Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Syria The problem with ISIS prisoners, which the world has closed its eyes to.

(Syria) ABC news has knocked out a most fascinating program regards the fate of ISIS prisoners, wives and camp followers under lock and key by the Kurds in Northern Syria, Interestingly they juxtapose their fate with that of their former prisoners , which I have never seen before. It explores the reluctance of the Western nations to bare some responsibility of their former citizens and it is a perfect example of how the the ISIS wives have had an image makeover in which to try and make them more appealing to their former countries. 16 mins long but well worth watching.

Burkina Faso: 24 killed during Church service

(Pansi) A Burkina Faso church on the border with Niger was attacked over the weekend resulting in 24 people being killed.

The attack took place on Sunday during a weekly service at a Protestant church in the village of Pansi in Yagha, a volatile province near the border with Niger. This attacks follows the murder of a retired pastor and the abduction of another pastor by gunmen last week in the same area.

UK: Leftwing BBC has lost the plot

(London) Last week I paid out £154 to the BBC so I can legally watch the telly for another year. Currently in the Uk there is a huge movement regards paying out such a sum, especially when the idiots at the BBC do nothing but peddle leftwing propaganda as the news.  When I say left wing propaganda at the BBC , I mean how they openly hate the US, Israel and of course the Uk. If you are white male and heterosexual, you can only be seen as a racist Nazis twat.  So what kind of crap does my £154 purchase: Well here's an article asking the question how should you be addressed gender wise on your email:

Then there was this asking if Vegans (The BBC are really big on pushing a non-meat diet onto the UK) should have their own shelf in the office fridge:

Then there was this outpouring from the BBC, about how somebody who doesn' t identify as either male or female has such a hard time getting a haircut.
I kid you not, that is an actual story from the BBC and due to the anger it generated over how the BBC licence fee is being abused to push out shit like this, the BBC have followed up by stating they have reported people for offensive tweets.

Germany: 8 people shot dead in two Shisha bars

(Hanau) A huge man hunt is currently taking place in Germany after 2 Shisha bars in the Germany town of Hanau were targeted by gunmen resulting in the deaths of 8 people , with another 5 injured.

The first incident transpired at around 10pm local time when eight or nine shots were fired at the “Midnight” shisha bar on Heumarkt in the centre of the town. A dark vehicle was then seen leaving the scene. Soon afterwards, shots were fired at a second shisha bar – the Arena Bar & CafĂ© in Kurt-Schumacher-Platzin the western Kesselstadt district. Police have yet to comment on a motive behind the attack.

The suspect has been found dead at his home, along with the body of a second person, according to police.

Uk: 6 more Pakistanis jailed for child rape

(Huddersfield)  In yet another example of the predatory misogynist paedophilic nature of the Pakistani male in the Uk, 6 males were sentenced today for 55 and a half years in prison after being found guilty of 12 child sex offences, including rape and indecent assault in a string of abuse spanning between 1995 and 2011.

The abuse, which centred on 2 school girls, took place in cars, car parks, parks, hotels and flats, who were groomed by the men ,made to feel special by giving them cigarettes, alcohol and drugs and then farmed out to over 300 others.
Banaras Hussain, Usman Ali, Gul Riaz and Abdul Majid

  • 43 year old Gul Riaz, was sentenced to 15 years after being found guilty of rape and two indecent assaults against one girl and rape against the other
  • 36 year old Abdul Majid, was sentenced to 11 years after being found guilty of raping one victim twice
  • 39 year old Banaras Hussain, was jailed for nine and a half years after being found guilty of raping one of the schoolgirls
  • 34 year old Usman Ali, was convicted of two counts of rape. He was sentenced to  eight years
  • A 36-year-old man, who cannot be named was convicted of one count of rape against one victim. He was jailed for eight years.
  • A 30-year-old man, who cannot be named, was convicted of one count of rape against one victim. He was jailed for four years.
  • A 37-year-old man, who cannot be named, of Huddersfield, is due to be sentenced tomorrow (Thursday) at Leeds Crown Court.
With this sentence , it now means that a total of 34 men have now been convicted following West Yorkshire Police's Operation Tendersea investigation into child sexual exploitation in the town, with prison sentences totalling more than 300 years.  So far, six cases have been heard through the operation, leading to multiple convictions and total sentences of 377 and a half years.  It is the single biggest group of convicted rapists in the same area.

Another trial stemming from the operation is due to start in April.

Friday, February 14, 2020

Interlude:Ryan Paris - Dolce Vita

Friday, February 7, 2020

Interlude::All Saints - Never Ever