1400 “refugees” off Italy in one day, reports al AGE

“Off Italy?” No . Other reports that said the Italian Navy picked  them straight up from the Libyan coast, which means we’re now offering a free ferry service for black Africans, most of them Mohammedans from safe countries.

1400 “refugees” off Italy in one day

Andrew Bolt

File photo

It continues:

Italian coast guard and navy vessels rescued nearly 1400 migrants from boats and rubber dinghies in the southern Mediterranean on Tuesday, officials said, indicating numbers were rising again as the weather warms up…

Officials fear the numbers of migrants trying to reach southern Italy by sea, relatively contained so far this year, will increase as sailing conditions improve in warmer weather and as the migrant route to Europe via Greece dries up after a deal brokered by the United Nations will result in economic migrants being sent back to Turkey.

New boat arrivals in Mithymna on Lesbos, Greece, have reduced to almost zero over the last few days, but it remains unclear whether that is due to the windy weather or the deal between the EU and Turkey.

“Almost zero” is an exaggeration: 

The numbers of people reaching Greece from Turkey have declined since an EU-Turkey deal went into effect on March 20… Before the deal, the numbers arriving each day had numbered in the thousands. On Monday, 1,662 people arrived, but this fell to 600 on Tuesday and 260 on Wednesday.

The news that Europe’s borders were down reached even Myanmar:

The Turkish coastguard on Sunday stopped five boats carrying dozens of illegal migrants, mostly from Myanmar, who were trying to reach the Greek island of Lesbos, local media reported.

Rescued migrants wear life-jackets as they sit in an Italian navy's boat in the Sicilian Channel, Mediterranean Sea, on ...
Rescued migrants wear life-jackets as they sit in an Italian navy’s boat in the Sicilian Channel, Mediterranean Sea, on Friday. Photo: AP


800,000 Migrants Lie In Wait In Libya, Ready To Break For Europe

…800,000 Lie In Wait In Libya, Ready To Break For Europe…
Austrian paper Kronen Zeitung reports that over 800,000 migrants have collected at the coast in Libya ready to cross into Europe at any time. French Interior Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian admitted to press that hundreds of thousands will likely come and that the EU currently has no plan to deal with the problem.
SURGE: Italy Braces for Hundreds of Thousands More Migrants…

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“It is wrong to “CHERRY PICK.”

Refugee Council accuses Australia of ‘cherry picking’ Syrian refugees for resettlement

Cherry Picking?

The Refugee Council is now telling Australia that it is WRONG to respond to the Syrian refugee crisis with a program that prioritises PERSECUTED MINORITIES, when the vast majority of Syria’s nearly 5 million refugees are SUNNI MUSLIM —

(Obama is using the same schtick to import tens of thousands of Mohammedan headbangers into the United States.)

If they are Sunni why are they ‘fleeing’ from THEIR beloved Islamic State? Is this not the one that has been promised to them by the Allah of their Qur’an?

If the future belongs to those who enforce Islamic blasphemy laws, we don’t have a future.

By Middle East correspondent Sophie McNeill

The Refugee Council has accused Australian immigration officials of “cherry picking” Middle Eastern refugees to be resettled in Australia.

Key points:
  • Refugee Council CEO says it is wrong for Australia to prioritise refugee persecuted minorities
  • Government will not reveal where the extra 12,000 refugees to be settled will come from
  • Over 1,400 UN-referred Syrian refugees stuck in limbo until Australia approves or denies cases

“I don’t think anyone expected that the program would be weighted as strongly towards Iraqi Christians as it now appears,” Paul Power, the council’s CEO, told 7.30.

The sickness of the bleeding hearts….

we decide!

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Nothing will be done about Paris or Brussels

Belgian Imams Refuse to Pray for Souls of Non-Muslim Victims of Brussels Attacks

That’s not “divisive”, of course not.

According to the UAE-based Al-Ghad Al-Arabi TV channel, the council of Belgian imams rejected a recent initiative to pray for the souls of the victims of the Brussels terror attacks on the grounds that praying for non-Muslims ran counter to Islamic law. In the report, which aired on March 26, Sheikh Abdelhadi Sewif, Chief Imam of the Great Mosque of Brussels, said that one could get around this by avoiding the word “prayer” and calling it a show of solidarity with the families.–Published on 29 Mar 2016

Muslims Challenge Extremist  Devout Preachers

This is way too simplistic.  There are no “radical” and “moderate” Muslims. The “moderate Muslims” are just biting their time. They only differ in strategy from the “radicals”. The peaceful  mosqueteers believe in the same Islam, they just don’t think the time is right to strike yet. In the end, its demographics that decide the outcome. Those who engage in jihad terror are only waking up sleeping infidel dogs. That might cause the dreaded “backlash” that Muslims are so worried about.

These radical Islamist devout Muslim preachers took their extremist message to the streets of London and got shut down again and again by ordinary Muslims.

France: Hollande drops plans to strip nationality from those convicted of terror attacks

hollandeHollande never meant to act. That would be against his nature. He shouldn’t drop these plans.

He should find a way to do it. This is a war. The French citizens who are waging jihad against France only value their French nationality insofar as it enables them to kill French non-Muslims. These jihad killers aren’t “Frenchmen,” no matter what the mainstream media says. They’re members of the global umma, and the global jihad force, and that’s the only identity that matters to them, – READ MORE @ Pamela Geller–Hollande drops plan to strip attackers of citizenship

France Raids Mosques… What They Found Inside Proves TRUMP IS RIGHT!

France isn’t messing around. They’ve arrested more than 230 muslims and collected more than 324 weapons. Many others are under travel bans and house arrest. They have shut down three mosques and have raided more than 2,300 homes.

(Three mosques? Didn’t Hollande promise to shut down 160?)
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U.S. Ignores the Muslim Slaughter of Over 10,000 Christians and Destruction of 13,000 Churches in Nigeria

Raymond Ibrahim

Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamic extremist group, has killed more people in the name of jihad than the Islamic State (ISIS), according to the findings of a new report. Since 2000, when twelve Northern Nigerian states began implementing or more fully enforcing Islamic law, or Sharia, “between 9,000 to 11,500 Christians” have been killed. This is “a conservative estimate.”

In addition, “1.3 million Christians have become internally displaced or forced to relocate elsewhere,” and “13,000 churches have been closed or destroyed altogether.” Countless “thousands of Christian businesses, houses and other property have been destroyed.”

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Obama: “The Republican base had been fed this notion that Islam is inherently violent”

Its all just a matter of perceptions. “Misconception dispelling” is the speciality of millions of Islamic da’awa gigolos in the west, and Obama is but one of them.

Barry Soetoro aka Hussein Obama had crosses covered up when he spoke before mostly catholic students in Georgetown. He never has a problem with standing before Islamic symbols.

Where would anyone get the crazy idea that Islam was inherently violent? Well, the day’s headlines might give us that very strong impression, but Obama would tell us (and has told us) that those Muslims who are screaming “Allahu akbar” as they murder non-Muslims are, despite appearances, not really Muslims at all, but just people who have twisted, hijacked, misunderstood the Religion of Peace.

It is, true, however, that there are plenty of Muslims who tell us that Islam is inherently violent. Here are a few of them:

“Jihad was a way of life for the Pious Predecessors (Salaf-us-Salih), and the Prophet (SAWS) was a master of the Mujahideen and a model for fortunate inexperienced people. The total number of military excursions which he (SAWS) accompanied was 27. He himself fought in nine of these; namely Badr; Uhud, Al-Muraysi, The Trench, Qurayzah, Khaybar, The Conquest of Makkah, Hunayn and Taif . . . This means that the Messenger of Allah (SAWS) used to go out on military expeditions or send out an army at least every two months.” — Abdullah Azzam, co-founder of al-Qaeda, Join the Caravan, p. 30

“If we follow the rules of interpretation developed from the classical science of Koranic interpretation, it is not possible to condemn terrorism in religious terms. It remains completely true to the classical rules in its evolution of sanctity for its own justification. This is where the secret of its theological strength lies.” — Egyptian scholar Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd

“Many thanks to God, for his kind gesture, and choosing us to perform the act of Jihad for his cause and to defend Islam and Muslims. Therefore, killing you and fighting you, destroying you and terrorizing you, responding back to your attacks, are all considered to be great legitimate duty in our religion.” — Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his fellow 9/11 defendants

“Allah on 480 occasions in the Holy Koran extols Muslims to wage jihad. We only fulfil God’s orders. Only jihad can bring peace to the world.” — Taliban terrorist Baitullah Mehsud

“Jihad, holy fighting in Allah’s course, with full force of numbers and weaponry, is given the utmost importance in Islam….By jihad, Islam is established….By abandoning jihad, may Allah protect us from that, Islam is destroyed, and Muslims go into inferior position, their honor is lost, their lands are stolen, their rule and authority vanish. Jihad is an obligation and duty in Islam on every Muslim.” — Times Square car bomb terrorist Faisal Shahzad

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Poor reporting, media illiteracy fuels Islamophobia

Imbalanced reporting on Muslims and British Islamic community’s media illiteracy contribute to “hostility”, study says.

“There is an underrepresentation of Muslims working in the media,”-Right. All it takes is to stack the ranks with muselmanic scribblers and bingo: no kafir will dare to write anything negative about Mohammedanism for fear of being blown up.

Keep hammering us with your BS, muftis and fellow travellers: we’ve got your number. We ain’t buying any.

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Brussels Bombers Became ‘More Religious’ Prior to Attacks…

Why The New Year’s Attacks On Women In Germany Weren’t Even A Crime

It was hardly the first or last time women have been assaulted during a big public holiday in Germany, but it is the first time, thanks to the obsessive discussion (sic)  that followed the New Year’s attacks, that many Germans have learned about a shocking feature of the country’s sexual assault law: Most of what happened that night in Cologne is not actually a crime.

Amrikiee did it! The West caused it all….

 European Leaders Encouraged Muslims to Join ISIS; British “Experts” Know Nothing about ISIS  ….says Al-Rai Al-Youm” editor-in-chief Abdel Bari Atwan. Always unhinged, its always the lunatic that speaks from his throat:

US orders army, diplomatic families out of south Turkey

Move by State Department and Pentagon comes as Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is set to arrive to Washington.

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Burnside Part II

Islamic Terrorists Are Not Victims

Treating terrorists as victims

Andrew Bolt

Julian Burnside, who seems never sees an Islamist atrocity without blaming the West:

Bigotry creates terrorists, by radicalising people who were willing to see hope in everything 

A corrective:

Rodger Shanahan (associate professor at the Australian National University’s National Security College, and research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy) replying over several tweets:

Comment from someone not very well travelled nor versed in areas in which he prognosticates. Am sure that the people killed (in) Nairobi mall, Paris, Brussels, New York, Ankara, Istanbul, Bali, Tunis etc were questioning their bigoted past before they were killed. Travel in some hard parts of the world, economy class by foot may expand your rather closed mind. I know your “thing” is to be controversial and eloquent, but some real life experience may temper your strange world view. Possibly. Education is supposed to allow discernment. Tempered by real life experience it is powerful. Alone it is like an empty vessel. Methinks you are an empty vessel railing against things about which you have theoretical learning but nil practical experience..

The Burnside argument interpreted:


Another “refugee” enjoys his human rights to the very full

Andrew Bolt

Julian Burnside fought to get this guy released in the country:

Aladdin Sisalem, a 25-year-old “Palestinian” born in Kuwait

Aladdin Sisalem, a 25-year-old Palestinian born in Kuwait, has spent the last four years in search of a country that could offer him freedom from persecution. On May 31, he finally found it, as he flew into Melbourne with a visa in his bag…. For 10 months, Aladdin was the only prisoner on Manus Island while the Australian government denied responsibility for him….

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Paki savages find hope in Islam

Forget about the hijacker. Its just a distraction from the jihad.

Thousands of Paki savages rally to make the assassin of a Christian into a hero:


They shout “God is great” “Allah is greater”  and “Mumtaz Qadri is our hero”.

Qadri was executed for killing the outspoken Pakistani politician Salman Taseer because the politician defended a Christian woman accused of blasphemy against the Prophet Mohammed. Qadri, a police officer, was sent to guard the politician. Instead he shot him in cold blood. (Full post below the fold)



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The glaring hate of Pakistan’s ignored

Widespread support for Mumtaz Qadri is reflective of the powerful political voice of religious groups in Pakistan.

Al Jizz

They gather in the streets of the capital and only the colour of their clothing seems to be different. These men, and they are all men, are all aged between 15 and 50.

They wear the traditional Pakistani shalwar kameez and beards sprout from their faces with an old-fashioned topi, a hat atop their heads. But it is the eyes that really give them away. Each one I meet glares at me with anger and hate.

These men are Pakistan’s ignored. They work the lowest paid jobs, if they have jobs. They spend their time between the madrassas, the religious schools, or their homes.

Not for them the glitz of Pakistani fashion and music. They do not live the lifestyles of the fabulous that advertisers pump out relentlessly on the myriad news channels that dominate the media landscape.

But they do have one thing, one thing that gives them hope. One thing that gives them power, that lifts them out of poverty and allows them a voice. That thing is religion. As they file past me they shout “God is great” and “Mumtaz Qadri is our hero”.

Qadri was executed for killing the outspoken Pakistani politician Salman Taseer because the politician defended a Christian woman accused of blasphemy against the Prophet Mohammed. Qadri, a police officer, was sent to guard the politician. Instead he shot him in cold blood.

One of them gives his name as Mohammed, but I can tell this is not his name. He says to me that he will never allow his prophet to be insulted. In broken Urdu he says: “I will kill anyone who insults my religious beliefs and my beloved prophet.”

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Western Leaders Silent On Assad’s Victory Against ISIL In Palmyra

Russia questions UK silence on retaking Palmyra from ISIS


Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad walk with their weapons in Palmyra city after they recaptured it, in Homs Governorate in this handout picture provided by SANA on March 27, 2016. © SANA
Forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad walk with their weapons in Palmyra city after they recaptured it, in Homs Governorate in this handout picture provided by SANA on March 27, 2016. © SANA / Reuters
The Russian embassy in the UK has publicly questioned why the British government has failed to address the retaking of Palmyra from ISIS militants. The Sunday recapture by the Syrian government was made possible with the help of Russian airstrikes.

Calling the retaking a “major victory over Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL],” the embassy tweeted that the British Foreign Office and the government branch dedicated to defeating the group has failed to acknowledge the efforts.


Later on Monday, the UK Foreign Office said it welcomed action against IS, but laid responsibility for the conflict and the fate of the UNESCO World Heritage site on “the Syrian regime.”

…It is the Syrian regime that is ultimately responsible for this conflict. It is deeply regrettable that the iconic site of Palmyra has become a pawn in the wider Syria conflict,” a Foreign Office spokesman told Sputnik.

The only way out of [the Syrian conflict] is a political settlement,” he added.


Meanwhile, British Prime Minister David Cameron has kept silent about the recapture, which released the ancient city from the hands of IS for the first time since May 2015.

According to the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, Russian air forces “carried out 40 sorties to Palmyra’s area within 24 hours.” Eight command center buildings, 12 bases, two tanks, three artillery units, eight vehicles, and six ammunition warehouses were destroyed in the strikes. Eighty militants were also killed in the operation, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

President Obama has also refused to acknowledge the retaking of the ancient city, with a reporter from the Los Angeles Times speculating that this is because the US has portrayed the battle against IS as a task for Washington and its allies, while accusing Russia of attacking moderate rebels instead of extremists.

The US-led coalition in Syria has previously butted heads with Russia when it comes to conducting airstrikes in the war-torn country. In December, the US and Moscow accused each other of launching a strike which killed three Syrian soldiers at an army base.

NATO is also refusing to comment on the recapture of Palmyra, an alliance official told TASS on Monday.

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Not all cultures are alike. We don’t share the same values.

Not all cultures are alike. It’s not racist to say so

Andrew Bolt

Denis Dragovic, academic and former aid worker, is right:

There is a presumption that all cultures resemble our culture, with the same hopes, aspirations, norms and rules. The arrogance of this view emerges through the idea that our values are universal. This argument, commonly held by the left, sees Western European history and its roots in Christianity as inconsequential. Instead, the human rights movement that went global in the 20th century is somehow regarded as common to all peoples and nations.

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Ahh, its your culture! Why didn’t you say so!

Any view of human rights that doesn’t fit the Western narrative, from the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam that was supported by Muslim states, to the Bangkok Declaration representing Asian values, is simply ignored. Instead, Western values are thought to be universal values and any effort to identify distinction is side-stepped or critiqued as racist.

This approach is dangerous because presuming that all societies operate within the same moral code and aspire to the same goals leaves Australia unprepared for the challenges that Germany faces today – maintaining social cohesion, countering economic disenfranchisement and responding to radicalisation.

That is why we have to accept that recognising and discussing differences between cultures is not racism, and that we need to have these discussions before circumstances dictate the outcome.  

Culture matters. This wilful blindness about cultural difference must end, and with it the shut-up screams of “racist!”.