Many thanks to Nathalie for the translation:
Molenbeek: Thank You, Philippe!
Alain Destexhe, a senator for the MR party speaks his mind
In the wake of the Paris terrorist outrage, the name of Molenbeek has become notorious throughout the whole world in the space of one weekend.
From Brazil to China and from Canada to South-Africa, journalists are discovering a hotbed of Muslim radicalisation in the heart of the capital city of Europe.
Still, there is nothing new under the sun. For those who wanted to be informed, the situation was blatantly obvious. Since the beginning of the 2000s, the name of Molenbeek has cropped up on a regular basis in most of the terror plots that had connections with Belgium. Among the most well-known are the assassination of Commander Massoud in Afghanistan two days before September 11th, 2001, the colourful sheik Bassam and his Belgian Islamic Centre, the 2004 terrorist attacks in Madrid and more recently the shooting by the Algerian-French Nemmouche at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, the Verviers cell, or the thwarted attack aboard the Thalys train…
A pair of stabbing and shooting attacks carried out by Palestinians killed five people Thursday — three Israelis, a Palestinian and an American — in one of the deadliest days yet in a two month-long outburst of Israeli-Palestinian violence.
The attacks are part of wave of violence that erupted in mid-September over tensions surrounding a Jerusalem holy site sacred to both Jews and Muslims. Palestinians accuse Israel of plotting to take over the hilltop compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims at the Noble Sanctuary — something Israel vehemently denies.
The Palestinians say the violence is rooted in frustration at decades of living under Israeli occupation. Israel accuses Palestinian leaders of inciting the unrest.
(The jihadis should know that pissing off the Chinese and Russians are not the same thing as pissing off a feminized and culturally Marxist West that actually wants the enemy to win to prove the point that we are inferior. Lets hope China proves this point)
Hong Kong (CNN)Beijing has vowed to bring ISIS to justice after the group said it had executed two hostages, a Chinese and a Norwegian.
ISIS said it had killed the two men, identified as Chinese national Fan Jinghui and Norwegian citizen Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad in its English-language online magazine Dabiq.
President Xi Jinping “strongly condemned” ISIS for the killing of Fan, the first known Chinese national to be killed by the group, and the country’s foreign ministry said the Chinese government would “definitely hold the perpetrators accountable.”
Labour’s shadow chancellor John McDonnell called for the police be disarmed and MI5 to be scrapped, it emerged today
Mr McDonnell was the only MP to sign the letter organised by the Socialist Campaign for a Labour Victory setting out a series demands including ‘slashing’ military spending, scrapping Trident and abolishing the monarchy.
It also called to. ‘Extend civil liberties and rights to organise and protest. Disband MI5 and special police squads, disarm the police.’
Last night Mr McDonnell’s office denied he had backed the letter or even seen it. ‘This is the first time John has ever seen this letter and certainly never signed it,’ his spokesman told The Sun.
8. Ex CIA director blames Snowdon for telling us all how the US government is violating all our 4th amendment rights (for those who even have that costume of law) rather than the actual people who did the attack or the ideology that drives them.
Like his boss Obama, an evil evil man.
(He still modifies his arguments with ‘radical’ though)
10. This model of Obama’s behaviour is a perfect fit with many very bright analysts with whom I have discussed Obama’s motives. Add the probability that he is a post modern, a cultural Marxist and it pretty much all fits.
(Although I do think there is the factor of those I suspect are responsible for getting him into power)
There is a possibility that we can present the first part of a documentary tonight, which, although I haven’t seen it yet, might be of some importance. Hopefully within 6 hours or so. If not better chance for tomorrow.