This is a war of competing values. Life Vs. death. Item 9 Links 1 on Oct. 3 – 2015

1: Gunman who shot dead NSW police employee was radicalised youth

(Radicalized what? Radicalized vegetarian I guess. They can be real a**holes)

The actions of the 15-year-old gunman who shot dead a New South Wales police civilian employee were an act of terrorism, police say.

The radicalised youth of Iraq-Kurdish background killed the employee as he was leaving police headquarters at Parramatta in Sydney’s west around 4:30pm yesterday.

The offender then fired several more shots at officers as they emerged from the building to respond to the incident.

He was killed when the officers, who are special constables, returned fire.

Commissioner Andrew Scipione said police were a long way from establishing a full picture of the gunman but could confirm he was of Iraqi-Kurdish background and born in Iran.

(All those places are notoriously full of vegetarians. Radical ones are often called ‘vegans’ I believe)

[…] He urged the community to remember the Australian Muslim community would be especially appalled by the crime.

(Oh OK we can tell from this that he definitely wasn’t a muslim whatever kind of radical he was. The Daily Mail at least attempts to tell the truth albeit by inference)

2. Muslim family are driven from their home… after they converted to Christianity: Neighbours vandalise car and call them ‘blasphemers’ 

An Asian family who converted to Christianity claim they are being driven out of their home for the second time by Muslim persecutors.

Nissar Hussain, his wife Kubra and their six children said they have suffered an appalling ordeal at the hands of neighbours who regard them as blasphemers.

They claim they are effectively prisoners in their own home after being attacked in the street, having their car windscreens repeatedly smashed and eggs thrown at their windows.

Mr Hussain, 49, has even given up his career as a nurse due to the effect on his health.

Police have been called numerous times to deal with the trouble but are said to be reluctant to treat the problem as a religious hate crime.

Appalling treatment: The Hussain family (from left to right: Father Nissar Hussain, 49, his children, Anniesa, 21, Miriam, 17, Leena, 14, Isaaq, 7, Sarah, 19, and wife Kubra, 45,) are regarded as 'blasphemers' by their neighbours

3. Hindu Hero rescues kidnapped women who are force-‘converted’ to islam and then raped and made into baby-machines till death or rescue.

(The enormity of this all really does beggar the imagination at times)

4. German minister expresses some frustration at the lack of appreciation and manners from the ‘refugees’

5. Two dozen Iraqi Christians who fled ISIS and crossed into the U.S. seeking religious asylum could be booted out in days 

Iraqi Christians fleeing persecution at the hands of ISIS are being turned away at the American border despite having family sponsors – as thousands of Muslims are granted asylum.

At least 27 of the targeted minority, known as Chaldeans, have been held in detention in San Diego since entering through the Mexican border this spring.

Now, after months of waiting, 22 have denied asylum and sent back across the Atlantic to Europe, as another five await a verdict.

In total, America had accepted just 727 fleeing Christians at the start of 2015 – a fraction of the 4,200 Muslims granted asylum – and few since.

(This is not an isolated incident nor is it the first one. Lets hope these people make it to Canada)


German Chancellor Angela Merkel could win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, the influential Bild newspaper said Friday, as the leader is lauded worldwide for her courage in opening her country’s doors to refugees fleeing war and persecution.

“Chancellor Angela Merkel has a good chance of winning the Nobel Peace Prize,” said the newspaper.

“Reasons: her actions in the Ukraine crisis and the refugee policies,” it added.

7. Imam of Oregon’s Biggest Mosque Told Muslims to Kill Americans

A few years ago the Oregonian’s Helen Jung was whining about how the FBI was being mean to the nice Imam and his mosque.

The unexplained actions are aggravating the FBI’s already poor relationship with the mosque and fueling fear and frustration among Muslims that their house of worship appears to be once again in the government’s cross hairs…

In Oregon, Masjed As-Saber stands out for its traditional focus and charismatic imam, who urges worshippers to stay true to the vast library of strict Islamic teachings, down to the conviction that men and women shouldn’t trim their eyebrows.

8. Revealed: Acid Attacker Is Muslim Convert – Not Mentioned In BBC, Media

Billal Kidd­ Mujahideen and his brother briefly became the most wanted men the UK last week, following a gruesome acid attack on a mother of six. More than a week after Billal’s religious affiliations were exposed, however, the BBC and most of the mainstream media are continuing to report only his Christian name, with no mention of the fact that he appears to be a Muslim convert.

9. Robert Spencer on the IS and life Vs. death

10. Court hands down first prison terms for Spanish jihadist recruiters

Spain’s High Court has sentenced 11 people from the Spanish exclave of Ceuta to prison terms ranging between 10 and 12 years for recruiting terrorists to fight for the Islamic State (ISIS).

It is the first time a Spanish court has handed down prison sentences against jihadist recruiters operating in Spain.

11. Rape by muslims in Sweden must be some kind of national sport

Thank you Buck, M., Richard, JohnnyU., Kathy, Fausta’s blog, Wrath of Khan, and all. More on the way.

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27 Replies to “This is a war of competing values. Life Vs. death. Item 9 Links 1 on Oct. 3 – 2015”

  1. Eurotunnel services suspended as migrants storm tunn

    Eurotunnel services were suspended on Saturday after more than 200 migrants broke into its French terminal in a “massive and organised” assault.

    Passenger and freight services through the tunnel were halted for several hours while French police struggled to contain the invasion and remove the migrants.

    Two police officers and four migrants suffered minor injuries during scuffles, local authorities of the Pas-de-Calais region said.

    A Eurotunnel spokesman described the latest incident at its Calais terminal as a “massive invasion and intrusion by a very large and co-ordinated group”.

    He added: “It’s clearly an organised attack when it comes in such a large number; there are over 100 in this one group.

    “They arrived together an in a well-organised manner, broke through the fences and all clearly knew where they were going. They are being gathered up by the police authorities.”

  2. In South China Sea, a Tougher U.S. Stance

    The United States is poised to send naval ships and aircraft to the South China Sea in a challenge to Beijing’s territorial claims to its rapidly-built artificial islands, U.S. officials told Foreign Policy.

    The move toward a somewhat more muscular stance follows talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington last month, which fell far short of a breakthrough over how territorial disputes should be settled in the strategic South China Sea.

    A final decision has not been made. But the Obama administration is heavily leaning toward using a show of military might after Chinese opposition ended diplomatic efforts to halt land reclamation and the construction of military outposts in the waterway. The timing and details of the patrols — which would be designed to uphold principles of freedom of navigation in international waters — are still being worked out, Obama administration and Pentagon officials said.

  3. DAILY MAIL – Pictured: Teenager, 15, who died after gunning down a police accountant in Sydney – a day after his sister ‘left the country on a flight to Istanbul’

    Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammad stormed police headquarters in Parramatta
    He shot dead accountant Curtis Cheng, 58, outside station in Sydney
    Iranian-born schoolboy visited a mosque before the killing on Friday
    His sister may have been trying to reach Syria the day before the shooting

  4. Obama sends strongly-worded ‘Media Note’ on Russian military actions in Syria

    Now we’re finally deploying the big guns.

    We’ve had six weeks of fruitless palaver as Russia built up a military force in Syria, followed by 48 hours of misdirection and excuse-making from the White House, as Russia put the military force to work bombing non-ISIS targets – some of them linked to U.S.-backed rebels.

    When was the joke going to end, and the American response start? Even some Obama supporters were starting to get nervous.


  5. Obama’s perfect storm to destroy Israel

    As the country’s electorate focuses on the Roseburg shootings, three very important items leaked onto the news wires on Thursday that deserve broad, nationwide attention.

    Sadly, I am not referring to the drip, drip, drip of Hillary’s emails, the deaths of our service members in a plane crash in Afghanistan, or the attack by a Palestinian terrorist who murdered the parents of four young children.

    I awoke to a breaking story in Politico with the headline “Exclusive: Obama brushed off Reid’s plea on Palestinian State.” From that story we learn:

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid on two different occasions this year went to White House chief of staff Denis McDonough seeking a public commitment from President Barack Obama that he would veto any U.N. resolution calling for an independent Palestinian state.

    Both times, Obama did nothing.

    While this would be unprecedented, so would abstaining from, rather than vetoing, a U.N. resolution condemning the United States for its embargo on Cuba. But that is exactly what the administration is threatening to do. This is arguably treasonous, given that Obama swore to uphold the Constitution and enforce the laws of the country, but given the fact that he has not been impeached for all of his other unconstitutional offenses to date, what does he have to lose by screwing over our most important ally in the Mideast?

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  6. RT – GERMANY -Refugee camps may blow with violence, German police officials warn

    Germany is at risk of violent outbreaks in camps housing asylum seekers, senior German police personnel warned after a string of incidents at various facilities accommodating the refugees.

    “We’re running the risk that the situation in refugee accommodation will get out of control,” German police union chief Rainer Wendt told the mass-circulation newspaper Bild.

    “Our experience suggests that in many places there are, unfortunately, very targeted and well-prepared violent clashes with ethnic or religious motivations almost every day.”

    A similar warning came from Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Thursday.

    “They go on strike because they don’t like the accommodation and they cause trouble because they don’t like the food. They beat each other in the facilities for asylum seekers,” he said.

    “That’s still a minority at the moment, but we have to say clearly that whoever comes to Germany … must allow themselves to be distributed to wherever we send them, take part in a fair process and respect our legal system.”[…]

  7. Finland: Anti-refugee protesters rally near Swedish border

    Hundreds of anti-refugee protesters held a rally in the Finnish town of Tornio near the Swedish border, Saturday. The protesters demanded that Finnish authorities close the border and refuse entry to all refugees seeking asylum in the country.

    The rally took place close to the Tornio-Haparanda border crossing were a number of refugees have crossed into Finland in recent weeks. The protesters expressed anger at Swedish authorities for reportedly helping refugees and asylum seekers cross into Finland

    • Finland: “We support Hungary!” – Far-right protesters rally against refugees

      Around 200 demonstrators against asylum seekers gathered in central Lahti on Saturday in protest against open borders and measures to integrate refugees into European society, citing the measures implemented by Viktor Orban’s Hungary as an example to follow.

      Located about 100 km (62 miles) north of Helsinki, the protesters gathered to listen to a series of speakers, holding banners and placards reading “Protect Finland, stop stupidity” and “Stop the invasion, close the borders.” At least two protesters were detained due to provocations.

  8. Austria: Over 20,000 pro-refugee protesters hit Austrian Parliament

    More than 20,000 people gathered in the centre of Vienna on Saturday, marching to the Austrian Parliament in support of refugees. The protesters are calling on the government to support the refugees with housing, healthcare, food and other life essentials, while also demanding authorities provide more refugees with asylum.

    Following the reintroduction of border controls by German authorities in mid-September, German rail network Deutsche Bahn announced all train services to and from Hungary and Austria are to be suspended until October 4. As a result, several thousand refugees are stuck near the Austria-German border. Austrian soldiers have therefore built a new refugee camp directly in the Hungary-Austria border area which can accommodate 5,000 people.

  9. Germany: Huge riot police presence greets far-right Thuringia demo

    At least 250 supporters of the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD), ‘Die Rechte’ (The Right) as well as the Thugida (Thuringia against the Islamisation of the West) movement took to the streets of Jena on Saturday, to protest the asylum policies of the German state and central government.

    The far-right demo was met with a counter protest, forcing police to separate the two groups. The pro-refugee group of at least 1,200 people carried banners and placards reading “Refugees Welcome” and “No place for inflammatory Nazi propaganda.”

  10. Czech Republic: Hundreds of protesters rally against Islam & EU asylum policies

    At least 250 anti-European Union protesters gathered on Moravian Square in Brno to protest against “Islamisation” while calling for the exit of the Czech Republic from the continental body, Saturday. Protesters and activists held banners reading “We don’t want migrants in the Czech Republic” and “No Islam, no EU.”

    Today’s protest is part of a series of protests organised by the far-right National Democracy Party. During the rally, protesters signed a petition for a referendum on the Czech Republic exiting the EU. Member of the Republican Party of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia (RSCMS), Roman Slama, announced he “will initiate a referendum on the exit from the EU,” saying he “will start the activities soon.”

  11. I hope the various resistance groups are communicating with each other and are watching for police infiltration, agent provocateurs are a very real danger now and in the future.

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