Friday, December 19, 2014

Geert Wilders Was Right by Uzay Bulut | Gatestone Institute

December 19, 2014 - What a week. In an Australian café, a self-declared jihadi seized at least 17 hostages, two of whom were killed; and in Pakistan, 148 people, including 132 children, were massacred by the same branch of the Taliban that tried to murder Mala Yousafzai to prevent her from being educated.

Whether the terrorist in Australia acted alone or had an organization behind him is irrelevant. It did not stop him from killing two hostages. The manager of the Lindt cafe, 34-year-old Tori Johnson, and a 38-year-old lawyer and mother of three, Katrina Dawson, lost their lives.

What we have in both slaughters are individuals motivated by the same ideology, Islamism, and committing attacks against innocent civilians. More alarming is that many people apparently seem not to want to talk about the motivations, apart from mental illness, behind both attacks: Islamic ideology. Perhaps they fear being exposed to the same violence one day, or perhaps they fear jeopardizing business deals or votes. There may also be the temptation to run away from reality, in the hope that the more you deny it, the farther you are from it.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

What to do about Cyprus? | Euripides Evriviades High commissioner of Cyprus London

SIR – You described the options for solving the Cyprus problem as “Intractable—or insoluble?” (November 29th). It is neither, unless one is willing to accept that a stronger state can forcefully dismember one of its neighbours; none of the UN resolutions and European Court of Human Rights rulings matter; international rules and regulations do not apply to occupations; civil and human rights are not universal; the Ankara narrative that the Republic of Cyprus does not exist is true; and that Cyprus is Turkey’s vassal state.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Ethnic Cleansing of Jews in Turkey: How a Population Dropped to Two by Uzay Bulut | Gatestone Institute


December 15, 2014 - The latest anti-Semitic statement in Turkey was made on November 21 by Dursun Ali Sahin, the governor of Edirne, a city in Eastern Thrace. Governor Sahin announced that because he was angry at Israel, he would turn the city's synagogue into a museum. "While those bandits [Israeli security forces] blow winds of war inside al-Aqsa and slay Muslims," he said, "we build their synagogues. I say this with a huge hatred inside me. We clean their graveyards, send their projects to boards. But the synagogue here will be registered only as a museum, and there will be no exhibitions inside it."

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Turkish imam joins the Islamic State by Robert Spencer | Jihad Watch

Wall painted with Islamic State flagDECEMBER 13, 2014 - Wall painted with Islamic State flagThis imam was appointed to his post by Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate. Presumably he had years of training: study of the Qur’an, study of Muhammad, study of Islamic law. And yet now he has gone to join the Islamic State. Has John Kerry been notified of this? Somehow this imam missed all the many ways — ways that are obvious to all non-Muslim politicians in the West — in which the Islamic State is transgressing against Islamic teaching. He needs some real instruction! Can Joe Biden be dispatched to Çanakkale’s Bayramiç district, and cross into the Islamic State from there, so as to find this imam and talk some sense into him?

Saturday, December 6, 2014

The vision for a Bizonal World

The vision is a BIZONAL WORLD. The tools employed are exactly the same as in Cyprus, the pilot project, the envisioned crescent's star.

ULTRA NATIONALISM veiled with the Islamic "religious" burqa using outside financial and/or military support for sizable Islamic minorities, obscene propaganda, historical revisionism and negationsim, promotion of religious-based 'us vs. them' rhetoric, disparagement of non-Muslims, incitement of violence, sectarian-based separatist geographic, political, judicial logic, self-segregation and self-rule demands, population growth and colonization most often veiled as migration, political equality demands between Islamic minorities and non-Islamic or western majorities to control the whole, both at the local/country as well as international/world/UN level, exploitation or incapacitation of appeasing, fragmented western powers each minding its own narrow interests. Do you get it yet? Can you really afford Cyprus as a legal precedent? In business all you need is a successful pilot project to go regional or global.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

The Mother of All Burqas

The burqa is but a mild symptom. The true problem is Islam itself, a totalitarian ideology hidden under its very own precious burqa, the mother of all burqas, the pretense of religion. 

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Turkey's Kurds & Cyprus' tCypriots

As either unitary state or federation solutions are discussed as replacements to Cyprus' 1960 and Turkey's 1923 unworkable constitutions, should we abide by "if a right is a right too many for Turkey's Kurdish community (circa 23% of population) then that right is a right too many for Cyprus' tCypriot community too (circa 15%), and vice versa." Is the adoption of this fair logic the catalyst to securing just solutions for both UN countries.