A baker’s dozen items, many of which really are offensive: Links 2 on Dec. 20 – 2015

1. Four passengers are arrested after fake bomb is discovered in a toilet on Air France flight from Mauritus to Paris forcing it to make an emergency landing in Kenya

Four people have been arrested after a hoax bomb was found in the toilet of an Air France flight from Mauritius to Paris which was forced to divert to Kenya.

The Boeing 777 landed in Mombasa after a passenger reported the suspicious device.

A technical examination of the device found it did not contain any explosives.

The flight was carrying 459 passengers and 14 crew members when pilots requested an emergency landing at a Mombasa airport at 9.30pm GMT.

However, nearly 20 hours after the emergency landing, Air France have now confirmed that the device was a fake bomb made of cardboard and a timer, possibly designed to start panic.


(Ahmed the Clock Faker has an admirer?)

2. Gen. Boykin: ‘Sharia Means the Destruction of the U.S. Constitution’

Lt. Gen. (ret.) Wlliam G. “Jerry” Boykin, a former commander of Delta Force, said the Islamic law that most Muslims live by, the Sharia, cannot coexist with democracy, and added that to try to introduce Sharia in America would result in “the destruction of the U.S. Constitution.”

According to the Council on Foreign Relations, “Sharia guides all aspects of Muslim life, including daily routines, familial and religious obligations, and financial dealings. It is derived primarily from the Quran and the Sunna—the sayings, practices, and teachings of the Prophet Mohammed. … Marriage and divorce are the most significant aspects of Sharia, while criminal law is the most controversial.”

3. ISIS Sets Its Sights on the East

The Islamic State (ISIS) is apparently planning to subjugate and conquer the ancient civilizations of the East as part of its worldwide jihad.

The Islamic State’s newly-released manifesto contains, among the ideological positions and strategic objectives of the self-proclaimed Islamic Caliphate, direct threats to Hindus and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The 130-page English-language manifesto, entitled “Black Flags from the Islamic State (2016),” was uploaded in early December on various online forums sympathetic to the Islamic State. Previously, in July 2015, ISIS had circulated another document declaring its ambitions of expanding its Jihad into India.

This month’s ISIS manifesto claims India as part of Islamic Caliphate and, referring to the recent resurgence of Hindus in the country, states: “a movement of Hindus is growing who kill Muslims who eat beef.”

4. Interview with whistle blower on San Bernardino attack. Muslim groups control the narrative on law enforcement. 

5. SoCal terror probe exposes marriage-for-visa racket

The ever-widening investigation of the San Bernardino terrorist massacre has revealed at least two dubious marriages that experts say expose huge loopholes in the immigration system and continue to put national security at risk.

Federal authorities have charged Enrique Marquez with marriage fraud for his allegedly sham union with Mariya Chernykh, a Russian woman whose sister married the brother of terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook after first gaining residence through an earlier marriage. And of course, Farook’s own wife, Tashfeen Malik, who was killed along with him in a shootout with police following their Dec. 2 attack, married her way into the U.S. under suspicious circumstances.

(Video at site)

6. Italy: Mayor Installs No-Islam Signs: “Respect Us or Leave”

In Pontoglio, the council has put up new road signs, stating that theirs is a “Town with a history of Western culture and deep-rooted Christian traditions”. Town councillor: “I challenge anyone to say that it isn’t so”

After “no-gender ideology” messages on LED screens in the towns of Capriolo and Prevalle, a town in the province of Brescia has introduced “no-foreigners” road signs. Unconcerned with political correctness, townspeople have dubbed them “no-Islam” signs, a moniker that the council seems more than happy to accept. The episode took place in Pontoglio, a town in the west of the province of Brescia, governed by a centre-right coalition led by Alessandro Seghezzi. On Wednesday, the mayor, already under fire for having raised the price of the residential authorisation certificate to €425, a move which hit immigrants particularly hard, had a series of signs put up on roads leading into the town.

(It is a dead certainty that showing reason and self preservation in the face of islamic invasion will be illegal and fought by a lot of powerful agencies. We must support this town)

7. UAE sending Colombian mercenaries to Yemen: sources

BOGOTA (AFP) – 

The United Arab Emirates has secretly sent some 300 Colombian mercenaries to fight for it in Yemen, paying handsomely to recruit a private army of well-trained, battle-hardened South American soldiers, sources told AFP.

The sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the Colombians’ experience fighting leftist guerrillas and drug traffickers in their home country made them attractive recruits for the UAE, whose relatively inexperienced army is part of an Arab coalition helping Yemen’s government fight a war against Huthi rebels.

“Colombian soldiers are highly prized for their training in fighting guerrillas,” one source, a Colombian former army officer, told AFP in Bogota.

8. Lebanon: Mourners pay respects to assassinated Hezbollah commander

Deputy Leader of Hezbollah Naim Qassem was one of many mourners who paid respects to assassinated Hezbollah commander Samir Kuntar in Beirut, Sunday. Kuntar was killed on Saturday in the Damascus district of Jaramana after an attack on a multistory residential building.

9. Iran” Several men wearing what I suspect are, ‘willing-to-die-for-sky-whores headbands protest the CAR defensive action against shiia muslims there.

10. Dozens of Americans With Ties to Israel Denied Military Jobs Due to “Divided Loyalties”

(Yeah cuz you know. Fort Hood and all)

Many Americans with ties to Israel have been denied security clearances necessary to work for the Defense Department or the United States military, Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journalreported (Google link) on Wednesday.

Stephens reported on the case of Gershon Pincus, a dentist, who after 35 years in private practice started a second career as a dentist for the Navy as a way “to assist those who have chosen to serve in the United States military.” In October of 2014 Pincus underwent an interview for a security clearance and mentioned that his mother and two siblings live in Israel, and one of his children had previously served in the Israeli army. He acknowledged that he had visited Israel three times in the previous decade. The security investigation concluded that Pincus was not a security risk.

However, in March of this year the Office of Personnel Management called him back for a follow-up interview in which his ties to Israel were questioned. A few months later, Pincus’ request for a clearance was officially denied, on the grounds that his contact with relatives in Israel “may be a security concern due to divided loyalties or foreign financial interests.”

11. USA: Penns Valley Area class project on Islam raises concerns from parents

Some Penns Valley Area parents said they’re “outraged” about a class project their children were assigned earlier this week.

But district administration said it falls within class curriculum and state requirements.

Seventh-grade students in teacher Mike Durn’s history class was asked to do a video project about Muhammad and the Islamic religion.

Durn requested that students design “a video in which you will show, visually, the life of Muhammad, the development of Islam and its beliefs.”

The project would include a brief biography of Muhammad, the explanation of the five pillars of Islam and how Islam is connected to Judaism and Christianity.

Durn declined to comment, but district administration contacted the CDT.

(Article seems to contain no actual information of any actual value for judgement)

(If she actually terrorized the USA she would be having dinner at the White House by now. So long as she converted first of course)

Miss Puerto Rico Destiny Velez has been indefinitely suspended by the official Miss America Organization after sending a series of offensive anti-Muslim messages on Twitter.

Velez, 20, launched an anti-Muslim tirade at filmmaker Michael Moore on Thursday after he shared a photo of himself outside of Trump Tower in New York City with a sign reading: ‘We are all Muslim.’

Moore’s photo was in response to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the US, which inspired the hashtag #WeAreAllMuslim on social media.

The former beauty queen sent a number of tweets directed to Moore including one that said Muslims have ‘terrorizing agendas,’ according to a grab of the tweets obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

(I hope she sues)

13. Taliban: Jihad waged for development of country, Afghans should not flee to Europe

With dramatic surge in the number of Afghans leaving the country with majority heading towards European countries amid growing violence, the Taliban militants group in Afghanistan has issued an unusual statement urging the Afghans to remain the in the country, insisting that they wage jihad for the development of the country.

The statement by the Taliban group was released on Sunday and days after reports emerged that some of the Afghan migrants are purchasing threat letters forged by certain individuals who are charging considerable amounts in the black market to issue the letters in a bid to help the migrants easily go through the asylum process.

“While the Islamic Emirate sees the corrupt Kabul regime as the main driver behind the mass migration of our countrymen, it calls on all its countrymen fleeing the lap of their motherland towards the uncertainties of drowning in dark seas and being killed or held prisoners in foreign lands to choose the path of patience and perseverance by enduring the little hardships inside their country instead of illegal migration and defaming the Islamic Emirate by presenting fake threat letters,” the statement reads.

Thank you M., Nash Montana, Gates of Vienna, Kathy, WTD., Wrath of Khan, Richard Yucki, and all. What a day.

Here is a photo of the ‘clock’ that was left in the bathroom of the jet that made an emergency diversion in Kenya today.

 

 

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “A baker’s dozen items, many of which really are offensive: Links 2 on Dec. 20 – 2015”

  1. 2 – General Boykin spent most of his military career in special forces and various intel groups, he has a lot of experience in the Middle East.

    3 – The Moslems are going to push into India and China, the only good thing about this is that the problem may cause China to pull back from their overseas adventures and concentrate on their borders and indigenous Moslems.

    I spoke of the only good thing about the jihadists moving east, now for the bad thing, the Iran, Pakistan, India and China area remains either the first or second best chance of a nuclear exchange during WWIII, the other place is Iran, Pakistan, Saudi and Israel grouping. There are a lot of variables on which nation is likely to be the first to use nukes but Iran is way up the list and the direction the nukes will fly depends on how the Iranians are reading their end times prophecies.

  2. #1
    That could be Jihad. It doesn’t say anywhere that Jihad always has to be big. Bigger is better, but terrorising the Infidels and causing an Infidel plane to be rerouted ain’t exactly nothing either. If all that Allah is forgiving you for is looking at some porno on the internet five years ago, this little piece of Jihad could conceivably do the trick. Now just imagine: 1.5 billion people all thinking this way…all looking for ways to screw with us. Donald Trump does not really even know how right he is…

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