Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/10/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/10/2012In Gadsden, Alabama, a young Muslim named Luis Ibarra-Hernandez shot out store windows, fired on police officers, and led police officers on a chase through the downtown area until he was finally captured. After his arrest, he told police that he had felt compelled to “do something extreme to draw attention to Islam and himself, so he planned to shoot police officers.”

In other news, exit polls and early results after the polls closed prompted media outlets to project Mitt Romney as the winner of the Republican Party presidential primary in New Hampshire.

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Anonymous said...

"ECRL support religious leaders from Middle East and North Africa as they
engage in the “Arab Spring” process"

Stiklestad 10 - 11 January 2012

"The January consultation in Norway follows and seeks to strengthen these initiatives. The choice of Stiklestad as venue is based on the fact that Norway has a long tradition of supporting societies in transition.

Stiklestad, the symbolic location of introducing Christianity in Norway, represents a watershed in the national history and Stiklestad has a legacy of violence and conflict, deep vision, transition, cultural awakening, and personal courage.

The Stiklestad consultation will have an opening session open for the public and the media, while the body of the consultation will be limited to the religious leaders, allowing them to openly share observations and explore plans for common future action."

Council members

Anonymous said...

The problem with no papers, or not the correct papers

Asylum seeker to be expelled from Norway, stabbed woman to death last night
- Suspected killer has two identities

He pretendedly is both Iraqi and Irani

The 38 year old woman is originally from Eritrea, and got a permanent permit to stay in Norway on 29 October 2011.

Anonymous said...

Retired librarian gets less than an elderly lady who immigrated to Sweden at 65

What happened to all the money the librarian paid over 40 years?

The immigrant lady gets, free of tax, 11 000 SEK a month, and dental expenses covered. The librarian lady gets shortly over 10 000 SEK.

The Swedish lady was helping this immigrant find out what were her rights to have dental expenses covered, and found that she herself, would get nothing covered, but can apply for housing contributions, amounting to 200 SEK a month from social security.

Why the difference? Swedish native taxpayers worth less than immigrants?

Anonymous said...

Swedish rapper Timbuktu's feelings hurt
by "racist cartoon"

The successful Norwegian cartoonist made a cartoon about cannibals

In an African village
- So, N'gatti, you've come to ask for my daughter's LEG?
- eh..hand! HAND! Did I say leg?

- I feel violated and very sad
Jason Michael Bosak Diakité, Rapper Timbuktu

Norwegian cartoonist is devastated

Anestis canelidis said...

After his arrest, he told police that he had felt compelled to “do something extreme to draw attention to Islam and himself, so he planned to shoot police officers.”

Ahhh the wonders of a multicultural society.

Anonymous said...

Child Welfare Center

Only since 2002 TBK has billed the Norwegian authorities, with sums amounting to a total of half a billion NOK, 83 million USD.

Anonymous said...

As for the Swiss love of guns coming under fire, it's not surprising to see someone like Mr. Philip Jaffé attack it. Clearly someone suffering from Stockholm syndrome, since he works and possibly lives in the crime-infested dhimmi city of Genevastan, he is simply another example of the ills affecting the minds of an enormous number of people living in that place and the canton of Geneva itself. If denial and appeasement were any remedies for the problems caused by muslim mass-immigration, Malmö's, the UK's and Genevastan's problems with their muslims would long ago have become history.

On the fine that Sony has been ordered to pay for the song "Veja os Cabelos Dela", there is one more interesting fact about it... Francisco Everardo Oliveira Silva, a.k.a. Tiririca, was the candidate running for congress in 2010 in Brazil to get the most votes in the election, over 1.3 million. His campaign slogans included "I don't know what a congressman does, but if you vote for me, I'll tell you."

Jedilson Bonfim.