Posts Tagged ‘ terrorism ’

Undercover Mosque

I know, I know. It’s Friday and I’m in a really good mood, too. Nevertheless, the following documentary which goes undercover in to some of the mosques in the UK isn’t something that should be ignored, especially in light of the recent worldwide and homegrown protests we’ve seen that coincided with the 11th anniversary of 9/11.

A teaser: Check out 12:18. He was quoted out of context!

Sure, it’s a minority and all that – namely the Wahabists coming out of Saudi Arabia – however it is a significant minority.

H/T Sean (via Facebook)


Goodbye, Libya

Not a chance, Libya, so long as I live. Never will I look on your people, nor country in any way favourably.

To do that, to the American ambassador. Never forget. Never forgive. And I’m quite aware of the date.

All over a movie?

I am done with trying to understand these “people”.


Yeah, well…


That said…


And the embassy had no Marine protection. What kind of a president would allow that to happen?


It’s funny coz it’s true…


The writing had been on the wall for months – around a year and a half – and yet Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State for the Obama administration expresses surprise.


And again, the question begs: why didn’t that Embassy have Marine protection??? This is as much an indictment on the Obama administration as it is on Islamic terrorism (19,592 deadly Islamic terrorist attacks since 9/11 and counting JFTR…)


Have a squiz around the internet and we know that shitty video was made by some anonymous charlatan. We know the violence didn’t happen until after it was found, translated, and “promoted” by some Egyptian sheik. We know abhorrent violence has been ignited in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and Iran.

So what can we deduce from this?

Simple. Those guys over there really hate our guts. Essentially, the Islamic world hates the West.

How can any form of appeasement or compromise possibly work when all it takes is a crap video, and our guys get their corpses paraded around the streets?

Memo to China: Pakistan fired first

So China’s main state-controlled newspaper The People’s Daily comes out blasting the US for the death of 24 Pakistani soldiers the other day.

An influential state-run Chinese newspaper has accused the United States of violating international law and fanning the flames of terrorism after NATO strikes killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

The strongly-worded editorial, which was published on Tuesday in the People’s Daily – mouthpiece of China’s ruling Communist party – came after Beijing said it was “deeply shocked” by the strikes, which have exacerbated tensions between Islamabad and Washington.

“The United States and NATO have violated international law and international norms,” the paper said in an editorial condemning the attacks.

“This shows… that at crucial moments, the United States will not show the slightest hesitation to violate the sovereignty of another nation to ensure its ‘absolute security’.”

And on and on it went without the slightest hint of irony (irony considering China sells missile technology to Iran which in turn gives the missiles to terrorist groups such as Hizbollah).

Nice going on the War on Terror there, China.

And besides, it’s likely that the US did not instigate the bungled attack.

Both sides said they believed they were attacking insurgents along the border. A senior Pakistani defense official acknowledged that Pakistani troops fired first, sending a flare, followed by mortar and machine-gun fire, toward what he said was “suspicious activity” in the brush-covered area below their high-altitude outpost barely 500 yards from the border.

And before Pakistan gets its burqa in a knot, it would do well to remember the US is an ally – an ally to the tune of around two billion bucks a year. And that will be $3 billion next year.

And what does the US get in return apart from bleeting demands for an apology?

US senator John McCain:

“Pakistan’s intelligence agency continues to support the Haqqani network and other terrorist groups that are killing US and Afghan forces in Afghanistan, and the vast majority of the material used to make improvised explosive devices originates from two fertilizer factories in Pakistan.”

Charming. And remember it was this ally that let China have a look at the downed SEAL Team 6 helicopter.

Oh, yeah. Thaaaaat helicopter; you know, the one that was used to get the world’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden, who had been “hiding out” in a compound just outside Pakistan’s capital for about 10 long years.

All told?

China and Pakistan need to STFU.


More on the strained US-Pakistan relationship. The alternative is worse.

And the phones are running hot in the detention centres, too

Australia has always taken more refugees per capita than almost any other country. What is so wrong with doing it the right way?

TERRORISTS have set up shadow governments in Indonesian prisons, recruiting members, sending money from jail to jail and, at least once, co-ordinating an attack outside.

They run businesses, use mobile phones to preach sermons to followers outside and dominate prison mosques, says a report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

In Jihadists in Jail, Carl Ungerer paints a picture of terrorists manipulating the prison system and displaying a disturbing degree of freedom of movement.

This has substantial operational consequences that have strengthened the terrorist threat, producing friendships and alliances among terrorists that cross over traditional organisational lines.

For example, members of previously hostile groups, such as Jemaah Islamiah and Darul Islam, are co-operating with each other in the pursuit of jihad.

I’m sorry. But I find it a total insult to be labeled incompassionate or racist or whatever just because I value the safety of my friends, family and everyone else back in Australia. To quickly release people who have come from Indonesia, people with no documentation – indeed those who’ve literally thrown it away – into our communities and even into our schools, especially when we have grown men of unknown background posing as children amongst those, is wrong, wrong, wrong.

This is not about compassion for refugees Bill Shorten or Anna Rose. It’s about responsibility and whilst you may well have the former, you most certainly do not have the latter.

Link (No, I didn’t say what it is. Yes, you’re meant to click it).


It can be an effective weapon in a teacher’s arsenal of methods used to teach. But this one may be taking that last metaphor a bit too literally.

The Mail Online where I found this video is shocked, but before rushing off to that YouTube Smackdown link in the sidebar, consider the bloke who originally published it on his facebook page. He doesn’t exactly come across as a promoter of terrorism.

Much more likely it is indeed one of those art reflects life scenarios.

Not the best activity a teacher could be doing? Perhaps.

But let’s remember the origins of “Ring a Ring a Rosey”.

Going all the way with the TSA

The problem is, American’s don’t want to go “all the way” with the TSA. They’d rather go “all the way” with their spouse or lover. And ask any dad, and he doesn’t want his teenage daughter or infant son going “all the way” at all.

The last few days has seen things erupt over there. Being America, naturally lawsuits are flying left, right and centre. There have been punch-ups, and the pollies are getting in on the action, too.

One Democrat Senator likened getting your balls groped as “love pats”.

It’s State-sponsored sexual harassment yells a redhead Brit.

Prosecutors are getting in on the act.

But, geez, I dunno America. When you have nutbags flying planes into buildings or trying to blow up the plane mid-air, how’s the government meant to respond? It’s no surprise they are holding firm on this one.

If they relented, and a terrorist strike occurred that could have been prevented with the new measures, what would people say then?

For sure, it’s a far-from-ideal situation, and yes, there should be better intelligence, but what would people have the feds do?



Good point.

“What’ll TSA do when terrorists start putting bombs up their butts?”

H/T Insty




Muslim women exempted? That kind of defeats the purpose, doesn’t it?

H/T Paco

Another YouTube terrorist video

Details via The Jawa Report.

Please flag this video. Go to the flag icon, then “violent and repulsive content”, then “promotes terrorism”.

There’s also that YouTube smackdown banner on the right of this screen.



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