The continued strategic loss of the most advanced and free societies in history to primitive, barbaric thugs: Links 1 on Aug. 1 – 2015

1. In Obama’s America, it can be a crime to successfully defend yourself from a jihadi attack.

From Allen B. West:

As reported ten days ago by Western Journalism, “A Navy officer and Marine reportedly returned fire at the shooter who killed five service members in Chattanooga, Tenn., even though current policy does not permit military members to carry […]

Ladies and gents, resulting from the text message I received yesterday, I can confirm that the United States Navy is bringing charges against Lt. Cmdr Timothy White for illegally discharging a firearm on federal property.

2. In this 32 minute debate on Glazov, the panelists are extremely well known to this readership and therefore their positions are likely well known. It is probably skippable to many of you that don’t have a half hour for Choudary et al. But it is good to see such a clear expression of these points of view thanks to the contrast the other panelists provide.

And Robert Spencer is always worth watching.

3. Jihad in Tennessee

4. Muslims marvel ar miracle magic-marking mould

Thousands of people in Mali’s capital, Bamako, are flocking to see what it believed to a religious sign on a wall that suddenly appeared last weekend.

Many believe the white image on the outside wall of a toilet shows a man praying, interpreting it as a message from God.

Riot police have been deployed to keep an eye on the crowd as people queue day and night to see the mark.

Most southern Malians are Tijani Muslims, a moderate sect of Sufi Islam.

 

More images here

5. Turkey’s sudden interest in fighting the islamic state has lead to the killing of 250 Kurds by Turkey. (oddly the only people who actually are being effective in fighting the Islamic State)

6. UK: Police use force to keep rival migrant protesters apart in Folkestone

7. Police Warn of No-Go Zones in Germany

(There was a successful push a while ago to eliminate that term as it was too accurate and frightening. Things must be quite bad if it as returned to the MSM)

Spiraling levels of violent crime perpetrated by immigrants from the Middle East and the Balkans are turning parts of Duisburg, a key German industrial city, into “areas of lawlessness” — areas that are becoming de facto “no-go” zones for police, according to a confidential police report that was leaked to the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel.

8. Tard-diggers scamming the Islamic State

9. Lawyer’s Secular Society explains its decision to share a platform with Geert Wilders etc.

(More to say on this later)

Thank you WTD., M., Gates of Vienna, Richard, and all. More to come later today.

After a brief chat with Oz-RIta who patiently explained the equine facts of life, I would like to wish all horses in the Southern hemisphere a happy birthday today.

Below, some muslims in England respond to Cameron’s speech on extremism the way a rabid dog or a healthy cat responds to a pail of water.

Lastly, and kind of riffing on a great moment in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a thought occurred while watching that amazing, ‘Coughlinesque’ analyst, Sebastian Gorka, on the video posted last night.

Marriage is the opposite of war in the sense that it takes two to make a successful marriage and only one to make a successful divorce. But it only takes one nation with an army to make a successful war yet it takes two to prevent one by deterrence and it takes two to guarantee the sovereignty of each and survival of both cultures. (It made slightly more sense in my head last night but the follow up still stands)

So no amount of Obama policies of disarming and soft diplomacy can possibly improve the security and cultures of the USA. Of course, one suspects that was the point.

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10 Replies to “The continued strategic loss of the most advanced and free societies in history to primitive, barbaric thugs: Links 1 on Aug. 1 – 2015”

  1. Col Wesl is right this country is indeed in FUBAR. For those who don’t know what that means: F_____ Up Beyond Recognition some people say the R stands for repair not recognition.

    I add this explanation because I know a lot of people who need it.

  2. 7 – No go zones are de facto successful secession from a nation, they have set up small areas where the original nations laws don’t rule and instead foreign laws, morals, culture rule. If this situation isn’t stopped early it will grow until it reaches a level where an armed military response is the only way for the original nation to recover its sovereignty.

    8 – Every cent taken from ISIS helps the west..

  3. “Marriage is the opposite of war in the sense that it takes two to make a successful marriage and only one to make a successful divorce. But it only takes one nation with an army to make a successful war yet it takes two to prevent one by deterrence and it takes two to guarantee the sovereignty of each and survival of both cultures. (It made slightly more sense in my head last night but the follow up still stands”

    I wish I had thought of that, the best I have come up with is it takes on to make a massacre and two to make a fight.

  4. Related to the prosecution of Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White, the Chattanooga support center’s commanding officer…below a cut/paste of related comment at FreeRepublic:

    “As a former Air Force prosecutor, Area Defense Counsel and Circuit Defense Counsel, I see this going one of a couple ways:

    1. The Navy cedes jurisdiction to the DOJ and they prosecute him in federal district court. Not likely, as DOD and DOJ don’t work and play that well together in the criminal area.

    2. The Navy cedes jurisdiction to the Chattanooga district attorney – again, not likely, because there were no “victims” of his carrying the weapon, and we don’t know whether he had a CHL so that he was in fact LAWFULLY carrying. Oh, and if it’s a “federal facility”, the DA has no jurisdiction. Navy can’t have its cake and eat it too.

    3. If he’s prosecuted under Art. 92, disobeying a lawful general regulation, there’s a distinct possibility of a conviction.

    4. If they go with Art 134, service-discrediting conduct or good order and discipline, it’s a lot tougher sell. If this hadn’t happened, nobody would ever know he had a weapon, and who the hell did he discredit? And his actions ENHANCE good order and discipline.

    5. Courts martial are a bifurcated system: first guilt or innocence, then (if guilty finding) sentencing. The mitigation in sentencing in this case is a defense counsel’s dream: first, the “good soldier” defense – not knowing anything but what I’ve read, he’s a family man, was selected as the “best of the best” to be a recruiter. Next, he saved untold lives by his conduct and by being ready for the fight. Frankly, even if he’s found guilty, I see this as a very likely sentence of “no punishment”.

    6. There are probably people just like me lining up to defend this guy at his CM for free.

    Many think there’s no justice under the UCMJ – that’s just not so. What impedes justice is Whisky Delta SJAs who won’t tell the commander when a dog case is a dog case.

    Colonel, USAFR

    24 posted on 8/1/2015, 11:52:57 AM by jagusafr

    • Austria use to have a medal that could be awards only to people who disobeyed orders and won a battle, needless to say it wasn’t awarded very ofte\\n.

  5. rudy tooty zuddi is so full of it he’s gotta smell like a’ shyte truck.
    every time there is a barbaric act by muslims .. they are not his type of muslim.. tired of seeing him on tv.. he is a fraud as well as all the other muslim .. or whatever he is at a relative moment ..
    political islam yea ..

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