“The United Nations charter, to which it is signatory, forbids the acquisition of territory by military conquest. The Geneva Convention of 1949 on the treatment of militarily occupied peoples forbids the transfer of populations from the Occupying Power into the occupied territory… Negotiating with the Israelis over land they are actively stealing is like negotiating with with a glutton over a cake while he is eating it in another room.” – Juan Cole, Middle East scholar.
U.S: Islamist Groups says “We will Impose Sharia on Christians”
France: Muslim veil ban urged for universities
U.S: Three Ohio men accused of defrauding $2 million from food stamp program
Italy: “North Africans” attack police, tell them to leave area
U.S: Muslim on “mission from Allah” fatally stabs store clerk 17 times in California
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio orders deputies to carry AR-15’s at all times
Budget restrictions causes “looming readiness crisis” for armed forces
Constitution meaningless: “So where I can act on my own, I’m going to act on my own. I won’t wait for Congress“
Reducing the number of carrier strike groups from 11 is “almost assured”
Lavabit email service abruptly shuts down citing government interference, “secret court”
Britain’s “Woodland Trust”, a conservation charity, sends me e-mails once in a while which I read with interest but rarely act upon due to the distance involved and my pension income not really permitting any worthwhile financial offerings. Today’s news item is headed “Can you help us save Fingle Woods” in which we are told of the need for 5 million pounds to save an 825 acre section of Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
Jihadists tell Syrian Christians to convert or die
U.S: University tells student to remove “cross” necklace
Egypt: Second Christian killed in Sinai by suspected Muslim extremists
Putin calls for an end to Christian persecution as Obama remains silent
World-wide: Muslim Persecution of Christians – May, 2013. (You can subscribe to this monthly report)
Ten items in this post.
Russian Air Force will be Europe’s most modern by 2020
Israel test-fires nuclear-capable ballistic missile
Iran has new rocket site, ballistic missile tests possible
Philippines buys U.S. ship in response to Chinese aggressiveness
Philippines to move air force, navy camps for faster access to disputed South China Sea areas
“Just when you think the left can’t possibly get more unhinged about the shooting of black Trayvon Martin, the next step in his beatification is getting underway: the hoodie he died in may be acquired for the Smithsonian Institution. This not only will imbue it with an historical civil rights significance, which it has not earned, but will practically accord it the status of a religious relic.”
Stark, raving mad.
I’m not going to offer any comment, I just suggest that you read this.
Thane Burnett’s “Cloning a mammoth: We’ve never been closer” (July 27), and Peter Worthington’s “Cull of the wild” (Jan. 23, 2011) put the deadly threat of extinction for the world’s land and sea animals into horrifying perspective.
Electing the enemy: “The anti-American political philosophies underlying the policies of Barack Hussein Obama can be defined as the juncture of three ideologies: socialism, Islam and opportunistic racism to foster resentment among minority groups and promote race and class conflict as a lubricant for his radical transformation of the United States.”
Examining Black violence: How Obama could have made a difference
The individual States are increasingly telling the feds: Keep out!
Russia & China working to ‘kick the chair out from under the US dollar’
China buying up Detroit dirt cheap: – “Lured by news stories that proclaim that you can buy homes in Detroit for as little as one dollar, Chinese investors are eagerly gobbling up properties. In some cases, this is happening dozens of properties at a time. Not only that, according to the New York Times “dozes of companies from China” are investing in businesses and establishing a presence in the Detroit area.”
U.S: Armed agents kill baby deer in raid
US: Monsanto allowed to increase pesticide level in crops
China: ‘Airpocalypse’ pollution likely here to stay
U.S: 4,600 oil wells ‘at risk of leaking’ in Gulf of Mexico
U.K: Anti-fracking protesters begin ‘day-and-night’ demonstration against plans to start drilling for oil in the English countryside