Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Uppdrag Granskning: Den svenske terroristen

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Del 13 av 14. Mohamed Belkaid från Märsta var med och koordinerade terrorattackerna i Paris. Nu kan Uppdrag granskning avslöja hans koppling till ett nätverk av extrema jihadister i Sverige. Programledare: Janne Josefsson.

Breitbart News Hits 300 Million Pageviews, 45 Million Uniques Over Last 31 Days

Breitbart News Hits 300 Million Pageviews, 45 Million Uniques Over Last 31 Days

Conservative media giant Breitbart News generated 300 million pageviews and 45 million unique visitors over the last 31 days.

by BREITBART NEWS19 Nov 2016
“Breitbart News’ highly engaged community of readers seek first-in-class conservative news,” said Breitbart CEO and President Larry Solov. “And that’s exactly what we’ve given them.”
With plans for expansion to new international markets underway, Breitbart’s strength across social media continues to swell.
According to social media analytics leader NewsWhip, Breitbart maintains the number onepolitical Twitter and Facebook pages in the world.

“Breitbart’s social media success has been a team effort driven by quality content and the smart use of data analytics,” said Breitbart Social Media Director Wynton Hall.


Breitbart’s next moves include expansions into markets like France and Germany where readers are hungry for center-right, populist news—as well as coverage of topics that resonate with conservative readers. 

Declaração Final de Geert Wilders em seu Julgamento

Guy Millière, Gatestone Institute: Frankrike på gränsen till total kollaps

Frankrike på gränsen till total kollaps

Jonas Fröberg, TT/SvD: ”Kan bli sanktioner om man inte tar emot flyktingar”

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”Kan bli sanktioner om man inte tar emot flyktingar”

Regeringen går med på tillfälliga lättnader för att kommunerna ska klara att ta emot alla nyanlända. Samtidigt hotas de som försöker slippa undan med sanktioner.

Hannity's message to the press: You've been exposed as fake - Fox News

The abusively biased mainstream media continue to prove they are fundamentally incapable of covering President-elect Trump fairly

Charlie Spiering, Breitbart: Donald Trump: Ohio State Attacker ’Should Not Have Been in Our Country’

Donald Trump: Ohio State Attacker ’Should Not Have Been in Our Country’


President-elect Donald Trump set the news agenda again Wednesday morning on Twitter, speaking out about the Ohio State University attacker, Abdul Razak Ali Artan.

“ISIS is taking credit for the terrible stabbing attack at Ohio State University by a Somali refugee who should not have been in our country,” he wrote:

ISIS is taking credit for the terrible stabbing attack at Ohio State University by a Somali refugee who should not have been in our country.

Trump’s message reiterates his previous comments about blocking refugees from Muslim countries from entering the U.S., in an effort to stop homegrown “lone wolf” terror attacks.

Ja till burkaförbud i Nederländerna

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Ja till burkaförbud i Nederländerna

En stor majoritet av ledamöterna i det nederländska parlamentets underhus har röstat för att förbjuda det heltäckande plagget burka i vissa offentliga miljöer, som skolor och sjukhus.


Motionen stöddes av 132 av de 150 ledamöterna, däribland premiärminister Mark Ruttes regeringskoalition.
Lagstiftningen ska godkännas av senaten innan den kan träda i kraft. Lagtrots kan resultera i böter upp till motsvarande 4 100 kronor.

French Republican candidate, Fillon, on Islam and geopolitics

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Robert Spencer, Frontpage Magazine: Muslim Refugee Brings Jihad Terror At Ohio State

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And the Left uses it to call for…gun control.

Ohio State University student Abdul Razak Ali Artan on Monday morning set off a fire alarm on campus, the drove his car into the crowd of students evacuating the building. Then he jumped out of his car and began stabbing people with a butcher knife. In a departure from the usual denial and obfuscation, Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs was refreshingly honest, saying: “I think we have to consider that it is” a terror attack. Leftists took advantage of the occasion to call for gun control, which might have been a cogent argument were it not for one inconvenient detail: Artan didn’t have a gun. But above all, Artan was a “refugee”: the attack vindicates President-elect Trump on Muslim immigration.


Meanwhile, Artan’s attack shows the wisdom of President-elect Trump’s call for a temporary moratorium on immigration from countries that are hotbeds of jihad terror activity. reported that “Artan was a Somali refugee and Ohio State student who left his homeland with his family in 2007. They lived in Pakistan before coming to the U.S., where Artan became a permanent resident in 2014.” Somalia and Pakistan: two epicenters of the global jihad. If Trump’s proposal becomes American law, Abdul Artan would never have entered the United States, and Monday’s jihad attack at Ohio State University would never have happened.
There is abundant evidence that admitting Muslim refugees is a jihad risk. In February 2015, the Islamic State boasted it would soon flood Europe with as many as 500,000 refugees. And the Lebanese Education Minister said in September 2015 that there were 20,000 jihadis among the refugees in camps in his country. Meanwhile, 80% of migrants who have come to Europe claiming to be fleeing the war in Syria aren’t really from Syria at all.
So why are they claiming to be Syrian and streaming into Europe, and now the U.S. as well? An Islamic State operative gave the answer when he boasted in September 2015, shortly after the migrant influx began, that among the flood of refugees, 4,000 Islamic State jihadis had already entered Europe. He explained their purpose: “It’s our dream that there should be a caliphate not only in Syria but in all the world, and we will have it soon, inshallah.” These Muslims were going to Europe in the service of that caliphate: “They are going like refugees,” he said, but they were going with the plan of sowing blood and mayhem on European streets. As he told this to journalists, he smiled and said, “Just wait.”
All nine of the jihadis who murdered 130 people in Paris in November 2015 had just entered Europe as refugees. And now the same murderous impulse has come to Ohio State University, courtesy of another “refugee.” How many more such jihad attacks must there be before the wisdom of a moratorium on immigration from jihad hotspots is universally recognized?

La dichiarazione finale di Geert Wilders davanti ai giudici

La dichiarazione finale di Geert Wilders davanti ai giudici


Frankreich am Rande des totalen Kollapses

Frankreich am Rande des totalen Kollapses

Ostatnie oświadczenie Geerta Wildersa w trakcie jego procesu

Ostatnie oświadczenie Geerta Wildersa w trakcie jego procesu

Jay Fayza: Debunking White Privilege: The Economic Reality

Jay Fayza presents the evidence that debunks the concept of white privilege.

Jay Fayza, Rebel Media: Debunking White Privilege (Political Reality)

Jay Fayza of "I hate racism as much as any black man. But everyone should have the right to hold pernicious beliefs.

David Wood: Fun Islamic Facts 13: Drinking Muhammad's Blood

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Do you like to drink human blood? I don’t mean wine or grape juice—I mean actual blood that’s oozing out of a human being? If so, have I got a religion for you.

In Qadi Iyad’s "Ash-Shifa," page 36, we read:

**There was also a time when Malik ibn Sinan drank his blood on the Day of Uhud and licked it up. The Prophet allowed him to do that and then said, “The Fire will not touch you.”**

So, Malik wouldn’t go to hell because he drank Muhammad’s blood. I guess any mosquitos or fleas or bedbugs that bit Muhammad are going to be in Paradise, since they drank his blood.

**Something similar occurred when Abdullah ibn az-Zubayr drank cupped blood. [This was blood drawn from Muhammad during the Islamic practice of cupping.] The Prophet said, “Woe to you from the people and woe to the people from you,” but he did not object to what he had done.**

The Islamic scholars at Islam Q&A give a number of additional accounts. For instance:

**Concerning this topic there is a mursal hadeeth that was narrated by Sa’eed ibn Mansoor via Umar ibn al-Saa'ib, who said that he heard that when the Prophet was wounded, Maalik the father of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri, sucked the wound so as to clean it until there was no blood and the whiteness of his skin showed. It was said to him: Spit it out. He said: No, by Allaah, I will never spit it out. Then he went and fought. And the Prophet said: “Whoever wants to see one of the people of Paradise, let him look at this man.” Then he was martyred.**

Notice that, according to Muhammad, the people of Paradise are the people who are so obsessed with him that they want to drink his blood. But don’t let yet another clear case of idolizing Muhammad make us forget that Islam promotes pure reverence for Allah.

Those of you who study Islamic doctrine may be wondering how Muslim scholars can reconcile drinking Muhammad’s blood with Islamic dietary restrictions, which forbid drinking blood.

Fortunately, the scholars at Islam Q&A answer this for us.

**How can the scholars reconcile between what is stated about blood being naajis [impure] and the idea of Abd-Allaah ibn al-Zubayr drinking the blood of the Prophet?

They said: This is one of the things that applied only to the Prophet, where the ruling applied only to him and not to the rest of his ummah.**

The response goes on to note that **“Some of the scholars stated that the blood of the Prophet was taahir (pure), based on the story of Abd-Allaah ibn al-Zubayr.”**

So, whether you suck it from an open wound, drink it from a cup, or lick it off the ground, Muhammad’s miracle-magic prophet blood is the only blood for true Muslims.

Welcome to Islam, the religion that tells you that you can’t know where you’re going when you die unless you drink Muhammad’s blood or die while slaughtering unbelievers.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Andrew Lawton, Rebel Media: Trudeau makes Canada a “global farce” with glowing tribute to Castro

Andrew Lawton compares and contrasts Justin Trudeau's effusive praise of communist dictator Fidel Castro versus his faint praise for the Ottawa Redblack's Grey Cup Victory.

Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker

About the Book

Anatomy of an Epidemic investigates a medical mystery: Why has the number of adults and children disabled by mental illness skyrocketed over the past fifty years? There are now more than four million people in the United States who receive a government disability check because of a mental illness, and the number continues to soar. Every day, 850 adults and 250 children with a mental illness are added to the government disability rolls. What is going on?

The Mystery

The modern era of psychiatry is usually said to have begun with the introduction of Thorazine into asylum medicine in 1955. This kicked off a “psychopharmacological revolution,” or so our society is told, with psychiatry discovering effective drugs for mental disorders of all kinds. In 1988, the first of the “second-generation” psychiatric drugs--Prozac--was introduced, and these new drugs were said to represent another therapeutic advance. Yet, even as this “psychopharmacological revolution” has unfolded over the past 50 years, the number of people disabled by mental illness has soared.
In 1955,  there were 355,000 adults in state and county mental hospitals with a psychiatric diagnosis. During the  next three decades (the era of the first generation psychiaric drugs), the number of disabled mentally ill rose to 1.25 million. Prozac arrived on the market in 1988, and during the next 20 years, the number of disabled mentally ill grew to more than four million adults (in 2007.) Finally, the prescribing of psychiatric medications to children and adolescents took off during this period (1987 to 2007), and as this medical practice took hold, the number of youth in America receiving a government disability check because of a mental illness leapt from 16,200 in 1987 to 561,569 in 2007 (a 35-fold increase.)

The Investigation

The astonishing increase in the disability numbers during the past fifty years raises an obvious question: Could the widespread use of psychiatric medications--for one reason or another--be fueling this epidemic? Anatomy of an Epidemic investigates that question, and it does so by focusing on the long-term outcome studies in the research literature. Do the studies tell of a paradigm of care that helps people get well and stay well over the long term? Or do they tell of a paradigm of care that increases the likelihood that people diagnosed with mental disorders will become chronically ill?

“The timing of Robert Whitaker’s “Anatomy of an Epidemic,” a comprehensive and highly readable history of psychiatry in the United States, couldn’t be better.”

“Anatomy of an Epidemic offers some answers, charting controversial ground with mystery-novel pacing.”

“Lucid, pointed and important, Anatomy of an Epidemic should be required reading for anyone considering extended use of psychiatric medicine. Whitaker is at the height of his powers.” —Greg Critser, author of Generation Rx

“Why are so many more people disabled by mental illness than ever before?  Why are those so diagnosed dying 10-25 years earlier than others?  In Anatomy of an Epidemic investigative reporter Robert Whitaker cuts through flawed science, greed and outright lies to reveal that the drugs hailed as the cure for mental disorders instead worsen them over the long term.  But Whitaker’s investigation also offers hope for the future: solid science backs nature’s way of healing our mental ills through time and human relationships.  Whitaker tenderly interviews children and adults who bear witness to the ravages of mental illness, and testify to their newly found “aliveness” when freed from the prison of mind-numbing drugs.” 
—Daniel Dorman, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine and author of Dante’s Cure: A Journey Out of Madness

“This is the most alarming book I’ve read in years.  The approach is neither polemical nor ideologically slanted. Relying on medical evidence and historical documentation, Whitaker builds his case like a prosecuting attorney.” 
—Carl Elliott, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Center for Bioethics, University of Minnesota and author of Better than Well: American Medicine Meets the American Dream 

Anatomy of an Epidemic investigates a profoundly troubling question: do psychiatric medications increase the likelihood that people taking them, far from being helped, are more likely to become chronically ill? In making a compelling case that our current psychotropic drugs are causing as much—if not more—harm than good, Robert Whitaker reviews the scientific literature thoroughly, demonstrating how much of the evidence is on his side. There is nothing unorthodox here—this case is solid and evidence-backed. If psychiatry wants to retain its credibility with the public, it will now have to engage with the scientific argument at the core of this cogently and elegantly written book.” —David Healy, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Cardiff University and author of The Antidepressant Era and Let Them Eat Prozac
“Anatomy of an Epidemic is a splendidly informed, wonderfully readable corrective to the conventional wisdom about the biological bases—and biological cures—for mental illness. This is itself a wise and necessary book—essential reading for all those who have experienced, or care for those who have experienced, mental illness—which means all of us! Robert Whitaker is a reliable, sensible, and persuasive, guide to the paradoxes and complexities of what we know about mental illness, and what we might be able to do to lessen the suffering it brings.” 
—Jay Neugeboren, author of Imagining Robert and Transforming Madness

“Every so often a book comes along that exposes a vast deceit. Robert Whitaker has written that sort of book. Drawing on a prodigious quantity of psychiatric literature as well as heart-rending stories of individual patients, he exposes a deeply disturbing fraud perpetrated by the drug industry and much of modern psychiatry—at horrendous human and financial cost to patients, their families, and society as a whole. Scrupulously reported and written in compelling but unemotional style, this book shreds the myth woven around today’s psychiatric drugs.” 
—Nils Bruzelius, former science editor for the Boston Globe and the Washington Post

“A devastating critique. . . . One day, we will look back at the way we think about and treat mental illness and wonder if we were all mad.Anatomy of an Epidemic should be required reading for both patients and physicians.” 
—Shannon Brownlee, senior research fellow, New America Foundation and author of Overtreated

Bruce Thornton, Frontpage Magazine: Good Riddance Fidel

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The last of the Cold War Soviet stooges goes the way of his masters.



Bruce Thornton is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, a Research Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution, and a Professor of Classics and Humanities at the California State University. He is the author of nine books and numerous essays on classical culture and its influence on Western Civilization. His most recent book, Democracy's Dangers and Discontents (Hoover Institution Press), is now available for purchase
To paraphrase the old VE jump-rope rhyme, “A-tisket, a-tasket, Castro’s in his casket.” The last of the Cold War Soviet stooges has gone the way of his communist masters.
To paraphrase the old VE jump-rope rhyme, “A-tisket, a-tasket, Castro’s in his casket.” The last of the Cold War Soviet stooges has gone the way of his communist masters.
Encomia from the usual useful idiots are lighting up the internet, but don’t mind them. Like tantrum-throwing college students and George Soros rent-a-protestors, they are a machine for producing Republican voters. The Dem-wits, on the other hand, should pay attention to the Cuban immigrants and expatriates celebrating in Miami. They might find there a clue to how they lost Florida and the whole government. Opening up trade, as their messiah Obama did, with a regime that pockets all the profits while it jails protestors, that gives workers eight cents of every starry-eyed tourist’s dollar, makes for bad optics. Canoodling with a brutal dictator who crushes dissent, persecutes homosexuals, excludes blacks from the government, abuses the church, monopolizes wealth, and tortures dissidents in his gulag is not the way to win American votes.
And discount the extravagant praise for Castro’s political genius. For all his Marxist-Leninist rhetoric and international fan-boys, Castro was a typical, but savvier, Latin American dictator––a cacique, caudillo, jefe, El Señor Presidente, El Gran Chingon, a glorified version of the General Mapache from The Wild Bunch. If not for the Cold War, he would long ago have met the same gruesome fate as those other strutting, bombastic oppressors. Only with billions of dollars in Soviet support and cash for overpriced sugar––and John Kennedy’s foreign policy bungling–– was he able to leverage being 90 miles from the U.S into a geopolitical significance far beyond his deserts, along the way almost igniting a nuclear war. He paid the Soviets back by letting them use his soldiers as imperialist mercenaries in Angola, Ethiopia, and Mozambique. After the USSR vanished like Trotsky from a May Day photo, oil and $18 billion in loans and grants from his fellow dictator Húgo Chavez, along with foreign investment from running-dog capitalists, kept Cuba from collapse. Castro repaid Húgo by skimming thousands of his doctors and other skilled professionals needed at home, and sending them to Venezuela.
More importantly, Castro, like many other Third-World communists or the PLO jihadists, was a genius at exploiting the romance of revolutionary violence and the radical chic endemic among Western bourgeois parlor pinks and caviar communists. For Europeans, Canadians, and a small number of Americans before Obama’s recent softening of travel restrictions, carefully orchestrated and surveilled tours of Cuba were like the hajj to Mecca for Western lefties. Like their political ancestors in the twenties and thirties gaping at the Soviet’s Potemkin economy, these rich, well-fed, politically free beneficiaries of liberal democracy and free-market capitalism ignored or rationalized away the poor, hungry, repressed Cubanos hidden behind the pastel-colored belle époque hotels and the restored ’57 Chevies.

David Wood: What Is the Shahada?

The Shahada is the Islamic Creed: "There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah." It was taken from a pre-Islamic Arabian group called the Sabians, who recited, "There is no god but Allah." Muhammad added the words "and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah" to the Shahada.

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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Lloyd Billingsley, Frontpage Magazine: Pig Latin Perishes At Last

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Castro’s death confirms the depravity of the left.



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British Labour Party boss Jeremy Corbyn said Castro “will be remembered both as an internationalist and a champion of social justice.” He did have “flaws” but Corbyn did not elaborate.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Fidel Castro was a “remarkable leader,” who “made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.” He was also “a controversial figure,” but the prime minister, son of pro-Castro prime minister Pierre Trudeau, did not say what might have caused the controversy.
Former Soviet boss Mikhail Gorbachev said Castro “strengthened his country at the time of the toughest American blockade” and led his county “onto the road of independent development.” For Chinese president Xi Jinping, “dear comrade and true friend” Fidel Castro made “immortal contributions to the development of socialism around the world.”
Likewise, for French president Francois Hollande, Fidel Castro “represented, for Cubans, pride in rejecting external domination.” Vladimir Putin, called Castro, “a wise and strong person,” an “inspiring example for all countries and peoples,” and a “sincere and reliable friend of Russia.”
President Obama, who like those Olympic referees in 1972 put time back on the clock for the Castro dictatorship, recalled, “the countless ways in which Fidel Castro altered the course of individual lives, families, and of the Cuban nation.” The U.S. president also hailed “the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him.” Muslim leaders were also fond of the man.
“I firmly believe that Allah (God) has chosen you and the Cuban people to begin this process of servicing human needs, thus setting the stage for all people of goodwill to emulate this mode of service to others.”