Reader’s Links, July 25, 2018

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190 Replies to “Reader’s Links, July 25, 2018”

    • An elderly man is pushed to the ground by a young man who is still acting aggressive is shot. The man in the video isn’t taking the shooters age in consideration. In my opinion he is trying to chisel away at the stand your ground law by ignoring a lot of the facts. You know like the left always do.

      When I read the article about the shooting they described the shooter as being in his 70s.

  1. A group of young, black conservatives on their way to a Make America Great Again “meet-up” at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC were refused service by an Uber driver because of their political affiliation and support President Donald Trump.

    “To me, what happened took me back to the 60’s when black Americans were told they couldn’t sit in the front of the bus, they had to sit at the back of the bus, or eat at the same restaurant, or go to the same school or would be hosed in certain neighbors,” Matthew Handy told CBN News. “So now we are going to discrimination not based on race but on political standing. We are gonna see people not welcome in places because they are conservative or liberal. So, that is more disturbing to me than any other aspect of this.”

    Handy, who’s participating in the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives internship program, was one of the students kicked out of the car by the Uber driver.

    • Toronto shooter’s gun was illegal, originally from U.S.: source

      Oh, joy. Now we’ll have all the Canuks howling for American gun control laws.

  2. Liberal Rep. Maxine Waters Wednesday urged Americans to take to the streets and scream for an end to President Trump’s term, endorsed impeachment and vowed that the White House won’t intimidate her.

    Talking on CNBC, she said, “I think he’s dangerous,” and added, “I don’t know why people take it. I think Americans should be out in the streets screaming to the top of their voice. Do something. Make something happen.”

    The California Democrat was interviewed by host John Harwood during a CNBC event and poked at Trump, who regularly pokes at her, and she suggested that racism was involved. She also claimed that the president was employing tactics against his critics suggested by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    “A lot of people call it racism,” she said. “A lot of people call it– tactics that he has employed that he’s gotten from– the Kremlin, and– Putin, and the way that they handle things.”

  3. An 18-year-old employee was stabbed to death while working in a Coop supermarket in Vadsø, Norway’s VG reports.

    The Norwegian teen, called Håvard Pedersen, was murdered by an 17-year-old Afghan migrant. Although co-workers were on-site, they did not see what happened in those seconds – except that a boy ran out of business with a “knife-like object”.

    The police and emergency services hurried to the Coop Extra Store in Vadsø. There they found the murdered Havard Pedersen. The murder weapon has not been found yet.

    After a four-hour chase, the young Afghan was arrested. He is denying the crime, however, police obtained camera footage of the horrible crime. The motive is still unclear but the police no longer rule out that the murder was planned.

  4. The UK. How enriched …
    The father of a boy who was the victim of a suspected acid attack is among five men who have appeared in court.
    The three-year-old suffered serious burns at the Home Bargains store in Worcester on Saturday.
    A 39-year-old from Wolverhampton and four others appeared at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.
    They will next appear at Worcester Crown Court on 28 August.
    The other men charged are Norbert Pulko, 22, from London, Jan Dudi, 25, and Adam Cech, 27, from Birmingham, and Jabar Paktia, 41, from Wolverhampton.
    The father cannot be named for legal reasons.

  5. YouTube removes videos from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: Infowars website (reuters, Jul 26, 2018)

    “YT has removed four videos by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, his website Infowars said on Wednesday, after the radio host used his YouTube channel to denounce Muslim immigrants to Europe and the creators of a transgender cartoon”

  6. Tourists and locals help rescue migrants on Italian beach (thelocal, Jul 25, 2018)

    “Holidaymakers and Italian locals were the first on the scene this morning helping refugees whose ship ran aground in the Crotone area of Calabria.

    At around 7.30am swimmers who had arrived early for a day at the beach saw the ship, which had 56 Syrian and Iraqi Kurd refugees on board, sailing with obvious difficulty towards the bay at Isola Capo Rizzuto, between Capopiccolo and Sovereto.

    When the ship became stranded a few metres from shore, holidaymakers and locals quickly came to the rescue using their own boats, La Reppublica reports, while others helped the refugees as they arrived on the beach exhausted and dehydrated.

    Eleven children, 6 women and 39 men were taken to the beach, where holidaymakers from two nearby resorts and other beachgoers rushed to give them water, fruit juice and picnic food from their cool bags.

    Meanwhile, the Italian coastguard was alerted and arrived at the scene along with police and the Italian Red Cross.

    The arrival of migrants on board barely-seaworthy vessels is nothing new in the Crotone area, but it’s believed to be the first time such a ship has escaped the attention of radars and coastguard patrols.

    This part of the Calabrian coastline has historically been a landing point for merchant ships and boats arriving from the east of the Mediterranean.

    Crotone News writes that 17 years ago, in a near-identical incident, local beachgoers were the first to help 50 Kurdish refugees who arrived by sailboat at another nearby beach between Isola Capo Rizzuto and Cutro.”

    • So now that they can not dock,the new scam is to run your ship aground,forcing the snowflakes to take them in.round them up and ship them back to where they came from.

  7. Revealed: Afghan mother of acid attack boy, 3, ‘was tracked down by her violent asylum seeker husband after she appeared in newspaper without her veil’ as police continue to quiz him (dailymail, Jul 25, 2018)

    “The father of the three-year-old boy doused in acid while shopping with his mother has been arrested and is being questioned over the attack.

    The 39-year-old suspect, an Afghan asylum seeker who has not been named, was the first suspect detectives held after the boy was targeted while sitting in a pushchair during a shopping trip to Home Bargains with his mother.

    Three other younger men are also being grilled in connection with Saturday afternoon’s horrific attack in Worcester after they were arrested 130 miles away in Walthamstow.

    They are reportedly eastern Europeans from the Romani community and accomplished bare-knuckle fighters, their east London neighbours said.

    Today a fifth man, 41, from Wolverhampton, was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.

    It is now thought the target might have been the boy’s mother.

    The couple had initially settled in Wolverhampton after fleeing war-torn Afghanistan 11 years ago.

    Last year she left her husband, a taxi driver, and moved to a house in Worcester with their three children, now aged ten, eight and three, to start a new life.

    A neighbour recalled shouting matches between the couple, while another said when the woman left her husband broke down in tears claiming she would not let him see their children.

    It is believed the thugs who carried out the acid attack on the boy had been monitoring the family after tracking them down to their new semi-detached home.

    Detectives have been questioning residents about sightings of suspicious people and vehicles in the area…”

  8. Russian Military Thanks Israel for Striking Daesh Positions in Syria (sputniknews, Jul 26, 2018)

    “The Russian Defense Ministry said that an Israeli counterattack on Wednesday on Daesh positions in Syria killed terrorists and destroyed rocket launchers.

    The Russian ministry said that a strike on Israeli territory on Wednesday was made from Daesh positions and that the response from Israel had hit terrorists’ missile launchers in Quneitra.

    The ministry also expressed gratitude to the Israeli Defense Forces for the counterattack.
    “Russian armed forces’ command in Syria used the existing communication channels to thank the IDF leadership for killing terrorists and stopping a massive provocation,” the ministry said in a statement.”

  9. CAIRO (Reuters) – Islamic state has claimed responsibility for a shooting in Toronto on Sunday that killed two people and wounded 13, the group’s AMAQ news agency said on Wednesday.
    The attacker “was a soldier of the Islamic State and carried out the attack in response to calls to target the citizens of the coalition countries,” a statement by the group said.

    The group did not provide further detail or evidence for its claim.

    • CBC – “No evidence” Toronto Danforth shooter Faisal Hussain connected to ISIS, Toronto police say

      Toronto police say they have “no evidence” that Faisal Hussain’s shooting rampage on the Danforth was connected to ISIS after the group used an online post Wednesday to claim responsibility for Sunday’s attack.

      Rukmini Callimachi, who has covered ISIS extensively for the New York Times, weighs in on the reliability of the terror group’s claims of responsibility.

  10. Republicans introduce articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein

    Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) on why he and 10 other Republicans have introduced articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

    • A Muslim threatens to cut off a head in Worcester

      Aggresive Muslims attacked police and EDL protesters. One of them threatens to cut off a head.

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