Saturday, November 21, 2015

What is Daesh’s endgoal?

by Non-Zionist Anglo Observer

The Saker’s excellent analysis on the position in Syria ‘after Paris’ poses several possibilities as to why Daesh appears to have a death wish, but frankly confesses to finding none of them satisfactory.

Under such circumstances, it is usually the best policy to eschew inherently unprovable conspiracy theories  (particularly since unrealistic ones do us all a grave disservice by potentially leading people to reject our points about the actually barely concealed and very real ‘conspiracy’ of the Anglo-Zionists and their allies to use Wahhabi terrorists as a weapon of foreign policy).

Better, I would suggest, to reach for the simple razor this predictive text stubbornly refuses me to allow to name!

USA SitRep November 21 by Auslander

SitRep, Auslander goes behind enemy lines

I have just returned from a trip to USA. It matters not why I had to go, it simply suffices to say it was not my choice and it will in all probability be my last journey west baring an emergency that requires my presence. I am getting old and such long journeys are pretty hard in regards to the time and strain of so many hours in flight.

Some Kogi Governorship Election Result 2015

Result from Todays Kogi State Governorship Election have started coming in

Pu 001, Oshobane ward, Ogori Magongo LGA. PDP- 24, APC -22, PPA - 2 ACD - 1.

PU 029, Zariagi ward, Adavi LGA. APC - 12, PDP -5, LP - 30, DPP - 1, Invalid - 1, Total - 49.

CNN Reporter Suspended for Sympathetic Tweet About Syrian Refugees

CNN journalist Elise Labott has been suspended by the network for two weeks for tweeting a message of disappointment on Thursday after US lawmakers passed a bill that would restrict the influx of Syrian refugees.

Labott, global affairs correspondent for CNN, tweeted "House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Statue of Liberty bows head in anguish" along with a link to CNN's story on the piece, which Labott did not write.

Busted! China Uncovers $64 Billion 'Underground Bank'

Chinese authorities have unearthed an illegal banking operation which dealt with billions of dollars of foreign-exchange transactions.

As part of a crackdown on corruption, China has uncovered the largest "underground bank" in the country. Over 370 individuals involved in the scheme have been arrested, according to the People’s Daily, for handling 400 billion yuan ($64 billion) in illegal foreign-exchange transactions.

A man walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan, U.S. dollar and Euro exchange services at foreign exchange store in Hong Kong, China, August 13, 2015

Audu’s display of vote wrong – Situation Room

Simon Ejembi

The decision of the All Progressives Candidate governorship candidate in the ongoing governorship election in Kogi State, Abubakar Audu, to openly display his ballot paper after thumb-printing is wrong, according to a election monitoring group, the Situation Room.

The Situation Room is a platform of civil society organisations working on elections, good governance and other issues in Nigeria.

Deadly suicide attack rocks northern Cameroon

At least 10 people have been killed in a suicide attack near the Nigerian border in Cameroon’s Far North region, security sources have said. Dozens more were wounded in Saturday’s bombing in the village of Nigue, a suburb of Fotokol town, in an attack carried out by suspected members of Nigeria’s armed group, Boko Haram. “The initial figures speak of 10 dead including the suicide bombers and around a dozen wounded,” a senior Cameroonian army commander told the Reuters news agency. Local online publication L’Oeil du Sahel said that at least four suicide bombers were involved in the attack. The newspaper gave a different death toll, saying nine people, including five civilians, died in the incident.

Buhari condoles Putin, Obama, others over Mali’s hotel attack

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday condemned the Friday’s terrorist attack on a hotel in Bamako, Mali.

In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, the President assured  President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and the people of Mali of the full support and solidarity of the Federal Government and people of Nigeria as they mourn those who lost their lives in the attack and strive to bring the surviving perpetrators to justice.

#KogiDecides: Hoodlums Attack Voters In Ajetachi Community

Reports just reaching us indicate that yet to be identified hoodlums in Ajetachi in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi state have gone on the rampage.

Vanguard reports that the hoodlums whom were chanting war songs attacked voters and vandalised the ruling party Peoples Democratic Party campaign office in the area.  It was gathered that military personnel were swiftly dispatched to the town to restore peace and order in the area.

Quote of the day - by Elder Chris Eluemunoh

Anybody who is aggrieved of anything should resort to
dialogue and channel it appropriately. “Nigeria is our
s, We believe in one Nigeria. Ndigbo has contributed a lot in this country and we cannot afford to put the lives of millions of Nigerians into jeopardy.
No sane Igbo man should pray to see what we saw in the civil war.
End Of Quote.
Elder Chris Eluemunoh.

Ohaneze Disowns Biafra Agitators, Says Biafra Died In 1970

The apex lgbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohaneze Ndigbo, on Friday warned youths in the South-East and the South South to stop their agitation for Biafra. According to the group, any plan of secession will not work this time. Chairman, forum of state presidents of Ohaneze in the seven Igbo speaking states, Elder Chris Eluemunoh, told the region to give President Muhammadu Buhari the needed support to perform, saying Ohaneze will never back agitation of Biafra.