Saturday, January 17, 2015

European police arrest over two dozen Muslims in anti-terror sweeps

Yep. That’s right; 400 American troops will be shipped to Syria in the spring to train moderate rebels in the region (via AP):
Pentagon spokesman Maj. James Brindle confirmed the planned deployment early Friday morning. The U.S. plan was first reported by Defense One Thursday. 
Last month, President Barack Obama signed into law a massive defense policy bill that endorsed his plan to fight Islamic State militants, including air strikes and training Iraqis and moderate Syrian rebels. The law authorized the training and equipping of moderate Syrian rebels battling the extremists for two years, and provided $5 billion to train Iraqis battling the militants who brutally rule large sections of the two countries.
It’s projected that up to 5,400 Syrian rebels will be trained. The U.S. already has over 2,000 military personnel in Iraq working with their forces, but military commanders feel the situation hasn’t reached a “tipping point” there. With Syria, it’s a whole other animal. One of the arduous tasks ahead of this mission is finding out which rebel groups are friend or enemy for a lack of a better term; a phrase that should be take lightly, if not with complete skepticism in this part of the world (via Defense One):

When Barack Obama signed the U.N. Gun Ban Treaty last year, he invited global gun banners to carve up our constitutional freedom.

Now Obama is using the full force of the international community to pressure our U.S. Senators into replacing our Second Amendment rights with U.N.-style gun control. 

Earlier this year, Obama conspired with the European Union to issue an international declaration demanding immediate “disarmament and arms control” under the United Nations Gun Ban Treaty.

Obama and his anti-gun European allies vowed to ensure every nation’s “entry into force of the Arms Trade Treaty.”

And that’s not all.

In a meeting of non-governmental organizations and U.N. officials, Obama’s Assistant  Secretary of State declared that the White House is “already implementing the treaty” without Senate ratification!

“Make no mistake,” says Chris Cox, Executive Director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA).  “If the U.S. Senate fails to stand strong against the U.N. Gun Ban Treaty, and fight back against every backdoor attempt by the Obama administration to implement it, we will lose our gun rights and effectively lose our national sovereignty.”

That’s because the U.N. Gun Ban Treaty would establish a permanent international gun control bureaucracy within the U.N. Office for Disarmament Affairs to oversee and influence gun policy in all nations.

Mexican Government To Issue Birth Certificates In The US, A Boon To Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller

On Thursday, the Mexican government began issuing birth certificates to its citizens at its 50 U.S.-based consulates, a move that will make it easier for illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses and work permits and to stay in the U.S. under President Obama’s executive amnesty decision.

In the past, Mexican citizens had to obtain their birth certificates from offices in Mexico. Individuals would often have relatives and friends obtain the documents and send them into the U.S.

But with the Mexican government’s help, its U.S.-based citizens will receive documents more quickly, which will help them apply for amnesty under Obama’s plan, which is expected to provide relief from deportation to approximately five million illegal immigrants.

According to the Associated Press, roughly half of the 11 million illegal immigrants residing in the U.S. are from Mexico. Of those, up to three million could be eligible for relief under Obama’s amnesty effort.

“It is a huge help. It helps individuals really begin to formulate their formal identity in this country,” said Angelica Salas, the executive director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles told The Associated Press.

The move comes as Republicans in Congress are trying to strip funding in the Department of Homeland Security budget for Obama’s amnesty initiative.

Jessica Vaughan, policy director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a group which advocates for limited immigration, believes that the Mexican government is more than happy to issue birth certificates to its U.S.-based citizens because it will allow them to send money more back across the border to their families.

According to the AP, Mexican nationals sent $21.6 billion back to their families in Mexico in 2013.

PAKISTANI MUSLIM SAVAGES demand that the rest of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists be hanged

Bare Naked Islam


24B8C58000000578-2911717-image-m-12_1421335429374They believe that the death sentence for blasphemy is the correct punishment for committing the worst act of terrorism ever by drawing insulting pictures of the paedophile prophet Mohammed.

UK Daily Mail  As worldwide protests continued for a second day, nearly 300 people from a religious group rallied in the eastern city of Lahore, carrying placards saying ‘Down with Charlie Hebdo’. One banner read: ‘Making blasphemy cartoon of the Prophet is the worst act of terrorism. The sketch-makers must be hanged immediately.’ 

Cartoonist Renald Luzier, who drew the image, had argued earlier this week that there should be no exceptions to freedom of expression. 


The Lahore rally came as Pakistani lawmakers staged their own demonstrations outside parliament after passing a resolution condemning the image of Islam’s prophet in the French satirical newspaper. The front cover shows a weeping Mohammed, holding a sign reading ‘I am Charlie’ with the words ‘All is forgiven’ above him. 

Like many other Muslim nations, Pakistan has condemned last week’s deadly rampage at the office of Charlie Hebdo which killed 12 people, including editors, cartoonists and two policemen.


But the authorities have also condemned the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed, which many Muslims consider sacrilege.


Religious Affairs Minister Sardar Mohammad Yousuf said the lawmakers unanimously adopted the resolution condemning the publication of the images. The minister said the resolution would be sent to all foreign missions in the country and to the United Nations, to register Pakistan’s protest against the cartoons, which ‘hurt our religious sentiments deeply.’ 


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