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What you can do about Islamic terrorism

By someone else following x   2017 May 25, 9:24am 16,684 views   226 comments   watch   quote     share  


The most important thing is to tell the truth no matter how much they shout "Islamophobia!"

The media and most of our so-called "leaders" still refuse to tell the truth that Islamic terrorism is caused by Islam itself.

Some countries in Europe have gone so far as to make it illegal to tell the truth about Islam. It takes courage to fight Islamic bombs and hate with mere words of sincere honesty, especially when you will be mocked by the media, perhaps fired from your job, and maybe even fined or imprisoned.

Bogus arguments that you can easily refute:

  • "Saying bad things about Islam is Islamophobic".

    What if those things are true, and well documented by Muslims themselves? Doesn't that make Muslim apologists Truthophobic?

  • "Islamic terrorism is caused mostly by US policy in the Mideast"

    Then how do you explain Islamic murder of random innocent people in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Argentina, Russia, Nigeria, Kenya, India, China, Thailand, Bali, the Phillipinies, etc? They had nothing to do with US policy in the Mideast.

    It is, however, valid to point out that Islamic terror in each country generally followed Saudi funding of Wahhabi madrassas (Koranic schools) in that country, and that America always supports Saudi Arabia no matter what they do. So it is Americas fault to some degree, for supporting Saudi Arabia. And it is also true that George W Bush's attack on Iraq in bogus "retaliation" for the Saudi attack on America on 9/11 greatly inflamed the existing problem. Bush should be in jail for starting a war under false pretenses.

  • "American wars are also terrorism"

    No, terrorism is the deliberate murder of random unarmed civilians. America does not try to kill civilians. If we did try, they would all be dead.

    The only reason we are not all dead is that the Islamic world is so weak and ineffective.

  • "Islamic terrorism is caused by inequality and poverty"

    Not it's not. Most terrorists are fairly well educated and not poor. In fact, propensity to Islamic terrorism increases with income and education. Osama bin Laden was very rich.

    Islamic terrorism is motivated mainly by a desire to prove devotion to Islam to other Muslims, and to one's family. "See, look how many kuffar I killed! Aren't you proud?" The horrifying part is that most so-called "moderate" Muslims and the families of terrorists are indeed proud of the terrorists for "fighting back" against dirty unbelievers by killing random unarmed civilians, such as teen girls in Manchester.

  • "Muslims used to be more peaceful, so it's something we've done to them."

    No, Muslims were always this way. What's different is that now they can use the Internet, and especially YouTube, to share and amplify their resentment of all non-Muslims and their bomb-making techniques. Google helps terrorists by spreading terrorist ideology via YouTube.

    If you've done anything to offend Muslims, it's simply being part of a successful, generally happy and tolerant non-Muslim society, clearly proving that Islam is not only unnecessary, but obviously a huge impediment to success, happiness, and tolerance.

    "In March 1786, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams went to London to negotiate with Tripoli's envoy, ambassador Sidi Haji Abdrahaman (or Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman Adja). When they enquired "concerning the ground of the pretensions to make war upon nations who had done them no injury", the ambassador replied:

    "It was written in their Koran, that all nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave; and that every mussulman who was slain in this warfare was sure to go to paradise. He said, also, that the man who was the first to board a vessel had one slave over and above his share, and that when they sprang to the deck of an enemy's ship, every sailor held a dagger in each hand and a third in his mouth; which usually struck such terror into the foe that they cried out for quarter at once.[25]

    Jefferson reported the conversation to Secretary of Foreign Affairs John Jay, who submitted the ambassador's comments and offer to Congress. Jefferson argued that paying tribute would encourage more attacks."

    Note the year, 1786. The Constitution was created in 1787, and ratified in 1788. The reason we have a Constitutional republic is largely to enable Congress to raise an army and navy, and the reason America needed that was largely because Islam says what it says.

    See https://patrick.net/1306992/2017-06-05-saudi-arabia-egypt-bahrain-uae-cuts-off-diplomatic-relations-with-qatar#comment-1416821

  • "Christians are terrorists too"

    So rarely as to make the comparison comical. The difference is about 1,000-fold. For every Christian attack on an abortion clinic there are about 1,000 Islamic attacks on random people. See http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

  • "Christianity also teaches evil things"

    No, Jesus himself did not rob, rape, or kill anyone. Mohammed robbed, raped, and killed lots of people. For just one example of many, Mohammed murdered Safiya's father, then tortured her husband to death to get him to tell the location of his money, then raped her the same day, according to Islamic history.
    There is no exhortation to hate in the New Testament, but butt-hurt resentment of non-Muslims is the main theme of the Koran and the hadith. See https://patrick.net/Islam

    It is true that the Old Testament has some similarities to Islam in its very harsh punishments for violating its rules, and some genocidal wars.

  • "Islam is tolerant of other religions"

    No, Islam allows Jews and Christians to remain alive (outside of Saudi Arabia) but only if they pay an annual ransom (jizya) to Muslims under deliberately humiliating conditions, and "feel themselves subdued". Hindus, athiests, and members of other religions are officially not allowed to live at all, and must be killed, according to Islam. No other religion is allowed to exist in Saudi Arabia. No synagogues or churches, no torahs or bibles allowed.

    Anyone who leaves Islam must also be killed, according to Islam. And this is actually the law in many Islamic countries.

  • "But Jesus is part of Islam too"

    Not the same "Jesus" at all. Muslims believe that Jesus was a Muslim first of all, and was never crucified and reject the whole story about his redeeming mankind with his own sacrifice. They also believe he will come back in the final days to kill the Jews. They use the name "Isa" and say he is the same Jesus, but he's obviously a totally different guy with far different ideals. They do not include the gospels at all in their beliefs.

  • "But I have good Muslim friends. They would not murder people."

    Of course, most Muslims are better human beings than Muslims. If they are friends with you at all, they are already violating Islam, for the Koran says (5:51) - "O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends. It's good to be friends with them, and to tell them the truth about Islam because they will listen if you are friendly and don't make it about them personally.

  • "Muslims tell me that Islam doesn't teach those awful things"

    Lying to non-Muslims is officially a praiseworthy part of being a Muslim. Muslims are encouraged to lie about anything that makes Islam look bad. You can easily look up the truth for yourself. See http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/ for a good introduction to the truth.

  • "Terrorist are not real Muslims"

    Sorry, but they are actually very authentic Muslims doing what their religion commands them to do. Who are you to tell them they are not Muslim? They are giving their lives for Islam by killing unbelievers. At least they are honest about it. If they are not Islamic, then Mohammed was not Islamic either. The head of ISIS has a PhD in Islamic studies. He knows exactly what he's doing and why.

    If someone says "radical Islam", you should ask them which version of the Koran these radicals are reading and acting on. Is it any different from the moderate Muslims' Koran?

  • "Most Muslims are not terrorists"

    True, but most terrorists are indeed Muslim, and most "moderate" Muslims have sympathy for radical Muslims' terrorist attacks. And so we have the saying "Radical Muslims want to kill you. Moderate Muslims want radical Muslims to kill you."

  • "It's racist to talk about the connection between Islam and terrorism."

    No it isn't. Islam has made murderers out of people of all races. It's very egalitarian that way. Chinese Muslims murder random non-Muslims in China, and Nigerian Muslims murder random non-Muslims in Nigeria. The only thing they have in common is the Islamic teaching to hate and murder non-Muslims.

  • "We need to open our doors to refugees"

    No, Muslim countries need to open their doors to Muslim refugees, especially oil-rich Muslim countries. The majority of so-called "refugees" are angry young men looking for easy money and easy women in the West. The legitimate Muslim refugees are nonetheless still infected with a very dangerous virus of the mind, and their children often grow up with hate for the host countries that generously took in their parents, such as the Manchester bomber who blew up all those teen girls.

  • "The principal victims of Islam are other Muslims"

    This is true. But we are talking about protecting ourselves from Islam here.

  • "You're more likely to get attacked by a shark than murdered by a terrorist"

    Nope, there are only about 20 shark attacks per year, and Islamic terrorist attacks kill tens of thousands worldwide and are increasing exponentially.

  • "The constitution forbids excluding Muslims based on religion"

    No, the constitution forbids the government from establishing a state religion. Non-citizens may be excluded from entry for any reason or no reason at all. Islam is more than just a religion. It is a violent subversive political movement which demands that secular government be overthrown and replaced with sharia. We banned communists for decades for much less violence and subversion.

  • "It's pointless and dangerous to offend a billion Muslims"

    No, it's more dangerous to shut up and let your family and civilization die because you were merely too sensitive to speak the truth in time. Muslims are human beings. Deep in their core they know that there is something very wrong with Islam, and they need encouragement from millions of honest people to admit this so that they can free themselves and rejoin the rest of humanity. If you speak with respect and sincerity, they are likely to listen.

    They never hear the truth about Islam in their home countries, so it's up to us. Speak up or die.

  • "There is nothing you can do"

    OK, then Islamic atrocities are now to be expected and tolerated and there is no reason to be alarmed. Please continue moving toward the slaughterhouse in an orderly manner.

Here are some nonviolent ways we can end Islamic terrorism in the West: End all Islamic immigration, instantly revoke citizenship and deport all members of the extended families of anyone who commits terrorism in the West (this idea was proposed by an English Muslim in the wake of the Manchester bombing), allow freedom of speech about Islam, and stop teaching that Islam is a religion of peace, because it is not. And Trump has a good line: Islamic terrorists are losers, so call them that.

If you want to take the long view, stop using foreign oil, and demand that we cut off all diplomatic relations with the ultimate source of almost all terrorism: Saudi Arabia.

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187 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:15am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

socal2 says

Who is "most"?

I add links after commenting. Surveys say 80%. I've already updated the original comment with the link.

Assad's clan have held power for decades, and protected hundreds of Christian churches btw. Meanwhile, our Saudi "allies" prohibit churches in KSA, and their Sunni militias kill Christians. If the Sunnis take control under Saudi influence, Syria will become more like KSA and that would be bad for the Christians, who are currently sheltering with Assad.

But anyway according to Rew it was all due to a drought. I am really curious what corner of the multiverse that world might exist in, maybe an alternate earth where people are bulletproof and bomb-proof.

188 socal2   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 11:18am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

curious2 says

N

Poll is nearly 2 years old.

189 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:21am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

socal2 says

Poll is nearly 2 years old.

The Syrian war started 7 years ago, over the pipeline deals. The Iraq war started 14 years ago, over alleged WMD. Can you find any evidence that Syrians have changed their minds in the last two years about what started the wars a decade ago? And can you find anything that says they blame a drought? That was the context that you jumped into, Rew claimed it's all due to the weather, nothing we can do about the weather other than spread terrorists, making the European "climate" more like the Syrian "climate".

190 joeyjojojunior   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:25am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

And the poll doesn't ask the correct question. "Is US responsible for ISIS" is different than "Is the US the cause of the war."

191 FortWayne   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:25am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Rew says

FortWayne says

Stop voting for Democrats who pander to terrorists

Easiest solution

Our foreign policy and national defense vary by insignificant measures depending on who (D or R) is in office. These things are really unchanged no matter who is at the helm.

But that's a nice R talking point you have there.

D - oh they are not our enemies, muslims good people bring them here as much as possible.
R - immigration ban from muslim extremist nations.

Yeah those are are same in your book I guess right...

192 joeyjojojunior   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:26am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/is-a-lack-of-water-to-blame-for-the-conflict-in-syria-72513729/

This is likely the article Rew was referencing. Obviously impossible to prove root cause, but likely a contributing factor.

193 drBu   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 11:26am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

curious2 says

The war started 7 years ago, over the pipeline deals. ... And can you find anything that says they blame a drought?

I do not think both of these are mutually exclusive. Perhaps drought (combined with highest reproduction rates in Middle East) and resulting poverty made fomenting the strife (by parties interested in pipelines) easier.

194 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:32am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

joeyjojojunior says

doesn't ask the correct question

It asks several questions, and if you follow the link you can download the questions and answers. If you can find a poll claiming they blame the weather, specifically a drought, then please do post that, it would help Rew achieve some credibility that he lacks currently.

For more about who's at fault, you can read further here.

195 joeyjojojunior   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:35am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Yep--I read all the questions. None of which was "who do you blame for starting the war"

196 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:36am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

joeyjojojunior says

Yep--I read all the questions. None of which was "who do you blame for starting the war"

OK, find a survey asking the question in a way you would prefer, preferably asking about droughts.

joeyjojojunior says

contributing factor.

Again, I've seen videos from Syria showing fighters shooting at each other across verdant fields. It's tough to farm a free fire zone. Islam produces many problems, including birth rates that drive hijrah, but the current catastrophe results primarily from war.

Lots of places get droughts. California had a drought recently. If we had a war, you'd see the difference.

BTW, this is a thread about terrorism, which has been driving Islamic migration and jihad.

197 joeyjojojunior   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:38am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

It's not the way I prefer. It's the way you implied it was asked.

198 joeyjojojunior   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:41am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

You obviously misunderstand the theory. The hypothesis is that drought caused a lot of able bodied, young men to migrate to overcrowded cities. The kindling that could be easily set on fire, as it were.

Once the war started, it's not unusual that the chaos would cause some good land to go unfarmed. And that doesn't disprove the Smithsonian theory, either.

199 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:47am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

joeyjojojunior says

It's not the way I prefer. It's the way you implied it was asked.

As of 2012, when the war had barely started, most Syrians supported President Assad.

Can you please try to relate your comments to the OP topic, which is about terrorism, and try to find data rather than merely trying to find fault?

This little exchange began when Rew forgot 3,000 Americans killed by Islamic terrorists on 9/11, and blamed the Syrian war on drought rather than Islamic terrorism and misguided wars. He advocated spreading jihadis because they are "climate refugees" from the alleged drought, when in fact they are Muslims participating in hijrah driven by NATO at the behest of MIC and KSA influence. Please try to post something relevant, preferably with data.

joeyjojojunior says

You obviously misunderstand the theory.

I understand the "theory" all too well, and have read more than enough about it, as the current AGW grant bonanza has caused vast historical revisionism going back centuries. Sunshine and darkness are also contributing factors to almost everything that happens on earth but they are not particularly relevant to this thread. Droughts have happened elsewhere without producing these results.

200 TwoScoopsMcGee   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:51am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Also forgotten: Many "Moderate Jihadis" and ISIS groups came into Syria from Iraq.

201 Rew   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 11:51am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

curious2 says

Some of your other comments show a lot of enthusiasm for war, e.g. bombing Syria.

Yes, I am a globalist cuck.
Assad lost control of his country, and then brutally held onto power at the end of a rifle, repeatedly using chemical weapons on his own populations.

curious2 says

Most people would say the situation in Syria results from (a) the Iraq war, (b) ISIL, (c) Hillary's War in Libya funneling weapons into Syria via rat line, (d) the NATO/Saudi war in Syria. Certainly most Syrians blame America and foreign fighters.

Unfortunately popular opinion is often not a good indicator of reality, though I do blame the US in a large part for what has occurred, especially now.

Assad's failure to cope with domestic unrest, and cracking down on freedoms, reformation, and protest movements is where the civil war in Syria originated. ISIS wasn't around at this time. The Arab Spring came to Syria, perpetuated by a severe drought, and Assad lost control. International intervention into the region is only AFTER this took hold. ISIS is also an after effect, as ISI was essentially defeated, but found the Syrian chaos a soil it could regrow in.

curious2 says

Rew claimed it's all due to the weather ...

There are other factors, but the primary causation of the uprising against Assad is absolutely driven by lack of water and bad governance in dealing with it. Revolutions are things made from desperation.

202 TwoScoopsMcGee   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 11:52am   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

ISIS attacks Paris
ISIS attacks Nice
ISIS attacks Germany
ISIS attacks London
ISIS attacks Manchester
ISIS attacks Orlando
ISIS tries to take over Libya
ISIS tries to take over Syria
ISIS tries to take over Iraq

Clearly the culprit is Climate Change.

203 Rew   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 12:01pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Very easy and good argument to be made that ISIS exists due to climate change caused sever drought in Syria. Yes.

204 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 12:07pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Rew says

due to climate change

Unbelievable. Again, sunshine and darkness are "contributing factors" to practically everything that happens on earth, but are not particularly relevant to the OP topic.

Returning to the topic of the thread, Islamic terrorist groups including ISIL/Daesh arise due to what Islam says and does. The American military made a much bigger difference than climate: in Iraq, Americans incarcerated Sunni fundamentalists together with senior Baathist officers, who combined and formed ISIL. If you look at the senior leaders and early fighters, they met for the first time and got to know each other while imprisoned together by American forces at Camp Bucca. 80% of Syrians are correct: America created this particular problem.

And spreading terrorists is never a solution to anything, unless you're looking to spread Islam and grow the revenues of an MIC mass surveillance contractor.

205 Quigley   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 12:13pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

The answer to every question: "climate change!"
That's pretty much all that Rew has contributed here.

206 BayAreaObserver   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 3:09pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

THEY’RE crude, low tech and brutally effective — now there are fears a new form of “low tech” terror threat is spreading with authorities powerless to stop it.

“What we are seeing generally is firstly some quite low tech attacks against targets which are easily accessed and we are also seeing people who seem to be highly volatile going from perhaps even quite normal to making a plan and carrying out an attack in a very short space of time,” she said.

“I certainly hope that this is not the norm but we are dealing with a large volume of people who appear set on violent extremism and we must step up to deal with that.”

The comments come after the third attack in three months in the UK after similarly low-key, lone-wolf style operations in Westminster and at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Commissioner Dick said 18 plots have been foiled since 2013 with on average one person a day arrested over terror offences and five stopped in the last three months.

The crude nature of their attack has seen police admit “the threat has changed” and prompted a review of how police are forced to prioritise among 500 current investigations with over 3000 subjects of interest in the UK alone.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is facing tough questions over cuts to police budgets on her watch as Home Secretary just two days out from an election. She has put the onus on tech companies and intelligence agencies to detect and eliminate any form of contagion.

“We believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face, as terrorism breeds terrorism, and perpetrators are inspired to attack not only on the basis of carefully-constructed plots after years of planning and training — and not even as lone attackers radicalised online — but by copying one another and often using the crudest of means of attack,” she said.

More: http://www.news.com.au/national/crime/rudimentary-but-deadly-terror-attacks-spark-contagion-fears/news-story/497b2fc2c9b9ff56858e7b994d04aa31

207 TwoScoopsMcGee   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 3:14pm   ↑ like (4)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

BayAreaObserver says

The crude nature of their attack has seen police admit “the threat has changed” and prompted a review of how police are forced to prioritise among 500 current investigations with over 3000 subjects of interest in the UK alone.

Ways for British police to marshal more resources:
1. Release all the men and equipment sent to beseige Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy.
2. Release all Police assigned to investigate Butthurt On The Internet, Graffiti, Nasty Words on the Tram and other kinds of "Hate Speech" - reassign them to lower priority terror cases.
3. Immediately halt all MENA immigration until a later time.
4. Send undercover agents to Mosques rather than hope for warnings from Muslims.

208 someone else   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 3:16pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

TwoScoopsMcGee says

Release all Police assigned to investigate Butthurt On The Internet, Graffiti, Nasty Words on the Tram and other kinds of "Hate Speech" - reassign them to lower priority terror cases.

Lol, this is the best one.

209 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jun 7, 3:58pm   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

TwoScoopsMcGee says

Ways for British police to marshal more resources:

Ways for Britain to marshal more police resources:
1) quit funding schools that promote Islam, divert that money to anti-terror police;
2) end polygamous family dole with a one-year notice period, during which recipients can choose either or both of the following:
a) free ticket to Mecca on condition they can never come back;
b) renounce polygamy and the polygamous dole, and comply instead with British law.
In fairness to others not on the dole, offer everyone a free ticket to Mecca on condition that anyone going there can never return to Britain under any circumstances. It would cost a bit in the short term, but save money in the long term.

210 APOCALYPSEFUCK_is_ADORABLE   ignore (5)   2017 Jun 7, 4:17pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

There's a way to settle this without fire arms.

Every mosque in the world can stay open, but they have to serve beer, bacon sandwiches and ban clothes on the bar maids.

Otherwise their members will have to be beaten to death with hammers and the abandoned mosques will be turned into gastropubs, exactly as Allah intended

211 MMR   ignore (0)   2017 Jun 7, 5:33pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

TwoScoopsMcGee says

Send undercover agents to Mosques rather than hope for warnings from Muslims.

That's kind of like hoping hell to freeze over but some people here can't grasp that

212 BayAreaObserver   ignore (1)   2017 Jul 7, 2:19am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Qatar crisis raises questions about what constitutes a ‘terrorist’ in the Middle East

A diplomatic stand-off between Qatar and four other Arab nations that accuse it of sponsoring terrorism has turned a spotlight on an opaque network of charities and prominent figures freely operating in the tiny Gulf country.

It also raises questions about what constitutes a “terrorist” in the Middle East.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain have released a list of two dozen groups and nearly 60 individuals that they allege have been involved in financing terrorism and are linked to Qatar.

The allegations levelled against Qatar cut both ways.

In the UK this week, a right wing think tank released a study alleging Saudi Arabia has spent £67 billion (US$87 billion) to export its austere Wahhabi interpretation of Islam around the world. The report by the Henry Jackson Foundation has increased pressure on the British government to make public a study on Saudi Arabia’s role in inciting extremism in Britain.

The quartet list also names Kuwaiti national Hajjaj al-Ajmi, who is sanctioned by the US for allegedly raising funds that led to the procurement of weapons for al-Qaida-linked fighters in Syria. The UAE and its allies say he raised some of that money through a Qatar-based fundraising campaign, but he appears to be living in Kuwait.

More: http://www.scmp.com/news/world/middle-east/article/2101729/qatar-crisis-raises-questions-about-what-constitutes

213 BlueSardine   ignore (3)   2017 Jul 7, 5:40am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

This is the belly of the beast.
The more you let in, the fewer resources you have to monitor them, the easier it is for the bad apples to plan and execute..

BayAreaObserver says

The crude nature of their attack has seen police admit “the threat has changed” and prompted a review of how police are forced to prioritise among 500 current investigations with over 3000 subjects of interest in the UK alone.

214 BlueSardine   ignore (3)   2017 Jul 7, 5:42am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

eventually you will be overwhelmed by the sheer number of immigrants, and then overrun by their offspring who have not assimilated...
Invasion from the outside, victory from within..

215 BlueSardine   ignore (3)   2017 Jul 7, 5:45am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

If this continues trump will have been proven right.
The west does not want freedom anymore.

216 BlueSardine   ignore (3)   2017 Jul 7, 5:51am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

buy up all sources of halai food, then cease production or triple prices to force action within the muslim community.
people gotta eat, and if they are forced to eat what is prohibited by islam, eventually it will fall off it's pedestal, along with the sharia shit...

TwoScoopsMcGee says

Ways for British police to marshal more resources:

217 BlueSardine   ignore (3)   2017 Jul 7, 5:53am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

special tax on immigrants wages to pay for monitoring the bad ones.
they will weed out the bad ones themselves.

curious2 says

TwoScoopsMcGee says

Ways for British police to marshal more resources:

218 someone else   ignore (0)   2017 Jul 7, 6:11am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

BayAreaObserver says

In the UK this week, a right wing think tank released a study alleging Saudi Arabia has spent £67 billion (US$87 billion) to export its austere Wahhabi interpretation of Islam around the world. The report by the Henry Jackson Foundation has increased pressure on the British government to make public a study on Saudi Arabia’s role in inciting extremism in Britain.

Saudi Arabia is the core of the problem.

219 curious2   ignore (1)   2017 Jul 7, 12:00pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Patrick says

Saudi Arabia is the core of the problem.

It is as Churchill warned nearly a century ago. He called Islam a "retrogade force," and Wahhabi Islam an even worse subset, and identified the House of Saud by name as "very dangerous." He said the Saudi Wahhabis "hold it as an article of duty, as well as of faith, to kill all who do not share their opinions and to make slaves of their wives and children." American foreign policy erred terribly in empowering the House of Saud, but Petrodollar baksheesh and deficit spending enabled by Nixon's deals have so deeply corrupted America's capital city that hardly anyone dares question it.

222 Rew   ignore (0)   2017 Jul 7, 7:53pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (1)     quote        

A bear, a buffoon, and a fractured union.

Germany may well be the country my sons are working to protect in the next World War.

Poland, as always, you are fucked.

223 BayAreaObserver   ignore (1)   2017 Jul 13, 2:34pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Kashmiri separatists planning chemical attacks, clips reveal. Indians have reason to worry after a national TV channel aired an audio clip on Wednesday revealing a terrorist plan to use chemical weapons against security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.

The revelation comes after a terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims that killed seven in Batingoo, near Anantnag, late on Monday.

Talks intercepted in June by Indian security agencies and accessed by News 18 point to a plot by the Kashmiri separatist group Hizbul Mujahideen to use chemical weapons to inflict heavy casualties on security forces.

In the audio clip, a Hizbul member is heard telling his Pakistani handler that the terror group is in possession of deadly weapons.

Killing four or five Indian soldiers or cops in grenade attacks is not enough, he says: the damage should be far more severe and a chemical attack is likely to occur in Jammu and Kashmir any time after Eid.

More: http://www.atimes.com/article/kashmiri-separatists-planning-chemical-attacks-report-says/

224 zzyzzx   ignore (2)   2017 Jul 25, 11:04am   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

This is what in Spain happens when someone screams "Allah Akhbar" and has a knife out:

225 Strategist   ignore (1)   2017 Jul 25, 11:21am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

BayAreaObserver says

Kashmiri separatists planning chemical attacks, clips reveal. Indians have reason to worry after a national TV channel aired an audio clip on Wednesday revealing a terrorist plan to use chemical weapons against security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.

The revelation comes after a terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims that killed seven in Batingoo, near Anantnag, late on Monday.

Islamic terrorists have always used every weapon they have managed to get their hands on. If they manage to inflict severe harm with chemical weapons, it won't be long before Time Square NY becomes a cemetery. These freaks must be stopped at all costs anywhere in the world. Hunt them down, capture them, interrogate them, torture them, and shoot them.

226 BayAreaObserver   ignore (1)   2017 Sep 6, 4:56pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)     quote        

Terrorism and the copycat effect

A new study says the more the media covers terrorism, the more we inspire copycat attacks. What's at work? Is it a conscious plan by terrorists or the psychological phenomenon known as the Werther effect?

The conclusion of the study is clear: Through our daily coverage of news events, we journalists have the power to decide over the lives of others. Or to be precise: Our articles and reports can kill.

Most often it's with reports about terrorist attacks, with pictures of the victims and the perpetrators, speculation about motives, background analysis, emotive language - and all this, preferably, on the front page.

Michael Jetter, an economics specialist at the University of Western Australia in Perth, has been researching the relationship between the media and terrorism. Jetter's recently published study involves 61,000 acts of terrorism in 200 countries, ranging from the years 1970 to 2012, and the coverage of those events in the US daily newspaper The New York Times.

The results suggest a correlation between the number of attacks and the intensity of the media coverage - to the extent that every new report about an attack increases the number of attacks in the following week by 1.4 times.

Is that really possible?

Jetter says his test proves it: "You see it on days when the coverage is about a hurricane and not about al-Qaida, that there are fewer attacks in the following week."

And it could be down to simple psychology.

More: http://www.dw.com/en/terrorism-and-the-copycat-effect/a-40367196
Link to study cited in article: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0047272717301214

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