1. Military opens fire to quell protests in Burma
More: Former Burmese leader brought to court:
(If only the Islamic world would use even half of their creative efforts to making things better for themselves as they do for trying to kill and destroy all non-Islamic icons, symbols and systems, they would have a man on Mars by now)
A British man, Sahayb Abu, who is suspected of terrorism, has spoken up about a bizarre plan to target the royal family with poisoned ice cream from a local branch of Sainsbury’s, according to Sky News.
Abu reportedly discussed the “sweet” scheme with an undercover police officer, known as Rachid, during one of their meetings last year, after the two met in a jihadist chat group on Telegram. A recording of the conversation was played at the Old Bailey criminal court where Abu is being tried for alleged terrorist plans.
The transcript of the meeting, cited by the Independent, revealed that apart from other topics, Abu apparently lamented the life sentence handed to pro-Daesh* agitator Husnain Rashid in 2018 over a number of terror-related offences.
According to the Independent, Abu claimed that the man “got 28 years in prison” for planning an “attack on Prince George”.
3. Now isn’t this interesting. Just imagine how much we don’t know about the Reichstag Fire that was the January 6 event in DC.
CNN and NBC paid BLM operative John Sullivan $35,000 each for his footage of the rioting inside the Capitol, including the death of the woman who was shot. @kylenabecker has the receipts. https://t.co/FRLnON6A6D
— J Michael Waller (@JMichaelWaller) February 17, 2021
4. Muslims demonstrate in France against new legislation that forces Islamic practice to be limited by French Law.
It appears that the ‘We the People’ petition system has been taken off the White House website. Here is an archive of what it looked like before Biden took office.
The system has been around for many years. At any given time, hundreds of petitions were active. If you get 100,000 signatures, the White House is supposed to give an answer. You may remember that there was an active “Free Assange” petition that the Obama Administration was obligated to answer (and gave a bad answer).
When Trump took office, he briefly discontinued it but put it back up after a media uproar.
Now it appears the Biden White House has removed it. The website used to be here:
This URL, as well as URLs for all currently-active petitions, just forward to the White House front page. I explored the website and could not find any mention of it. The link used to appear in both the “Contact” and “Get Involved” links, but it is gone from both.
I have seen nothing about this in the media. When I Google “White House Petition System Down” and other similar searches, I only get 4-year-old articles about the time that Trump temporarily disabled it.
Thank you Cassandra, Michelle, M., ML., Wrath of Khan, Richard, Johnny U., Sassy, PC., EB. and everyone who has tried to help preserve the essence of reason and Greek thought, inside this site and anywhere at all.
You know you where good because of the amount of irrational and childish hatred that was constantly streamed your way.