India recognizes Greenpeace as ecoterrorists

India recognizes Greenpeace as ecoterrorists

Finally reality catches up with this multi-million $ terror operation, Russia gave a good signals by imprisoning a bunch of them, Peru exploded in anger at their disregard for millennia old sites, and now India who goes that one step further necessary to get rid of these pests. Hope that many countries may follow…

India does not need Greenpeace Anarchism

The Indian government has decided to suspend Greenpeace India’s ability to receive foreign funds and has frozen its bank accounts. The Indian government has said that Greenpeace has “prejudicially affected the economic interest of the state”. Also the government has asked Greenpeace India to issue a show cause notice on why its registration should not be ended.

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How Hamas uses Temple Mount

How Hamas uses Temple Mount

The desire of Hamas leaders to ignite the West Bank and fan the flames of the uprising in East Jerusalem is no secret. The calls on the Palestinians to launch a third intifada are openly made during prayers in the mosques, as well as by media channels affiliated with Hamas. In addition, intensive activity has been going on in the field. While, so far, it has apparently not been aimed at setting up terrorist cells designed to carry out attacks, the Palestinians are encouraged and urged to clash with the Israeli security forces and set out on independent terrorist attacks.

The Hamas methods of operation were anticipated by the Palestinian security apparatuses a year ago already. According to a report submitted in December 2013 to PA President Mahmoud Abbas by the PA adviser for security affairs, Gen. Tawfiq Tirawi, officials in the Palestinian security apparatuses warned that the failure of the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians would push Hamas into trying to ignite the area. The authors of the report evaluated that Hamas would seek to reorganize its military wing in the West Bank and lead to a third intifada. Officials in the Palestinian security apparatuses anticipated that, rather than sending out suicide terrorists — the way Hamas operated during the second intifada — Hamas members would opt for shooting attacks and other independently launched terrorist attacks by individuals acting on their own.

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Turkey doesn’t want a terrorist state on its borders


Who does…

Turkey Voting For Christmas
By Alan | October 12, 2014 | BBC bias

Interesting take on the world from the BBC.

It has been telling us recently that Turkey is in a dilemma concerning ISIS. On the one hand it doesn’t want a terrorist state on its borders, on the other it doesn’t want to see the Kurds becoming more established and powerful.

So Turkey has plumped to support ISIS…probably not too hard a decision for the Islamist Erdogan who no doubt fancies resurrecting the Ottoman Empire.

Such a stance might also reflect the opinion of Israel as it faces the reality of what a terrorist state on its borders looks like.

BBC R4 promotes unchallenged anti-Israel propaganda and warped histories of Jerusalem


BBC is nowadays a spokesperson for the Islamic State it seems. Their uniquely warped view of reality mostly fits in with the viewpoints professed by the more radical of the ideology

BBC Watch

On September 3rd BBC Radio 4 aired an edition of a programme called ‘Agree to Differ’ which will be repeated on the evening of September 6th and is available here. The title of the edition is “Jerusalem” and the programme is presented by Matthew Taylor – today the chief executive of the RSA and formerly Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to Tony Blair during his premiership.R4 Agree to Differ

At the beginning of the programme Taylor informs listeners:

“…we’re going to give you a completely new way to understand a controversial issue and to decide where you stand.”

“We’re looking at a dispute that’s almost as old as civilization itself. We’re exploring the respective claims of Palestinians and Israelis over the city of Jerusalem.”

That historical illiteracy unfortunately continues throughout the programme with Taylor promoting a variety of bizarre and inaccurate interpretations of historic, political and legal issues as we…

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Mandela, When number 46664 is no more


Now that the health of former ANC leader Nelson Mandela (94) is deteriorating, I ask myself – and I think rightly so – what is going to happen with the white farmers in South Africa. We do not read so much about it in the media because after all they are only whites. Genocide of other peoples and cultures is much more interesting.
Since apartheid was abolished in South Africa is a lot has changed. This time it’s the white farmers turn to get killed, but the Western mainstream press remains silent … It’s politically correct to kill whites these days so …

Nelson Mandela

Mandela is known by the majority of the world as the man who was incarcerated for years because he fought for the freedom of his country and his countrymen. And that we should feel sorry for him or even find him noble because things like these are written about him:

“This is a man who earned respect, in his nonviolent struggle against injustice and racism. In his humble honesty, he is a model for all politicians. His name will echo in history as one of the great ones of the earth “(source – 4th comment).

The ANC and Mandela are big supporters of Marxism-Leninism and aren’t shy to use violence to achieve their goal.
People all over the world wish him strength and recovery. Some thank him for what he has done. But no one is talking about the real Mandela who was not for nothing in a cell on Robben Island, sentenced to life imprisonment.

“In 1964 he was convicted for his involvement in the Rivonia gang. This gang plotted assassinations against whites across South Africa, but especially against leaders of the Afrikaners and their families. In this ‘Rivonia Trial’ due to his involvement he got life. ” (Source)

Mandela knew even back then that the whites were necessary for the economy in South Africa. That alone is the reason they are still there. It has even got Mandela the Nobel Peace Prize (1993). A ridiculous price, that every terrorist on this planet can get. As long as one fights for justice all means are justified to arrive at the goal, unfortunately.

ANC

The ANC is nothing more than a terrorist organization were terror and corruption prevail. What about the car fire killings in 2003, during President Tabo Mbeki’s reign, Mandela’s successor and also a member of the ANC. What about the bombing in Pretoria with 19 deaths?
Another sweetie from the South African club, but democratically elected, is Jacob Zuma the current president of South Africa and fellow party member of Mandela and Mbeki. We all know his song called Kill the Boer.

The ANC is a feeble excuse for a party, meant for people who want to give in to their animal instincts. The future of South Africa in the hands of this kind of people. The future of their own people, the white farmers, but also that of the South African economy. And if we look at other African countries where the local population is in power, it’s not a hopeful prospect

Every coin has two sides

Of course it’s not just only misery the ANC and Mandela have brought to South Africa. Apartheid was abolished and South Africa is almost free from the colonial mindset brought by white Westerners.

The white farmers who still live there, should we see them then as collateral damage?

By Mike Tomale @miketomale

The cultural divide


The reason why the Western world and the Islamic world are so completely out of touch.

Remember the interview of Khaddafi with Blair? Khadddafi was purposely showing the soles of his shoe to Blair when he was sitting down with him. In our culture crossing your legs is something nobody pays attention to. In his culture showing the soles of your shoes is a grave insult. It means that you are like dirt under his shoes.

So all the while when Blair was having in his mind a civilized conversation, Khaddafi was gravely insulting him on purpose. And anyone watching from his culture knew exactly what he meant.

Same with all of the Western world idea’s of straightforwardness, reasonableness, evading war when you can by diplomacy etc. They are very ethnocentric. In Islamic culture those who negotiate do so out of weakness. They don’t have the concept of civilized resolution of problems. Either you submit or you don’t. If you negotiate you are submitting because to them that means you are running out of steam, the will to fight.

Why negotiate if you can win? That’s the warriors ideology, you fight till you win or lose. You don’t give up in the middle unless you have to.

Also you never are honest. You always lie, you never show your true intentions, that’s stupid, how can you defeat your enemy by being honest? To them that’s absurd and anyone who is honest to them they take for an idiot.

That’s now the huge problem Obama (and in fact all Americans/Westerners) can’t get to grips with. By his speech in Egypt in 2008 he submitted and lost all his respect and that of the USA. His speech in their minds said:

We acknowledge  Dar al Islam.

If you acknowledge that, you acknowledge automatically the Dar al-Harb, since the two are unified. The one only exists in contrast to the other.

And since the USA is not (yet) Dar al Islam it’s logically Dar al-Harb. So you are admitting the superiority of Islam over your part of the world since you are an infidel.

By that all powers in the region felt emboldened and they were justified time and again because Obama keeps on talking and not acting.

The result? Some call it the Arab spring. But it isn’t. It’s a carefully planned and orchestrated taking over of the whole region by the radical Islam. The Muslim Brotherhood prepared in all nations well ahead very good networks, instigated riots (which was easy, since normal people really where fed up) and afterwards immediately put their network into action to take over the power.

Egypt is now under control, Tunisia, Libya is well under way. Syria is being conquered with the help of the same naive West as they helped in Egypt, Jordan is getting very unstable, Algeria and Morocco as well.

And we are standing by the side and cheering them on under the illusion that we are helping progress.

All that due to a total lack of cultural understanding.

Addition due to lack of context (a very rough sketch indeed):

I’m mostly taken by the interpretation that Islam is a jumble of oral traditions of nomadic tribes interfused with jewish and christian religious teachings.
In those days almost everyone was illiterate, nomads sit around their campfires and recount events, handle disputes, manage the tribes daily life. Slowly judaism and christianity (nomads travel everywhere) start to get spread via that way, but along the way due to poor translation and bad memory the texts become more part of their own culture.

Islam gets born.

Now is the standard nomad life one of stealing from other tribes, conquest, plundering villages etc. There is not much else to do since due to their nomadic lifestyle they don’t do farming much. Lifestock a bit. So you have a basically warrior nomad lifestyle that starts to develop a ‘religion’ of their own. One day a successful leader, mohammed, finds a way to unify the tribes using the ideology as a binding force. What follows are ages of murderous conquest,destruction, plunder without any thought of the future. If you are a tribe in a desert there is no end to what you can plunder.

By doing so during centuries the 2 (ideology and warrior lifestyle) get unified in the Sunna with the Hadith, writings that ‘explain’ the Quran. Also in that mix, get taken the Tafsir, yet another more mundane easier to follow for the general public explanation. That all formed over the ages, by incorporating written tribal justice, the Sharia. The islamic law.

So today the Islam is still a warrior ideology, with remnants of christianity and judaism (the old testament is practically copied, but distorted).

In the end Islam as it stands today is an ideology that encompasses a derived religion mostly geared towards conquest.