Geopolitics, odd accidents of MI6 agents, and armies of muslims demand to live in the most comfortable nation with the most rights for them: Links 1 on Aug, 31 – 2015

1: MI6 Spy Found Dead in Bag in Bath Had Hacked Clinton Data

(Now there is something you didn’t used to read in the headlines very often)

The MI6 spy who was found dead inside a holdall bag in his bathtub in London hacked into secret data held on former U.S. President Bill Clinton, The Sun newspaper has sensationally claimed today.

Gareth Williams was 31 years old when he was found naked, dead in his own bathtub in Pimlico, just a few minutes walk away from Britain’s Houses of Parliament.

Speculation has been rife ever since his death in September 2010 about the circumstances surrounding his death. A Metropolitan Police investigation revealed predictably, though suspiciously, that Mr Williams’ death was “probably an accident”. This was despite an initial inquest concluding that his death was “unnatural and likely to have been criminally mediated.”

(The British are famous for accidents where you cut yourself into pieces shaving and then fall into a bag and zip it up. Happens all the time)

2. Tension rises among UMIs in Budapest

3. One dead in Rinkeby suburb shooting

(There are plenty of witnesses the article says, but no description. This typically means one thing)

4. Knives, Machetes and Iron Bars: Cultural Enrichment in Dortmund

(This is an important article of an event which took place within Germany and there is little to no coverage of it in the German media)

They came with knives, machetes and iron bars: Albanians attack German public school and heavily injure students

Eyewitnesses report that on Friday, the 28th of August, 2015, a mob of twenty to thirty Albanians attacked students of the public school “Hörde”, just as the students were leaving the front doors of the school.

In the days previous to the attack there were provocations and threats through the Albanian family clan. The police knew of the threats, but for some reason they felt no need to show more presence at the school.

The result of this abandonment is that several students were injured, one student suffering a serious head injury. A police car that coincidentally just happened to be in the neighborhood was able to arrest three men. But the majority of the attackers escaped.

The school has seen repeated attacks on German students at that school in the past week.

5. UMIs attempt to avoid being fingerprinted in holding station in Hungary.

6. Protests over proposed mosque continue in Sterling Heights

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. –

More than 200 residents protested a planned mosque Saturday in Sterling Heights.

[Sterling Heights Mosque Protest 1] The crowd lined along 15 Mile Road near Mound Road at the site of the proposed mosque.

The protesters are speaking out against building the mosque in the Hatherly subdivision. Many who live around the area are overwhelmingly opposed to it.

The area is zoned residential. The planning commission would have to grant a special land use agreement for construction to begin.

7. French FM chastises Hungary for not being more open to UMIs.

(You can really see why everyone loves the French in this video)

8. Police continue to search muslim Thai bomber suspect’s apartment.

9. The Latest: Thai police find bomb materials in 2nd apartment

Thai police probing Bangkok’s deadly bombing say they have discovered bomb-making materials during a raid of a second apartment on the outskirts of the capital.

National police chief Prawuth Thavornsiri said Monday that police found fertilizer, gun powder, digital clocks and remote-controlled cars whose parts can be used for detonation, among other items, during a raid over the weekend at an apartment in Bangkok’s Min Buri district.

Prawuth said “these are bomb-making materials” and added that police are looking to issue three or four arrest warrants but declined to give more details.

10. Governor: Boko Haram Kills 56 in Remote Part of Borno State

Islamic extremist group Boko Haram killed 56 villagers in a remote area, the governor of Borno State of the region said Sunday, as the government warned that the extremists are trying to extend their violent campaign

Gov. Kashim Shettima confirmed the attack in Baanu village during a meeting with the parents of the 219 girls abducted from a school in the region by the extremists last year. Thursday marked 500 days of captivity of the girls from a school in Chibok.

“I want us all to understand that the Boko Haram crisis is a calamity that has befallen us, as the insurgents do not discriminate whether somebody is Christian or Muslim, neither do they have any tribal sympathy or affiliations. Just yesterday they killed 56 people in Baanu village of Nganzai local government, as I am speaking to you their corpses are still littered on the street of the village because virtually everyone in the village had to run for their lives”.

He did not provide futher details of the attack.

Fleeing residents of Baanu village said they were attacked by Boko Haram on Friday night.

“We returned back to the village in the morning after spending the night in the bush, we saw corpses in the streets of the village,” said farmer Mustapha Alibe.

11. Italy’s Eni discovers huge gas field off Egyptian coast

Italian energy group Eni says it has found one of the world’s largest natural gas fields off Egypt’s coast.

The company said the area was 1,450m (4,757 feet) beneath the surface and covered 100 sq km (39 sq miles).

It could hold as much as 30 trillion cubic feet of gas, or 5.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent, Eni said.

The company says that the Zohr field “could become one of the world’s largest natural-gas finds” and help meet Egypt’s gas needs for decades

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Buck, actually quite a few people who have worked hard today at many projects, some seen and some not, some that are partially completed and others are just information gathering.

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  1. Hungary slams ‘groundless’ French criticism of border barrier

    Budapest (AFP) – Hungary on Sunday lashed out at French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius over his criticism of the country’s new anti-migrant border barrier, accusing him of “shocking and groundless” judgements.

    In an interview with French radio Sunday morning Fabius said the razor-wire barrier, which runs the length of Hungary’s border with Serbia, does “not respect Europe’s common values”.

    Fabius also called “scandalous” the attitude of “a certain number of European countries, particularly in the east” who oppose a quota scheme for the distribution of migrants across EU member states. He did not name the countries targeted by that remark.

    “Instead of shocking and groundless judgements, one should instead concentrate on finding common solutions for Europe,” Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a statement quoted by MTI news agency, adding that a French Embassy representative would be summoned to the Foreign Ministry Monday over Fabius’s remarks.

    The Hungarian army at the weekend finished erecting its controversial barrier, which consists of three rolls of razor wire extending along its 175-kilometre border with non-EU member Serbia.

    Right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government is also building a four-metre-high fence and wants to stiffen penalties for people entering the country illegally.

    The measures come as Hungary struggles to cope with record numbers of migrants and asylum seekers crossing through the country on their odyssey to western Europe.

    Hungary has received almost 150,000 migrants so far this year, 50,000 this month alone, mostly crossing from Serbia.

    “It appears that certain people in Europe are still not capable of understanding what astonishing and dramatic pressure Hungary is under from migration via the Western Balkans,” Szijjarto accused.

    The vast majority of the migrants entering Hungary, which is also a member of Europe’s passport-free Schengen zone, are bound for more prosperous EU countries such as Germany and Sweden.

    “A good European is one who keep the rules of Europe,” Szijjarto said.

    “The Schengen rules clearly commit all EU members to protect their own and the outer borders of the EU. Hungary is doing this, and hence is also fulfilling its commitments to the union.”

    http://news.yahoo.com/hungary-slams-groundless-french-criticism-border-barrier-231148819.html

    • The members of the former Warsaw pact have occupation by foreign troops closer in their history, they are the ones who are going to start resisting through government action, the Western nations are the ones that will wait until the the locals revolt before they start doing anything.

  2. via google translation of Focus.de report:
    Despite the fences and barbed wire barrier along 175 kilometer border between Hungary and Serbia to stop the onslaught of refugees, about 2700 refugees managed to cross the border again on Saturday.

    Chartered buses are bringing refugees to Budapest …resulting with five alleged smugglers using trucks and minibuses apprehended causing massive traffic pileup reaching 50 kilometers on highway from Budapest to Vienna…. Hungary leaves refugees in trains for days waiting to continue onto Vienna, Munich and Berlin.

    Hungary is obliged to register all immigrants
    Hungary lies on the so-called West Balkan route through which refugees from Syria and other crisis regions after their arrival in Greece continue to arrive in western EU countries.want. According to the common EU asylum rules, Hungary is obliged to register all immigrants. …

  3. 1 – This murder of a disgruntled MI6 employee has never been solved, what is most interesting is that it occurred shortly after he had hacked into the MI6 file on Bil Clinton, what is in that file that is this sensitive?

    11 – If the Egyptians can develop the field and keep the Islamists taking over Egypt this will reduce the ability of Iran and ISIS to fund their conquest through their oil and gas sales.

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