Some bravery from the MSM, but only FOX. Links 8 for Jan. 7 – 2015

1. FOX news publishes the Charlie Hebdo cartoons as well as the ones from 2006

(So far, FOX is the only MSM station ready to defend the Enlightenment)

2.Islamic State: Kurdish Forces Fighting For Sinjar City Street By Street

3. Muslims segregated from French society in growing Islamist mini-states

A backdrop to the massacre in Paris on Wednesday by self-professed al Qaeda terrorists is that city officials have increasingly ceded control of heavily Muslim neighborhoods to Islamists, block by block.

France has Europe’s largest population of Muslims, some of whom talk openly of ruling the country one day and casting aside Western legal systems for harsh, Islam-based Shariah law.

“The situation is out of control, and it is not reversible,” said Soeren Kern, an analyst at the Gatestone Institute and author of annual reports on the “Islamization of France.”

“Islam is a permanent part of France now. It is not going away,” Mr. Kern said. “I think the future looks very bleak. The problem is a lot of these younger-generation Muslims are not integrating into French society. Although they are French citizens, they don’t really have a future in French society. They feel very alienated from France. This is why radical Islam is so attractive because it gives them a sense of meaning in their life.”

4. Brigitte Gabrielle tweets this picture of the Hebdo killers

5. Charlie Hebdo cartoonist reveals terrorists threatened to murder her toddler unless she let them in – and how she cowered with child under desk as massacre took place

A young mother and cartoonist who survived the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris today said she had let the suspected Al Qaeda killers into the magazine office.

Corrine Rey said she had returned from picking up her young daughter from a kindergarten when she was confronted by two heavily armed men wearing balaclavas.

‘I had gone to pick up my daughter at day care, arriving in front of the magazine building, where two masked and armed men brutally threatened us,’ said Ms Rey, who draws under the name ‘Coco’.

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Desperate: Corrine Rey, who's a cartoonist for Charlie Hebdo, hid underneath a desk with her daughter to escape the terrorists who killed her colleagues

Desperate: Corrine Rey, who’s a cartoonist for Charlie Hebdo, hid underneath a desk with her daughter to escape the terrorists who killed her colleagues

Siege: The two men, who claimed to be from Al Qaeda, threatened Miss Rey into giving them the code to enter the building

Thank you all very much. Its been a long and exhausting day. And I want you all to know how great it is that there are many of you ready to stand up to what amounts to the largest extortion racket of all history, Islam. We have a chance to force governments and the MSM to start defending civilization and our interests. You know what to do. Educate yourselves. Speak freely and openly about Islam. Don’t be afraid to talk about how mosques are beachheads and therefore, not under the protection of freedom of religion. Call radio shows like this one tonight. Wear T shirts. Tweet the cartoons and above all, take back your freedom to discriminate for what is in your own interests. Watch how you vote and support those who speak out against Islam. Avoid halal even if its your favorite Indian restaurant. Look at the people in Paris tonight. That was a beautiful thing. Now we have to make it into policy.

Please tweet to the hashtag: #PublishTheMotoons demands to publish the unblurred Hebdo cartoons to ALL mass media TV and papers.

And mostly, my deepest condolences to the friends and families of the brave brave men and women who worked at Charlie Hebdo. Finer people I cannot imagine. They knew what they were risking as they have been firebombed before and they did it anyway and I’m pretty sure it wasn’t for the money.

They did it for us. Now lets see if we can keep what they tried to give us.

The Enlightenment. And may we witness a Sea change tomorrow.

Eeyore for Vlad.


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

16 Replies to “Some bravery from the MSM, but only FOX. Links 8 for Jan. 7 – 2015”

  1. Al Azhar’s response (from onislam):

    ‘Al Azhar condemned the “criminal attack,” saying that “Islam denounces any violence,” in remarks carried by Egypt’s state news agency Mena.

    In a separate statement to AFP, Al Azhar senior official Abbas Shoman said the institution “does not approve of using violence even if it was in response to an offence committed against sacred Muslim sentiments.”’

    And Tariq Ramadan can’t tweet angrily enough:

    ‘My condemnation is absolute and my anger is profound (healthy and one thousand times justified) against this horror!!!’

  2. Police Officer Shot in Paris, Amid Tension Over Attack (abcnews, Jan 8, 2015)

    “Paris police say an officer has been shot on the city’s southern edge. The shooting of the officer comes a day after masked gunmen killed 12 people including two police in an assault on a satirical newspaper. France’s top security official left an emergency government meeting to travel to the scene of Thursday’s shooting, which comes amid high tensions. Paris police and a French security official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing, said it was too early to draw any connection between the shootings.”

  3. PEN International’s page of condemnation of the attack on Charlie Hebdo has exactly one mention of Jihad-Islam-Muslim. It’s from Salman Rushdie and it’s weasely. ‘This religious totalitarianism has caused a deadly mutation in the heart of Islam…’

    PEN President John Ralston Saul doesn’t even bring up ‘religion.’

  4. There is an unusually well-informed and articulate caller at 48:25 on that John Counsell radio show, shortly after a taqiyya-spewing Muslim.

  5. We are witnessing the Moslems in France moving from one stage in their conquest of
    Europe to a high and bloodier stage, how long this stage lasts will depend on how the French react, both the citizens and the government.

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