1. Another convert to Islam in Canada, demanding that the world submit to sharia and of course, his terrorism charges have nothing to do with islam
4. Islamic State seems to have retaken the Syrian city of Kobani and gone on a slaughter fest of civilians living there. Did Turkey assist them in retaking Kobani?
5. The video below seems to be multiple camera angles, or multiple attacks in Kobani of explosions. This video also seems to indicate that the Islamic State fighters went through Turkish border points to make the attacks. Based on recent revelations about Erdogan’s support of islamic terror, this should be closer to reassuring of a world view than a surprise to any genuine observer at this point.
6. British media trying to find ways of describing what is happening with the pandemic of child sex slavery by muslims without actually saying anything of real importance about it.
(For people unfamiliar with this issue, imagine world-media trying to report on mass beatings of Jewish people and the Nazi death camps without using the word ‘Nazi’ or in any way trying to allow people to come to the conclusion that the Nazi doctrine is in any way responsible for these events, leading to a tactic of blaming Germans, Europeans, White people, Christians and so on, when 99% the problem was actions generated by policy which was derived from Nazi ideology)
(Is this the same attack reported yesterday with more casualties? Or have there been multiple attacks by muslims in China?)
At least 18 people have been killed after ethnic Uighurs attacked police with knives and bombs at a traffic checkpoint in China’s western Xinjiang region, Radio Free Asia reported on Wednesday.
The attack occurred on Monday in a district of the southern city of Kashgar, where tensions between Muslim Uighurs that call the region home and the majority Han Chinese have led to bloodshed in recent years.
Suspects killed several police officers with knives and bombs after speeding through a traffic checkpoint in a car in Kashgar’s Tahtakoruk district, U.S.-based Radio Free Asia said, citing Turghun Memet, an officer at a nearby police station.
Armed police responded to the attack and killed 15 suspects “designated as terrorists,” Radio Free Asia cited Memet as saying.
CCTV footage captured the moment one of this morning’s car bombs exploded. An Isil Toyota pickup truck can be seen approaching a YPG checkpoint, and then exploding.
As the fallout from today’s attacks begins, questions will be asked as to how a car rammed-full of explosive was able to infiltrate the heart of a town that was meant to have been secured.
Thank you M., Maria J., GoV., Richard, and all. Much more to come.
Part I of the Q&A of Stephen Coughlin’s Red Pill Brief will be available very shortly as well, and will be posted in the next major post, as well as on the dedicated page made to host the 10 videos of his brief.