Thursday, March 23, 2017

Terrorists Are A Symptom Of Larger Threat – Caliphate Conquest Goals

Terrorists Are A Symptom Of Larger Threat – Caliphate Conquest Goals



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Even as the blood was still wet in the streets of London and the shock of what just happened dawned on the civilized people of the world, particularly in the targeted West sets in, the denial continues. The PC, politically correct self-deception has become ingrained to the point that reality is ignored even in the face of the most hideous acts of Islamic aggression. We label it as terrorism which has the effect of making a distinction between those who kill from those who enable and are sympathetic to the killing.

All Terrorists Deserve A Proper Burial – Pork Products Included, No Virgins Allowed

We call them Islamic terrorists, which they are, but terrorists are simply a means to an end. The bigger and more threatening reality is that of Islamic conquest of the West. The terrorists perpetrate their savagery as a tool of their aggression, their hostile expansion into and attainments of control over our nations. It’s how they intend to establish a global caliphate and force our children and grandchildren into submission and conversion to what many Christians perceive as their heathenism. That conquest is being allowed to happen right before our eyes, with events such as this, in full view.
In the bullet points at the top of their article the Daily Mail describes the subhuman mongrel responsible for the London attack as an “Asian.” They also wrote, ” The killer, described by witnesses as ‘middle-aged and Asian’, then managed to break into the grounds of Parliament, where he fatally stabbed Mr. Palmer – who had 15 years service with the police – with two knives.”
That witness quoted in their article may have been the source of the initial confusion, or the excuse for it, but they were able to post the photos at the same time the text was being run. Clearly the photos are proof the perpetrator was Arab or Middle Eastern in appearance, complete with the telltale beard. There’s nothing Asian about him. It would have been a simple matter to delete the comments of the witness from the story but they chose not to.
That witness, Jayne Wilkinson said: ‘We were taking photos of Big Ben and we saw all the people running towards us, and then there was an Asian guy in about his 40s carrying a knife about seven or eight inches long.” Maybe wherever the tourist Wilkinson is from they refer to Islamic terrorists as Asians. The Daily Mail should know better.
The Islamist didn’t know the officer he killed nor any of the other innocent people he killed and maimed; it was an attack on Britain and on non-Muslims. Their geographic location was enough to justify being killed in the case of the tourists, while the uniform and Parliament building he was protecting sufficient in the knife attack on the police officer.
The useful idiots of the public are tools of the terrorists, enabling this to happen. They’re demanding the turning of a blind eye to the continuing threat and share responsibility for these deaths and injuries. Islam is attacking us all; the invasion is targeting us all. Those who have not encountered violence have been fortunate but don’t have any special immunity. Some of those run down were Korean tourists and school children. It’s not likely they were high on the ISIS target list but the inescapable truth is the Islamic terrorists don’t care who they kill as long as it’s an infidel. 
This piece of trash needs to be made and example of and a new, politically incorrect policy adopted among the nations of the civilized world. All terrorists convicted or otherwise deemed to have engaged in an act of terrorism, regardless of their perceived religion, ethnicity or national origin, should have their remains soaked in pig’s blood and then basted with a combination of minced pork and pig feces before they are then disposed of like the trash they are, either in a hole or burned. Who knows, it might inspire them to think twice about heading off to meet  with 72 elementary-school-aged virgins.
Although it would not be religion-specific, the Islamist leadership groups would likely be marching in the streets in support of terrorist “rights” to a decent burial. Aside from the liberal enablers of the left and the Muslim organizations such as the ACLU and CAIR, nobody else would likely challenge such a decision and if they did, the hell with them.
Most good people would understand and agree that the vile subhumans capable of these actions deserve no better. The Muslim groups would also reveal by their opposition their recognition that it is they, not other true religions of peace, who are largely to blame. It is they who supply the manpower, the support and the finances for organizations that make this sort of thing possible.
If the pigs had a voice in the decision, it is likely they who would be more justified in complaining about the burial arrangements. It is the pigs who are being defiled. 

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Attack in the UK: British Leaders' Inability to Speak Truth About Islam



UTT Throwback Thursday
British Leaders' Inability to Speak Truth About Islam

In the shadows of yesterday's attack 3/22/2017) at Westminster in England which left two citizens, one police officer, and the jihadi attacker dead, one wonders if British leaders will continue to apologize for Islam or speak truth about this deadly threat to the United Kingdom.


See UTT's new video entitled "British Appeasement to Islam" HERE.

Where is Winston Churchill when you need him?

Since 9/11/01, Britain's leaders have been unable to see the reality of the Islamic threat which is overwhelming them, and, in the face of their own destruction, have been incapable of letting the light of truth in to see the problem they face lies with Islam and it's destructive and barbaric sharia.

In October 2001, British Prime Minister held a press conference where he stated:  "This is not a war with Islam. It angers me as it angers the vast majority of Muslims to hear bin Laden and his associates described as Islamic terrorists. They are terrorists pure and simple. Islam is a peaceful and tolerant religion, and the acts of these people are wholly contrary to the teachings of the Koran."

After British Army soldier was run over and beheaded on the streets of Woolwich, England in May 2013 by two Muslims, British Prime Minister David Cameron stated:  "This was not just an attack on Britain and on the British way of life, it was also a betrayal of Islam and on the Muslim communities who give so much to our country.  There is nothing in Islam that justifies this truly dreadful act."

After British aid worker David Haines was beheaded by Muslims in ISIS on video in September 2014, British Prime Minister David Cameron stated:  "They claim to do this in the name of Islam.  That is nonsense.  Islam is a religion of peace.  They are not Muslims.  They are monsters."

What will Prime Minister Theresa May say about Islam after the jihadi attack in Westminster which two civilians and one police officer were killed?

Is she aware "Fight and slay the unbeliever wherever you find them" (Koran 9:5) is a permanent command from Allah for Muslims until the world is under sharia (Islamic Law)?  Is she aware that is why this is taught in Islamic schools all over Britain?

What will London's jihadi mayor say?


Here is what Sir Winston Churchill said:

"How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property, either as a child, a wife, or a concubine, must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men...Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyzes the social development of those who follow it.  No stronger retrograde force exists in the world.  Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome."

[Winston Churchill, The River War (Volume II, 1st edition), pages 248-250]



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Canada: Bring on the Islamization!

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Canada: Bring on the Islamization!

by Judith Bergman  •  March 23, 2017 at 5:00 am
  • The mayor of Brampton, Ontario, Linda Jeffrey, was also seemingly unconcerned about the calls in Toronto to murder Jews.
  • The political establishment also does not seem concerned that imams are saying that the Islamic ruling allowing slaves is still in force. Meanwhile, statistics show that when it comes to hate crimes, Jews are by far the most targeted group.
  • No one -- neither media, nor politicians -- even bothered to ask whether there is a significant connection between the virulent Jew-hatred being preached in mosques and the disproportionately high occurrence of hate crimes against Jews. Instead, the entire Canadian parliament is preoccupied with banning "Islamophobia".
Ayman Elkasrawy, imam of the Masjid Toronto mosque (front row, wearing white), said on video: "... slay them one by one and spare not one of them... Give us victory over the disbelieving people... Give victory to Islam... Purify Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews!" (Image source: Video screenshot from Masjid Toronto via The Rebel)
Imams in Canadian mosques have been inciting the killing of "infidels", primarily Jews, for years. This agitation appears to have had no visible impact on Canadian parliamentarians, evidently too busy with petitions and motions banning alleged "Islamophobia".
In 2009, for example, Toronto-area imam Said Rageah, at the Abu Huraira Centre, called on Allah to "destroy" the enemies of Islam from within and "damn" the "infidel" Jews and Christians.
"Allah protect us from the fitna [sedition, affliction] of these people; Allah protect us from the evil agenda of these people; Allah destroy them from within themselves, and do not allow them to raise their heads" prayed the imam.
In 2012, Sheikh Abdulqani Mursal, imam at Masjid Al Hikma mosque in Toronto, explained that Jews are destined to be killed by the Muslims. Citing text from a hadith, he said:

United Church of Christ: Lying to the People in the Pews

by Dexter Van Zile  •  March 23, 2017 at 4:00 am
  • The whole point of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child is to protect children from exactly the type of misdeeds that the Palestinian Authority and Hamas have either perpetrated or allowed, but the resolution on the United Church of Christ's agenda ignores these issues altogether.
  • Eventually, the people in the pews who disagreed with the falsehoods their national assemblies said about Israel and other issues of the day simply left their denominations, sometimes bringing their local churches with them.
  • The people left in the pews in the UCC probably have a good idea they are being misinformed, but do not expect them to fight back. They will just continue to leave.
The United Church of Christ (UCC), a liberal Protestant church with roots that go back to the Mayflower, is at it again. During the first few days of July 2017, the denomination's deliberative body, the General Synod, will gather in Baltimore Maryland. The General Synod will approve the denomination's budget and vote on some proposals that determine how the church's national bureaucracy will be reorganized. The synod will also vote on a number of resolutions that call on the denomination's officers and local churches to advocate for particular social causes that the assembly deems important.
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Eye on Iran: Iranian Navy Endangering International Navigation In Gulf


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U.S. Navy commanders accused Iran of jeopardizing international navigation by "harassing" warships passing through the Strait of Hormuz and said future incidents could result in miscalculation and lead to an armed clash. They spoke after the U.S. aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush confronted what one of the commanding officers described as two sets of Iranian Navy fast-attack boats that had approached a U.S-led, five-vessel flotilla as it entered the Strait on Tuesday on a journey from the Indian Ocean into the Gulf. It was the first time a U.S. carrier entered the narrow waterway, where up to 30 percent of global oil exports pass annually, since President Donald Trump took office in January pledging a tougher U.S. stance toward Iran.


Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp on Wednesday pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court in Texas for conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions by illegally shipping U.S. goods and technology to Iran. The guilty plea was part of an agreement the company reached earlier this month with U.S. authorities that also called for nearly $900 million in fines and other penalties. U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade in Dallas accepted the company's plea to three charges: conspiring to export American-made items to Iran without a license, obstructing justice, and making a material false statement. Shenzhen-based ZTE has a U.S. subsidiary in Richardson, Texas. A five-year investigation found ZTE conspired to evade U.S. embargoes by buying U.S. components, incorporating them into ZTE equipment and illegally shipping them to Iran.


U.S. President Donald Trump, who has sought to ban travelers from Iran and other Muslim-majority nations from entering the United States, issued a holiday greeting on Wednesday to Iranians celebrating the New Year holiday known as Nowruz. Trump, who has also criticized the nuclear deal between Iran and western powers negotiated during President Barack Obama's administration, did not refer to the travel ban in his statement. "Nowruz means 'new day' in Persian. It is an occasion to celebrate new beginnings, a sentiment that is particularly meaningful for so many Iranians who have come to our country in recent decades to make a new start in a free land," Trump said in a statement issued by the White House. Nowruz is Iran's most important national event and is celebrated with family gatherings, vacations and gift-giving.

IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL


The inspections regime put in place to closely monitor Iran's nuclear activity is in jeopardy unless the U.S. and other nations contribute more money, the head of the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency said Wednesday. Yukiya Amano, the agency's director general, said he used his visit to Washington to make the case for an increase to the Trump administration and to U.S. lawmakers who control the federal budget. He said the Vienna-based agency in 2018 needs a 2.1 percent increase to its regular operating budget of roughly 370 million euros, about $400 million. "Without an increase, the IAEA will not be able to implement the verification and monitoring activities in Iran," Amano said. Yet even a continuation of current levels of U.S. funding - which Amana said makes up 25 percent of the IAEA's regular budget - is not a given.

U.S.-IRAN RELATIONS


When President Trump sent greetings to the Iranian people on Wednesday for the Persian New Year, or Nowruz, it offered a glimpse into an administration that is still debating how to deal with a country that Mr. Trump has painted as an implacable foe. The five-paragraph statement went through multiple drafts, according to two people involved in the process. Hard-liners in the White House first tried to kill the message, and when that failed, stripped it of references to engaging with the Iranian government or a future in which Iran and the United States might peacefully coexist. Instead, the statement, issued a day after the holiday began, reached out to the Iranian people while ignoring the government in Tehran. It paid tribute to Iranian immigrants in the United States, even as Mr. Trump's travel ban prevented relatives of those immigrants from entering the United States.

MILITARY MATTERS


An Iranian government official claimed earlier this week that its Russian-made air defenses were compromised by Moscow, leaving Iran and its allies defenseless against Israeli airstrikes. An engineer with Tehran's Ministry of Defense alleged that codes forcing anti-aircraft missiles to treat hostile Israeli fighters as friendly were sold to Tel Aviv, effectively neutralizing Syria and Iran's S-300 surface-to-air missile systems. An Iranian official, described by the Jerusalem Post as a senior member of Iran's Defense Ministry, told the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida that Russia had sold "codes" to Israel that identified Israeli aircraft as friendly. The codes were used by Israel to prevent its aircraft from being targeted. Israel has flown dozens of air raids over Syria, and despite advanced air defenses, only the latest raid, flown last Friday, involved an actual missile launch.

TERRORISM


A Luxembourg judge denied on Wednesday a request from Iran to annul claims by families of victims of the Sept 11, 2001 attacks on $1.6 billion of Iranian assets in Luxembourg, saying a court had to rule on the fundamentals of the case first. The assets Iran held with Luxembourg-based clearing house Clearstream were frozen as part of international sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme and had in theory become available to Iran when those sanctions were lifted after a deal in 2015. Iran had sought an injunction to annul the seizure of the assets by the families of 9/11 victims who had won court cases against Iran in the United States. The Luxembourg judge said that, to decide whether to free up the funds or not, a detailed analysis of the Clearstream system was needed, which was beyond his powers.

PROXY WARS


Labor MP Joan Ryan said that Iran is attempting to pose a new threat on Israel by funding Hezbollah terrorists and creating a "second front in southern Syria with which to threaten Israel." The British parliament member made the comment about Iran's on-going aggression against Israel as part of a parliamentary debate on Iran's influence in the Middle East that took place earlier this week. According to the Jewish Chronicle, Ryan went on to add that Iran's position on Israel is "utterly malign." She explained that Iranian threats on Israel are not just limited to its nuclear activity but that have now received a new form, with Tehran's funding of Hezbollah's military wing serving as an attempt to undermine Israel's security "through support for terrorism."

DOMESTIC POLITICS


In recent decades, the budgeting process in Iran has been such that the budget's capacity to function as the country's most important fiscal policy document has continuously declined. In other words, budgeting has been utilized by successive administrations solely as an instrument to balance revenues and expenditures rather than setting long-term economic policies. The allocation of the lion's share of budgets to current expenditures rather than infrastructure spending greatly explains why the Iranian economy is not moving toward its sought destination. "The infrastructure programs are means of pursuing the development objectives. This is while [such programs] are always marginalized and governments only take heed of current expenditures," leading economic daily Donya-e Eqtesad quoted Gholam Hossein Shafei, the head of Iran's Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, as saying Jan. 18.

During his address, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution lauded the unity among the Iranian nation and people's commitment and attachment to the Islamic Revolution's values as well as religious fundaments and issues. Emphasizing the necessity for finding solutions to all problems facing the country in the light of "religious, revolutionary, efficient and highly motivated management," the Leader added, "If officials focus on domestic production with the nation demanding this [from officials], the road will be paved for solving many problems, especially 'youth unemployment', and during new year, the dear nation of Iran will add to the dignity, might, power and prestige of Iran by realizing my main and important demand, which is enthusiastic participation of all eligible [voters] in elections, and will show off its grandeur in the face of enemies by a brilliant participation in the elections."

OPINION & ANALYSIS


Iran policy has been one of the most divisive foreign policy issues in recent years. The Obama administration's nuclear deal passed Congress without a single Republican vote, and Donald Trump campaigned on a pledge to get tougher on Tehran. And with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee annual conference in Washington next week, we may see this issue once again near the top of the agenda as Congress is expected to introduce a slew of new initiatives. For all the divisions, today it is on Iran policy that Congress can lead, joining forces across parties and even with the new administration. With Iran now "officially on notice," President Trump has yet to spell out the precise contours of his more aggressive approach. Given the intense debates on Iran during the Obama administration, many members of Congress have spent more time focusing on this foreign policy issue than any other. As administration officials review their options, Congress should seize the opportunity to articulate an assertive approach that can win the support of both the executive and legislative branches.


President Donald Trump promised to rigorously and radically enforce the Iran nuclear agreement, which he called "the worst deal ever negotiated." It sounds tough, but it's an approach that plays into the hands of the Iranian mullahs. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action presents the Trump administration with a bedeviling paradox: The greater the focus on enforcement, the higher the likelihood Iran will emerge with nuclear weapons. The nuclear deal contains limited, temporary and reversible constraints that disappear over time. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations nuclear watchdog tasked with monitoring the deal, may be able to detect Iranian violations. But Iran doesn't need to cheat. In fact, it has every incentive not to do so.


While an agreement allowing Iranian pilgrims to join this year's hajj is good news, this is no leap forward to future success for the regime in Tehran. Quite obvious is the fact that this regime is facing a new balance of power in the Middle East and across the globe as the Trump administration has begun overhauling his predecessor's disastrous Iran appeasement policy that allowed Tehran ignite the entire region in flames. The visit by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the US and meeting with President Donald Trump in the White House has been described as a turning point in Saudi-US relations. The Deputy Crown Prince, also the kingdom's Defense Minister, has described Iran's destabilizing nature across the globe and support for terrorism as a dangerous challenge for the Middle and the world over. Saudi Arabia is at the front lines of these dilemmas, he said in his recent meeting with his American predecessor James Mattis.






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