New York, Port Authority Bombing

Today is Monday, 11 September 2017.

Earlier this morning a premature detonation of a belt or vest bomb occurred in New York’s Port Authority area.

The only apparent injuries (at least being reported at this time) are the bomber.

The bombing suspect is ID’d as Akayed Ullah, 27.  Officials say. “He had burns and wounds to his body…This male was wearing an improvised low-tech explosive device attached to his body. He intentionally detonated that device.”

So, not so “premature” was it?  Deliberate.  Calculated to do massive damage and murder people.

And, his name says it all.

Islam is a cancer.  It needs to be excised from this country.  Muslims should be out in the streets protesting these murderers, but they aren’t.

There IS NO SUCH THING as a “Moderate Muslim”.  If you say you are, you’re lying.  If you have friends who are “nice, upstanding Muslims” they are trying to fit in, until they grown large enough in numbers to force you to their will.

There is NO MORE compromise with these people.  Shun them.  Turn away from them.  Do not buy from them.  Do not sell them anything.  Remove them from our neighborhoods and send them back to the Hell they call the Middle East.  They do not belong in American Society and can not be trusted, will not assimilate and obviously intend you harm.

Western Society has become too passive, too scared and too cowed by the Left claiming “racism”.  It is done.

We will NOT stand for Islam, we will defeat it.

Islam is doomed.

 

https://nypost.com/2017/12/11/explosion-reported-at-port-authority-bus-terminal/

 

Edit: Obama’s Fault

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Police Arrest Vietnam Veterans at NYC Memorial

http://www.theatlanticwire.com/national/2013/10/police-arrest-vietnam-veterans-nyc-memorial/70276/

 

Brian Feldman 6,236 Views 12:43 AM ET

Veterans of the Vietnam War were arrested earlier tonight at the New York City memorial after staying on the premises past the curfew time of 10 p.m. Police gave multiple warnings as veterans continued to read from a list of names. Video from the event shows that not only veterans were loaded into the paddy wagon, but also younger participants in the vigil as well.

The gathering took place in part to protest the twelfth anniversary of the war in Afghanistan. A similar protest and set of arrests occurred last year at the memorial. In the video embedded below, a veteran tells police that they are there to bring awareness to the “immense atrocities” committed in Vietnam, and that “some of you are so much younger, and history has been denied you, so you just need to know why we are here.”

 

 

Guess who is stealing Second Amendment Signs?

By Perry Chiaramonte

Published September 24, 2013

FoxNews.com
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    Jon Gibson (not pictured) claims that his pro-gun signs have been stolen numerous times and set up a hunter field cam to catch the culprit. He was shocked to find out that it was an officer from the Somers, N.Y. Police Department. (Courtesy of Jon Gibson)

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    In this frame, the officer is clearly seen kicking the sign causing it’s wooden post to snap in half. Officials for the town of Somers claim that he was merely trying to loosen the sign from the ground. (Courtesy of Jon Gibson)

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    Somer town officials tell FoxNews.com that the sign was removed because it was on public property and therefore a code violation. Gibson maintains that the sign was on his property and is currently obtaining a new land survey to be certain. (Courtesy of Joe Gibson)

A New York man, frustrated when his pro-Second Amendment sign kept disappearing, was surprised when the hidden camera he set up revealed the culprit to be a local cop.

Jon Gibson, of rural Lake Lincolndale, about 50 miles north of New York City, told FoxNews.com he set up a hunting field camera near the sign, which reads “Protect the Second Amendment,” and features the silhouette of an assault rifle, after two mysteriously vanished. A third sign disappeared before the camera finally captured the sign stealer — a police officer from the nearby Somers Police Department.

“It was pure shock to see,” Gibson said to FoxNews.com about first seeing the video recorded on Monday. “He had a huge smile on his face as he’s kicking down the sign.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/09/25/hidden-camera-catches-culprit-taking-man-second-amendment-sign/

 

Recall Colorado: SUCCESS

Last night a crime was somewhat reversed.  The Crime?  Electing lying Progressives John Morse and Angela Giron to be state reps – who then pushed, after taking thousands of bribe dollars from New York’s Mayor Bloomberg the most oppressive gun laws ever to come to the state of Colorado.

These maggots were soundly defeated in a recall election and removed from office.  Congratulations Colorado.

Now, let’s reverse the law itself and throw it out.

When elections come around this year, it’s time to remove the lying Progressive, John Hickenlooper as well.

John Morris said in an interview last evening during his concession speech (which rightly should be called his firing speech) that he was shocked and “this is no way to govern!”.
No, Mr. Morse, it’s PRECISELY THE WAY TO GOVERN.  When you go against the wishes of the people of the state and go around them to pass laws that are directly against the Constitution it’s time for you to go.  In older times, you’d have been hanged.  You got off lucky this time.

New York and U.S. Open Investigations Into Bitcoins

By NATHANIEL POPPER
Benjamin M. Lawsky of New York sent subpoenas to 22 companies that have had some links to bitcoin.Michael Appleton for The New York TimesBenjamin M. Lawsky of New York sent subpoenas to 22 companies that have had some links to bitcoin.

Updated, 8:55 p.m. | State and federal officials are starting broad investigations into shortcomings in the oversight of upstart virtual currencies like bitcoin.

The Senate’s committee on homeland security sent a letter this week to the major financial regulators and law enforcement agencies asking about the “threats and risks related to virtual currency.” These currencies, whose popularity has grown in recent years, are often used in online transactions that are not monitored by traditional financial institutions.

“This is something that is clearly not going away, and it demands a whole government response,” said a person involved in the Senate committee’s investigation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the inquiry is continuing.

The Senate letter went out the same day that New York’s top financial regulator, Benjamin M. Lawsky, sent subpoenas to 22 companies that have had some involvement with bitcoin, according to a person briefed on the investigation.

Previously, there have been isolated efforts to crack down on those who took advantage of virtual currencies. But the two investigations made public this week appear to be the most wide-ranging government efforts to exert more coordinated control over what has been a largely faceless and borderless phenomenon.

Bitcoin, the most well-known digital currency, was started by anonymous Japanese computer programmers in 2009 and was intended to serve as an alternative to national currencies. Only a limited number of bitcoins can be created. And an online community has bid up the price of individual bitcoins, which are stored digitally on a decentralized network of computers. On Tuesday, a bitcoin was being sold for about $108 online.

Lawmakers are worried that bitcoin and other alternative forms of money can be used to evade taxes, defraud investors and assist trade in illegal products like drugs and pornography.

Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission accused a Texas man of profiting from a bitcoin Ponzi scheme on the same day it issued a broader warning about the dangers of similar frauds. Earlier this year, the operators of another virtual currency, Liberty Reserve, were accused of running a $6 billion money-laundering ring.

The Senate committee began looking into virtual currency a few months ago, formally interviewing several regulators and industry participants. The committee recently stepped up its efforts because staff members had heard “real concern” from law enforcement officials, and because it became clear that regulators did not have enough information about the technology, according to the person involved in the investigation.

http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/08/13/officials-broaden-inquiries-into-oversight-of-bitcoin-and-other-currencies/?_r=0