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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Muslims in Norway now demand a separate state, Greece will soon see similar!

Muslims of Norway are now demanding a separate Islamic state and threaten terrorist actions if their demands are not met. Norway has already completed phase 3 of Islamization. The following explains the three phases.
Phase 1:  When muslims constitute 1-3% of the population. Their behavior in society is decent and non intrusive.
Phase 2: When Muslims constitute 4-20% of the population, political demands BEGIN, such as building of mosques, minarets, bans on Christian ceremonies and events and celebrations Muslim holidays like Ramadan.
Phase 3: When muslims constitute over 20% of the population a holy war begins (jihad). Muslim areas of the city (ghettos) now become inaccessible to non-Muslims. Full implementation of ghetto Sharia laws begin, along with conducting terrorist attacks for secession and the creation of an Islamic state.
Norway, is already in phase 3. The terrorist organization Ansar al-Sunna threatens that if the capital Oslo is not recognized by the Norwegian State as a Muslim city and a Muslim nation they will declare a holy war, with all that this entails. The announcement of the Islamic terrorist organization states:
“We do not want to be part of the Norwegian society. We also do not want to leave Norway because we were born and raised here. The land of Allah we belong. “
The traitorous politicians teamed with Turkish like Erdogan and the Zionists have brought our country already into phase 2 and in a very short time Greece will be found in phase 3 and experience events such as those in Norway.
The Golden Dawn is the only political force that can SAVE Greece from the upcoming Islamization of our cities and the jihad terrorists.

Indonesian executions spark international anger


Cilacap (Indonesia) (AFP) - Indonesia faced a storm of international protest Wednesday for putting seven foreign drug convicts before a firing squad, but Filipinos rejoiced after a compatriot was spared at the last minute.
Australia withdrew its ambassador in protest at what it called "cruel and unnecessary" executions, Brazil expressed strong regret and France vowed a diplomatic battle to save a citizen still on death row.
Indonesia staunchly defended the executions as a vital front of its "war" on drugs, as testimony emerged of how the condemned men went singing to their deaths.
The seven -- two from Australia, one from Brazil and four from Nigeria -- were shot along with one Indonesian, despite strident foreign appeals and pleas from family members.
Brazil expressed "deep regret" at the execution of its national, who was mentally ill according to his family, and said it was weighing its next move.
Abuja on Wednesday named the Nigerians put to death as Martin Anderson, Okwudili Oyatanze, Jamiu Abashin and Sylvester Obiekwe, and expressed its "deep disappointment" over Jakarta's decision.
There had been confusion about the names and nationalities of the four Africans, with Nigeria's National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) saying last week that Anderson was Ghanaian.
The condemned men reportedly all refused blindfolds and sang hymns, among them "Amazing Grace", as they went to face the firing squad in a jungle clearing, according to a pastor who was with them.
As the clock ticked down to midnight, a group of tearful supporters also sang hymns, embraced and held candles aloft during a vigil at the port in Cilacap, the gateway to the prison island of Nusakambangan.
A Filipina originally set to be executed was given an 11th hour reprieve after a woman who allegedly duped her into ferrying drugs to Indonesia came forward to police in the Philippines.
The reprieve for Mary Jane Veloso was hailed in the Philippines as a miracle and a gift from God, but Indonesian Attorney General Muhammad Prasetyo stressed it was only a "postponement" to allow time for police investigations.
He added: "We are fighting a war against horrible drug crimes that threaten our nation's survival.
"I would like to say that an execution is not a pleasant thing. It is not a fun job.
"But we must do it in order to save the nation from the danger of drugs. We are not making enemies of countries from where those executed came. What we are fighting against is drug-related crimes."
- 'They asked for mercy: there was none' -

Prasetyo also played down Australia's decision to recall its ambassador, describing it as a "temporary reaction", while Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi stressed Jakarta's desire to "continue having good relations" with one of its most important trading partners.
Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, ringleaders of the so-called "Bali Nine" heroin trafficking gang, were described by Canberra as reformed men after years in prison.
The families said their sons did "all they could to make amends, helping many others" since their arrests, with Sukumaran teaching fellow inmates English and art, and Chan ordained as a minister in February.
"They asked for mercy, but there was none," the families said in a joint statement.
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan and Foreign Minister Aminu Wali said in a statement they had made "spirited appeals for clemency", for the lives of their four nationals, most recently at an Asian-African summit in the Indonesian capital Jakarta last week.
There were already signs of fallout Wednesday with former Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono cancelling a trip to Perth, citing concern about reaction to the executions.
The European Union meanwhile expressed its "dismay" and called for a moratorium on further executions in the country. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon echoed the sentiment, saying the death penalty "has no place in the 21st century".
Jakarta stocks closed down 2.34 percent, due in part to the effect of the death sentences on investor sentiment.
- Plain coffins -
Widodo, who took office in October, cites figures from the national anti-narcotics agency showing that more than 30 Indonesians die every day due to drugs.
However some academics believe the agency's data is flawed, while critics accuse Widodo of pursuing a populist policy following recent political problems.
The bodies of Chan and Sukumaran, in plain wooden coffins, arrived in Jakarta after being driven from Cilacap in two ambulances. They were taken to a funeral home and will soon be flown back to Australia for burial.
There were very different scenes in the Philippines after the last-minute reprieve for Veloso, whose case attracted emotional appeals for mercy from boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao among others.
"Miracles do come true," her mother Celia told a Philippine radio station, adding that her daughter's two boys aged 12 and six were awake and yelling "Yes, yes, mama will live".
France said Wednesday it was mobilising all diplomatic options to try to save Serge Atlaoui.
The 51-year-old Frenchman was originally among the group set to be executed but was granted a temporary reprieve after Indonesia agreed to allow an outstanding legal appeal to run its course.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

An appeal to Congress on the Draft Bangsamoro Basic Law: National interest first!

April 28, 2015
by Rafael Alunan III
There are MOMENTS in history when one needs to take a profound stand for what is right, the common good and the national interest. That stand must be translated into decisive action to prevent or right a wrong. This is my motivation with respect to the BangsaMoro Basic Law (BBL).
1. The proposed BBL as submitted to Congress for approval was the product of an exclusionary and furtive process not unlike the MOA-AD that the Supreme Court struck down during the term of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (GMA). FYI sessions were PASSED off as consultations. Isn’t that a gross injustice to those sectors that were left out?
2. The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has not publicly renounced its LINKS to Al Qaeda, the global terror organization causing so much insecurity, death and destruction around the world – Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Europe, the U.S, Australia and the Philippines. Its behavior and practice of tikman (half-truths), taqiyya (lies), deception and treachery to achieve its aims is a well known modus operandi. Wouldn’t giving a homeland to such a group be a travesty of justice and common sense that would only bring harm to the country and nation?
3. The Moro Islamic Liberation Front is not a sincere peace partner. It threatens war to obtain what it wants, in this case, the BBL version it wants which means keeping in there language that is unconstitutional, illegal and sets it up for future secession. It is an organization which by its consistent acts show their allegiance to Malaysia which has been FUNDING their struggle for secession for the past 4 decades. Its founder, Hashim Salalmat, described the Moro Islamic Liberation Front members as Moros, not Filipinos; and that its aim was to establish an independent Islamic state which is aligned with the goal of Al Qaeda to establish a globalized Islamic State under a caliphate, hence, the insistence for Sharia Law. Why is the government insistent still on granting them a homeland unless it is a willing party to the country’s dismemberment?

4. Malaysia is a conflicted arbiter and its retention is despicable from any angle. It is the power, inspiration and enabler of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and international SECURITY observers warn that Malaysia is moving toward Islamic radicalism. Jemaah Islamiyya, Al Qaeda’s extension in Southeast Asia, thrives in its territory, and its members like Marwan freely moved about within Moro Islamic Liberation Front circles for years until he was killed in Mamasapano last January in Moro Islamic Liberation Front territory where 44 SAF law enforcers were massacred by the MILF-BIFF and other armed groups sympathizing with them.
5. Legal experts have cited the unconstitutionality of the BBL These have been enumerated time and again by social and mass media. If all the objectionable provisions are taken out, allegiance to the Philippines adhered to, and rewritten in a manner that leaves no room for dismemberment, that brings us back to the ARMM Law, which is the existing standard that sprung forth from the Tripoli Agreement.
6. BBL proponents need to smear the ARMM in order to justify its usurper. They say that social injustice, corruption, inefficency and poverty were not addressed by ARMM. That argument goes for the entire country as well. The prime solution – good governance – lies in uprooting its feudalistic culture, clamping down on lawlessness, basic education that equally promotes unity and patriotism, a functioning criminal justice system and economic growth. The roots of social injustice lies in our culture in general, and theirs in particular, that produces violence, bloodshed and backwardness. Giving the Moro Islamic Liberation Front a homeland when it does not even represent the people of Mindanao and those in the area it eyes for its Islamic BASE is, therefore, not the solurion.
7. The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has not yet attained its BangsaMoro but already acts like it has one. The Austronesians and lumads were inhabitants of Mindanao long before Sheik Makdum came to Simunul. They have no basis making that spurious claim that Mindanao has always been Islamic and, therefore, rightfully belongs to them, more specifically the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, yet, it is prepared to give up Sabah which rightfully belongs to the Sultanate of Sulu, which means it is integral to Philippine territory. It is clearly a spurious land grab, like Sabah, based on false premises and fanned by geopolitical interests. Isn’t that the best example of another case of social injustice in the making?
Congress must understand this. The Philippines is not for sale and the chopping block. It must resist the money being reportedly dangled before them to PASSthe BBL. Giving jihadists an official homeland is a mindless act. It should call a spade a spade, draw the line on the sand, and declare that they shall not pass, not on their watch. Congress must act decisively and stay on the right side of history.
Yes to Peace, No to BBL!
[This article was originally published on Mr Alunan’s Facebook page and is featured here with his permission.]

Rafael Alunan III

Former Cabinet Secretary who served under the administrations of former presidents Corazon Aquino and Fidel Ramos