Iraq: AL-Q Chief Roasted

US-led forces kill top al-Qaida leader.

Abu Usama al-Tunisi was one of the most senior leaders … the emir of foreign terrorists in Iraq and part of the inner leadership circle,”


US soldiers search a house during a routine patrol of Baquba. Brigadier General Joseph Anderson said a senior leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq was killed in a US air strike. The US military commander called it a key loss to the group’s inner circle of foreign fighters.(AFP/File/Alexander Nemenov)

By PAULINE JELINEK, Associated Press

WASHINGTON – U.S.-led forces have killed one of the most important leaders of al-Qaida in Iraq, a Tunisian believed connected to the kidnapping and killings last summer of American soldiers, a top commander said Friday.


Earlier this year the Afghan terrorist Mullah Dadullah was dispatched


He sent us a postcard with a picture of the 72 virgins:




Sudan Downunder

‘Too ethnic’ for Victoria’s politically correct police force?

The truth too hard to stomach, the ugly reality too hard to contemplate?


Andrew Bolt speaks truth to power and attacks the obscurantism and the multiculti-befuddlement syndrome by the authorities when it comes to ethnic minorities who don’t integrate and who won’t assimilate, because they adhere to a belief system which is fundamentally different and diametrically opposed to ours.


The evidence grows that Victoria’s police can’t speak the truth about the rise of ethnic gangs. And how can they fix what they won’t face?

Here’s how the police and council spokesmen first reacted to the fatal attack on a Sudanese youth at Noble Park on Wednesday:

Lies and denial:

Greater Dandenong Council chief executive John Bennie said the bashing was regrettable but could happen in any big city.

“As the police have already stated, there is no evidence of gang-related activity or ongoing racial tension in Greater Dandenong,” Mr Bennie said…


But the truth will out:

But within hours local residents and anonymous police started to tell the media exactly how bad the ethnic gangs – including the Sudanese – really were. It became clear that what needed changing was not Australian attitudes to the Sudanese culture, but the reverse.

And the police spokesmen hurriedly dropped their ludicrous, multiculti evasions…

Read it all

Recent history on Sudanese/Somali crime in Australia 

* Check also our previous report on Victorian moonbat-mania

(scroll down a bit)

2 thoughts on “Iraq: AL-Q Chief Roasted”

  1. There are no problems at all regarding the peaceful ones. When they are unmentioned they can’t be causing problems therefore there are no problems at all. Such is the logic that runs rampant all over the West regarding this bunch-we are merely imagining all this according to our so-called leaders.

    Looks like a whole lot of people from one end of the world to the other share that very same imagination. Must be some sort of coincidence.

  2. A news search on “Noble Park” is revealing for the depths that the police will go to in denying the existence of gangs in the area. Before the Sudanese man died of injuries he didn’t receive in a gang-related fight, the ABC quoted VicPol as saying “Noble Park not a gang haunt”.

    Gangs of youths hang around the station, but, as in Malmo Sweden, you can’t call the
    gangs gangs.

    Dear old Auntie; fearlessly reporting spin as news:
    *Police says they will try to end Noble Park’s reputation as a gang haunt…

    * Police multicultural liaison officer James Waterson says groups of youths of various ethnicities congregate around the station, but he says he would not call them gangs.

    I would call them gangs, but I’m not working in VicPol’s fiction section as a “multicultural liaison officer”.

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