1: Gates of Vienna post on the clip of Merkel obfuscating a room full of seals on the islamic invasion of Europe. (There is a lot of history I did not know here)
(And why not. If I were Russia and saw what Western Europe was doing to itself I would fortify in every way I could. Then I would outlaw birth control pills)
SOLOTI, Russia, Sept 9 (Reuters) – Russia has started to build a huge military base housing ammunition depots and barracks for several thousand soldiers near the Ukrainian border, a project that suggests the Kremlin is digging in for a prolonged stand-off with Kiev.
The base, when completed, will even have its own swimming pool, skating rink and barber shop, according to public documents. This week workmen were erecting a fence in a cornfield outside the village of Soloti to mark out the perimeter, and told a Reuters reporter to leave, accusing him of being an Ukrainian spy.
In almost the same spot there was a flurry of military activity in April last year that coincided with intense fighting across the Ukrainian frontier that lies about 25 km (15 miles) away. A squadron of Mi-24 attack helicopters was seen there at the time, as well as army tents and trucks.
BUDAPEST, Sept 9 (Reuters) – Hungary’s planned new transit zones near the Serbian border will be closed off from the rest of Hungary but migrants whose asylum requests are rejected will be returned to Serbia, a senior Hungarian ruling Fidesz party lawmaker said on Wednesday.
Gergely Gulyas reiterated that there was no point in talking about migrant quotas until mass immigration was stopped.
(The DM is not allowing comments on this post because immigration issues I guess are out of bounds in the UK)
A policeman was today arrested on suspicion of faking a terror plot to kidnap and murder a fellow officer.
A tip-off last December led to West Midlands Police asking staff not to travel to work in their uniform and urged them to be extra vigilant on patrol in case they were attacked.
Today a 28-year-old police officer, named locally as Pc Amar Hussain, was held on on suspicion of of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, misconduct in a public office and misuse of police systems.
Two others, aged 25 and 31, have also been accused of perverting the course of justice in connection with false information given to police.
The trio, all from Birmingham, allegedly made a ‘false and malicious’ call to West Midlands Police on December 8 last year.
But today Saudi Arabia accepts no refugees from countries affected by civil war, and none at all from Syria. Instead, the Lebanese newspaper al Diyar reports that Saudi Arabia is offering to construct 200 mosques for the Muslim refugees being accepted in Germany.
(actual defense of a muslim teen in Quebec who committed an armed robbery to get the money to go jihading)
“You work for non-believers. You are an apostate.”
The teen also says he’s against democracy.
“I have the right to go to a miscreant and take his things,” he continues in the video.
“It’s considered the spoils of war and I am at war.”
The accused often interrupts Soussi, saying he doesn’t want to talk anymore.
“I have reasons why I did what I did,” he replies when asked about the robbery.
“Non-believers won’t understand. Only Muslims will.”
(Only muslims and anyone with half a brain that allows themselves to understand what islam is all about)
As the teen’s trial on terrorism charges opened Tuesday in Quebec Court’s youth division, a video was played of his interrogation the day he was arrested at his private high school Oct. 17.
The video shows Brahim Soussi of the RCMP’s national security team advising the boy, who cannot be identified because he is a minor, he was suspected of attempting to leave Canada to join a terrorist group, an offence under the Criminal Code.
Soussi expressed amazement someone so young had caught the attention of anti-terror investigators.
Religion was the subject that finally got a 15-year-old boy, arrested last year on terrorism-related charges, to start really talking to the police.
The teenager, who is from western Montreal, was arrested on Oct. 17 last year on suspicion he robbed a dépanneur in Lachine to purchase a plane ticket to head to a country where he would allegedly take part in a terrorist activity.
For a couple of hours Montreal police detective Claudio Del Corpo and RCMP investigator Brahim Soussi tried to get the boy to explain why he held up the convenience store using a knife, the boy’s trial heard on Wednesday.
Thank you M., Buck, Wrath of Khan, Richard, Yucki, Nash Montana and many more. Lots more to come I am saddened to say.