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November 24, 2014

Yesterday the Washington Free Beacon reported: “Reports: Top Iranian Negotiator ‘Frequently Shouts’ at Kerry, Western Officials “.

“Zarif screams so loud bodyguards have entered the room, Iranian diplomat claims”

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“The report of Zarif’s aggressive behavior is consistent with previous reports claiming that Iranian negotiators tend to treat their Western counterparts—particularly the Americans—with scorn.”

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“Araghchi further claimed that Kerry said very little after being shouted at by Zarif, except for “one or two very respectful sentences.”

Anyone surprised?
What else can you expect from a regime of thugs and bullies?
Anyone who is not totally blind can see them for what they are.
They put up a nice big smile for the photo shooting but they cannot fool those who have the modest knowledge of the mullah regime and its modus operandus.

Anyone surprised?
Thugs and bullies respect only someone who doesn’t take crap, who is able and willing to punch back hard and who can hurt them seriously.

This story is illustrative of the joke that these negotiations have become.
It shows us that the thugs have become so emboldened by the spineless behaviour of the West that there is no chance in hell that they make the concessions they need to make.
Expect to see the talks go on indefintely or to see a deal which practically gives the mullahs all they want.
Such a deal would be a disaster for the West.
If such a deal were reached expect also to see how the US emperor would try to sell it to the US and the world as his landmark foreign policy achievement.
Expect him to lie and decieve. Expect to be gruberized.

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The Hockey Stick Of Terrorism

November 20, 2014

What has the Global Warming Hoax to do with terrorism?
At first glance, nothing.
But if we look a little deeper we see similarities in the way factual data has been deliberately misinterpreted and misused to produce an outcome that conforms not to reality but to the ideological goals of those processing the data.
One of the graphs which was often used to show the dramatic rise in global temperatures was the hockey stick graph.
Like a hokey stick it shows temperature rising slowly over a long period of time and then rising steeply in recent years.
The hokey stick graph became infamous when the climategate scandal unfolded and leaked emails emerged, showing damning details of how this graph was produced.
In essence, the method used  to create it produced always the same result. REGARDLESS of the data input.

Now, here is the similarity I’ve mentioned.
A think tank, the Institute for Economics and Peace, published its Global Terrorism Index 2014.
While the data seems accurate, the conclusions are ridiculous.

Key Facts:

  • 17,958 people were killed in terrorist attacks last year, that’s 61% more than the previous year.
  • 82% of all deaths from terrorist attack occur in just 5 countries: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria.
  • Last year terrorism was dominated by four groups: the Taliban, Boko Haram, ISIL, and al Qa’ida.
  • More than 90% of all terrorist attacks occur in countries that have gross human rights violations.
  • 40 times more people are killed by homicides than terrorist attacks.

Results:

Iraq is the country most impacted by terrorism; last year there were 2,492 terrorist attacks in Iraq which killed 6,362 people.
In 2013, 24 countries experienced terrorist attacks that killed more than 50 people. There were 75 countries that did not experience a terrorist attack.

Ok, looking at these facts, what would your conclusion be?
Here is their conclusion.

Causes of Terrorism

The three main factors associated with terrorism are state sponsored violence such as extra-judicial killings, group grievances and high levels of criminality. Poverty rates, levels of schools attendance and most economic factors have no association with terrorism. Most terrorist attacks use explosives; since 2000 only 5% were suicide attacks.

Quote from Steve Killelea, the founder of this think tank:

“Terrorism doesn’t arise on its own; by identifying the factors associated with it, long term policies can be implemented to improve the underlying environment that nurtures terrorism. The most significant actions that can be taken are to reduce state-sponsored violence, reduce group grievances and hostilities, and improve effective and community-supported policing.”

Is there something missing? Do you see the word religion anywhere or, God forbid, islam?
Maybe the vsion of the think tank’s founder explains why.

We are in an epoch different to any other epoch in human history. The problems we are facing are global in nature. They include climate change, ever decreasing biodiversity, full use of the fresh water on the planet and underpinning all these – overpopulation. Without peace we will be unable to achieve the levels of cooperation, inclusiveness and social equity required to begin solving these challenges, let alone empower the international institutions needed to regulate them.

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Like the makers of the hockey stick graph their ideology will never allow them to name islam as a cause for terrorism or even as an important factor.
And so, no matter what the data input is, the conclusion is always the same.
This is the hockey stick of terrorism.

In this highly informative artcle published in World Affairs the author describes how Jihadis and radical Wahabbis founded and constantly expanded their network of operations in Bosnia.
While there is much talk about ‘Jihad tourists’ coming back to central and western Europe there is little or no talk about the threat of islam in the Balkans.
This is the case despite the fact that “Bosnia has provided more volunteers per capita for the Syrian jihad than any other country in Europe”.
I believe that the Balkans will become, not in the short term but in the middle term, a battlefield in islam’s war against the West.
Funded by hundreds of millions of dollars from the Saudis and other good muslims Bosnia is becoming more and more islamic.
The jihadis are not yet strong enough to build an islamic state as they did in Syria and Iraq.
If they can raise a critical mass of radicals there will be major trouble in the Balkans.
That, mixed with the unresolved national issues and unsettled scores in the Balkans, might be just the spark that makes the powder keg that the balkans is explode.
Thank you, Mr. Clinton.
You can read the whole article here.

Here are some highlights.

While the Muslims of southeastern Europe remain the world’s most moderate Islamic populations, an estimated five to ten percent has become indoctrinated in the more extreme forms of Islam typical of places such as Saudi Arabia and Egypt. This is not an accident—the rise and growth of militant Islamism in southeastern Europe is the result of long-term efforts by extremists to radicalize local populations. Over the past several decades, the militant Islamist movement in southeastern Europe has created a sophisticated infrastructure consisting of local safe havens in isolated villages and in mosques controlled by radical clergy, along with a wide array of electronic and print media propagating news from various jihad fronts, relaying orders from al-Qaeda leaders, and attempting to convert impressionable young people to join their cause. All of this is funded by generous Middle Eastern donors and supported by small groups of local extremists who have infiltrated influential political, religious, and social institutions.

The origins of the militant Islamist movement in southeastern Europe can most directly be tied to the life and work of Bosnia’s late Islamist president, Alija Izetbegovic. In the late 1930s, Izetbegovic and a conspiratorial group of like-minded Islamist extremists formed an organization called the Mladi Muslimani (“Young Muslims”), a Balkan version of the Muslim Brotherhood whose goal, as Izetbegovic himself frequently noted, was the creation of a “great Muslim state,” or as one author has described it, an “Islamistan,” throughout the Balkans, northern Africa, and the Middle East. Toward this goal, the Mladi Muslimani swore an oath promising perseverance on their “path of jihad” and their “uncompromising struggle against everything non-Islamic.” Tellingly, the name of their underground journal was Mudzahid (“Holy Warrior”).

Yugoslavia’s disintegration in the 1990s opened the doors for a second generation of militant Islamists to establish itself in the region. Composed mostly of foreign transplants from Afghanistan and other jihadi fronts, it was even more extreme and dangerous than Izetbegovic’s original group. Mostly concentrated in a unit Izetbegovic formed in August 1992 named the Katibat al-Mujahideen, veterans of the Bosnian jihad in the 1990s included people such as Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, mastermind of the 9/11 attacks; Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, involved in the attack on the USS Cole; Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, involved in the August 1998 US embassy bombings in East Africa; Abu Hamza al-Masri, the spiritual father of the July 2005 London Underground bombings; and Zaki ur-Rehman Lakhvi, one of the participants in the November 2008 Mumbai bombings. Ali Hamad, a Bahraini-born al-Qaeda operative, has claimed that al-Qaeda figures would visit Bosnia with “state protection,” and both the US and Saudi Arabia accused the Izetbegovic regime of giving Bosnian passports to known terrorists.

Unfortunately, these people did not simply pack up and leave when the Dayton Peace Accords brought an end to the Bosnian War in December 1995. Instead, together with local extremist allies, an entire infrastructure supporting militant Islamist causes (and not infrequently outright terrorism itself) was created during the latter part of the decade, the consequences of which are still plaguing the region today.

Thus, in remote, isolated villages around the Balkans, militant Islamists have developed a network of extra-territorial, sharia-run enclaves that serve as recruiting stations for local converts and safe havens for jihadis from around the world. According to writer Janez Kovac, in the central Bosnian village of Bocinja Donja, for instance, inhabited by some six hundred people, extremists live “separate lives untroubled by local police, tax-collectors, or any other authorities. Outsiders never set foot in the small community.” Another Bosnian village, Gornja Maoca, is the headquarters of Bosnia’s main Wahhabi leader, Nusret Imamovic. Gornja Maoca has frequently been used as a way station for extremists joining jihads in Chechnya, Afghanistan, and Yemen. In October 2011, Mevlid Jasarevic, a Wahhabi from the Sandzak region, left the village with two other residents on the day he attacked the US Embassy in Sarajevo.

Throughout the western and southern Balkans, extremist-led mosques also serve as bases for militant Islamists. The Saudi-funded King Fahd Mosque and Cultural Center in Sarajevo, which the researcher Juan Carlo Antunez has called “the epicenter of the spreading of radical ideas” in Bosnia, for a number of years functioned autonomously under the direct supervision of the Saudi Embassy in Bosnia. The White Mosque in Sarajevo is the headquarters of Sulejman Bugari, a Kosovo Albanian–born imam whom the global intelligence firm Stratfor has described as a go-between for Albanian and Bosnian extremists. In Kosovo, the journalist Mohammad al-Arnaout has reported that the Makowitz mosque on the outskirts of Pristina and the Mitrovica mosque are recruiting militants to fight alongside Islamist groups in Syria. In Macedonia, Wahhabi extremists have been engaged in a struggle with the country’s official Islamic community to take control of Skopje’s Yahya Pasha, Sultan Murat, Hudaverdi, and Kjosekadi mosques.

Militant Islamists support their efforts in southeastern Europe through a network of “NGOs,” “charities,” and “humanitarian aid” organizations, often funded by known al-Qaeda financial donors. The CIA has estimated that one-third of the Bosnian NGOs operating worldwide have terrorist connections or employ people with terrorist links. In the aftermath of 9/11, a raid on such a “charity” in Sarajevo, the Saudi High Commission for Aid to Bosnia, according to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, netted “maps of Washington, material for making false State Department identity cards, and anti-American manuals designed for children.”

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Unfortunately, the international response to militant Islam’s rise in southeastern Europe has ranged from neglect to outright denial. For instance, after 9/11, the then high representative in Bosnia, Wolfgang Petritsch, somewhat incredibly claimed in a New York Times op-ed that “no evidence has been produced that [Bosnia] has served as a base for al-Qaeda,” while the current high representative in Bosnia, Valentin Inzko, for his part, has similarly argued that the Wahhabis in Bosnia “pose no danger to Europe.” Yet as Evan Kohlmann, a leading specialist on al-Qaeda’s campaign in Bosnia, has put it, individuals who deny that al-Qaeda is operating in the Balkans “are either lying or have no idea what they are talking about.”

I keep hearing from our American friends how Obavez plans his next ‘master strokes’: executive amnesty, executive orders with regards to ‘climate change’ and to make the disaster complete the spin doctors are preparing the American public and the world for a disastrous deal with the barbarians running Iran, the barbarians who need their nukes so badly because stoning, executing, flogging, beating and raping their citizens is not enough.
Don’t get me wrong. Obavez is certainly an evil, deceitful and lying man and his plans are sinister and dangerous but his behaviour after the midterms 2014 makes me believe that he not only lost contact with reality but that he also ia not the master strategist that some think he is.
In fact, I couldn’t help seeing him sharing the same weakness with another sinister person who in his time seemed unstoppable but who was ultimately defeated because of this very weakness when I watched the video below.
This weakness is described prefectly right at the beginning of this highly interesting video.

“It became very clear to me that the primary reason why the Germans lost the second world war, a war that the Germans could have won, is that Adolf Hitler, whenever the best interest of the nazi party bifurcated from the wehrmacht, always took the former route.
He always prioritized his fascism, his naziism over and above the best interest of the German reich.
He also saw the 2. world war entirely in ideological terms rather than in the grand strategic terms …”

Perhaps a historian can write some day about Obavez:

“It became very clear to me that the primary reason why the Left lost the war against America, a war that the Left could have won, is that Barrack Obavez, whenever the best interest of the radical progressives and socialists bifurcated from the Democratic party, always took the former route.
He always prioritized his fascism, his socialism over and above the best interest of the Democratic party.
He also saw the war against America entirely in ideological terms rather than in the grand strategic terms …”.

Man, I’d love to read these lines one day.
I believe that the sane, freedom-loving America can defeat this would-be dictator by exploiting this weakness.
It also remains to be seen whether the Democratic party opts for its survival or whether the Democrats, like the wehrmacht, follow this miniführer into his Götterdämmerung and into their own destruction.

 

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