TAIF links 3 for Oct. 10 – 2014

1. Nothing crazy screwed up about this at all. This is in Copenhagen Denmark just FYI

2. PBS joins the organizations that use your money to lie to you about the threat, the nature of the threat and the origin of the threat to all of our liberties and lives.

3. UK terror threat: Police put on special terror alert for their own safety

4. U.S. wants access to Turkish air base for training Syrian rebels 

(More training and weapons for ‘moderate’ Syrian ‘rebels’ apparently. As an aside, its a damn good thing there was a sale on for ‘single quotes’ this week. I will need them all apparently)

5. Threat Far Greater Than Previously Stated : Security services monitoring ‘thousands’ of terrorism suspects in London

(It’s worth clicking over just for the image)

6. Mosque arson in Germany: Turk confesses to attacks

(Well, I guess you have to give them credit. Muslims are equal opportunity destroyers. They seem to be behind both mosque vandalism, burnings and so on as well as churches and synagogues)

Thank you Yucki, Richard, M., GoV and all.



H/T M.,

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17 Replies to “TAIF links 3 for Oct. 10 – 2014”

    • That they have, during the Cold War if you wanted to know what the bigwigs in Moscow were thinking all you had to do was watch PBS.

  1. @Vlad……

    Is there a possibility we can get subtitles on the Denmark video ?

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

      • @Vlad……..
        Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetttttttt !!!!

        Truth, education and the light of day are Muslim Kryptonite…….so, lets drag these reptiles kicking and screaming into the light of day.

        Regards, Don Laird
        Dogtown Bastard
        Alberta, Canada

  2. Islamic State Group Kills Iraqi TV Journalist (abcnews, Oct 11, 2014)

    “The governor of Iraq’s Salahuddin province says a journalist from a local television network has been killed by the Islamic State group.

    Governor Raed Ibrahim says Raad al-Azzawi, who was a cameraman for Iraq’s Salahuddin Television, was killed by militants on Friday in the city of Tikrit. Ibrahim said he wasn’t able to provide any further details.

    The Islamic State group, which holds large swaths of land stretching across the Iraq-Syria border, has beheaded a number of journalists in Syria, saying the killings are in retaliation to U.S.-led coalition airstrikes in Iraq and Syria….”

  3. Leaders of Iraq’s Anbar province call for U.S. ground forces to stop ISIS (CNN, Oct 11, 2014)

    “Leaders in Iraq’s western Anbar province appealed Saturday for help from U.S. forces on the ground to halt the relentless advance of ISIS fighters. The situation in the province, just to the west of Baghdad, is “very bad,” the president of Anbar Provincial Council told CNN by phone on Saturday.

    Sabah Al-Karhout said the council has intelligence that ISIS has dispatched as many as 10,000 fighters to Anbar from Syria and Mosul in northern Iraq. The council’s deputy head, Falleh al-Issawi, told CNN that it had asked the central government to intervene immediately to save the province from imminent collapse — and to request the deployment of U.S. ground forces there.

    That would be a significant shift, since the Iraqi government has until now been adamant that it does not want U.S. forces on the ground….”

  4. The Telegraph : Security services monitoring ‘thousands’ of terrorism suspects in London, says Boris Johnson

    Mayor of London discloses that threat from Isil and other terrorist groups is larger than previously known

    Speaking to The Telegraph, he said: “In London we’re very very vigilant and very very concerned. Every day – as you saw recently, we had to raise the threat level – every day the security services are involved in thousands of operations.

    “There are probably in the low thousands of people that we are monitoring in London.”

    Speaking about the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) he said: “London has a particular concern, because probably of the five or six hundred that are out there, we think a third, maybe more – maybe half – come from the London area. […]


  5. Turkey agrees to train Syrian opposition fighters

    Turkey has agreed to allow Syrian opposition fighters to train within their borders by American and Turkish special forces.

    The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday that Turkish officials had reversed a long-held position on training such troops within Turkey. At least 2,000 moderate opposition fighters will receive training from U.S. and Turkish experts. Turkey agreed to allow the training as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) began to make inroads to the Syrian Kurd city of Kobani, which sits close to the Turkish border.

    U.S. and coalition forces have executed a number of airstrikes against ISIS forces in the region, but nonetheless the group continued to make inroads towards taking control of the city. If ISIS takes control of the city, there are concerns they could massacre inhabitants that have not yet fled into Turkey.

    Turkey now joins Saudi Arabia in permitting the training of forces to support U.S. and ally efforts to combat ISIS in the region.

    U.S. officials said the operational details of the training program are still being worked out, but the Journal reported that fighters will be trained in groups of 400, and Turkey intelligence will screen and select the fighters to receive training.

    The moderate troops, once trained, would then be able to assist forces aligned against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and ISIS.


  6. ROME – ITALY –

    Grillo calls for army to assist flooded Genoese citizens

    (AGI) Rome, Oct 11 – The [ anti-semitic ] leader of the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S), Beppe Grillo, called on the government to begin a rescue operation in Genoa and then urged the army to side with the people and assist Genoese citizens affected by the floods. “I’m going to be there on Monday and I want the Italian Army to get there before Renzi. It has to get over there and try to give them a hand”, he said during a rally in Rome on Saturday. “We’ll all go, of course, Genoa is my city, but right now we’re at the Circus Maximus for a common good – to send these buffoon politicians home”. . .


    video – Leader of the ‘Five Stars Moviment’, Beppe Grillo, gets on a crane and talks to his supporters, during the meeting of the party at the Circus Maximus in Rome, Italy, 11 October 2014.

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