Posts Tagged ‘ Reuters ’

Quebec City Mosque Attack

Quebec City Mosque Attack

Update: The stories of those who were murdered.  Alexandre Bissonnette has been charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder and attempted murder.  The names of the victims have been released.  The sole suspect in the Quebec City mosque attack has been identified.  In a correction of an earlier report, it now appears that only...
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Russian Ambassador Gunned Down

Russian Ambassador Gunned Down

Update: I’m not saying it’s an inside job, but… Erdogan reaches out.  The assassin was a member of the riot police, according to Turkey’s interior minister.  Syrian opposition celebrates the assassination.  The assailant-now deceased-appears to have been a Turkish policeman. Heckuva job, Erdogan!  Footage of what appears to be the assassination.  As if we...
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Mass Shooting In Munich

Mass Shooting In Munich

Update: There was evidently a lot of preparation that went into this rampage.  More info on the suspected shooter, who’s now believed to have killed himself after a confrontation with police, courtesy of Deutsche Welle.  Islamic State supporters hail the Munich attack, naturally.  A firsthand account of distraught Munich residents searching for answers by Rukmini...
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Total Carnage

Total Carnage

  Update: The jihadist truck driver, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, was known to police, naturally.  English language updates from Michael Horowitz.  What we know.  A timeline of the attack.  The Nice attack: a firsthand account.  What pathological altruism looks like.  Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.  Flashback.  A reasonable solution.  A column written by Pat Buchanan in the wake of...
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Live Brexit Coverage

Live Brexit Coverage

Update: It looks like Great Britain will have a new PM. Watch David Cameron’s resignation speech.  A fascinating chart illustrates the difference in voting patterns between the 1975 referendum on the European Economic Community and yesterday’s Brexit vote.  A map of how Britain voted in the EU Referendum.  Nearly 17 and half million votes...
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The New American Way

The New American Way

Although American should probably be enclosed in quotation marks in this context. There are a lot of Latinos, i.e. anti-American Chicano supremacists-you can see how they choose to self-identify in this screenshot-rioting outside of Donald Trump’s rally in New Mexico as we speak.
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Attack On Abidjan

Attack On Abidjan

  The latest assault by practitioners of the Religion of Peace against the civilized world occurred yesterday on a beach resort in the Ivory Coast, approximately 25 miles from the capital Abidjan. Like the Burkina Faso siege by Al-Mourabitoun and the Sousse attack of last year, the vast majority of victims bore no relation to military...
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Minnesota’s Merkel

Minnesota’s Merkel

Mark Dayton did his best impression of a pre-metrosexualized Merle Haggard this week, advising anyone who didn’t cotton to the impoverishment of the once great state of Minnesota to get the hell out!
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The Glorious Mosaic

The Glorious Mosaic

Western civilization, after half a century of unrestricted immigration from the Islamic world, has become a platform for enterprising jihadists, as this very abbreviated list of Islamic terror attacks illustrates. Although most of those murdered by Muslims come from the third world-including predominantly Muslim nations-admirers of global terrorist networks like the Islamic State and...
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Attack On Parliament Hill

Attack On Parliament Hill

Update II: The gunman has been identified. Reuters gives us more details about the suspected shooter.  Update: Footage of shooting inside of the Canadian parliament. Follow live coverage of the terrorist attack, courtesy of The Globe and Mail.
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