A collection of videos and news links of highly indicative events and media manipulations showing where we are, and where we may be going. Links 2 on Aug. 26 – 2015

1: Gay pride not welcome in Venice, says city mayor

(All that swishing is probably bad for the foundations)

ROME (Reuters) – The mayor of Venice, who this month had a public row with British rock star Elton John over family values, has said he never wants to see a Gay Pride parade take place in the lagoon city while he is in charge.

Luigi Brugnaro, a businessman who was elected mayor on a centre-right ticket in June, told la Repubblica daily that gay pride marches were the “height of kitsch”.

“There will never be a Gay Pride in my city,” he was quoted as saying in Wednesday’s paper. “Let them go and do it in Milan, or in front of their own homes,” he said.

Italy’s rights group Arcigay holds Gay Pride parades in numerous Italian cities each year, last visiting Venice in 2014. It denounced Brugnaro’s broadside, accusing him of besmirching Venice’s reputation as an open, sophisticated society.

(Sooner or later, the constant tugging at classical society and denigration of the people who produce the wealth and create the history will push back. You can bend a culture and often that is a great thing. But it can also break)

2. Hungarian police fire tear gas at migrants to prevent them leaving refugee processing centre

Hungarian security forces have fired teargas to prevent around 200 migrants leaving the country’s main refugee processing centre near the southern border with Serbia, a police spokesman says.
Key points

140,630 migrants have crossed into Hungary this year
Barbed wire, four-metre high fence used to stop refugees
‘Border hunters’ to patrol Hungary’s southern border
Germany’s Angela Merkel booed by far-right protesters

The spokesman, Szabolcs Szenti, said police used the tear gas to disperse migrants who had refused to be fingerprinted and tried to leave the processing centre at Roszke near the southern border, along which Hungary is erecting a fence.

“Police are trying to calm the situation, but the migrants are continuing to shout,” Mr Szenti said.

More here

3. Bulgaria: Soldiers deployed to block refugees at Macedonian border

Dozens of heavily armed Bulgarian soldiers and a Humvee were deployed to the Macedonian border near the Gyueshevo checkpoint, Wednesday to prevent refugees and migrants entering the country.

4. Rebel Media: Christianity is the religion of war

5. Smoke billows from refugee housing centre in Berlin

A fire broke out at a former psychiatric clinic that had been earmarked to house refugees, in Berlin on Wednesday.

(Someone must have torn up a koran over there)

6. Americans outside Indiana Islamic center protesting killing of marines and US servicemen. The video is on a CAIR Youtube Channel.

7. Gaza terrorists hold military parade

8. BBC has a panel with muslims and Ann Marie Waters, organizer of the Cartoon of mohamed exhibit in the UK, subsequently cancelled for fear is ambushed by leftists and muslims who manage to derail from the point and obfuscate at every opportunity. This clip will make you mad.

Thank you CB Sashenka, M., Buck, Tundra T., Gates of Vienna Wrath of Khan and more.

Perhaps someone can explain this to me.

Here is a picture of the killer in Virginia from a related Facebook page:


And here is a picture of the same person from today’s post at the Daily Mail

CNN anchor murderer from Daily Mail

Maybe he is related to Michael Jackson.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “A collection of videos and news links of highly indicative events and media manipulations showing where we are, and where we may be going. Links 2 on Aug. 26 – 2015”

  1. Re: “Christianity is the Religion of War”
    There are those who falsely quote: “If there was no religion there would be not be any war”
    Many atheists claim that religion is the cause of most wars. However, the history of human warfare shows that less than 7% of all wars have had religious causes.
    But the unanswerable question is: How many people would have been killed if there was NO religion?
    “If men are so wicked with religion, what would they be if without it?” — Benjamin Franklin
    But did you know?
    Currently, there are about five Islamic terrorist attacks a day. Some big, some small.
    But it adds up to a constant war being waged against all non-Moslems everywhere in the world simultaneously.
    Islam has killed more people in this decade, per year, than the ENTIRE 350 year history of the Inquisition.
    Moslems are CURRENTLY responsible for the deaths of more Moslems, each year, than all the rest of the deaths of Moslems that are killed by all other peoples.
    Could it be that it is the MIS-USE of religion that is at fault?

    The difference is:
    Christians are horrible people when they act CONTRARY to Jesus’s example.
    Moslems are horrible people when they FOLLOW Muhammad’s example.

    “When people in other bona fide religions follow their doctrines they become better people — Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, and Jews. When Muslims follow their doctrine, they become jihadists.” — Clare Lopez

    Atheists and secular humanists consistently make the claim that religion is the #1 cause of violence and war throughout the history of mankind. One of atheism’s key cheerleaders, Sam Harris, says in his book The End of Faith that faith and religion are “the most prolific source of violence in our history.”
    While there’s no denying that campaigns such as the Crusades and the Thirty Years’ War foundationally rested on religious ideology, it is simply incorrect to assert that religion has been the primary cause of war. Moreover, although there’s also no disagreement that radical Islam was the spirit behind 9/11, it is a fallacy to say that all faiths contribute equally, where religiously-motivated violence and warfare are concerned.

    An interesting source of truth on the matter is Philip and Axelrod’s three-volume Encyclopedia of Wars, which chronicles some 1,763 wars that have been waged over the course of human history. Of those wars, the authors categorize 123 as being religious in nature, which is an astonishingly low 6.98% of all wars. However, when one subtracts out those waged in the name of Islam (66), the percentage is cut by more than half to 3.23%.
    That means that all faiths combined – minus Islam – have caused less than 4% of all of humanity’s wars and violent conflicts. Further, they played no motivating role in the major wars that have resulted in the most loss of life.
    The truth is, non-religious motivations and naturalistic philosophies bear the blame for nearly all of humankind’s wars. Lives lost during religious conflict pales in comparison to those experienced during the regimes who wanted nothing to do with the idea of God – something showcased in R. J. Rummel’s work “Lethal Politics and Death by Government”

    Non-religious wars:
    1.) The Seven Years’ War (Britain & France)
    2.) The American Revolution
    3.) The French Revolution
    4.) The Napoleonic Wars (France & Europe)
    5.) The Revolutions in the Americas
    6.) The Wars to create and preserve the British Empire (Boer War, Irish Revolution, and the Great Game with Russia would all be examples)
    7.) The American Civil War
    8.) The Crimean War
    9.) The Spanish-American War
    10.) World War I
    11.) The Italian invasion of Ethiopia
    12.) The Spanish Civil War
    13.) Stalin’s invasions of Finland, the Baltic states, and Poland
    14.) World War II
    15.) The Chinese Revolution
    16.) The Cold War, including but not limited to the Korean War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War, the American intervention in Grenada, and the Soviet campaign in Afghanistan
    17.) The Cultural Revolution in China (If you don’t want to call this a war I’ll concede it)
    18.) Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge Revolution
    19.) The Falklands War
    20.) The Persian Gulf War between Iran & Iraq
    21.) The Persian Gulf War between the United Nations and Iraq
    22.) The Breakup of Yugoslavia (beginning with Slovenia).

    Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I’m pondering?
    Pinky: Gee, I don’t know Brain, but except for wars with Moslems, what other wars since the Thirty Years’ War, from 1618 – 1648, has been fought over ‘religion’? Narf!
    Brain: Sometimes you astound me, Pinky!
    Pinky: Poit!

  2. Things are going as I thought they would, the ordinary people are mobilizing to protect their culture and nations, they are doing so at the right time because it won’t be long before the Moslems shift to a more active phase in the conquest. Europe is further down the path of being conquered then the US but once the active phase starts they might as well start here also since the events in Europe will tell everyone what is coming to North America.

  3. Re: the shooter, there’s a better pic in a post below on the main page here that looks more like him. The one above is between two camera frames, so the interleaving is distorting the image since the registration is off.

  4. RE 8:

    A N Wilson says that anti-black and anti-Jewish exhibitions wouldn’t be allowed but does not realise that Islam is full of anti-black and anti-Jewish preaching, so by his own logic Islam should be banned.

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