1: 10,000 people march against the migrant insanity in Germany
2. The Propaganda:
Approximately 104,460 asylum seekers arrived in Germany during the month of August, setting a new record. That makes 413,535 registered refugees and migrants coming to Germany in 2015 so far. The country expects a total of around 800,000 people to seek asylum in Germany this year. And that’s just Germany. The entire continent of Europe is being inundated with refugees at a rate unprecedented in world history. This is no longer just a “refugee crisis.” This is a hijrah.
Hijrah, or jihad by emigration, is, according to Islamic tradition, the migration or journey of Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib, later renamed by him to Medina, in the year 622 CE. It was after the hijrah that Muhammad for the first time became not just a preacher of religious ideas, but a political and military leader. That was what occasioned his new “revelations” exhorting his followers to commit violence against unbelievers. Significantly, the Islamic calendar counts the hijrah, not Muhammad’s birth or the occasion of his first “revelation,” as the beginning of Islam, implying that Islam is not fully itself without a political and military component.
5. It seems that government agents attacked a Turkish newspaper which was known for revealing facts about government activities such as sending material support and lots and lots of weapons and ammunition to the Islamic State jihadis. Below are links on this issue. We will have to connect the dots ourselves for the moment.
Daily Hürriyet’s Istanbul headquarters was pelted with stones by a group of pro- Justice and Development Party (AKP) supporters early on Sept. 7 in an attack described by the newspaper’s editor-in-chief as “a black page in Turkey’s democratic history.”
Around 150 pro-AKP protesters started to convene in front of Hürriyet’s HQ in Istanbul’s Ba?c?lar district late on Sept. 6, hours after a deadly terrorist attack in Turkey’s southeast.
A Turkish prosecutor has launched a probe into daily Hürriyet for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an.
?dris Kurt, deputy chief prosecutor in Istanbul’s Bak?rköy district, initiated the process himself Sept. 7 over claims that daily Hürriyet “twisted Erdo?an’s words to conduct a perception operation.”
Speaking on the pro-government A Haber TV station about the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party’s (PKK) deadly attack on a military convoy in the southeastern province of Hakkari on Sept. 6, Erdo?an was asked by the presenter: “You said in the inauguration of a metro line that you ‘wanted 400 deputies’ [for the AKP]. It is said that these words played a role in the coming of this conflict period.”
The young Jewish men were waiting for a tram when three men verbally and physically assaulted them.
The attack, which left the 17-year-old with a head injury, was being treated as a hate crime, police confirmed.
The tram stop was closed for investigations to take place. It has now reopened.
Det Insp Liam Boden, of Greater Manchester Police, said: “I know this will cause upset and anxiety in the Jewish community and I want to offer reassurance that we have launched an investigation to find the people that did this.
(BBC offers no decryption of the suspects as usual. Times of Israel couldn’t get one either)
6. Protestors hurl rocks at anti invader rally in Germany
I cannot stress enough that the links post should also be checked for a lot of info that doesn’t make the posts. the posts also contain a lot of links and information that is not in the links posts. Yes, this is time consuming. But events are growing in scale on every axis. Severity, consequence, numerical, danger etc. etc. Making new choices based on changing circumstances is the core of survival of the fittest. Let no reader of this site win a Darwin award. Be informed, make decisions, survive and thrive to all of you. Also for North Americans, once the drug stores open tomorrow, stock up on Gaviscon and anti emetics. Its a safe bet the news this week will warrant them.