Some analysis: Links 5 on Jan. 9 – 2015

1. This is interesting. A good friend of Vlad’s who knows computer security says it seems to be possibly an Anonymous page which has a count down clock, presumably for a revenge event of some kind against the people who did the Charlie Hebdo attack. It seems as likely its an Islamic group who are planning another related attack. For those that do not want to click through to this link, here is a screen grab so you know what it is. The clock is counting down.


2. Times of Israel

“We’re not building our aliyah strategy on tragic events. We’re building it on the fact that there is this place in the world called Europe, where Jews are feeling increasingly uncomfortable,” he said Thursday.

3. National Post: Michael Den Tandt: Mockery must come to Muhammad

It’s time, long past time, for civilized people of all faiths or non-faiths, from every country, to quietly, deliberately raise a middle finger to the Islamo-fascist goons, murderers, reprobates and numbskulls who seek to destroy the pluralistic way of life, which is a good way of life. And how we do that now is to politely but firmly insist that no one’s prophet, avatar or deity gets special treatment.

4. Former Egyptian PM Ismail says France is the mother of all Terrorists

5. Le Pen: We must respond to war declared by Islamic fundamentalism

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, UK Pete, Maria J. ML. and all who sent in materials. More to come I’m sorry to say.

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12 Replies to “Some analysis: Links 5 on Jan. 9 – 2015”

  1. Unfortunately, Marine Le Pen is correct, President Holland pointed out tonight that these terrible acts had nothing to do with Islam.

    • Yes she is right as are those who are calling for us to fight this as a war and not as if we are sending police to arrest criminals, fight it like WWII and the attacks will stop in a relatively short time.

  2. Hollande to Take Part in Unity March Dedicated to Charlie Hebdo Victims

    French President to take part in a major republican unity rally organized in memory of the victims of the recent terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris.

    WASHINGTON, January 10 (Sputnik) – French President Francois Hollande has invited European leaders to march with him Sunday in Paris in a major republican unity rally organized in memory of the victims of the recent terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine.

    “I’ve accepted President Hollande’s invitation to join the Unity Rally in Paris this Sunday — celebrating the values behind #CharlieHebdo,” British Prime Minister David Cameron wrote on his Twitter page Friday.

    I’ve accepted President Hollande’s invitation to join the Unity Rally in Paris this Sunday — celebrating the values behind #CharlieHebdo.
    — David Cameron (@David_Cameron) January 9, 2015

    Other leaders who have reportedly confirmed their willingness to participate in the march include German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy, as well as President of the European Council Donald Tusk and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.

    French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told BFM-TV Friday that “massive” security measures will be taken in Paris as well as other major French cities where similar rallies are expected to take place.


    French far-right leader Marine Le Pen gives up on Charlie rally

  3. RCMP Arrests Two Individuals for Terrorism Offences

    OTTAWA, Jan. 9, 2015 /CNW/ – Today, following a national security criminal investigation, the RCMP Ottawa Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) arrested and charged two individuals from Ottawa with a number of terrorism offences under the Criminal Code of Canada.

    Ashton Carleton Larmond (D.O.B. 1990-11-21) has been charged with Facilitating terrorist activity (Sec. 83.19), Participation in the activity of a terrorist group (Sec. 83.18), and for Instructing to carry out activity for a terrorist group (Sec. 83.21 (1)).

    Carlos Larmond (D.O.B. 1990-11-21) has been charged with Participation in the activity of a terrorist group (Sec. 83.18) and for Attempting to leave Canada to participate in terrorist activity abroad (Sec. 83.181).

    Carlos Larmond was arrested at the Montreal Pierre-Elliott Trudeau International Airport as he was intending to travel overseas for terrorist purposes. Ashton Carleton Larmond was arrested in Ottawa.

  4. Intelligence indicates Assad building nuclear plant: report

    Berlin (AFP) – Intelligence suggests that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is building a secret underground plant with the aim of developing nuclear weapons, Germany’s Spiegel news magazine said Friday.

    Citing information made available by unidentified intelligence sources, Spiegel said the plant was in an inaccessible mountain region in the west of the war-ravaged country, two kilometres (1.2 miles) from the Lebanese border.

    It is deep underground, near the town of Qusayr and has access to electricity and water supplies, the magazine said in a pre-released version of the story released ahead of Saturday’s publication.

    It said it had had access to “exclusive documents”, satellite photographs and intercepted conversations thanks to intelligence sources.

    Western experts suspect, based on the documents, that a reactor or an enrichment plant could be the aim of the project, whose codename is “Zamzam”, Spiegel said.

    The Syrian regime has transferred 8,000 fuel rods to the plant that had been planned for a facility at Al-Kibar, it added.

    In 2007, a bombing raid on an undeclared Syrian nuclear facility at Al-Kibar was widely understood to have been an Israeli strike, but it was never acknowledged by the Jewish state.

    Spiegel said North Korean and Iranian experts are thought to be part of the “Zamzam” project.

    The Lebanese militia Hezbollah, which supports al-Assad’s regime in the bloody conflict in Syria, is guarding the secret project, it added.

    article in German on this page :

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