muslims gratuitously decided to attack them for no reason whatsoever. What is remarkable about this ludicrous narrative is how widely it is believed.

“Muslim insurgents shoot then set on fire Buddhist teacher in Thailand,” by Cheryl K. Chumley for the Washington Times, March 14 (thanks to Twostellas):

A 42-year-old Buddhist teacher on her way to school in southern Thailand on Friday was targeted and shot twice in the head, then doused in gasoline and set on fire by suspected Muslim insurgents.

2. Spain: jihadist cell dismantled between Spain and Morocco

(ANSAmed) – MADRID, MARCH 14 – Seven people belonging to a cell that sent jihadists to the war in Syria and in other conflict zones were arrested in Melilla, Malaga and Morocco by agents of the general intelligence commissioner of the Spanish police and Moroccan security services.

3. Canadian Armed Forces completes military mission in Afghanistan

(Now it is down to the bookies to see how fast it reverts to a total Iranian run horror show of murder, rape, sodomy of young boys and total disenfranchisement of women)

4. When Free Speech isn’t free (Article necessary to make sense of the video)

5. Saudi demands Qatar shut down Al Jazeera: Source

Saudi Arabia demanded that Qatar shut down Al Jazeera and two think tanks during a recent meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council, a source close to someone who attended the talks told AFP Friday.

Riyadh demanded the closure of the pan-Arab broadcaster as well as the Brookings Doha Center and the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, the source said on condition of anonymity.

After the reportedly heated March 5 GCC meeting, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates recalled their ambassadors from fellow member Qatar, which they accuse of interfering in their internal affairs and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood.

6. Jordanians protest at Israeli embassy demanding end of peace treaty with Israel due to shooting of Jordanian who  attacked Israeli personnel at the border.

7. Malaysia Airliner Communications Shut Down Separately, US Officials Say

Two U.S. officials tell ABC News the U.S. believes that the shutdown of two communication systems happened separately on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. One source said this indicates the plane did not come out of the sky because of a catastrophic failure.

(Videos at that site are interesting at the time of posting this)

8. Nigeria Boko Haram: ‘Hundreds’ attack Maiduguri

Self-defence groups in Maiduguri (14/03/14) After the attack, self-defence groups went looking for suspected militants
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Nigeria under attack

Hundreds of militants have staged a multi-pronged attack on the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, witnesses say.

On entering the city, the attackers split into smaller groups – heading for the barracks, the university and an area where civil servants live.

The assault on the barracks was an attempt by the attackers to free colleagues held there, a military spokesman said.

Militants suspected to be from Boko Haram have killed 500 people this year.

(I wonder where the directive comes from to call muslims who slaughter the innocent and attack soft targets with explosives and weaponry without notice or declaration of war, “militants” while often referring to the EDL and similar groups as “Far right wing extremists”)

Thank you M, Yucki, Fjordman, Richard, Wrath of Khan, and many more. Stand by for further posts.

 

About Eeyore

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

6 Replies to “News links for March 15 2014 – 1”

  1. The 42 years experienced Buddhist woman,
    Was more manly than the 72-virgined whore
    more manly than the sexual invert
    More manly that his ‘score’.

    The degrees of detachment from the man
    (Where maleness has no contrition)
    Are the ways removed from heaven’s land
    Into one of prone submission.

    The “father is in me;” not
    Their mother’s calling bellow
    Fills their pride like moth
    To consume her as a petal
    And envious of others’ blight
    Lest they free her from their metal.

    Her guilt,her rage, her resentment hate
    Forces her to submit
    All is rosey and replete
    If he’s not found out, a git.

    So she’ll defend Dishonest-Sue
    The enablers and their messiahs
    Until the world is split in two
    The liars and the liers.

  2. VICE – Miss Camel Beauty Contest

    The desert may be one of the last places on Earth you’d expect to find a beauty pageant. But on Christmas Day, while you were busy testing the limits of your digestive system, VICE’s Charlet Duboc was traipsing through sand dunes in Abu Dhabi’s remote Western Region, all in the name of beauty.

    In the West, we think nothing of beauty contests for dogs, horses, flowers, even women. But the leggy, doe-eyed lovelies on parade here are of the four-legged variety, and are judged on such criteria as having a nice firm pair of ears and floppy lips. Just like supermodels, at the height of their careers camels can command millions of dollars. Who knew?

    While the super-car or the SUV has replaced the camel as the most popular means of transportation in the modern Emirates, the animal retains an important place in the nation’s heart. “Beautiful camel” may strike you as something of an oxymoron. But many a bedouin or sheikh will think nothing of dropping up to $3 million dollars on a so-called prized beauty, in the hope that she’ll bring home the coveted Bayraq—the fairest camel in the land. In this episode of The VICE Guide to Travel, Charlet finds herself the only woman in the desert, looking for the elusive beauty in the beast.

  3. EEyore : (I wonder where the directive comes from to call muslims who slaughter the innocent and attack soft targets with explosives and weaponry without notice or declaration of war,

    The mosque.

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