1. Students asked what Ahmed the clock faker’s 1970s clock-in-a-case looks like to them
Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, spoke out last night
Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, warned the EU was now facing a “critical point” and that the migrant crisis hadn’t even reached its peak.
As he chaired an emergency meeting of EU leaders in Brussels last night Mr Tusk painted a bleak picture of the EU’s future, saying the 28-member bloc was on the verge of breakdown with “recriminations and misunderstanding” pitting nations against one another.
The future of free movement was at stake, he said, as the continent had lost control of its borders as well as a “sense of order”.
The state-run Saudi Press Agency quoted an unnamed police official in Hail province as saying the shootings happened Thursday at two separate police posts. The official identified the dead as two civilians and one soldier.
The official said an investigation has been launched.
(You would almost expect the next headline to be about aborted alien babies with Ebola. I’m not sure how much more catastrophic and spectacular the headlines can get and still be real but I am sure they will get worse, along with events)
The mind-blowing claim comes from a veteran German journalist who is the only reporter to have been allowed to operate as an ‘embed’ with ISIS and escape with his head still attached to his shoulders.
Jürgen Todenhöfer, 75, a former MP with Angela Merkel’s CDU party, became a reporter in 2000 and has specialized in war reporting.
He spent 10 harrowing days on the ISIS frontline, dodging bullets and death threats, while being chauffeured around by none other than the UK’s own scumbag traitor ‘Jihadi John’ – real name Mohammed Emwazi.
(There was an expose done on that reporter posted here some time ago as well. He seems to have questionable sympathies as I recall. Oz-Rita may remember where the article was. I certainly agree with the author on one thing though. They are not JV)
Government forces fired tear gas and used batons to quell thousands of anti-India protesters who turned violent Friday after Eid prayers at mosques in the Indian portion of Kashmir, police said.
The protesters, waving Pakistani and pro-militant flags and chanting pro-independence slogans, hurled stones at government forces who tried to stop them from marching in Srinagar and at least two other places in the region.
One person was critically injured after he was hit by a tear gas shell in Sopore, a town 50 kilometers (30 miles) northwest of Srinagar, the main city in the Indian portion of Kashmir, a police officer said on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to reporters.
7. One Quebec reporter stands against the narrative group think
(A lot of today’s content will focus on the narrative. It needs to be clearly understood and it really is a ‘red pill’ as Stephen Coughlin point out repeatedly)
8. RT report on explosion at Yemeni mosque. Reporter wears very large knife in his belt.