Beheader justifying his act by referring to the Quran was censored by media to deceive the public
Before you read the report from London I want to make a comment and repeat what I said yesterday. Imagine if someone had beheaded a soldier in the name of Christ? Do you think for one moment that the media would leave that out? In this case we have a lethal mixture: The spread of hatred and the complicity of the new media. Until we face the fact that the problem is Islam itself we cannot take proper steps to protect the ones we love. Osama Bin Laden had warned us for years that his Islam is the Islam.
For further evidence of what I am saying just watch and see that there will be no widespread condemnation of this heinous act that occurred on the streets of London just as there was no outcry against the bombing in Boston anywhere in the Arab world. In the face of thousands of acts of terror by young Muslim men for decades and the tacit approval of millions of Muslims in the world , we will still be lectured that these are mutations and not real Islam. Again imagine if some maniac walked up to a soldier and began mutilating him in the name of Jesus. The roar of condemnation by millions of Christians would be deafening!
Some appeasers will say that any steps to address Islamic violence at its real source will lead to more violence. That is patently insane and an invitation to tyranny Until the civilized world takes a unanimous stand against Islamic violence we can only expect to see a continual rise in religious anarchy.
As a Christian I am to be as harmless as a dove. That means that I must possess a Spirit-controlled temperament On the other hand I am to as wise as a serpent. As believers we cannot be confused about the dangers of today. Absolutely we must trust God for divine protection but we cannot mute our soul against divine warnings. -Mario Murillo
“The Full unedited statement from one of the London Muslim beheaders was censored and misreported by the British press, including the ITV clip shown on their channel and all subsequent news networks, including the Guardian, both which intentionally left out the Beheader justifying his act by referring to the Quran, the ITV clip intentionally had a voice-over narration from the beginning of the muslims statement where he mentions the Quran in order to justify his actions, and the Guardian completely left it out and left it up in the air as to the motives of the Muslim beheaders. The BBC did not mention it all and simply referred to it as an ‘incident. Here is the full quote that was censored:
“There are many, many ayah throughout the Koran [referring to religious
verses] that says we must fight them as they fight us, an eye for an eye
and a tooth for a tooth. I apologize that women had to witness this
today but in our land women have to see the same. You people will never
be safe. Remove your government, they don’t care about you.”
By intentionally editing his quote with a voice-over narration by ITV, to remove the justification for the murder from the Quran, both the Guardian and ITV left out the religious justification for the killers acts in an effort to deceive the public.” - LiveLeak.com
Islamic Terrorists hack man to death on London Street. Wait for police to arrive before trying to attack them.
‘We swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you’: What man holding bloody cleaver said after ‘hacking soldier in Help For Heroes T-shirt to death just yards from Woolwich barracks’
PUBLISHED: 09:49 EST, 22 May 2013 | UPDATED: 17:42 EST, 22 May 2013
A dramatic video tonight emerged of a man with bloodied hands, carrying knives and ranting ’We swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you’, after a serving soldier was hacked to death by two men just 200 yards from an Army barracks.
The man can be seen and heard talking to the camera. The video came as terrified eyewitnesses saw two men shot by police marksmen after the machete attack in Woolwich, south-east London.
The two men are thought to have waited around for 20 minutes until Metropolitan Police officers arrived and then tried to attack them – but were swiftly shot by armed policemen, including a woman.
They apparently shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’, which means ‘God is great’ in Arabic, and tried to film the attack, the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson said.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe tonight confirmed two men had been arrested and officers from the counter-terrorist unit were leading the investigation into the killing.
He said: ‘It is hard to comprehend the shocking and horrific scenes we have seen this afternoon on a busy street as Londoners went about their day as normal. We have launched a murder investigation.’
Theresa May tonight called a meeting of the Government’s emergency Cobra committee in response to the machete and knife attack on the man who was wearing a Help for Heroes T-shirt.
The Home Secretary said she had been briefed on the killing by the head of MI5 and police later confirmed they were treating the incident as a possible terror attack.
The Cobra meeting heard that security has been tightened at Woolwich barracks and increased at all London barracks. It was also told there are strong indications that this was a terrorist incident.
Mrs May said said: ‘What happened today in Woolwich was a sickening and barbaric attack. This attack was an attack on everyone in the UK. It will be condemned by people from every community.
‘We have seen terrorism on the streets of Britain before, and have always stood firm against it. Despicable acts like these will not go unpunished.’
Eyewitnesses said the ‘crazed’ men in their 20s launched a ferocious attack and were ‘hacking, chopping and cutting him.’
In footage released by ITV News, a man with bloodied hands carrying a knife and a machete addresses people holding a camera, where he appears to attempt to justify the incident.
Speaking to those recording the scene he says: ‘I apologise that women had to witness this today, but in our land our women have to see the same.
‘You people will never be safe. Remove your government, they don’t care about you.’
In footage obtained by The Sun, he can also be heard saying: ‘You think David Cameron is going to get caught in the street when we start busting our guns you think politicians are going to die?
Following his outburst, the man walks back towards where the victim is lying in the middle of the road. He then speaks to another man as they stand near to the victim.
One eyewitness claimed one of the soldier’s attackers was seen last week preaching in Woolwich.
Jamie France, 29, a local musician, said: ‘I spoke to my mum on the phone and showed her the video footage from the internet. She told me that she recognised one of the men with the knife.
‘She said she’d seen him last week preaching in Woolwich town centre. She said she remembers him because he’d been really angry and was saying all this political stuff.’
Mr Cameron said on Twitter that ‘the killing in Woolwich is truly shocking – I have asked the Home Secretary to chair a Cobra meeting.’
Help for Heroes, the charity whose T-shirt witnesses said the victim was wearing, said: ‘Help for Heroes is appalled to hear that a man, believed to be a serving soldier, has been brutally murdered in Woolwich today.
‘We are desperately saddened to hear of this sickening attack and offer our thoughts and prayers to his family, colleagues and friends.’
The charity’s website crashed as Britons queued up to pledge their support to it following the Woolwich killing, but it was up and running again a short while after.
Labour leader Ed Miliband, who is cutting short a visit to Germany to return to the UK, said: ‘This is a truly appalling murder which will shock the entire country. All of my thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim.
‘People across our country, whatever background they are from, will be united in condemning this attack and we will stand together, as we always do, in our response’
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg
‘The British people will be horrified by what has happened in Woolwich. They will be united in believing that this terror on our streets cannot be allowed to stand.’
And Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said: ‘This afternoon witnessed a shocking and horrifying murder on the streets of our capital. The whole nation’s thoughts will be with the family and friends of the victim this evening.
‘People across our country, whatever background they are from, will be united in condemning this attack and we will stand together, as we always do, in our response.’
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: ‘The Queen is of course concerned by the report of an attack in Woolwich earlier today. Her Majesty is being kept informed.’
Locals at the scene were warned police may have to carry out a controlled explosion on the attackers’ car.
A father of three, who referred to himself only as Kwamu, said two police officers came to his flat, in a block just yards from the attack on John Wilson Road, at around 7pm to tell him to leave his home.
He said: ‘They knocked on my door about an hour ago, two police officers. The woman police officer told me to get my family together and get out. She said they think there could be a bomb in the car.
‘I was getting my daughters ready to go outside but when I went down the stairs some people from the block were going in. They told me that police now want us to stay inside. It is very frightening.’
The Ministry of Defence said it was urgently looking at the reports that the incident involved a soldier but had no further comment.
Killing: The attack happened on John Wilson Street in Woolwich, south-east London, this afternoon, close to the military barracks
Probe: Police cordon off surrounding roads after a man was killed in Woolwich, south London, this afternoon
Military: The victim was a serving soldier and is believed to be based at the nearby Woolwich barracks
Footage from a TV news helicopter showed a large number of weapons lying in the street following the incident. A London Ambulance Service spokesman said one man had died at the scene.
He added: ‘Our staff treated two others. Both men were taken to hospital, one of them is in a serious condition, the other is not.’
One witness, identified as James, said he and his partner saw two black men attack the young victim with knives, including a meat cleaver. ‘They were hacking at this poor guy, literally,’ he told LBC.
Metropolitan Police Commander Simon Letchford confirmed tonight that the two attackers were shot by armed officers.
He said in a statement: ‘At approximately 1420 we were called to reports of an assault in John Wilson Street, Woolwich, where one man was being assaulted by two other men.
‘A number of weapons were reportedly being used in the attack and this included reports of a firearm.
‘Officers including local Greenwich officers arrived at the scene and shortly after firearms officers arrived on the scene.
Probe: An air ambulance can be seen landing at the scene in Woolwich, south London, this afternoon. Two men were later rushed to hospital while a third man died
‘I’m still really shaken up. When he was dead, they dragged him out into the road and left him there. It was strange, they didn’t run off, they just stood there as if they were waiting for the police.
‘It must have taken about 20 minutes for the police to arrive, I think it must’ve been because they were waiting for armed police.
‘The police officers got out of the car and the two black men ran towards them with the gun.
‘The police shot them. They fell to the ground. Then a helicopter landed. Think it must’ve been an air ambulance.
‘The paramedics got out and I think they were working on the two men to try and keep them alive.
‘I don’t know if they died, they were taken away in the helicopter. A blanket was put over the white guy lying in the road. ‘I just can’t believe what I saw.’
Until we face the fact that the problem is Islam itself we cannot take proper steps to protect the ones we love. Osama Bin Laden had warned us for years that his Islam is the Islam.
For further evidence of what I am saying just watch and see that there will be no widespread condemnation of this heinous act that occurred on the streets of London just as there was no outcry against the bombing in Boston anywhere in the Arab world.
Imagine if some maniac walked up to a soldier and began mutilating him in the name of Jesus. The roar of condemnation by millions of Christians would be deafening!
Some appeasers will say that any steps to curb Islamic violence will lead to more violence. That is patently insane and an invitation to tyranny Until the civilized world takes a unanimous stand against Islamic violence we can only expect to see a continual rise in religious anarchy.
As a Christian I am to be as harmless as a dove. That means that I must possess a Spirit-controlled temperament On the other hand I am to as wise as a serpent. As believers we cannot be confused about the dangers of today. Absolutely we must trust God for divine protection but we cannot mute our soul against divine warnings.
This administration’s management of the Obama Internal Revenue Service scandal so far consists of a slow-walking, rolling disclosure of facts; equal parts equivocation, amnesia and indignation from IRS witnesses; deer-in-the-headlights non-responses by the White House press secretary; parsed, lawyerly statements from the president himself; and now one of the central key players is taking the Fifth. And all this comes from what the president claimed would be the “most transparent administration ever…”
If we give the president the benefit of the doubt and assume he knows the truth is going to come out, the question remains: Does the administration appoint the special prosecutor sooner or later? The calculus inside the White House is how to best protect the president’s political interests. They have two options. They could delay the appointment and let more of the story develop, weather the ugly piecemeal disclosures, give the players time to get their stories straight and lawyer-up and hope Republicans continue their overreach, giving the whole affair a nutty partisan patina. Or, they could accelerate the appointment of a special prosecutor, thereby slowing the congressional inquiries and giving Jay Carney some relief from his daily embarrassing routine by supplying him with the escape hatch of not being allowed to comment on matters associated with the special prosecutor’s ongoing investigation. Not to mention, the White House all the while could blast the appointed counsel as a partisan ideologue à la the hatchet job that was done on Ken Starr.
Anyway, if the president is innocent, he will end up needing and wanting a special prosecutor sooner rather than later. If he and his White House already have too much to hide, then they must clam up, cry partisanship and hope their allies on the Hill and in the media have the stamina for the long, hard slog ahead.
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My personal favorite of all the new revelations from the Obama IRS scandal is that White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler told White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough about the impending IRS inspector general report, but of course the White House chief of staff did not tell the president.
I sat in a White House chief of staff’s office every day for more than two years. The only reason the legal counsel would tell the chief of staff about an impending report or disclosure would be so the chief of staff could tell the president. The legal counsel would assume the chief of staff would know how and when to bring up the matter. The chief of staff would be expected to know if there were additional factors surrounding the issue that needed to be considered before the president was told, or whether or not others needed to be included in the conversation when the information was shared with the president. There are many valid reasons why the chief of staff would tell the president, but I can’t think of a reason why he and the legal counsel would both agree that this news nugget would go no further. It’s very odd.
The legal counsel would never assume that information shared with the chief of staff would not go to the president. In my experience, a legal counsel never would believe that there was information that was appropriate for the chief of staff to know but that was inappropriate for the president to know. Out of all the news that has emerged regarding the Obama IRS scandal, this is the most curious whopper I’ve heard so far. I can’t wait to hear the real story.
True the Vote Files Suit Against the IRS
True the Vote, a Houston-based nonprofit dedicated to fighting voter fraud, has filed suit in federal court against the IRS, asking the court to grant its tax-exempt status (three years after applying) and seeking damages for unlawful actions taken by the IRS against the organization.
Catherine Engelbrecht, a member of the Harris County, Texas, tea-party organization King Street Patriots, founded True the Vote after serving as a poll worker during the 2008 elections. Observing how understaffed polling places seemed to encourage voter fraud, she established True the Vote to train poll workers to “true” the vote: “to research the voter rolls in their home districts and to report inaccuracies to their County and State, to identify instances of vote fraud, and to be able to serve as observers at the polls to assure the integrity of the vote.”
“We’ve been waiting for three years to receive a decision from the IRS about our tax exempt status,” says Engelbrecht in a True the Vote press release. “After answering hundreds of questions and producing thousands of documents, we’re done waiting. The IRS does not have the power to pocket veto our application. Federal law empowers groups like True the Vote to force a decision in court — which is precisely what we aim to do.”
After filing with the IRS, Engelbrecht and her family’s small manufacturing business was audited by the IRS — and received unexpected scrutiny from OSHA, the ATF, and the FBI.
True the Vote’s lawsuit consists of three counts:
Count One: Seeks recognition of True the Vote as a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization pursuant to 26 USC § 7428.
Count Two: Seeks damages and injunctive relief from the IRS and IRS employees and agents, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1331 and Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, 403 U.S. 388 (1971), for violation of True the Vote’s constitutional rights by virtue of the actions of the government in unlawfully targeting and delaying recognition of True the Vote’s exempt status.
Count Three: Seeks damages and injunctive relief against the IRS and IRS employees, pursuant to 26 USC § 7431, for their unlawful intrusions into True the Vote’s activities by requiring the filing of voluminous materials with the IRS, then unlawfully inspecting and potentially disseminating the information.
Says Cleta Mitchell, attorney for True the Vote: “We are not going to allow the IRS to claim, as it has been doing in the past week, that the targeting of conservative groups is over and ‘everything has been fixed.’ It is not yet fixed and this litigation is a vital step both to resolve True the Vote’s status and to learn exactly what happened inside the IRS.”