Turkish referendum likely a fraud, Mouldylocks had a weapon and more: Links 1 on April 18 – 2017

1. Photos of “Mouldylocks” with weapon may change the moral mathematics

Mouldylocks is alleged to have been hitting people with a large glass bottle


(There are many more photos and many of her colleagues, some of which are pornographic at this link. But be warned, the effect you may get will be more this this.)

2. European Commission urges Turkey to launch ‘transparent investigations’ into referendum results

The European Commission on April 18 urged Turkey to launch “transparent investigations” into alleged voting irregularities in the April 16 constitutional referendum, in which the “yes” camp won 51.4 percent of the votes. 

International observers charged on April 17 that the referendum campaign was conducted on an “unlevel playing field” and that the vote count was “marred by late procedural changes that removed key safeguards.”

“We call on the Turkish authorities to consider the next steps very carefully, and to seek the broadest possible national consensus in the follow-up to the national referendum,” European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said at a press conference in Brussels.

(Erdogan’s response is predictable. Just 3 less fingers than the usual MB salute)

3. Pakistan professor from minority Ahmadi sect fatally stabbed

Pakistani police say a university professor from the Ahmadi sect was found stabbed to death in what may be the latest in Islamic militant attack on members of the minority group.

Officer Mohammad Ali says the 61-year-old microbiology professor Tahira Malik was found slain in the eastern city of Lahore, with several stab wounds.

He says her daughter had complained to the police that her mother wasn’t answering her calls.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The Pakistani Taliban and other Sunni militants consider Ahmadis heretics and have often attacked them in the past.

4. Videos show massive electoral fraud in Turkey, (similar to the Muslim area of London, Tower Hamlets.)

Turkish people went to the polls on Sunday, April 16 to vote in a referendum on changes to their constitution that would hand increased powers to current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The “Yes” camp won by a slim majority. However, the “No” camp has cried foul, claiming that the elections were rigged, and pointing to numerous videos,  widely shared on social media, that appear to show voter fraud and ballot-box stuffing.

According to official results, the “Yes” camp won with 51.41 percent of votes while the “No” camp got 48.59 percent. The turnout was recorded at 8 percent, a higher number than usual for Turkish elections.

(Please go to link to see videos)

5. Islamic State Leader, Al Baghdadi arrested in Syria

(just thinking about what a just punishment for that person might be is bad for the psychological health)

European department for security and information (DESI) announced that they have received intelligence information that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was apprehended by Syrian and Russian joint forces.

In a press release on Tuesday, the media office of DESI secretary general said this comes after al-Baghdadi was forced to leave Mosul after the Iraqi forces advancement in the province.

The media office noted that they will reserve the details of this information until further confirmation.

6. Some good LOLs in this Daily Mail report on the Fresno jihadi where muslim community leaders read their script to try and sanitize Islam.


Sayed Ali Ghazvini, imam of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno, said Muhammad was not a member of his congregation and he did not recognize him.

Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno :

A man, who claimed to follow our faith of peace and compassion, committed terrible acts of violence […]

[…]the phrase allahu akbar, or God is great, is a prayer of peace for 1,8 billion Muslims around the world […] When someone utters these beautiful words and commits violent acts, it brings pain to our community[…]

Additionally, today’s crime represenst nothing to do with our faith[…]

Thank you Richard, M., Wrath of Khan, NorseRadish and so many more who have contributed to this site today.

The fact is, horror is coming in so quickly now, its basically what the OIC-MB 10 year plan called for, except a year late. Murder in every major city in the west somewhere on a daily basis by the followers of Islam. And of course, the strategy, if there is one, is likely to try and mitigate the terror aspect of it by obliterating the notion of truth in media and government.

This would be a perfect example of baby-bathwater thinking. its handing them a victory in the big picture. A deception-based, and therefore totalitarian state whether its Islamic or not, is still a totalitarian state.


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6 Replies to “Turkish referendum likely a fraud, Mouldylocks had a weapon and more: Links 1 on April 18 – 2017”

  1. mouldy locks was wearing weighted gloves and was trying to hit the man in the throat, this is attempted murder if the crooked government in Berkeley decides to act on the evidence.

  2. Erdogan has a lot of support in Turkey. It could be he really got 50%+ support. Or not. In practice, it will make absolutely no difference.

    The Turks suppressed Islam (though, to a small degree, they also harnessed it, within limits). But they didn’t eliminate it.

    Take the lid off that pot, even after a hundred years, and it bubbles right back up.

    • I was going to say something along those lines: the trend in Turkey is obvious. Mark Steyn has an interesting piece explaining what is going on – essentially, demographics at work. The Kemalists (who used to represent a much greater percentage of the Turkish population than is currently the case) like secularists and non-Muslims in general simply have not been reproducing at a rate that would enable them to keep up with their more fundamentalist and pious countrymen. So their influence is waning and they are being pushed from positions of power in society (Erdogan’s recent purge of academics and journalists only being a more obvious example of a general pattern). The future of this still sizable minority who want a more secular and democratic Turkey, would not appear to be rosy – they will presumably face increasing discrimination, ostracization and even violence in coming years under the new Turkish Caliphate. And as for the few remaining Christians … as is the case pretty well everywhere else in the middle-east, the bell has now tolled for them, I fear.


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