Alan Henning killed by IS or

Alan Hemming Killed by IS #JSIL

The #JSIL idea was created by Alternet’s Senior Writer, Max Blumenthal, and the concept expanded upon by the independent journalist Rania Khalek
Picture courtesy of & Via @ninjaaachinchin on twitter

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#JSIL: Activists come up with new ISIS-inspired name for Israel
Activists Start Calling Israel #JSIL -the Jewish State of Israel in the Levant

 

 

For 15 pictures on the timeline of “Emergence of IS” and quote. SOURCE: Independent

Imams and other influential figures had joined forces to appeal to the terrorists to release the aid worker, a former taxi driver from Salford who left his job to travel to Syria to take help to victims of its civil war.

Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: “This reported murder is a despicable and offensive act, coming as it does on the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid Al-Adha.

“It is quite clear that the murderers of Alan Henning have no regard for Islam, or for the Muslims around the world who pleaded for his life.

“Alan was a friend of Muslims, and he will be mourned by Muslims.

, Middle East Correspondent writes in Telegraph

What Alan Henning beheading video tells us about Islamic State

In one sense, Isil’s latest beheading video represents just more of the terrible same: another victim in an orange jumpsuit, the same black-clothed, black-masked executioner with a London accent, the same grotesque conclusion.

As with the three men before him, Alan Henning is forced to address the camera, then there is an aggressive speech by “Jihadi John”, or however we want to term him, and then again the next victim is paraded before us.

This video raises more questions than it answers, though, for those curious about the jihadis’ motivation.

It is much shorter, at just over a minute. It feels rushed. The speeches are not lengthy: Mr Henning just says enough to link what is about to happen to him to the vote in the House of Commons approving the bombing of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant positions in Iraq on September 26.

The jihadi’s angry threats to “Obama” are in the same style, but equally short. Only two things are given the same attention as in previous videos: the lead-in, which is always taken from western news clip, this time reporting the vote to go to war by the House of Commons last Friday, and the close-up of the body.

#IsraelAtrocity “does not target civilians” Come again! Mustwatch Video

When I lived in Ramallah between 1994-1998, the era of the so-called peace process, I witnessed perhaps 30 clashes between young Palestinians and Israeli soldiers to very consciously document and photograph what transpired. I was sick to my stomach with reading media reports by foreign correspondents that characterized these events along the lines of:

Israeli soldiers and Palestinians clashed today on the outskirts of Ramallah. Two Palestinians were killed and four injured.

What was problematic about these reports was the utter lack of contextual information that let you know how a stone-throwing protest routinely ended up with dead Palestinian teenagers and children.

Bar the five days of the September 1996 Clashes, which saw an escalation from stones to guns after 5 Palestinians were shot dead at the beginning of the first day, none of the Palestinians at these 30 clashes were armed with anything other than stones and the very occasional Molotov cocktail. It was simpler in those days, unlike the speedy militarization of the Second Intifada, courtesy of Arafat’s Fatah movement. With the guns on only one side, the chilling context of power disparity was out there in plain sight.

Of the several Palestinians who I saw shot dead at these 30 clashes, not a single one of them was killed within any range that they could have hit an Israeli soldier with a stone. In the single clash where I witnessed an Israeli soldier grazed by a stone, the killing that took place happened much later. At no time was there any life-threatening situation that required these soldiers to behave any differently than riot police would behave in a more civilized country.

SOURCE

#HeForShe Emma Watson @ UN + transcript of speech

UNITED NATIONS – “It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals. We should stop defining each other by what we are not, and start defining ourselves by who we are.”

British actress Emma Watson made this call as she launched a United Nations campaign for men and boys worldwide to join the movement for gender equality. (WATCH the full video here.)

The UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador was at the UN Headquarters in New York on Saturday, September 20, to deliver a strong and personal message on equality, gender roles, and feminism.

“I want men to take up this mantle so their daughters, sisters and mothers can be free from prejudice but also so their sons have permission to be vulnerable and human, too and in doing so, be a more true and complete version of themselves,” Watson said.

The UN Women campaign called “HeForShe” aims to mobilize one billion men and boys as advocates of change in ending inequalities that women and girls face globally.

In the speech that earned her a standing ovation, Watson stressed the importance of men’s involvement in promoting women’s rights.

“How can we effect change in the world when only half of it is invited to participate in the conversation? Men, I would like to take this opportunity to extend your formal invitation. Gender equality is your issue, too.”

“I’ve seen my father’s role as a parent being valued less by society. I’ve seen young men suffering from illness, unable to ask for help for fear it will make them less of a man …. I’ve seen men fragile and insecure by a distorted sense of what constitutes male success. Men don’t have the benefits of equality, either. We don’t often talk about men being imprisoned by gender stereotypes but I can see that they are.”

Watson said liberating men from stereotypes ultimately benefits women.

“When they are free, things will change for women as a natural consequence. If men don’t have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women won’t feel compelled to be submissive. If men don’t need to control, women won’t have to be controlled. Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong,” she said.

The actress famously known for her role as Hermione in the Harry Potter series poked fun at being in the UN but turned serious about her advocacy.

“You might think: who is this Harry Potter girl? What is she doing at the UN? I’ve been asking myself the same thing. All I know is that I care about this problem and I want to make this better. And having seen what I’ve seen and given the chance, I feel it is my responsibility to say something.”

‘Feminism is not man-hating’

Watson spoke at length about her personal experience as a feminist, and how society views the concept. The 24-year-old actress took on her role as UN Women ambassador 6 months ago. Earlier this month, she visited Uruguay to learn about women’s political participation there.

 

 

Here is a transcript of Watson’s speech: [SOURCE]

Today we are launching a campaign HeForShe. I am reaching out to you because we need your help. We must try to mobilize as many men and boys as possible to be advocates for change. We don’t just want to talk about it. We want to try and make sure it’s tangible. I was appointed as Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women 6 months ago.

The more I spoke about feminism, the more I realized that fighting for women’s rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating. If there is one thing I know for certain is that this has to stop. For the record, feminism by definition is the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. It is the theory of political, economic and social equality of the sexes.

When I was 8, I was called bossy because I wanted to direct a play we would put on for our parents. When at 14, I started to be sexualized by certain elements of the media. At 15, my girlfriends started dropping out of sports teams because they didn’t want to appear masculine. At 18, my male friends were unable to express their feelings.

I decided that I was a feminist. This seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word. Women are choosing not to identify as feminists. Apparently, [women’s expression is] seen as too strong, too aggressive, isolating, and anti-men, unattractive even.

Why has the word become such an uncomfortable one? I think it is right I am paid the same as my male counterparts. I think it is right that I should be able to make decisions about my own body. I think it is right that women be involved on my behalf in the policies and decisions that will affect my life. I think it is right that socially, I am afforded the same respect as men.

But sadly, I can say that there is no one country in the world where all women can expect to see these rights. No country in the world can yet say that they achieved gender equality. These rights are considered to be human rights but I am one of the lucky ones.

My life is a sheer privilege because my parents didn’t love me less because I was born a daughter. My school did not limit me because I was a girl. My mentors didn’t assume that I would go less far because I might give birth to a child one day. These influences are the gender equality ambassadors that made me who I am today. They may not know it but they are the inadvertent feminists needed in the world today. We need more of those.

If you still hate the word, it is not the word that is important. It is the idea and the ambition behind it because not all women have received the same rights I have. In fact, statistically, very few have.

In 1997, Hillary Clinton made a famous speech in Beijing about women’s rights. Sadly, many of the things that she wanted to change are still true today. What struck me the most was that less than 30% of the audience were male. How can we effect change in the world when only half of it is invited or being welcomed to participate in the conversation?

Men, I would like to give this opportunity to extend your formal invitation. Gender equality is your issue, too. Because to date, I’ve seen my father’s role as a parent being valued less by society. I’ve seen young men suffering from mental illness, unable to ask for help for fear it would make them less of a man. In fact, in the UK, suicide is the biggest killer of men between 20 to 49, eclipsing road accidents, cancer and heart disease. I’ve seen men fragile and insecure by what constitutes male success. Men don’t have the benefits of equality, either.

We don’t often talk about men being imprisoned by gender stereotypes but I can see that they are. When they are free, things will change for women as a natural consequence. If men don’t have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women won’t feel compelled to be submissive. If men don’t have to control, women won’t have to be controlled.

Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong. It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals. We should stop defining each other by what we are not and start defining ourselves by who we are. We can all be freer and this is what HeForShe is about. It’s about freedom. I want men to take up this mantle so that their daughters, sisters and mothers can be free from prejudice but also so that their sons have permission to be vulnerable and human too, reclaim parts of themselves they abandoned and in doing so, be a more true and complete version of themselves.

You might think: who is this Harry Potter girl? What is she doing at the UN? I’ve been asking myself the same thing. All I know is that I care about this problem and I want to make it better. And having seen what I’ve seen and given the chance, I feel it is my responsibility to say something. Statesman Edmund Burke said all that is need for the forces of evil to triumph is for good men and women to do nothing.

In my nervousness for this speech and in my moments of doubt, I told myself firmly: if not me, who? If not now, when? If you cast doubts when opportunity is presented to you, I hope those words will be helpful. Because the reality is if we do nothing, it will take 75 years or maybe 100 before women can expect to be paid the same as men for the same work. 15.5 million girls will be married in the next 16 years as children. And at current rates, it won’t be until 2086 before all rural African girls can have a secondary education.

If you believe in equality, you might be one of the inadvertent feminists I spoke of earlier and for this I appraud you. We must strive for a united world but the good news is we have a platform. It is called HeForShe. I invite you to step forward, to be seen and I ask yourself: if not me, who? If not now, when? Thank you.

Gender based violence #femicide. Protector and perpetrator – A male preserve

Reeva SteenkampLet REEVA STEENKAMP’S name never be forgotten, because she was a stalwart spokesperson for Women’s rights and VAW (Violence Against Women)

Femicide is the ultimate form of violence against women and girls and takes multiple forms. Its many causes are rooted in the historically unequal power relations between men and women and in systemic gender – based discrimination.  For a case to be considered femicide there must be an implied intention to carry out the murder and a demonstrated connection between the crime and the female gender of the victim.

So far, data on femicide have been highly unreliable and the estimated numbers of women who have been victims of femicides vary accordingly.
Femicides take place in every country of the world. The greatest concern related to femicide is that these murders continue to be accepted, tolerated or justified – with impunity as the norm. To end femicide we need to end impunity, bring perpetrators to justice, and every individual has to change his/her attitude towards women [SOURCE is a long PDF but #mustread]

 

Gender-based violence against women is a global phenomenon with appalling incidence everywhere. In 2013 WHO, along with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Medical Research Council, analysed existing data from 80 countries and found that an alarming 35% of women experienced gender-based violence. 30% of women experienced physical and/or sexual violence at the hands of their partner and 38% of murders of women were committed by intimate partners. These statistics do not take account of unreported incidence, nor of the damaging non-physical or non-sexual violence which many women experience [SOURCE]

 

Obama #IHave ADrone has to be an alien. I mean from outer space, not Mexico

This nice chap I looked up to here & here and brought up in two major religions of Islam and Christianity, just spouts nonsense!

Obama quotes - no religion

Statement by the President on ISIL

State Floor

9:01 P.M. EDT

My fellow Americans, tonight I want to speak to you about what the United States will do with our friends and allies to degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as ISIL.

As Commander-in-Chief, my highest priority is the security of the American people. Over the last several years, we have consistently taken the fight to terrorists who threaten our country. We took out Osama bin Laden and much of al Qaeda’s leadership in Afghanistan and Pakistan. We’ve targeted al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen, and recently eliminated the top commander of its affiliate in Somalia. We’ve done so while bringing more than 140,000 American troops home from Iraq, and drawing down our forces in Afghanistan, where our combat mission will end later this year. Thanks to our military and counterterrorism professionals, America is safer.

Still, we continue to face a terrorist threat. We can’t erase every trace of evil from the world, and small groups of killers have the capacity to do great harm. That was the case before 9/11, and that remains true today. And that’s why we must remain vigilant as threats emerge. At this moment, the greatest threats come from the Middle East and North Africa, where radical groups exploit grievances for their own gain. And one of those groups is ISIL — which calls itself the “Islamic State.”

Now let’s make two things clear: ISIL is not “Islamic.” No religion condones the killing of innocents. And the vast majority of ISIL’s victims have been Muslim. And ISIL is certainly not a state. It was formerly al Qaeda’s affiliate in Iraq, and has taken advantage of sectarian strife and Syria’s civil war to gain territory on both sides of the Iraq-Syrian border. It is recognized by no government, nor by the people it subjugates. ISIL is a terrorist organization, pure and simple. And it has no vision other than the slaughter of all who stand in its way.

In a region that has known so much bloodshed, these terrorists are unique in their brutality. They execute captured prisoners. They kill children. They enslave, rape, and force women into marriage. They threatened a religious minority with genocide. And in acts of barbarism, they took the lives of two American journalists — Jim Foley and Steven Sotloff.

So ISIL poses a threat to the people of Iraq and Syria, and the broader Middle East — including American citizens, personnel and facilities. If left unchecked, these terrorists could pose a growing threat beyond that region, including to the United States. While we have not yet detected specific plotting against our homeland, ISIL leaders have threatened America and our allies. Our Intelligence Community believes that thousands of foreigners -– including Europeans and some Americans –- have joined them in Syria and Iraq. Trained and battle-hardened, these fighters could try to return to their home countries and carry out deadly attacks.

I know many Americans are concerned about these threats. Tonight, I want you to know that the United States of America is meeting them with strength and resolve. Last month, I ordered our military to take targeted action against ISIL to stop its advances. Since then, we’ve conducted more than 150 successful airstrikes in Iraq. These strikes have protected American personnel and facilities, killed ISIL fighters, destroyed weapons, and given space for Iraqi and Kurdish forces to reclaim key territory. These strikes have also helped save the lives of thousands of innocent men, women and children.

But this is not our fight alone. American power can make a decisive difference, but we cannot do for Iraqis what they must do for themselves, nor can we take the place of Arab partners in securing their region. And that’s why I’ve insisted that additional U.S. action depended upon Iraqis forming an inclusive government, which they have now done in recent days. So tonight, with a new Iraqi government in place, and following consultations with allies abroad and Congress at home, I can announce that America will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat.

Our objective is clear: We will degrade, and ultimately destroy, ISIL through a comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy.

First, we will conduct a systematic campaign of airstrikes against these terrorists. Working with the Iraqi government, we will expand our efforts beyond protecting our own people and humanitarian missions, so that we’re hitting ISIL targets as Iraqi forces go on offense. Moreover, I have made it clear that we will hunt down terrorists who threaten our country, wherever they are. That means I will not hesitate to take action against ISIL in Syria, as well as Iraq. This is a core principle of my presidency: If you threaten America, you will find no safe haven.

Second, we will increase our support to forces fighting these terrorists on the ground. In June, I deployed several hundred American servicemembers to Iraq to assess how we can best support Iraqi security forces. Now that those teams have completed their work –- and Iraq has formed a government –- we will send an additional 475 servicemembers to Iraq. As I have said before, these American forces will not have a combat mission –- we will not get dragged into another ground war in Iraq. But they are needed to support Iraqi and Kurdish forces with training, intelligence and equipment. We’ll also support Iraq’s efforts to stand up National Guard Units to help Sunni communities secure their own freedom from ISIL’s control.

Across the border, in Syria, we have ramped up our military assistance to the Syrian opposition. Tonight, I call on Congress again to give us additional authorities and resources to train and equip these fighters. In the fight against ISIL, we cannot rely on an Assad regime that terrorizes its own people — a regime that will never regain the legitimacy it has lost. Instead, we must strengthen the opposition as the best counterweight to extremists like ISIL, while pursuing the political solution necessary to solve Syria’s crisis once and for all.

Third, we will continue to draw on our substantial counterterrorism capabilities to prevent ISIL attacks. Working with our partners, we will redouble our efforts to cut off its funding; improve our intelligence; strengthen our defenses; counter its warped ideology; and stem the flow of foreign fighters into and out of the Middle East. And in two weeks, I will chair a meeting of the U.N. Security Council to further mobilize the international community around this effort.

Fourth, we will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to innocent civilians who have been displaced by this terrorist organization. This includes Sunni and Shia Muslims who are at grave risk, as well as tens of thousands of Christians and other religious minorities. We cannot allow these communities to be driven from their ancient homelands.

So this is our strategy. And in each of these four parts of our strategy, America will be joined by a broad coalition of partners. Already, allies are flying planes with us over Iraq; sending arms and assistance to Iraqi security forces and the Syrian opposition; sharing intelligence; and providing billions of dollars in humanitarian aid. Secretary Kerry was in Iraq today meeting with the new government and supporting their efforts to promote unity. And in the coming days he will travel across the Middle East and Europe to enlist more partners in this fight, especially Arab nations who can help mobilize Sunni communities in Iraq and Syria, to drive these terrorists from their lands. This is American leadership at its best: We stand with people who fight for their own freedom, and we rally other nations on behalf of our common security and common humanity.

My administration has also secured bipartisan support for this approach here at home. I have the authority to address the threat from ISIL, but I believe we are strongest as a nation when the President and Congress work together. So I welcome congressional support for this effort in order to show the world that Americans are united in confronting this danger.

Now, it will take time to eradicate a cancer like ISIL. And any time we take military action, there are risks involved –- especially to the servicemen and women who carry out these missions. But I want the American people to understand how this effort will be different from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It will not involve American combat troops fighting on foreign soil. This counterterrorism campaign will be waged through a steady, relentless effort to take out ISIL wherever they exist, using our air power and our support for partner forces on the ground. This strategy of taking out terrorists who threaten us, while supporting partners on the front lines, is one that we have successfully pursued in Yemen and Somalia for years. And it is consistent with the approach I outlined earlier this year: to use force against anyone who threatens America’s core interests, but to mobilize partners wherever possible to address broader challenges to international order.

My fellow Americans, we live in a time of great change. Tomorrow marks 13 years since our country was attacked. Next week marks six years since our economy suffered its worst setback since the Great Depression. Yet despite these shocks, through the pain we have felt and the grueling work required to bounce back, America is better positioned today to seize the future than any other nation on Earth.

Our technology companies and universities are unmatched. Our manufacturing and auto industries are thriving. Energy independence is closer than it’s been in decades. For all the work that remains, our businesses are in the longest uninterrupted stretch of job creation in our history. Despite all the divisions and discord within our democracy, I see the grit and determination and common goodness of the American people every single day –- and that makes me more confident than ever about our country’s future.

Abroad, American leadership is the one constant in an uncertain world. It is America that has the capacity and the will to mobilize the world against terrorists. It is America that has rallied the world against Russian aggression, and in support of the Ukrainian peoples’ right to determine their own destiny. It is America –- our scientists, our doctors, our know-how –- that can help contain and cure the outbreak of Ebola. It is America that helped remove and destroy Syria’s declared chemical weapons so that they can’t pose a threat to the Syrian people or the world again. And it is America that is helping Muslim communities around the world not just in the fight against terrorism, but in the fight for opportunity, and tolerance, and a more hopeful future.

America, our endless blessings bestow an enduring burden. But as Americans, we welcome our responsibility to lead. From Europe to Asia, from the far reaches of Africa to war-torn capitals of the Middle East, we stand for freedom, for justice, for dignity. These are values that have guided our nation since its founding.

Tonight, I ask for your support in carrying that leadership forward. I do so as a Commander-in-Chief who could not be prouder of our men and women in uniform –- pilots who bravely fly in the face of danger above the Middle East, and servicemembers who support our partners on the ground.

When we helped prevent the massacre of civilians trapped on a distant mountain, here’s what one of them said: “We owe our American friends our lives. Our children will always remember that there was someone who felt our struggle and made a long journey to protect innocent people.”

That is the difference we make in the world. And our own safety, our own security, depends upon our willingness to do what it takes to defend this nation and uphold the values that we stand for –- timeless ideals that will endure long after those who offer only hate and destruction have been vanquished from the Earth.

May God bless our troops, and may God bless the United States of America.

#indyref Wee Blue Book Narrated – Scotland’s Referendum 2014

I am proud to have just made the last speech in the last debate in the Scottish Parliament’s chamber before our historic referendum.

But the overwhelming sense of Scotland as she stands now is how much of this debate is not in the chamber, or amongst political parties, or activists or the “usual suspects”.

The overwhelming sense I have – having been across Scotland – is how engaged in the arguments and debates so many of our fellow citizens are.

And – contrary to the wilder reports in the media – how well informed, reasonable and civilised this debate is. I am also extremely proud of that, and of our country.

But today I have taken the last opportunity to emphasise the key points in favour of independence to my parliamentary colleagues.

In essence this whole debate can be boiled down to a simple question of “who decides?”. To borrow the words of Canon Kenyon Wright as reported in the Scotsman: “Where should the final word over Scotland be – in Westminster or in Scotland?

Take the NHS.

Of course the management of the NHS is fully devolved to Scotland. That has allowed us to avoid the privatisation and constant reorganisation of management of the NHS that UK Governments have pursued in England.

Instead the NHS in Scotland has been run in line with priorities of the people of Scotland and the needs of a nation of 5 million people.

That demonstrates the advantages of self-government. Of making decisions in Scotland for Scotland in accordance with Scottish needs and wishes.

But we do not control our resources. We hand our money to the Treasury. And it decides how much we have to fund our NHS and our other public services – we have no say.

That is why protecting the NHS as a fundamental reason for independence. So that cuts from Westminster don’t damage our NHS and instead we have the opportunity to decide for ourselves the resources we give to the NHS and other public services.

As for health so for welfare. We are currently in the ludicrous position of having to use our limited block grant to mitigate the effects of the ‘Bedroom Tax’ and other UK welfare reforms.

Who decides? The DWP. The Treasury. We are left trying repair the damage these decisions wreak in our communities.

It would clearly, unanswerably be better for us to make decisions about welfare here in Scotland in the first place and to control our resources. That would give us the opportunity to shape the welfare system we want and need.

As for welfare so for our economy.

Again it would clearly, unanswerably be better for us to have the opportunities of control of our own resources to plan and invest in our economy in line with our national priorities and strengths. Not to rely on the Secretary of State for Scotland winning a bureaucratic battle within Whitehall to secure back some of our own money.

And as for the economy so for immigration, or retaining our taxes to invest in childcare, or our representation in EU farming negotiations.

In all these areas we are currently dependent on decisions made elsewhere. With independence we will have opportunities: to reinvest in transformational childcare; to encourage talented migrants to say here and to provide opportunities for Scottish young people to remain; to argue Scotland’s case directly in Brussels.

And let’s be clear that none – not one – of the proposals for further devolution from the other parties will improve this position.

They show no ambition, no sense of the powers the people of Scotland want for us here.

They do not provide the opportunities we need to grow our economy or preserve our welfare system.

We believe in independence – that decisions about Scotland should be made in Scotland – for two simple reasons.

First, that is right and democratically proper. Second, no one is better placed to take advantage of the opportunities for our country.

We do not – and never have – claim that we will get every decision right, or that independence is a magic wand. But we have the talent, the resources, and the incentive to do a better job than anyone else.

Before the final weeks of this historic campaign, let me end on a note of consensus.

I believe that we can confidently expect three things after a vote for independence.

First, that this Parliament will come together to argue the case for the interests of Scotland. We might not agree on every detail of the best settlement for our country, but we will work together as we take this next step on our national journey.

Second, that the negotiations between Scotland, the rest of the UK – and others such as the EU – will be timely and constructive leading to two friendly and viable states.

A moment’s thought tells us that this is in the interests of all concerned. Both governments will want to help citizens and businesses across the UK navigate the path to a new constitutional future as easily as possible.

Third, that an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK will be the closest of friends and neighbours. Once the rhetoric of the campaign has faded the enduring bonds of family, history, geography and common interest will remain. As nations and individuals we will be as close as we are today.

The next time we meet in Parliament, Scotland will have taken its historic decision. When we return I am sure we will all work together for the good of our country – whatever the outcome.

And I am convinced the opportunities of independence will win the day and Scotland will be on its journey to independence.

I don’t know who the fk you are, Mikael. But you talk shit in style re: #Gaza

A comment I did not approve on

BOMBING HOME IN GAZA WAS AN ERROR” CLAIMS ISRAEL

 by mikael 21m
without (sic) corrections. Let the dying speak their piece in their own convoluted terms

I will live some final coments on this regading religion, and then the monoestic ones, from the growth of the Hebrew/Islamic and the Christians, whom all have the same fundament, anyone denying this is deliberatingly lying or doenst know.
Period.

The god is the same, and there is only democraphic and cuntrually inputt that have lead the followers of all this religions astray, into arious sects, witch have all corrupted the original issue, and cause of religion.
I could talk about God, and what I know, but this will be so far out for you, its a waist of time.
I could and have alrerady given you the path.
Others have done the same.
Muhammed(pbwh) as the Palestinian elomite, named yeshua Ben Youseph gave, in his native language, and early brach of Semittic language, and witch is slowly dying, Arameic.
The Hebrews is a Palestinian born people, native to the lands, but isnt and haent been the “jewish” people the present bollocs is about. The followers of the Torah, is the first ones, and have had their senters around the citys in the Levante, as a Religion among others, that is far older then theirs religion.
And so on I dont bother to repeat my self, but the Zoroastians is far older, but the Monastic ones, is originaly the egyptians religion is the birth place of them all, as the teaching is from the prophets of old, and this is ONLY in regad of the religions from the Levante, there are religions that predates them all, and religions and ractisings the predates them all.
There are persetions of reality and consciousness that predates them all.

I have gone the full mounty and back.
What you DONT know, is that this isnt about religion, no. no, this present one is all about Controll and Greed(usury), the birth of the Vatican, is a millenium old entety still alive because of controll.
A selfimposed entety of parasitts, feeding on humanity, by their controll.

I have shown and writen about the path.
And nobody ls listening.
I have given you, the power of love and compasion, witch is true.
In terms you havent the slitest clue about, because you stil think this is about religion, it isnt.
The truth is, reality is something I havent read about anyone have been even close to be into.
You do infact know nothing, of neither God/Allah/Yehova at all.
You havent even bothered to pay atention to what their emisaryes to this reality have teached you.
You havent even bothered to practise it att all.
You drown your self in a wast array of selfimposed drivel and downright lies about Our capasity as Consious entetys of divine powers.
There isnt a thread of violence in any of this ancient teachings, they do know as I do, live is seacret, life is God, God IS life.
They have given you all you need.
they have teached all you need.
You are light, manifested as matter, by your own consciousness.
And never ever forgett this, you/we/I arent alone, we inermingle in all levels, the sad truth is that you have lost it milleniums ago, and have steadily degenerated to meer beats.
Dead meat without consciousness.
You reap what you saw, is the rule of thumbs in the reamls I know of, in all aspects, and the consequences of them whether you know about it or not.
I may sound conservative, I am.

Wake up or die sleeping.
The Arab people, from with the present religions came from, have lost it all.
The Teachings of Muhammed(pbwh) have been degenerated, and the light is gone out.
Only darkness is growing.
My praisers goes to everyone that lives in this barbaric times, and every child killed is a slow and incemental los to humanity at large.
YOU ARE KILLING the love and our GODs manifestation of His splendure to be granted stay in this Paradise, and YOU kill IT.
IN them all, THIS is the greates sin YOU can possible do.

The second warning is this.
There will be NO saviour.
There will not come a divine intervention from anywhere.
The fact is that they await, if anything.
The judgment isnt theirs to do, is done solely by us.

Do we as Humans have the selfesteem and self disiplin to rise our consiousness, to a level where we start to fight for us all, for the love of Humanity and our reality.
The day comes when the truth will be seen, do WE as Humans have what it takes to do it.
Are we at all wurthy to be saved, or are we just drowning our self in this barbaric world, where materialism and greed is becomed the “truth”.
DO we have it.

I cant do jack shitt, but WE can do everything.

I know that the Creatore gives mercy to them all, with no exeptions what so ever.
I can ony pray our Creatore will grant us this.
With I dont know anything of.
I have been released, and have payed my duce.

Ligth never dies, and love is the Only sorce that fuels it.
Be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.
Love life, respect everything, thread lightly and you can die in peace.

peace

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