The choices grow fewer: Links 3 on Jan. 26 – 2015

1. University of Alberta event: Try on a hijab! Why not!

dhimmi day alta

Because thats all Islam is, right? Just clothes we aren’t used to. They don’t represent anything like a religion that has as its core dogma, the utter destruction of Western values, freedoms and basic human rights for non-muslims an ultimately for muslims as well. So I suggest that students at the University of Alberta open a kiosk next door and do a ‘try on a Nazi arm band’ or a KKK white pointy hood. Because its just about the fashion statements and not the horror the uniform wearers historically represent at all. The wearers of these garments are actually victims of the people they attack when they occasionally fight back!

FB page for event here Video by group here

(Thanks to a student there who sent this in and GoV writes on it here)

2. Here is an interesting list of terrorists on an official US Government website. It shows what is obvious but also shows a kind of proprioceptive deficit in the US administration in that ‘the one hand does not know what the other hand is doing’. I would save this image ASAP in case Obama notices it and changes all the names to protect the guilty.

3. Moro islamic ‘liberation’ fighters kill 50 police commandos in the Philippines  (Daily Mail)

4. This is a very interesting little sermon by a senior clerical figure in Saudi Arabia. There are two points the translator focused on: The attack on Western freedoms and how killing people works, (although he is usually right it actually didn’t change the editorial policy of Charlie Hebdo 1 bit) and a sub text of that I  found interesting was that anyone who mocks the pirate mohamed, whether muslim or not, is guilty of apostasy and has earned the death penalty. While the logic is convoluted here, it is what they think and they will act on this form of jurisprudence. Also note that there is no ‘guilty mind’ but only that this was perceived to have been done. Lastly they talk about how muslims discovered the Americas before both Europeans and the Amer-Indians. The temptation is to laugh this off but it needs to be understood that Islam fabricates a history everywhere it dominates and kills those that do real science or research and forces an invented narrative on the public, much as communists do. (See Lysenkoism)

5. Here is a handy comparison chart between the Islamic State and Saudi Arabia for all who wonder why Obama went to the KSA instead of the 70th anniversary of the Hollocaust   event so many other world leaders went to. This is from Zero Hedge 

A lot of great people collaborated on this post, some of whom I lost track of. But thank you all as well as those who sent material into the comments that are not posted in this one. Awareness grows overall and we have to add inertia to that process if we wish to preserve our own laws and culture.

Thank you M, ML., Yucki, Richard, a student from Alberta, Draculea, Don L., Don C., and a lot of others. More to come. Actually a song I’m really looking forward to posting soon.

About Eeyore

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

11 Replies to “The choices grow fewer: Links 3 on Jan. 26 – 2015”

      • I heard at fourth-hand today that Islamic State graffiti has been showing up here and there in Saudi Arabia, in one case at least on a mosque. I don’t know if that amounts to anything, but I monger the rumour along. The Saudi the news originated with was nervous telling it.

  1. 1/ Add a beheading to that video, a couple of exploding cars and some guys face down in a ditch getting machine-gunned to death and it could have been made by Islamic State’s production company.

  2. Purported IS Message Threatens Japan, Jordan Hostages

    An online message purportedly from the Islamic State group warned Tuesday that a Japanese hostage and Jordanian pilot the extremists hold have less than “24 hours left to live.”

    The message, posted online Tuesday afternoon, again demanded the release of Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi woman sentenced to death in Jordan for involvement in a 2005 terror attack that killed 60 people. It also mentioned Jordanian pilot 1st Lt. Mu’ath al-Kaseasbeh, who is a captive of the Islamic State group.

    Tuesday’s video matched a message released over the weekend, though neither bore the logo of the Islamic State group’s al-Furqan media arm. The weekend video showed a still photo of Kenji Goto holding what appears to be a photo of the body of Japanese hostage Haruna Yukawa.

    The Associated Press could not independently verify either video. However, several militant websites affiliated with the Islamic State group referenced the video and posted links to it late Tuesday afternoon.

    A Japanese envoy in Jordan, Deputy Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama, earlier expressed hope the two hostages would return home “with a smile on their faces.”

    “I hope we can all firmly work hard and join hands to cooperate, and for the two countries (Japan and Jordan) to cooperate, in order for us to see the day when the Jordanian pilot and our Japanese national Mr. Goto, can both safely return to their own countries with a smile on their faces,” he told reporters late Monday night after another day of crisis talks in the Jordanian capital.

    It was the first time a Japanese official mentioned al-Kaseasbeh, who has been held by the extremist Islamic State group after crashing in December. It wasn’t clear when the pilot possible release had entered the picture.

    Freelance journalist Kenji Goto was seized in late October in Syria, apparently while trying to rescue another hostage, 42-year-old Haruna Yukawa, who was captured by the militants last summer.

    Japanese officials have indicated they are treating the video released over the weekend as authentic and thus accepting the likelihood that Yukawa, a 42-year-old adventurer captured in Syria last summer, was killed.

    Securing the release of al-Rishawi would be a major propaganda coup for the Islamic State and would allow the group to reaffirm its links to al-Qaida in Iraq.

    video :

  3. Islamic State urges Canadian attacks

    Three months after attackers espousing Islamist extremist beliefs killed two Canadian Forces members, Islamic State held them up as role models on Monday in a speech that incited for more killings in western countries.

    In a nine-minute audio clip distributed on Twitter, Islamic State spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani once again urged his followers to attack Canadians over the government’s decision to join the anti-Islamic State military coalition.

    The release came shortly before the Armed Forces acknowledged that Canadian special forces had engaged in two more gun battles against Islamic State. Canadian CF-18s also destroyed Islamic State “fighting positions” Saturday and Sunday.

    An apparent attempt to rally his fighters and weaken western resolve, Adnani’s speech referred to attacks in Canada, including the Oct. 22 shootings on Parliament Hill, and warned that “what lies ahead will be worse – with Allah’s permission.”

    He encouraged extremists in Europe and other “disbelieving” western countries to “target the crusaders in their own lands and wherever they are found.” He said to use explosives, guns, knives, cars, rocks “or even a boot or a fist.”

    “Indeed, you saw what a single Muslim did with Canada and its Parliament of shirk (sin), and what our brothers in France, Australia and Belgium did, may Allah have mercy upon them all and reward them with good on behalf of Islam,” he said. “And there were many others who killed, ran others over, threatened, frightened and terrorized people, to the extent that we saw the crusader armies deployed on the streets in Australia, Canada, France, Belgium and other strongholds of the cross.”

    The speech referred to last week’s death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, indicating

    it was recorded within the past few days. The translation was provided by the SITE Intelligence Group. It was released by the al-Furqan Islamic State mouthpiece.

    Asked about Adnani’s threat, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney confirmed the government would put legislation before Parliament on Friday that would, among other things, criminalize the promotion of terrorism. “The international jihadist movement has declared war on Canada and our allies,” said Blaney.

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Sunday the new counter-terrorism bill would help stop attacks, prevent terrorists from travelling and recruiting, while “safeguarding our constitutional rights of speech, of association, of religion, and all the rest.”

    The audio threat is the latest by Islamist terrorist groups trying to incite “lone wolf ” terrorism in Canada. Last week, the al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula official who claimed responsibility for the shooting attack at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris called for acts of “individual jihad” within Canada because, he said, it was one of the “western countries that fight Islam.”

    Last September, Adnani issued a similar appeal for violence that said “slaughter him with a knife or run him over with you car.” On Oct. 20, Martin Couture-Rouleau, a Muslim convert who had tried to travel to Syria, ran down Warrant Office Patrice Vincent in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.

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

    @The U of A….

    Why don’t creative students at the U of A set up booths adjacent to the hijab booth and offer services or articles of clothing that parallel facets of the political ideology of Islam.

    Such as…..

    “Try on a pointy hat and bed-sheet”

    “How to hang a homo from a lampost”

    “Try on a swastika”

    “Popular misconceptions about Zyklon-B”

    “Global Domination For Dummies”

    “The Inconvenient Clitoris”

    “Have you tried “thighing? ”

    “Stoning for fun and profit”

    Islam; the horse’s ass of Humanity.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

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