So. It was a bomb. (Several) It was an act of terror. It was a Muslim who was “vetted” by the authorities and welcomed into the USA from his home country, Afghanistan.
Trump has spoken out on this and called it right at the time when cringing liberals like De Blasio and Cuomo were telling us it was merely an “intentional” act. (To be fair to Hillary Clinton, she appears to have spelt through it all!) I am glad that Rahami has been captured, alive, and trust he is given the harshest treatment available.
This morning comes the news that the latest Islamic Terrorist has been captured after a shoot out with police. Nice work by law enforcement, and thankfully no one was killed in the attack. In the early hours and days there are usually confirming reports. No doubt we’ll have some here. He is an Afghan who reportedly became an American citizen. I trust they will throw the book at him.
France has been chiselled out from within by importing a death cult that has now gained sufficient momentum to challenge the 5th Republic. Just think about this stat for one moment if you will…
One in four French Muslims support an ultra-conservative form of Islam which forces women to wear full-face veils, a study has found.’Islam is for them a way of asserting themselves on the margins of French society,’ the report found, noting that most people in that group approved of the burqa and of polygamy, which is permitted by Islam.
If this poll is accurate, that means France has well over ONE MILLION radical Muslims out to impose their ways on France. See the problem? It will be Jihad in perpetuity until one side prevails. I’m betting it won’t be the wake kneed vacillating French.
Well then, it’s been a busy day for those carrying out acts of terror intentional acts of violence in the USA.
A St. Cloud mall was on lockdown for several hours Saturday night after a suspect stabbed eight people, according to police. It happened just after 8 p.m. There were eight victims with stab wounds, police said. Seven were treated and released and one remains in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to police. Police said the suspect, dressed in a private security uniform, made a reference to Allah and asked one victim if they were Muslim. An off-duty police officer from another jurisdiction confronted the suspect and fatally shot him, police said. <The Mall is a gun-free zone>
New York authorities confirm that 29 people were treated and released from hospitals for injuries following an explosion in Manhattan on Saturday night.
Within minutes, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio advised us;
New York City’s mayor said an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan Saturday night that injured 29 people was an “intentional act.”
What? Did he think it might be an accidental prank? What sort of idiocy is this from De Blasio?
Governor Andrew Cuomo described the bombing as terrorism regardless of its ultimate motive or perpetrator. “There is no link at this time at this preliminary stage to international terrorism.”
I see. I guess we can rule out the IRA then? Cuomo is also avoiding the muslim elephant in the Big Apple Room.
But just blocks away from the first explosion, which injured 29 people, another “suspicious device” was found according to CNN. The device, according to CNN, was “a pressure cooker with dark colored wiring protruding, connected by silver duct tape to what appears to be a cell phone.”
I see. Probably the work of a well meaning clock designer?
A deadly pipe bomb exploded along a route where thousands of runners were due to take part in a charity run in Jersey.
More than one thousand spectators, including war veterans and small children, had gathered just a few blocks from the blast in Jersey Shore town on Saturday afternoon.
Two unexploded pipe bombs were found in a garbage can near the event 5km run which sought to raise money for marines and sailors.
Relax. Commander-in-Chief wannabe Sick Hillary showed a dynamic response to all these acts of Intentional violence…
Andrew McCann, formerly of this parish and much missed, posted this earlier today on his Facebook page and he has agreed for me to share it with you. As always it is erudite and passionate. Do give it a read.
“Two years ago today, the SNP was on the brink of destroying the constitutional fabric of the UK as we had known it. One the eve of the Scottish referendum, I attended a rally in support of the Union in City Square, Leeds. I would hazard a guess there were about 170 – 200 people in attendance. Two days later, when the decisive (and it WAS decisive, irrespective of what the leadership of the SNP thinks) was announced, Unionists across the country breathed a great sigh of relief. Richard and I even celebrated with a slap-up Italian meal at Gianni’s Brio restaurant in Harrogate.
Fast forward to the present and I think I speak for a large majority of people in England who now have a somewhat schizophrenic attitude to the Union. Yes, we want it to continue and prosper, but not at the expense of the well-being of the rest of us. The Brexit result has brought a new cleavage in British politics into sharp focus, keenly exploited by those who want to break-up the country. There is now a clamour from separatists in both Scotland and Northern Ireland for referendums on leaving the UK to preserve their status in the EU.
With respect to the politicians of both these aforementioned parts of the UK, there is a highly parochial attitude that has emerged since the June referendum on the EU. Despite participating in what was clearly a nationwide vote with a nationwide mandate, certain groups think now of little other than Scottish and Northern Irish exceptionalism. It’s almost as if they like to pretend the UK doesn’t even exist anymore. Well it does. And what increasingly angers people – especially in the English regions – is how the loudest voices from both places emanate from politicians whose stock-in-trade is a visceral hatred for the very concept of Britishness, but whose hatred never stops them from prospering from the very lavish funding both places enjoy courtesy of the Barnett Formula. Let me give you some examples. Read the rest of this entry »
THEY’RE everywhere. A pipe bomb exploded in New Jersey yesterday on the course of a charity run. Last night 29 people were injured when a pressure-cooker bomb exploded in New York. Another similar device was found and taken away.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has helpfully stated that it was an “intentional” act, while stating it’s not clear if terror is involved. That’s a progressive for you. I should think that terror is inherent in planting bombs on streets, whoever did it.
Somewhat overshadowed is a stabbing rampage in a St Cloud, Minnesota shopping centre at the time of the explosion in New York. A crazy Norwegian was shot dead after giving it the “allahoo akbar” and stabbing eight infidels. Apparently he asked his victims if they’re muslims. Or maybe that’s Norwegian. Either way, a “no” is bound to offend and we don’t want that.
I dunno. Maybe Trump is the wise one around here, asking for a pause before importing crazy Norwegians. Then again this might be a false flag, committed by Trump supporters, as someone’s probably alleging right about now on Twitter.
Anyone who has read my views on Obama over the years will know I hold him in absolute contempt for proving me wrong. Yes, wrong. You see I was convinced that the Democrats could never have a President who was as useless as Jimmy Carter. Obama proved that theory absolutely wrong.
At no time, however, was I interested in his place of birth, and the whole “birther” argument was of no interest to me. It’s what he stood for that bothered me, not where he hailed from.
THAT said, I see Trump is now being attacked by Fainting Hillary’s upright supporters for saying that he believed Obama was indeed born in the USA, despite the claims of……er…well, Michelle Obama.
She obviously mis-spoke, a bit like when Fainting Hillary decided millions of Americans were a basketful of despicables.
And TALKING of Clinton, let’s remember who WAS pushing the Birther argument back in 2008….
Patti Solis Doyle, who was Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager in 2008 until the Iowa caucuses, admitted on Friday that a Clinton campaign staffer had, in fact, circulated the Birther conspiracy theory that Barack Obama was born outside the U.S. and therefore potentially ineligible to serve in the presidency. Doyle made the admission on Twitter, as she responded to former George W. Bush spokesman Ari Fleischer. Fleischer said that Clinton’s staff had spread the rumor. Doyle said that was a “lie” — but admitted, in the same tweet, that she had fired the “rogue” staffer who had used email to spread the Birther conspiracy theory.
Gosh – so the Clinton campaign team were indulging in these lurid fantasies in 2008. How dreadful.
“Pope: welcoming refugees helps keeps us safe from terrorism,” Associated Press, September 17, 2016
Well, that’s a relief, I can tell you and I am sure the friends and next of kin of Father Jacques Hamel will be comforted with that news. Remember him Pope Francis? Throat slit at the altar by two of those who keep us safe.
Politicians lecturing football managers on corruption? LOL. Pot, kettle, black #bbcqt
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