1. Odd video of ‘top secret US anti ‘ISIL’ base’ where they show how much gear you can have, know how, manpower and still be fully ineffective. This is a surreal video to watch.
3. The video below is just in case anyone thinks Stephen Coughlin is wrong about the effects of Allinsky inspired cultural Marxism in our schools. It will show that he is actually understating the problem.
4. Egyptian court confirms death sentence for Mohammed Morsi
(The White house seems very upset by this. More so than the genocide of Christians by the Islamic State in numerous villages or a hundred other things the US has failed to condemn, which would be in keeping with traditional US and Western values.)
The White House branded Egypt’s sentencing of former president Mohamed Morsi as politically motivated Tuesday, in a sharp rebuke of its uneasy military ally.
“We are deeply troubled by the politically motivated sentences that have been handed down against former president Morsi and several others by an Egyptian court today,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said.
(Has anyone seen a condemnation of the attack on 300 loyal Americans in Texas at the Draw Moe event yet from the White House? Mosri plans to appeal. Would a sharia court offer that?)
(Interesting at a few levels)
Migrants from Syria and Afghanistan who have fled from ISIS have clashed on a Greek island after branding their living conditions a ‘human zoo’.
The former middle class Syrian families arrived on the eastern Greek island of Lesbos, some wearing Nike sportswear, Converse trainers and Beats headphones, and are demanding electricity, running water and sanitation in their camps.
It comes after they also urged authorities to house them in separate camps to a group of Afghan arrivals after fighting broke out with some saying they are struggling to ‘protect their women’.
The president’s initiative stems from the fact that the current government is struggling to function, particularly in the Gaza Strip. AFP earlier Tuesday quoted the secretary general of Fatah’s Revolutionary Council, Amin Maqbul, as saying that the government would “resign in the next 24 hours because this one is weak and there is no chance that Hamas will allow it to work in Gaza.”
According to Palestinian sources, Abbas is expected to appoint Hamdallah again to form the new government, which will include a number of changes from its current formation.
(I think we all knew this)
Just as President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knew the night of the Benghazi terrorist attack on September 11, 2012, that the attack on our diplomatic mission there was a preplanned terrorist attack, it has now become known that President Obama knew in real time that Bowe Bergdahl in fact was a deserter who abandoned his post in the Afghanistan war zone.
Bergdahl walked away from his comrades and his military responsibilities in June 2009 after he finished his guard shift at an outpost in Southeastern Afghanistan’s Paktika Province. And his fellow soldiers knew at the time Bowe Bergdahl was a deserter
“I was pissed off then and I am even more so now with everything going on,” said former Sergeant Matt Vierkant, a member of Bergdahl’s platoon when he went missing on June 30, 2009. “Bowe Bergdahl deserted during a time of war and his fellow Americans lost their lives searching for him.”
As Iran prepares to take on the United States in the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball’s 2015 World League competition on Friday, 19 June, the issue of women in stadiums is once again being hotly debated across Iran. The usual arguments have been reignited, with fans calling for their rights to be upheld and hardliners warning that Islamic values are at risk. And there are some new claims, too, including that women’s presence in stadiums encourages and promotes prostitution.
Friday’s game will take place at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium. But will women be among the 12,000 fans showing their support for the Iranian men’s volleyball team? On June 10, the Iranian vice president for women’s affairs, Shahindokht Molavardi, confirmed that 500 women — most of whom have family members taking part in the game — would be allowed into the stadium, reiterating a statement she gave to Shargh newspaper on June 1. Representatives from other government agencies have denied that any decision has been reached on the matter.
9. Officials Raise Terror Threat Level, Evacuate Workers From 2 Philadelphia Naval Facilities
…in turn,(after threat) officials raised the threat level for those facilities from Bravo to Charlie — the second highest level — while evacuating workers around 10:20 a.m. Some workers said they were suddenly told they had to leave without being given an explanation.
By noon, SkyForce10 captured crews blocking the entrance to the Northeast Philly facility with concrete barriers.
10. Ex muslims in the UK hiding their apostasy from community
Thank you M., Buck, Shabnam, TR Twitter feed and many more and much more to come. Working on VIII of the Coughlin, Red Pill Brief. There will be at least three more parts.