News links for March 25 2014 – 1

1. Sonia Bailey does another excellent article for American Thinker. On the too-oft used phrase, ‘The prophet Mohamed’ by media and non-muslims.

Casually repeating the phrase The Prophet Mohammed, instead of Islam’s Prophet Mohammed, on television to millions upon millions of viewers, cements this phrase into their consciousness until eventually the phrase metamorphoses into a mantra or meme, a term coined by zoologist and atheist Richard Dawkins

2. Egypt puts another 600 tards on ice. Not so much in a Disney way though.

An Egyptian court has opened another mass trial of Islamist suspects today with 683 defendants – including the Muslim Brotherhood’s top leader – facing an array of charges, from murder and inciting violence to sabotage.

The proceedings in Minya, south of Cairo, came a day after the same court handed down death sentences to 529 suspected backers of ousted President Mohammed Morsi over a deadly attack on a police station.

That verdict, which capped a swift, two-day mass trial in which defence attorneys were not allowed to present their case, drew wide public and international criticism.

3. Malaysia Airlines cockpit transcript: no hint of trouble

4. Geert Wilders responds to critics over his statements about less Moroccans.

(I understand completely how his critics feel. I think every one of those people who disagree with what Mr. Wilders feels should open their doors and admit 2 or more Muslim Moroccans to come live at their homes for as long as they want and at the expense of the home owner. That will teach The Netherlands a thing or two! Teach by example I always say)

5. Here is a link to a fairly good video which explains DDOS attacks and various other kinds of attacks used on counter-jihad sites recently, which many of you have noticed has resulted in outages of many sites for a short time.

6. Footage emerges of ‘trapped’ Saudi princesses

7. The French Islamic terrorist who killed four Jews and three soldiers two years ago in southern France was part of an al-Qaida connection, the daily paper Le Parisien revealed on Friday. J-Post story linked here.

8. French Jew Brutally Assaulted in Paris

A Jewish teacher was savagely beaten by a group of Arab men in a brutal anti-Semitic attack in Paris, according to the Bureau for National Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism (BNVCA).

The attackers – who shouted “death to the Jews” and “filthy Jew” during the assault – broke the victim’s nose and drew a swastika on his chest after tearing open his shirt.

9. Sharia law for wills – and then what?

Even before we consider the technical issues surrounding the drafting of wills and gender discrimination inherent in Sharia inheritance provisions, the Law Society seems to be endorsing different sets of a laws for different groups of people. The idea of equality before the law is being dangerously undermined.

In Britain, unless you draw up a will, your estate on death will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy. I accept that people can do whatever they want with their assets, and it has always been the case that a lawyer must follow the client’s instructions. But this guidance legitimises discrimination towards women, “illegitimate” and adopted children, and non-Muslim partners or offspring who may be the result of inter-marriage.

Thank you Fjordman, Don L, M, UK Pete, and all who sent in material. More to come. Looking for footage on item 8. Jews attacked in France by tards for being Jews is probably not even news anymore in France from what Oz-Rita tells us.

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

13 Replies to “News links for March 25 2014 – 1”

  1. #1 The question is, why, why, why are the western Media responding in a deeply hypnotic trance to Islam? Because it is exactly the same nature of the bitch that runs their offices. There is no masculinity in Islam. It is all phoney and pretend. Socialism is the collectivism of all such anti-men ideals to emasculate the male. This is the ultimate fulfilment, of a new identity transending that of Original Man. What can a Muslim father communicate to his son, except a life of submission. All that is remaining is the urge to reproduce, the urgent call of the body knowing it is dying. It is a base-level sexual-survival instinct.

    So no matter how a little girl is raped, by outlaw in the street or within Shariah Law in the home, the female-form dominates the moon-worshippers’ every thought and scheme.

    Islam therefore has a massive pass. British Newspaper Guardian Readers are hypnotically paralysed. The debased male par-excellence walks through their door unhindered as would be a group of LBGTQ, their female-swish of the robes and scented hair, tantalizing, their ‘macho-diss’ (ready to be offended like any down-town bro’s on bicycles) exciting the air, a brotherhood of weaklings of vanity heavily into submission and proving they’re not.

    It is this spirit the Liberals embrace, their women already ahead of them in joining Islam by conversion into the power of being sexed and drawing any last exlixier of conscience out of men. The king maker is the king. Women are powerful. The Muslim is femaled, his every thought preoccupied with his fear of her independence and clear superiority over them. The little boys turned by their mothers into human bombs for the cause to make more fe-men. The utopia of the Caliphate brings many who wish to ride such a beast, that transcends Socialism as mearely the denial of men, into the death of their very souls.

    The Communists watch. The women are filled. Their day is yet to come, when the State takes their offspring telling them they do not belong to them. But that is the next chapter. We are in this one for now. Allah akbar: “God has my balls”.

  2. Suspected Gulnara Karimova letter smuggled to BBC (BBC, March 25, 2014)

    “Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of Uzbekistan’s president, used to be one of the most powerful people in Central Asia. Last year she fell from grace – but remained active online until five weeks ago. Since then, she has been silent.

    The long rambling letter in my inbox is littered with signs of distress. “I am under severe psychological pressure, I have been beaten, you can count bruises on my arms,” reads one line.

    Another paragraph describes a life under house arrest, daily threats and constant observation from cameras and police.

    The letter was sent from Uzbekistan, one of the world’s most isolated and repressive states…”

  3. Gunmen attack Afghan election office in Kabul (BBC, March 25, 2014)

    “The Taliban have launched a gun and bomb attack on an office of the Afghan election commission in Kabul, less than two weeks before presidential polls.

    Two policemen were killed and two others wounded in the battle with the insurgents, the interior ministry said, adding that five gunmen were also dead.

    There were no immediate reports of casualties among election workers.

    The Taliban, who have vowed to disrupt the 5 April vote and are boycotting it, said they carried out the attack.

    Reports said fighting was still going on, four hours after it began…”

  4. Cultural enrichment knocking on UK’s doors.

    “First Syrians reach UK in refugee resettlement scheme (BBC, March 25, 2014)

    “The first group of Syrian refugees has arrived in the UK under a government scheme to take in some of the most vulnerable victims of the conflict.

    The Home Office expects “several hundred” Syrians to arrive as part of the Vulnerable Persons Relocation (VPR) scheme over the next three years.

    It refused to say how many were in the first group, but press reports suggested it was “around 10 to 20″.

    The Refugee Council said the move could transform and even save lives.

    About 3,800 Syrians have sought asylum in the UK since Syria’s conflict began….”

  5. Yemen kidnap victims ‘freed’ in capital Sanaa (BBC, March 25, 2014)

    “Security forces have freed two UN employees kidnapped by gunmen in Yemen’s capital Sanaa, reports say.

    Earlier, the pair was seized from their car in the Hada neighbourhood, where several embassies are located.

    At least one of those kidnapped is thought to be Italian. The pair was said to be “in good health”.

    Kidnapping is common in Yemen, where the government is struggling to contain an al-Qaeda-linked insurgency and a separatist movement.

    In February, a Czech doctor, a German, a British oil worker and a British teacher were also seized.

    Hostage-taking in Yemen is sometimes carried out by militants aiming to intimidate Westerners, and sometimes by opportunists hoping to sell hostages on to other groups, but most commonly as a tactic by tribesmen to resolve disputes with the government, observers say….”

  6. U.S. says carrying out Egypt’s death sentences would be ‘unconscionable’

    The United States said on Tuesday that it would be “unconscionable” for Egypt to carry out the death sentences given to 529 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood by an Egyptian court.

    “Imposing the death penalty on 529 defendants after a two-day trial would be unconscionable,” State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told a briefing, adding that the United States is currently assessing its aid policy toward Egypt.

  7. Aldo video on secularism and the rapid growth of Islam starts at 4 mins. Then he compares France with the UK. Makes sense, particularly his point about leaving, suitcase or coffin.

  8. That’s right. The flower of Arab talk, what they do best.

    All those epithets do serve to ramp-up the fear of adversary, but can’t work wonders.

    In the ancient epic poems. it serves as a rhetorical device, to extend a character’s name added weight, importance — an “aural aura”, you might say (if you were a punning jerk).

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