I am referring to the current set of conflicts as WW1 because I believe this is in fact the first conflict which is truly global in scale. No continent will be untouched and no populated center as I would be willing to bet before this is over, that the US government will fund a mosque at a US outpost in Antarctica. The first two large scale wars called ‘WW1′ and WW2’ seemed more about Western interests with some spillage to Africa etc. although granted, WW1 had the Caliphate to deal with which was massive and Japan did control over 50% of the world in WW2 at one point if you include the oceans it possessed.
But this one will not leave a single city or village untouched.
1. Member of the Politburo calls CFRA to congratulate Canada on the loss of SUN TV
2. Steve Malzberg Show with Robert Spencer – parking space rage vs. rape jihad
Some Islamist fighters from Norway are believed to have taken leading positions within Islamic States, according to the Norwegian Intelligence Service chief. A hundred and fifty Norwegians are thought to be fighting along terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
“We believe that some of the Norwegians in Isil [Isis] have risen to middle-management functions,” Kjell Grandhagen, the head of the Norwegian Intelligence Service, told Dagbladet newspaper.
“There are still several Norwegians who hold leadership positions in Isil,” Grandhagen told the newspaper.
He gave the example of ISIS commander Bastian Vasquez, a Norwegian of Chilean extraction who was reportedly killed in the fall, and an unnamed Norwegian of Eritrean parentage also known as an ISIS commander. A hundred and fifty Norwegians have joined ISIS according to the police authorities, Dagbladet reports. […] Kjell Grandhagen claims Norwegians fighting for the ISIS were radicalized in the Profetens Ummah group which is active in eastern Norway close to the capital Oslo.
(Norway will not have to feel neglected by muslim terrorists much longer I suspect)
4. Raw: Car Rams Gates of US Consulate in Shanghai
5. ISIS seizes town of Al-Baghdadi
US European Command announced that a wing of specialized anti-tank aircraft would be sent to Germany, as tensions mount in eastern Europe over the Ukraine crisis.
“While in Germany these aircraft will forward-deploy to inks anocations in eastern European Nato nations,” US Navy Captain Greg Hicks, US European Command spokesman, said in a statement on Tuesday.
The 12 A-10 “Warthog” ground-attack planes, along with 300 pilots and ground crew and their equipment, will be sent to Spangdahlem Air Base in Rhineland-Palatinate.
It is not yet known where they will be sent after Germany.
Designed to attack large formations of Soviet tanks during the Cold War, the heavily-armoured planes are armed with a 30mm rotary cannon and can carry a variety of bombs and missiles.
Thank you Don C., Tundra T., M., Fjordman,