Wednesday, 31 August 2011

What the Muslim really thinks .

MEMRI: Senior Official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad: If We Come to Power, We will Launch a Campaign of Islamic Conquests to Instate Shari’a Worldwide: ‘The Christian is Free to Worship His God in His Church, but if the Christians Make Problems for the Muslims, I Will Exterminate Them’

On August 13, 2011, the Egyptian daily Roz Al-Yousef published an interview[1] with Sheikh ‘Adel Shehato, a senior official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ), who, on March 23, 2011, was freed from prison in the wake of the Egyptian revolution. He was imprisoned in 1991 upon returning from a three-year sojourn in Afghanistan.

In the interview, Shehato expressed complete opposition to democracy “because it is not the faith of the Muslims, but the faith of the Jews and Christians.” He said that although the youth of the Arab revolutions have not declared the implementation of shari’a as one of their goals, the mujahideen nonetheless identify with their aspiration to overthrow the Arab rulers, whom they had always considered “infidels who must be killed because they do not rule according to the shari’a.” He added, however, that “once Allah’s law is applied, the role of the people will end and Allah will reign supreme.” He went on to say that although he supports Al-Qaeda’s ideology, shari’a law would not be enforced by violence but by da’wa (preaching), whereas violence would be used only against the infidel Arab rulers.

Shehato said that if the mujahideen came to power in Egypt, they would launch a campaign of Islamic conquests aimed at subjecting the entire world to Islamic rule. Muslim ambassadors would be appointed to each country, charged with calling upon them to join Islam willingly, but if the countries refused, war would be waged against them. He also described the nature of the Islamic state to be established in Egypt: there would be no trade or cultural ties with non-Muslims; tourist sites at the pyramids, the Sphinx, and Sharm Al-Sheikh would be shut down “because the tourists come [there] to drink alcohol and fornicate,” and all tourists wishing to visit Egypt would be required to comply with the conditions and laws of Islam; all art, painting, singing, dancing, and sculpture would be forbidden, and all culture would be purely Islamic.

Our stupid politicians are praising the "Arab Spring" , that moderately reasonably leaders are being replaced by the most extreme of Islamic terrorists ; the thing is they do not give a damn . The Tundra Tabloids picked upon this diatribe from what Cameron would call a moderate Muslim ; this is their true aim .

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Lessons can be learned .

Stormbringer , over at "Sean Linnane , posted a most insightful article about the inability of Englishmen to defend themselves .


If you want to see what a disarmed society looks like, look no further than England.

Thousands of angry, drunk, violent thugs running wild and stealing anything they can carry. Shopkeepers and homeowners crippled with fear, unable to defend their loved ones or their property. Innocent citizens forced to watch helplessly while their life’s dreams — everything they worked so hard to build and acquire — are carried out the door, or smashed to pieces, or burned to the ground.

Men, women and children forced to strip naked in the streets, while packs of criminals laugh and ridicule them before making off with their clothing.

The fact is, when British politicians stripped their citizens of their God-given right to self-defense, they robbed them of their freedom and their dignity.

Sales of baseball bats are up over 5,000% on This isn’t to mark the beginning of little league season. These are desperate homeowners and shopkeepers purchasing the best - and in reality, only - self-defense tool that the British government will allow them to own . . . at least for now.

If past is prologue, this flood of baseball bats into London will spark cries from government leaders for mandatory bat registration and a wave of new laws on how, when, and under what circumstances British citizens may carry or swing a bat. After all, this is exactly how British citizens lost their gun rights.

First came mandatory gun licensing. Next came a wave of restrictions on firearms ownership. Then came the outright gun bans.

It has been illegal to own a handgun in Britain for nearly 15 years. As a result, Britain’s violent crime rate has soared. In fact, Britain consistently clocks-in with the highest violent crime rate in all of Europe. Last week’s riots notwithstanding, you are six times more likely to be mugged in London than in New York. These are the inconvenient statistics that the gun-ban crowd likes to sweep under the rug.

As if banning handguns didn’t send a strong enough message to criminals that British citizens are ripe for the picking, the British government went even further in 1999.

Recall the tragic story of Tony Martin, the British farmer who was awakened one night to the sound of breaking glass and found two burglars in his home. Martin had been robbed six times before. This time, he went downstairs, retrieved a shotgun, and fired at the intruders.

For this, Martin received life in prison for killing one of the burglars, ten years for wounding the other thug, and one additional year for possession of an unregistered shotgun. The wounded burglar served just 18 months of a three-year sentence and was given $5,000 in legal assistance from Britain’s Legal Services Commission so he could sue Martin for violating his civil rights.

Read more HERE

I remember the Rodney King riots in 1992, in L.A., which were basically race riots much like what has taken place over in London. I remember how the urban blacks turned on the businesses in their own neighborhoods and sacked them, much like what we have seen in London, last week. Chic psychologists will tell you that of course a mob has no brain; it is sheer violence and primal id, unleashed. What really happens is the poor classes sense a source of entertainment, and an opportunity to loot, get free stuff - the looters in L.A. were crying out, "It's Christmastime! It's Christmastime!"

L.A. 1992

I also remember how the businesses of the local Korean shopkeepers became a prime target of choice - because the urban blacks, in a twisted logic - view the Koreans as keeping them down via their success. When I first came to America I did what work was available, and the urban blacks I worked with told me themselves: "The Orientals are willing to do any job no matter how hard or how low and for half the price. They live ten or twenty to a two room apartment, packed in their like sardines and save money that way, start buying up all the beat up run-down real estate. Then the Orientals become the landlords in the poor areas, and the Orientals run the cash registers."

I can hear it now - I'm going to be called a racist for daring to say the above. Whatever - the very word 'racism' has been made meaningless by the people who throw it out at the drop of a hat. I call it the way I see it, and being in a bi-racial marriage makes it even more meaningless when thrown at me. What took place in the U.K. was in fact a series of race riots, first in London and then it spread to Birmingham and Manchester; where mostly African and West Indian blacks targeted the whites but more especially the East Indian shopkeepers, who are fastidious merchants and restauranteers. This phenomenon is a kind of racism where one minority targets another minority.

England, 2011

But that is not my point.

My point is that in when these kind of race riots occurred in L.A., the only shops that
survived the savage onslaught were in fact the very establishments that were targeted as primo pickings: the Korean businesses, because of the sentiments expressed above. And the reason why they survived is because the Koreans are very organized; every Korean community has a Korean Association, and almost every Korean businessman has served in the ROK military, and as any American who has pulled duty in the Republic of Korea will tell you, ROK soldiers are the toughest on Earth and THEY DO NOT F*CK AROUND.

The Korean merchants of East L.A. armed themselves with their legally-acquired AR-15s, Mini-14s and Remington 870s, and manned their grocery stores and laundromats. When the looters came to Korea Town, they were met by volleys of rifle and shotgun fire.

I toured the riot-hit neighborhoods of East L.A. and downtown Hollywood not long after the riots and saw for myself the damage the inhabitants had brought upon themselves. What stood out was the Korean businesses. There were some broken windows and some incidental fire damage from adjacent structures, but it was remarkable to see these islands of civilization amongst the rubble and the burnt out storefronts.

Moral of the story: arm yourself with as many guns as you can get your hands on and keep them as close to yourself as possible. The right to self-defense is derived from Deity, it is natural law, and the way it is expressed in the Constitution reads: " . . . shall not be infringed . . ."

What took place in the U.K. last week is vivid example of how the Road to Hell is paved with good intentions. Be
very distrustful of any politician who expresses any kind of sentiment toward the restriction or registration of gun ownership because now we see where it leads.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it . . . STORMBRINGER SENDS

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Thursday, 4 August 2011

Why the hell are we still in the EU .

I repost this excellent work from " Eye on Britain(2) "blog , with full credits :

EU demands that Britain admit immigrants intending to go straight on to welfare

The European Commission may finally have hit on an issue that jerks Britain from its euro-torpor – an issue that simultaneously presses the buttons of border control, welfare abuse and Brussels intrusiveness. Whether from hubris, power-hunger or from sheer stupidity, Eurocrats are demanding that Britain stop asking immigrants to show that they won’t immediately start accessing the social security system.

As the law stands, people wishing to settle in Britain must demonstrate that they have the means to support themselves, either through work or through an alternative source of income such as a pension. The European Commission claims that this amounts to discrimination against EU citizens, who are supposed to enjoy the same rights as British nationals.

In fact, as so often happens, Eurocrats are disregarding the plain text of their own rules. Article 7(1) of the Free Movement Directive gives EU citizens the right to reside in another member state only if they have “sufficient resources for themselves and their family members not to become a burden on the social assistance system of the host Member State”.

In order to get around this clause, the European Commission is deploying a piece of sheer sophistry. It argues that, if immigrants were able to top up their income with British benefits, they would have “sufficient resources”.

In May, the Supreme Court ruled on the claim of a Latvian pensioner, who had just moved to Britain and had demanded Pension Credit on grounds that her Latvian pension was too small. Although our courts like to rule in favour of immigrants, the law here was so clear-cut that, by 4-1, judges turned her down. If the European Commission were to get its way, she would not only be able to claim Pension Credit, but also council tax and housing subsidies – despite not having paid a penny into the system.

This blog has droned on and on about the way in which the EU is preventing the Coalition from fulfilling its manifesto promises. This ruling – if upheld by the European Court of Justice – would strike down Iain Duncan Smith’s pension reforms. His scheme, which has been warmly applauded across the political spectrum, aims to replace the current complicated system of state pensions with a flat entitlement, available to all pensioners regardless of assets, employment history or past contributions.

Such a scheme, however, depends on a minimum residency requirement. (New Zealand, which operates a system very like the one IDS is proposing, makes payments only to those who have spent at least ten years in the country.) If every EU resident over the age of 66 whose income came to less than £140 a week were able to draw a British pension, the system would be bankrupted. Are we past caring?

e on Britain(2) :SOURCE

The traitorous scum that inhabit the Palace of Westminster care nothing for us , they must go . The People are supposed to be sovereign in this Nation let us remove ourselves from this oppression .

Monday, 1 August 2011

The other side of the African famine .

The Africa they don't show !!

THIS IS the Africa they never show you

Good point following the pictures, be sure to read it the comment on the bottom of the email.

Mansion in Gabon

South Africa

Accra, Ghana

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town again


Union Island South Eastern Africa

Union Island South Eastern Africa



Bejaia, Algeria - North Africa

This is where the equator passes thru in Sao Tome Island , West Africa

Road to Lubango , Angola

Housing estate in Accra , Ghana

Cabo Verde, Cape Verde

Obudu Resort, Nigeria

If you thought the houses in Ghana were spectacular, you would be speechless with this

house in Nigeria ... just another mansion under construction!

Row houses in Nigeria

House in Abuja, Nigeria

Seychelles Island

Kampala, Uganda

South Africa

Aerial view of Annobon Island , Equitorial Guinea ..... beautiful

Yes, we actually enjoy ourselves on the weekends... but the media misconceptions would

have you beleive we all languish in poverty (lol)

Presidential Palace , Ghana

Mansion in Trasacco Valley , Accra , Ghana ... where a number of the wealthy live

House in Accra-Ghana


Tunis, Tunisia

Harare International Airport, Zimbabwe

River Nile in Egypt

Alexandria, Egypt

Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya - Windsor Golf and Country Club with Nairobi skyline in the background

Hilton Hotel, Yaounde-Cameroon

An event being hosted in Ghana

In Ghanaian Tradition a royal is carried by four bearers in a seat as you see in this picture

A hotel in Khartoum, Sudan

The cable cars at the beach in Durban, South Africa

Regular occurance: A sandstorm over Khartoum , Sudan ... after all, it is a city in a desert!

Aerial view of Khartoum , Sudan

The Wave house at Gateway Mall, Durban , South Africa

Mall in South Africa

Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town , South Africa . One of the largest malls in

the Southern Hemisphere and just one of SA's mega malls.

Another inside view of Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town, South Africa .

An outside view of Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town , South Africa .

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

Hurghada - Egypt

National Stadium-Dares Salaam in Tanzania with the practice field right outside

City of Dares Salaam-Tanzania

Surprising modern and upscale isn't it .. so how do you like the real Africa now?

And......why aren't their rich helping their poor, instead of us !

Consistent unflattering media portrayals would have you to believe something entirely

different... e.g. Africa is still some kind of wild, savage and untamed jungle. I wonder

why that is?