1. Angela Merkel is seen being greeted by regular people expressing what they actually think.
(Merkel has been using the Clinton tactic of only being filmed with trained Seals as a rule recently)
2. Turks threaten Russians with a NATO retaliation for violation of air-space
(one doesn’t need to speak Greek to understand the world ‘Al-Qaeda’ in the video)
THESSALONIKI, Greece: Two men with Swedish passports and carrying machetes and other “combat paraphernalia” have been arrested in Greece, suspected of links to extremist groups, Greek police sources said Sunday.
A 28-year-old man of Bosnian descent and a 19-year-old of Yemeni origin were travelling by bus when they were arrested Thursday in the northern city of Alexandroupolis, near the Turkish border, according to police sources.
Inside their luggage were found two machetes, army uniforms and other “combat paraphernalia”, the sources said.
Both men have been charged with carrying weapons and will go before a magistrate Tuesday, police said.
4. Man in Sweden speaking English and wearing a Kefiyya speaks about the vigilante action against the muslims who have taken over parts of a major Swedish town.
5. An article showing how the BDS movement is actually what readers of this site likely know it is, but some Jewish groups and Gay Jewish groups seem to be just figuring it out now. (This article takes a bit of a deep dive so save 10 minute or more for it)
The column is extraordinary in that it reflects a growing realization even in the mainstream media that the thin line between rabid anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism has been crossed in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
We covered the situation in our post, Jewish Voice for Peace helps disrupt Israeli LGBTQ group Sabbath event, which has video and images, and explains the tactic:
The pinkwashing charge is essential for BDS on U.S. college campuses because BDS has trouble squaring its support for regimes (including Hamas and the Palestinian Authority, not to mention most Arab countries) which abuse and persecute gays with BDS’s attempt to co-opt the progressive movement.
Hence, the pinkwashing claim that Israel’s promotion of its gay-friendly policies is actually a greater evil than the abuse heaped on gays in areas controlled by Israel’s enemies.
If you want to get a sense of how threatening the anti-Israel crowd was, view this video from a group that appears to support the protest. Imagine yourself in the conference room with hundreds of people screaming just outside the doors and trying to push their way past security. Also note the chants of “mic check” — a phrase made famous during the Occupy Wall Street protests:
6. General Patraeus to face more penalties for mishandling of secret information while Clinton still faces none for crimes orders of magnitude worse than anything the general was accused of.
(As Richard points out, there has to be a huge disparity of opinion for the Joint Chiefs to not obey this order to demote this man)
7. Turkey: Tear gas, water cannon used in clashes at pro-Kurdish demo in Istanbul
(Turkey continues to celebrate diversity of opinion, freedom of the press and freedom of dissent in the breach rather than in the observance. Remember that the imam in Canada compared Trudeau to Erdogan as well as the famous historical emperor who betrayed his own people to advance islam)
Sadly some people have to get “mugged” before they come to terms with reality. And the reality is that Islamic is anti-Semitic, not to mention anti-Christian, anti-Hindu and anti everyone who isn’t Muslim. Or even the right kind of Muslim. Importing millions of Muslims imports intolerance on a terrifying massive scale.
When Judith G. helped out at a refugee center near Frankfurt last October and identified herself as Jewish, she was spat on and insulted.
German Jews say the case of Judith G., a 33-year-old optician who asked not to be fully named, isn’t isolated and underlines concerns many have about the record arrivals of asylum seekers, largely from Muslim countries in the Middle East.
9. Turkish becomes official language in Council of Europe (whatever that is) and European court of Human Rights
America is watching its neighbour to the north closely as thousands of Syrian refugees arrive on Canadian soil, says one U.S. border official, and the sense of unease over the rapid influx is growing.
“These people are coming from countries that are in complete turmoil,” said Shawn Moran, a vice-president of the National Border Patrol Council, the union representing approximately 18,000 U.S. border agents and support personnel.
“Whether (refugees) come into Canada with the best of intentions or whether they’re part of a terrorist cell that is trying to do harm either to Canadian or American society, that’s a border that they can easily slip across.”
In an interview with The West Block’s Vassy Kapelos this weekend, Moran expressed particular concern over the background checks being conducted by the Canadian government before welcoming refugees, saying that although working with Ottawa to secure the border has produced “great results” in the past, the latest wave of new arrivals is raising eyebrows.
(Video at site should be seen. This is the leading edge of a coming storm)
Thank you ML., M., Wrath of Khan, Richard, and all who sent in materials.
I notice that people who years ago, would refer to people who recognized the facts of leftism and islam and spoke of it rationally and openly, and would back then, call us all kinds of choice diminutives and ad hominems in order to avoid discussing actual facts now are in a couple of camps. What I call, ‘The Red Pill Cadets’ (Thank you Stephen Coughlin) and those that admit the world is a mess but it has nothing to do with anything we say it does.
Advice to those who know people in group B.
Call block and mark as spam.