Sunday, April 08, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/8/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/8/2012Muslims in northern Nigeria celebrated Easter by setting off two bombs in a crowded area. The suicide bombers were blocked from getting close to a church, so they exploded themselves on a busy street instead. At least sixteen people were killed, and some reports put the death toll as high as 38.

In other news, North Korea is readying the launch of a “satellite” sometime between the 12th and 16th of April. The launch is said to be timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of Kim Il-Sung. The North Korean government has promised a “merciless punishment” for any foreign governments that attempt to interfere with the missile as it passes over their territory.

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Anonymous said...

Avoiding Breivik's motive will be impossible

The judge and the court have not read his manifest, explains lawyer Engh. That is why Breivik will have to be given time to explain his motive in court, and that to a great extent.

The MSM, as well as the government, are, however, doing anything to avoid talking about it.

Anonymous said...

"Freedom of speech for everyone?"

Daughter - anonymous - of mullah Krekar writes at VG, defending her father, the should have been expelled from the country father, but as such is not asked to do so under her full name, as is the rule in general, in the same paper

Anonymous said...

Allah-vodka is banned in Kazakstan. Finnish newsmedia told so.

Finnish lurker