1. Report: Facebook and Twitter consult with terror-tied CAIR over who gets banned from platforms.
(Now THIS may explain a whole hell of a lot)
The Hamas-tied Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), which is best known as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing case in U.S. history, appears to have access to high-ranking Facebook and Twitter executives and has communicated with these individuals about who should be allowed to stay on their platforms, according to a Wall Street Journal report published Tuesday.
The Wall Street Journal reports that CAIR officials “complained to Twitter” about activist Laura Loomer, citing a tweet in which she called the anti-Semitic Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., an anti-Semite and an apologist for Sharia law. Loomer was later permanently banned from Twitter.
Zahra Billoo, the executive director of CAIR’s San Francisco chapter, was quoted in the Journal piece as an individual who appears to have special access to both Twitter and Facebook.
2. WSJ: Gun Ownership on Rise in Europe After Terror Attacks, Sexual Assaults
Personal weapons ownership is on the rise in Europe in response to mass sexual assaults and radical Islamic terror attacks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
While the Geneva-based Small Arms Survey found that a rise in personal firearms ownership on the continent represents only 10 per cent of the 32 percent global rise in the decade to 2017, the WSJremarks that “Europe’s shift has been rapid”.
The Times of London notes that Finland, Austria, Norway, Germany, and France are now in the top 25 nations in the world for civilian gun ownership, with France having 12.7 million weapons — more than Iraq and Afghanistan combined.
3. Central American Countries Are Helping Middle Easterners Illegally Enter The United States
In December 2018, the Center for Immigration Studies dispatched Senior National Security Fellow Todd Bensman to Panama and Costa Rica to investigate President Donald Trump’s widely ridiculed assertions that suspected terrorists had been apprehended among Middle East migrants through Latin America. Panama is a geographic chokepoint, or bottleneck, through which migrants from countries of the Middle East, who are moving out of South America, must push on their way to the U.S. border.
The following article is based on Bensman’s on-the-ground research over two weeks. His video reports, photos, and writings from the trip can be found here.
4. National Spokesman for the AfD on the attack last night:
5. Mother Kicked Out of British Pub for ‘Transphobic’ T-Shirt
A British mother was kicked out of her local pub after a complaint that her T-shirt emblazoned with the dictionary definition of ‘woman’ was offensive to transgender people.
Rebekah Wershbale was “stunned” when, on a visit to the Five Clouds Tap and Bottle in Macclesfield last week, staff informed her she was barred from the pub as a result of her T-shirt slogan, which read, “Woman – noun – adult human female”.
“[A barmaid] told me that the T-shirt I was wearing was upsetting people because it was transphobic and not inclusive so I was barred,” the 34-year-old told the Daily Mail.
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Here’s a sixth, if I may be so bold:
This is a paper put out by the World Bank. Read it carefully. It is more the voice of a World Government. The UN narrative of first world economies paying for third world fiscal, social and ethical insoucience, embroidered by socialist sentiments and economics, is echoed by this voice from above.
2 – With legal gun ownership raising that fast and that high how high is illegal gun ownership?
3 – I think this rates a real big well duh.the communists and the Islamist’s have been busy in South and Central America, they want everyone to hate the US.
4 – The way the left wing political parties are ignoring the attack says volumes about what their real thoughts on the matter are. If you dig deep enough I am sure you will find some of the rich backers of the left wing parties are backing antifa and the other radical groups. You will also find that the high ranking leaders of those parties are in constant contact with the leaders of the radicals.
2 – I assume it’s a rhetorical question, still you might find this interesting:
Prices cited in this article seem high to me. I’ve read you can get a converted (Italian) gas gun from a random junkie for about 100 EU. Won’t last long, but useful as throwaway gun for close-up assassinations.
Re-activated rifles originate in Slovakia. They cost around 1000 EU in Brussels. Proper rifles, SMGs etc originate in Croatia.
Starr guns are popular among west-european criminals, it seems they’re spanish police surplus.
Arms traffikcing is low priority for european police, they often have other things to do unfortunately. After the Brussels ’14 attack on a jewish museum, spanish police launched a campaign. They raided this scary weapons cache:
Re: the AFD victim. This type of violence is only seen on the left and, it must make several parties on the left recoil.
Have we gone too far vilifying those to which we disagree or, more importantly, those to which we might very likely lose power???
I guess the failed bombing of a party headquarters didn’t spark the German media. Someone having their head bashed in also didn’t do it.
The prices do seem high, at least for the US in unregistered firearms.