Saturday, March 19, 2016


One of the terrorists who plotted the murders in Paris last year has been captured in Brussels:
After an intense four-month manhunt across Europe and beyond, police on Friday captured the top fugitive in the Paris attacks in the same Brussels neighborhood where he grew up.

Salah Abdeslam was shot in the leg and detained by police during a raid in Molenbeek, said Ahmed El Khannouss, the neighborhood’s deputy mayor.

[...] Brussels-born Abdeslam, 26, was among the attackers who killed 130 people at a rock concert, the national stadium and cafes on Nov. 13 in Paris.
In addition to Abdeslam, the whereabouts of two Paris attack suspects remains unknown, including fellow Molenbeek resident Mohamed Abrini and a man known under the alias of Soufiane Kayal.

Friday’s caputure of Abdeslam comes after Belgian authorities say they found his fingerprints in an apartment raided earlier this week in another Brussels neighborhood.

In that raid, a man believed to have been an accomplice of Abdeslam — Mohamed Belkaid — was shot dead, Belgian prosecutors say. But two men escaped from the apartment, one of whom appears to have been Abdeslam.

Federal prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt said it was possible Abdeslam had spent “days, weeks or months,” in the apartment.
And Belgian authorities were presumably ignorant until recently. I assume he'll be seriously interrogated now, and his trial better be as public as possible. Everyone has the right to know what kind of repellent, satanic monsters made their way into western society, and the devastation they're still hell-bent on inflicting even now.

Friday, March 18, 2016


The UK Independent wrote about the attempt being made now to send back the illegal Muslim interlopers penetrating Europe to Turkey:
The European Union’s planned refugee deal with Turkey is hanging by a thread as leaders meeting in Brussels struggled to agree on how it would work.

The draft scheme aims to reduce the flow of refugees from war zones such as Syria by sending back to Turkey anyone landing illegally in Greece. But it has come under fire from EU leaders and aid agencies for being potentially illegal and impractical. “I am cautiously optimistic, but frankly more cautious than optimistic,” Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, said before the two-day summit began.

Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, who helped strike last week’s Turkish deal, admitted there were “many things to resolve”, but expressed “cautious optimism”.

The 28 EU leaders are hoping to settle their negotiating stance before meeting Turkey’s Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, over breakfast this morning. Ms Merkel says Turkey holds the key to resolving the crisis as it can seal the main route used by the 1.4 million asylum seekers who have landed in the bloc since January last year.

David Cameron said he welcomed the plans to send migrants back to Turkey, as it would foil people smugglers. He added that because Britain is not in Europe’s passport-free Schengen area, it will not offer visa-free travel to Turks. “We maintain our own immigration policy,” he said.
One that's actually rather dreadful, I would think, seeing how many Muslims they already have living there. Those EU leaders who're against sending back the invaders should be ashamed of themselves and prove why the EU is only devastating the continent.

All that aside, does anybody really think Turkey wants to take back the interlopers? You can be sure they don't, and neither Merkel nor anybody else should be optimistic they will. These are the Islam-derived plans Turkey, among other Muslim countries, had in the first place, and they won't give up on them.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016


Aaron Teitelbaum has again scapegoated Israel:
A months-long terror wave that has left hundreds of Israelis wounded and dead brought the ultra-Orthodox Rabbi of Satmar to say: "We are crying every day over the dead and wounded for which the [Jewish] settlers are to be blamed."
Here's a further explanation for this type of anti-Israel delegitimization:
According to the Talmud, God had Israel take two oaths: That they will "storm the wall" [immigrate en masse to Israel] and will "not rebel against the nations" [the nations should approve the Jewish state]. In a nutshell, for the Satmars these two oaths mean that the promises regarding the ingathering of the Jews to the Land of Israel speaks of a miraculous event spearheaded by King Messiah.

From this perspective, the settlements in Judea and Samaria, deemed illegal by the international community, are viewed as breaching the oath compelling Israel not to "rebel." Loss of Jewish life is a tragedy, doubly so when it is caused by "rebellious" Jews who are under divine judgment.

The Satmars' interpretation of what is known as the "three oaths" is rejected not only by secular Jews, but also by most Orthodox and non-Orthodox religious Jews. Moreover, though far from being self-hating Jews, the Satmars' blaming of Israelis for their own suffering puts them effectively in the camp of those who are calling for Israel's demise.
And that's why they're such a repellent clan. For one who take up an isolationist lifestyle, the irony is that they go by a belief that Jews should obey the dictates of strangers who have no business telling others how to run their lives. Worse, they practically condone anti-semitism with their selfish positions. If they're among the ones trying to buy out neighborhoods in Toms River, New Jersey, just so they can turn it into another enclave where living standards end up being low, then I fully back the residents who now oppose them. At best, they've been welfare moochers, and at worst, they're an anti-Israelist's best crony. No sane person should be doing them favors.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016


The police in Belgium have raided the hideout of a jihad cell that was linked to the attacks in France, and there's been some shooting. At least one terrorist so far was killed, and good riddance to all jihadists who were taken down.

Monday, March 14, 2016


Or, more precisely, that they were socialists. Once more, Marz has tested people's limits of endurance for his narrow brain by refusing to accept what the word "Nazis" stood for:

So now, he won't recognize that the name was an abbreviation of National Socialists in Germany. Or that they were, in that sense, left-wing. And he probably won't even come to terms with the double standard they had on moneymaking, so long as they were the ones profiting. This even included a scheme to bankrupt British economy with counterfeit monetary notes. They even paid German mothers to bear children for building an army/society of darkness.

But why is Marz bringing this up? No, he may not be a socialist per se himself. But, that's still no excuse for denial of facts.

Still, this gives a good clue to how much respect he really has for Silver/Bronze Age stories from comicdom where communism was depicted negatively, and hints ever more that he's just in this gig for money, not dedication to sincere principles. He's the kind of leftist who simply cannot handle facts in life and history, and his past career in journalism may have what to do with his stubborn, selfish attitude.


It looks like the dhimmitude of Merkel and her ilk has cost them some space in the latest election (Hat tip: Accuracy in Media):
An upstart German party stunned Chancellor Angela Merkel Sunday, winning three state elections by campaigning against the refugee policy which has flooded the European nation with more than 1 million immigrants.

The Alternative for Germany (AFD) had run against Merkel’s open border policy for refugees, and won support from defectors from Merkel’s party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) as well as other members of the democratic center. The election is the latest indication that the open borders policy is hurting Merkel, who 48 percent of Germans want to see resign, according to a poll.

"We are seeing above all in these elections that voters are turning away in large numbers from the big established parties and voting for our party," AFD leader Frauke Petry said.

They "expect us finally to be the opposition that there hasn't been in the German parliament and some state parliaments," she added.

The AFD did best in Saxony-Anhalt in what used to be East Germany, a poor state that has fewer Muslims than any of the 16 other German states. It garnered 24.4 percent of the vote here, coming in second behind the Christian Democratic Party and ahead of the historically strong Social Democratic Party, a member of the national coalition with Merkel’s CDU.
That's what could be expected when their response to the mass sexual assaults of recent by Muslims turns out to be very weak. Alas, don't expect Merkel and company to apologize for failure to condemn the Islamofascism that led to this so easily. One more reason why her resignation would be for the best. If Merkel can't lead, she cannot remain in office. She demonstrates why some women cannot be relied on to run good policies.