Wednesday, October 19, 2016

UK: Liberals cry racist at picture of a soldier wearing camouflage paint

(UK) Liberals are a stain on humanity, they find fault with anything and everything, which is why they have found fault with the British Army after it tweeted a picture of a soldier in the jungle wearing a black (actually it's dark brown) camouflage cream.

Now, before somebody thinks the above is racist, here is a video from the same Exercise:

UK: Musim leader who cried foul play on getting arrested, jailed for life for hit on a mullah

(UK) Khalid Rashad today has been jailed for life for arranging a hit on a fellow Muslim who was found shot dead in his car last year in North London.

Khalid Rashad
48-year-old Abdul Hadi Arwani was found shot to death in his car last April. At the time it was presumed that the Syrian government had carried out the hit. However, diligent investigations by the police revealed that the hitman was actually Jamaican Leslie Cooper who was an associate of Rashad.

 Abdul Hadi Arwani
It seems that Arwani and Rashad had set up a mosque together in Acton, but when the property prices went through the roof, resulting in the value of the mosque quadrupled to over £4 million, Rashad got greedy. He first changed all the locks, leaving Arwani unable to enter a building he paid for, and then replaced Arwani, who was the imam, with another Jamaican who was behind an attempted coup in Jamaica 20 years ago. Arwani in turn turned to the courts in which to challenge Rashad's mosque grab. Rashad, not happy with a legal objection to his financial inspired power grab, decided to turn to murder in which to solve his problems, and so Hadi Arwani was murdered.

In court, Rashad tried to play the victim, claiming he was set up by MI5 when explosives and ammunition were found at his house after he refused to become a spy. However, as mentioned, the police did their homework, including tracing the footsteps of the gun who topped up an unmarked phone to another shop where he topped up his home gas bill. Searching his phone found pictures of him showing off with the murder weapon and communications between him and Rashad.

Which is why both received 32 years minimum behind bars. Seen as Rashad is 63 and Cooper is 38, it would appear that both will never see the light of day as free men again. Oh, hang on, this is the UK, where a couple sentenced to a minimum of 47 years behind bars for murdering a child get to go out on a shopping trip together 5 months into their sentence.

As Rashad is the brother of Christian Liz Mitchell, the lead singer in the 1970s band Boney M, I feel that this Boney M record sums up this story to a tee.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Iraq: The Battle for Mosul (in videos)

(Mosul) Here are a few videos, that I have collated which may help illuminate the battle for Mosul.

Iraq: The Battle for Mosul (in pictures)

(Mosul) They say a picture says a thousand words here's a few thousand then:

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters load a multiple rocket launcher

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters fire a multiple rocket launcher from the top of Mount Zardak,

ancient Assyrian capital of Nineveh, across the Tigris from Mosul under fire

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters take up position on top of Mount Zardak, about 25 kilometres east of Mosul,

Iraqi forces are pictured cheering as they gather at Qayyarah military base, 

Iraqi forces begin the advance on Mosul

 Iraqi forces gather about 60 kilometres south of Mosul

Iraqi security forces stands guard during preparations to attack Mosul

A Iraqi convoy  leaving Kirkuk  for Mosul, 

A car bomb explosion to the  east of Mosul 

Kurdish Peshmerga 

Kurdish Peshmerga 

A member of the US-led coalition stands guard shortly before the start of the offensive

Kurdish Peshmerga forces  advance on Mosul

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters hold a position on the top of Mount Zardak

Iraqi forces advance towards Mosul

Iraq: The Battle for Mosul Begins

(Mosul) It appears that the Islamic Caliphate as promoted by ISIS is going the same way as the Thousand Year Reich. If anything, it is going a lot faster. That said, the battle against these intolerant bastards hasn't been helped by the do-gooders in the West, who whilst remaining silent on the hundreds of thousands killed by Allah's favourite little bigots, go ballistic if the hair of a terrorist is harmed. Which kind of explains why the Russian adventure next door inside Syria is going a lot better. Anyway, the Iraqi army has advanced from the south onto the outskirts of Mosul. From the north, the Kurdish forces are moving in. And in the air, the US reigns supreme. Here is a map (link to interactive map here) of the current situation in the region:

UK: The first Calais children arrive in the UK

(UK) For years the liberal elites in the UK have demanded we take in the thousands of so called Syrian children  camped out in Dover wishing to start a new life in the UK. The fact that they are already in a first world country (France) doesn't seem to matter. To the ethical latte drinkers these children need sanctuary and only by letting them all come to the Uk is what matters, usually under the mantra:
"Its the right thing to do"
The left usually show the pictures like the ones below in which to garner sympathy for their cause:

One group is even taking the UK to court for not allowing asylum seekers in France to come across to the UK. Well today the UK accepted the first tranche of children from Calais. and here are the photos of these very young vulnerable children in need of sanctuary from... France.

Children... Really?

Danish airport, square, shopping center evacuated due to bomb threats

Police give no more details on alert, urge public to stay away from area, but note that no one has been hurt. Also, "refugees welcome!"
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Danish police say they have evacuated an airport, public square and shopping center due to a string of bomb threats.

Police in Roskilde, just west of the Danish capital, Copenhagen, said they evacuated the local airport and a square in the city. They didn’t give any details about the threats Monday but said no one was injured.

Meanwhile, police in Slagelse, about 35 miles southwest of Copenhagen, said they had evacuated a shopping center there after a similar threat. Police urged people to stay away from the downtown area near the shopping center.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Work begins on 'Great Wall of Calais' as Britain forks out £2.5m to stop illegal entries

(Express) BUILDING has begun on the huge blockade dubbed the ‘Great Wall of Calais’ - the 13ft high wall erected to prevent migrants from jumping onto UK-bound lorries.

The massive £2.5m wall, funded from the British public purse, will be completed by the end of the year, according to the Government.

Running 0.6 miles along the motorway leading to the French port at Calais, the wall has been designed to prevent stowaways getting into lorries or getting into the road.

The Home Office said the wall will stop migrants using projectiles in attempts to “disrupt, delay or even attack vehicles approaching the port”.

On Saturday, the first of the concrete panels which make up the wall were moved into place.

Construction began after a legal challenge to stop the process mounted by the Calais mayor was overruled by the local administration.

Natacha Bouchart initially favoured a wall but then said there was no need for one because the French government had promised to close down the Jungle camp.

The Road Haulage Association, which represents UK truck drivers, also came out against the project.

The company said the money should be used on safety measures.

Spokeswoman Kate Gibbs said: “Money would be much better spent on boosting security along the approach road.

“This is being called the Great Wall of Calais but what good will it do?

“We are telling our drivers not to stop within 150 miles of Calais so they are not targeted by migrants.'

Robert Goodwill, immigration minister, said in September the wall would halt the flow of migrants and keep drivers safe.

In July official figures showed that one migrant is caught trying to sneak into the UK every six minutes – with 84,088 detentions at our borders last year

This month, unaccompanied migrant children from the Jungle began arriving in Britain.

The Calais prefecture confirmed that two dozen unaccompanied minors were already bound for a new life in Britain, where they had family members.

A spokesman said: “Five Syrian minors and one Afghan minor have just been transferred to the United Kingdom.”

The children have been living in squalid conditions in the camp, which houses up to 10,000 migrants from Africa, the Middle East and Asia.