Swedish Teen Girls Riot Over Call for ‘Sluts’ on Instagram

December 18, 2012

Sweden: model liberal democracy, or teen social-media slut-riot hell? Today in Gothenburg, dozens of Swedish teens barricaded a high school, throwing bottles and attacking passers-by, over an anonymous Instagram account that had “asked for tips on sluts in Gothenburg.”

What the media refuses to tell you: Sweden is full of rioting sluts.

h/t lolkatz


Zmedia watches Israel’s peaceful housing protest.Zmedia thinks it’s z sign they were waiting4.Meanwhile #LondonRiots

August 19, 2011
BBC = Bullshit Burns Community
…Derrick Jensen, allegedly even believes those who destroy the environment should be summarily executed: “If it were up to me, all the people associated with the Gulf oil spill, which is murdering the Gulf, would be executed. That would be part of the function of a state,” said Jensen. In addition to Jensen, the two other environmentalists interviewed in the article – Lierre Keith, and Aric McBay — have spearheaded a fringe movement called the “Deep Green Resistance” (with a book of the same name) that calls for “direct attacks on infrastructure” and an annihilation of civilization as we know it.

…The traditional raider saw himself as part of an outside group. The modern raider has global identities that are at odds with the country he lives in. He may see himself as a citizen of the world, a member of the Muslim Ummah, as black or a Marxist or any number of other wider identities. And these identities are more primal than being an Englishman or an American. When he joins a raiding party, it is as a member of one of those groups looting a society whose welfare is of no interest to him. – Sultan Knish

Lebanese protester admits Hezbollah paid him to get shot by the IDF

June 6, 2011

How did The Guardian allow this nugget of truth to pass through their eagle-eyed editors? Agreed, it is published four weeks too late, but still…

The village of Maroun al-Ras was the scene of widespread violence on 15 May when up to 10 demonstrators were shot dead as they rallied near the fence that separates Lebanon and Israel. Up to 1,000 demonstrators arrived at the area in buses to mark “Nakba day”, the Palestinian name for the day Israel was formed in 1948.

One demonstrator who was wounded that day told the Guardian the Lebanese militia Hezbollah had given him $50 to turn up at the border and $900 to have his gunshot wounds treated by physicians. He said he had been planning to return to Maroun al-Ras yesterday until the rally was cancelled.

Why has the media been so reluctant to report on the theatre behind these demonstrations, and the incentive given by Arab leaders to injure or kill demonstrators that they hand-picked? Today’s Syrian border demonstration was broadcast, live, on multiple Israeli TV channels, and the inflated and fake casualties were obvious to all – except, apparently, every single non-Israeli reporter in the area.

(h/t Yerushalimey)

Naksa Riots

June 5, 2011

Despite reports that organizers of protests in Lebanon and Syria had cancelled their protests along the Israel-Syria border, hundreds rushed the border today. Though it is clear that not everyone was part of the group that announced the cancellation. In fact, today’s events are pretty clearly a Syria-sponsored act.
The Reform Party of Syria has released a statement, in which they say people are being paid $1,000 each to show-up and $10,000 to their families should any of them succumb to Israeli fire.  

Quneitra crossing via travelblog.org

The Reform Party of Syria has learned today, from intelligence sources close to the Assad regime in Lebanon, that Syrians storming through the Golan Height next to the Quneitra crossing are Syrian farmers who have migrated in recent years from the drought-stricken northeast Syria to the south. Estimates put the number at 250,000 impoverished migrants. 

Information received cite the regime has paid hundreds of these farmers $1,000 each to show-up and $10,000 to their families should any of them succumb to Israeli fire. In Syria, an average salary is about $200 a month and to these impoverished farmers, such a one-time sum can keep them economically afloat for six months.
Such tactic was used in the past by another defunct Ba’ath Party in Iraq, under Saddam Hussein, to pay Intifada-driven Palestinians the sum of $25,000 to their next-of-kin should they die throwing stones. That measure had a worldwide impact and it seems the Assad regime is using the same play from a twin playbook.

…It is obvious, with this action, Assad wants to divert the attention of the world away from his own massacres and brutality that resulted in some 70 deaths yesterday and about 30 today in Jisr al-Shoghour. RPS expects, on the basis of today’s success, for these operations of incursions to multiply in scope in the near future for two reasons: 1) Divert the attention away from Assad’s barbarism and savageries, and 2) Stand tall again in the eyes of the regime’s supporters whose morale has taken quite a beating the last 3 months because of the violence perpetrated by Assad against unarmed civilians.

CHALLAH @ The Jerusalem Post

Syrian television on Sunday reported that four people were killed and 10 injured along the Syria-Israel border in the Golan Heights near Majdal Shams, reportedly from IDF fire. The IDF spokesperson said that the only information it had on deaths on the border were Syrian reports and therefore, it could not confirm the number of people killed or if there were any deaths.
After several hours of clashes, IDF began allowing Red Cross teams access to the Syrian border area in order to evacuate wounded protesters, Channel 10 reported.
Two armed men were identified near the border fence in Kunetra, on the Syrian side of the border, the IDF Spokesman told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday afternoon.
There was no further official information about he identity of the gunmen, or their proximity to the border but a security official suggested that the men could be Syrian police or army forces
Prior to spotting the armed men, according to the IDF spokesperson, around 150 people managed to cross to the Syrian side of the fence, entering a mined zone between the two fences in the Majdal Shams area.
IDF forces were sending Arabic-language messages through loudspeakers over the border, warning that anyone approaching the fence would be killed.

Reuters has confirmed that the Syrians were throwing stones at the IDF soldiers. The IDF reported that the Syrians were tampering with the border fence. In addition there are reports from the IDF of firebombs being thrown by the Syrians.  It should be noted that the deaths have not been confirmed by any independent observers. The IDF are being cautious regarding any reports stating the number of dead.  
Update: It looks like the rioters knew exactly what was coming.

Muhammad Shchiber, one of the protestors said, “We knew in advance the security forces added more mines and that they will fire at us but we are determined to return despite the heavy fire.”

Here are two videos of the IDF warning the rioters.

In the video on the right the IDF is saying:

Stop! You are breaching an international border. We warn you not to damage security infrastructure. Whosoever attempts to violate Israel’s sovereignty or security infrastructure puts himself in jeopardy. Please return to Syria.

After with the IDF, Brian of London reports:

On the Syrian border the IDF had a three step process:

  1. Verbal warnings in Arabic
  2. Firing in the air
  3. Shoot specific protesters who touch the Israeli border fence in the FEET

In Hebrew the word for foot is a qualified extension of the word for leg so sloppy Hebrew can confuse leg, foot (and even toes). I asked specifically if the IDF Spokesperson meant feet. She said yes: they shot at the feet of protesters.

According to the IDF, Israel had warned Syria via the United Nations.  The IDF is using minimal means to deal with the rioters. IDF prepared to use all means necessary to deal with rioters.
In one incident today, the IDF was asked by the Red Cross for a ceasefire of 30 minutes to evacuate the wounded. The IDF agreed and the Syrians then used the time to attempt to breach the border.  The IDF is again reporting that when they tried to evacuate the wounded, the Syrians attempted to breach the border; they say it is the third time today.
Update:  An anti-tank landmine exploded as protesters attempted to cross into Israel; Multiple injures being reported. The rioters are continuing to approach Israel’s border.  Update: According to the IDFSyrian protesters hurled firebombs @ IDF troops, causing fire & leading to explosion of 4 landmines on Syrian side 

Update: The rioters have stolen Red Cross signs and are hiding behind them as they try to destroy the border fence. 

Update: Syrian state-TV is now reporting that 12 people have been killed and over 225 injured
. Once again, there is no confirmation from an independent observer. Sana (Syrian News Agency) is now reporting that 14 people were killed. In addition, they are claiming that the IDF fired phosphorous bombs. As ElderofZiyon notes: 

Needless to say, the story does not show a single picture of a “martyr”, of bullet holes in an ambulance, or of any life-threatening injuries. 

All of this is highly suspect, but watch to see Western news agencies starting to quote it as if it is true, without qualifications. Or, more likely, the wire services will quote the “death toll” without mentioning the more outrageous claims that make the death count look suspect.

CHALLAH @ Haaretz

Hundreds of Palestinian protesters clashed with Israel Defense Forces soldiers near a key West Bank checkpoint on Sunday, in rallies marking Naksa Day, the defeat of Arab armies by the hand of Israel in the Six-Day War in 1967. 

Near the West Bank city of Qalandiyah, between Jerusalem and Ramallah, IDF soldiers were confronted with hundreds of Palestinian protesters, firing tear gas and demonstration dispersal weaponry. 

…Palestinians demonstrating near Mount Scopus in Jerusalem hurled firebombs at the back of the Hadassah University Hospital. No one was wounded in the incident and there were no reports of damage. 

In Qalandiyah several hundred protesters began marching toward a local checkpoint. Police attempted to disperse those protesters by firing tear gas canisters. 20 protesters were lightly hurt.

CHALLAH @ The Jerusalem Post

Channel 10 reported that protesters threw rocks, Molotov cocktails, and burning tires in the direction of police forces, who responded by firing tear gas and shock grenades. As winds began blowing the gas back at police officers, security forces began firing rubber bullets in an attempt to disperse the demonstration.

Muhammad Khatib, leader of the popular resistance committee in Bilin has been arrested at Qalandiyah.
Channel 2 is reporting that many of the protesters at Qalandia are left-wing activists and not ‘real Palestinians.’
Six people were arrested in the eastern portion of Jerusalem for throwing stones at Israeli security forces. 40 people were injured. In the video on this JPOST article, one of the pro-Palestinian protesters says that they have been under occupation for over 60 years! This would mean that Israel’s entire existence to her is an occupation; rather than Israel’s presence in the territories it gained during the 1967 war.
CHALLAH @ The Jerusalem Post

Inside Jerusalem, demonstrators clashed with border patrols in the neighborhoods of Silwan and Abu Tur, seven people were arrested for throwing rocks.

In Hebron, protesters threw rocks and bottles at a kindergarten in the Beit Hadassah. The children were brought inside and no injuries were reported.

Also in the West Bank, about 40 Palestinians and left-wing activists marched toward the Elon Moreh settlement attempting to break through the village’s gates.

Protesters set a small fire, which was extinguished, and were dispersed.

In Ramallah, a 200-person rally was gathered in Manara Square.

Hundreds of Palestinians also marched in commemoration of the “Naksa” in Gaza’s Beit Hanun.

Obama, Kenya, Odinga, Riots, Deceit, Rape, Murder

November 25, 2010

He never was a Christian, but lying  got the great pretender the throne:

Obama’s “Christian” grandmother wishes he would become a Muslim


In 2008, Grandmama Obama was reported to be a Christian:
From AP, March 5, 2008:

“In the world of today, children have different religions from their parents,” she said. She, too, is a Christian.

In 2009 and again this year, she went to Mecca for the hajj, which Christians don’t do.

Why the deception? And who was behind it? AP? The Obama camp? Someone else? What was its purpose?
In any case, now she is unsatisfied with her grandson’s unstinting solicitude for the Islamic agenda, and wants him to convert outright:
“Barack Obama’s grandmother ‘prays he converts to Islam,’” from the Telegraph, November 25:
At last, some good news:
SUPREME COURT of the UNITED STATES deciding whether to hear arguments on Obama’s eligibililty
Thanks to Barenaked

The Supreme Court of the United States conferred today on whether arguments should be heard on the merits of Kerchner v. Obama, a case challenging whether Barack Obama is qualified to serve as president because he may not be a “natural-born citizen” as required by Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.