1. And then there was this
(Perfect Child? Any comment?)
(This would explain a great deal. One might add that at least some of the banks doing the ‘fixing’ are likely somewhere slightly south of the 49th parallel in North America)
Swiss competition authorities have said they’ve opened an probe into whether a number of banks had been involved in the illegal fixing of precious metals prices. Deutsche Bank is among the scrutinized lenders.
Swiss regulators announced a probe on Monday into whether a group of large banks had fixed prices in the lucrative precious metals market.
The nation’s Competition Commission (COMCO) “has opened an investigation against two Swiss banks – UBS and Julius Baer – as well as against the foreign financial institutions Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Barclays, Morgan Stanley and Mitsui,” regulators said in a statement.
3. Prisoners escaping Kunduz city Afghanistan
(Still deciding on doing the Benny Hill treatment to this one)
(You don’t say!)
A Frenchman radicalised in prison has gone on the run after reportedly telling inmates they would “soon be hearing about him”.
The man, who was in jail for armed and violent robbery, was granted temporary leave of absence from the Chauconin-Meaux prison in Seine-et-Marne, east of Paris.
He had already been allowed out on several occasions, but on September 20 failed to return to prison, prompting the local Meaux prosecutor to launch an “immediate search warrant”.
In a worrying development, Le Point magazine reported that shortly before vanishing, the unnamed man had told an inmate that they would “soon be hearing about him”.
6. VICE has now decided that anyone who is not in favour of the total suicide of Western culture is a Nazi or some other kind of Nazi. (You must die one way or be eliminated as an autonomous people and culture in another I suppose. Interestingly the hundreds of thousands who are illegally fighting their way in to Germany and demanding everyone submit to their culture, values and laws under pain of death while living off the bounty of the host population are not called Nazis)
Why did the Muslims torch the monastery? Were the monks drawing cartoons of Muhammad? Did they “talk about extreme, militant Islamists” in a way that “undercut the positive achievements that…Catholics have attained in…inter-religious dialogue with devout Muslims”? Or were they targeted merely for the crime of being Christians, as jihadis will eventually target every Christian they can reach — even those who desperately appease the jihadis and cower in fear that one day they may arrive at their churches, torches or rifles in hand?
“Arson attack at Bethlehem’s St Charbel Monastery, probably the work of Islamic fundamentalists, says Maronite leader,” Asia News, September 28, 2015:
Bethlehem (AsiaNews) – Sobhy Makhoul, the chancellor of the Maronite Patriarchate in Jerusalem, told AsiaNews that the fire that broke out over the weekend at St Charbel Maronite Monastery (pictured) in Bethlehem was deliberately set. “It was an act of arson, not a fire caused by an electrical problem, an act of sectarian vandalism by radical Muslims.”
(Even the WHO has stats on the fact that the highest proportion of diseases from consanguineous relations are in the islamic world although they are careful to stress that it has nothing to do with islam)
Danish Psychologist Nicolai Sennels Has Spent Years Interviewing Muslims And Shares His Conclusions
By Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.), Right Side News
Ride Side News had the the privilege of holding an e-mail correspondence interview with Nicolai Sennels, a Danish psychologist who has worked in his government’s in-prison psychology programs to determine why so many juveniles from the Muslim immigrant community populate the Danish penal system. In the course of his research he investigated Muslim inbreeding and its effects on “Islam’s psyche”, and he gained tremendous insight into the “mind of Islam” through thousands of face-to-face dialogues with disaffected Muslims. Here are his conclusions: …
Thank you M., Buck, Gates of Vienna, Nicolai Sennels, and many more and much much more to come including some rather disturbing articles from the German and central European media.