Islam pushes forward against the unbeliever, child rape in Oz., pushing back against the IPCC Links 4 on April 16 – 2015

1. Pope’s remarks ‘to accelerate Hagia Sophia’s conversion into mosque’

(Istanbul. What should be thought of as the poster child for an occupied city)

Pope Francis’ labeling of the mass killings of the Ottoman Armenians as “the first genocide of the 20th century” will only accelerate the reopening of Hagia Sophia to Muslim worship, the top Islamic official in Ankara has suggested.

“Frankly, I believe that the pope’s remarks will only accelerate the process for Hagia Sophia to be re-opened for [Muslim] worship,” Professor Mefail H?zl?, the mufti of Ankara, said in a written statement released late April 15.

According to H?zl?, the pope’s statement “has reflected a modern color of the crusader wars launched in these lands for centuries.” These lands have long been the “standard bearer” of the Muslim world, meaning many enemies, both from inside and outside of the country, have been launching attacks with different methods.

2. Here are two related items on aircraft security and cyber crime

Next 911 by hackers      Expert on aircraft exploits pulled off plane by FBI. (Says aircraft engines can be shut down at 30,000 Ft. through entertainment systems)

3. Here is today’s speech by Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. There is some fairly strong language in it directed at Iran and those who would make appeasement with it. However there are gaps in the titles provided. I am sending it out to a few people to check to see if there are any important bits not translated.

4. Relatives of Boston Marathon bomber rant that terrorism conviction is a US conspiracy and want his defense team fired

5. Muslim child rape and sexual slavery institutions also “endemic” in Australia. Not being reported quite as such yet though.

Victoria Police has set up a taskforce to investigate a gang of Afghani men in Dandenong suspected of preying on teens in care.

Senior child protection workers have told the Herald Sun the gang has sexually abused girls in care in Dandenong, Shepparton and Melbourne’s west.

Earlier this year a 16-year old girl living in care was driven to NSW by the gang, where she had sex several men in return for drugs. She also alleged she was raped.

Authorities later paid for her to fly back to Melbourne.

A senior manager working for an agency that manages residential units for teens in care said more than 80 per cent of the girls living in care are being sexually exploited.

(Notice its not Pakistani men but Afghan. Clearly the problem is the shared ideology of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Not an accident of geography)

6. FBI Holds “Special” Meeting in Juárez to Address ISIS, DHS Not Invited

7. A former apologist for islam and critic of the Counter-Jihad writes an open letter of apology. 

We who have carelessly thrown around the Islamophobe label including Glen Greenwald, Reza Aslan, and Karen Armstrong should lower our heads in shame and guilt. Few things are as morally depraved as attacking someone who criticizes Islam (Ayaan Hirsi Ali) rather than attacking the Islamic apostasy and blasphemy laws teaching Muslims they should kill her. We must now live with the knowledge that we’ve abandoned and betrayed our principles. Though we claim the mantle of human rights, free speech and equality, we lack the courage of our convictions when it offends someone. We make the cowardly lion look like Churchill.

8. More footage, photos and scholarship on the Nazi-Islamic alliance during WW2

9. US college forced to apologize for serving Mexican food on a Science Fiction film night.

(There isn’t a bowl big enough anywhere in the Tau-Ceti system for that much stupid)

10. CNS article says that ISIS is Satan. 

(I’m not sure what difference it makes if they are or they aren’t when the net result is the same either way. Much like whether or not Obama is a muslim)

11. This is a big one for Vlad Tepes Blog. Long time readers of this site may remember about 5 or 6 years ago when we had a campaign on to give purple heart medals to the two men who were shot at a recruiting center in Arkansas. We even had a banner on the side bar leading to a petition if I remember correctly and we had it up for quite a while till different attacks and issues cause it to get lost in the shuffle of changing skins on the site.

The reason we were so keen on it was two fold. That these men were in fact shot by a muslim yelling allah hu ackbar and one lost his life and the other will probably need orthopedic sofa cushions for the rest of his life and they deserved it because they were shot because they were American Soldiers on duty, in uniform at a base. The other reason is because it would, according to the rules for a purple heart, mean that the US was indeed a battle field and is at war with muslims.

So it comes as a wonderful surprise to see that these two fine volunteers for the US army have, after far far too long, been granted that honour of the medal of the Purple Heart.

More criteria here. This may be significant in terms of a shift in US attitudes to the situation we are all in today.

12. CFRA’s John Counsel had two first rate climatologists on tonight to discuss the massive fraud of anthropogenic global warming. Some good calls and explanations about what drives climate and why we are being conned.

13. Top British Universities Flunk Free Speech

The universities were ranked using a traffic-light system: red for universities that ban and actively censor certain ideas on campus; amber for universities that chill free speech, and green for universities that have a hands-off approach to free speech.

The results of the Free Speech University Rankings were staggering. Forty-seven universities were marked red, including Oxford and the London School of Economics; 45 were marked amber, including Cambridge, and a mere 25 were marked green. Results indicate that 80% of British universities censor free speech.

Stifling free speech on campus is no longer restricted to Britain; it can be seen all over the world, including in the U.S.

Thank you M., Richard, Yucki, Don C., Maria J., CB Sashenka and Gates of Vienna as well as Wrath of Khan and countless people on twitter. So much horror, so little time.


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18 Replies to “Islam pushes forward against the unbeliever, child rape in Oz., pushing back against the IPCC Links 4 on April 16 – 2015”

  1. “..Pope Francis’ labeling of the mass killings of the Ottoman Armenians as “the first genocide of the 20th century” will only accelerate the reopening of Hagia Sophia to Muslim worship, the top Islamic official in Ankara has suggested….”

    hmmm, that’s really going to help Turkey’s chances of joining the EU isn’t it?

  2. 12/ Interesting. These are quotes on the Club of Rome’s Wikipedia page from their 1991 book The First Global Revolution, a follow-up to their 1972 The Limits to Growth:

    “Every state has been so used to classifying its neighbours as friend or foe, that the sudden absence of traditional adversaries has left governments and public opinion with a great void to fill. New enemies have to be identified, new strategies imagined, and new weapons devised.”

    “In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which must be confronted by everyone together. But in designating these dangers as the enemy, we fall into the trap, which we have already warned readers about, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”

    • ‘Although, this kind of viewpoint can be seen as conspiratorial in one interpretation, it can also be seen as simply a group of well-intentioned geopolitical leaders and academics like Henry Kissinger “thinking outside the box” and exploring how to prevent shortfalls in the global governance models of the nineteenth-century and the twentieth-century like balance of power…’

      – Wiki on The First Global Revolution

      • P. 329 – 331

        ‘By the end of 1991, I had become highly skeptical of the motives of those in the loop. I had come to believe cross-border pollution was being used as a marketing device to sell doubters on the need for regional and global levels of governance. Think globally, act locally was just another marketing slogan. The public was being persuaded to accept environmental protection based on a market model: regulations would be replaced by laws permitting the trading of pollution debits and credits. If Strong’s associates had their way pollution credits and debits would soon be globally traded just like pork bellies and financial derivatives. By the year 2000 there would be few independent national entities left capable of defending local communities from international leviathans. Local communities would compete with each other for the favours of large interests. Those of us living on the brutal margins of these new world powers would find ourselves grateful to trade with anyone at any price….

        ‘[Maurice Strong’s] networks were so efficient they scared me. His PGOs did a great deal more than just bring internal matters to the U.N.; they helped manage debate and form the public mind in many countries. Their presence at the U.N.’s Rio Summit dressed an undemocratic process in a fine cloak of green…

        ‘Strong was using the U.N. as a platform to sell a global environment crisis and the Global Governance Agenda…. As the legitimacy of national sovereignty was undermined, so the idea of the inherent sovereignty of peoples took its place, packaged and repackaged to suit various locales… Quebec was suddenly described on CBC as a patchwork quilt of ethnicity: arguments were stirred about which peoples in Quebec had a better claim to sovereignty over which turf. One kept hearing about the urgent need to diminish national powers, to redistribute them down the line to provincial governments or across old lines to new aboriginal levels of governance, or up the line to new supranational institutions, new forms of federations. These key concepts poured out into the marketplace of ideas until it seemed they were the only ones being discussed.’

    • This is a 2001 article about Maurice Strong by Neil Hraf (mentioned in the show):

      Maurice Strong: Godfather of the international environmental movement

      In Strong’s view, ‘Incentives should be created to move industry from the developed to the developing world—a giant job redistribution. The imperative here is “the need to avoid overburdening the environment in any particular area [of the world]…” The developed world must tighten its belt in other ways – people dwelling there must embrace “alternative life styles and patterns of consumption, oriented more to quality and non-material satisfactions and less to quantity.”’

      ‘In Where on Earth Are We Going? Strong presents a fictional “Report to the Shareholders, Earth Inc.” bearing the date January 1, 2031 and built around the imagined impact of global warming. In Strong’s telling North America will be a hell on earth. The Midwest will be struggling through a tenth straight year of drought, and New Orleans will be ravaged by tropical diseases to such an extent that it becomes little more than a “shrinking fortress held only with poisonous amounts of lethal pesticides.” In Los Angeles, “water vendors with armed guards roam the streets…” Both cities are better off than the state of Florida, which will have fallen under the sea.

      ‘Strong advocates ratification of the Kyoto treaty to stop the impending crisis…

      ‘[The crippling cost to the economy] gives Strong no pause. Indeed, he seems to want to inflict economic damage on Western industrial democracies. When it comes to environmental policy, Strong says, “Economic growth is not the cure, it is the disease.”’

  3. 4/ I just got a robo-call from the police. Patriots’ Day/ Marathon Monday:

    ‘Beacon Street will be closed from 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM. There’ll be three intersections along the route open to pedestrian crossing, blah-blah. We’re expecting 30,000 runners [can that be right?] and ?-visitors, blah-blah. Don’t bring any large bags or purses, blah-blah. Etc.…’

    This is my home. Become a fortress because of these monsters. They’ve forfeited their right to breathe, so I’m not interested in anything they might say.

    • @ yucki: On our local tax-payer funded (ABC I am agitating for them to get defunded without much effect) islamo-fascism-fellating Media said – via one of their female hosts of the Morning News Show (right after the bombing: “the media just makes such a big fuss because those hurt were all RICH WHITE FOLK).


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