Monday, November 18, 2019

Iran: The latest on those protests

(Tehran) The protests across Iran continue to grow in intensity as has the clamp down by the mullahs on the people who they claim to represent:

In Shiraz

Holland: Pakistani jailed for 10 years over plot to murder

(The Hague)  Courts in the Netherlands didn’t take too kindly to Junaid I a Pakistani male who went out of his way (from France) in which to murder  politician Geert Wilders when instead of the customary 6 years usually handed down, he was given 10.

Yup the 27 year old potential murderer travelled to the Netherlands in August last year and planned to kill Wilders because of a competition the politician set up which was to feature cartoons of the founder of the Islamic faith Muhammad,  despite it never taking place , Junaid I was so enraged about the loss of his honour, that he actually left his goat behind and set out to extract vengeance Once he had landed he threatened Wilders in a video which he posted on Facebook in which he proclaimed: 
'I will send that dog ... to Hell.'
Problem there was he was no longer in Pakistan, but in Holland, he was picked up and today he was jailed for the next 10 years. No doubt he will claim asylum when released and the dutch will give it him. I've heard that his goat is glad he no longer has to kiss Junaid. 5 times a day. I won't mention the wellington boots.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Johnny Coolcat says hello

I don't know why, but I have taken to Johnnty Coolcat in a bigway

Anybody who is owned by a kitty will have heard that chirp

Turkey: President Erdogan :“Our God commands us to be violent to the kuffar”

(Ankara) On the 25th of October Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended  Friday prayers at the Great Çamlıca Mosque in Istanbul After the prayers, the hafiz of the mosque recited the Koranic Verse Al-Fath, which means “victory, triumph, conquest” in English. Then Erdogan took the microphone, reciting a part of the verse in Arabic and then in Turkish. He told the congregants:

“Our God commands us to be violent towards the kuffar (infidels). Who are we? The ummah [nation] of Mohammed. So [God] also commands us to be merciful to each other. So we will be merciful to each other. And we will be violent to the kuffar. Like in Syria.”
All we hear in the Western media is how Muslims can only be victims in the West how they suffer the worst injustices and that how there is a world wide conspiracy against them. Time and time again we are treated to examples of how Intolerant this faith is, and time and time again  those who expose those lapses amongst the so called faithful are castigated as ...racists. so if any ethical latte drinkers has managed to come across this post, do tell, what you have to say about the message above related to the faithful from the leader oft heir country?

Iran: Mullahs deploy 6000 elite forces in which to quell protests in Tehran

(Tehran)  It appears that folks in Iran are managing to circumnavigate the lack of Internet to the country and new videos which have surfaced show the protests have become bigger with the Mullahs having to deploy over 6000 troops loyal to them and not to the country as a whole:

Iran: Mass protests grip the country.

(Tehran) The Mad mullahs of Iran have spent a lot of the countries oil wealth these past 40 years in promoting their brand of Islam amongst the unbelievers. This it achieves by sowing the seeds of dissent in countries such as : Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain, Yemen, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria in which to allow its proxies to take root. All of the above has cost the Iranians a lot of money. 

As you can see a lot of money (Which was around $16 billion a year in Jan 18)  which could have gone to building a real Shangri-La in the Middle East. Instead Iran is an economic mess, which compounded with nepotism and graft sees Iran mirroring the likes of Venezuela and Nigeria regards living standards for the plebs. Years of sanctions didn't help Iran, but the Iran nuclear deal framework signed in 2015, freed up over $100 billion and yet very little of than money was spent on improving the country, which is why when the US pulled out of that deal last year, the effects really hit home, resulting in the Mullahs having to scrimp and save at home, whilst lavishing their terrorists buddies abroad with loads of cash.The latest of which was a doubling in the price of petrol and the reduction of what you can buy. Not happy, people have taken to the streets on mass in which to protest; Islamic schools have been burnt down,
Roads have been blocked
In response the Mullahs have refused to back down, informing the people that are been played by outside forces and have sent in the troops to violently quell the protesters.

This has been backed up by the mullahs shutting down the entire internet network, in which to stop people communicating what is happening. Currently it is been reported that over 30 people have been killed which kind of explains this.
All of the above tweets and more can be found here

Germany: tells public they have nothing to fear from returning ISIS terrorists

(Berlin)  With the Turkish government repatriating ISIS terrorists who having failed in their attempt to carve a new caliphate of the Middle East found themselves not only homeless but also stateless. The receiving countries face the task of:

 "What do we do with these blood thirsty jihadists"
Whilst the public have expressed they are happy to refuse access to people who simply want to murder death for their religious beliefs , Governments across Europe have signed up to the the UNs human rights laws and so have to treat these terrorists with kids gloves. which is why the first ISIS family landing back on soil  haven't been charged and have simply been allowed to go their own way with the German government issuing a statement to the German people that they have nothing to fear from these presumably peaceful people:

Armin Schuster Germanys  interior policy spokesman insisted that the returnees were not "serious cases," and warned against media-fuelled hysteria.
"They did not take part in the fighting," he told the Deutschlandfunk radio station. "They won't be sent to prison but they have to be kept under surveillance."
Well there you have it, nothing to worry about , until one of them decides to shout out his.her love for Ali's snackbar in public.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Interlude: Danny & The Juniors :At The Hop