News links for April 3 2014 – 2

1. Entire Farage – Clegg debate from yesterdays BBC broadcast.

2. Iranians forced to give up building at 650 Park Ave. as payment to 911 victims.

(Rather good proof that Iran was part and parcel of the planning and execution of the 911 attacks)

Real estate of a building located at 650 5th Avenue in Manhattan on Monday, September 16, 2013. A judge ruled Monday that the Feds can seize a 36-story office tower on a prime spot along Fifth Avenue worth an estimated $500 to $700 million to pay off family members of those who died in terror attacks including 9/11 and the 1993 bombing of the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks in Lebanon. (Anthony DelMundo/New York Daily News)ANTHONY DELMUNDO/NEW YORK DAILY NEWSTerrorism victims are near a deal with the feds to distribute the assets of $500 million office tower at 650 Fifth Ave.

Terrorism victims are celebrating a concrete victory in their decades-long quest to hold Iran accountable for its role in the 9/11 attacks and other horrific incidents.

They won the right last week to seize a $500 million Midtown office tower linked to Iran and are near a deal with the feds to distribute the assets of the property, lawyers said.

3. Some quotes from Allen West’s new book:

4. At this moment, 3:38 EST, Sderot Israel is being hit with Qassams.

More at Gates of Vienna

5. Would you let this man operate on your brain?

Thank you Bains, Shabnam, Richard, GoV, EDL Buck and UK pete. More later.

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

24 Replies to “News links for April 3 2014 – 2”

  1. Yemen suicide attack on Aden army base leaves 11 dead (BBC, Apr 2, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-26849738

    “Militants have killed at least six soldiers and two civilians in a raid on an army headquarters in southern Yemen, officials say. The army says a suicide bomber in a bomb-laden car tried to storm the main gate of the base in Aden.

    Militants in a second vehicle attacked the HQ with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons, they said. Al-Qaeda-linked groups have launched a string of attacks on Yemeni army posts in the past two years.

    Hospital officials said at least three assailants also died in the subsequent shootout. A 10-year-old boy was also among the civilian casualties….”

  2. Iraqi military says it killed 40 in thwarted attack against base (CNN, Apr 3, 2014)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/03/world/meast/iraq-violence/index.html

    “Iraqi security forces on Thursday thwarted an attack by an al Qaeda splinter group on a military base in central Iraq, killing 40 gunmen, Iraq’s Interior Ministry said. One Iraqi army officer was killed in the attack by members of the group calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, according to the ministry. The attack happened at a base in Yusufiya, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of the country’s capital, Baghdad. Also Thursday, a car bomb exploded outside a restaurant in northern Iraq, killing at least four people and injuring 13 others, police officials in Tikrit and Kirkuk said….”

  3. Indonesian ‘blood money’ saves maid from Saudi execution

    Indonesia has agreed to pay $1.9 million to stop the impending execution of an Indonesian maid on death row in Saudi Arabia for murder, a minister said Thursday.

    Satinah Binti Jumadi Ahmad was sentenced to death in 2011 for murdering her employer’s wife and stealing money. She was due to be beheaded in the coming days.

    Her case has attracted huge media attention in Indonesia and there was a campaign in recent weeks to stop the execution from going ahead.

    Under Islamic sharia law followed in Saudi Arabia, the family of a victim can settle for “blood money” instead of an execution.

    The family demanded seven million riyal ($1.9 million) but contributions from businesses and a group representing companies that send migrant workers abroad only managed to raise four million.

    Indonesian Security Minister Djoko Suyanto said Thursday that the government had agreed to provide the remaining three million.

    http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/world/a/22365776/indonesian-blood-money-saves-maid-from-saudi-execution/

  4. #1 Nick clegg wants to Nationalize Telecommunications. To set a political tarraff and not the market rate. Commin purpose market indeed.

  5. Oh and by the way……you find me one, just fucking one filthy Muslim festering septic tank of a country that can cast even the slightest shadow on this breathtaking work of musical art………go ahead……..I dare you.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

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

    The Muslim reviews for this next selection are in……

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uPn7_xvj2I

    These are just a bunch of filthy whores who have forgotten their place, with their filthy uncovered sinful heads and their filthy uncovered legs and arms, they need to be beaten within an inch of their lives for their blaspheming sins and then made to see the error of their ways with a good raping then a sodomizing until they bleed rivers (Allah Be Praised)…then they need to have their filthy man tempting vaginas hacked apart, then they need to have their noses and ears sliced off for being such filthy tempting whores…..and then either, for good measure and to please Muhammad and Allah, be stoned to death or have their filthy whore heads cut off……all while we quote peaceful and soothing passages from the Koran…….

    Allah be praised!!!!

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

  7. MONTREAL – March 03 2014 Students flood downtown Montreal to protest austerity measures

    MONTREAL — Six people were arrested by Montreal police on Thursday after thousands of student demonstrators flooded into downtown streets to oppose austerity measures in the last provincial budget.

    A passerby in his 50s was also injured when he was hit by a projectile thrown during the march, police said.

    The demonstration was organized by student group ASSE, which was one of the drivers of protests in 2012 against tuition-fee increases brought in by the government of then premier Jean Charest.

    The unrest caused by the regular marches then are considered to be one of the factors that led to Charest’s defeat in the election that fall which brought in Pauline Marois’ minority Parti Quebecois government.

    Thursday’s protest came days before Quebecers go to the polls and this time Marois was visibly targeted with a number of placards.

    Marois and the PQ had supported student protests in 2012 and she had even marched in a demonstration, banging a pot. PQ members also wore the red square symbol of the student movement during the protests.

    However, many students were dissatisfied with Marois’ solution of lowering the proposed tuition fee increases instead of cancelling them altogether.

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/students-flood-downtown-montreal-to-protest-austerity-measures-1.1760142

  8. Alan west is maturing quite nicely, he is becoming one of the better statesmen in the US and is well on the way to becoming qualified to be President.

  9. China, Turkey Now Tussling for 400 Mystery Men, Women and Children Captive in Thailand

    PHUKET: A tug-of-war is taking place between Turkey and China with the winner claiming 400 mysterious travellers, most of whom are children, now being held captive in Thailand.

    According to human rights groups, the lives of all 400 will be at stake if China wins the tug-of-war. For now, Thailand is holding the would-be refugees that both Turkey and China appear to want.

    The mystery travellers, who arrived in Thailand in three groups last month with the assistance of human traffickers, claim to possess Turkish extraction. Turkey and Australia have been named as their preferred destinations.

    But these people – mostly young families – are suspected of belonging to China’s persecuted Uighur minority. If they are returned to China, their fate is bleak, say the human rights groups.

    Today there were dramatic developments following a report published in the Financial Times from Beijing that China wants the men, women and children returned there as fast as possible.

    Details of their names and fingerprints have already been collected and sent to Ankara. It is not known whether Beijing has also been involved in that process, but it appears unlikely.

    Turkey showed the most immediate interest in the group, dispatching five envoys last month to southern Thailand when the first 220 mysterious arrivals were found in the jungle.

    Two more large groups have since been detected and apprehended.

    http://phuketwan.com/tourism/china-turkey-tussling-400-mystery-men-women-children-captive-thailand-20022/

  10. Martin,
    Ok, so Montreal’s disqualified itself as a qwiki vacation spot _again_.

    I have to get away from here for Patriots’-Day/ Marathon-Monday. I’m not handling the run-up well, I’ve simply got to be elsewhere. Some place relatively close, not physically demanding, and relatively Muslim-free.

  11. China presses Thailand to return Uighur refugees

    But human rights groups, the US, Europe and the UN are urging the Thai government not to send the large group of migrants, including more than 60 children, back to China for fear they will face severe punishment.

    […]Many of the 424 Uighurs being held in Thailand have claimed to be Turkish in order to deny Chinese officials access to them and to facilitate their migration to Turkey or other countries that agree to take them.

    […]Human rights groups say the Uighurs’ best chance of avoiding repatriation to China will be if Turkey agrees to claim them as its citizens and flies them back to Ankara.

    […]The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has provided blankets and some personal hygiene items for the refugees in Thailand but has not had any access to the group in Malaysia.

    “We’re urging the Thai government to allow these people to stay while their claims are assessed by the Turkish authorities and we insist they should eventually be allowed to go wherever they want to,” said Vivian Tan, a Bangkok-based spokesperson for UNHCR.

    https://uyghuramerican.org/article/china-presses-thailand-return-uighur-refugees.html

  12. Yucki:

    Try one of the coastal towns in New Hampshire/Maine. Some staggeringly beautiful places there were the food is so good you wonder what you have been really eating your whole life.

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