Merkel doubles down for the invaders and Burma reenforces rational law: Links 3 on Aug. 31 – 2015

1: Illegal complains about French PM visiting the squalor of the illegal campsite in Calais

(It must be so much better where she came from. if only there was some way to help her get back)

2. ‘I can’t sleep, I’m very scared… loving someone isn’t wrong’: One of two Indian sisters sentenced to rape after ‘untouchable’ brother ran off with a married woman from a higher caste reveals their terrifying ordeal

One of two sisters sentenced to be raped in India after their brother ran off with a married woman from a higher caste has spoken out about her fear.

Meenakshi Kumari, 23, has described how she has been unable to sleep or leave the house for fear of the village elders – who sentenced her and her 15-year-old sister to rape – sending someone to deliver the punishment.

‘I can’t sleep, I’m very scared,’ she said from a secret location in Delhi, 30 miles from their village Sankrot, in Uttar Pradesh, central India.

‘How will we ever return home or to our village? If we ever return they will harm us or rape us. If not today then in the future.

'I can't sleep, I'm very scared': Meenakshi Kumari, 23, has described how she has been unable to sleep or leave the house for fear of the village elders, who condemned her to be raped after her brother ran off with a married woman from a higher caste

‘Jats never forget and they will not forget this humiliation. They want their revenge. Loving someone is not wrong.’

Christians left homeless due to devastating flooding in Pakistan have been offered an unacceptable choice by Muslim charities providing for victims: convert to Islam or become bonded servants, essentially a form of modern-day slavery.

The choice come with the Pakistani government’s alleged decision to ignore the suffering of the country’s Christian communities.

“When it comes to responding to the flooding of Christian communities, the government seems to back off. Whereas with Muslim communities they respond immediately as do the Muslim charities,” said Wilson Chowdhry, the president of the British Pakistani Christian Association speaking to The Christian Post.

(This would be an important article to keep on hand or remember for when apologists talk about islamic charity. Tis for muslims only, the oft trumpeted zakat. Not for the infidel)
(If I wasn’t so certain that there are no problems in the world except for white privilege in places white people built but allow anyone to have equal rights in, and all colored policemen using force unblock criminals etc. I would think there may be a terrorism problem within China or something)

A massive explosion has ripped through a region in China.

Bright flames and black smoke were seen from what is thought to be a chemical factory this evening.

The explosion was seen and heard in the industrial zone of Lijin, Dongying City of Shandong, just before 11.30pm local time.

It is not yet known if there are any injuries or fatalities.

The blast comes just a fortnight after another huge explosion in the country killed dozens and injured hundreds.

5. Federal Court Orders CAIR to Pay AFLC $9,000 in Legal Fees

(There are traces of justice left here and there)

6. Burma’s Buddhist monks. Working to develop compasion but not powered by stupidity.

President Thein Sein signed the Monogamy Bill after it was passed by parliament on August 21, Zaw Htay, a senior official at the president’s office, told Reuters. The law was briefly sent back to parliament for review before being signed.

The bill sets punishments for people who have more than one spouse or live with an unmarried partner other than the spouse.

The government denies it is aimed at Muslims, estimated to make up about 5 percent of the population, and some of whom practice polygamy.

(Funny how muslims always interpret a people or a nation enforcing its own culture and laws as ‘anti-muslim’ because in fact, muslim culture and laws are anti-everyone else. Monogamy is a decidedly good strategy for a people that want peace and equality. Polygamy is not)

7. August 29 2015 – Basel – Switzerland – Pegida protesters attacked by “unknown” activists

8. Germany: ‘Full power’ of state to be used against those who attack refugees – Merkel

(Perhaps the people the German government has forcibly removed from their own homes to put foreign uninvited Muslims in, should forcibly remove Merkel from hers and move some of these protected class into her home and the homes of her peers. It should be difficult for her to object between this event and the speech above)

Thank you M., Richard, Wrath of Khan, Buck, Gates of Vienna and many more. And lots and lots more to add and quite a few important videos on the decay of civilization in the US and the ‘migrant’ crisis in Europe in the comments under the daily reader links posts)

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5 Replies to “Merkel doubles down for the invaders and Burma reenforces rational law: Links 3 on Aug. 31 – 2015”

  1. #8
    If there is one group of Muslims on the planet Earth who qualify as most-likely-to-be–a-bunch-of-terrorists, I would think it would be the anti-Assad, Sunni Muslim refugees from the Syrian War. The reason the Assad regime has always been so brutal is because they have to be to deal with the brand of ultra-fanatic Sunni jihadists that seem to grow around Syria, and always, always desire the deaths of absolutely everyone who is not a member of their particular sect. And for some reason Angela Merkel is fanatically married to the idea of bringing millions of them into Germany. How does that make any sense?

    So…does that mean that Martians have taken over the world and they’re just having a little fun with us for now? Are Angela and Barack and David going to pull off their rubber masks and reveal the slim-covered, skull-headed, eye-bulged, brain-bubble Aliens they really are? It’s the only rational explanation, frankly…

    • I am haunted by the film Children of Men. Metaphorically incorrect on many levels, though powerfully relevant in its imagery of the present day and the war it portends. It saddens me so.

  2. 2 – This is one of the nations that is suppose to take over the US position as leader of the free world, this sentence is the type of barbarism that you expect from Islamic nations. Yes I know there is a significant minority of Moslems in India.

    4 – China is the other nation mentioned as taking over the position as leader of the world, with their economy tanking (thanks to Keynesian economics) and now a growing rebellion by some unnamed group they aren’t in the position to lead anything. In some ways this growing fighting inside China is good since it takes their attention from their external attempts at domination of the Far East and gives Japan time to rebuild their military and to fortify the disputed islands. Now if we will just get a President that will rebuild our military and support Japan and the Philippines.

    6 – Now if we could get a law like that in all western nations.

    8 Everyone like her should be made to live in the ghettos that are the most dangerous, and denied having police protection when they are in the ghettos.

  3. #4 Very minor point but still I was denied my vicarious virtual boom. That footage shown was interlaced with the footage from 2 weeks ago, and all the vids on YT show the same recycled footage from the earlier blast (someone dinking with CGI). Everything else on YT is gobbley-gook Alex Jones stuff. Makes me wonder if someones getting their leg pulled on that news story.

  4. #2 This is a form of disinformation. Something the counter jihad should be familiar with. Amnesty should verify the facts first.

    “Did India village council really order rape of two sisters?” BBC
    “…”We are so ashamed that our village is in the news for something that did not even happen,” one young man shouts….

    …Just two doors away, I can see the roof of the house belonging to the man she is said to have eloped with. It’s easy to imagine how they met and decided to run away.

    But when she speaks to me, I get a completely different version.

    “I barely knew the man,” she says her eyes fixed on the ground.

    “I didn’t even know his name. He tricked me into going with him saying he’ll get me a job. Then he kept me against my will.”….

    …”We believe that the woman went with the man willingly,” says Additional Superintendent of Police, Vidyasagar Misra.

    “But in our investigations we didn’t find any evidence that a village council meeting took place and order passed against anyone as reported.”

    We put this to Amnesty who said they had based their information on the sister’s petition to the Supreme Court.

    “We have not been on the ground, we have not visited the village,” Amnesty spokesperson Gopika Bashi told us.

    “We still believe that whatever has occurred, regardless of allegations being thrown back and forth that it’s very important that the family is safe and the girls are safe.”

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