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Facebook: 17.04.20: Covid-19 madness has to stop

All these "rules" that you are imposing are not real laws. They are dictatorial edicts. Unless they are subject to parliamentary scrutiny and review, they have zero validity. Therefore, we are under no moral obligation to abide by them. 

Ultimately, this exercise has nothing to do with health. It's all about atomizing society and creating a new management structure for the world - one based on fear, hysteria, censorship and constant surveillance.

We now have a lot of evidence that the COVID-19 mortality figures are being inflated, so that when the toxic vaccine becomes available - and is combined, at some stage, with a nanochip delivery system - the ignorant and panic-stricken masses will rush to get it.

Well, I won't be one of them. I applaud those brave people - in India, Germany, the United States, and other countries - who are now going out into the streets and defying the "social-distancing" rules and closures of businesses.

This madness has to stop.  

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Facebook: 12.04.20: Was Tarrant a Muslim?

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I see no reason to believe anything that Al Noor imam Gamal Fouda says. I say that as someone who knows him - I was once a member of his congregation - and who has studied the "Christchurch shootings" in considerable detail.

First, Fouda is clearly lying when he says he crouched in the minbar (pulpit) and observed the alleged shooting through "a hole in the wood". There's no peephole in the minbar - unless Fouda has since made one! But even if there had been one, he wouldn't have been able to see much through it as it would have given him a very limited field of vision.

I might add that the so-called live stream does not appear to show anyone in the minbar. I took a screenshot of the relevant part.

Second, Tarrant (if it is, indeed, Tarrant) appears to be following GPS directions as he drives towards the mosque. I suggest it's unlikely he would have needed GPS if he had been familiar with the area.

Viewers of the "live stream" will also know that "Tarrant" stops once, en route to the mosque, and waits until a figure in red walks past his car. This figure seems to be a signal that he can proceed. Later, outside the mosque, there's another figure in red - possibly a signal that this is where he has to turn.

Now that "Tarrant" has pleaded guilty and disappeared into the bowels of the justice system, Fouda can, of course, tell any story he likes, without fear of contradiction.
 

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VJM Publishing: 15.04.20: Islam on homosexuality and the status of women

“Muslims oppose homosexuality, oppose women’s liberation, hate non-believers and oppose the use of spiritual sacraments.”

The position of Islam is that one should strive to live within what might be described as “the natural order” or “the scheme of things”. Since the biological purpose of sex is procreation, one cannot escape the conclusion that homosexuality falls outside this natural order. But it is also axiomatic in Islam that one should not pry into the private affairs of others. So provided a homosexual couple do not publicly parade their homosexuality, they should not (in theory) have any problems in Muslim society. But the reality is, of course, that they often do have problems, for a variety of reasons, not all of which are either legal or theological.

On the status of women, Islam is clear: A woman is the equal of a man, but has a different role in the family. Outside the family, there should not, in principle, be any impediment to her gaining an education, running a business, and possessing property. The Prophet’s first wife was a businesswoman, and he was, initially, her employee. In modern times, Muslim women have held the highest offices of state.

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Corey's Digs: 07.04.20: 'Ghost hospitals' & COVID-19

I have watched several videos of "ghost hospitals" made by "citizen journalists". It wasn't just that the hospitals appeared to be extraordinarily quiet, but that no one in/around them seemed to know what, if anything, was going on. Outside one hospital, an ambulance officer could offer little information. He said he thought he might have handled a few Covid-19 cases that day, but his remarks conveyed no sense of crisis. In other footage, we were taken through a large screening tent that was eerily empty. And at another scene - in New York, if I remember correctly - a testing station, earlier shown (in a mainstream news report) with a long queue outside, was completely deserted.

I have a screenshot, taken from a (BBC) Channel 4 news report, that purports to show a Covid-19 patient being treated in a hospital. But if you look closely at the head, the unnatural hairline becomes obvious. Furthermore, there's a notice on the wall that reads, "No food and/or drinks allowed near mannequins and/or task trainers".

None of this proves anything, but it certainly raises suspicions.   

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Possible link between 5G and COVID-19

The key paragraph is:

Novel 5G technology is being rolled out in several densely populated cities, although potential chronic health or environmental impacts have not been evaluated and are not being followed. Higher frequency (shorter wavelength) radiation associated with 5G does not penetrate the body as deeply as frequencies from older technologies although its effects may be systemic (73, 74). The range and magnitude of potential impacts of 5G technologies are under-researched, although important biological outcomes have been reported with millimeter wavelength exposure. These include oxidative stress and altered gene expression, effects on skin and systemic effects such as on immune function (74). In vivo studies reporting resonance with human sweat ducts (73), acceleration of bacterial and viral replication, and other endpoints indicate the potential for novel as well as more commonly recognized biological impacts from this range of frequencies, and highlight the need for research before population-wide continuous exposures.

Article from August 13, 2019.

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Facebook: 21.03.20: Rutherford backs 5G

Muhammad Al-Baqir The ghost of Ernest Rutherford - as depicted in a current Spark television commercial - thinks 5G is just dandy.

Liz Keen For over two years countries have said 5g isn't safe.

Muhammad Al-Baqir That's why Spark is promoting 5G so assiduously. In terms of its effects on human health, it's probably as bad, or almost as bad, as Covid-19.

I suspect it was the cause of those sudden deaths in Wuhan, which rolled out 5G at, I believe, the same time as the virus struck.

I think we have all read reports of birds falling dead from the sky after the activation of 5G. If these reports are true, it's reasonable to assume that people could also be killed.

But, of course, from now on the virus will be blamed for everything - at least until the vaccine comes along. Then the "anti-vaxxers", who refuse to be poisoned, will be blamed as well.

And in the meantime, the lying imam of Al Noor Mosque, with whom I am personally acquainted, will continue to spout his lovey-dovey nonsense.

It's all a grotesque charade, produced for a nation of fools.

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Email to Islamic State Watch New Zealand: 09.03.2: 'Sunday' program

Temel Ataçocuğu is one of the "victims" of the alleged shooting on March 15, 2019. This injury looks like some kind of burn to me.
Temel Ataçocuğu is one of the "victims" of the alleged shooting on March 15, 2019. This injury looks like some kind of burn to me.

Did you watch the Sunday program, which included two segments on the "Christchurch shootings"? 

In the first segment, we were told that Al Noor passerby Lance Bradford put two people (one of them "Wasseim Sati") into his ute, but took three injured people to hospital. One wonders why, apparently, "legal restrictions" now prevent TVNZ from mentioning Wasseim's daughter Alen, who was reportedly with Wasseim, and who was reportedly flown to Starship Hospital with life-threatening injuries that included a gunshot wound to the stomach. Alen's name, plus pictures of her and details of her case, have been published in many news items during the past year.

Bradford said he stopped because he "saw people lying on the ground", and that, after he got out and started to walk towards the mosque, he heard gunfire. It's all nonsense. The "live stream" shows that, at the time the gunman drove away, there was only one body lying on the ground outside the mosque - that of Ansi Alibava (actually a dummy), who was "shot" moments earlier. So if Bradford had been approaching at this stage, he would have either run into the gunman or seen him leave the scene. But there is another reason why this story is untrue: The "live stream" shows no encounter between the gunman and Wasseim and his daughter at any stage. This alleged encounter is as phoney as the alleged encounter between the gunman and Mohamed Jama.  

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Facebook: 25.02.20: COVID19

I assume we all know, by now, that this is a bioweapon - something from nature that was made more deadly in a lab. (The official narrative - that it is entirely natural, and that it "jumped the species barrier" in Wuhan Wet Market - is designed to placate the ignorant masses.) One prediction I have seen is that it will ravage the entire world, and eventually kill about 500 million people.

According to some reports, it can deal a double blow to its victims. In other words, a victim can recover, be well for a fortnight or so, and then fall ill again - or be felled by sudden heart failure. This may be why there have been instances of people dropping dead in the street in China.

Regardless of whether its release was deliberate or accidental, it is a doomsday disease that achieves several of the objectives of environmental terrorism: (a)  It reduces the world population. In particular, it kills old and infirm people, who are otherwise known as "useless eaters"; (b) It stops industry dead in its tracks - for the time being, at any rate - thereby reducing emissions and averting the supposedly imminent climate catastrophe, and (c) It curtails international and domestic travel, and allows the elite to tighten their surveillance and control of corralled populations. 

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Islamic State Watch New Zealand: 01.02.20: ChCh 'victims' are all lying

Sheikh Hasan Rubel, 35, pictured with his wife Afsana Anjuman and 2-year-old daughter Arveen Raheef, was sitting in the front row of worshippers at the Al Noor mosque when he was shot several times on March 15.
Sheikh Hasan Rubel, 35, pictured with his wife Afsana Anjuman and 2-year-old daughter Arveen Raheef, was sitting in the front row of worshippers at the Al Noor mosque when he was shot several times on March 15.

Sorry, the alleged shooter's "live stream" shows no rows of worshipers. When the shooter enters the prayer hall, the entire area in front of the minbar (pulpit) is almost empty. I know. I took a screenshot at that very moment. This shows what might be one "body" in what looks like the fourth row from the front, and a heap of pre-killed people (almost certainly dummies) already in place at the right end of the hall. Anyone can view this picture by going to http://kufr.club

All these so-called survivors are lying. They are lying even if they were injured in some other circumstances, which we don't know about. This means that the trial of the alleged shooter in June (or whenever) will be little more than a festival of perjury - the last act in a despicable drama that was staged to expedite gun control and the wholesale censorship of the internet.

Interestingly, nothing I have said about the Christchurch event - either here or on my website - has been challenged by anyone. There hasn't been a squeak of protest from either the Muslim community or its effusive supporters. Why? I think there are two reasons for this silence: (1) Those in power know that the official narrative of March 15 is fundamentally flawed and indefensible, and (2) They also know that 95% of New Zealanders are suckers who will believe almost any story presented to them with the appropriate theatrics.

It's all very, very sad, and it doesn't augur well for the future of this country.

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Dissenter/Gab: 08.01.20: Iranian culture

With reference to Iran, you state: "Culture didn't thrive as a result of Muslim expansion--it thrived despite it." You then cite Jason Reza Jorjani, and imply that he supports this point of view. But this is not, in fact, what Jorjani says. These are his words, which I have taken verbatim from "The Renaissance of Iranian Civilization with Jason Reza Jorjani" (a YouTube discussion): "Islam acted as a catalyst to produce [novel, revolutionary insights] by freeing the intellectual elite of Iran ... from an atmosphere of religious orthodoxy that existed in the late Sassanid period." (Listen from about 25.05 onward.) Thus, it is NOT incorrect to talk about a "golden age of Islam" if one understands what this means, which is that the coming of Islam created the conditions in which intellectual advances could be made. It doesn't mean - and I don't think any scholar has seriously suggested - that (nominally?) Muslim artists and intellectuals, armed only with the Qur'an, hadith and sirah, were miraculously inspired to produce the great works of art and science that were subsequently labeled "Islamic".