Conservative admits ‘global warming’ is real by Wayne Allyn Root


Conservative admits ‘global warming’ is real by Wayne Allyn Root

 

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The best maps for your end of the world excursion.


swissdefenceleague:

Excellent !

Originally posted on End Times Tribulation Watch:

israel versus iran The Middle East is the focus of bible prophecy. Israel and Jerusalem are at the center while the surrounding nations play integral roles in how the end of days scenarios will play out. We are familiar with the cliché that a picture is worth a thousand words, well a map of the Middle East can bring clarity for those trying figure out how all the names, places, and countries fit together. If one map is good, than lots of maps is better. Well I have lots for you! While you read through the prophetic passages in the bible you come across some cities, rivers, valleys, mountains, and nations. Do you ever wonder where those places are? I’ve added a link to this post that can give a great resource for your studies. I found a site with some excellent maps of the Middle East. I thoroughly enjoyed looking through these maps. If you enjoy history or geography or like to…

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The Newest Guide On ISIS: Comparing Self-Declared Caliphate to “Plush Holiday Resort”


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

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CSP, by Rachel Silverman, May 27, 2015:

Abu Rumaysah, a British jihadist who fled the UK to join ISIS in Syria, has released an ebook guide titled, A Brief Guide to the Islamic State (2015). This guide targets western recruits and compares territories under the extremist group to a “plush holiday resort.”

When describing the food, Rumaysah writes, “If you thought you would be living on stale bread and septic water then erase that culinary fib from you mind. The great thing about food in the Caliphate is its freshness. You can be sure that the vegetables you crunch down on basked gloriously in the sunshine before reaching your dinner plate. And what about the olive groves? Yes, there are plenty of them and the pickles and rich oils that spring them beat anything from your local Tescos.”

Rumaysah boasts of the education offered in the Caliphate, “There are…

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A European Declaration of Independence (Fight ? Surrender ?)


https://sitamnesty.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/2083-a-european-declaration-of-independence.doc

https://swissdefenceleague.wordpress.com/2014/01/30/europe-could-sink-into-chaos-due-to-muslim-immigration/

Can One be Pro-Arab-Palestinian and Pro-Israel


Originally posted on Beyond the Cusp:

* Special at the end of the article is an extra piece I found which may be of interest. It is a video of Colonel Richard Kemp Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire when he addressed the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies on May 19, 2015. We found his address to be inspiring, informative, as well as right on target describing much of today’s societal ills along with their solution and hope all enjoy it as well.

Can one be supportive of the Arab-Palestinians and also be supportive of Israel as the Home of the Jewish People? At face value this question appears to be simplistic and completely ridiculous bringing the obvious answer of no, not in any manner. The assumption is if one is to support the Arab Palestinians one must also support the destruction of Israel as the Jewish State and if one supports…

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Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – Part 1-5


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Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – part 1

Historical highlights of Christianity’s armed struggle of survival against Islam, will complete video series upto the 20th century.

This video goes through the century’s of major Islamic atrocity’s to the Christian world before any Crusade was launched. ( 632 AD – 1061 AD )

Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – part 2

Christians strike back!

Historical highlights of Christianity’s armed struggle of survival against Islam, will complete video series upto the 20th century.

This video concentrates on the era of the Crusades and how they helped prevent further Islamic advancements to the west. ( 1071 AD – 1291 AD )

Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – part 3

Historical highlights of Christianity’s armed struggle of survival against Islam, will complete video series upto the 20th century.

This video is mainly about the Ottoman wars in Europe, it includes the fall of Constantinople, the siege of Vienna and the battle of Granada. (1299 AD – 1683 AD )

Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – part 4

Historical highlights of Christianity’s armed struggle of survival against Islam, will complete video series upto the 20th century.

This video is mainly about the Greek, Serbian, Bulgarian and Romanian wars of independence. Also shows how much the Russian empire dedicated to helping oppressed Christians (1804 AD – 1878 AD)

Part 5 will be about the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek genocides and should also state the Islamic atrocity’s of the 20th century afterwards.

Christian resistance against Jihad timeline – part 5

Historical highlights of Christianity’s armed struggle of survival against Islam, will complete video series upto the 21st century.

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Fitna The Movie 

Dutch politician Geert Wilders made this short film about islam and was put on trial for telling the truth.It seems the Dutch government would rather prosecute one of its own citizens concerned about the islamisation of the Netherlands than tell muslims to integrate or leave.

Personal Liberty : The April jobs report is a Bernie Madoff-like scam


 

SNL Sketch Effectively Mocks Fear of Drawing Mohammed


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

draw mohammedCSP, by Fred Fleitz, May 11, 2015:

Last Saturday, Saturday Night Live (SNL) did a skit that addressed the controversy stemming from the Garland, Texas “draw Mohammed” contest.
The sketch was a gameshow based on the game Pictionary in which one contestant is instructed to draw something and his teammate tries to guess what the drawing is.  Two contestants were so afraid when asked to draw “The Prophet Mohammed” that they left the paper blank.  Another teammate ultimately guesses what the drawing was supposed to be based on their fear of drawing it.

SNL deserves credit for taking on how the global Jihad movement is trying to use violence to curtail free speech.  This sketch broke with the mainstream media’s focus on attacking Pamela Geller, the sponsor of the “draw Mohammed” contest, for holding an event it claims was too provocative and “hate speech.”  By running a sketch in which…

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Winner of “Draw Mohammed” contest Bosch Fawstin speaks out


Nigel Farage Over the Years


6 may 2015

Nigel Farage has been the leading voice for UKIP over the years – today, let’s get him elected to Parliament

Nigel Farage speech in Switzerland

https://swissdefenceleague.wordpress.com/2015/01/09/nigel-farage-speech-in-switzerland/

BREAKING: At least 2 Dead and One Wounded as Muslim Terrorists Attack Pamela Geller’s AFDI Forum on Free Speech in Garland, Texas (LIVE VIDEO)


Originally posted on sharia unveiled:

Pamela Geller AFDI in Garland Texas 1

by, Nomaan Merchant and Dean Schabner | 6abc.com

The City of Garland said in a statement posted on its Facebook page Sunday night that two men drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center and began shooting at a security officer.

Garland Police Department officers engaged the gunmen, who were both shot and killed, the statement said.

The statement did not say whether the shooting was related to the event. The security officer’s injuries were not life-threatening, the city said.

The gunmen’s vehicle may contain an “incendiary device,” according to the statement. A bomb squad was on the scene, and nearby businesses were evacuated.

Police blocked off a large area around the center Sunday…

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Richard Wagner : The Ride of the Valkyries


Richard Wagner : The Ride of the Valkyries

Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

 

US Refuses to Condemn Iran Aggression at Sea


Originally posted on Espace détente, poésie, judaïsme et lutte contre la désinformation:

Iranian warship

Iran blatantly breached international maritime conventions by raiding a cargo ship and forcing it to an Iranian port, but the US refuses to condemn Tehran for the aggression as it aims to reach a nuclear deal by June 30.

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(globalsecurity.org)

Iranian forces on Tuesday fired warning shots across the bridge of the MV Maersk Tigris, a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel, as it was traversing the Strait of Hormuz. The Iranians boarded and directed it toward the Iranian mainland, a Pentagon official said. No one was injured.

The incident, which prompted the US Navy to dispatch a destroyer and plane in response, comes at a critical time in Tehran’s relations with the US, which is negotiating a final deal regarding Iran’s nuclear program.

In another incident, US Navy officials said Tuesday that several Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) Navy vessels had surrounded a US-flagged cargo ship, the Maersk Kensington, last Friday…

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Music : Ten Second Songs


Ten Second Songs  My name is Anthony Vincent and I’m the voice of Ten Second Songs, custom songs made in ANY style. Make sure to subscribe to my channel to see/hear some more awesome music from me!

Visit http://tensecondsongs.com for information on upcoming videos and to hangout with Anthony on Google Hangouts.

Ex-Muslim Mona Walter Left Islam After Reading the Quran


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

Mona Walter

Ex-Muslim: Koran Revealed a Religion I Did Not Like

CBN, by Dale Hurd, April 28, 2015:

GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Mona Walter is on a mission. Her mission is for more Muslims to know what is in the Koran. She says if more Muslims knew what was in the Koran, more would leave Islam.

Walter came to Sweden from Somalia as a war refugee when she was 19. She says she was excited about joining a modern European nation with equal rights for women. But as a young Muslim woman, that was not the Sweden she encountered.

A Real Introduction to Islam

It was in Sweden that she first experienced radical Islam on a daily basis.

“I discovered Islam first in Sweden. In Somalia, you’re just a Muslim, without knowing the Koran. But then you come to Sweden and you go to mosque and there is the Koran, so you have…

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Music : Berry Sakharof, Made In Israel !


Music : Berry Sakharof, Made In Israel !

BerrySakharof  ברי סחרוף – חבל שאת לא

Too bad you’re not telling
Do not show
Signs of weakness.
Yes, fear of leaving scars
Not ready to close up
Run your own thoughts, your smile
Bent like a question mark (?) Always
Foldable time, it‘s too bad that not telling
Wish you were.
You said it was like a war Night After Night
Her nausea.
Do not believe a man in the city, close-up
She will not. It’s too bad you’re not telling.

 

A Triptych of England and the English


Originally posted on nebraskaenergyobserver:

Procession_of_Characters_from_Shakespeare's_Plays_-_Google_Art_ProjectThis royal throne of kings,this scepter’d isle, This earth of majesty,this seat of Mars, This other Eden, Demi-paradise, This fortress, built by Nature for herself, Against infection,and the hand of war; This happy breed of men, this little world, This precious stone set in the silver sea, Which serves it in the office of a wall, Or as a moat defensive to a house, Against the envy of less happier lands; This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England..

Seems a good way to start since we mark three things today, a triptych, if you will. In 1564 William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon, and 52 years later on this date he died there, as well. In between he became the greatest author to ever write in the English tongue, and simply perhaps the best, ever.

A man whose works we have read, and honored in all our generations…

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Islamic State operative speaks about Australia, Courtesy P. Geller


An Islamic State operative, in Abu Bakr’s inner circle, talks about his experiences with Australia

 

http://pamelageller.com/2015/04/lol-11.html/

 

Those #Muslims Say the Darndest Things


Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

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Published on Apr 19, 2015 by Eric Allen Bell

Liberty and Islam cannot coexist. Free Speech and Islam cannot coexist. Women’s Rights and Islam cannot coexist. Human Rights and Islam cannot coexist. Critical Thinking and Islam cannot coexist. Weapons of Mass Destruction and Islam cannot coexist. The future and Islam cannot coexist.

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Churches in Turkey on the Verge of Extinction


Churches in Turkey on the Verge of Extinction

 

One of the common features of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey seems to be their intolerance of churches.

“Turkey is not converting churches into mosques because there is a need for more mosques… The message conveyed … is that Turkey is an Islamic state and no other religion is tolerated.” — Constantine Tzanos, author.

The physical devastation of the Christian Armenians was followed by a cultural devastation. Countless Christian churches and schools have been destroyed or turned into mosques, storehouses or stables, among other things.

“Christians are certainly seen as second-class citizens. A real citizen is a Muslim, and those who aren’t Muslim are seen as suspicious.” — Walter Flick, Scholar, International Society for Human Rights.

Sadly, Turkey, a NATO member since 1952 and supposedly a candidate for membership in the European Union, has largely succeeded in destroying the entire Christian cultural heritage of Asia Minor.

While Eastern Orthodox Christians recently celebrated their Easter holy week, a historical Church in Istanbul — the once magnificent Christian city of Constantinople — is witnessing yet another abuse at the hands of its current authorities.

“The historic Istanbul cathedral and museum, Hagia Sophia, witnessed its first Quran recitation under its roof after 85 years Saturday,” reported the state-run Anatolian News Agency of Turkey. “The Religious Affairs Directorate launched the exhibition “Love of Prophet,” as part of commemorations of the birth of Islamic Prophet Muhammad.”

Even though Christians are a tiny minority in Turkey today, Christianity has a long history in Asia Minor, the birthplace of many Christian Apostles and Saints, including Paul of Tarsus, Timothy, Nicholas of Myra, and Polycarp of Smyrna.

All of the first seven Ecumenical Councils were held in present-day Turkey. Two out of the five centers (Patriarchates) of the ancient Pentarchy – Constantinople (Istanbul) and Antioch (Antakya) – are also situated there. Antioch was the place where, for the first time, the followers of Jesus were called “Christians.”

Turkey is also home to the Seven Churches of Asia, where were sent the Revelations to John. During the centuries that followed, countless churches were established throughout the region.

One of them, Hagia Sophia, was once the grandest cathedral in the Christian world — until the fall of Constantinople by the Ottomans on May 29, 1453, followed by a three days of unbridled pillage.[1]

Hagia Sophia was not exempt. Pillagers made their way to the Hagia Sophia and battered down its doors. Trapped in the church, congregants and refugees became spoils to be divided among the Ottoman invaders.

The historian Steven Runciman in The Fall of Constantinople 1453 writes:

“They slew everyone that they met in the streets, men, women and children without discrimination. The blood ran in rivers down the steep streets from the heights of Petra towards the Golden Horn. But soon the lust for slaughter was assuaged. The soldiers realized that captives and precious objects would bring them greater profit.”[2]

After the fall of the city, the Hagia Sophia Church was converted into a mosque.

A mosque with the name Hagia Sophia, Greek for Ἁγία Σοφία, “Holy Wisdom,” is possible if the church is brought under the control of an Islamic theocracy. It is like having a mosque called “the Armenian Mosque of the Holy Cross”.

In the 1930s, the Turkish government made it into a museum. But turning a church into a museum is also not a trait of a truly democratic state. One of the common features of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey seems to be their intolerance of churches.

In 2013, the Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc expressed his hope to see the Hagia Sophia Museum be used as a mosque, and even referred to it it the “Hagia Sophia Mosque.”

“Turkey is not converting churches into mosques because there is a need for more mosques, and Turkey does not have the resources to build them,” wrote Constantine Tzanos. “The message conveyed by those in Turkey who have achieved the conversion of Christian churches into mosques and demand the conversion of Hagia Sofia is that Turkey is an Islamic state and no other religion is tolerated.”

On November, 2014, Pope Francis paid the fourth ever visit of a Pope to Turkey. Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Tanju Bilgic told reporters that during the trip, the issue of an “alliance of civilizations, dialogue between cultures, xenophobia, the fight against racism and political developments in the region” would be on the agenda.

The agenda of Pope Francis should actually have included the churches of Turkey that have been destroyed, damaged or converted into many things including stables – like the historical Armenian Gregoryan Church in the province of Izmir (Smyrna). “Some citizens put their cows and horses inside the church, while the inhabitants of the neighborhood complain that the church has been turned into a site of drug addicts and alcoholics,” reported the newspaper Milliyet.

Another victim of Turkey’s intolerance of churches, the Agios Theodoros Byzantine Church in Istanbul, was first converted into a mosque during the rule of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II; it was named after Mollah Gurani, the fourth Sheikh-ul-Islam (the authority that governed religious affairs of the Muslims in the Ottoman Empire).

It was reported in March 2014, that the entry section of the former church-mosque has become a “house,” and its upper storey turned into a “flat.” A shanty has been built inside its garden. The priest’s room is now a toilet.

Centuries later, the habits of Ottoman Turks seem not to have changed.

Today, Turkey has a smaller percentage of its Christian population than any of its neighbors – less than Syria, Iraq and Iran. The greatest cause of this was the Assyrian, Armenian and Greek slaughters or genocides between 1915 and 1923.

At least 2.5 million native Christians of Asia Minor were killed — either massacred outright, or became victims of deportations, slave labor or death marches. Many of them died in concentration camps of diseases or starvation.

Many Greeks who survived the slaughter were driven from their homes in Asia Minor in the 1923 forcible population exchange between Turkey and Greece.

The physical devastation was followed by a cultural devastation. Throughout the history of the Turkish Republic, countless Christian churches and schools have been destroyed or turned into mosques, storehouses and stables among other things.

The columnist Raffi Bedrosyan reported in the Armenian Weekly that

“There are only 34 churches and 18 schools left in Turkey today, mostly in Istanbul, with about less than 3,000 students in these schools.”

“Recent research pegs the number of Armenian churches in Turkey before 1915 at around 2,300. The number of schools before 1915 is estimated at nearly 700, with 82,000 students. These numbers are only for churches and schools under the jurisdiction of the Istanbul Armenian Patriarchate and the Apostolic Church, and therefore do not include the numerous churches and schools belonging to the Protestant and Catholic Armenian parishes.”

Walter Flick, a scholar with the International Society for Human Rights in Germany, says that the Christian minority in Turkey does not enjoy the same rights as the Muslim majority.

“Turkey has almost 80 million inhabitants,” he said. “There are only around 120,000 Christians, which is less than 1 percent of the population. Christians are certainly seen as second-class citizens. A real citizen is Muslim, and those who aren’t Muslim are seen as suspicious.”

According to a 2014 survey, 89 % of the Turkish population said that what defines a nation is belonging to a certain religion. Among the 38 countries that participated in the question: Who believes in the importance of belonging to a specific religion [Islam] in defining the concept of a nation, Turkey [for Turkishness], with 89% of its population agreeing, ranked number one in the world. [3]

“In some ways, Ankara’s policies against Turkey’s Christian citizens have added a modern veneer and sophisticated brutality to Ottoman norms and practices,” wrote political scientist Dr. Elizabeth H. Prodromou and historian Dr. Alexandros K. Kyrou. In the words of an anonymous Church hierarch in Turkey fearful for the life of his flock, Christians in Turkey are an endangered species.”

On April 4, 1949, the signers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Washington D.C. announced: “The Parties to this Treaty reaffirm their faith in the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and their desire to live in peace with all peoples and all governments. They are determined to safeguard the freedom, common heritage and civilization of their peoples, founded on the principles of democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law. They seek to promote stability and well-being in the North Atlantic area. They are resolved to unite their efforts for collective defense and for the preservation of peace and security.”

Being part of the EU community and NATO requires respecting the Jewish, Christian, Hellenic and secular humanist values that have characterized Western Civilization, and contributed to civil rights, democracy, philosophy and science from which everyone can benefit.

Sadly, Turkey, a NATO member since 1952, and reportedly a candidate for membership in the European Union, has largely succeeded in destroying the entire Christian cultural heritage of Asia Minor.

All this is reminiscent of what ISIS and other jihadist armies have been doing in the Middle East. In Turkey, the remaining Christian population, the grandchildren of genocide survivors, are still exposed to discrimination. The old habits of Ottoman Turks do not seem to die.

Uzay Bulut, born a Muslim, is a Turkish journalist based in Ankara.

                                     Gatestone Institute

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