KEEP IT TRIBAL : NOTHERN SOUL


KEEP IT TRIBAL : NOTHERN SOUL

http://www.northernsoulthefilm.com/  (2014)

Northern Soul UK cinema poster - quad

 

Historic Justice: A Kurdish State Now


Originally posted on American Infidels:

Dr. Mordechai Kedar

The borders of most of the Arab countries east of the Mediterranean were delineated in the period following WWI, on the ruins of the Ottoman Empire. The borders were fixed on the basis of British and French interests and the ties those two countries had formed with local groups.

Two non-Muslim groups were granted independence: The Jews were given Britain’s pledge – in the form of The Balfour Declaration – that it would help establish a National Home for them, and France granted the Christians dwelling north of Israel the country of Lebanon, as separate from Syria. The Zionist movement was active and visible in the political corridors of Britain, while the French empathized with the fears the Lebanese Christians held of becoming a minority in a country with a Muslim majority.

One ethnic group, the Kurds, was left without a state, and was, instead, divided…

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Midnight Caller : US AND .. THEM


 

 

Franz Schubert : Piano Trio N° 2, D. 929 — E flat
II. Andante con moto

 

 

 

Isabelle Jung: Piano Sonata in B flat major K333 3rd Movement – Mozart

 

 

Roberto ALAGNA – E lucevan le stelle – Tosca – Puccini

 

Prokofiev – Dance of the Knights

 

 

 

The Ebola Firewall


Originally posted on nebraskaenergyobserver:

Sorry guys, I’m neck-deep in a project, and the water keeps rising. But here’s Bill Whittle’s current Firewall.

What’s that? Yep, I agree with everything he says here.

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Video: Geert Wilders on “The West’s Battle for Freedom.”


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

Geert Wilders (Leader, “Party for Freedom”)

Published on Oct 21, 2014 by The Glazov Gang

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Paris Opera cast refuse to perform for veiled Muslima during Verdi’s Traviata


Paris Opera cast refuse to perform for veiled Muslima during Verdi’s Traviata

 
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Bravo!

This garb of oppression, subjugation and misogyny should be banned here in the States as well — if for no other reason than as a national security measure.

“Paris Opera cast refuse to perform for veiled woman,” By David Chazan, Paris, The Telegraph,  20 Oct 2014

A woman wearing a full-face veil is told to leave a performance of La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille after the production refuse to go on stage

La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille

La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille Photo: Opéra Bastille

A woman wearing a full-face Islamic veil was told to leave a Paris opera house after members of the cast refused to perform if she remained in the audience, officials said.

The woman, described as “a tourist from a Gulf state”, was sitting on the front row during a performance of La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille, the deputy director, Jean-Philippe Thiellay, said.

France banned the wearing of the full-face veil, or niqab, in public in 2011. The ban was upheld by the European Court of Human Rights earlier this year.

Mr Thiellay said performers told him during the second act that they would only continue if the woman left. During the interval, an attendant told her that she could stay if she removed her veil.

“He told her that in France there is a ban of this nature, asked her to either uncover her face or leave the room,” Mr Thiellay said. “The man asked the woman to get up, they left.”

 

He added: “It’s never nice to ask someone to leave. But there was a misunderstanding of the law and the lady either had to respect it or leave.”

After news of the incident, which happened earlier this month, emerged on Monday, the government said it would review its guidelines to help theatres, museums and other public institutions enforce the ban.

Women wearing a face veil in public may be fined up to €150 (£120) and compelled to attend citizenship classes. Anyone forcing others to cover their faces may be fined up to €30,000 (£23,750), or double that amount if the woman is under 18.

Most women who have breached the ban have simply been warned and few have been prosecuted.

Last year, a veiled woman stopped by police for an identity check was arrested after her husband allegedly attacked an officer. The incident sparked clashes between youths and police in two Paris suburbs.

- See more at: http://pamelageller.com/2014/10/paris-opera-cast-refuse-to-perform-for-veiled-muslima-during-verdis-traviata.html/#sthash.Pw9HjkVf.dpuf

A Veil is Not only to Cover The Hair But The Voice…

 

 

Midnight Caller : DECADES


Foo Fighters – Bridge Burning 

Killing Joke – Fema Camp [2012]

It’s a time of unrest and your rights are suspended
There’s a list going round (and it’s likely you are on it)
The names on the blue list are picked up later
And the red list goes to the incinerator

We’re never going to end up in the furnace of a FEMA camp
Burning in the furnace, furnace of a FEMA camp
FEMA camp

There’s an Amtrak rail leading to the siding
Where a turnstile waits for all those disembarking
Blue zone, red zone – humanity fades
So I’m going to join up with the renegades

We’re never going to end up in the furnace of a FEMA camp
Burning in the furnace, furnace of a FEMA camp
FEMA camp

We’re never going to end up in the furnace of a FEMA camp
Burning in the furnace, furnace of a FEMA camp
FEMA camp

Wardance Video – Killing Joke

 

 Joy Division – Decades 

Midnight Caller : Killing Joke – Love Like Blood


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Midnight Caller : ‘Seven Nation Army’


 
…Yeahh, it’s Sunny Today

 

Midnight Caller : The Human League – CIRCUS OF DEATH


 

http://www.who.int/en/

Music : Raz Shmueli


Raz Shmueli

רז שמואלי – אף אחד – קליפ – Raz Shmueli

VIDEO: Pamela Geller at the Conservative Forum of Silicon Valley


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

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Published on Oct 9, 2014 by Howard Myers

Pamela Geller is the founder, editor and publisher of Atlas Shrugs.com and President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA). She is the author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America, with Robert Spencer (foreword by Ambassador John Bolton) (Simon & Schuster); Freedom or Submission: On the Dangers of Islamic Extremism and American Complacency; and Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance (WND Books). She is also a regular columnist for World Net Daily, the American Thinker, Breitbart.com and other publications.

Geller’s activism on behalf of human rights has won international notice. She has led awareness campaigns in U.S., Europe, and Israel on behalf of the victims and potential victims of honor killing, and has worked for human rights of apostates from Islam and freedom of speech. She has…

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“Peaceful” Moderate Muslims Attack Christians


Originally posted on Taking Back America:

Published on Sep 28, 2014

If its happening in Denmark, its happening everywhere. This is serious and a predictable escalation of the global war muslims are forcing on us all.

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Midnight Caller : Wilderness


 

I travelled far and wide through many different times,
What did you see there?
I saw the saints with their toys,
What did you see there?
I saw all knowledge destroyed.
I travelled far and wide through many different times.

I travelled far and wide through prisons of the cross,
What did you see there?
The power and glory of sin,
What did you see there?
The blood of Christ on their skins,
I travelled far and wide through many different times.

I travelled far and wide and unknown martyrs died,
What did you see there?
I saw the one sided trials,
What did you see there?
I saw the tears as they cried,
They had tears in their eyes,
Tears in their eyes,
Tears in their eyes,
Tears in their eyes.

This is the room, the start of it all,
No portrait so fine, only sheets on the wall,
I’ve seen the nights, filled with bloodsport and pain,
And the bodies obtained, the bodies obtained.

Where will it end? Where will it end?
Where will it end? Where will it end?

These are your friends from childhood, through youth,
Who goaded you on, demanded more proof,
Withdrawal pain is hard, it can do you right in,
So distorted and thin, distorted and thin.

Where will it end? Where will it end?
Where will it end? Where will it end?

This is the car at the edge of the road,
There’s nothing disturbed, all the windows are closed,
I guess you were right, when we talked in the heat,
There’s no room for the weak, no room for the weak.

Where will it end? Where will it end?
Where will it end? Where will it end?

This is the room, the start of it all,
Through childhood, through youth, I remember it all,
Oh, I’ve seen the nights filled with bloodsport and pain,
And the bodies obtained, the bodies obtained, the bodies obtained.

Where will it end? Where will it end?
Where will it end? Where will it end?

 

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/isis.murders.continue.40.killed.savage.massacre/38386.htm

Should Turkey be asked to Leave NATO?


Friday, 10 October 2014
 Should Turkey be asked to Leave NATO? 
By Jerry Gordon
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Turkish tanks on the Syrian border.

 

 

Turkish Tanks on the Syrian Border

Jonathan Schanzer of the Washington, DC-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) has written compellingly in a Polltico Magazine article suggesting that  NATO should consider expelling Turkey, “Time to kick Turkey Out of NATO?”    Schanzer notes:

Membership in NATO still holds significance. The alliance was designed to be an elite group of countries that stood for Western values. The NATO charter, set forth in 1949, holds that member states will protect one and all from attack at the hands of ideological foes. The Turkish Republic, founded and governed as an avowedly secular state, agreed to these terms in 1952, three years after NATO’s founding.

Of course, NATO was initially engineered to fight communism. But over the years, the threats to the international system have changed. The latest challenge is a jihadist ideology that fuels the Islamic State, but also al Qaeda and other terror groups and their state sponsors.

Yet, it has become clear that Turkey, once a bulwark of secularism in the Muslim world, is now ambivalent at best and complicit at worst, about fighting these forces. The fact that the AKP is a splinter of the Muslim Brotherhood provides a good indication of its leanings. More troublingly, it is a champion of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and allows several of its senior figures to operate out of Turkey. It has failed consistently to uphold international standards on fighting terrorism finance, including the designation of al Qaeda figures on its own soil. It has been reluctant to even acknowledge that groups like the Nusra Front—which has pledged fealty to al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri—are terrorist organizations. Its dangerously lax border policies have contributed to the rise of the Islamic State. And it has helped Iran, the leading state sponsor of terrorism in the world; evade sanctions at the height of the international community’s efforts to hinder its illicit nuclear program.

Schanzer’s   question was spurred on by Turkey’s inaction in the face of the ISIS siege and likely conquest of the Kurdish enclave of Kobani just across the border in Syria. allied with the Muslim Brotherhood, doesn’t want to move against the ISIS jihadists rampaging in Syria and Iraq.  Until recently he tacitly supported their cause fighting to eject the Assad government in Syria and replacing it with a self-proclaimed Caliphate.  This would fill his oil pipelines with smuggled product from captured Syrian and Iraqi oil fields to sell at a good profit. He facilitated the so-called “jihadist highway” filtering foreign Salafist jihadist recruits for ISIS and the Al Qaeda al Nusrah Front opposition to Assad. But Erdogan has to play it cool, as he has a lively trade exchanging gold for much needed gas from neighboring Iran, a Shiite ally of the Assad regime to foster Turkey’s economic growth. The gold received by Iran allowed the Islamic Republic to evade US and international sanctions to finance its nuclear development program. We learned this week that he exchanged 180 jihadists, sequestered in Turkey, on September 20th for release of 49 Turkish diplomats and their families held captive for 101 days following the fall of  Mosul in June  2014.

Those of us old enough to have lived through the so-called Korean Conflict of 1950-53, can recall the tough Turkish military contingents part of the multilateral UN force that endeavored to stave off the North Korean and Chinese PLA hordes in what was euphemistically called, “a police action”.    That was then. Now, Turkey’s US supplied F-16 aircraft are not flying from NATO airbases in his  country. He has yet to permit USAF operations out of those airbases despite authorizing legislation passed by the Turkish parliament.  US supplied Turkish Army tanks are positioned silently on the Turkish Syrian border. All while the world’s media  coveys images of the courageous YPG fighters, women among them, lightly armed, desperately fighting against all odds with ISIS troops equipped with stolen US mortars, tanks and artillery.   Most of Kobani’s population, over 180,000, has fled to refugee sanctuary in Turkey.

The Erdogan regime’s decision not to lift the Kobani siege has roiled Turkey’s Kurdish population. President Erdogan was allegedly concerned about Kurdish irredentism in Syria and Turkey.  He got confirmation of  that with the rising of Kurds throughout the Southeastern region of  his country resulting in more than two dozen dead and counting.  Kurds in Europe have also erupted in protest and fought pitched battles with ISIS supporters in the streets of Hamburg.

These developments have given rise to questions  from  fellow NATO  and US-led Sunni coalition members over  Erdogan’s  ‘conditions’ to enter the fray to provide ‘boots on the ground ‘and permit air assaults from NATO bases in Turkey.

Let’s examine some plausible reasons why Erdogan may not wish to unleash  his army in the US-led coalition conflict with ISIS.  He has publicly stated that his objective is to bring down the Assad government. Less well known is the current round of Turkish negotiations with Cyprus over ‘unification’ of the Republic of Cyprus and the rump Turkish Northern Cypriot ‘Republic’. That was  carved out by a Turkish invasion in 1974. An opportunistic invasion contrived by the secular Turkish government at the time to counter the Greek military coup of the Archbishop Makarios government of Cyprus.   Turkey is pressing for a lucrative share of the gas development offshore Cyprus and transmission to EU markets via his network of pipelines.

Until recently the US was willing to sacrifice the Kurds in Kobani and only resorted to conducting  limited bombing to slow down the inevitable advance of ISIS fighters bent on exterminating remaining YPG fighters and the remnant of the town’s  population. Erdogan may be the equivalent of Stalin who during the August 1944 Polish Resistance Uprising ordered the Red Army to sit on the east bank of the Vistula River watching the German Army decimate the valiant Poles and turn Warsaw to rubble.  Stalin barred USAAF air drops from a base at Poltava in the Western Ukraine, forcing allied air drops to originate in England, many of which fell in the hands of waiting German forces.  Stalin also wanted to ensure that a Communist regime spawned in liberated Lublin would rule post war Poland. Erdogan clearly wants the Syrian Kurds decimated so that they will not have virtual autonomy in the country’s Northeast.

We note Schanzer’s conclusion in his Politico article:

The crisis in Kobani once again brings the challenge of Turkey into sharp relief. Despite the best efforts of Washington and other coalition members to bring Turkey along, it now appears clear: Turkey under the AKP is a lost cause. It is simply not a partner for NATO. Nor is it a partner in the fight against the Islamic State.

http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_direct_link.cfm/blog_id/56820/cat_id/139/-Should-Turkey-be-asked-to-Leave-NATO

Turkey wants ground operation against IS in Syria TURKEY: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called on the Western powers to launch a ground operation against the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, saying Kurdish people in the northern Syrian city of Kobane is “about to fall” in the hands of jihadist militants. Addressing Syrian refugees in the southern Gaziantep province, Erdogan said “the terror cannot be ended only by airstrikes,” calling on the West to cooperate in a ground operation. The president also made three requests to the Western powers — “creating a no-fly zone, declaring a safe zone parallel the region, as well as training and equipping the moderate opposition in Syria and Iraq.” IS militants have advanced into Kobane near Turkish border for three weeks and seized many villages surrounding the town. Some 180,000 Syrian Kurds have fled IS violence and taken refugee in Turkey. Last week the Turkish parliament passed a motion to authorize cross-border military actions in neighbouring Syria and Iraq to fight terrorist groups. The decision will grant the government a one-year mandate to send Turkish Armed Forces, “if necessary,” “to foreign countries for cross-border operations and interventions and to position foreign militaries in Turkey for the same purposes. “High-ranking U.S. officials will hold talks in Turkey on Thursday over a possible military contribution of Ankara to the U. S.-led military coalition against the IS. – See more at: http://www.dailynews.lk/?q=world/turkey-wants-ground-operation-against-syria#sthash.ceha2i8e.dpuf

          

http://counterjihadreport.com/2014/10/12/turkey-accused-of-training-isis-soldiers/

Midnight Caller : 88:88


Val has lost control of her life. Those around her deny the reality of the extraordinary experiences she feels powerless against. Realizing she must stand alone, she has only one remaining option – to find a way to fight back.

 

 

 

Makeup and Vanity Set

http://makeupandvanityset.bandcamp.com/

 

 

 

Why Turkey and the Administration have Doomed The Kurds in Kobani


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

ISIS Flag atop hill overlooking Kobani, Syria Source: AFP

ISIS Flag atop hill overlooking Kobani, Syria Source: AFP

By Jerry Gordon:

This was a tough day in Kobani, Syria for the 2 to 3,000 Kurdish YPG fighters desperately trying to stave off with light arms the onslaught of ISIS forces equipped with US and Russian tanks and artillery pouring fire into the shrinking city center.   According to a Bloomberg October 4, 2014 report, those fighters in Kobani   “feel furious and deserted by the US” according to Faysal Sariyildiz, a pro-Kurdish legislator.  The siege is now past 14 days, and many believe the end of the Kurdish town bestride the Turkish border may be at hand. The desperation of the brave YPG fighters was reflected in a female commander who undertook the first suicide attack on an ISIS outpost in the eastern area of Kobani, detonating a grenade, killing her and a number of Salafist jihadis.  Flags of ISIS…

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Midnight Caller : Firestarter


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriana_Fallaci

 

VICTORY!!! THE AIRPORT IS A NOVOROSSIAN!!! Donezk, 5th October 2014


swissdefenceleague:

War Flag of Novorussia.svg

Novorossia (Russian: Новоро́ссия, Ukrainian: Новоросія, Romanian: Noua Rusie; literally New Russia) was a historical term of the Russian Empire in 1764-1873 denoting an area north of the Black Sea, presently part of Ukraine. It used to be Ukrainian Cossack heartland until the Cossack Hetmanate was dismantled.

The region was conquered by the Russian Empire at the end of the 18th century from the Ottoman Empire and remained under its control until the October Revolution and the collapse of the empire in 1917. In modern terms this historic territory overlaid what is now Donetsk Oblast, small portions of Luhansk Oblast, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Zaporizhia Oblast, Mykolaiv Oblast, Kherson Oblast, Odessa Oblast and Crimea in Ukraine; Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol Krai, Rostov Oblast, and the Republic of Adygea in Russia.

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Jewish Doctor Bounced From JetBlue Flight Over Gaza Spat With Passenger


Jewish Doctor Bounced From JetBlue Flight Over Gaza Spat With Passenger

Lisa Rosenberg Ejected — Claims ‘Anti-Semitic Hate Crime’

courtesy of wpbf
By JTA
Published July 14, 2014.

A Jewish woman was ejected from a JetBlue flight after arguing about the Israel-Hamas conflict with a Palestinian passenger.

The Jewish woman, physician Lisa Rosenberg of New York, was asked to leave the July 7 John F. Kennedy Airport-bound flight from Palm Beach International Airport not long after concluding a telephone conversation about Israel’s conduct in the conflict. Another passenger, who overheard the conversation, began arguing with Rosenberg.

“I was saying how it was good Israel found the students that killed the Palestinian teenager and how it was exemplary not making them into heroes, but seeking to publicly try them,” Rosenberg told the Palm Beach Post. “I said any other country would have made these students out to be martyrs and celebrating them.”

After the phone call concluded, Rosenberg said a woman approached her, identified herself as a Palestinian, and the two then had an “ugly, racially driven altercation” in which the other woman called her a “Zionist pig,” according to media reports.

But a commenter on the website Gothamist, who identified herself as the passenger who confronted Rosenberg, said that Rosenberg “was the only person yelling and actually said a Palestinian on the flight was a ‘danger to her’. She was removed from that flight for making a scene, refusing to sit in her seat and not complying with staff. Other passengers , if they come forward, will verify this.”

JetBlue confirmed that it asked Rosenberg to exit the plane, which was still on the ground in Florida and said that Rosenberg’s account is not accurate.

“The story presented in no way reflects the reports from our crew, whose decision to remove the customer we support,” the airline said in a statement.

A JetBlue spokeswoman told JTA that the details of the incident, including the identity of the other passenger, could not be disclosed “for privacy reasons.”

“A crew member may request a customer to deboard and be re-accommodated if the crew member feels as though the safety of the plane or customers on board is impacted, or the customer on board is unable to comply with in-flight instructions or obstructing a crew member’s duties,” corporate communications manager Morgan Johnston said. Rosenberg flew back to New York the next day, but not on JetBlue.

“I just was completely outraged that I would be asked to leave a plane, being a Jew,” Rosenberg told ABC’s local affiliate in Palm Beach County.

Read more: http://forward.com/articles/202059/jewish-doctor-bounced-from-jetblue-flight-over-gaz/#ixzz3FGEmKdET

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