Reader’s links for November 2 – 2016

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

97 Replies to “Reader’s links for November 2 – 2016”

  1. The volume of stuff coming out about the Clintons and their Foundation is so vast, it is difficult to keep up.

    One soul over at reddit’s r/The_Donald has been digging into the connections between Clintons, their Foundation and pedophilia rings (both were frequent flyers on Epstein’s Lolita Express) has just released all these reports into it.

    I have not had the time to check them out, but perhaps some of you kind people can take a peek and see if there is good info here:

  2. Germany: Man Arrested in Berlin for Alleged Terror Ties (abcnews, Nov 2, 2016)

    “German police and prosecutors say they have arrested a man in Berlin on suspicion of membership in a terrorist organization.

    Berlin police said on Twitter that the man was arrested late Wednesday at an apartment in the Schoeneberg district of the capital.

    Police say the man claims to be 27 and from Syria, and that he has lived in Germany since 2015.

    Police referred journalists to Germany’s federal prosecutors for further information. Federal prosecutors, who handle most terrorism-related cases, did not name the man, but said he is suspected of belonging to the Islamic State group.

    They said they have until the end of Thursday to bring him before a judge for a decision on whether they can continue holding him.”

  3. France Closes 4 Mosques for Promoting ‘Radical Ideology’ (abcnews, Nov 2, 2016)

    “France’s interior minister has ordered the closure of four mosques that allegedly espoused a ‘radical ideology,’ the latest such shutdowns among dozens since the Nov. 13 Paris attacks nearly a year ago.

    A state of emergency in France allows for the closing of places of worship where the preaching risks provoking hate, violence or acts of terrorism.

    Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve ordered the mosques in the Paris region closed on Wednesday. A ministry statement did not name the mosques, located east, west and north of the city.

    “Under cover of religion, these places held meetings that in reality were aimed at promoting a radical ideology,” the statement said.

    Dozens of mosques where radicalism allegedly thrived have been closed and non-citizens, including imams, expelled since the attacks that killed 130 people.”

    • France Closes 4 Mosques for Promoting ‘Radical Ideology’

      Let me know when “Closes” is finally substituted with “Bulldozes”.

  4. Germany: Five injured in irritant gas attack on refugee school in Hamburg

    Five people were injured after an irritant gas was used in an attack on a language school for refugees in Hamburg, Wednesday evening.

    Emergency services were called at 17:35 local time (15:35 GMT) after numerous people started to suffer from eye and respiratory irritation. When arriving at the site the officers could still smell the gas and could only enter the school wearing protective masks. Five people received medical treatment after the gas spread over two floors in the language school.

    According to Officer Kai Hitzod, the emergency services on site were not able to determine which type of gas had been used. At the time of writing it is still unclear who is responsible for the attack, but police are investigating.

  5. France: PARIS – Stalingrad metro station refugees continue anti-eviction protest

    Hundreds of refugees continued to demonstrate outside an unauthorised refugee camp at Stalingrad metro station in Paris, Wednesday, two days after French immigration authorities began proceedings to close the makeshift camp.

  6. DAILY MAIL ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi calls on suicide bombers to ‘destroy the cities of the unbelievers’ in the West and orders no surrender as Iraqi forces close in on his Mosul hideout

    Abu al-Baghdadi issued audio recording calling jihadis to arms in Mosul
    The Isis leader is believed to be trapped inside the city as Iraqis close in
    Urged people in Mosul to ‘fight enemies of God’ and attack cities in West
    It was his first statement since the offensive on ISIS stronghold began

    ISIS Leader Calls On Fighters In Mosul Not To Flee The Battlefield

    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi issued a rare statement encouraging ISIS fighters to hold their ground

    ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released a rare audio statement encouraging his fighters in Mosul and warning them not to flee the approaching Iraqi army.

    In the 30-minute tape, released early Thursday, titled “This Is What Allah and His Messenger Promised Us,” Baghdadi addresses Islamic State fighters — calling on them to keep control of the civilians living in the city and to continue in their Jihad.

    “Fight for the sake of Allah,” he says, telling his fighters to remain “steadfast against the jets of America and its allies.” He continues: “This is your war,” entreating the terror group to attack the invaders and “make rivers of their blood.”

    In the tape, Baghdadi also harshly attacks Saudi Arabia and Turkey for “cooperating militarily with the infidel nations in the war against Islam and Sunnis in Iraq and Syria.” He then calls on ISIS loyalists in those countries to attack officials and local security forces.

    ISIS’ reclusive leader also eulogizes spokesperson Abu Mohammad al-Adnani and media chief Abu Mohammad al-Furqan, who were killed by a U.S airstrike in mid October — saying that “the Caliphate was not affected by their deaths.” His reference to the news also proves the tape is recent.

    This is the first appearance by Baghdadi since December 2015. The Independent reported on Wednesday that Baghdadi is believed to be inside the city of Mosul. A Kurdish official told the publication that his government had information from multiple sources that “Baghdadi is there and, if he is killed, it will mean the collapse of the whole system.”

    In a breakthrough in the ground operation to retake Mosul from ISIS, the Iraqi army announced Tuesday that its special forces have entered Mosul city limits — for the first time since the city was captured by the Islamic State in June 2014.

    The battle for Mosul, ISIS’ major stronghold in Iraq, started on October 17 with air and ground support from a U.S.-led coalition, in what seems to be the largest offensive in Iraq since the U.S. invasion of 2003. Mosul has a population of 1.5 million people, making it by far the largest city to be held by the terror group.

  7. The FBI just released documents on Hillary investigation on line.

    From the FBI website:

    Hillary Rodham Clinton served as U.S. Secretary of State from January 21, 2009 to February 1, 2013. The FBI conducted an investigation into allegations that classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on a personal e-mail server she used during her tenure.

    The FBI released the documents in four sections, linked below:

    Part 1—
    Jim Hoft @gatewaypundit

    8:45 PM – 1 Nov 2016

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