Birmingham England probes Muslim takeover of schools plot .....<---- obviously paranoia ....
Democratic tolerant Muzzies would never dream of imposing their rules on nonMuzzies ... would they ?
".......Concerns about how some of the 430 schools in the city were being run first emerged last year in a leaked anonymous letter which outlined how to implement what it called Operation Trojan Horse.
The letter, which credited the alleged plot with forcing a change of leadership at four schools, gave instructions on ousting and replacing uncooperative headteachers and school governors.
"We have an obligation to our children to fulfil our roles and ensure these schools are run on Islamic principles," the letter says.
"We... are on our way to getting rid of more headteachers and taking over their schools."
The letter continued: "You must remember this is a 'jihad' and as such all means possible to win the war is acceptable."
No "joking" about it. It was a vicious painful attack and the attacker should do significant jail time [minimum 5 years] and no release at all until the victim is fully recovered. If victim dies, then so should the attacker.
"....A North Carolina teen confessed to killing his ex-girlfriend saying he strangled the girl and watched his friend stuff a sock in her mouth before they dumped her body in a river, police said.
Authorities believe they found the body of 15-year-old Danielle Locklear on April 3 weeks after the Hope Mills girl disappeared, according to WRAL-TV.
But cops cuffed her ex-boyfriend, Je'Michael Malloy, 17, and his 18-year-old pal, Dominic Lock, after Malloy allegedly told investigators that he throttled the girl before tying her body to cinder blocks and tossing it into the South River on March 11. ...."
Note how below carefully avoids mention the killers are Islamic Terrorist.
US Embassy Bangkok, Thailand
Friday, April 11, 2014
Security in the Deep South of Thailand
This is to alert U.S. citizens of a recent rise of violence in the deep south of Thailand in the border provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, and Yala. Last month, at least 50 violent incidents killed over 30 people and injured almost 40 others. There is the possibility that foreigners, including westerners, may be targeted in this region.
We remind you that the deep south of Thailand has experienced almost daily incidents of criminally and politically motivated violence for several years, including acts attributed to armed local separatist groups. Although the separatist groups have primarily targeted security officials and Thai government interests in the southern provinces, they sometimes target public and commercial areas, including railways and areas where foreigners may congregate.
The U.S. Embassy prohibits its personnel from traveling to the far south of Thailand -- Narathiwat, Pattani, and Yala provinces -- without prior approval, and Embassy personnel may go there only on work-essential travel. U.S. Embassy and Consulate personnel must provide advance notification of travel to Songkhla province, and they are advised to use hotels outside Hat Yais central business district. The Department of State urges you to defer non-emergency travel to these areas. If you must travel to these areas, you should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to your personal security. You should be aware that Thai authorities have on occasion instituted special security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches.
We strongly recommend that U.S. citizens traveling to or residing in Thailand enroll in the Department of States Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at www.Travel.State.Gov. STEP enrollment gives you the latest security updates, and makes it easier for the U.S. embassy or nearest U.S. consulate to contact you in an emergency. If you dont have Internet access, enroll directly with the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.
Regularly monitor the State Department's website, where you can find current Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and the Worldwide Caution updated on April 10, 2014. Read the Country Specific Information for Thailand. For addit
Ape demands phone. Homeless human says, "I aint got no phone, Im poor."
".....The kids admitted they started out by playing the Knockout Game, Curley said. Thats where you run up behind a victim who is not paying attention and you sucker-punch them, and try to knock them out.
Videos of teens playing the Knockout Game are on the Internet, but this is the first case Dayton police has investigated, Curley said.
The victim, 51-year-old Ronald Baird, is a known panhandler in Dayton and was collecting cans neighbors left for him in the alley, Curley said.
In the video obtained exclusively by The Dayton Daily News, a teen is seen following Baird as he pushes a cart, then suddenly runs up behind him and punches Baird in the back of the head. Baird yells out before abandoning his cart and fleeing. The teen chases Baird down, striking him in the head again and pushing him into a fence. The teen then demands Bairds wallet, which he hands over and says, I got three bucks. The teen takes the cash and the wallet, and demands Bairds cell phone, to which he says, I aint got no phone, Im poor.
House OKs making Obama-backed, racial-profiling study permanent
".....But state Rep. Edward Acevedo, D-Chicago, a Chicago police officer, voted against Davis' legislation, saying the past decade has shown racial profiling does, in fact, exist and that more data will only confirm what is already known and that federal dollars used to fund the work could be better spent fixing up state roads.
"I think we have done enough studies," Acevedo said......"
Just a sign of the America we live in. An America that began OFFICIALLY discriminating against honkies some 50 or so years ago. The collective guilt principle is wrong .... except when applied to honkies. Then it is fine and dandy.
The Source of Black Poverty Isn't Black Culture, It's American Culture