John Nuttall and Amanda Korody are shown in a still image taken from RCMP undercover video. B.C. Supreme Court has heard that the RCMP confronted a man eventually found guilty of terrorism after his friend reported to police that the suspect claimed to have shot a Jewish woman.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-RCMP”
VANCOUVER – A woman found guilty of helping to mastermind a terrorist bomb plot wanted to infiltrate a synagogue and kill “small Jews” to save the children from going to hell, a court has heard.
Police notes presented in B.C. Supreme Court on Monday recounted Amanda Korody’s husband John Nuttall telling an undercover officer that his wife believed she would be doing Jewish children a favour by sending them to paradise, since she believed “grown-up Jews” go to “eternal hell” when they die.
“I asked Nuttall how he thinks he will have access to Jewish kids and he said they were both white and could pass for Jewish,” Crown lawyer Sharon Steele read from the undercover RCMP officer’s notes, dated from March 2013.
“They will be regulars in the synagogue. They will gain the trust of everybody. And once they have everything they will get enough guns and ammo to go ahead with their mission.”
Nuttall acknowledged that Jewish children were non-combatants but explained that they would be raised to hate Arabs and Muslims, wrote the undercover officer. However, Nuttall eventually conceded that “you never know, they may convert (to Islam) in their adulthood.”
(Glad someone did the math on that. Worthy videos at link as well)
3. John Kerry: Lawyer to the IRI
4. In this article about the girl who was beaten for wearing a bikini in France, they name the aggressors all of whom are muslims, and say their religious beliefs are offended by the French woman’s state of undress, but do not say Islam anywhere in the article.
(Journalism is stenography today and thats about all)
5. As a further example of the modern media, have a look at this article about a few things by the Guardian. A solid way of determining the veracity of a news source, is to compare what they write on a subject with which you are familiar, even an expert, and compare what they wrote to what you know. Of douse a certain layman naiveté can always be understood and usually even forgiven. But when its outright hostile misrepresentation? I’m sure most readers here are familiar with Gates of Vienna, enough to know the value of this Guardian article.
(If they are real experts on Islam, it might be interesting to see if the European ones defect and ask for asylum in Canada)
Senior officials from the U.S.-led coalition battling Islamic State forces will meet in Canada this week to discuss how to improve the effectiveness of the campaign, two sources with knowledge of the meeting said on Monday.
They said those who will take part in the closed-door gathering in Quebec City on Thursday include retired General John Allen, appointed by U.S. President Barack Obama to build a coalition against the militant group.
A spokesman at the U.S. embassy in Ottawa said he could not comment.
Earlier this month Allen urged Turkey to do more to stop jihadists crossing its border with Syria. Turkey and the United States are now working on plans to jointly sweep Islamic State fighters from a strip of land along the Turkish border.
The Quebec City meeting of the so-called anti-ISIS Coalition Small Group will focus on all aspects of the struggle against ISIS, both military and political, the two sources said.
7. PEGIDA in Dresden Germant
Thank you Richard, M., GoV.,