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Jezza Corbyn……..deluded idiot

Kindadukish's Blog - I am not a number, I am a free man (The Prisoner)

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Jeremy Corbyn refused to say whether he would defend a Nato ally if it were invaded by Russia. The Labour leader was asked multiple times at a leadership debate in Birmingham if he would uphold the Nato principle of “collective defence” where an attack against one member is considered an attack against all.

But he refused to give concrete assurance that he would do so were he prime minister. Instead he said: “I would want to avoid us getting involved military, by building up democratic relationships.”

The Labour leader repeatedly stressed the importance of improving diplomacy with Russia but would not firmly commit to upholding article five, which enshrines the “collective defence” principle.

When pushed on whether he would sign off on the UK going to the aid of a Nato ally, he said: “I don’t wish to go to war. What I want to do is achieve a world where we…

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So tell me again about the “Religion of Peace”

Kindadukish's Blog - I am not a number, I am a free man (The Prisoner)

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Isis now has support from 42 different international groups in countries ranging from the Philippines to Egypt, it has been revealed.

The map, produced for The Independent newspaper (UK) by statistics agency Statista, shows the 30 groups to have pledged formal affiliation to the terrorist group and 12 more that have pledged their support, as identified in a Global Terrorism Index report.

The map of where militant groups have pledged their support to Isis which is the richest and most violent terrorist group in modern history, the report states, and part of its strategy is to attract foreign fighters.

Attacks have been carried out by the Ansar al-Sharia group in Libya, the Okba Ibn Nafaa Battalion in Tunisia, and the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis group in the Egyptian Synai, while the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and the Indonesian Abu Sayyaf group have also pledged their allegiance to the terrorist group.

Pro-Isis factions…

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Paris………….and the “religion of peace”

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I see that the “religion of peace” have been up to their usual cowardly tricks in Paris, they seem to be very good at blowing civilians up, shooting unarmed people and beheading journalists and aid workers who can pose no threat to them. They also do a nice line in child rape (Yazidis) not forgetting the kidnap of over 200 young girls by Boko Haram, many of whom were forced into marriage and systematically raped.

They scream that we in the west are all to blame because of the foreign policies of our governments, obviously forgetting that in a democracy (something which is totally alien to them) that many people may disagree with government policy but that is the way a democratic system works. In their eyes it is “guilt by association.”

The Islam apologists along with their “leftie” supporters will be out today saying either:-

  1. It’s all the wests…

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When will moderate muslims stand up and be counted? Quick updates

The Grand Mufti of Egypt, who is widely respected by Muslims world-wide, has launched a campaign to challenge efforts by extremists in Syria and Iraq to brand themselves “Islamic State”.

His social media campaign wants to persuade the media to use “al-Qaeda Separatists in Iraq and Syria” or QSIS to avoid lending authority to the jihadists.

The Grand Mufti, Shawki Allam said that the extremists violated all Islamic principles and laws and that the group was a danger to Islam.

Updated 26 August 2014

Reading that 70% of the UK population are frightened of Jihadi terrorists isn’t surprising given the activities of extremists terrorising people in the name of their religion Islam.

We have Boko Haram determined to deny women an education, Isis murdering non-Muslims in the most horrific ways, not to mention allegations of their victims being trafficked into slavery or the sex trade, and kids with guns beheading people.

These fundamentalists don’t accept that people can hold different beliefs and adopt a “convert or be killed” policy. You can also be killed if you are the wrong kind of Muslim (90% of  the 11 million Muslims killed since 1948 were killed by other Muslims)

Marrying outside your religion is asking to be murdered. So called “honour killing” is a world-wide phenomenon.

Horrific yet where are the protests? Why aren’t Muslims marching in the streets saying “not in our name“?

As the philosopher Edmund Burke said “The only thing necessary for the triumph [of evil] is for good men to do nothing”

By their deafening silence you wonder where their sympathies lie and it makes you wonder if there are any moderate muslims.

NB I haven’t used an image with this post as I usually do. There are thousands out there but they either glorify what these extremists are doing or are scenes of death and torture.