Australia, US security failures at home, abroad, and online: Links 1 on August 22, 2021

1. Australia unleashes a new fury on the freedom minded never before seen on that continent.

Personal testimony by an Australian:

Remember that these same police forces kneeled down on the ground before Marxist BLM rallies during one of the first lockdowns. That must be entered into any equation one does about the rationale for these police actions against peaceful protestors. Peaceful for sure until they meet unnecessary police there to mess up their “illegal” protest against the overreaching state.

2. The question that must never be asked: “How can it possibly get worse?”


THE TALIBAN HAVE seized U.S. military biometrics devices that could aid in the identification of Afghans who assisted coalition forces, current and former military officials have told The Intercept.

The devices, known as HIIDE, for Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment, were seized last week during the Taliban’s offensive, according to a Joint Special Operations Command official and three former U.S. military personnel, all of whom worried that sensitive data they contain could be used by the Taliban. HIIDE devices contain identifying biometric data such as iris scans and fingerprints, as well as biographical information, and are used to access large centralized databases. It’s unclear how much of the U.S. military’s biometric database on the Afghan population has been compromised.

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3 Replies to “Australia, US security failures at home, abroad, and online: Links 1 on August 22, 2021”

  1. 4. I’ve Worked with Refugees for Decades. Europe’s Afghan Crime Wave Is Mind-Boggling.

    When the PEW polling company asks people if they think it’s OK to kill people in order to further the cause of Islam all but one country gives a split response to the question. In other words, many say they are against terrorism even if they are Muslim. Pakistan is bad at 50/50. Bangladesh is bad. Basically Trump’s “Muslim ban” countries. They’re all pretty bad but there is one that stands alone with no split whatsoever and a full 100% of the population supporting Islamic terrorism. Afghanistan!

    That means that when the planes were flying into the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon every single person in A-Stan was punching the air and saying, “Yes!”

    You’d think, armed with that knowledge, that no sane country would as much as let an Afghan as much as visit their land let alone stay there. Every single one of them is a terrorist sympathizer, or worse… Afghanistan is the most religious country on Earth and Allah does not take kindly to disobedience…

    • Yes, it’s a shithole. It’s not just the religion, also the mentality of different ethnic group, especially the pashtuni. They walk around like they’re kings, extremely arrogant chauvinistic. Xenophobia is off the charts.
      Then there’s the illiteracy, the street children, the drug abuse and alcoholism, the violence and the rape, the honor killings. One of the worst places in the world.

      As for the article, it’s certainly worth reading, I should point out it’s from 2017 though.
      Regarding the problems with afghans in Austria, I haven’t read about that in a while. Maybe (english-language) journalists are ignoring them, at least until the next US elections and the migration issue becomes relevant again.

  2. 2 – In 1967 Russia moved more tanks into Czechoslovakia then NATO had world wide, we went on war alert and got ready for when the bug out orders came. The first part of that plan was we didn’t move an inch until all of the equipment was smashed, we were expecting nukes to start going off 20 to 30 minutes after we got the order but we were going to smash the equipment on the off chance United States Army Europe Headquarters weren’t nuked. Now they are leaving sensitive equipment intact for the enemy to grab as well as the addresses and phone numbers of everyone who helped us. This isn’t incompetence it is corruption and treason and must be treated as such.

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