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  • IN DENTENTION Turkey arrests 62 schoolchildren for TREASON following failed military coup

    07/24/2016 7:08:50 PM PDT · 1 of 10
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  • Islamic State Celebrates Munich Attack: ‘Everything Hurting Infidels Makes Us Happy’

    07/24/2016 11:32:51 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    Fitzy_888 to blam
    The Munich Massacre Is A Complete Coverup. The Munich Shooter’s Facebook Including His Family Background Shows He Is NOT Iranian But A Syrian Islamist Pro Turkey Walid Shoebat on July 23, 2016 Ali David Sonboly (real name Ali Daud Sonboly) is no Iranian. He is pro Turkey’s Islamist agenda and he is from Syria, not Iran. That plus he had a record with the Interpol and was being watched. First of all. There is only one way to spell Sonboly in the Arabic: سنبلي. In the English it can be spelled multiple ways like Sunbulli, Sonboly because Arabic vowels need to be added using English letters. This is why we find Muhammad spelled as Mohemmed or Mehemet or Mohammad … But in Arabic, it is always the same spelling: سنبلي Unless one knows Arabic, they do not know where to look. Examining clan Sonboly and even Sonboly’s own Facebook (archived here) we find no persian flags hovering anywhere. What we find are Turkish or Syrian flags or the combination of the two, just like the shooter’s Facebook shows. These are Syrian Islamists who are pro Turkey’s Erdogan. We also find Arabic and not a lick of Persian as their main language. This is unlikely a ‘Sonboly’ of the Persian variety. Ali Daud (not David) Sonboly, did not simply have a fetish for the red colored flag or the crescent moon. His clan is of Turkish origin living in Syria. Go ahead, peruse each of their Facebook pages yourself and see. The case for this clan’s love of Turkey’s Erdogan is ironclad. Plus he lived in the Turkish neighborhood and his Facebook shows he was in Germany’s hauptschule college since 2011. He did not arrive there just two years ago. Someone up there in Germany’s government is fibbing advertising him as an Iranian which would make him a Shiite Muslim. This is done in order to avoid repercussion. Imagine Germans finding out that Turks and Syrian refugees who are entering Germany by the droves are the real culprit? For Germany, it was time to sweep it all under a Persian rug. (...) http://shoebat.com/2016/07/23/the-munich-massacre-is-a-complete-coverup-the-munich-shooters-facebook-including-his-family-background-shows-he-is-not-iranian-but-a-syrian-islamist-pro-turkey/
  • Three Simple Reasons Why Trump Will Win

    07/24/2016 10:28:36 AM PDT · 24 of 36
    Fitzy_888 to Kaslin

    The FBI admits publically it can’t properly vet Sryian migrants.

    Trump wants to suspend immigration of Syrian migrants until such time as we have a means to get them.

    Hillary wants to increase migration by 650%.

    What other reason do you need?

    I pose this to liberals all the time.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Machete-wielding Syrian refugee kills woman and injures two..(Germany)

    07/24/2016 10:12:56 AM PDT · 97 of 156
    Fitzy_888 to PROCON

    “....21-year-old man, who was known to police...”

    Clearly driven by harassment, Obama will have his back.

  • Why Obama’s half-brother says he’ll be voting for Donald Trump

    07/24/2016 9:55:24 AM PDT · 21 of 26
    Fitzy_888 to profit_guy

    Didn’t Obama’s leave his aunt living in some squalid public housing?

    Who’s she voting for?

  • Turkey failed coup: Presidential guard to be disbanded

    07/24/2016 9:44:41 AM PDT · 30 of 30
    Fitzy_888 to Navy Patriot

    Erdogan needs loyalty and historical ignorance being preferred.

    An analogy would be Obama’s 20-something dimwit White House press corp.

  • Turkey failed coup: Presidential guard to be disbanded

    07/24/2016 9:40:33 AM PDT · 29 of 30
    Fitzy_888 to Navy Patriot

    The Assad’s kept power for decades by not having seconds or high level aids -no inner circle. The Assad’s deal directing with 50 plus key people throughout the government. They take calls from or meet individually with the Assad’s, No contact between these people is formally allowed, if they are found to be associates they are at high risk of wrest, interrogation, torture and imprisonment.

    So, nobody but the Assad’s see the big picture. This probably the system Erdogan wants to create.

    Given the presidential guard no doubt carries some prestige, these people are at least aquinted with many prominent agency heads, law makers and underlings. Erdogan can’t have it.

  • Munich gunman fixated on mass killing, had no Islamist ties

    07/23/2016 3:14:44 PM PDT · 61 of 91
    Fitzy_888 to Berlin_Freeper

    [Meanwhile, the French are now actively destroying evidence.]

    INFO LE FIGARO — An urgent legal requisition was sent to the urban supervision center of Nice on Wednesday, July 20. The Paris prosecutor expresses a desire to “avoid the uncontrolled dissemination of these images.”

    Panic and incomprehension in the office of mayor of Nice. On Wednesday at 11am the Anti-Terrorism Sub-Directorate (SDAT) sent agents who manage video surveillance of the city a requisition citing Articles 53 and L706-24 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and Article R642-1 of the Penal Code, asking them for a “complete” erasure of 24 hours of images from six cameras named and numbered, but also of all the scenes from the beginning of the attack that took place on the Promenade des Anglais, on the night of July 14.

    The state agents of the urban supervision center of Nice are stunned. “This is the first time we have been asked to destroy evidence,” says a source close to the investigation. “The CCTV center and the city of Nice could be prosecuted for this, and also the officers in charge of the device don’t have jurisdiction to engage in such operations.”

    We do not know that giving a destruction order while we are in full backup is not going to affect the whole system,” the investigators say with concern.

    Contacted by Le Figaro, the Paris prosecutor’s office confirmed the information and said: “This was done in this case to prevent the uncontrolled and unchecked dissemination of these images.” The national police remind that “out of the thousand cameras in Nice, 140 had elements relevant to the investigation. The police recovered 100% of them. The Judicial Police and prosecutors have asked for the pictures from these 140 cameras to be deleted, to prevent malicious use of them, concerned for the dignity of the victims and to prevent the reproduction of these images by jihadist websites for propaganda purposes.” Finally, at the chancery, it is specified that the application of a “complete” erasure is explained by the inability to undertake partial destruction of such equipment.

    (...)

  • 'I am German': Munich gunman in furious exchange with bystander

    07/23/2016 1:35:41 PM PDT · 133 of 146
    Fitzy_888 to Enchante

    He’s Iranian, 20 to 1 odds he’s Shiite.

    He was picked on by Turks. Who’s more arrogant, Turk’s or Persian’s...? That probably depends on the respective numbers present. They both think their hairy wives don’t stink.

    Germany is supplying a lot of small arms to Sunni rebel in Syria.

    Assad is Alewite, which is a Shiite sect. Iran is supporting Assad and has units fighting there.

    Islamist Turks have a lot to brag about likely and they ARE fighting a proxy war with Iran.

    Possible motive, aside from regular old Muslim blood lust.

  • Another Day, Another Jihad Massacre

    07/23/2016 1:12:29 PM PDT · 56 of 56
    Fitzy_888 to cba123

    [The French are now actively destroying evidence.]

    INFO LE FIGARO — An urgent legal requisition was sent to the urban supervision center of Nice on Wednesday, July 20. The Paris prosecutor expresses a desire to “avoid the uncontrolled dissemination of these images.”

    Panic and incomprehension in the office of mayor of Nice. On Wednesday at 11am the Anti-Terrorism Sub-Directorate (SDAT) sent agents who manage video surveillance of the city a requisition citing Articles 53 and L706-24 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and Article R642-1 of the Penal Code, asking them for a “complete” erasure of 24 hours of images from six cameras named and numbered, but also of all the scenes from the beginning of the attack that took place on the Promenade des Anglais, on the night of July 14.

    The state agents of the urban supervision center of Nice are stunned. “This is the first time we have been asked to destroy evidence,” says a source close to the investigation. “The CCTV center and the city of Nice could be prosecuted for this, and also the officers in charge of the device don’t have jurisdiction to engage in such operations.”

    We do not know that giving a destruction order while we are in full backup is not going to affect the whole system,” the investigators say with concern.

    Contacted by Le Figaro, the Paris prosecutor’s office confirmed the information and said: “This was done in this case to prevent the uncontrolled and unchecked dissemination of these images.” The national police remind that “out of the thousand cameras in Nice, 140 had elements relevant to the investigation. The police recovered 100% of them. The Judicial Police and prosecutors have asked for the pictures from these 140 cameras to be deleted, to prevent malicious use of them, concerned for the dignity of the victims and to prevent the reproduction of these images by jihadist websites for propaganda purposes.” Finally, at the chancery, it is specified that the application of a “complete” erasure is explained by the inability to undertake partial destruction of such equipment.

    (...)

  • Incirlik Air Base Being Held Hostage

    07/23/2016 12:48:19 PM PDT · 22 of 24
    Fitzy_888 to HangUpNow

    The Iranian hostage were taken by “student protesters” and the powers that be denied any responsibility.

    Likewise, so will Erdogan.claim ignorance.

    Obama will be shocked...shocked I tell you.

  • Incirlik Air Base Being Held Hostage

    07/23/2016 12:26:07 PM PDT · 21 of 24
    Fitzy_888 to darkwing104

    Erdogan’s supports are Islamists who’ve been suppressed and the worst of the worst are probably now just emerging.

    The perimeter of the base is guarded by the Turk military. As I’ve said before, Erdogan may be struggling to appear aggressive enough for zealots that have been suppressed for a CENTURY.

    So...let’s say a crowd of protestors numbering 5, 8 or 10,000 decide to march on the airbase spurred on by some Imam. What do the Turk’s guarding the parimeter do, given their resistance could get them killed on the spot.

    This could quickly get beyond Erdogan’s control.

  • Bold: Fox News Anchor Asks Obama If New Polling Is an 'Indictment' of His Presidency

    07/23/2016 11:59:05 AM PDT · 21 of 30
    Fitzy_888 to Kaslin

    The White House press Corp is made up of 20-something dimwits fresh out of the indoctrination centers known as journalism schools.

    Of course Obama thinks the line of questioning is editorializing. Such is career ending within the White House press “corpse” as Obama would say.

  • MUNICH SHOOTING: 10 dead including 'IRANIAN' gunman & 20 hurt after shopping mall attack

    07/22/2016 9:14:23 PM PDT · 119 of 172
    Fitzy_888 to freespirit2012

    Odds are 20 to 1 he’s Shia.

    Germany is supplying a lot of small arms to Sunni rebel in Syria.

    Assad is Alewite, which is a Shiite sect. Iran is supporting Assad and has units fighting there.

    Possible motive, aside from regular old Muslim blood lust.

  • 'You Belittled Me, But You Were Completely Ignorant of my Struggles:' Stanford Student Tells Dentist

    07/22/2016 6:37:52 PM PDT · 40 of 160
    Fitzy_888 to nickcarraway

    Go fund me site going up in 3...2...1

  • At a Berlin church, Muslim refugees converting in droves

    07/22/2016 4:44:47 PM PDT · 56 of 60
    Fitzy_888 to Javeth

    Persians hate Arabs, it both racial and religious.

    Arab, from the original Hebrew, means “mixed company” or “mixed people”. Gulf Arabs are a mixture of races including Africa.

    Persian are Shiite. Shiites firmly believe in the bloodline of the profit Mohammed. Mohammed’s cousin married his daughter Fatima, Mohammed cousin the fourth caliph was murdered with him son (Mohammed’s grandson) by a Sunni warlord from Syria. In addition, Mohammed’s son-in-law and cousin’s head was later put on display on a wall in...take a guess...DAMASCUS. Hmmm, and Iranians are freelancing in Syria. So...anyway. A Sunni severed the bloodline of the profit and Mohammed’s grandson would never become Caliph. Shiites firmly believe this was a great tragedy, Sunni’s downplay the significance. This is the original source of Shitte vs Sunni strife.

    It’s not dirty laundry that Muslims of any variety want aired and that’s why you probably never heard it.

  • Russian warplanes reportedly bombed US base in Syria [last month]

    07/22/2016 3:19:51 PM PDT · 22 of 22
    Fitzy_888 to BenLurkin

    “U.S. officials said that the Pentagon had never asked the Russians to steer clear of that area because it wasn’t close to the front lines and Russian aircraft didn’t operate in that part of Syria anyway.”

    (...)

    “Since the strike, the U.S. has told Russia to steer clear of the Jordanian border.”

    => Obama is probably training insurgent to overthrow Jordan. One of the few places in the Middle East that Obama and Hillary haven’t screwed up yet.

  • 'Shots fired' in Munich shopping centre, German police deployed

    07/22/2016 2:34:13 PM PDT · 392 of 570
    Fitzy_888 to ColdOne

    (The translation is part of a blog post, see below.)

    The Not-So-Sudden Jihad Syndrome in Nice
    http://gatesofvienna.net/2016/07/the-not-so-sudden-jihad-syndrome-in-nice/#more-40373

    (There is also a very critical news video captions in English below.)

    While the time has come for tributes and speeches, the investigation of the Nice attack is advancing
    0:07 in baby steps. The profile of the killer becomes clearer. Mohamed, who was of Tunisian nationality
    0:12 and not of double nationality, as we were being told before,
    0:16 would have largely premeditated his actions,
    0:19 a preparation shattering hypotheses’ of being “mentally unstable”.
    0:22 Benjamin Nicolas: Questions about killer’s profile gradually fade.
    0:27 Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31 years old, a Tunisian residing in France,
    0:31 and a residence permit-holder for the last eight years had indeed premeditated his actions.
    0:36 Research about his past revealed that his father had been a member of Ennahda,
    0:40 a Tunisian Islamist party, not exactly known for its moderation.
    0:43 Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel was first introduced as suffering from depression, depressed
    0:48 because of his divorce, and turned against society, and whose radicalization was, as always, sudden.
    0:53 He had no “file S” [a terrorist record] but was under judicial review
    0:56 for violent acts unrelated to terrorism.
    0:59 Until now he had complied with those measures of control.
    1:02 Anyway his crime was well thought-out:
    1:05 apart from renting the truck, he repeatedly made marks on the slaughter route,
    1:10 without arousing suspicions of law enforcement,
    1:13 even though Nice is one of the French cities most monitored by cameras.
    1:17 The terrorist managed to evade all the measures; the measures, all in all, rather light,
    1:21 since no fences or concrete obstacles were installed
    1:25 to prevent vehicles from entering the pedestrian zone.
    1:28 It is partly for this reason that the vehicle could travel more than two kilometres
    1:31 before being stopped by police bullets,
    1:34 also by the municipal police, who were armed, fortunately.
    1:37 Tired out, no doubt, by the very high security measures during Euro Soccer,
    1:41 the security forces there were, according to Christian Estrosi, the president of
    1:45 the PACA region [Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur] insufficient for the supervision of July 14;
    1:49 the 84 dead and dozens injured, still between life and death, are the most striking results of it.
    1:54 There was a delay in admitting that this event was a terrorist attack.
    1:58 Instead it has been presented as an isolated act. A claim by ISIS in its propaganda newspaper
    2:04 ended the hesitation, even if claims after the fact
    2:07 should always be taken with caution. A message found on Mohamed’s phone
    2:12 makes the investigators believe that he probably had accomplices.
    2:16 A total of seven people were taken into custody, including a couple of Albanian Muslims.
    2:20 They all have described the terrorist as a violent man.
    2:23 Faced with this new attack striking France full force,
    2:26 the socialist government is concentrating conveniently on paying their respects, to avoid drawing
    2:30 any conclusions from their failure. The mourning time is constantly being mentioned
    2:34 to make people accept the shocking and permanent lack of action.
    2:37 While attacks accumulate on our territory, no resignation has been announced yet:
    2:41 neither the minister of the interior nor local prefects from affected towns;
    2:45 on the contrary, any critical commentary on the insecurity prevailing in France
    2:49 is considered improper by the socialist government. The only permissible discussions are those
    2:53 concerning compensation for victims, but that doesn’t seem to be handled better then the security.

  • 'Shots fired' in Munich shopping centre, German police deployed

    07/22/2016 1:01:57 PM PDT · 314 of 570
    Fitzy_888 to UKrepublican

    [The French are now actively destroying evidence.]

    INFO LE FIGARO — An urgent legal requisition was sent to the urban supervision center of Nice on Wednesday, July 20. The Paris prosecutor expresses a desire to “avoid the uncontrolled dissemination of these images.”

    Panic and incomprehension in the office of mayor of Nice. On Wednesday at 11am the Anti-Terrorism Sub-Directorate (SDAT) sent agents who manage video surveillance of the city a requisition citing Articles 53 and L706-24 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and Article R642-1 of the Penal Code, asking them for a “complete” erasure of 24 hours of images from six cameras named and numbered, but also of all the scenes from the beginning of the attack that took place on the Promenade des Anglais, on the night of July 14.

    The state agents of the urban supervision center of Nice are stunned. “This is the first time we have been asked to destroy evidence,” says a source close to the investigation. “The CCTV center and the city of Nice could be prosecuted for this, and also the officers in charge of the device don’t have jurisdiction to engage in such operations.”

    We do not know that giving a destruction order while we are in full backup is not going to affect the whole system,” the investigators say with concern.

    Contacted by Le Figaro, the Paris prosecutor’s office confirmed the information and said: “This was done in this case to prevent the uncontrolled and unchecked dissemination of these images.” The national police remind that “out of the thousand cameras in Nice, 140 had elements relevant to the investigation. The police recovered 100% of them. The Judicial Police and prosecutors have asked for the pictures from these 140 cameras to be deleted, to prevent malicious use of them, concerned for the dignity of the victims and to prevent the reproduction of these images by jihadist websites for propaganda purposes.” Finally, at the chancery, it is specified that the application of a “complete” erasure is explained by the inability to undertake partial destruction of such equipment.

    (...)

  • As Erdoğan moves, a precarious situation for Christians in Turkey

    07/22/2016 10:30:10 AM PDT · 4 of 11
    Fitzy_888 to Lent

    The blood thirsty Islamists have been suppressed for a century in Turkey, when the local Imam’s start freelancing their followers, sending them against the Christians and Kurds, will Erdogan stop it? Can he stop it?

  • Turkey Restores Power to Incirlik Air Base, Used By U.S. Against ISIS

    07/22/2016 10:22:00 AM PDT · 9 of 20
    Fitzy_888 to MarchonDC09122009

    Obama’s anti-ISIS operations: shooting craps, pocket pool, throwing the pigskin around, working on your tan, etc.

  • Turkey – Roger out

    07/22/2016 10:12:18 AM PDT · 18 of 29
    Fitzy_888 to SJackson

    About 13% of Turkey’s economy is tourism, that’s going to zero immediately.

    30% of the economy is agriculture, with the coming loss of property rights and ensuing corruption/cronyism maybe they lose 1/3 of productivity.

    So maybe one quarter of the economy disappears in the very near future.

    Turkey is fighting a proxy war against Russia and Iran within Syria. Russia provides 55% of Turkey’s natural gas imports. Turkey controls the bosphorus strait. Turkey and Russia have fought 12 wars in the last 500 years.

    Nothing to worry about. /sarc

  • Turkey and Erdogan: Here comes the (real) caliphate

    07/21/2016 7:30:06 PM PDT · 27 of 48
    Fitzy_888 to Fitzy_888

    “our” -you grammar Kemalists!

  • Turkey and Erdogan: Here comes the (real) caliphate

    07/21/2016 7:27:54 PM PDT · 26 of 48
    Fitzy_888 to eleni121

    They’re are strategic partner, they just need to keep a lid on it. /as if, sarc^2

  • Concern Grows for Christians in Turkey After Failed Coup

    07/21/2016 5:44:20 PM PDT · 20 of 21
    Fitzy_888 to marshmallow

    While I’m more sympathetic to the Christians, I think the very first target will be ANY military age Syrian transient/vagrant that is on the street and not in a refugee camp. Freelancers will walk out of Friday prayers tomorrow and go straight for these people with blood lust.

    News outlets are saying this will worsen the migrant crisis, I tend to think the opposite -the Turks will have absolutely no mercy for non citizens that are already seen as a nuisance.

  • Turkey and Erdogan: Here comes the (real) caliphate

    07/21/2016 4:41:20 PM PDT · 11 of 48
    Fitzy_888 to Travis McGee

    From the article...

    “Erdogan wants power for himself, but he also, sincerely, wants it for his faith. He’s a true believer and a megalomaniac. His ambitions will ultimately lead Turkey, its neighbors and, quite possibly, its blind, bewildered allies into a succession of bloody tragedies, but for now he has real support among half of the population, those for whom the fever of faith is the ultimate intoxicant. He polls better than Hitler did. “Mein Kampf” is no match for the Holy Koran.”

  • Turkey and Erdogan: Here comes the (real) caliphate

    07/21/2016 4:10:49 PM PDT · 1 of 48
    Fitzy_888
  • Marine vet, 81, held hostage in motel room for 4 years, police reveal

    07/21/2016 3:03:16 PM PDT · 26 of 39
    Fitzy_888 to Buckeye McFrog

    If the motel/hotel is renting extended stay you can well assume it’s pretty run down and not asking question is part of the unspoken contract.

  • Marine vet, 81, held hostage in motel room for 4 years, police reveal

    07/21/2016 2:47:57 PM PDT · 20 of 39
    Fitzy_888 to Kaslin

    My first job after college was in Westchester, pricey rent. I didn’t want to live in Westchester anyway. I had an apartment in Highland Falls, just south (2 miles) of West Point. It’s I really sleepy town, no urban element, nothing to see. I’m fairly shocked.

    A liberal NY judge sets bail at $15,000...and you watch, when convicted the judge WON’T demand restitution.

  • Miss Turkey Gets 14 Months Prison for “Publicly Insulting” Turkey’s Erdogan

    07/21/2016 9:56:48 AM PDT · 35 of 50
    Fitzy_888 to A Navy Vet

    Wrong book:

    “And I will put enmity between you [the devil] and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; “ -Genisis 3:15

  • Miss Turkey Gets 14 Months Prison for “Publicly Insulting” Turkey’s Erdogan

    07/21/2016 9:08:49 AM PDT · 1 of 50
    Fitzy_888
    “The fate of the country is up to the people of Turkey. Unless there is an outcry from Turkish people I don’t know how this situation can be resolved. I’m just hoping that Turkish people will awaken to what’s going on.”
  • Turkey suspends European Convention on Human Rights in wake of failed coup

    07/21/2016 8:00:03 AM PDT · 10 of 28
    Fitzy_888 to TheDon
    [Irony defined.] On Thursday, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said it would be in Turkey’s interest “to keep the state of emergency only for the duration that it is absolutely necessary.” He also warned against arresting people just on the basis of their political attitude rather than a proven role in the coup. Austria, meanwhile, summoned Turkey’s ambassador and questioned him about the country’s future. “We want to clarify . . . which direction Turkey is going to take,” said Foreign Minister Sebatian Kurz in a radio interview cited by Reuters. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/state-of-emergency-begins-in-turkey-with-new-arrests-of-judges-generals/2016/07/21/604afada-4eb2-11e6-bf27-405106836f96_story.html
  • Turkey suspends European Convention on Human Rights in wake of failed coup

    07/21/2016 7:32:45 AM PDT · 1 of 28
    Fitzy_888
    [The stage is set for genocide.]

    Turkish parliament votes to lift MPs' immunity from prosecution AP | May 20, 2016

    EXCERPTS:

    Turkey’s parliament has approved a bill to amend the constitution to strip MPs of immunity from prosecution, a move that paves the way for the trials of pro-Kurdish and other opposition legislators.

    (...)

    The amendment was proposed by the Justice and Development party after the president accused the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic party (HDP) of being an arm of outlawed Kurdish rebels and repeatedly called for their prosecution on terror-related charges. It puts 138 politicians, the vast majority of them from two opposition parties, at risk of prosecution.

    (...)

    The decision coincides with a wave of violence in Turkey’s south-east following the collapse of a more-than-two-year peace process between the state and the outlawed Kurdistan Worker’s party (PKK).

    The HDP, which backs Kurdish and other minority rights, denies accusations that it is the political arm of the PKK, considered a terrorist group by Ankara and its allies. The party has urged the government to end security operations in the south-east and to resume peace efforts.

    Link: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/20/turkish-mps-vote-lifting-immunity-from-prosecution

  • Donald Trump Sets Conditions for Defending NATO Allies Against Attack (Praises Erdogan!)

    07/21/2016 6:04:43 AM PDT · 46 of 122
    Fitzy_888 to Eurotwit

    Taking acompletely contrarian view, the policy of the US has been to topple Middle East strongmen leaders.

    So I’ll ask, how’s that working out?

    How’s that worked out in Iraq, Egypt, Libya and Syria?

    How has exporting Liberty worked out in practice?

    If these countries don’t want the strongman it’s their F-ing problem!

    “It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliance with any portion of the foreign world” -George Washington’s Farewell Address.

    “Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations-entangling alliances with none.” -Thomas Jefferson inaugural Pledge.

    I have a novel idea, why don’t we dust off our founding principals, stop paying it lip service on this site.

  • Turkey gouvernement revokes 3213 ham radio licenses (Spellius Wrongus Copy/Paste)

    07/20/2016 7:26:36 PM PDT · 10 of 26
    Fitzy_888 to Celerity

    You can send images via ham radio, Erdogan doesn’t want real time images of genicide going out to the world -Obama agreed.

  • Coup Attempt Ripple Effect: Azerbaijan Closes TV Station [Planned Gulen Interview]

    07/20/2016 4:41:04 PM PDT · 1 of 4
    Fitzy_888
    This is why we won't hear from Gulen, Obama will pull the network's license before he allows that to happen.
  • Erdogan declares state of emergency

    07/20/2016 3:59:47 PM PDT · 26 of 64
    Fitzy_888 to Eleutheria5

    NEW DISCOVERY: Erdogan Is Now Reviving The Religion Of The Antichrist That Will Enable The Islamic Mahdi To Declare “I Am God!”

    December 19, 2014

    EXCERPT:

    So lets begin the very interesting journey. Well, to start off with, for several months now, we revealed through several articles the necessity to focus that the future Antichrist as most likely being Turkish and specifically an adherer of Sufi Islam. But even more specifically on November 28th we stated that he would be magnatized to the specific teaching of the famous Sufi mystic Jalal al-Din Rumi. We concluded this crucial issue since Sufi Islam adheres to a theology called Fana in which man can declare himself to being God which is the signatute of none other than Rumi’s theology. How else can Antichrist declare himself “I am God”?

    So low and behold this Wednesday December 17th, 11 days later after we presented our findings, Erdogan of Turkey revealed his fascination with, you guessed it, none other than whom we predicted: Jalal al-Din Rumi.

    This is extremely significant. Erdogan wants to warrant himself major titles and he will never be able to do so unless he finds a theological justification within the theology of Islam which at face value rejects that man can be deified. But imbedded within Islam, the act of a man declaring “I am God,” is in fact an Islamic belief, and is right in line with what St. Paul warned about, a verse which mystified theologians from time immemorial, that the Antichrist “as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.” (2 Thessalonians 2:4). The reason Islam zigzags in this theology is simple: to reject the deity of Christ but only insert this hidden theology when necessary to become Antichrist; to deny the essence of who Christ is and at the same time to replace Christ.

    We in fact even illustrated, before Erdogan’s coming out of the closet this very issue, by quoting the most infamous of Islamic Sufi writers, Rumi, when he wrote of how the goal of the Sufi is to become divine via Fana:

    Remember the famous utterance of al-Hallaj, “I am God.” People think that to say “I am God” is a claim of great pretense and spiritual arrogance. It is actually a claim of extreme humility. “I am God” means “I do not exist.” He is all, everything is He, existence is God’s alone. I am without existence, pure non-existence. I am nothing.” “I am God” is not a claim of great pretension, it is a claim of extreme humility. There is more humility in this than any supposed claim to greatness, but people do not understand the inner meaning. When a man acknowledges his servitude to God, he is aware of his being a servant. He may see himself as a devoted servant of God, but he still sees himself and his own actions as apart from the one reality of God. He is not drowned in the Ocean of Divine Unity. Drowned is he in whom there is not separate motion or mobility. Drowned is he whose movement is the movement of the water. And so it is with the enlightenment ones, those who declares, “I am God.” Anyone who says “I am the servant of God” asserts the reality of two existences, one for himself and the other for God. But he who says “I am God” — and has realized the deepest levels of unity within his being — has seen through the illusion of his existence. He knows from the experience of unity that his own separate existence is nothing but an illusion. Knowing that, he casts its former selfhood upon the winds of oblivion. (Rumi, Hearts bear witness one to another, in The Complete Discourses of Jalal al-Din Rumi, discourse 11, p. 75, ed. Louis Rogers)

    This is the first time in history that this connect was made and now, it is no surprise to us that this Wednesday, the president of Turkey, Erdogan, praised Rumi’s work, revealing that he himself is not only Sufi but that he also believes in Fana “the art annihilation and becoming God himself”. Why else would Erdogan praise Rumi’s work The Masnavi, saying “A work can live for more than seven centuries only if it is written with love”. The Masnavi is amongst Rumi’s most popular works, and it is in this very book that the idea of man becoming divine is adulated. He praises the Sufi declaration “I am the Truth!” saying, “Mansur’s ‘I am the Truth!’ was purest light” (Masnavi, 2.307, trans. Mojaddedi)

    When Christ said “I am The Truth” He was declaring Himself to be God Almighty. Likewise in Sufi Islam, this also exists, yet mimicing Christ. In Sufi Islam for one to exclaim, “I am the Truth,” is to say “I am God!”

    Link: http://shoebat.com/2014/12/19/new-discovery-erdogan-now-reviving-religion-antichrist-will-enable-islamic-mahdi-declare-god/

  • Turkey Closes Down 626 [Private] Schools, Erdogan in Emergency Meetings [ed]

    07/20/2016 3:45:23 PM PDT · 29 of 35
    Fitzy_888 to SleepySimon

    Licenses of 21,000 Turkish teachers have been revoked: ministry official

    Tue Jul 19, 2016

    EXCERPT:

    Reuters) - Turkey’s education ministry has revoked the licenses of 21,000 teachers working in private institutions, an official at the ministry told Reuters on Tuesday, part of an expanding government crackdown following a failed coup attempt.

    (...)

    “The licenses of 21,000 teachers working in privately-run institutions have been canceled. Tip-offs that these (people) are mostly linked with terrorist activities have been taken into consideration,” the ministry official said, without elaborating.

    Link: http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0ZZ22F?il=0

  • Turkey Closes Down 626 [Private] Schools, Erdogan in Emergency Meetings [ed]

    07/20/2016 3:36:05 PM PDT · 26 of 35
    Fitzy_888 to C19fan

    Education in Iran

    EXCERPTS:

    The 1979 revolution continued the country’s emphasis on education with the new government putting its own stamp on the process. The most important change was the Islamization of the education system. All students were segregated by sex. In 1980, the Cultural Revolution Committee was formed to oversee the institution of Islamic values in education. An arm of the committee, the Center for Textbooks (composed mainly of clerics), produced 3,000 new college-level textbooks reflecting Islamic views by 1983.[7] Teaching materials based on Islam were introduced into the primary grades within six months of the revolution.

    (...)

    The country’s 16 universities were closed after the 1979 revolution and were then reopened gradually between 1982 and 1983 under Islamic supervision.

    While the universities were closed, the Cultural Revolution Committee investigated professors and teachers and dismissed those who were believers in Marxism, liberalism, and other “imperialistic” ideologies. The universities reopened with Islamic curricula.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Iran

  • Erdogan declares state of emergency

    07/20/2016 3:19:41 PM PDT · 13 of 64
    Fitzy_888 to Eleutheria5

    After a century of suppressing radical Muslems it’s a very really possibility that Erdogan’s is struggling to be seen as radical enough for the blood thirsty zealots.

    Erdogan may soon instigate a foreign conflict, point to a foreign enemy, just to now stabilize the situation within Turkey.

  • Erdogan locks US airmen, nuclear arms in Incirlik

    07/20/2016 2:49:52 PM PDT · 23 of 34
    Fitzy_888 to justa-hairyape

    I think this will be decided Friday after prayers by Erdogan’s zealots, possibly renegades beyond even Erdogan’s control -they’ve had a taste of blood now.

    To paraphrase, it will again be “....some guys out for a walk that just decided to go kill some Americans.”

  • Erdogan locks US airmen, nuclear arms in Incirlik

    07/20/2016 12:31:17 PM PDT · 10 of 34
    Fitzy_888 to RummyChick

    (Erdogan’s cult of personality.)

    Erdogan goes to prison
    HDN | 3/27/1999
    HAKAN ASLANELI
    Istanbul - Turkish Daily News

    Istanbul’s former Islamist Mayor Recep Tayyip Erdogan has gone to prison to serve a conviction for “inciting hatred based on religious differences” in a speech he made in Siirt nearly a year and a half ago.

    Although he twice had the sentence converted into a monetary fine and postponed, he lost a final appeal and now has to serve 120 days of a 10-month prison sentence.

    Before entering prison, Erdogan spent the day with members of his political party. He was escorted by a convoy of vehicles numbering in the hundreds to Eyup Sultan Camii, where an animal was sacrificed and prayers were offered. From there Erdogan went to Fatih Camii, accompanied by a crowd of some 2,000 people.

    Following the Friday prayer service, Fatih Avenue was closed to traffic by the police because of the large crowd that had gathered. Then, the 2,000-car Erdogan convoy set out for the Pinarhisar Prison at Kirklareli where he will serve his sentence.

    Near to Istanbul

    The 46-year-old Erdogan himself chose to stay in Pinarhisar Prison. Kirklareli Pinarhisar has four wards and is only 190 kilometers northwest of Istanbul. However, Erdogan is to be housed in a section which that has a salon and a bedroom that have been prepared for him; he will not be in the wards with the other prisoners there.

    Virtue Party (FP) members had the section in which he is staying painted. A carpet covers the floor and there is a television set, refrigerator and desk.
    In addition Erdogan’s food will be brought in from outside. Erdogan’s wife, Emine, is expected to move to Pinarhisar for the duration and three houses have been rented in the Kirklareli district. Emine Erdogan and Erdogan’s immediate family will be housed in one and the other two will be used for guests.

    Erdogan was bade farewell in Istanbul as if he were the chairman of the FP. In a statement to the press, he declared: “This is not a farewell. As I have always said, I hope it is just a pause in a series of songs to be finished.”
    In a moving speech, he continued: “I am not saying goodbye. This is just a pause. We will continue to work on the projects we have worked on together in the past. The notes that will follow will bring Turkey peace, love, brotherhood and will continue to unite your love.”

    Tens of thousands of his supporters chanted, “Turkey is proud of you,” as they saw him off from Istanbul.

    Security was tight as the convoy followed Erdogan’s car to Pinarhisar.
    ‘We will not turn from our mission’

    The speech Erdogan gave that led to his downfall and his prison sentence was delivered in 1997 in the town of Siirt, in Turkey’s troubled Southeast.
    The public prosecutor charged Erdogan with “inciting hatred based on religious differences” at a political rally in Siirt. During his speech, Erdogan read a poem by nationalist ideologist Ziya Gokalp, in which he said:

    “Our minarets are our bayonets, Our domes are our helmets, Our mosques are our barracks. We will put a final end to ethnic segregation. No one can ever intimidate us.

    “If the skies and the ground were to open against us. If floods and volcanoes were to burst, We will not turn from our mission. My reference is Islam. If I am not able to speak of this, What is the use of living?”

    Banned for life

    Under the court ruling, Erdogan will be banned from public life forever and will not be able to take part in politics. Friends of Erdogan, who is interested in poetry, say he will write a book of poems while in prison.

    (...)

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/erdogan-goes-to-prison.aspx?pageID=438&n=erdogan-goes-to-prison-1999-03-27

  • The Hostage Air Base – and Its Hydrogen Bombs

    07/20/2016 11:23:58 AM PDT · 18 of 145
    Fitzy_888 to Kaslin

    In exchange for the release of the hostages the Iran’s demanded the return of the Shah.

    In exchange for the release of the hostages the Turk’s demanded the return of Gulen.

    It will be convenient...print media can just to word substitution and rehash their archive articles.

  • Erdogan’s Final Agenda

    07/20/2016 10:53:10 AM PDT · 11 of 18
    Fitzy_888 to pepsionice
  • Erdogan’s Final Agenda

    07/20/2016 10:45:06 AM PDT · 7 of 18
    Fitzy_888 to pepsionice

    Education in Iran

    EXCERPTS:

    The 1979 revolution continued the country’s emphasis on education with the new government putting its own stamp on the process. The most important change was the Islamization of the education system. All students were segregated by sex. In 1980, the Cultural Revolution Committee was formed to oversee the institution of Islamic values in education. An arm of the committee, the Center for Textbooks (composed mainly of clerics), produced 3,000 new college-level textbooks reflecting Islamic views by 1983.[7] Teaching materials based on Islam were introduced into the primary grades within six months of the revolution.

    (...)

    The country’s 16 universities were closed after the 1979 revolution and were then reopened gradually between 1982 and 1983 under Islamic supervision.

    While the universities were closed, the Cultural Revolution Committee investigated professors and teachers and dismissed those who were believers in Marxism, liberalism, and other “imperialistic” ideologies. The universities reopened with Islamic curricula.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Iran

  • Pro-Government Mobs Attack Religious Minorities in Turkey

    07/20/2016 10:10:34 AM PDT · 16 of 24
    Fitzy_888 to marshmallow

    Quran (9:29) - “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”

  • Obama Is Too Incompetent To Pull Off A Coup

    07/20/2016 9:56:51 AM PDT · 49 of 120
    Fitzy_888 to Texas resident

    The Clintons stole 1,500 FBI files.

    Obama’s going to leave office with a 5 ton truck full of harddrives with the NSA data on maybe half the population. Running a consulting business selling opposition research will net Obama $500 million over the next decade and on luntil the data goes stale.

  • Turkey's power cutoff to Incirlik Air Base a problem for Pentagon

    07/20/2016 8:50:36 AM PDT · 55 of 76
    Fitzy_888 to Mount Athos

    “Anti-ISIS operations”

    Translation:

    Shooting craps, solitaire, throwing the pigskin around, etc.

  • Turkey's latest reaction to coup attempt: ban academics from traveling

    07/20/2016 7:30:22 AM PDT · 14 of 18
    Fitzy_888 to JimRed

    Probably....and their too smart to take the hint here.

  • Mystery of 14 Turkish navy ships 'still missing' after failed coup(tr)

    07/19/2016 3:37:02 PM PDT · 32 of 48
    Fitzy_888 to Truth29

    That is until Erdogan sends death squads to murder, rape and disfigure their relatives on video.