Reader’s Links, December 24, 2017

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    • Germany: Afghan refugee tries to drown his 17-year-old girlfriend in ice cold river

      I said, ‘Oh, no! no!
      I’ve been through this before.’

      While this new incident may merit new investigative efforts, what changes have happened?

      As in, what new defenses are there against a murderous, sexual predator like Hussein Khavari (who intentionally understated his 33 YEAR-OLD age to immigration officials) as part of gaining access into Germany for further opportunities to rape and murder victims like Maria Ladenburger?

      At this point, it is far too likely that Maria Ladenburger knew damn well more than enough when it came to letting herself be accosted by a smug, dissembling, vicious little cutthroat like Khavari.

      After all, Ladenburger’s father was a high ranking senior lawyer within the EU. Where does this lead to?…

      “I saw how the soaking wet, the frightened girl was while being taken to the ambulance. About a minute later, a commotion broke out among the rescuers. They ran back to the water and searched for the woman’s boyfriend.”

      What further need is there of more evidence?!?

      Go ahead, Europe. There is little more involved that requires your participation.

      Your predators need only a nod-and-a-wink in order to wipe away your world…

      So be it…

  1. ‘Christmas Card’ Gen. Patton Gave US Troops May Be Manliest Ever Created

    When then-President-elect Donald Trump announced Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis as his pick for secretary of defense, he told a crowd in Cincinnati, “They say that he is the closest thing to Gen. George Patton that we have,” according to RealClearPolitics.

    That was no small statement. Patton looms large over American political history, especially after George C. Scott’s masterful screen performance as the World War II general.

    Few scenes in American cinematic history are as iconic as Scott, in character, pacing before the American flag and delivering a speech to his men.

    And yet, for all of Hollywood’s hero-making, the real man was even more of a legend — and this Christmas card proves just that.

    During the holiday season of 1944, Patton’s Third Army was bogged down in its advance against the Germans.

    According to WND, Patton was delayed as he was trying to reach Bastogne, a town in southern Belgium held by 15,000 American troops but encircled by over 50,000 Nazi soldiers bearing down on it.

    Unfortunately, due to the weather, Gen. Patton didn’t have the air cover he needed to relieve the 15,000 brave American troops holding off the Germans.

    That’s when he decided to rely on the power of prayer.

    Patton had Chaplain Fr. James O’Neill compose a card to be distributed to each one of the 250,000 troops under his command in the Third Army, and had all of the men pray this simple prayer:

    “Almighty and most merciful Father, we humbly beseech Thee, of Thy great goodness, to restrain these immoderate rains with which we have had to contend,” it read.

    Grant us fair weather for Battle. Graciously hearken to us as soldiers who call Thee that, armed with Thy power, we may advance from victory to victory, and crush the oppression and wickedness of our enemies, and establish Thy justice among men and nations. Amen.”

    On the reverse side, Patton wrote, “To each officer and soldier in the Third United States Army, I wish a Merry Christmas. I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty, and skill in battle. We march in our might to complete victory. May God’s blessings rest upon each of you on this Christmas Day. — G.S. Patton, Jr., Lieutenant General, Commanding, Third United States Army.”

    Grant us fair weather for Battle. Graciously hearken to us as soldiers who call Thee that, armed with Thy power, we may advance from victory to victory, and crush the oppression and wickedness of our enemies, and establish Thy justice among men and nations. Amen.”

    On the reverse side, Patton wrote, “To each officer and soldier in the Third United States Army, I wish a Merry Christmas. I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty, and skill in battle. We march in our might to complete victory. May God’s blessings rest upon each of you on this Christmas Day. — G.S. Patton, Jr., Lieutenant General, Commanding, Third United States Army.”

    And it worked.

    The next day, the weather cleared, Patton’s Third Army made its way into Bastogne to relieve the 101st Airborne, stymie the Nazis, and … well, you know the rest.

    If that isn’t a Christmas card to end all Christmas cards, I don’t know what is.

    • For those of you who don’t know much about the military you need to understand just what he did:

      Patton disengaged with the enemy (left groups holding the enemy at bay while he pulled back), made a 90 degree turn to the left and then traveled several hundred miles over very bad roads in very bad weather and re-engaged the enemy along a multi division front (memory says 6 but that may be wrong).

      That is as close to impossible as it gets without being impossible. Patton was a lot of things but he was a military genius and one of the greatest Generals who ever lived. His nickname among the troops was :Blood and Guts”, our blood and his guts.

      • When he died in the accident he was under orders reassigning him to the US. His son a professional soldier was never allowed to serve in Europe, he firmly believed (despite the three seperate investigations that said accident, one ordered by 5 star General Eisenhower, one ordered by 5 star General Bradly and one by 4 star General I. D. White (his forefather Issac Davis fired the shot heard around the world)) that Stalin had ordered his father murdered. Since we was also a genius the US government was afraid he would find some way to cause the Soviets to start a war with us.

    • This is very interesting. Lobbying by big pharma? It’s so common it’s a joke. Seems to me that on the lobby side it’s just a big game with nothing but money to lose. Money you can always make more of. On the politician’s side you’ve everything to lose–your career, power and dignity–if you’re found to be crooked, especially when your Finance Minister has already been found to be crooked.

      Let’s see if anyone in this country who matters has any balls. If that’s a murder-suicide then Trudeau is a man of substance.

  2. Manure-filled package sent to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin sends bomb squad to Bel Air

    A package filled with manure and addressed to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin prompted a check from the bomb squad in Bel Air Saturday.

    Authorities said a call came in around 7:30 p.m. regarding a suspicious package labeled to Mnuchin that was left in a neighbor’s driveway in the 900 block of Bel Air Road.

    The package was also labeled as being from “the American people.”

    No evacuations were ordered, and the scene was cleared around 9:30 p.m.

  3. Europe: The Islamization of Christmas
    “An unbearable, involuntary submission to Islam”

    by Soeren Kern
    December 24, 2017 at 5:00 am

    This year’s Christmas season has been marked by Islam-related controversies in nearly every European country. Most of the conflicts have been generated by Europe’s multicultural political and religious elites, who are bending over backwards to secularize Christmas, ostensibly to ensure that Muslims will not be offended by the Christian festival.

    Many traditional Christmas markets have been renamed — Amsterdam Winter Parade, Brussels Winter Pleasures, Kreuzberger Wintermarkt, London Winterville, Munich Winter Festival — to project a multicultural veneer of secular tolerance.

    More troubling are the growing efforts to Islamize Christmas. The re-theologizing of Christmas is based on the false premise that the Jesus of the Bible is the Jesus (Isa) of the Koran. This religious fusion, sometimes referred to as “Chrislam,” is gaining ground in a West that has become biblically illiterate.

    In Britain, for instance, the All Saints Church in Kingston upon Thames recently held a joint birthday celebration for Jesus and Mohammed. The “Milad, Advent and Christmas Celebration” on December 3 was aimed at “marking the birthday of Prophet Mohammed and looking forward to the birthday of Jesus.” The hour-long service included time for Islamic prayer and was followed by the cutting of a birthday cake.

    The prominent Christian blog “Archbishop Cranmer” rebuked the church for its lack of discernment:

  4. The West’s Steadfast Misunderstanding of Turkey and Islam

    by Uzay Bulut
    December 24, 2017 at 4:30 am

    Since the Trump administration’s official recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been ramping up his anti-Israel rhetoric, calling the country “a state of occupation and terrorism.”

    This is worse than ironic. The Jews are not “occupiers” in their ancient native homeland, where they have lived for more than 3,000 years. Turks, on the other hand, 3,000 years ago were most likely in Central Asia, nowhere near the area that is now Turkey. To add hypocrisy to injury, Erdogan also said about his own country, “Let it be known that there has never been any holocaust or genocide in this nation’s past. There’s no campaign of ethnic cleansing, massacres, persecution, or torture in this nation’s history.”

    Oh really?

    The cities in today’s Turkey — most of which are in Anatolia (Asia Minor) and the Armenian highlands — were actually built by Greeks, Armenians, and Assyrians; and Jews have lived there since antiquity. Turkic jihadists from Central Asia invaded and conquered the Christian Byzantine Empire in the eleventh century, thereby paving the way for the gradual Turkification and Islamization of Anatolia and Armenia. The Ottoman invasion of Constantinople (Istanbul) in the fifteenth century brought about the complete destruction of the Byzantine Empire.

    Throughout those years, many Greeks, Armenians, and Assyrians in the region converted to Islam to escape death, exile, or the exorbitant “protection” tax, the jizya, imposed on non-Muslims. As a result, only around 0.3% of Turkey’s population remains Christian or Jewish at this time.

    According to Dr. Bill Warner, director of the Center for the Study of Political Islam:

  5. Corruption: Mideast’s Political Gangrene

    by Amir Taheri
    December 24, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Following the strict measures taken recently by the Saudi government against dozens of prominent figures, the issue of corruption has moved to the center of public attention in several other regional countries notably Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.

    To be sure, corruption has always been a major cause of concern in those nations, in fact, throughout the Middle East. Usually, however, people talk sotto voce of corruption in high places, treating it as “one of those things”, something like drought or a locust attack about which nothing could be done. What the Saudi move has shown in a dramatic way is that given the will, there is always a way to confront corruption.

    In Afghanistan where billions of dollars in foreign aid seem to have evaporated, leaving behind a shadow fainter than the smile of the Cheshire Cat, the government has at long last accepted that corruption does exist. A committee led by Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah (Zamariani) is supposed to delve into the matter and tell the world how bad the situation is. This may lead nowhere. However, the fact that the government admits there is corruption, in itself, is welcome.

    Iraq’s Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi has also declared “war on corruption” as the second phase in his “war on terror”. Again, all one can do is to wait and see what all that means.

    The situation in Iran is quite different. There, people even in official organs of government publicly admit that corruption is all-pervasive but so far at least, offer no way of dealing with it.

    • This corruption spreads to all other nations that try and work with the Middle Eastern Dictators. We are witnessing this corruption become public knowledge in the US and hopefully it will soon become public knowledge overseas.

  6. Massive Fraud In Net Neutrality Process To Be Investigated?

    If one was expecting to have a reasoned, adult debate over “Net Neutrality” in the lead-up to the Federal Communications Commission’s vote last week to roll-back the Obama-era regulations, they were surely disappointed. Rather than a logical look at the current state of how the internet works today (much of the anti-FCC rhetoric was not based in such a reality), or even a practical discussion about how the internet has evolved freely and robustly absent of such regulations, most of the “discussion” was a digital shouting match of partisan and anti-capitalism rhetoric. That, and a massive amount of fraud.

    As I wrote earlier this month, hundreds of thousands of comments were submitted to the FCC in spikes during the public comment period about its proposal to eliminate the 2015 “Open Internet Order”; and, upon further investigation, were found to have been written not by humans, but by artificial intelligence programs using “natural language generators.” reports that “over a third of the nearly 22 million comments that poured into the [FCC] . . . included one of seven identical messages,” and “more than half were associated with duplicate or temporary emails.” Additionally, the New York Attorney General is also investigating reports that as many as two-million fraudulent submissions used the names and addresses of real people, both living and dead, from multiple states in a scheme to sway the FCC’s vote.

  7. Terror Designation for Two Muslim Brotherhood Groups

    We’re launching a petition to tell President Donald Trump there’s no place for the Muslim Brotherhood and enforced sharia in the United States. Please sign the petition.

    The United Kingdom just designated two Muslim Brotherhood groups as terror organizations. British Ambassador to Cairo Johan Casson said December 22 that Hasm and Liwa Al-Thawra are now proscribed terrorist organizations. Hasm is the Egypt-based, armed wing of the Brotherhood.

    While most Muslim Brotherhood terror is carried out in Egypt and by Hamas based in the Gaza Strip, the Brotherhood has Washington, D.C. firmly in its political cross-hairs. There’s also a growing feeling among analysts that elements within the Brotherhood are pushing a more violent global agenda.

  8. Marine Leaders Highlight Norway Unit’s Role as Deterrent to Russia

    VAERNES GARRISON, Norway — The stated goals of the Marine Corps’ newest rotational force in Norway are to enhance partnerships with European allies and improve the service’s ability to fight in cold weather.

    But on a brief visit to the 300-member unit ahead of Christmas, the commandant and the sergeant major of the Marine Corps both described the strategic role the small unit fills — and the fact that a peacetime mission can be preface to combat if circumstances change.

  9. One of the heads of the Stockholm gay pride parade has been fired after other members of the organisation found out he had been found guilty of raping a 13-year-old boy in 2011.
    The man, who later became one of the heads of Stockholm Pride, was previously a local Stockholm politician, and engaged in a sexual relationship with the 13-year-old boy after promising him a career on television in the United States. He is said to have given the boy several expensive gifts.

  10. A man in his 20s has been raped in Canterbury city centre.

    Kent Police said the man was walking alone on Friday night when two other men grabbed him by the arms and pulled him into a park.

    Officers want to speak to another person who was seen to help the victim and take him back to an address in the North Holmes Road area.

    Police said the attack happened in the park area between Old Ruttington Lane and Falala Way at about 21:30 GMT.

    The attackers were only described as black, but police have appealed to anyone who knows their identity to contact them.

  11. An investigative journalist, who went undercover to infiltrate violent leftist groups such as Antifa, has been found dead shortly after he vowed to expose billionaire globalist, George Soros.33-year-old Bechir Rabani was a hugely popular Swedish independent reporter, well known for his daring exposés.He was found dead at his home on Friday night in “suspicious circumstances” according to Police.He was working on an investigation into radical leftist mainstream journalist Robert Aschberg and his connection to George Soros funded extremist organizations when he was killed.Shortly before he died, Rabani had revealed he was about to lift the lid on mass corruption that linked Soros and Aschberg.

  12. 350 Arrests in Pedo Ring after Cincinnati FBI’s ‘Operation Pacifier’ ends Dark Web Child Porn Site
    The Cincinnati FBI has announced that they’ve nabbed one of the ringleaders in a dark web child porn site, who’s apparently assisted in a worldwide child porn ring amongst pedophiles, as part of “Operation Pacifier”.

    49-year-old Robert Phelps, of Shelby County, was one of three defendants in Southern Ohio on trial involving the takedown of a major child porn distribution dark website, according to Benjamin C. Glassman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio.

    The FBI released a statement through the Justice Department a few days ago, in which they described some of the case involving Phelps; who in my expert opinion has become an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation against the rest of the site Admins.

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