French military save mosque from car ram attack. CVE firmly in place, no information available: Links 2 on Jan 1 – 2016

1. Germany: Munich train stations evacuated over ‘imminent’ terror threat

2. ISIS plotting ‘to slaughter THOUSANDS’ in 2016 in bid to spark huge FINAL BATTLE with West

ISISI plans 2016 terror plots around worldGETTY

ISIS is planning multiple terror attacks against crowds in public places in 2016

The sick terror group will activate hundreds of sleeper cells in “dozens of countries” in an unprecedented bid to destabilise western governments and spark a huge military retaliation in the Middle East.

The shock claim, from one of the world’s leading authorities on the death cult, comes amid fears of a and other major world cities.

(More Muslim Brotherhood than IS but distinction may be too subtle to mention. Also Stephen Coughlin has been explaining this for a long long time now based on cached MB documents found)

3. 2 Israelis Dead, 7 Wounded in Suspected Terror Shooting Spree in Tel Aviv (VIDEO)

Two Israelis were killed, and seven others wounded, four critically and three moderately, in a shooting spree Friday afternoon in Tel Aviv, according to Hebrew press reports.

Though initial reports said there was more than one attacker who opened fire on and in the vicinity of “Hasimta,” a bar/restaurant located on the corner of Dizengoff and Gordon streets, police are now on a manhunt for a single suspected terrorist and possible accomplice or accomplices.

Security-camera footage published by Israeli newspapers shows the shooter — whose unmasked face is clearly visible — approaching the pub and looking inside, before aiming his automatic weapon and gunning people down in a cold, calculated manner. Some 30 shots are reported to have been fired by a Luzon rifle — of the kind purportedly used in other attacks perpetrated by West Bank Palestinians.

(There are lots of videos of this attack from the point one of the killers pulled out an Uzi at a vegetable stand to the attack. We will post them separately)

4. Video of subtitled press conference on planned attack in Germany

(Reuters seems confused. The referred to the muslim terrorists as ‘militants’. I suggest the title people at Reuters get a dictionary and not the pamphlet they hand out at the White House)

5. French soldiers open fire on car ‘attempting to ram mosque’

(So glad the French military was able to protect that muslim Beachhead so well from another member of that cult (quite likely) or at the expense of the health of an indigenous Frenchman. In the photo, the person being treated looks conspicuously muslim however. No idea if that is the attacker or the mosquito who caught a stray bullet)

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Three soldiers were reportedly injured, there also appear to be injuries among worshippers at the mosque.

A stray bullet hit one of the worshippers, the mosque confirmed.

The driver has been detained – his motives are currently unclear.

A local journalist for the Dauphiné Libéré newspaper claimed the man is aged 30 and is originally from Lyon.

(They have the guy, but they don’t say who it is or what his motive is. My guess is if its a muslim he will claim he thought it was a drive-through mosque)

(Here is the DM story on this. More informative. As always, check comments)

6. Turkey’s Erdogan cites Hitler’s Germany as example of presidential system

(It’s when you see Erdogan wearing Lederhosen we know we have a serious problem)

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, who is pushing for executive powers, cites Hitler’s Germany as an example of an effective presidential system, in comments broadcast by Turkish media on Friday.

Erdogan wants to change the Turkish constitution to turn the ceremonial role of president into that of a chief executive, a Turkish version of the system in the United States, France or Russia.

Asked on his return from a visit to Saudi Arabia late on Thursday whether an executive presidential system was possible while maintaining the unitary structure of the state, he said: “There are already examples in the world. You can see it when you look at Hitler’s Germany.

“There are later examples in various other countries,” he told reporters, according to a recording broadcast by the Dogan news agency.

A Turkish official told Reuters the comments had been taken out of context.

“There are good and poor examples of presidential systems and the important thing is to put checks and balances in place,” the official said.

“Nazi Germany, lacking proper institutional arrangements, was obviously one of the most disgraceful examples in history.”

7. White House delays imposing new sanctions on Iran

(Is there anyone left who still thinks Obama is on the side of Western democratic interests?)

January 1, 2016

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House has delayed imposing new financial sanctions on Iran over its ballistic-missile program, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

On Wednesday, the Journal, citing U.S. officials, said the Obama administration was preparing to sanction nearly a dozen companies and individuals in Iran, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates for their role in developing Iran’s ballistic-missile program.

The U.S. sanctions were expected to be formally announced this week, the newspaper said.

Sources familiar with the situation confirmed to Reuters that the United States was preparing sanctions.

The Obama administration is committed to combating Iran’s missile program and the sanctions being developed by the U.S. Treasury Department remain on the table, the Journal reported on Thursday, citing U.S. officials.

But U.S. officials offered no definitive timeline for when the sanctions would be imposed, the newspaper said. At one point, they were scheduled to be announced on Wednesday morning in Washington, according to a notification the White House sent to Congress, the Journal reported.

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, CB Sashenka, Richard, Lolly Parton and many more. More to come today most assuredly. Thank you Tundra Tabloids for the photoshop of Erdogan in leather shorts.

 

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7 Replies to “French military save mosque from car ram attack. CVE firmly in place, no information available: Links 2 on Jan 1 – 2016”

  1. Happy new year to all.

    Looking at BFM TV news I note that they are saying that the person who tried to run over the 4 soldiers is not known to police, that it was an act isolated and that they are looking to find out his motives. He had a car with Savoie number plates and was originally from Lyon and they stated that he was not known at the Mosque.

    Taking that into consideration, especially the down playing of the media in terms of an isolated incident and trying to find out his motives I would think that it is highly likely that this was a Muslim who targeted the soldiers.

    You could be sure that if it was a non-Muslim they would be reporting it diifferently. They are not talking about the persons name, but I expect they will take time to say who it is.

    We all think that guarding Mosques is absolutely a waste in terms of resources, after all we are not Muslims, we are law abiding Europeans who respect life. But it is also putting the lives of our soldiers at risk as this incident shows.

  2. On another note the illegal Mosque in Corsica has re-opened its doors as reported on BFM TV, no one seems to understand that it is an illegal Salafist Mosque.

    Either France is a country of laws or it is not, the French government needs to make up its mind on this!

    • That is true of all Western nations, each of which is abandoning individualism and law in favour of collectivism and islam. We may have to fight for it again. Reverse alchemy Daffers. That is probably what people should be doing.

      • La France is a collective and has been so since the French revolution, much of Europe is based on the Napoleonic Code.

        Lets give you an example to explain the difference, many people do not get it, in England you are free before the law and the state applies laws to restrict you from causing harm to others, this was at least before EU law started to confuse things.

        In France you are given rights by the state, so the law is often coded to say what you can do.

        A good recent example is motorcycles in France weaving in and out of lanes between stationary and moving traffic, in the UK there is as far as I know no law against this, in France people were doing this even though it was not in the code, so recently the French are coding law to allow people to do this as a pilot scheme in three major cities.

        But this is an important differentiation to understand and many people in Europe and in the Anglo-Saxon world do not understand the significance of the difference.

        I have told my French side of the family that I will never take French citizenship because I am not part of their collective even though I live there and respect their laws I do not want to be part of a collective that gives rights and can just as easily take them away.

        France is a collective and much of Europe is the same.

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