“Adopt a Muzz” Â backfires:
A TV crew in France is facing prosecution after carrying out a stunt offering Calais residents British-bound immigrants to keep as ‘domestic pets’. Read more: Daily Mail
Muslims at an illegal ‘migration camp’ in Calais beg Allah for entryÂ into kafir Britain.Â Perhaps theyÂ should be asking why Islam is incapable of producing Muslim countries in which Muslims themselves want to live.
The Rise of the BNP gives ruling Socialists the Jitters:
Later this month, British National Party leader Nick Griffin will be on the panel of the BBC’s Question Time programme. It is a totemic achievement for his political movement and the far-Right in Britain, granting Griffin and the BNP all the dignity of the political mainstream.
The ensuing hysterics and denunciations remind us yet again that most British politicians, and the chattering class as a whole, have not the least idea how to combat the BNP. Nor do they have any understanding of how it now manages to boast quite a few local councillors and, since early June, two British seats in the European Parliament. Daily Mail
Hijab Resistance in Austria:
Austrias Broadcasting Corporation reports that Muslim girls and women Â have massive problems in Austria. Few days ago a muslim schoolgirl was attacked by two schoolmates, which tried to set her hijab on fire with a lighter. The two girls who wanted to set their Muslim classmate on fire were expelled from school. They refused to apologize. More from Austria News
Assbomb creates nightmares for security experts world wide
The advent of “body cavity bombs” marks a frightening development which can, quite literally, cause a complete halt to air traffic and public events while new methods of detection are developed.
“We can’t push in more, he has to swallow the rest…”
The “body cavity bomb” technique was used for the first time last month when a bomber blew himself up in a failed assassination attack on Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef, head of Saudi Arabia’s counterterrorism operations inside the Royal Saudi palace.
Security experts have warned of a “total shutdown” in air traffic and other public events if counter measures are not quickly developed. Currently, the only way to detect such devices would be to x-ray a person or subject them to a physical body cavity search. BNP