• John Loeffler – Critical Thinking in a World of Deceit.
• James Puplava – The Impending Financial Implosion.
• Steve Elwart – Behind the Curtain: Geopolitics at the End Times.
• Willian Welty – When Life Isn’t Linear.
• Chuck Missler – America’s Challenge.
• Tom Horn – Pandemonium’s Engine.
• Jerome Corsi – Obama and the Deception.
• Joseph Farah – The Age of Lawlessness.
• Walid Shoebat – Turkey and the Arab Spring.
I highly recommend each of the above speakers, and the topics they cover really are an insight into the times we are living.
Are the islamists in Nigeria close to perhaps seizing control in the now violence drenched country? Well, apparently the President of Nigeria is concerned enough to have today called for a state of emergency. With the possibility of Muslim gangs, tribes and herdsmen perhaps overtaking control of the African country, there is no word or action from Barack Hussein Obama – apparently the President of the U.S. only reacts when there are Christian-linked groups involved in Africa. Continue reading →
With the latest conviction for “assisted suicide” having been ruled on we see all the usual suspects coming out of the woodwork demanding a law change which would allow what amounts to state sanctioned murder.
[Excerpts – emphasis mine. Hat tip: Crusader Rabbit]
political correctness … undermined the Laws of War
Warfare is older than the modern state. When the Strategy Page described what it calls “vigilante warfare” by Israeli settlers on members of Hamas it might have been talking about a process of “going native”. In the Middle East the tradition of pre-Westphalian warfare is strong. Private war, from the action of clans against other clans to the sponsorship of belligerence by warlords never completely went out of style. The BBC described how Saddam Hussein promised to pay anyone who would kill a Jew. “A Hamas suicide bomber’s family got $25,000 while the others – relatives of militants killed in fighting or civilians killed during Israeli military operations – all received $10,000 each.” […]
In remembrance of those who died 10 years ago on the 11th of September 2001 – a time when Islam declared its full hand and its ultimate intention for the non-Islamic West.
As I often discuss the impact of Islam, and particularly Islamic immigration, upon Western nations on this blog, I thought it may be worthwhile citing material which details the typical impact of Islam on the host nation based on Muslim population as a percentage of the greater whole.
I have shortened the main article and highlighted the Muslim percentage makeup of the various nations cited. [Previously posted on Crusader Rabbit]
In recent weeks, news has surfaced about atrocities in Africa and Latin America perpetrated by organizations on quest for carbon credits in the international struggle to prevent global warming.
In Honduras, thirty-two peasant farmers, a journalist, and one other person were allegedly murdered between January 2010 and June 2011 by private security forces working for companies that own palm oil plantations in Honduras, according to the international fact-finding mission report “Human Rights Violations in Bajo Aguán,” released in July.