News items for April 12 2014 – 2

1. Nigerian senator: ‘135 civilians killed’ in attacks

The attackers are suspected to be from the Islamist Boko Haram movement.

At least 1,500 people, half of them civilian, have been killed in the restive north-eastern region this year, according to Amnesty International.

The organisation blamed both “an increase in attacks by Boko Haram and uncontrolled reprisals by Nigeria’s security forces” for the high death toll.

2. Syria: The government and opposition forces in Syria have accused each other of using poison gas in an attack on a village on Friday.

State-run television blamed the attack on the Nusra Front and said they had information that the jihadist group was planning to attack two more towns.

“There is information that the terrorist Nusra Front released toxic chlorine… leading to the death of two people and causing more than 100 people to suffer from suffocation,” it said.

3. Muslim Brotherhood moves headquarters from London to Austria after Cameron announces terror investigation

(Whatever else the MB has, it certainly pays to have good luggage)

Controversial Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood is moving its headquarters from London to Austria in an apparent attempt to avoid an inquiry into its activities set up by the Prime Minister. The alleged terrorist outfit was expelled from Egypt following last year’s coup there. It recently opened a new international office above a disused kebab shop in Cricklewood, northwest London.

4. This story about cattle grazing in a Western state of the USA, Nevada, may not seem like much on the surface. But when you look at the history of the US government Vs. the rights of the people they represent, it usually turns into a slaughter. WACO etc. Here is a FOX link on the story but it omits some of the truly horrifying and corrupt aspects of it, which, amazingly, it appears that Infowars actually got right and the media is ignoring. I suppose its because it is a Dem. senator who is trying to force Americans off of their ancestral lands for a Chinese solar farm.

Drudge has excellent links on this.

And here is a site with a write up on this event which may help show the potential historical importance of what took place in Nevada today. The sidebar is worth the read as well. These are people I think I would like to know.

Thank you EDL Buck, UK Pete, GoV especially for the Nevada materials. Its hard to stay on top of so much. Thank you all again.

About Eeyore

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

6 Replies to “News items for April 12 2014 – 2”

  1. RE; # 4 This corrupt DemocRAT Senator Mr. Reid feels he can get away with anything with the blessing of the regime of our ‘Dear Leader’. The BLM and the rest of the alphabet agencies get their orders from the top. There is a lot more to this ‘incident’ which will come out soon.

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

    Sometimes Eeyore, you smack one outa the park….

    “Whatever else the MB has, it certainly pays to have good luggage”

    I laughed and laughed and laughed and then peed my pants…..

    By the way..seen Yucki lately?

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Crankville County
    Alberta, Canada

  3. She tried to comment a few times this morning and got frustrated last I saw. This is what happened by the way, to the best of my knowledge. The heartbeat vulnerability, well explained here, as it happens, we have some of the best security available at the moment for the website and the techs are excellent there. But because of a panic patch, as I understand it, that an aspect of word-press did over this vulnerability, changes had to be made and it all works now. yeay! (Thanks SUCURI)

  4. Egypt to introduce smart card for subsidised bread by July

    Egypt will introduce a smart card system for subsidised bread nationwide by July, in an attempt to curb corruption and smuggling, Supplies Minister Khaled Hanafi said on Sunday.

    A pilot scheme was launched in the Suez Canal city of Port Said on Sunday and will be implemented in other cities next week.

    “The new system will … save the subsidies allotted for bread, which cost 22 billion Egyptian pounds ($3.15 billion) a year, from being wasted and leaked,” Hanafi said in a statement.

    Egypt is the world’s largest importer of wheat, purchasing around 10 million tonnes a year, and provides the poor with subsidised loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent.

    Profiteers have exploited the system and many feed bread to livestock because it is cheaper than animal feed.

    The government is under severe financial pressure and spends around a quarter of its budget on subsidies of food, which also cover rice, sugar and oil, and energy.

    Egypt has undergone three years of economic and political turmoil since a popular uprising ousted Hosni Mubarak in 2011.

  5. #4 I have been wondering is we have seen the current version of the Boston Tea Party, the original one took place in 1773 and then two years later the shot heard around the world was fired. The original one caused the people who hadn’t been following the mess to pay attention and to organize, we on this blog have mentioned several times that the current resistance in the US really doesn’t have a leader or much organization. Will this cause people to start th8inking an organizing.

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