Contributor’s links post for April 11, 2019

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Each day at just after midnight Eastern, a post like this one is created for contributors and readers of this site to upload news links and video links on the issues that concern this site. Most notably, Islam and its effects on Classical Civilization, and various forms of leftism from Soviet era communism, to postmodernism and all the flavours of galloping statism and totalitarianism such as Nazism and Fascism which are increasingly snuffing out the classical liberalism which created our near, miraculous civilization the West has been building since the time of Socrates.

This document was written around the time this site was created, for those who wish to understand what this site is about. And while our understanding of the world and events has grown since then, the basic ideas remain sound and true to the purpose.

So please post all links, thoughts and ideas that you feel will benefit the readers of this site to the comments under this post each day. And thank you all for your contributions.

This is the new Samizdat. We muse use it while we can.

About Eeyore

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

126 Replies to “Contributor’s links post for April 11, 2019”

  1. AP- Transgender troops brace for Trump’s military ban

    ……more than 14 000 troops who identify as transgender

    Many transgender troops are racing to deal with the Trump administration’s new policy that takes effect Friday which will largely bar military personnel from transitioning to another sex and require most to serve in their birth gender.

  2. Sohn sollte nicht mit Moschee-Besuch verweigert: Jetzt müssen die Eltern zahlen

    Schleswig/Rendsburg –

    Zwei Eltern aus Rendsburg haben ihren Sohn nicht zur Schule geschickt, um seine Teilnahme an einem Moscheebesuch zu verhindern. Jetzt muss das Ehepaar zahlen: Das Oberlandesgericht (OLG) in Schleswig setzte ein Bußgeld in Höhe von 50 Euro fest – und ließ Beschwerde gegen das Urteil nicht zu.

    Im Juli 2018 hatte das Amtsgericht entschieden, dass die Eltern des Schülers das Bußgeld zahlen müssen, weil sie ihrem Sohn im Juni 2016 den Besuch der Rendsburger Moschee im Rahmen des Schulunterrichts untersagten.

    Die Rechtsbeschwerde der Eltern hat der I. Bußgeldsenat des Schleswig-Holsteinischen Oberlandesgerichts nun verworfen. Das Amtsgericht habe die Verhängung des Bußgeldes bereits darauf gestützt, dass die Eltern nicht nur die Teilnahme ihres Sohnes am Moscheebesuch in der fünften und sechsten Schulstunde verhinderten, sondern auch den Schulbesuch in den Stunden davor.

    Bereits die Verhinderung des Schulbesuchs in den ersten vier Unterrichtsstunden rechtfertigt nach Ansicht des Senats jedoch die Verurteilung zu den moderaten Geldbußen in Höhe von jeweils 25 Euro. Die weiteren rechtlichen Würdigungen des Amtsgerichts zur Verhinderung des Moscheebesuchs seien nur hypothetischer Natur und hätten keine tragende Bedeutung für die Verhängung des Bußgeldes.–jetzt-muessen-die-eltern-zahlen-32352434
    NOV 2016

  3. Former Obama White House counsel indicted for lying to DOJ

    Andy McCarthy weighs in on former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig’s indictment for making false statements to the Department of Justice.

  4. Italy: One in Five Arrests Are Foreigners Despite Being 8.7 Percent of Population (breitbart, Apr 11, 2019)

    “Statistics from Italian police have shown that around one-fifth of the total arrests made last year in the country were of foreigners.

    The report claims that 5,173 people were arrested by the country’s police force last year and that of those, 990 were foreign-born nationals, Italian newspaper Il Giornale reports.

    The police added that Albanians and Nigerians were the largest groups of foreigners represented in the statistics followed by Moroccans, Romanians, and Tunisians.

    The number of arrests — around one in five — is in stark contrast to the total foreign population of Italy which sits at just 8.7 percent or less than one in ten, according to Italian official demographic statistics.

    Italy has developed major problems with Nigerian mafia gangs in recent years with a bust in February showing one mafia group to have used voodoo rituals and threats of violence to keep trafficked prostitutes obeying their orders.

    The group was shown to be part of a much larger network in Nigeria and Libya which would coordinate the trafficking of women into Italy illegally so that they could be forced to work the streets as prostitutes.

    Italian criminologist Alessandro Meluzzi also highlighted the brutality of the Nigerian mafia last year after it was revealed that the prime suspect in the murder and dismemberment of Italian teen Pamela Mastropietro had been a Nigerian drug dealer.

    “What we have seen in the case of Pamela are the same methods the Nigerian mafia systematically employs in Nigeria and elsewhere. It is a routine to cut victims into pieces and, in some cases, to eat parts of their bodies, ” Meluzzi said.

    While the number of arrests of foreigners stood at one-fifth of the national total, the number of crimes thought to be committed by foreigners in Italy is much higher according to a 2018 report which claimed as many as one in three crimes is committed by a foreigner.”

  5. TR.NEWS Reporter Avi Yemini has been detained at LAX airport by the US authorities.

    He has been held for over 6 hours and questioned by the FBI, and is now facing deportation.

    Avi has committed no crime, however if being an Australian Arab Jewish journalist trying to expose fake news is now a felony then he is fully guilty.

    Avi had been embarking on a trip to the states to follow up his huge exposing of Media personality Jim Jefferies.

  6. Emotions run high as Holy Staircase reopened in Rome

    Emotional pilgrims climb the Scala Santa or Holy Staircase on their knees, for the first time since 1723 when the steps were covered in wooden planks to preserve them.

    The marble staircase of 28 steps is believed in the Roman Catholic tradition to have been the staircase Jesus Christ walked before his judgement before the Roman prefect Pontius Pilate.

    The steps are open to pilgrims for a short time only, and in two months will once again be covered in wood to protect the soft marble.

  7. Top Obama Official Arrested in Mueller Probe

    The former Obama White House counsel has been charged from information discovered in the Mueller probe. Breitbart reports:

    Former Obama White House counsel Gregory Craig was indicted Thursday on false statement charges stemming from a foreign lobbying investigation into his work on behalf of Ukraine.

    Prosecutors say the 74-year-old Craig hide “material facts” and lied to U.S. officials. Craig, a high-profile attorney, served as President Bill Clinton’s defense counsel and as counsel in then-President Barack Obama’s White House. The development comes after lawyers for the former White House counsel said Wednesday they expected him to face federal charges in coming days linked to jailed lobbyist Paul Manafort, the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post reported.

  8. BREAKING: Obama White House Legal Counsel Indicted For False Statements and Concealing Information

    ormer Obama White House Counsel Greg Craig was indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday on charges stemming from Meuller’s probe related to work he did for Ukraine in 2012.

    Craig, 74, served as legal counsel for Obama from 2009 to 2010 and worked as senior legal counsel to Bill Clinton during his impeachment.,%202019%20at%2003:06:07%20PM

    • Work for a Ukraiine company in 2012, wasn’t that about the time Biden’s son was given a high paying job as a board member for a Ukrainian company?

      Was Boiden’s son and Podesta involved?

  9. Morocco Arrests Terror Cell Led by Former Fighter in Syria (aawsat, Apr 11, 2019)

    “Moroccan security forces have arrested a four-member terrorist cell in the country’s northeastern city of Taza, local media reported on Wednesday, citing the Interior Ministry.

    “According to preliminary information, the leader of the terrorist cell, who invited and recruited other members of the network, was trying to use combat experience he gained in Iraq and Syria to plot and carry out terrorist attacks against vital institutions,” the Ministry said in its statement.

    The suspects – whose ages range between between 33 and 38 – were remanded in custody as part of the investigation conducted under the supervision of the competent prosecutor.

    The Moroccan authorities didn’t determine to which group – ISIS, al-Nusra Front or others – the former militant belonged…”

  10. Egyptian Security Forces Kill 11 Militants in Sinai (aawsat, Apr 11, 2019)

    “Egyptian police forces have killed 11 militants in the northern Sinai Peninsula, after several attacks in the last two days have left eight policemen and three civilians dead in the restive area.

    An Interior Ministry statement Thursday said security forces exchanged fire with the militants, but no casualties were reported among the police as they stormed the insurgent hideout in the Mediterranean coastal city of el-Arish.

    The ministry said it found weapons, two explosive devices and two explosive belts.

    On Wednesday, Egyptian security officials said two separate explosive attacks overnight killed four policemen, a day after an ISIS suicide bomber killed four policemen and three civilians.

    Egypt has for years battled militants in Sinai.”

  11. Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx frees killer of 16-year-old
    ABC News April 11, 2019

    [Ed. – I a pattern beginning to emerge?]


    Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx lets Derrion Albert killer off the hook

    CHICAGO (WLS) — The family of 16-year-old Derrion Albert wants to know why one of the men convicted in his murder is now free. The 16-year-old Fenger High School honors student was on the way home from school when he was caught in the middle of a gang fight and killed in 2009.

    The I-Team has been looking into the Cook County State’s Attorney decisions in the wake of the Jussie Smollett case and uncovered that the Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx decided not to pursue a stiff prison sentence for one of the attackers shortly after she took office.

    Cook County prosecutors charged four teens involved in the gang melee that led to Albert’s death as adults. Three were convicted of murder at trial. One pleaded guilty. All are serving prison sentences.

    But one teen – known then as “D.J.” – was 14 at the time. Prosecutors say he punched Albert and knocked him down, saying that he signed “his death certificate.”

    Prosecutors decided to charge him as a juvenile in a special kind of case called an Extended Jurisdiction Juvenile prosecution or EJJ.

  12. Muslim Migrants Bomb Minister Matteo Salvini’s Party Office

    It’s warfare. Why import an invading force? Wait until they get organized…. you ain’t seen nothing yet.

    Migrants Investigated Over Bombing of Populist Salvini Party Office
    A pair of Moroccan migrants in Italy are under investigation in connection with the bombing of an office of populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s League party.

    By Breitbart, April 10, 2018:

    • Make this video go viral. Our friends in the nations that have removed the people’s right to keep and bear arms know that what the man says is true. Last Century they allowed the government to disarm them and this Century the government is removing the rest of their rights. If freedom is to survive in the world the people of the US must use the Second Amendment the way it was meant to be used, to protect the rest of our rights.

      An armed population is a free population, as disarmed population are slaves waiting for the chains to be slapped on.

    • This video is well worth the time to listen to it, especially after they get through reminiscing about their trip to New Zealand. Once the guest from Chile starts telling about what is happening down south with China moving into the Southern Nations it gets real interesting.

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