Geopolitics, ‘crazy’ person pushes woman in front of train, migration crisis escalates: Links 2 on Jan. 20 – 2016

1. Germany’s ‘dirty deal’ with Libya to stop migrants

(actually it sounds like a wicked good deal to me. Arm the people fighting the religious muslims and in exchange they stop sending them all to Europe. Win win)

The German Left party says the government is doing a “dirty deal” with Libya: military aid in exchange for stopping migrants on the coast. But it is unclear how war-torn Libya could even do that if it tried.

Germany’s opposition Left party has expressed its suspicions of a “dirty deal” after German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen raised the prospect of sending troops to Libya to support a potential unity government in the fractured North African country.

“Germany will not be able to duck its responsibility to make a contribution,” von der Leyen told Monday’s edition of the “Bild” newspaper. If a unity government were established in Libya, “it will quickly need help to establish justice and order in this huge state and at the same time fight against Islamist terror.”

2. Lancashire ‘terrorist house’ row ‘not a spelling mistake’

Officials have denied claims a spelling error led to a 10-year-old Muslim boy, who wrote he lived in a “terrorist house”, being spoken to by police.

The family of the pupil, who attends a Lancashire primary school, claim he meant he lived in a “terraced house”.

The boy was spoken to by Lancashire Police at his home the next day.

In a statement, police and the county council said it was “untrue to suggest that this situation was brought about by a simple spelling mistake”.

“The school and the police have acted responsibly and proportionately in looking into a number of potential concerns using a low-key, local approach,” it said.

“No concerns were identified and no further action was required by any agency.”

Teachers have been legally obliged to report any suspected extremist behaviour to police since July.

The boy’s family said they were left shocked by the 7 December incident and want both the school and police to apologise.

More via Guardian

3. Jan 19th Calais France: Migrants set own camp on fire

4. Interesting video of what look like pro Ashar Al Asaad Syrians happily returning to a suburb after religious muslims had taken it over and then pushed back out.

5. Switzerland: Terrorist organisations can’t be included in Syria deal, says Lavrov

We have paid a special attention to the Syrian crisis and implementation of the Minsk agreements to ending Ukraine crisis. First, regarding Syria we have made a conclusion that Resolution 2254 adopted by the UN Security Council in December remains the main basis for moving further. According to this resolution, we have discussed practical steps which should be carried out in order to provide conditions for ceasefire. Such terrorist organisations as ISIL and Jabhat al-Nusra cannot be included into any ceasefire agreements. They remain our enemies. And we all will continue to fight against them, it is war of extermination. Secondly, we have confirmed the readiness to solve humanitarian problems in Syria. We have told how the Russian Air Force takes into account all programmes, which are being carried out by the UN humanitarian institutions alongside International Committee of the Red Cross and other non-governmental organisations, while planning their operations. We have confirmed that we will be ready to coordinate our actions in this direction more intensively with the US-led coalition. But what is most important is coordination of the efforts in counter-terrorist actions.”
Sergei Lavrov : “We hope that political process will start in the nearest future, during January. Several dates have been mentioned but the final decision will be made by the UN General-Secretary under the recommendation of his special envoy Staffan de Mistura. He is in contact with all Syrian parties including the Syrian government as well as different opposition groups both inside and outside the country. And he is authorised by the UN to send out the invitations to the Syrian parties in these negotiations. We hope that it will be done in the nearest future and the negotiation process will begin this month.”
(Youtube link here, in Russian, and has ludicrous auto-translate)
(I think the above headline encapsulates the facts on the ground in the Western world for the past ten years. This echoes what many said after the Shafia murders and conviction in Canada)

A detective in the Rotherham abuse case was recorded by an alleged victim saying police wouldn’t give evidence in case they got in trouble for not acting sooner, a court heard.

Arshid Hussain is one of five men and two women standing trial over an alleged grooming ring in the South Yorkshire town from 1987 to 2003.

Sheffield Crown Court heard that one of the complainants in the case recorded a policeman involved in the investigation on her mobile phone in 2013 as she spoke about Hussain.

The woman, who is now 30, is said to have told police that she had been found having sex with Hussain aged just 14 on a day she was arrested for stealing.

She asked police to look into whether there were any records from the police who found her, showing she was with the defendant, the Sheffield Star reported.

But, in a transcript provided to the jury, DC Lee Robinson said: ‘If they walked in there and they saw you were having sex on the floor and they know you’re only 14 and they’ve seen this Asian male, if they put that in a statement, they know full well they’re going to get in the s*** because why didn’t they do something about that?’

7. Lured by promises of an Islamic paradise, in the Islamic State she in fact found an islamic paradise. CNN clip tries to distance the reality of islam from the fictionalized version of it the West peddles.

8. Dutch citizens of a town feel they have had more than enough refugees and for more than enough time

Netherlands: After anti-refugee riot hits Heesch, residents still adamant ‘enough is enough’

Around 50 inhabitants from the Dutch town of Heesch met the town’s mayor Marieke Moorman on Tuesday evening to express their concerns over the local authorities plan to host 500 asylum seekers in the town.

Speaking with journalists, Moorman said that she recognised people were ‘concerned’ following the wave of alleged sexual attacks which took place in the German city of Cologne on New Year’s Eve and “they are frightened that it would happen here.”

Many of Heesch’s inhabitants who attended the meeting with Mayor Moorman stated that 500 refugees over a 10 year period was “too much” for the small town. One protester commented that “People who are coming here are just people who want to prove their luck in Europe.”

On Monday evening a protest of more than 1,000 people against the planned creation of an asylum seeker centre in the town turned violent. Fireworks were fired at the city council, which was hosting a meeting on the issue. A dead pig was reportedly discovered hanging in a tree in front of the site of the proposed refugee centre, with residents also purportedly dumping sand on the mayor’s driveway earlier in the week.

(For Dutch Riot Watchers, here is the next town that will likely blow. Book your hotel room now)

9. Pakistan: Gunmen storm university in Charsadda

(Now it doesn’t say, but I would be willing to bet odds that it was religious muslims who did the killing because they didn’t like either the student body or the subjects)

10. Frustrated refugees sue Berlin over asylum backlog chaos

(Muslims biting the hand for not feeding enough of them fast enough and well enough)

More than 200 people are suing the German government in North Rhine-Westphalia for taking too long to process their asylum applications, a survey by a newspaper showed on Wednesday.

Many of the plaintiffs suing the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) in courts in the western state have been waiting more than a year for a decision on their case, the Rheinische Post (RP) reported.

Journalists at the RP contacted all seven administrative courts in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and found that many of the cases alleged “inactivity” by the authority.

The BAMF has been struggling with a backlog of hundreds of thousands of cases since before the massive increase in refugee arrivals in the second half of 2015 – with its poor performance forcing its boss to step down last September.

(Knowing enough genuine refugees who had to flee their homelands and immigrate to Canada using the normal process and waiting years and endless bureaucratic BS to get normal rights in this country, I find it a very sick joke that hostiles would sue for bureaucratic reasons when they get most of those rights instantly)

11. German Jewish groups fear rising anti-Semitism

(Europe has made its choice. Again. I would think now might be a good time to consider either Israel or if there is anywhere else based on classical liberalism that allows self defense)

Jewish groups pushed back against government insistence that anti-Semitism is not growing in Germany at a gathering on Tuesday, saying that newly-arrived Muslim migrants and the traditional far-right both posed a threat to their safety.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière told the Jewish community in Frankfurt that he was more worried about home-grown Muslim extremists than any arriving among refugees.

He was countered by Salomon Korn, president of the Frankfurt Jewish community, who said that most of the new arrivals came from countries which did not enjoy an “englightened” version of Islam – unlike Turkey, where most Muslims previously living in Germany had their roots.

Korn warned that many of the refugees had grown up in environments rife with anti-Semitism and a belief in Muslims’ mission to spread their religion.

(It would appear that the Jews of Germany have figured it out in time. A few years ago, I think they may have called us names had we said this exact thing)

12. Iranian shoves stranger in front of train to her death in Germany. 

(As far as I know at this time, the government is using the usual dodge of mental issues to avoid the J word. Interestingly, only muslims seem to have the mental issues that cause them to randomly attack strangers across Europe)

It was reported Wednesday that a man with an Iranian citizenship, but was born in the European nation who has recently flung open its borders to Middle Eastern refugees, killed a complete stranger by pushing her in front of a subway train, according to KRON.

Fellow passengers overpowered the man shortly thereafter and held him until police arrived.

The 28-year old German citizen has been arrested on suspicion of homicide, KRON reported.

13. Weapons snatched from policemen after poisoning them in Nooristan

(For the ‘religious muslims in the security services’ file)

A policeman has snatched weapons of two colleagues after poisoning them in a security post in eastern Nooristan province.

Hafiz Abdul Qayoum, Governor of Nooristan province said the incident has taken place in Want Waigal District.

It is yet unknown if the escaped policeman had links with militants or not but security agencies have been looking to find and arrest him.

Meanwhile, a policeman was killed in a militant attack in Nooristan’s neighboring Kunar province last night.

An official said a group of insurgents armed with heavy and light weapons launched attack on a security post in Ghazi Abad District.

According to the official, the attack was rebuffed by security forces but one policeman embraced martyrdom in the gunbattle.

Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Buck, Maria J.,SIMONXML, Shabnam and many more. There is a great deal of material in the daily links post. Worth scanning.

A story by Matthew Bracken and a worthy read

This link is claimed to be from a Trump rally today at 1:00 PM. The story is that 5000 people were turned away at the door for no room. If this is true, it would almost sorta make one think that some people don’t trust Obama anymore.




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7 Replies to “Geopolitics, ‘crazy’ person pushes woman in front of train, migration crisis escalates: Links 2 on Jan. 20 – 2016”

  1. 1 – This is a rational decision and should be followed through, of course the left in their war on western civilization are going to object and do all they can to stop the west from making rational decisions.

  2. Once upon a time Libya was just fine, thank you very much. People could go to work and go to school and go out for dinner and everything. And of course their fearless leader, Muammar Gaddafi, would say all that “Death to America” stuff when he was talking to an Arab audience, but in real life he had forsworn terrorism and was doing a not bad little job of running Libya and getting along with its neighbors. In the real world, Muammar Gaddafi was about as good as it gets when it comes to Arab leaders. Then Hussein H Osama murdered him.

    Once upon a time Egypt was just fine, thank you very much…
    Once upon a time Syria was just fine, thank you very much…

    Isn’t there a Hague Court or an International Tribunal or something? I keep hearing people refer to “International Law”, why don’t they arrest Osama on three charges of naked aggression against defenseless, much smaller sovereign nations. Isn’t that against the Atlantic Accord or the Geneva Convention or The Potsdam Treaty or something?

    And why is it that all of us out here in conservative computerland knew exactly what was going to happen after they attacked and weakened those countries – what with crazed multi-tribal religious fanatics hiding and waiting behind every dune – while the CIA and the FBI and the State Department and the White House, each with the greatest intelligence resources on earth, were all taken completely by surprise? You know, I think that’s the kind of question that Mr. Trump might just be crass enough to ask, and I would really love to hear the answer.

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