Here we go again: those crafty and all-powerful Jews — along with their compliant puppets in the US government — have launched yet another terrorist operation designed to embarrass the Muslim world.
Danish Peoples Party 17 Dec 2009
This is a series of 10 videos from the climate change conference held in the Danish Parliament on December 6th, 2009. They provide oft-ignored scientific viewpoints relevant to the UN-sponsored COP15 climate summit. as well as the implications for Global Governance.
Introduction by MEP Morten Messerschmidt:
The story according to Reuters, as quoted by the Daily Times ( a Pakistani Site)
JERUSALEM: "A proposal before the European Union to endorse the division of Jerusalem would risk closing off half the city to non-Muslims, according to a think tank close to the Israeli government. The Israel Project said the plan could be backed at a regular meeting of the bloc’s
The focus of today's cartoon is the Western "Non Believer". These folks are committed to not believing what is happening before their eyes. Their ability to maintain their non-belief in the Islamist war that is being waged against them is astounding!
What has happened to the Turkish-Israeli Alliance? According to the Muslim Media Network:
"TEL AVIV — Turkey was said to have suspended up to $1 billion in proposed Israeli defense projects after canceling a major air exercise with Israel.
A leading Israeli defense analyst said the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan has decided to end defense and military cooperation with Israel. Analyst Ron Ben-Yishai said the Turkish Defense Ministry has shelved a range of proposed Israeli projects.
"New deals worth tens and hundreds of millions of dollars offered by Israel’s defense industries to the Turkish Army, as well as cooperation with Turkish colleagues, are being put on hold or cancelled altogether,” Ben-Yishai said in a report." -more
Pat Condell 22 Oct 2009
An extensively sourced video on issues of constitutional freedom rights and the clash with religious fanaticism. There is no doubt which side Pat Condell is on. See below for the extensive and very readable sources used for this production.
Update: Thanks to the good people at International Civil Liberties Alliance, a full transcript is now appended below.
Jihad Watch 02 October 2009
In a free society, no one is. To decide otherwise would be a a major step in implementing the inequality between Muslim believers and unbelievers that permeates Sharia.
"Muslims Not 'Free of Being Mocked,' Danish Cartoonist Says," from Fox News, October 1 (thanks to Phil):
Bin Laden Naked is a comic book that illustrates the humorous contradictions of religious extremism. The graphic work provides insight into the religious extremism that is spreading in some Islamic countries, particularly after the rise of al-Qaeda and Bin Laden. Radio Netherlands Worldwide was given an exclusive pre-publication look.
Berlingske Tidende 08 September 2009
By Troels Mylenberg
The Danish Member of Parliament Martin Henriksen suggests that Denmark demands Islamic countries to issue an apology for oppression of women, stoning and assaults on civil liberties.
In response to the frequent Islamic demands for apologies and withdrawals, the latest being from the Saudi lawyer Faisal A.Z. Yamani towards Danish newspapers reprinting the Muhammad cartoons, the Danish Peoples' Party now takes aim in the opposite direction.
According to the London Sunday Times:
Secret Letters Reveal Labour’s Libyan Deal
"DURING the past year a small ship bristling with computers and seismic equipment has been crisscrossing the Gulf of Sidra, in the Mediterranean off the Libyan coast. Its mission: to help to find BP’s next offshore oilfields.
EuropeNews 01 September 2009
Charlie Chaplin - Official Website
This is one of Charlie Chaplin's most famous scenes. The barber is mistaken for Adenoid Hinkle and has to make a final speech. Chaplin's message from the end of this great film for democracy and freedom of speech is still powerful and relevant today ...
I was on my way to Skanderborg to attend the opening of an exhibition of pictures by Kurt Westergaard when I was stopped by an elderly gentleman. He handed me a letter explaining that it was a letter from a prophet to the caricaturist. The letter read as follows: