Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/23/2010

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/23/2010Depending on which source you read, 10, 11, or 15 terrorism suspects were arrested today in Europe on suspicion of plotting jihad attacks in Belgium. The suspects were arrested in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. American intelligence provided information to their Belgian counterparts which helped lead to the arrests. The suspects were also tracked through their use of Jihad websites.

In other news, Ireland is in the midst of political chaos following the government’s decision to accept an EU bailout. Meanwhile, Greece is having to enforce even greater austerity to meet the EU’s debt guidelines, Portugal is thought to be next in line for a bailout, and Germany says that it cannot keep bailing out profligate fellow members of the Eurozone indefinitely.

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3 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/23/2010

  1. The Turkish writers’ boycott of the literary event in arab-occupied Constantinople, because V.S. Naipaul was invited to it, is pretty damn rich… For all their claims to being “modern”, “open-minded” and “moderate” mahoundians, they still behave like the most brain-dead, brainwashed bedouins from the Arabian Peninsula when it comes to a dot of criticism of their sick little cult.

    Well, soon all literary fairs in Erdoganistan are going to feature copies of Mein Qurampf, The Reliance of the Traveler, Hitler’s own quran, Said Qutb’s Milestones, Ahmet Davutoglugluglu’s Strategic Depth, Khomeini’s books with guidelines on zoophilia, and probably not a damn thing else. That ought to match their words with their actions. Not to mention that, regardless of their claims to the contrary, they’re just like the arabs they feel superior to, and this will be just more evidence of that.

  2. And how could I not have added The Protocols of the Elders of Zion to the list of all-time mahoundian favorites in my previous comment?

    As a side note, it’s pretty safe to assume that all those books have for a long time been a staple of any literary event in the mahoundian world, and that Turkey would be no different in that regard, especially when we consider the fact that Hitler’s quran is a best seller in that place.

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