Really bad institutional thinking by the entitled, reality-challeneged leads us down a dark road. Links 2 on Jan. 28 – 2016

1.Austrian school swaps out God for Allah in hymn

Austrian authorities are investigating after children were sent home from a kindergarten with homework to learn the words to a Christian hymn, which had the word ‘God’ replaced with ‘Allah’.

The Austrian parent of one child at the Muslim majority school in Oberösterreich complained after he found the handout given to his daughter with the words and musical notation for the popular German children’s hymn ‘Gottes liebe ist so wunderbar’ (God’s love is so wonderful) had been edited and photocopied with new lyrics.


(Other songs in school choir book include, He’s got Charles Manson eyes, Oh what a friend we have in Himler, All Hail The Power of Gandalf’s Name, God Save the Dream and many more)

2. Asylum seeker found guilty of rape will not be deported

(The most important thing in this story is additional data points showing that governments in Western Europe lie and cover up important stories to their electorate to manipulate public sentiment and opinion, on matters of critical importance to democracy)



Details of the case were revealed this week when the now 18-year-old from Afghanistan appeared in court.

At the same time, it was revealed that after serving his sentence he will not be deported as the sentence is not more than three years, according to a report in the Kurier newspaper.

The pensioner, whose daughter Sylvia was a helper working with refugees, had been walking her dog alongside the canal in Traiskirchen, where Austria’s largest refugee centre is located.

She was attacked last autumn, but police admitted it was not reported at the time to local media because of the sensitivity of the subject.

3. Canada will lift sanctions against Iran: Dion

(Please see this video of Canadian imam for deeper understanding)

The federal government intends to move ahead with lifting sanctions against Iran and normalizing relations with the country, Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion said Tuesday during question period.

Dion made the comment in response to a question from Conservative Foreign Affairs Critic Tony Clement, who referenced a report that said Bombardier was doing business in Iran “despite the fact Canada has sanctions in place.”

“Does Bombardier know something that the rest of Canada doesn’t?” Clement asked. “Has the government already lifted sanctions against Iran?”

4. Sweden Govt Impounds Turkish Ship Carrying TONNES Of Explosives, Rockets, Ammunition

The Swedish government is holding a Turkish owned cargo ship loaded with explosives and rockets bound for the Middle East, with experts voicing concerns it could be an explosion risk.

Turkish-owned, Panama-flagged Whiskey Trio has been detained by the Swedish transport authority over the “unseaworthy” condition of the ship an the poor environment for the crew, which have been described as unhygienic. Denouncing the condition of the freighter, the transportation workers union press release described the craft as “a rusty ship with poverty wages”.

Another called it the “worst ship” he had “ever inspected”.

The major concern over the elderly ship is the cargo, which includes “tonnes” of explosives, rockets and ammunition in 13 containers bound for an unconfirmed port in the Middle East, possibly in Yemen or Oman by way of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Montenegro. Investigators have discovered bare 380-volt cables and other ignition risks, and an explosives expert has said if the cargo went up, it could take out the whole harbour town of Varberg together with its 30,000 inhabitants.

(The fact that this is at least the third Turkish cargo ship full of weapons detained in Europe means that some of them likely get through to the destination, wherever that is, as they feel these losses are acceptable)

5. Disneyland Paris: Man arrested carrying two guns

The 28-year-old is not known to security services and gave no resistance when he was detained, according to French media reports.

Police said the man was also found with a copy of the Koran. He was stopped during a security check.

(Always good to have some light reading with you when you embark on a killing spree at a family theme park. Nothing to do with islam though. Independent link here and France 24 link here)

6. First picture of ’15-year-old’ Somali asylum seeker who ‘stabbed to death’ Swedish social worker as he appears in court charged with her murder

Six-foot tall, the ‘child’ accused of murdering a Swedish aid worker appeared in court today.

Somali-born Youssaf Khaliif Nuur, ?charged with murdering Alexandra Mezher, 22, towered over his translator as he walked into the courtroom in Gothenburg.

She was knifed to death as she tried to break up a fight at the shelter for unaccompanied child refugees where she worked alone in charge of ten youths.

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First picture: Somali-born Youssaf Khaliif Nuur, 15, pictured in court in Gothenburg today, is charged with murdering Swedish social worker Alexandra Mezher. At six foot tall, he towered over his translator when he walked into the courtroom in Gothenburg today

Muslim perps often wear blankets to court. Perhaps as response to judge remark: ‘Don’t give me that sheet’.

Hearing: Somalian Khaliif Nuur, supposedly aged 15, towered over his translator during today’s court hearing where court papers showed prosecutors do not know his true identity

(This means they also do not know his real age. As he is charged with murder, I suggest cutting his leg in half and counting the rings. Meanwhile, the Swedish police chief garners sympathy for the 30 something fake ID wielding murderer of social workers)

7. Dutch thought-police visiting locals who post requests to join protests or object to the usurpation of their country, culture and history, and ask them to delete their posts.

(This may be a good time for mass wearing of George Orwell Masks. Breitbart has this related story)

8. Hundreds of DHS badges, guns, cell phones lost or stolen since 2012

(If we add to this, recent stories on dozens and dozens of Muslim-Brotherhood infiltrators working within the DHS, this story begins to take on the proportions it deserves. Auto Start video at FOX link above)

Hundreds of badges, credentials, cell phones and guns belonging to Department of Homeland Security employees have been lost or stolen in recent years — raising serious security concerns about the potential damage these missing items could do in the wrong hands.

Inventory reports, obtained by the news site Complete Colorado and shared with, show that over 1,300 badges, 165 firearms and 589 cell phones were lost or stolen over the span of 31 months between 2012 and 2015.

The majority of the credentials belonged to employees of Customs and Border Protection (CBP), while others belonged to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) employees.

9. German police were ordered not to prosecute migrants two months before New Year sex attacks: Documents show officials thought it was pointless as so few arrivals had any ID

(You can forget the rationale. Western police forces charged people with uncertain identities before and often. The real reason is political)

Police in a German town were ordered not to prosecute migrants for certain crimes – just two months before the New Year’s Eve sex attacks in Cologne, it has emerged.

Documents show officers in Kiel, northern Germany, were told to forego prosecuting migrants for theft and criminal damage amid fears there was little chance of succeeding.

The guidelines were issued by the police directorate in the town in October 2015 just months before hundreds of women reported being robbed and molested by migrants in Cologne on December 31.

Police in a German town were ordered not to prosecute migrants for certain crimes two months before the New Year sex attacks in Cologne, it has emerged (file picture)



Thank you Kathy, Maria J., Shabnam, Richard, M., ML., Pym Purnell, Kathy, 

There are a lot of fires at ‘asylum’ centers in Germany and startlingly few arrests. At first it seemed like German police didn’t care or agreed with the arsonists. But as one looks at the amount of coverup of migrant crimes across Europe and then looks at the number of incidents of muslim migrants setting fire to their own facilities in order to force the local authority to release them to the general public it gets obvious that the German and other governments are using the fires as propaganda against the locals claiming its racism when in fact its more likely that its the migrants doing it to advantage their position.

Also on the school song. I have spoken often about this issue on BlogTalk radio and written about it here. It is very important that even the names of fictional characters are not interchanged when the attributes are different. It murders meaning. In many cases I think that is the exact plan. But it will work against those who follow a kinder God with attributes that lead towards cooperation, kindness and civilizational advance. God, Allah and so on may or may not be real but their followers take real actions based on their imputed or genuine attributes. This is not a trivial matter. One does not casually substitute Churchill and Hitler in history books, one for the other even though both are dead and both are the stuff of legends to a greater or lesser degree in the public consciousness. Allah is not God, Daffy Duck is not Superman and Ghandi is not Bruce Jenner. The attributes are the only thing that matters. So lets give these names the respect required for proper understanding.

Lastly, here is an interesting Tweet by Iran’s Khamenei

J-Post article here

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14 Replies to “Really bad institutional thinking by the entitled, reality-challeneged leads us down a dark road. Links 2 on Jan. 28 – 2016”

  1. 4 – The US customs thinks that they intercept between 10% and 25% of all illegal items, I doubt if the European customs does any better.

    • I can’t see why the shippers of the munitions would be sending it west to turn around and send it east again. The obvious conclusion is that it was intended for Europe all along. I hope the European resistance groups are aware of the interceptions and have plans to go underground to continue their resistance once the major fighting begins.

  2. 8 – This one is very troubling and should make people avoid events that are big terror targets, using the enemies identification to infiltrate a target is a very old tactic that still works.

  3. 9 – There are several possible results of this order and in all probability all of them will come true: 1) Some of the police will decide that since their superiors are corrupt they should get part of the action, 2) Some of the police will retire rather then accept the new orders, 3) Some of the police will join the resistance to work against the conquest of Europe.

    Reaction 3 is the one that needs to be looked for by the resistance groups, they need to actively work to recruit police officers as under cover members of the groups, however they also need to be very careful about accepting agent provocateurs who are playing the part of dissatisfied police officers who are trying to help the resistance.

  4. President Obama’s response to Mr. Khamanei: When any Jew anywhere is targeted just for being Jewish, we all have to respond as Roddie Edmonds did — “We are all Jews.” Recorded [President Obama at 59:40] January 27, 2016 – the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp
    [Rabbi Lau’s remarks begin at 13:22; President Netanyahu at 24:50; Steven Spielberg at 53:19]


      • Oops! The context was when the Nazis asked the American POWs to out their Jews, and the senior officer’s response was that all the POWs were Jews (and someone of us will survive and you will be prosecuted for war crimes…)

  5. God, Allah and so on may or may not be real but their followers take real actions based on their imputed or genuine attributes. This is not a trivial matter.

    Definitely not trivial: It’s the first Commandment of the Big 10.

    • Many secularists and or atheists tend to dismiss very important things because they made the decision for themselves about the non-existence of things. Frankly, from an empirical point of view, it makes no difference whatsoever. But what does matter is what people believe. Which is why Canada voted for Trudeau and will again, and why Americans voted for Obama twice. The facts do not matter. But they need to.

      • Very true, the left has worked long and hard to ensure that facts don’t matter, look at how in Tv Shows, Movies and Books the left keeps pushing the idea of “trust your emotions they won’t steer you wrong” while doing their best to make people ignore their intellect and what logic is telling them.

  6. Re: The Khamenei Tweet.

    It sounds very much like the Turkish Islamist’s point of view on the Armenian genocide.

    “1. It never happened.
    2. We’re glad it did.”

    • Scum. The voice of the Armenians’ blood still cries from that cursed ground.
      There’s nothing decent about dealing with those who refuse to acknowledge the Armenian genocide.
      We do, though. I think about it every Holocaust Memorial Day.

      • We deal with them and often praise them, the left is allowing a holocaust of non Moslems in the Mideast and like the west during the last Holocaust is denying the victims status as refugees. People are orginizing and smuggling Christians out of the Mideast and into the West but the Christians are often deported back when they are captured.

  7. Czech MP Tomio Okamura, who heads the populist Freedom and Direct Democracy Party and is outspoken in his criticism of the migrant invasion, was cited on Czech radio by an academic flunkie:

    “Yes, we can now see the presence of this radical politics in Parliament.
    “It is something new in the Czech Republic because only in the 1990s was a rightwing, extremist party represented in the Czech Parliament [Miroslav Sládek’s Republicans].
    “And now, since 2013, we again have a radical populist party in Parliament [Dawn] and this party is connected with extra-parliamentary movements with extremist ideas.”
    Would you say this is a worrying development?
    “Yes, it is partially worrying.

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