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Test: See if you can find six countries listed in this text, $1000 prize

This is the full text of President Donald Trump’s executive order.

See if you can find any mention of the words Muslim, Islam, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen in the text below.

A real $1,000 to anyone who can and prove it.


PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq., and section 301 of title 3, United States Code, and to protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows: ? Read more »

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He won’t respond over UNSC 2334, but upset a few Muzzies and Muzza is all over the media

Murray McCully won’t respond to the hundreds, if not thousands of requests for an explanation over the back-stabbing of Israel.

But President Trump honours an election pledge, the media and luvvies scream blue murder and Murray McCully is responding in public on behalf of his Islami and terrorist mates.

Foreign Minister Murray McCully says US President Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from Muslim-majority countries is causing “considerable concern” but he has stopped short of directly criticising it.

The National-led Government and Prime Minister Bill English are being urged by Opposition parties, support partner United Future and the Human Rights Commission to follow other international leaders in condemning Trump’s policy.

In a statement this morning, McCully said: “It is clear that the immigration announcements out of the US are causing widespread confusion and considerable concern.” ? Read more »

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A good play from the Seppos, sowing fear into Al Qaeda’s ranks

With recent drone strikes hitting top al Qaeda leaders, fear has started to grow inside the organisation that the US has a network of spies operating.

The Daily Beast reports:

U.S. airstrikes on the terror group are sowing paranoia within al Qaeda?s ranks about who among them may spying for the Americans, intelligence officials and terrorism analysts say.

Jihadist social media accounts on Wednesday claimed that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the terror group?s Yemen division, had executed an alleged spy. Humam al-Hamid was blamed for the drone strike last week that killed?AQAP?s top man. The claims that Hamid had tipped off the Americans to the leader?s location couldn?t be independently verified. But U.S. intelligence officials are aware of the allegations and say it shows how attacks on AQAP?which have increased in the last two months?are having a secondary effect: fomenting distrust inside the terror outfit.

?Reports of AQAP?s execution of purported spies suggests unease among the group amid high-profile losses,? a U.S. intelligence official told The Daily Beast. From the American perspective, that?s a good thing, because it throws the group off balance and makes it harder to plan attacks.

?Such distrust is often difficult to overcome and can create friction at a critical time,? the U.S. official said.

U.S. intelligence officials have long said that AQAP poses the greatest threat to the United States because the group has built bombs that can be placed on airplanes without alerting security systems.

For several weeks now, terrorism analysts have been tracking jihadist suspicions, mainly expressed through social media, that AQAP had been penetrated by spies. These agents, the jihadists fretted, were tipping off the Americans and their allies to the locations of key figures, including the group?s spokesman, who was killed in a drone strike in April. ? Read more »

Bad day to be a bad wog

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The US has reportedly taken out the the top Al-Qaeda boss on the Arabian peninsula in an aristrike. It was thought this scumbag was responsible for the hit on Charlie Hebdo.

The Independent reports:

A top Al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula militant, who appeared in a number of prominent videos, has reportedly been killed in a US air strike.

SITE intelligence, which monitors militant activity, reported that a US air strike in Yemen had successfully killed Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi along with his eldest son and other fighters. ? Read more »

Head lone wolf of all the lone wolf gunmen says attack some more, but don’t worry it’s not at all related to Islam

The head lone?wolf of all the lone wolf gunmen?has called for more attacks by the other lone wolves out there.

But we mustn’t be afraid this has nothing at all to do with Islam.

Al-Qaeda’s Yemen branch called for lone-wolf attacks against the United States and the West in a video posted Tuesday, days after the group claimed responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo killings.

One of the group’s ideologues, Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi, urged supporters to conduct what he called “individual jihad,” according to the SITE monitoring group, which tracks Islamist extremists online.

“We are preparing and lurking for the enemies of Allah. We incite the believers to do that,” Ansi is quoted as saying in the online video.

In a previous video, Ansi claimed Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was behind the attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, the start of three days of bloodshed in France that left 17 people dead. ? Read more »

Saudi Arabia’s great big wall to keep out ISIS

When Israel built a wall to keep out terrorists the left-wing and media called them racist and creating an apartheid state. They continue this insult to this day.

I wonder perhaps what those same people, including anti-semitic cartoonist Malcolm Evans?who is now residing at Martyn Martin Bradbury’s hate-speech blog will say about the Great Saudi Wall being built to keep out ISIS.

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When a raiding party from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant attacked a Saudi border post last week, it was no mere hit on a desert outpost.

The jihadists were launching an assault on the new, highest profile effort by Saudi Arabia to insulate itself from the chaos engulfing its neighbours. ? Read more »

Sheik Mohammed comments on ISIS

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the current ruler of Dubai and he has penned an opinion piece on ISIS.

That?alone makes me want to read it. A Middle East leader of a vibrant modern nation commenting on ISIS…its worth a read in full.

The global financial crisis taught the world how profoundly interdependent our economies have become. In today?s crisis of extremism, we must recognize that we are just as interdependent for our security, as is clear in the current struggle to defeat ISIS.

If we are to prevent ISIS from teaching us this lesson the hard way, we must acknowledge that we cannot extinguish the fires of fanaticism by force alone. The world must unite behind a holistic drive to discredit the ideology that gives extremists their power, and to restore hope and dignity to those whom they would recruit.

ISIS certainly can ? and will ? be defeated militarily by the international coalition that is now assembling and which the UAE is actively supporting. But military containment is only a partial solution. Lasting peace requires three other ingredients: winning the battle of ideas; upgrading weak governance; and supporting grassroots human development.

Such a solution must begin with concerted international political will. Not a single politician in North America, Europe, Africa, or Asia can afford to ignore events in the Middle East. A globalized threat requires a globalized response. Everyone will feel the heat, because such flames know no borders; indeed, ISIS has recruited members of at least 80 nationalities.

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No radical Islam in New Zealand

No terrorist training camps. ? No militant Imams. ? Nothing at all.

Two men killed by a drone strike in Yemen were reportedly introduced to radical Islam at a mosque in Christchurch, but the prime minister does not believe the city is a base for radical Islam.

Daryl Jones, who had dual New Zealand-Australian nationality, and Australian Christopher Havard were killed by a missile fired by a US drone last November.

Australia’s ABC news has reported the pair were had been on an Australian Federal Police watch list because of their links to the banned Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) terror group.

ABC said Havard and Jones – who went by the name Muslim bin John – met in Christchurch.

Havard’s mother, Bronwyn Dowrick, and his stepfather, Neill Dowrick, said Havard moved to Christchurch after converting to Islam.

He joined the local mosque and told his parents that was where he first encountered radical Islam.

“When he moved into the mosque he realised what they were trying to convert people to,” they told ABC.

“That’s when he left and went to Dunedin. He didn’t agree with what they were teaching.”

So we have nothing to fear, it isn’t happening here. ? And everyone is denying there is a problem. ? Read more »

Just because he’s a Kiwi doesn’t give him ‘victim’ status. He was a terrorist!

A Kiwi has been killed in a drone strike against an al Qaeda terrorist training camp.

Naturally the terrorist hugging opposition politicians are all aghast and their pals in the media think this is just dreadful.

Isaac Davison reports:

A Kiwi killed in a drone strike in Yemen had attended a terrorist training camp and may have been a foot soldier for al-Qaeda.

The man, whose name and age have not been released, died after an incident on November 18. It is understood his identity had only been confirmed recently.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirmed the New Zealand-born man was believed to have died in a counter-terrorism operation.

However, they refused to be drawn on the specifics of that operation.? Read more »

What sort of test do they use?

How do you test for gayness?

Do they show them pictures of camel jockeys? Listen carefully for the appearance of an effeminate lisp? video them walking to detect mincing?

I’m genuinely perplexed as to how you can test for gayness?

A medical test being developed by Kuwait will be used to ‘detect’ homosexuals and prevent them from entering the country ? or any of the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC), according to a Kuwaiti government official.? Read more »

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