Front upper deck double-decker view en-route from Hong Kong International Airport into urban Kowloon via Hong Kong’s Tsing Ma bridge-and-tunnel road network into urban Kowloon.
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Swedes are a minority in Islamized Malmö and the city has had 36 bombs this year alone. Recently, a police station was attacked in a Muslim dominated area. Youths set fire to patrol cars and blocked the exits of the building so that police officers could not escape. In another attack, a police patrol was ambushed with lethal molotov cocktails and had to flee, and another local police station was damaged in an attack. A recent bombing of the Malmo court could be heard “2-3 kilometers” away.
Translated from Fria Tider:
Police in Malmö are worried about bomb attacks against the old police station in the city, one of Malmö’s two police headquarters, after the last days’ car bombs.
Therefore, the authority has blocked off a side street to the police station…
‘- After the recent explosions against law enforcement, we have taken the decision have Verkstadsgatan (street) cordoned off between Regementsgatan (street) and Storgatan (street) in Malmo’.
A campaign to name and shame Halal-certified companies is gaining momentum in Australia and has already forced one company to ditch its certification and a lucrative contract with it.
20th November, 2014.
Jihad, in its many guises and forms, is being waged across America. No aspect of our society has been untouched by this relentless attack. Including our schools.
Our education system has been infiltrated by the enemy, as the next generation of Americans is brainwashed with white-washed Islam.
The assault is coming from all directions and it never sleeps.
Muslim Brotherhood front groups have been, and continue to be, integrally involved in the development of Common Core curriculum. They make sure a false picture of Islam is integrated into lessons, from K – 12. Our children are exposed to all manner of “educational” activities that amount to Islamic propaganda, which is now endemic in the school system.
In addition to Muslim Brotherhood front groups, Saudi Arabia exerts outside influence on school curricula. The Saudis spread a lot of money around, giving it to organizations that promote Islam throughout our institutions. Schools receive a hefty sum of brand name sickness called Wahhabism. As Stanley Kurtz wrote in NRO several years ago: “…the Saudis have figured out how to make an end-run around America’s K-12 curriculum safeguards, thereby gaining control over much of what children in the United States learn about the Middle East.” (To learn more about how the Saudi’s achieved this, see here and here.)
Then there are garden variety Muslims bent on advancing Sharia law in our schools who also wield enormous power. Take, for instance, Fethullah Gulen. Gulen is a Muslim committed to the advancement of the Islamic state. He has called for the destruction of the United States and all infidels. And he has set up a network of publically-funded charter schools.
Factor in political leadership that is clueless (at best) or willfully collaborating with the enemy (at worst) along with an electorate that has been marinating in politically-correct-multicultural-moral-equivalence “thinking,” and you’ve got a powerful force mangling the minds of our youth.
Jeffrey Mohammed Labelle, a 21-year-old Muslim convert, has been arraigned on terrorism-related charges after threatening to attack four police Montreal police precincts.
Nouakchott – A Muslim man in Mauritania was sentenced to death for apostasy on Wednesday after a court ruled that he had written something blasphemous, a judicial source told AFP.
Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed, who is around 30 years old, fainted when the ruling was read out late on Wednesday in a court in Nouadhibou in the northwest of the country, the source said on condition of anonymity.
He was revived and taken to prison, the source added.
Mohamed has been detained since 2 January and pleaded not guilty to the charge when proceedings opened on Tuesday.
Mauritania has the death penalty but has not executed anyone since 1987, according to human rights organisation Amnesty International.
During the hearing the judge told Mohamed that he was accused of apostasy “for speaking lightly of the Prophet Mohammed” in an article which was published briefly on Mauritanian websites. In it he challenged some of the prophet’s actions, the source told AFP.
Mohamed explained that it was “not his intention to harm the prophet”, the source added.
His lawyer asked for leniency as he said his client was repentant but the judge agreed to the prosecutor’s request for the death penalty.
Sharia, or Islamic, law is in effect in Mauritania but the enforcement of strict punishments — such as floggings — have been rare since the 1980s.
A description of some of the Gnostic Gospels that Orthodox Christianity doesn’t want you to know about. Some of these scenes have been seen in many other documentaries, but it is always good to refresh your memory and to help spread the word of Gnosticism to many other people so they too can grow in Gnosis/Enlightenment.
4. From LW2’s paper, widely available
5. From the Dropbox Files, also widely available
Why was ‘hate sheikh’ at large?” ran the Daily Telegraph headline after the recent Islamist outrage in Australia. That’s a reasonable question, given the Muslim hate sheikh’s record of endless troublemaking. No doubt the Sydney police and the court that granted him bail will also be asking the same question.
And what a track record this serial welfarist parasite and hate preacher had. At the time of the Sydney siege, Man Haron Monis, an Iranian refugee, was already facing charges of involvement in the murder of his wife. Yet he was free to walk the streets.
He had also been convicted of sending grossly offensive letters to the families of soldiers who had fought and died in Afghanistan.
But even that conviction didn’t take the self-styled imam off Australia’s streets. His punishment was 300 hours of “community service”. In other words, the his punishment was to “improve the lives” of the same Australian community he detested and would later terrorise.
Considering that he was also facing 40 counts of sexual assault and indecency, one wonders if he committed any of those sexual assaults as part of his “community service”.
Just what did the Australian authorities think they were up against in a man like Haron Monis? Would they have been so lenient with a non-Muslim? Did the police not ask why, given that this hate sheikh clearly despised Australian values and culture, he had not been deported?
After a siege that left two people murdered and a city brought to its knees, at the very least, most Aussies would now want to know why this character had not been banged up and then deported long ago.
But there are even deeper and much more important questions that Australians, and other Western societies need to ask: Why was this Iranian granted asylum in the first place?
Why were the security and welfare of the Australian people put at risk by granting asylum and freedom of movement to an Iranian refugee who clearly posed a security risk? And perhaps the most important question of all: do the rights of asylum seekers trump the security and welfare rights of the host community?
In the Western world today, the right to asylum appears to be based, not on democratic consent (opinion polls show the vast majority of Western people to be against uncontrolled immigration) but on universal legal principles interpreted by a non-elected liberal caste whose opinions are beyond the democratic voice.
After the Sydney siege and the Boston bombings and several intercepted British terrorist plots, that surely has to change. Where there is any risk to the host community, asylum must not be granted. Of course it’s true that the security services do not know if a refugee will become a terrorist or not. But the likelihood of Islamist terrorism is well known.
And, it needs to be remembered, all Western immigration authorities operate on the basis of generalisation. They have no choice. Countries whose citizens violate visa terms significantly more than others are treated differently from countries whose citizens do not.
While most Muslims do not commit acts of terrorism, the statistics on those who hold dangerous anti-Western radical beliefs would suggest caution in any matter to do with Muslim immigration to Western societies.
For example, on the first anniversary of the July 7th London Tube bombings, the Times of London commissioned a poll of British Muslims. Here are the findings:
* 16 percent say that while the Tube bombings may have been wrong, the cause was right.
* 13 percent think that the four men who carried out the bombings should be regarded as martyrs.
* 7 percent agree that suicide attacks on civilians in the UK can be justified in some circumstances, rising to 16 percent for a military target.
As the Canadian journalist Mark Steyn points out: “There are, officially, one million Muslims in London, half of them under twenty-five. If 7 percent think suicide attacks on civilians are justified, that’s 70,000 potential supporters in Britain’s capital city.” (Mark Steyn, AmericaAlone)
And there are other, even more disturbing statistics. A Sunday Telegraph report in 2006 found that 20 percent of British Muslims supported the 7/7 bombers, while 40 percent supported sharia law in the UK. Also, 45 percent of British Muslims believe that 9/11 was an American/ Israeli conspiracy.
For any statistician studying the relevant population group, those statistics would be considered highly significant, particularly after 9/11, and must not be ignored when considering issues of immigration and security.
The Boston marathon bombings, the Australian murder siege and 9/11 all involved Muslim immigrants. Curiously, in all three cases there was no economic imperative for the Muslims being there. In the Boston and Australian cases, their presence was simply the result of an anti-democratic liberal asylum policy.
For those who were murdered and maimed in Sydney, the obvious logic in all this is that if asylum had not been granted to the Iranian Man Haron Monis, there would have been no terrorist attack.
Statistically, Muslim asylum and immigration significantly increase the risk of terrorism. That is the unavoidable conclusion that Western societies, in the security interests of their people, must accept.
After the terror in Sydney, the most important question for Australians must surely be: whose rights came first in granting asylum to the Iranian Horan Monis — his rights or the right of the Australian people not to be held hostage and murdered?
A video has appeared online threatening dancehall singer Sean Paul with death should he visit the Maldives for a New Year’s Eve concert.
“‘Sean Paul’!!! If you visit the Maldives, the world will see your burnt and blood drenched dead body,” read cards held by a cloaked figure in the video posted on Youtube late last night (December 25).
Tourism minister Ahmed Adeeb, has responded to the threat this afternoon, stating in a tweet that the concert will go ahead as planned. Meanwhile Islamic minister Dr Mohamed Shaheem Ali Saeed has that that both bringing foreigners to perform new year’s concerts, and the issuing of death threats were both “unacceptable”.
Adeeb informed media late last month that the Jamaican artist would be appearing in a free concert in the capital Malé as part of the government’s tourism promotion efforts.
Last night’s video bears the logo of ‘Bilad Al Sham Media’ (BASM) group – an organisation which claims to consist of Maldivian jihadis based in Syria and the Maldives.
Recently I was flying across the Americas, seated next to an American woman. She was 40 or so, blonde and thin – it was obvious she was attractive in her day, but Father Time and childlessness left her looking haggard and wearied. Between confessing to banging her way through the men of Cancun in bathroom stalls, and how her boyfriend dumped her because he refused to deal with her mother and is now dating a Colombian au-pair, she stated flatly, “I don’t cook. I’m too busy, I have a great career, I just have no time for it.”
Looking back, I’ve met plenty of these women. There was the insufferable Jewish princess who said, “I will not cook – I will have a great career in New York City and I will hire a nanny to cook meals for my children. There’s no need for me to learn how to cook.” Or you’ll be at a girl’s place, and after a vigorous bit of sex, you tramp off her to fridge for some food. Open the door, and you see… a jar of pickles, some Nutella, and a single, solitary Ball Park frank. You didn’t even know people actually ate that shit. Her refrigerator is a testament to her inability to love.
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A movement against so-called “man-spreading” seems to be gaining popularity among public transit users, including those in Toronto.
“Man-spreading” refers to male passengers who sit with their legs parted in a V-shape on crowded subways and buses.
The campaign to stop “man-spreading” has since been picked up by New York’s public transit body.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is set to launch a series of public service ads that encourage male passengers to stop infringing on the space of their fellow passengers, the New York Times reported over the weekend.