Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Even when right The Duce is wrong, in their eyes

Police are looking for a Tunisian.

German authorities scoured the country Wednesday for a Tunisian asylum seeker who is being sought in the truck rampage through a Christmas festival here that killed 12 people and injured 48. 

Investigators don't know if there is more than one perpetrator at large. 

The new suspect emerged after police found documents in the truck belonging to a 24-year-old Tunisian national identified only as Anis A, the German magazine Spiegel reported on its website. 

He was identified from a document relating to asylum that was found in the cabin of the truck, Spiegel and Allgemeine Zeitung reported. 

The document said Anis A. was born in the southern Tunisian city of Tataouine in 1992, Spiegel said. 

It reported that he is also known by two aliases. 

Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported that he applied for asylum in April and received a temporary residence permit.

Elsewhere it is reported ISIS has claimed responsibility for this as well as the assassination of the Russian Ambassador in Turkey the other day.

We may not be in a war against Islam, but some Muslims are certainly in a war against both Christians and Christianity, and PC cannot prevent them saying so.

Whether The Guardian wants us to say so or not.


Trump’s readiness to cast blame from afar and to emphasize sectarian division – and the absence of an equivalent statement from his office about an attack on Muslims the same day in Switzerland – has added urgency to concerns that his gut reactions to world events will act as an amplifier and accelerator of global conflict.

Pshaw.

A bit man bites dog, isn't it?

Attacks on random Muslims by others in Europe or America, I mean.

That sort of thing does not measure up by a very long way to the menace of ISIS and Jihad in general.

And the hypocrisy is stunning for the peacenik Guardian to view negatively Trump's refusal of the idiotic exaggerations of Cold War II.

Regarding a summary of The Duce's foreign policy priorities that set dealing with ISIS pretty high, The Guardian notes darkly,

There was no mention of Russia, characterised by the nation’s most senior military officer, Gen Joseph Dunford, as “an existential threat to the US".

The omission only underlined the unanswered questions about the extent of Moscow’s role in Trump’s election victory.

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