Everything Is Not As It Seems By Ryan Unger
Everything Is Not As It Seems By Ryan Unger
TOMMY ROBINSON SENT TO UNOFFICIAL DEATH ROW [gallery ids="38272,38271,38267" type="rectangular"] I discovered on 14th June 2018, that journalist and campaigner, Tommy Robinson, had been moved to HMP Leicester with a Muslim population of over 70%. Already, death threats were made against him and, apparently his first night spent there was one with prisoners banging constantly, baying for his harm. This transfer was on the authority of the new Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, ironically a Muslim minister in Theresa May’s cabinet. I should point out that Mrs. May has always been involved in the persecution of Tommy Robinson which seemed to coincide with when she was originally appointed as Home Secretary. Tommy Robinson is a political prisoner and has been incarcerated at the pleasure of the UK Government. Indications are they want him dead, but dare not do it by blatantly assigning a state employee to carry out the execution, so they go for the cowardly option of putting him amongst groups who desperately want to kill him as part of their Jihad against dissent towards Allah and Mohammed and his open objection to the state’s covering up of child rape while displaying reluctance to bring those responsible to justice.
WHO ARE THE ‘FOR BRITAIN’ PARTY? Chimes Media reporter, James Williams takes a brief look into this new and controversial political movement, For Britain, headed by Anne Marie Waters. Nigel Farage, somewhat treacherously, has turned his back on ordinary people who are feeling what Islam and the colluding UK state is bringing them. For Britain has emerged from the womb of UKIP as a voice for the forgotten. But, is For Britain a Far Right Party? Is For Britain offering a solution or drawing battle lines? [gallery ids="36364,36357" type="rectangular"]
During A Free Tommy Rally in London on 9th June 2018, a Labour Party thug attacked Chimes Media reporter, blocking his camera, trying to grab at it and making bodily contact. [wpvideo rNQF2N6Z] STATEMENT NOTED DOWN SHORTLY AFTER THE INCIDENT FROM JAMES WILLIAMS: “THE GUY CAME OUT OF NOWHERE AND MADE RIGHT FOR ME. HE WAVED A HAND IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA AND TRIED TO GRAB IT. I TURNED TO AVOID HIM AND HE MADE PHYSICAL CONTACT. “HE HAD AT LEAST ONE ACCOMPLICE WITH HIM AND HELD A PINT OF BEER IN A PLASTIC CUP AND CAME ONTO ME A SECOND TIME. I WAS EXPECTING HIM TO THROW IT OVER ME. THEN, HE STARTED HURLING ABUSE AND VULGARITIES TRYING TO PROVOKE A FIGHT. IT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN A GOOD MOVE AS HE HAD WITNESSES ON HIS SIDE SO I MOVED AWAY AND HE CONTINUED HIS ABUSE AS I CROSSED THE ROAD TO RE-POSITION AT THE ENTRANCE OF WHITEHALL TO CARRY ON FILMING.” [gallery ids="35806,35807" type="rectangular"] COMMENT You never know where and when you are going to meet these characters. In my youth, I was a Labour Party activist operating in Lincolnshire. I felt I was supporting a moral cause to improve the lives of the poor and disadvantaged. I did not encounter the ‘hostiles’ until after I moved to Portsmouth and began engaging there. It’s a long story, but I found certain senior officials wanted to vet you. These were not appointed officials. I had this in Lincolnshire as well as in Portsmouth, perhaps it was a way of looking for compliant types and leaders? All I will say is that the guy who attacked in Trafalgar Square, wore a fixed smile as you will see from the film. Having studied the behaviour of psychopaths and how they behave, the ‘fixed smile’ is how they present themselves. It is a smile that indicates their own belief in their own superiority. Could he be one of the 1%? On a chance encounter, it is not possible to verify but, out of all the thousands of people around, he singled me out for attention in the same way a predator would do; just as a psychopath would do. I was separate from the herd and alone and I was unsuspecting.]]>
James Williams mashes Nigel Farage Chimes Media founder, James Williams, mashes Nigel Farage over the latter’s criticism of Tommy Robinson. Working class hero, Tommy Robinson who stands up for the forgotten and ignored. Tommy Robinson speaks out against the malevolence and intent of Islam while Nigel Farage avoids even saying the word “Islam”.
All Muslims who run for elective office should be asked questions about Sharia. It’s not enough to reject Sharia, we want it condemned and the foundation on which it rests, Allah and Mohammed. [wpvideo yp5LdpPH] They may say that Sharia is just a religious concept or that there are parts of Sharia they don’t practice. However, only part of Sharia is about how to practice Islam. But it is not enough to reject a particular part of Sharia. All of Sharia is based on the Koran and the Sunna of Mohammed. If you reject Sharia you must also reject the underlying Koran and Sunna. We must ask for the person to condemn and abjure the Koran and Sunna that support the rejected Sharia. Take wife beating as an example. Wife beating is part of the Koran (4:34) and the Sunna. We must ask a Muslim not only to reject wife beating, but to condemn and abjure the Koran and Sunna that support the Sharia doctrine. In short, the Koran and the Sunna about wife beating is wrong. The election season is upon us. We must use the race as a golden opportunity to educate the voting public about Sharia and how to reject it. Source by permission from Bill Warner: Sign up for Bill Warner’s newsletter at www.politicalislam.com Buy Bill’s books at: www.politicalislam.com/shop Follow Bill Warner: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/billwarnerau… Twitter: https://twitter.com/PoliticalIslam Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/politicalislam https://vimeo.com/user40284186 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-460569656 [simple-payment id=”926″] [contact-form][contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Comment” type=”textarea” required=”1″ /][/contact-form]]]>
By Elizabeth Howell, Space.com Contributor The Fermi Paradox seeks to answer the question of where the aliens are. Given that our star and Earth are part of a young planetary system compared to the rest of the universe — and that interstellar travel might be fairly easy to achieve — the theory says that Earth should have been visited by aliens already. As the story goes, Italian physicist Enrico Fermi, most famous for creating the first nuclear reactor, came up with the theory with a casual lunchtime remark in 1950. The implications, however, have had extraterrestrial researchers scratching their heads in the decades since. “Fermi realized that any civilization with a modest amount of rocket technology and an immodest amount of imperial incentive could rapidly colonize the entire galaxy,” the Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute in Mountain View, California, said on its website. “Within ten million years, every star system could be brought under the wing of empire. Ten million years may sound long, but in fact it’s quite short compared with the age of the galaxy, which is roughly ten thousand million years. Colonization of the Milky Way should be a quick exercise.” Fermi reportedly made the initial remark, but he died in 1954. Publication fell to other people, such as Michael Hart, who wrote an article titled “An Explanation for the Absence of Extraterrestrials on Earth” in the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) Quarterly Journal in 1975. (Some say this is the first such paper to explore the Fermi paradox, although this claim is a bit hard to prove.) “We observe that no intelligent beings from outer space are now present on Earth,” Hart wrote in the abstract. “It is suggested that this fact can best be explained by the hypothesis that there are no other advanced civilizations in our galaxy.” He noted, however, that more research in biochemistry, planetary formation and atmospheres was needed to better narrow down the answer. While Hart was more of the opinion that we were the only advanced civilization in the galaxy (he argued that in Earth’s history, somebody could have visited us already unless they started their journey less than two million years ago), he outlined four arguments exploring the paradox: 1) Aliens never came because of a physical difficulty “that makes space travel infeasible,” which could be related to astronomy, biology or engineering. 2) Aliens chose never to come to Earth. 3) Advanced civilizations arose too recently for aliens to reach us. 4) Aliens have visited Earth in the past, but we have not observed them. The argument has been challenged on many grounds. “Maybe star travel is not feasible, or maybe nobody chooses to colonize the galaxy, or maybe we were visited long ago and the evidence is buried with the dinosaurs — but the idea has become entrenched in thinking about alien civilizations,” wrote Fermi paradox researcher Robert H. Gray in a 2016 Scientific American blog post. Frank Tipler, a professor of physics at Tulane University, followed up on the argument in 1980 with a paper titled “Extraterrestrial intelligent beings do not exist,” also published in the RAS Quarterly Journal. The bulk of his paper dealt with how to get resources for interstellar travel, which he suggested could be achieved by having some kind of self-replicating artificial intelligence moving from star system to star system and create copies using materials there. Since these beings aren’t on Earth, Tipler argued we are likely the only intelligence out there. He also said that those who believe in extraterrestrial intelligence are similar those who think about UFOs, because both camps believe “we are going to be saved from ourselves by some miraculous interstellar intervention.” Today, the topic of extraterrestrial intelligence is a popular one, with several papers appearing every year from different researchers. It’s also been fueled by the discovery of exoplanets.