2. French attack suspect taken to his home under heavy police guard
(This scene looks like a casting call for the lead role in The Elephant Man)
The United States supported the secret supply of weapons to Libyan rebels while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State according to federal court documents obtained by Fox News.
In a sworn declaration to the District Court of Arizona May 5th 2015, a career CIA officer David Manners said, “It was then, and remains now, my opinion that the United States did participate, directly or indirectly, in the supply of weapons to the Libyan Transitional National Council.” The timing matters because in the Spring of 2011 the Libyan opposition was not formally recognized, and the direct supply of arms was not authorized. At that time, the CIA Director was David Petraeus. (DAVID MANNERS DOCUMENT HERE)
4. Gay Pride march in Istanbul.
(I doubt this is what the organizers meant by wet and steamy)
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Twelve Sudanese medical students, most carrying Western passports, are believed to have travelled to Turkey with the intention of crossing into Syria to join Islamist militant groups, the university’s dean of students said on Sunday. […]
Babaker said seven carried British passports, two carried Canadian passports and one student had a U.S. passport. Two held only Sudanese passports.
Their journey raises fears of additional foot soldiers or sympathisers carrying out attacks on home soil similar to those launched over the weekend by a suspected Islamist in France, and by Islamic State-claimed attacks on a Shi’ite mosque in Kuwait and a beach resort in Tunisia.
The latest apparent influx from Sudan also raises concerns about the religious discourse that students in Sudan, which itself promotes a conservative brand of Islam, may be subjected to.
The date marks the first anniversary of Islamic State setting up its so-called caliphate in Syria and Iraq.
Dr Afzal Ashraf warned: “The timing of the atrocious attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait suggest that these events could have stemmed from the same motivation: to mark the first anniversary of the forming of the caliphate which will be on Monday.
“Friday was significant, as it was the last holy day before this anniversary. Instead of going to a mosque, the form of worship adopted by these people is to kill innocent people.
(Click over and read the whole article. And exactly what does the author think mosques tell people to do, and plan for them?)
Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, M., GoV and all. More to come including what could be the final part of the Q&A of Stephen Coughlin’s Red Pill Brief.