Links post for April 4 – 2015

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Thank you all for your informative and important contributions.

About Eeyore

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

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  1. The “Revisionist” History of Islam’s Origins

    Concise overview of highlights of modern research into the invention of Islam.

    • Death to the Jews, death to the Christians, death to the idolaters, death to the wrong Muslims, death to skeptical inquiry, death to science, death to history, death to memory. All death all the time.

      Last week a Muslim physics student, fourth year, explained his two current projects to me. The first was a perpetual motion machine, which he hadn’t perfected yet, he needed to reduce the friction. The second was a transporter, as in Star Trek, but that was not where he took inspiration. There is a story in the koran, the ‘chair of Bilqis,’ i.e. the Queen of Sheba’s throne. King Solomon had some jinn bring it from Yemen in the blink of an eye in order to impress the queen. So we know it is possible, turning matter to energy then back to matter, quickly, safely, economically, and moving it somewhere at the same time, and the student was just about certain he had cracked the equations. He was in discussion with his Muslim professors.

      This is an effect of lying to them, the ‘1001 Inventions of Islam’ and the rest of it, which in fact is more nearly 3, hoping they’ll feel they have an investment in civilization, that they can take credit for some of it somehow, and won’t go smashing it all up. But as long as Islam is in the equations I don’t see things going anywhere that doesn’t end in a smash.

      • Purported Islamic State video: Militants shot, hammered away Iraq’s ancient city of Hatra

        BAGHDAD – A purported Islamic State group video shows extremists at Iraq’s ancient city of Hatra destroying it with sledgehammers and shooting Kalashnikov assault rifles at priceless statues.

        Hatra is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which officials last month said the extremists had destroyed.

        In the video, released overnight Friday, a militant on a ladder uses a sledgehammer to bang repeatedly on the back of one of the carved faces until it crashes to the ground and breaks into pieces. The video also shows a militant firing a Kalashnikov rifle at another.

        The video corresponded with Associated Press reporting on the attack and was posted to a militant website frequently used by the group.

        Local government officials told the AP last month the militant group had looted ancient sites.

      • And a bad deal for civilization, the deal isn’t suppose to last longer then Obama is in office. Unfortunately Russia and Europe will not reestablish the sanctions after Obama is out of office.

      • Time to be realistic.

        Once these sanctions are dismembered, there’s no going back. Arab states are already going ahead with procurement.

        It’s the dawning of a new world disorder. Bibi’s going to play raven [Nevermore!] till June, maybe energize Congress, but Iran will have The Bomb. They’ll all have to have it or “what- will- the- neighbors- think”?

  2. SYDNEY _ AUSTRALIA – Reclaim Australia marchers rally against Islam

    Police were out in force in West Perth on Saturday morning keeping apart rival rallies.

    Anti-Islam protesters gathered outside Colin Barnett’s offices on Harvest Terrace to take part in the national Reclaim Australia series of rallies.

    A short distance away in Solidarity Square, close to Parliament House, a group of anti-racist protesters gathered to demonstrate against Reclaim Australia.

  3. FEB 2015 – US Congressman Dennis Ross Harassed By Muslim Agitators On The Temple Mount

    Republican Congressman Dennis Ross (FL-15) visited the Temple Mount on February 18, 2015. The video clip clearly shows groups of fully covered female Muslim agitators following and harassing the Congressman and his group with calls of: “Allah Akbar” and “Leave!” among other things. […]

    When asked on camera, how he felt about the strange welcome he received, the Congressman responded: “It’s a little bit of a different reception than what I am used to, but coming from a country that respects freedom of religion we respect what they are doing.”

  4. Iraqi PM: Armies have no chance against IS if it keeps recruiting foreigners

    Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi told a German magazine that armies in the region around Iraq had no chance of defeating Islamic State (IS) if the militants continued to recruit ideologically indoctrinated foreign fighters.

    In an interview with Der Spiegel published on Saturday, Abadi said that around 57 percent of IS fighters were Iraqis but they did not cause any problems as they simply ran away when Iraqi troops entered towns.

    “It is the 43 percent who are foreign fighters who have been indoctrinated ideologically who have their backs up against the wall. If Daesh continues to recruit so many from other countries, then no army in our region can stand up to it.”

    Daesh is an Arabic name for Islamic State.

    Abadi said government security authorities needed to take action to protect young people from IS “in the same way they trace child pornography networks around the world”.

    Abadi said Germany could play a key role in supporting the fight against IS as it had weapons that Iraq requires, particularly anti-explosive devices. He said Berlin should help given that hundreds of Germans were fighting for IS.

    German security services say about 600 German residents have joined militant groups in Syria and Iraq.

    Abadi said cooperation with Germany’s foreign intelligence service was very good and Iraq was providing it with the phone numbers that Germans fighting for IS use to call Germany.

    Abadi said the liberation of the city of Tikrit from IS on April 1 was encouraging but he added that IS was still a major threat: “They keep on recruiting people, they have huge financial resources and, honestly, a uniformed army alone cannot face it on its own.”

  5. PEDIDA in London: British supporters of anti-‘Islamisation’ group rally in Downing Street

    The British offshoot of German anti-“Islamisation” group Pegida held its first protest in London this afternoon, marching to Downing Street.

    Pegida UK said the rally intended to “raise awareness of the detrimental affect radical Islam and slack border controls/mass immigration are having on our country”.

    PEGIDA, EDL rally meets Antifa counter-protest in London

  6. $45 Billion of Afghan Funds Unaccounted For

    Remember when we were informed in 2013 that America was giving literal bags full of cash to the office of then-Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai? It really shouldn’t be a surprise at this point that billions of dollars of Pentagon spending within Afghanistan prior to 2010 is unaccounted for.

    That’s the latest from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR). We’ve made note of previous SIGAR reports about blown tax dollars in the country, like $500,000 on a poorly made shooting range and $3.6 million for trucks to film games of buzkashi, Afghanistan’s version of polo with goat carcasses.

    Now comes the news that we don’t even really know for certain what the Pentagon has done with $45 billion of $66 billion spent in Afghanistan prior to 2010. Why? Because until then the Pentagon was not required to account for it. The bureaucratic details that led to these circumstances is fleshed out here.

    And yet we’re <b<still throwing money at Afghanistan like a problem gambler who is sure the next roll of the dice is going to make up for a viciously bad run. Inspector General John Sopko is now warning that we may not be able to track more than $400 million, half of which comes from the U.S. Agency for International Development, for programs to help Afghan women … allegedly. Even Afghanistan’s first lady is suspicious about where the money for “Promote” will go[…]

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