1. British TV show on government surveillance and Edward Snowdon
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A Pakistani man is suspected of killing his fiancé and nine of her relatives after the woman’s family appeared reluctant to give her permission to marry, police said on Monday.
The 25-year-old suspect, who police identified as Gul Ahmad Saeed, had been on the run since murdering his parents, brother and sister-in-law earlier this year when they obstructed the marriage.
On Sunday, he returned to his town in northwest Pakistan and, with some accomplices, shot dead his fiance, her parents and seven of her siblings, after an uncle had raised his opposition to the marriage, police said.
“The uncle was being very indecisive about the wedding which infuriated Gul Ahmad,” said police officer Mohammad Jamil.
[…] The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan reported that 869 women were murdered in so-called honor killings in 2013, the last year for which data is available.
(Yes but would the local places serve him pizza?)
3. For those who remember the amazing Bill Whittle clip I post so often to this site, you may remember one of the central members of the Frankfurt school he mentioned, a certain Theodor Adorno. Theo created a repugnant system for music called the 12 tone scale which is taught in universities across Canada to this day although from what I can tell, few teachers bother to mention he was a major communist subversive.
I found a rather brilliant example of his musical system at work though and felt it was worth posting anyway.
Bright Blue, the “Liberal-Conservative” group that called for more immigration, is funded by the left-wing Joseph Rowntree Foundation Breitbart London can reveal. On Sunday Bright Blue demanded David Cameron abolish migration targets as they “appease a minority of voters who are attracted to UKIP’s prominent position on immigration”.
The group also published a “Modernisers’ Manifesto” last year that was funded through a £5k donation from the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust Limited (JRRT). The company was established in honour of the former Liberal MP and Quaker of the same name. Its stated aim is to fund “political campaigns in the UK to promote democratic reform, civil liberties and social justice.”
(I sent out the video to see if there is any content in this that would elucidate this issue for us or our associates but in the meantime, this is a screen cap of the crucifixions for those who don’t feel like medicating after seeing the event in video)
7. Water shortage in Aden Yemen, Video at BBC link
(It is well and truly said that muslims are not the children of the desert. They are the father of it. Indeed indeed)
8. Retired policeman in the UK speaks at EDL rally on the muslim rape slavery gangs
Albert Burgess a former Metropolitan Police Officer tells the crowd that knowledge is a weapon and the senior officer in charge should have made sure the officers under their command should have done their job properly and would have saved many children from the hands of the Muslim Grooming Gangs.
9. Thousands of Turkish students have raised their voices in online campaigns to build Jedi and Buddhist temples at their universities, after a series of mosques were constructed on their campuses by rectors who stressed “huge demand.”
Karaca’s positive response to an online campaign encouraged university students from other religions around Turkey, as well as many others who launched satirical campaigns to point at what they claimed to be a political emphasis on “religious populism” even as many education institutions lack scientific instruments and research funds.
In one of the counter-campaigns on change.org, more than 25,000 people demanded a Buddhist temple at ?TÜ.
“I can’t fulfill my religious needs because the closest Buddhist temple is 2,000 kilometers away, and I can’t go there during lunch break,” a petitioner named Utku Gürça? Borataç said on the website.
(Thankfully there are still many secular liberals (in the true sense) still in Turkey. If I were they, I would keep an eye on new prisons being built and similar type institutions)
Thank you Buck, M., Richard, Don C. Oz-Rita, DP111 and so many more for their comments, ideas and links. I should have the video soon of the Quebec father. Please make no mistake, that is an important story worthy of research and perhaps even some activism. It should be ready within a couple of hours.