1. Pauline Hanson T shirt gets quite a rise in Australia
2. A top five from The Rebel with some highly disturbing but no longer surprising events.
(…which is somewhat infuriating as Junker, along with everyone else, knows that these muslim invaders are in fact not refugees at all. So if, for example, Hungary, was to stop accepting them on the basis of a bogus claim that negates any European obligation under refugee treaties, Junker would still find that “unacceptable”)
BRUSSELS – European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Thursday that member States “must” show solidarity in sharing the burden of refugees who arrive in Europe. “Some countries do it, others say no because they are Catholic and they don’t want Muslims,” he said. “This is unacceptable because they are not (only) Muslims but human beings”.
(It’s all pretty clear. It was an Islamic jihad. The question remains, why did his handlers in the Islamic State tell him to do it on the 17th?)
5. Homeland security committee on identifying the enemy. THIS IS TWO HOURS and FORTY FIVE MINUTES. I will extract some good bits as they come to my attention when time permits, but it does start rather well with Chairman Perry.
Days after militants killed 17 of its soldiers in the Uri sector of disputed Kashmir, Indian army has reportedly moved heavy artillery along the Line of Control (LoC).According to a BBC Urdu report, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spent his day at a military operation room where he monitored his army’s movement along the LoC.
The assault, in which four commando-style gunmen burst into the brigade headquarters in Uri at 5:30 am (midnight GMT) on September 18, was among the deadliest in held Kashmir, and has raised new fears of military conflict between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
Pakistan Air Force (PAF) closed Lahore-Pakistan motorway on Thursday to let it practice landing jets on the road, in what it said was routine training not related to heightened tension with India after a deadly attack in the disputed Kashmir region.
The attack in the frontier town of Uri — the latest in a decades-long dispute over Kashmir, claimed and held in part by both India and Pakistan — has raised new fears of military conflict between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
India has accused Pakistan of being behind Sunday’s attack on an army base that killed 18 soldiers in the Indian occupied Kashmir and said it had the right to respond. Pakistan has rejected the allegation and accused India of apportioning blame before the incident had been investigated properly.
(Given that it was the ISI, or Pakistan’s version of the intelligence umbrella group that coordinated the terrorist attack on Bombay in 2008, on tends to sympathize with India on this one.
The Afghan VP tends to support claims that Pakistan is working with the world’s most militant muslims.
There was a battle in a German town which the media seems frantic to spin. The best I can sort out so far, is Muslim migrants harassed women and provoked locals which escalated. The media seems to write this to make it look like German neo-Nazis are responsible for it, but careful reading of the articles and news reports show it was all started by the Muslims. I hope to spell this out better tomorrow. Here is one video translated by Nash Montana. We did another one last week but YT disabled it world-wide nearly instantly. For the moment, this gives a starting point.