Terror Warnings Went Unheeded ,,

September 27, 2013

Government will protect you, from bad food, other stuff, you are on your own…:::Kenya shopping mall attack: Nairobi hostages were tortured before they were killed, says police doctor

Apparently Kenyan Intel agencies warned the office of the president about the coming attack on the Westgate shopping mall, but the warnings went unheeded. Sound familiar to anyone? Uh huh … Boston bombings come to mind?

The attack was carried out by Somalia’s Al Shabaab terror group, which is the African branch of Al-Qaeda, and is ideologically aligned with the same jihadists that the US and NATO backed in Libya and are currently supporting in Syria.

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Lessons For America

September 25, 2013

But will the wanings go unnoticed…::: Kenya Jihadis Rehearsed And Planted Machine Guns Prior To Slaughter, Kenya’s porous border’s played a big part in how they got to the Mall.

Are you listening Obomba??? I think our southern border needs some review…

You do know the Democrat’s defunded the Secure Fence in 2007, the Law of the Land?

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39 killed In Kenya al Qaeda Attack

September 22, 2013

And I thought they were on the run, gone kaput …::: Gruesome Mall Attack Highlights Growing al-Qaeda in Africa Threat.

Obama killed Osama, sing it loud, sing it proud!

Basically the new al Qaeda is attacking high end malls, and killing defenseless non-muslims, according to witnesses to the killings ….

Message jpournalism, but who is the message for? Islamic Terrorist Attack In Kenyan Upscale Mall; Muslims Allowed To Leave, Non-Muslims Shot killed

The way of Islam …


Still Picking Over The Bones

September 1, 2013

zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Sails Close to Economic Rocks

Africa is such a fun place … To be from?


Egypt, Hoped We Would Forget, DID YOU???

August 31, 2013

Egypt’s draft constitution limits role of Islam … Which is BTW what the people wanted as under the Muslim Brotherhood, it was all Islam all the time, And The people did not like that…

Egypt’s new constitution – born amidst bloodshed and aimed at curtailing the influence of Islamism – is starting to take shape, setting the stage for yet another confrontation within the country’s increasingly fragmented society.

Officially, the new draft constitution mandated by the military-led interim government has yet to be released. In recent days, however, several academics and researchers have taken a look at the document before it becomes public. What they found is a constitution stripped of almost all the Islamist clauses inserted during the one-year reign of ousted president Mohammed Morsi.


EGYPT UPDATE : The People Have Spoken

August 23, 2013

Will Obama listen??? Egypt’s bruised Brotherhood fails to show street power Probably not, becuase then he would have to admit …


Bono Says Capitalism Takes More People Out Of Poverty Than Aid

August 14, 2013

Africa needs capitalism :     

In a recent speech at Georgetown University, the U2 star said, ‘Aid is just a stopgap. Commerce [and] entrepreneurial capitalism take more people out of poverty than aid. We need Africa to become an economic powerhouse.’ Is he right?

And so are welfare payments and unemployment compensation .. Capitalism has lifted more people from squalor than any other form of government in Man’s history. There are not liberal lifestyle choices…

Signs and Wonders: Bono blasts aid, touts capitalism in Africa

Paul David Hewson, better known as rock band U2’s front man Bono, recently spoke at Georgetown University and made news by saying, “Aid is just a stopgap. Commerce [and] entrepreneurial capitalism take more people out of poverty than aid. We need Africa to become an economic powerhouse.” Until now, Bono had been more of a proponent of big government programs for raising people out of poverty, but it’s possible his own experience may be playing a role in his thinking. In addition to being one of the world’s most famous rock stars, he’s also one of the world’s most successful venture capitalists. He is co-founder of the venture firm Elevation Partners, which was an early investor in Facebook. When the social media company went public, Elevation Partners’ stake was worth more than $1.5 billion.

 


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