The propaganda war with islam. Same materials, different purpose: Links 1 on March 30 – 2015

1. Captured fighters reveal inner-workings of ISIS

(Quite interesting so far as I have seen it)

2. 2 shot trying to ram gates at NSA headquarters

(Video here)

(And this will be the next in a series of things we will forget just like about half a dozen of similar incidents in the US in the past couple of years)

Two men dressed as women tried to ram the gate of the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade with an SUV Monday morning, resulting in a shooting that left one person dead, according to an official and sources familiar with the investigation.

After the gate was rammed, a guard reportedly got into an argument with the men and gunfire erupted. It is believed that the guard shot one or both of the men, who were taken to local hospitals to be treated, sources told Fox News.

A senior U.S. official told The Associated Press that preliminary reports indicate one person of the two people in the car is dead. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the official has not been authorized to discuss the incident by name.

3. Catholic university officials caught on secret video approving student club devoted to raising money for ISIS, saying: ‘We’re here to get that done.’

(It wasn’t that long ago that useful idiots on the left propagated this meme. Now it appears they have gone a giant leap farther)

Administrators at a Catholic university in Florida agreed to help an honors student start a campus club that would send money and supplies to the ISIS terror army.

Hidden camera footage released Monday morning shows officials and faculty at Barry University advising a senior – identified only as ‘Laura’ – about the best way to secure funding for a club she called ‘Sympathetic Students in Support of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.’

‘I want to start fundraising efforts on campus, and what I want to do is raise funds to send overseas,’ she told Derek Bley, the school’s Coordinator for Leadership Development and Student Organizations.

Bley offered to help her create the organization and agreed with her request to ‘pass out Islamic State flags and educate people’ at an annual student ‘Festival of Nations’ fair.

The video is from Project Veritas, a conservative ‘guerilla film-making group’ that last week captured a Cornell University dean agreeing that ISIS and Hamas would be welcome at the Ivy League school.

4. Sickening images show blindfolded and bound couple being brutally stoned to death for having sex before marriage by ISIS militants in Iraq

Gruesome new images have emerged showing Islamic State militants stoning a blindfolded and bound man and woman to death in Iraq after they were accused of having sex before marriage.

Taken in the ISIS-stronghold of Mosul in Nineveh province, the shocking images show a large crowd gathered to watch the jihadis murder the defenceless couple.

Young boys clamber onto their fathers’ shoulders to get a better view of the man and woman being charged with ‘fornication’, before the familiar white-bearded face of ISIS’s elderly Mosul-based executioner-in-chief Abu Ansar al-Ansari orders their stoning to death.

(Lots of images at site)

5. UK: Man Charged With Abducting Six-Year-Old Girl

(If he can stall the trial a year or two he can use the ‘it was a temporary marriage and halal’ defense)

The girl was taken from Nairne Street at around 4pm on Thursday.

It is believed she was dropped off 30 minutes later three miles away in Whitefield Street, Hapton, where she was found and later returned home.

Imran Khan, 33, of Accrington, is accused of taking a child under the Child Abduction Act, Lancashire Police said.

He has also been charged with breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order and inciting a girl under 13 to engage in sexual activity

(And this is why you don’t allow muslim clowns or magicians for your kid’s birthday parties)

 

Thank you Tundra T and Buck for all your help this morning. I will be working a lot on getting Geert Wilders’ speech in Austria ready for us all today which means not as much time for posting news. But I would like to offer a thought on some of what is posted.

This is not the first writings here about the ethics of showing islamic atrocities. Regular readers will notice that this site has switched from Youtube to LiveLeak for many videos as they seem a little less concerned about horror in video. Horror that to a degree at least, I feel should be seen. This boils down to a conflict between two views on the matter. The view that censors these images as a lot of arguments. That it is re-victimizing the victims. I suppose to a degree it is. That its pornographic in a certain manner and shouldn’t be seen by the public. To a degree this is also true but one never knows how another individual will view anything. But in large numbers we can. That this material is designed by muslims to intimidate the unbeliever and make him more compliant due to fear of islamic mastery over them. I’ll come back to this one. The argument that carries political weight however and forces video streaming services to not carry this material is that it may inspire others or ‘radicalize’ people to join the islamic cause. There is no doubt whatsoever that this is true.

All I can offer to counter these good points are the following:

point 1: It is better to show the suffering of victims to those still unaware of the new world order so that many may make decisions to avoid circumstances where they themselves could become the victims. We already see now the lack of sympathy to those women who go to islamic lands and get in trouble. This is because at this stage we expect Western women to know the risks associated with travel there. Having said that I genuinely do blame the mass media for massaging the truth about islam to the point where most really do not understand how sharia works. Maybe 1% of the Western world’s people read sites that would give them a true picture. For the rest, some sympathy is probably deserved.

Point 2: A warning should suffice to let people know what they are about to see should they click play.

Point 3: This material is meant to intimidate and force compliance. But that only works where muslims can take political power. Ultimately this boils down to a race. By showing what islam does, I would wager that 10,000 Western people would, once content with the veracity of the material and the motives for the behaviors, find islam and islamic law abhorrent. They would shun it and fight it. They would apply pressure to governments to stop its incursions. That would be, 10,000:1 for each person who was inspired to join the islamic cause whether it be for religious reasons or the odd psychopath or rapist pedophile that sees islam as an opportunity. These are odds I am happy to roll the dice on. Because by censoring this material such as the Daily Mail does show in item #4 it does make gains for liberal democracy. And even those who come forth inspired to join the barbarians in our midst, offers clarity and resolution which work for us as opposed to the Obama-Cameron narrative of Islamic ambiguity. A strategy which most certainly works for the enemy as they use it themselves.

We need to win this race and that means we show this material to good people now or else they will show it to good people later for a radically different purpose.

About Eeyore

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

17 Replies to “The propaganda war with islam. Same materials, different purpose: Links 1 on March 30 – 2015”

  1. @ 2 – This will be the last we will hear about this attack, the terrorists keep making terror attacks and Obama keeps denying they are terror attacks.

    @ 3 – This and the Cornell video reveal the true thoughts of the Universities, they are working hand and fist with the forces trying to destroy civilization.

  2. IRAQ – Senior Politician Rubaei Threatens U.S.: “Friendly Fire” Incidents Will End Your Presence in Iraq

    During a recent interview, Iraqi MP Mowaffak Rubaei, former Iraqi National Security Advisor, warned the U.S. to “beware not to make the mistake” of hitting the Al-Hashd Al-Shaabi militia commanders b>or the Iranians who came to help and then calling it “friendly fire.” If that were to happen, the Americans would no longer have any political, military, or economic presence in Iraq, Rubaei told the Hona Baghdad TV interviewer, in a show that aired on March 27, 2015.

      • Iran Says U.S. Drone Killed Two Advisers In Iraq

        Tehran says a U.S. drone strike killed two Iranian advisers in Iraq last week, but the United States says it has only struck Islamic State (IS) militants in its campaign.

        Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said on its sepahnews.ir website on March 30 that the strike occurred on March 23, just after the U.S.-led coalition began air strikes to support Iraqi forces trying to retake the IS-held city of Tikrit.

        The website identified the dead as Ali Yazdani and Hadi Jafari. It said they were buried on March 29.

        The Associated Press news agency quoted the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad as saying the “international coalition is aimed at Daesh only,” using another term for the IS extremist group.

        Without directly addressing the Iranian claim, the statement said, “All air strikes are carried out through the alliance with the Iraqi government and in full coordination with the [Iraqi] Ministry of Defense.”

        The large-scale offensive to retake Tikrit has been waged by Iraqi troops and Shi’ite militias advised by Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Guard’s elite Quds Force, in early March.

        The U.S.-led coalition began air strikes around Tikrit on March 21 to support the operation at the Iraqi government request.

        The top U.S. general for the Middle East said on March 26 that Iranian-backed Shi’ite militias have left the fight and pulled back from Tikrit as a condition for U.S. involvement.

        Army General Lloyd Austin, head of U.S. Central Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee he had insisted the militias pull back before the U.S. began flying intelligence-gathering flights and dropping bombs in support of Iraqi soldiers and federal police.

        Some militia spokesmen contested that account, saying the forces chose to withdraw to protest U.S. involvement.

        Iraq had asked the U.S.-led coalition to mount air strikes on Tikrit after the operation stalled.

        Tikrit, the home town of former dictator Saddam Hussain, fell to IS militants in June during an offensive in which they seized much of northern Iraq and Syria.

        The U.S.-led coalition began air strikes against the extremist group in August.

        Iran has offered advisers and other assistance to Iraq to fight the militants.

        Meanwhile, in Baghdad the visiting UN chief Ban Ki-moon held meetings with Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi and other top officials on March 30. Ban also addressed the Iraqi parliament.

        Ban’s spokesperson said on Twitter that the UN chief would “convey UN support” for the people and government of Iraq “in these challenging times.”

        No details were provided.

        http://www.rferl.org/content/iran-says-us-drone-killed-two-advisers-in-iraq/26928005.html

        video : cache of Saudi weapons and ammunitions found in Tikrit :

  3. I’m cool with it.
    The numbers work. The objective is to teach people what Islam is, who these people are. Learn everything you can about your enemy. How else can you defend yourself and those you love?

    A warning is welcome and sufficient. Some days I can handle the wet stuff, others not.

    My own never-watch list includes:
    =>torturing an animal or human baby;
    =>Noam Chomsky;
    =>halal slaughter.

    • I agree, it is better they are available to be seen than hidden from view, although I’ve stopped trying to watch the goriest ones myself, will let them load then click through looking at enough stills to get the idea. Since Liveleak is verboten in my region though I’m often spared these atrocity exhibitions altogether.

  4. MONTREAL – Hamza Chaoui sends Denis Coderre legal notice over radicalization comments

    Controversial imam accused of radicalization asks mayor for public apology for tarnishing his reputation

    Controversial imam Hamza Chaoui has had his lawyer send a letter to Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre asking him to retract statements he made in public — or face a lawsuit.

    Chaoui said he was unjustly accused of being an agent of radicalization by elected city officials and the mayor, and if he doesn’t get a public apology from Coderre he’ll sue for damages plus interest.

    The 29-year-old imam, in his first interview with the media, told Radio-Canada that he rejects all accusations linking him to radicalization.

    “I consider myself an agent of deradicalization,” Chaoui said.

    The affair began in January, when Chaoui tried to set up an Islamic community centre in the Montreal borough of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

    Ultimately, the borough denied him the permit required to establish his centre, citing zoning regulations. On Jan. 31, Coderre called Chaoui an “agent of radicalization.”

    The imam said that in all his eight years of preaching, he’s never entertained extremist propositions. “I encouraged young people to pursue their academic studies,” he said.
    Controversial views

    Chaoui previously preached at the St-Jean-sur-Richelieu mosque that Martin Couture-Rouleau attended. However, he said he didn’t personally know the man who killed Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.

    He has been featured in a number of videos on YouTube and Facebook in which he expressed views sympathetic to Shariah law and in which he suggested that women should have designated guardians.

    In his lawyer’s letter, Chaoui said those statements were taken out of context. He said he supported Shariah law in Muslim countries and that marriage proposals should be presented to women’s guardians.

    Lawyer Habib Rachidi said the goal of the letter is to get a public apology from Coderre. He said the statements made against his client, Chaoui, amounted to a public lynching.

    The imam says his reputation has been tarnished and that his dignity and rights have been pulled through the mud. He’s asking for a written public apology from Coderre within five days or he will file a lawsuit.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/hamza-chaoui-sends-denis-coderre-legal-notice-over-radicalization-comments-1.3015060

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