Tuesday, December 6, 2016


People, use this Twitter hashtag #NancyPelosiRacist or #NancyPelosiIsRacist non stop.  Let's bury the bitch for her OBVIOUS RACISM TOWARDS BLACKS!

Look at her RACIST comments regarding Ben Carson.

Pelosi Statement on Nomination of Dr. Ben Carson for Secretary of HUD

Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement on President-elect Trump’s nomination of Dr. Ben Carson for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
“Dr. Ben Carson is a disconcerting and disturbingly unqualified choice to lead a department as complex and consequential as Housing and Urban Development.
“Our country deserves a HUD Secretary with the relevant experience to protect the rights of homeowners and renters, particularly in low income and minority communities, and to ensure that everyone in our country can have access to safe and affordable housing without facing discrimination or homelessness.
“There is no evidence that Dr. Carson brings the necessary credentials to hold a position with such immense responsibilities and impact on families and communities across America.”

Monday, December 5, 2016

Photo of the Day: Revealing Hoaxes

Taliban hang university student in public

And so it begins...

The story comes from DAWN.

Taliban hang university student in public

GHAZNI: Taliban militants publicly hanged a university student after accusing him of killing a senior intelligence officer, Afghan officials said on Saturday.

The militants took Faizul Rehman, a fourth-year student at Kabul Polytechnic university, from his car as he was travelling home to visit his family in the Chak district of Maidan Wardak province, around 60 kilometres west of Kabul.

“They hanged him on Friday in front of (the) public. Local elders tried to mediate to release him, but they failed,” Abdul Rehman Mangal, a spokesman for the governor of Maidan Wardak, said.

“They accused him of killing Mullah Mirwais the head of their intelligence in the area,” he said.

The Afghan interior ministry confirmed the execution and said they had launched an investigation “to arrest and punish the perpetrators of this criminal act”.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Taliban kill 23 civilians in Afghanistan, say police

"Tit for tat"....gone horribly wrong in Afghanistan.

The story comes from DAWN.

Taliban kill 23 civilians in Afghanistan, say police

Taliban insurgents killed 23 civilians after they lost 29 of their fighters in an abortive attack on police in southern Afghanistan, police sources said on Friday.

“Taliban insurgents have launched coordinated attacks on police checkpoints in Nesh district of Kandahar yesterday, and they faced resistance from Afghan forces,” Kandahar police said in a press statement.

“Following the taliban attack, 29 taliban fighters were killed and a number of others sustained injuries, and large numbers of weapons and ammunition were confiscated from them,” the statement added.

“The brutal enemy after suffering defeat against Afghan forces, took their revenge by killing 23 civilians including five children and two women,” it said.

The police statement said the taliban had sought refuge in the homes of civilians and killed them after they opposed the insurgents.

According to Nesh district police commander Niaz Mohammed the attacks occurred on Wednesday and Thursday.

“After their defeat, the taliban wanted to hide in the houses and when the civilians showed their opposition, the taliban killed them,” he told AFP.

“Six members of a policeman's family were among the victims. In total 23 people (civilians) were killed.” said Taliban spokesman Qari Yousuf Ahmadi rejected the claims as false.

While Nesh district borders Uruzgan province, which is a major opium producer and has a high taliban presence, its population is considered pro-government and Islamists insurgents rarely intervene there.

During the last taliban offensive in October on Kunduz, the economic capital of northeast Afghanistan, civilians who had fled the fighting accused the insurgents of hiding in their houses or seeking to establish their positions there. As in Nesh, they told AFP that those who resisted were killed.

The security situation has eased on most fronts in recent weeks with the coming of winter after a particularly brutal fighting season in which nearly 2,600 civilians were killed and another 5,800 wounded in the first nine months of the year, according to the UN.

Afghan military has also suffered at least 2,000 deaths since January, according to a security source, while a record half million people have been displaced by fighting.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Report: Iranian arms sent to Yemen via Somalia

There's more than one way to skin a cat or get weapons into the hands of jihadis.

The story comes from Al Arabiya.

Report: Iranian arms sent to Yemen via Somalia

A newly-released report by independent research group Conflict Armament Research (CAR) “suggests” that there is an arms “pipeline” that extends from Iran to Somalia and Yemen.

The UK-based CAR released its analysis Wednesday, after US officials claimed in October that they had seized five shipments of Iranian weapons bound for Yemen.

“CAR’s analysis of the seized materiel … suggests the existence of a weapon pipeline extending from Iran to Somalia and Yemen, which involves the transfer, by dhow, of significant quantities of Iranian-manufactured weapons and weapons that plausibly derive from Iranian stockpiles,” the report said.

CAR also said in its report that after analysis of the caches of anti-tank missiles, rocket launchers and other light and small arms from the dhows that were heading to Somalia, they believe the arms were “probably supplied with the complicity of Iranian security forces.”

Iran has denied US and Gulf claims that it supplies Houthi militias with arms, saying its support to the Houthis is merely diplomatic.

Meanwhile, the UAE ambassador to the UN, Lana Nusseibeh, said CAR’s findings “would be a flagrant violation of UN security council resolutions,” according to the Abu Dhabi-based The National.

“The UAE calls on the Security Council to take all measures necessary to demand that Iran comply with its obligations,” she added. “These shipments are further evidence of Iran’s expansionist and destabilizing behavior in Yemen, fueling the conflict and endangering Yemeni civilians and Yemen’s neighbors.”

Thursday, December 1, 2016

North Carolina man pleads guilty to conspiring with Islamic State recruiter

The story comes from The Long War Journal.

North Carolina man pleads guilty to conspiring with Islamic State recruiter

Justin Nojan Sullivan, a 20-year-old man from Morganton, North Carolina, pleaded guilty to terrorism charges today after admitting that he had conspired online with Junaid Hussain, who was one of the Islamic State’s key digital operatives.

Hussain was killed in an American airstrike in Raqqa, Syria on Aug. 24, 2015. But his virtual fingerprints continue to be uncovered, as Hussain has been tied to a number of Islamic State supporters in both the US and UK.

Sullivan (seen on the right) was arrested in June 2015, just over two months before Hussain was killed.

“Sullivan was in contact and plotted with now-deceased Syria-based terrorist Junaid Hussain to execute acts of mass violence in the United States in the name of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL),” Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security Mary B. McCord said in a statement.

“Sullivan admitted in court today that he attempted to commit acts of terrorism transcending national boundaries by planning mass casualty shooting attacks on behalf of ISIL against innocent people in North Carolina and Virginia,” US Attorney Jill Westmoreland Rose of the Western District of North Carolina added. “Sullivan also admitted he had frequent and direct communications with Junaid Hussain, one of ISIL’s prominent members in Syria, who asked Sullivan to make a video of the deadly attack.” Sullivan agreed to make the video.

US Attorney Rose said it was “frightening to know that” Sullivan “was able to use social media to contact and seek advice from ISIL, a murderous organization.”

The FBI pieced together the details of Sullivan’s and Hussain’s communications, which began “no later” than June 7, 2015.

Sullivan was also intercepted online by an undercover FBI employee (UCE), to whom he divulged the details of his plotting. Sullivan told the UCE that he planned to attack a “concert, bar or club, where he believed as many as 1,000 people would be killed using” an “assault rifle and silencer.” Such a casualty count seems highly improbable, but clearly reflects his murderous intentions.

Sullivan and Hussain “conspired” to “plan mass shooting attacks in North Carolina and Virginia,” with Sullivan intending “to kill hundreds of innocent people.”

The FBI found that Sullivan began to watch and collect Islamic State propaganda, including beheading videos, “no later than” Sept. 2014. He also “destroyed religious items that belonged to his parents.” Sullivan’s mother once opened a package containing a silencer he planned to use in his massacre of innocents. He came to believe that his parents “would interfere” with his plot, so he “offered to compensate the UCE to kill them.” Sullivan’s fear was well-placed, as his own father ultimately helped turn him in.

A grand jury also alleged that Sullivan killed his neighbor, John Bailey Clark. Sullivan did not admit that he committed the murder, but prosecutors have reserved the “right to prove this additional conduct at Sullivan’s sentencing hearing.”

The Islamic State has consistently told supporters that they could better serve the so-called caliphate by striking in the West, rather than traveling abroad to wage jihad on the battlefields in Iraq, Syria or elsewhere. Sullivan apparently responded to this directive, as he told the FBI’s UCE “via social media that it was better to remain in the United States to support ISIL than to travel.”

Digital operatives and “remote-controlled” terror

It is often difficult to assess how much of a threat an aspiring jihadist poses. The FBI is tracking hundreds of potential cases at any given time.

Sullivan’s contacts with Hussain stand out as especially important, however, given that Islamic State operatives such as Hussain have guided a series of plots in the West.

Earlier this year, Munir Abdulkader pleaded guilty to terrorism charges after he also admitted to communicating with Junaid Hussain. According to the Department of Justice, Hussain “directed and encouraged Abdulkader,” who lived in Ohio, “to plan and execute a violent attack within the United States.” [See FDD’s Long War Journal report, Ohio man conspired with Islamic State recruiter, Justice Department says.]

It is likely that Hussain was also in contact with the two gunmen who opened fire at an event dedicated to drawing images of the Prophet Mohammed in Garland, Texas on May 3, 2015. As The New York Times reported, one of the two gunmen, Elton Simpson, tweeted that people should follow an account linked to Hussain shortly before his failed assault. Hussain’s tweets before the attempted shooting indicated that he possibly had foreknowledge of Simpson’s plans. The tweets suggest that there may have been more to Simpson’s relationship with Hussain.

British officials also connected Hussain to plots in the UK. In September 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron disclosed that intelligence officials had tied Hussain and another Islamic State operative, Reyaad Khan, to planned attacks. According to Cameron, Hussain and Khan “were British nationals based in Syria who were involved in actively recruiting [Islamic State] sympathizers and seeking to orchestrate specific and barbaric attacks against the West, including directing a number of planned terrorist attacks right here in Britain, such as plots to attack high profile public commemorations, including those taking place this summer.” Khan was also killed in an airstrike in Syria. [See FDD’s Long War Journal report, Prime Minister says 2 British nationals killed in airstrikes were plotting attacks.]

According to the US State Department, Hussain’s wife, Sally Jones, has also been involved in the Islamic State’s online plotting. Foggy Bottom added Jones to the US government’s designated terrorist list in Sept. 2015.

“Jones and Hussain targeted American military personnel through publication of a ‘hit list’ online to encourage lone offender attacks,” the State Department explained. “Jones has used social media to recruit women to join” the Islamic State and, in August 2015, “encouraged individuals aspiring to conduct attacks in Britain by offering guidance on how to construct homemade bombs.”

Hussain isn’t the only digital planner whose reach has extended into the US.

Another Ohio man, Aaron Travis Daniels, was arrested earlier this month as he was beginning his journey to Libya. Daniels was allegedly in contact with an Islamic State operative known as Abu Isa Al Amriki, who acted as a “recruiter and external attack planner.” According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), Daniels said at one point that it was al Amriki who “suggested” he go to Libya “to support jihad.” [See FDD’s Long War Journal report, Ohio man allegedly communicated with an Islamic State ‘external attack planner’.]

Al Amriki and his wife, an Australian national known as Umm Isa Amriki, were killed in an airstrike near Al Bab, Syria on Apr. 22. The DOJ does not allege that al Amriki instructed Daniels to commit an attack inside the US. But his ability to communicate with Daniels online is further evidence of the Islamic State’s long online reach. Al Amriki has been tied to other cases as well.

The Islamic State’s digital planners were especially effective at guiding a series of plots in France and Germany earlier this year. In at least some cases, terrorists were in contact with their Islamic State handlers right up until the moment of their attacks. [See FDD’s Long War Journal report, Terror plots in Germany, France were ‘remote-controlled’ by Islamic State operatives.]

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

RACIST SEIU White Boss Telling SEIU Black Woman She Can't Open Her Mouth, Denies Her Free Speech

RACIST SEIU in action.  Where's Mary Kay Henry?  She out telling black folk what they can and can't say too?

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

As the Mosul Turns....

While the Iraqis attempt to retake Mosul, the political atmosphere in the country continues to erode into chaos as Sunni versus Shia becomes the latest version of Iraqi versus ISIS.  These people are seriously messed up folks.

The story comes from DAWN.

Iraqi forces grind on in east Mosul as political rift opens over Shia militias

MOSUL: Iraq’s sectarian political leaders have plunged back into a dispute over the status of Shia armed groups, undermining efforts to reunite the country as its troops press on with the assault of Mosul, the militant Islamic State group’s biggest stronghold.

Forty days into the biggest ground offensive in Iraq since the US-led invasion of 2003, about a quarter of the city has been taken by US-backed government units on the eastern side. The western part could prove far more dangerous, Major General Najm al-Jubbouri, one of the army’s top commanders, said.

Residents still wearing the long beards demanded by the IS group welcomed Iraqi troops into a neighbourhood of east Mosul with coffee, cheers and kisses after the fighters left.

“Today we have been released from prison,” said a resident, Ahmed Zeidan Mahmoud. “We were imprisoned. No water, no electricity, there was nothing.” On the wall of a kindergarten, the faces of two girls were blotted out by militants who consider it un Islamic to depict people. Nearby, a dog was eating the corpse of a militant.

The slow progress was overshadowed by the sectarian political quarrel that erupted in Baghdad on Saturday when Shia lawmakers forced a law through parliament legalising the mainly Iranian-backed paramilitary units known as Popular Mobilisation forces.

Many Sunnis consider the paramilitaries to be sectarian militia and accuse them of having carried out abuses in Sunni areas recaptured from IS. The Popular Mobilisation units deny having sectarian aims or committing widespread abuse and say they saved the nation when the army crumbled in the face of IS’s lightning advance two years ago.

Sunni members of parliament boycotted the session held on Saturday, objecting to the existence of armed groups outside the army and the police, and worrying that Popular Mobilisation will enhance Shia majority rule and Iran’s regional influence.

The dispute threatens to complicate efforts to pull the country back together and foster reconciliation when Mosul is captured, which would mark the effective defeat of IS in Iraq.

The Iraqi military estimates there are 5,000 to 6,000 insurgents in Mosul facing a 100,000-strong force made up of Iraqi government troops, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia Popular Mobilisation units.