When he is treated and well, he will go to prison and rot there for the rest of his life.
He will be denied martyrdom.
He will be denied martyrdom.
About 26 Irish citizens are estimated to be fighting with factions involved in the expansion of the Islamic State.
Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has stated she would “not hesitate” to revoke the citizenship of any Irish passport holder involved in illegal or terror-related “jihadi” activities in Iraq or Syria.
“British Transport Police sniffer dogs used by police to search mosques and Muslim homes are now being fitted with leather bootees to cover their paws so that they do not cause offense. Muslim prisoners are being given fresh clothes and bedding after sniffer dogs search their cells.”
The United Nations said on Sunday it had evidence that fighters from Islamic State (Isis) had killed as many as 670 prisoners in Mosul and had carried out further abuses in Iraq that amounted to crimes against humanity.
Navi Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, said Islamic State and allied fighters were committing “grave, horrific human rights violations” on a daily basis. These included targeted killings, forced conversions, abductions, trafficking, slavery and sexual abuse, Pillay said.
The jihadists, who are consolidating their control of northern and eastern Iraq, have also destroyed religious and cultural monuments and have laid siege to whole communities, Pillay said. “They are systematically targeting men, women and children based on their ethnic, religious or sectarian affiliation and ruthlessly carrying out widespread ethnic and religious cleansing in the areas under their control.”
Taqiyya på højt plan:
Londons borgmester Boris Johnson udtaler:
Britons who travel to “war areas” should be presumed potential terrorists unless they can prove otherwise, Mayor of London Boris Johnson has said. Writing in his Daily Telegraph column, he called for tougher powers to deal with British extremists who leave the UK to fight in Iraq and Syria. He said there should be a “presumption” that Britons who go without telling UK authorities have a “terrorist purpose”.
George Carey, the former archbishop of Canterbury, said
“jihadists fighting overseas should lose their British passports and be barred from returning to the UK. He also criticised multiculturalism for allowing immigrant communities to establish “separate identities in our cities”.”
In an unusual alliance, David Davis, the Conservative backbencher and one of parliament’s most outspoken libertarians, also said
British jihadists should be stripped of their citizenship, even though this might be against international law. Lawyers would say you cannot render someone stateless. Perhaps, perhaps not,” said Davis. “Whitehall lawyers have been wrong before. Democracies have a right to defend themselves.”
Men vågner magthaverne og menneskerettighedsfanatisterne op og begynder at beskytte deres egne befolkninger fremfor at holde hånden over barbariske middelaldermennesker? Hvilke danske politikere vil stå frem med de samme meninger?
Officer Wilson clearly feared for his life during the incident that led to the shooting death of Brown. This was after Michael Brown and his accomplice Dorian Johnson robbed a local Ferguson convenience store.
Lad os se om det overhovedet kommer frem i De Gamle Venstreorienterede Medier.
Professor Kontorovich sætter på brilliant facon tingene på plads.
Jeg må se at få købt en Soda-Stream maskine.
Udtalelserne om, at man skal sætte en stopper for den muslimske indvandring i Danmark og betegnelsen af Dansk Folkeparti som antimuslimsk, som flere medlemmer af partiet kommer med i søndagens Berlingske, er skadelige for partiet. Det mener Radio24syvs politiske redaktør, Jesper Termansen.
Dette afsnit er sakset fra Ekstrabladet:
“En 17-årig cyklist blev svært hjerneskadet, da en kvindelig spritbilist kørte ham ned i Fredensborg i Nordsjælland, mens hun havde sin 13-årige datter med i bilen.
Den 43-årige kvinde havde en promille på over to, og ulykken kostede hende i går en dom på seks måneders ubetinget fængsel ved retten i Helsingør.
Den 17-årige spillede ishockey på topniveau og gik på fotograflinjen på handelsgymnasiet, men han har måttet opgive begge dele.
I retten fortalte den 17-årige, at han flere gange har overvejet selvmord efter ulykken, fordi hans liv er ændret for altid. “
Spritbilisten tog betænkningstid på om hun ville anke !
Hun tror åbenbart hun kan slippe endnu billigere
Jeg kan kun se det som en direkte hån mod danskeres retsbevidsthed.
Den “dommer” burde fyres på stedet, og spritteren burde smides i fængsel i mindst 5 år.
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Aschberg & Researchgruppen har tagit kreditupplysningar på eXponerats kommentatorer – 400 personer totalt.
Kreditfirmaet Bisnode, der har udleveret oplysningerne til fascisterne, findes også i Danmark.
Flere end 500.000 private danskere og 75.000 virksomheder har hidtil været i kontakt med Debitor Registret.
Bisnode strækker også sine fangarme ud over hele Europa vha EuroContactPool.
Denne graf forklarer problemet uden videre:
Hvorfor fik danskerne ikke ret til folkeafstemninger ved grundlovsændringen i 1953?
According to a March 2013 anonymous poll of 15,000 officers by the law enforcement website policeone.com., almost 90 percent of the respondents believed casualties would be decreased if armed citizens were present during shooting incidents, while more than 80 percent supported arming teachers who were trained with firearms.
Beboere og erhvervsdrivende i byen har nemlig brug for at overveje deres fremtid.
Og det betyder, at hverken borgere fra andre byer eller turister er velkomne i byen mellem den 27. januar og den 2. februar, hvor hverken butikker, værksteder, barer eller restauranter vil være åbne.
Der er lavet mange interne og strukturelle ting om siden vores aftale med den tidligere regering. Vi har behov for at få snakket det hele igennem siger en talsmand for byens presse- og kommunikationsgruppe.
50 prosent flere asylsøkere fikk avvist sin søknad i Norge i 2013, fordi de allerede hadde søkt asyl i andre europeiske land.
Fra 1. januar 2014 skal utlendingsmyndighetene kunne utvise asylsøkere som lyver eller holder tilbake opplysninger om at de har søkt asyl i andre land før de kom til Norge.
- Opphør av forskriften vil føre til at det blir grunnlag for å utvise en større personkrets enn i dag, nemlig også personer der eneste grunnlag for utvisning er at personen har nektet for å ha søkt beskyttelse, søkt visum eller avgitt fingeravtrykk i et annet land, sier Anundsen til Aftenposten.
Dermed vil langt flere utlendinger kunne utvises fra Norge. De vil også kunne straffes hardere dersom de bryter innreiseforbudet og vender tilbake til Norge.
In the course of two decades as a political reporter my most powerful experience of this kind came when a friend drew my attention to a 20-page article in an obscure academic journal.
Written by the political scientists Richard Katz and Peter Mair, and called “The Emergence of a Cartel Party”, it immediately explained almost everything that had perplexed me as a lobby correspondent: the unhealthy similarity between supposedly rival parties; the corruption and graft that has become endemic in modern politics; the emergence of a political elite filled with scorn and hostility towards ordinary voters. My book, The Triumph of the Political Class, was in certain respects an attempt to popularise that Katz and Mair essay.
Several months ago I was shocked and saddened to learn that Peter Mair had died . However, his friend Francis Mulhern has skilfully piloted into print the book he was working on at the time of his death. It is called Ruling the Void: The Hollowing of Western Democracy.
He starts with a historical paradox. The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 was in theory the finest moment for Western democracy. But it was also the moment when it started to fail. Mair argues that political elites have turned Europe into “a protected sphere, safe from the demands of voters and their representatives”.This European political directorate has taken decision-making away from national parliaments. On virtually everything that matters, from the economy to immigration, decisions are made elsewhere. Professor Mair argues that many politicians encouraged this tendency because they wanted to “divest themselves of responsibility for potentially unpopular policy decisions and so cushion themselves against possible voter discontent”. This means that decisions which viscerally affect the lives of voters are now taken by anonymous, unaccountable bureaucrats rather than politicians responsible to their voters.
In Britain, for example, David Cameron can do virtually nothing to head off Bulgarian or Romanian immigration. The prime ministers of Greece, Portugal and Spain are now effectively branch managers for the European Central Bank and Goldman Sachs. By a hideous paradox the European Union, set up as a way of avoiding a return to fascism in the post-war epoch, has since mutated into a way of avoiding democracy itself.
In a devastating analogy, Mair conjures up Alexis de Tocqueville, the 19th-century French thinker who is often regarded as the greatest modern theorist about democracy. Tocqueville noted that the pre-revolutionary French aristocracy fell into contempt because they claimed privileges on the basis of functions that they could no longer fulfil. The 21st-century European political class, says Mair, is in the identical position.
To sum up, the European elites have come very close to the abolition of what we have been brought up to regard as politics, and have replaced it with rule by bureaucrats, bankers, and various kinds of unelected expert. So far they have got away with this. This May’s elections for the European Parliament will provide a fascinating test of whether they can continue to do so.
The European Union claims to be untroubled by these elections. A report last month from two members of the Jacques Delors Institute concluded that “the numerical increase of populist forces will not notably affect the functioning of the [European Parliament], which will remain largely based on the compromises built between the dominant political groups. This reflects the position of the overwhelming majority of EU citizens”.
I wonder. In France, polls suggest that the anti-semitic Front National, which equates illegal immigrants with “organised gangs of criminals”, will gain more votes than the mainstream parties. The Front National has joined forces with the virulently anti-Islamic Geert Wilders in Holland, who promises to claim back “how we control our borders, our money, our economy, our currency”. In Britain it is likely that Ukip will win in May. Anti-European parties are on the rise in Denmark, Austria, Greece and Poland.
Peter Mair comes from the Left. He was an Irishman who spent the majority of his professional life working in European universities in Italy, the Netherlands or Ireland. And yet he has written what is by far and away the most powerful, learned and persuasive anti-EU treatise I have come across. It proves that it is impossible to be a democrat and support the continued existence of the European Union.His posthumous masterpiece deserves to become a foundation text for Eurosceptics not just in Britain, but right across the continent. It is important that it should do so. The battle to reclaim parliamentary democracy should not just belong to the Right-wing (and sometimes fascist) political parties. The Left and Right can disagree – honourably so – on many great issues. But surely both sides of the ideological divide can accept that democracy is still worth fighting for, and that the common enemy has become the European Union.
Politiet fikk melding om hendelsen 05.10 og ankom stedet 13 minutter senere. Da fant de 24-åringen bevisstløs.
Familien ble vekket og far i huset lukket opp, sier Jarle Utne-Reitan, operasjonsleder i Haugaland og Sunnhordland politidistriktDet endte med et basketak mellom de som var i huset og inntrenger, legger Utne Reitan til.
Basketaket endte altså med at 24-åringen ble sendt til sykehus med hodeskader.
Nå har politiet siktet de to mennene for legemsbeskadigelse, opplyser politiet til TV 2.
Det får Frp-politiker Ulf Isak Leirstein til å reagere.
«De forsvarte huset mot innbrudd. Men nå har politiet siktet faren i huset og en person til i saken for legemsbeskadigelse fordi de tok seg av inntrengeren. Hvis dette medfører riktighet burde de to siktede ha medalje og ikke straff! Man må kunne forsvare sitt hjem» skriver Leirstein på sin Facebook-side.