Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Transgender burgler

'It's my neighborhood': California man wrestles transgender burglary suspect to the ground at popular beach city

We still don't have the manifesto of the trans man SC shooter

Man's 'kill manifesto' outlined plot to shoot males at Virginia church over failed prayer and lack of romance, police say

Why the Houthi's need to be eliminated tot the last adherent

Houthis Have Knocked Out Several Undersea Internet Cables: Report

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MONDAY, FEB 26, 2024 - 03:00 PM

There are new reports saying Yemen's Houthis have knocked out several underwater telecommunications cables linking Europe and Asia, however, some of the accounts of the extent of damage remain conflicting.

Multiple Israeli publications are reporting Monday that four underwater communications cables between Saudi Arabia and Djibouti have been damaged in recent months - the result of Houthi sabotage. The reporting appears to have originated in Israel's financial daily outlet Globes.

Far-left RAF terror suspect Daniela Klette arrested

Far-left RAF terror suspect Daniela Klette arrested

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8 hours ago

A suspect believed to have been a member of the far-left Red Army Faction has been arrested in Berlin. Daniela Klette is one of three fugitives who have remained underground since the 1990s.


Escaped prisoners left bloody trail after hijacking Virginia couple’s yacht in Caribbean, likely tossed bodies overboard: cops

Illegal immigration: what we get!

Venezuelan migrant who entered US illegally charged with raping teen girl in Virginia

The woke would put your cild at risk fohr physical injury to satisfy the LBGT mafis

Girls’ high school basketball coach banned for forfeiting game over transgender player has no regrets: ‘Asking for injury

If it's about charity why are they hiding what they're doing?

The "Fox & Friends Weekend" host received a tip to investigate the facility Casa Alitas, which had all signs removed from its exterior. She explained the lack of signs was a signal it was an NGO — non-governmental organization — housing illegal immigrants.

After asking if she could book a room, a woman behind the hotel counter asked Campos-Duffy to leave the building, claiming she was on "private property." 

The woman refused to answer questions about whose property it was, instead asking security to escort Campos-Duffy out of the building. 

screencap of Fox News report investigating Tucson migrant facility

"Fox & Friends Weekend" host Rachel Campos-Duffy investigated a migrant shelter in Tucson, Arizona. (Fox News)

"Is this where illegals are being housed with government funding?" Campos-Duffy asked as an elderly security guard came out to escort her.

The woman demanded the Fox News crew leave the property and threatened to call the police.

"Please call them," Campos-Duffy responded.

Another young woman who came out also pressured the crew to leave. She covered up her name tag after Campos-Duffy identified the shelter listed as "Casa Alitas" on her badge.

"This is an NGO paid for by government money," Campos-Duffy said. 

screencap of Fox news report on Tucson migrant shelter

Workers at an unmarked migrant facility in Tucson, Arizona refused to answer questions about the shelter to Fox News.(Fox News)

The worker refused to answer questions about what the organization did.

"Why so much secrecy? That's what the American people want to understand. Why?" Campos-Duffy pressed.

The woman ushered the news crew out of the building, repeating, "You guys cannot come into our shelter."

The report is part of a larger Fox News investigation into places being used to house illegal immigrants across the country.

Illegal border crossings are now primarily happening in Arizona and California, according to data from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

In December, Democratic Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs deployed the state's national guard to deal with a surge of migrants at its border with Mexico. 

The Tucson Sector has been particularly hard hit by a new wave of migrants coming over the border. The sector set a new record or weekly encounters when officials encountered over 17,500 migrants in one week.

Casa Alitas' website describes itself as offering "shelter, necessities and travel assistance to asylum seeking families. Our guests arrive for a short stay, after their release from Border Patrol and ICE detention."

"Casa Alitas is a program of Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona," the website states. "The Casa Alitas Leadership Team and Volunteer Service Coordinators support a network of paid staff, volunteers, and interns to create a safe, just, and compassionate refuge for the migrant families transiting through our Southern Arizona border communities. The Casa Alitas program is sustained by an inter-denominational network of faith collaborators and inter-organizational partnerships with federal, state, and municipal government agencies; universities and colleges; and other non-governmental organizations."

Fox News' Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

Is Harvards anti Semitic disease curable?

Harvard Antisemitism Task Force Co-chair Resigns; No Confidence in University

Palestinians are the Hamas murder cult; even the animals are Jews

Hamas' Agricultural Terrorism - Rebecca Sugar (Wall Street Journal)

    Hamas' Agricultural Terrorism
  • At Kibbutz Alumim, 2 miles from the Gaza border, 300,000 chickens died following Hamas' Oct. 7 attack on Israel. Three coops were burned to the ground. Terrorists also destroyed the automated food and water dispensers for the remaining five structures housing the flock. After the attack, no one was around to tend to the chickens and the birds died of hunger and thirst.
  • Terrorists targeted farmland, livestock, plants and infrastructure as they made their way across the western Negev, which produces 70% of the country's vegetables, 20% of its fruit and 6% of its milk. "The attack was designed to intentionally destroy agricultural production, but more than that, it was meant to destroy the identity of the region, to break the community," said Danielle Abraham, executive director of Volcani International Partnerships, an NGO that addresses global hunger using Israeli technological innovation.
  • Hamas killed 30 milking cows at Kibbutz Nahal Oz. Those that survived went unmilked for nine days. Many developed a painful condition that contaminated their milk and killed 70 of the herd. Some that have recovered still aren't producing milk. Trauma from the sounds of explosions and gunfire seems to have suspended their production.
  • Hamas terrorists damaged greenhouses and barns, many beyond repair. They slashed crop nets and flooded orchards. They burned irrigation pipes and destroyed the filtration system for the local reservoir. Estimates of income losses and infrastructure damage total more than $500 million.
  • Attacks on Israel's environment and natural resources aren't new. In 2005 Palestinian looters damaged roughly 900 of the 3,000 greenhouses Israelis left behind after they withdrew from Gaza. In 2018 terrorists launched more than 800 incendiary balloons from Gaza, setting fire to 6,100 acres of agricultural land in the Negev. Raids on Israel's northern farms and arson in its forests have been regular occurrences. Hamas attacked Israel's blooming desert, a national symbol of innovation and resilience.
  • Michal Uziyahu, liaison to the mayor of the Eshkol region, a cluster of 32 communities near Gaza, says that more than 4,000 of Eshkol's 17,000 residents are already back home. Half of the region's Thai workers have also returned.

Monday, February 26, 2024

What the pro Islamists ignore

The Taliban hold another public execution as thousands watch at stadium in northern Afghanistan

Removing the cancers from society

Imam who 'called the French flag satanic' has his residency permit cancelled after living in the country since the 1980s and is deported to North Africa

Why the Powerful Turned a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans” is

Mark Levin: Schweizer’s ‘Blood Money’ Is ‘Jaw-Dropping’

Fox News host Mark Levin said Sunday on his show “Life, Liberty & Levin” that Breitbart News Senior Contributor Peter Schweizer’s new book Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans was “jaw-dropping.”

Levin said, “A journalist who uncovers really seedy muck in our government and by certain populations. And Peter Schweizer. And it’s always an honor to have Peter on the program as an exclusive guest when he has a new book coming out. He doesn’t just put out books. He his books, his team does an enormous amount of research. They back it up with facts and footnotes, and it’s always jaw dropping.”

He continued, “His new book, “Blood Money Why the Powerful Turned a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans” is stunning. It’s stunning in the breadth to which communist China owns our government. It’s stunning in the extent to which it affects our society. It is stunning by the fact that we have a president, the United States, and a family. As Peter has reported before, that basically has taken tens of millions of dollars from this government, which I think is one of the reasons why they don’t stand up to communist China.”

Anti white insanity

CA professor says being a Swift fan is 'slightly racist,' Chiefs winning Super Bowl is a 'white supremacist conspiracy'