Gates of Vienna 13 October 2011
Wim Kortenoeven is a member of parliament for the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands. Mr. Kortenoeven gave a speech last Sunday at the at the meeting of the OCSE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) in Dubrovnik about the Turkish threat to European security.
A translation of the speech has been posted at Vlad Tepes. Many thanks to Tundra Tabloids for putting this out:
Global Politician 13 October 2011
By Walid Phares, Ph.D.
The credibility of the Arab Spring took a bloody hit today (Sunday October 9th) when Egyptian Army forces shot dead more than thirty Christian Copts and wounded scores of them.
In addition, the action by the Army was paralleled by armed men, described as Salafi Jihadists by Coptic sources, seen also shooting and hitting demonstrators with knives. At a few weeks from the legislative elections in Egypt, this violence impacts the debate about the Spring of Egypt but also challenges US and European policies towards the current and perhaps the forthcoming Government. Can the West support - and fund - a regime that kills members of the weakest community in Egypt, months after the fall of Mubarak?
Watch how "Palestinians" go to painstaking trouble to create an atmosphere that does not even truly exist in Israel. Stop buying their deceitful propaganda, Time to realize Israel is up against an enemy that does not want peace.
Yesterday the U.S. government announced that it had foiled an attempt by Iran to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington D.C. and bomb both the Saudi and Israeli embassies. According to reports, the Iranians coordinated with Latin American drug cartels in their efforts to stage the attack, but were prevented from carrying out their plans after making contact with an undercover federal agent.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video report from SUN TV:
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Turkey should normalize relations with Greek Cyprus, according to the European Union’s annual progress report released announced yesterday, but Turkey’s EU minister said linking Turkey’s membership to