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Far-right activists banned from entering Britain

 
 
unable2know
 
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 04:32 pm
@Region Philbis,
These same Muslims were able to hypnotize the New York Times into writing articles about the molten/vaporized WTC structural steel. The NYTs wondered, as did the usa "fire-wise scientists", how normal office fires could melt and vaporize massive WTC structural steel columns/beams. Nary a mention of the divine powers that all Muslims possess and which you could have if only you repent and switch from your phony faiths to your new reality.
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glitterbag
 
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 04:43 pm
It would appear another one escaped from Spring Grove. Happily, not something that concerns me at all.
unable2know
 
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 04:51 pm
@glitterbag,
Why such a negative response? Don't you believe the NYTs? Don't you believe FEMA? Do you know what either of them are, being one so fulfilled by glitter and other things trivial?
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I-A. The 2002 FEMA Report
New York Times journalist James Glanz, writing near the end of 2001 about the collapse of WTC 7, reported that some engineers said that a “combination of an uncontrolled fire and the structural damage might have been able to bring the building down,” but that this “would not explain,” according to Dr. Barnett, “steel members in the debris pile that appear to have been partly evaporated in extraordinarily high temperatures.” [13]
Glanz was referring to Jonathan Barnett, a professor of fire protection engineering at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). Early in 2002, Barnett and two WPI colleagues published an analysis of a section of steel from one of the Twin Towers, along with sections from WTC 7, as an appendix to FEMA’s 2002 World Trade Center Building Performance Study. [14] Their discoveries were also reported in a WPI article entitled “The ‘Deep Mystery’ of Melted Steel,” which said:

“[S]teel – which has a melting point of 2,800 degrees Fahrenheit [1538°C] – may weaken and bend, but does not melt during an ordinary office fire. Yet metallurgical studies on WTC steel brought back to WPI reveal that a novel phenomenon – called a eutectic reaction – occurred at the surface, causing intergranular melting capable of turning a solid steel girder into Swiss cheese.”

Stating that the New York Times called these findings “perhaps the deepest mystery uncovered in the investigation,” the article added:

“A one-inch column has been reduced to half-inch thickness. Its edges – which are curled like a paper scroll – have been thinned to almost razor sharpness. Gaping holes – some larger than a silver dollar – let light shine through a formerly solid steel flange. This Swiss cheese appearance shocked all of the fire-wise professors, who expected to see distortion and bending – but not holes.” [15]

In discussing “the deepest mystery,” the New York Times story said: “The steel apparently melted away, but no fire in any of the buildings was believed to be hot enough to melt steel outright.” [16] That was an understatement, because a building fire, even with a perfect mixture of air and fuel, could at most reach 1,000°C (1,832°F). [17] In fact, Professor Thomas Eagar of MIT estimated that the fires were “probably only about 1,200 or 1,300°F [648 or 704°C].” [18]
glitterbag
 
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 09:38 pm
@unable2know,
Spring Grove is a fine institution.
unable2know
 
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Reply Wed 30 Sep, 2020 02:20 am
@glitterbag,
I leave Spring Grove to you, gb, you illustrate a great need for such assistance.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Wed 30 Sep, 2020 03:46 pm
@unable2know,
unable2know wrote:

I leave Spring Grove to you, gb, you illustrate a great need for such assistance.

You sure know your way around for a new guy. Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Thu 1 Oct, 2020 12:13 pm
Poland: German far-right terror suspect arrested with explosives
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Polish authorities arrested a German man who posted extremist views on social media and was found with TNT and ammunition. His arrest is part of a probe into an international organized terrorist group, prosecutors said.

The suspect, referred to as "Jürgen K," was arrested last week in northern Poland and had published extremist views on social media, Poland's Internal Security Agency said.

Stanislaw Zaryn, a spokesman for the agency, said the man is accused of belonging to "an organized criminal group of a terrorist nature."

The man also publicly supported "radical, anti-system views and right-wing extremist organizations," according to PAP.

A search of Jürgen K's place of work found two cubes of TNT weighing 1.2 kilograms (2.6 pounds) as well as ammunition, firearms, a teargas canister and a grenade, according to prosecutors.

Authorities charged him with possession of arms and explosives without a permit and he was placed in preventive detention for three months. The suspect faces up to eight years in prison.

His arrest is part of an ongoing investigation by the National Prosecutor's Office into the "activities of an organized terrorist group" operating in Poland and other countries, Zaryn told PAP.
Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Tue 6 Oct, 2020 09:07 am
@Walter Hinteler,
Hundreds of rightwing extremist incidents by German security services revealed
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Authorities ignored signs of infiltration by far-right elements, say campaigners

Germany’s first nationwide report into rightwing extremism in the security services has revealed hundreds of incidents across the police and military that contravened the country’s constitution.

Horst Seehofer, the interior minister, sought to downplay the incidence of extremism in the forces, at the same time as insisting that each case was a “disgrace” and that a “no tolerance” policy would be exercised against personnel who broke the rules.

He said police, soldiers and other officials had a “role model function” and even a single incident had the effect of bringing all uniformed officials into disrepute.

The 98-page report itself stated that while the absolute figures appeared low compared with the number of employees in the security forces, “it can basically be assumed that there is also a dark field” of unknown extremists.

It recommended the security forces take the problem more seriously, saying both “state and society are in considerable danger if an official who is armed becomes an extremist”.

Seehofer had been criticised by anti-racism campaigners for refusing to allow an independent study, calling instead on members of the domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, which is overseen by his ministry, to carry it out.

The report comes after a series of recent revelations that have exposed racist chat groups and other activities within security authorities, mainly involving the police.

The report was commissioned following several violent incidents that shocked the nation last year, including the fatal shooting of a pro-immigration politician by a suspected far-right extremist outside his home near Kassel, and a murderous attack targeting a synagogue and a kebab store in the city of Halle by a gunman with antisemitic views. Questions have been asked as to whether authorities did enough to stop the attackers.

Politicians and anti-racist campaigners have called on the interior minister to take a detailed look at the issues as a matter of urgency amid concerns that authorities have consistently ignored signals that violent extremists might be trying to infiltrate the uniformed services.

Seehofer told a news conference in Berlin on Tuesday morning that 99% of security personnel “stand firmly anchored in the law”. He said: “We are only dealing here with a minor number of cases.”

Anti-racism campaigners poured scorn on his analysis, after it was revealed that there were 1,064 cases among military personnel, compiled separately by the military secret service MAD, 550 of which are being actively pursued, and 370 separate incidents among police and intelligence officers.

Between January 2017 and the end of March 2020, there were 319 suspected cases of rightwing extremism on a state level, in addition to 58 suspected cases among federal security services, including 44 cases in the police, six in the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) and a handful in the customs authorities, the office for the protection of the constitution and the federal intelligence service.

The worst-affected state is Hesse with 59 incidents, followed by Berlin with 53, North Rhine-Westphalia (45), Bavaria (31) and Saxony (28).

Since the data gathering was completed at the end of March, more than 125 new incidents across the country have come to light.

The majority of cases had led to either criminal proceedings or disciplinary measures including sackings being taken against the individuals involved, although 20% of the criminal cases had been discontinued.

Often cases involved security force employees sharing symbols or pictures deemed to be anti-constitutional, such as swastikas, or expressing rightwing extremist remarks. Only in a few cases did officers concerned have contact with known rightwing extremists or organised groups, or had participated in rightwing extremist events.

Thomas Haldenwang, the president of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, who jointly presented the report with Seehofer, said the spectrum of cases was “large” and the accusations against the individuals “very heterogeneous”, but he said most of them broadly fell into categories with “typical rightwing extremist hallmarks”, such as racism, antisemitism and glorifying National Socialism.

He said he would continue to analyse the results of the study and would look for any connections that might suggest individuals were forming networks within the forces.

“We can guarantee that we will not view these cases in isolation,” he said.

Seehofer called for authorities to make a “consistent effort” to get to the bottom of the cases and to “rigorously” pursue any suspected ones. He also urged all employees across the security services to “keep your eyes open, defend our constitution, be active. Passive collaboration is not allowed.”

Seehofer insisted the report would not be a one-off. He called for a similar model of inquiry to be applied across the entire public sector, and to result in a “deeper analysis”. However, he stopped short of calling on further investigation specifically into racism within the security forces, insisting “racism is a universal topic”.
Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Fri 9 Oct, 2020 09:12 am
@Walter Hinteler,
It looks like the extreme right is working in the same way everywhere: if there are no facts, just invent some, that will do.

In Strasbourg (Alsace, France), investigators have doubts about the statement of a female student that she was sexually insulted and beaten by three men over a miniskirt. Investigators said on Thursday evening that despite extensive investigation, no witnesses had come forward and no surveillance camera footage had confirmed the incident. Furthermore, the student had given contradictory information.

The young woman had stated that she had been sexually insulted by three young men in the centre of Strasbourg at the end of September because she was wearing a miniskirt.

They had instructed her to lower her gaze and remain silent. Two of the men then held her down and the third hit her in the face. Around 15 passers-by had observed the incident without intervening.

According to BFM-TV, the investigators analysed more than 40 hours of video footage from 26 surveillance cameras located near the alleged crime scene. However, neither the student nor any men matching her description could be seen on the pictures.

A local politician from Strasbourg told France 3 that there was no surveillance camera filming the exact scene of the crime. No conclusions could therefore be drawn from the existing videos.

But the investigators also have another reason to doubt: the young woman's mobile phone was logged in near her home at the time in question - and not at the suspected crime scene. During a further interrogation, she stated that she might have made a mistake in the place of the attack.

It has since become known that the student is a member of a citizen watch group organised on Facebook called "Stras Défense" (Defence of Strasbourg).

This is a right-wing/extreme right-wing group. The woman is one of the moderators of the Facebook group.
However, they are presenting themselves as a non-political movement.
There roughly 1,600 members would organise night rounds in Strasbourg, with the aim of fighting against street harassment and aggression.

Local report at the regional newspaper DNA (Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace)
glitterbag
 
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Reply Fri 9 Oct, 2020 02:35 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
The "They're coming after our women" has been a rallying cry for weak willed hate-filled low achievers for centuries.

These are the same guys who call Kamala Harris a monster and planned a kidnapping/assassination of the Gov. of Michigan. Thank God, they care about the welfare of women who know how to keep their mouths shut and their heads down.
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Sun 11 Oct, 2020 07:12 pm
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The primary task of the establishment media, not just in Germany but all over the West, is to make sure that nobody thinks ill of Islam or of the enterprise of mass Muslim migration into the West. It clearly doesn’t matter to them how much they have to bend the truth to fulfill this task.

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Germany: Muslim migrant attempts jihad bombing, media presents him as native German

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This was once again marveled at yesterday in an exemplary manner in the case of the attempted terrorist attack at the Cologne-Deutz train station on Saturday before last: The Cologne police arrested a 21-year-old suspect in the matter. There are now only two options for reporting on such cases: Either the often-used phrase “a man” follows, with complete anonymization of the perpetrator’s ethnicity and origin.

Or – if it is a “potato” or native German, then naming the nationality is not only unproblematic, but an obligation in order to preventatively defuse “racist” prejudices. Therefore it is all the more astonishing what regional media from North Rhine-Westphalia made of the police report: They informed us that the perpetrator was a “young Lüdenscheider”. This remarkable formulation was used not only at WDR and in various Cologne daily newspapers, but also in “DerWesten”.

The headline already mentioned the “Sauerlander” who had meanwhile confessed to having deposited the explosive device in the toilet of a regional train. His motive is “disturbing” and “bitter”: he had acted “out of dissatisfaction with his precarious social situation”, according to the police; with his act he had “wanted to attract public attention”. So everything was quite harmless – had it not been for the former President of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Hans-Georg Maaßen, who spoke out and spoiled the beautiful idyll of the German bomber with a little background information:

If Islam is no problem compared to the Right wing extremists, why this kind of crap? They even made up a motive when Islam tells us the real motive.
https://www.jihadwatch.org/2020/10/germany-muslim-migrant-attempts-jihad-bombing-media-presents-him-as-native-german
InfraBlue
 
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Reply Sun 11 Oct, 2020 11:04 pm
@coldjoint,
The guys that captured the would-be terrorist, Jaber al-Bakr, were themselves Syrian refugees.

https://dailygazette.com/2016/10/11/refugees-capture-germany-thwart-terrorist-attack/
Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Sun 11 Oct, 2020 11:30 pm
@InfraBlue,
The offense that above in cj's post quoted person did was "Disturbing public peace by threatening to commit offences". (Section 126, German Criminal Code [§ 126 StGB])
coldjoint
 
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Reply Sun 11 Oct, 2020 11:41 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
Walter Hinteler wrote:

The offense that above in cj's post quoted person did was "Disturbing public peace by threatening to commit offences". (Section 126, German Criminal Code [§ 126 StGB])

What have the right wingers done? Haven't they been caught before the damage was done? Are they "potatoes"? Not surprised you are doing the same thing your media and politicians are. Islam is not your friend.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 12 Oct, 2020 10:26 am
The ruling parties of the German go ernment, theconservative Christian Democrats and the center-left Social Democrats, as well as the opposition parties, the Green party and the Left party, put forward the motion to construction of in Berlin, to commemorate all victims of Nazi Germany's war of extermination, including those in Eastern European nations affected by the Nazi occupation.

Only the far-right populist opposition party AfD ("Alternative for Germany") opposed the new memorial, saying a monument to German victims of the Second World War should be erected instead.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 12 Oct, 2020 10:30 am
@Walter Hinteler,
Walter Hinteler wrote:

The ruling parties of the German go ernment, theconservative Christian Democrats and the center-left Social Democrats, as well as the opposition parties, the Green party and the Left party, put forward the motion to construction of in Berlin, to commemorate all victims of Nazi Germany's war of extermination, including those in Eastern European nations affected by the Nazi occupation.

Only the far-right populist opposition party AfD ("Alternative for Germany") opposed the new memorial, saying a monument to German victims of the Second World War should be erected instead.

And that has what to do with your media lying to your citizens?
Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 12 Oct, 2020 10:53 am
@coldjoint,
For a change, try reading. But caution: it might scare you.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 12 Oct, 2020 10:54 am
@Walter Hinteler,
Walter Hinteler wrote:

For a change, try reading. But caution: it might scare you.

I read your post it said nothing about your lying media. I don't scare easily, in short, my fears are not going to be affected by what you say or think you have said.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Wed 14 Oct, 2020 11:46 am
Violent right-wing extremism is a ‘major threat’ in the UK, MI5 boss says
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The threat of far-right plots is now only second to Islamic terrorism, he says

The head of MI5 has warned that violent right-wing extremism is now a major threat facing the country, with more than a quarter of serious terrorist attacks stopped in the final stages linked neo-fascist and racist groups.

The danger is likely to continue in the near future, he warned, with worrying numbers of young people attracted to the ideology and increasing evidence of international links between the groups including with those in the US – a country which has seen an alarming rise in political strife in the run up to the presidential election.

Ken McCallum was giving his first public assessment of the threats facing the UK, from terrorist groups and hostile states, after taking over as the Director General of the Security Service in April this year.

Speaking to a group of journalists, the Director General said that MI5 was engaged along with other British intelligence agencies in protecting research being carried out into the coronavirus. He pointed to broader illicit activities such as cyber attacks by countries such as Russia, China and Iran and said that Beijing had sought to steal commercial and intellectual property as well as influence politics here.
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Turning to the threat to life being faced in the country, Mr McCallum said eight out of 27 terrorist plots stopped in this country as they approached fruition in the last three years were by hard-right extremists. That threat was now only second only to Islamist terrorism, and the trend was likely to continue, he said.

Mr McCallum disclosed he had been liaising with the head of the FBI, Christopher Wray, as well as allied European security chiefs, about the rise of violent hard-eight activity, and measures being taken to counter it.

Neo-fascist terrorism was now of more immediate concern on Germany than Islamist attacks, said Mr McCallum. There has also been vicious strife in the US against a background of an aggressive and toxic political scene as Donald Trump fights to stay in the White House in next month’s election.

Far-right activists have been charged with killings of anti-racist protestors and wider terrorist plots in America. In the most highly publicised case so far, the FBI charged 13 people with plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer. The same group, say prosecutors, also discussed abducting Virginia governor, Ralph Northam.

Extremists in the UK may not be in touch with their American counterparts in a “structured, organised way ... but they are in contact because a lot of this poison is being spread online”, said the Director General. “People draw inspiration, and share links and use online to chat. We see connections to the US and UK and also to the US and Europe.”

“We see quite a lot of growth of these threats, including in particular, quite a few young people being attracted to this ideology, which does tend to suggest that this threat will be with us for some years to come, and so we will continue to see this evolve in the years to come ... lots of online, young people involved and quite a lot of bitty, but meaningful, international connectivity.”

Speaking of the situation in the UK, the Director General stated: “We operate entirely the same system as on Islamist extremist terrorism, with cases pursued by the same counter-terrorist professionals within the same part of the MI5/police machine, operating to the same thresholds, prioritised on the basis of threat and risk rather than ideology.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Wed 14 Oct, 2020 12:32 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
Quote:
The threat of far-right plots is now only second to Islamic terrorism, he says

Exactly. It is what I have said far right wing plots are not as big a problem. Articles like this are distraction from Islam. Far right people do not kill near as many. It is not even close.

Glad you finally agree.
 

 
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