Copenhagen, Israel, media response and Texas: Links 4 on May 4 – 2015

1. Daniel Tragerman was killed by mortar fired from UN facility – ex-IDF chief

(I believe the Geneva convention now allows this building to be a legitimate military target)

“I went and visited the civilians that were killed. That includes the family of Daniel Tragerman, four years old, that I was in the same kibbutz when they shot those mortars from a UN installation in Gaza.”

Gantz had happened to be visiting Kibbutz Nahal Oz — a community perched roughly one mile from the Gaza Strip — on August 22, 2014, when a mortar shell fired from Gaza landed outside the Tragerman family’s home, killing Daniel. The mortar shell landed outside and sent shrapnel smashing into the home. Daniel and his family had only a three-second warning between the sounding of the alarm and the impact of the mortar round that killed him.

2. You all waited for it, you will not be disappointed:

Gunman outside Muhammad cartoon event identified as suspected militant sympathizer

Nothing to do with Islam Vana2

Two gunmen, including a man once suspected of seeking to join Islamist militants in Somalia, waited only seconds to open fire on police blocking their way to a cartoon exhibit and contest depicting the prophet Muhammad, authorities said Monday during a widening probe into a suburban shootout near Dallas that left both attackers dead and raised possible links to a homegrown terror plot.

The motive for the late Sunday attack was not immediately clear, but one of the event’s keynote speakers — Dutch parliament member Geert Wilders — has been denounced by Islamist militant groups such as al-Qaeda for his outspoken criticism of the Muslim presence in Europe.

3. First video edit from the For Freedom march in Copenhagen

4. Stephen Coughlin’s book is now available at! It is fantastic reading. I will do a more complete review soon.

5. Wild Bill for America makes some nice simple sense about the Texas attack

6. Governor of Texas comes out in favour of free speech, but still thinks of the attack as a “crime”

7. Media begins to dig into the past of the two religious muslim attackers

Thank you M. Richard, Liberty Dk. and so many who work very hard and are taking increasingly bigger risks to bring truth to the masses. Thousands of Frenchmen did a bogus, ‘We are all Charlie Hebdo’ march after the attacks in France when in truth nearly none of them are. But all of you who read this site, and contribute in many ways are in fact Prometheus bringing the light of truth to humanity and knowing the reward for it may not be pleasant at all.


About Eeyore

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

4 Replies to “Copenhagen, Israel, media response and Texas: Links 4 on May 4 – 2015”

  1. 4/ Congratulations to Stephen Coughlin on the publication of his much-anticipated book.

    ‘So effective were his presentations that some in the special operations community dubbed them “Red Pill briefings,” a reference to an iconic scene in The Matrix. It’s an apt metaphor: once the facts and doctrines are properly explained and understood, there is no going back.’

    ‘Banned by the [Obama} White House,’ can’t be a better reason to buy it than that.

  2. It’s amazing the number of muslims who are ‘shocked’ at the behaviour of their mosque brethren who carry out these types of attacks. ‘He was quiet….’, ‘….very helpful…’ etc. We saw this in Sydney in December, in Paris and then Denmark and now Texas. Muslims themselves can’t predicy the behaviour of their co-cultists. what a dangerous state of affais.

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