Saturday, July 23, 2016

President Erdogan Continues The Purge After Failed Coup Attempt And Opts To Block Access To Wikileaks

Upwards of 50,000 are now in Erdogan’s line of sight in his latest purge of allies of exiled cleric, Fethullah Gulen, who remains in the United States.  Turkey Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said of Gulen’s followers in Turkey,
This parallel terrorist organization will no longer be an effective pawn for any country.  We will dig them up by their roots.” 

His statement comes as Erdogan prepares a formal request for the United States to extradite Gulen, who is accused of being the architect of the failed coup attempt, which prompted U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, to ask the Turkish foreign minister to provide hard evidence of Gulen’s role in the failed coup attempt because mere allegations against the exiled cleric were not enough to warrant an extradition order.  Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said, 

We have more than enough evidence, more than you could ask for, on Gulen.  There is no need to prove the coup attempt, all evidence shows that the coup attempt was organised on his will and orders.”  

Two members of Turkey’s constitutional court were arrested Wednesday as purges in the judiciary, military, civil service and education widen in the aftermath of a failed coup.  The two constitutional court members were among a group of 113 officials from the judiciary formally arrested on Wednesday and formal charges were also brought against Erdogan’s chief aide-de-camp.  As the purge continues to grow, the death penalty has come up once again in Turkey with Erdogan pushing parliament to institute it once again in light of this recent coup attempt (the death penalty in Turkey was halted in 2004 as Turkey sought to become a member of the European union).

Whilst the number continues to climb regarding the purge, Ankara has ordered the blocking of Wikileaks and its publication of 300,000 AKP (Erdogan’s political party) emails. Obtained before the attempted coup, the date of their publication was brought forward “in response to the government’s post-coup purges” WikiLeaks said on its website.

BLA, BLA, BLA, BLA or BLM, What Difference at this Point Does it Make?

Joe Connorm / Townhall Columnist
BLA, BLA, BLA, BLA or BLM, What Difference at this Point Does it Make?Tuesday night at the Republican Convention, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie indicted Hillary Clinton and the Obama Administration for, among other things, their capitulation to Cuba without securing the return of Black Liberation Army (BLA) leader Joanne Chesimard.

Undoubtedly many viewers asked themselves, "Who is Chesimard? How does our government allow this fugitive refugee to remain in Cuba? How many other fugitives from American justice do the Castros protect?"

Joanne Chesimard is a murderer. Joanne Chesimard now calls herself Assata Shakur. Assata Shakur is a cop killer.

BLA leader Assata Shakur / Joanne Chesimard, the cop killer, is the inspiration behind Black Lives Matter (BLM). She is on the FBI’s most wanted list. Her words prominently adorn BLM's website.

BLM is a group inspired by cop killers of yesterday. They inspire cop killers today, and are the people Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama side with over the police.
In 1973, as a leader of the Black Liberation Army, Joanne Chesimard murdered New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster during a wild shootout after a routine traffic stop on the NJ Turnpike. She and a BLA comrade were captured, tried, convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Chesimard, with the help of other Marxist radicals of the time, escaped from prison in 1979 and were eventually welcomed by Cuba where she has been a guest of the Castro regime since the mid-1980s.

VA Supreme Court Strikes Down McAuliffe's Executive Order Giving Felons Right to Vote
Despite Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s sweeping executive order that sought to restore voting rights to felons in Virginia, they will not be able to cast their ballot at voting booths come November thanks to the commonwealth’s Supreme Court, which declared the order unconstitutional on Friday.

The high court heard oral arguments earlier this week. The plaintiffs in the case, led by leaders from the Republican-controlled legislature, argued that McAuliffe’s move was unconstitutional. The court agreed, and ordered the Virginia Department of Elections to “cancel the registration of all felons who have been invalidly registered,” under the April 22 executive order.

As many as 11,662 felons had registered to vote thanks to the executive order. The order was widely viewed as a move to help Hillary Clinton by all-but-ensuring Virginia goes blue in the November general election, since most convicts register Democratic.

Kerry: Air conditioners as big a threat as the Islamic State
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Kerry: Air conditioners as big a threat as the Islamic StateStop laughing. Kerry is right. Watch for the next mass shooting by your air conditioner. Remember all those manifestos your air conditioner issued, vowing the imminent destruction of the U.S. “Kerry: Air Conditioners as Big a Threat as ISIS,” by Alyssa Canobbio, Washington Free Beacon, July 22, 2016: Secretary of State John Kerry said in Vienna […]
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Obama: ‘The World Has Never Been Less Violent’

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

Perhaps Obama fancies himself the “candy man,” you know, in the Sammy Davis song. Because this is seriously delusional, powered, it seems, by hallucinatory drugs. That, or this man is evil and his contempt for the truth and the American people knows no bounds.

Nice, Jerusalem, San Bernardino, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, Paris, Brussels, Garland, Orlando, Boston, Dhaka, Benghazi, Nairobi, Nigeria, the CAR, Southern Thailand,…

You can’t get on to a plane, or enter a building a major cities, go to a ball game, a concert or play without going through an extensive security check. The daily social fabric of our lives has completely and utterly changed. We live in a state of war.
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