Finbury Park mosque Attack…Some things the “media” DOES NOT Want you to Know…

Hmmm…

Trigger Reset

The Finsbury Park mosque has been the subject of much examination during the past decade. Its previous imam, Abu Hamza, was sentenced to life in prison for terrorist charges.

The charges against Hamza include the kidnapping of Western journalists in Yemen and the establishment of a militant training camp in Oregon that supplied the Taliban and Al-Qaida with terrorist fighters. His disciples make up a list of who’s who among barbaric murders.

In 2003, Hamza was arrested when it was discovered that the Finsbury Park mosque had stockpiled weapons, gas masks, and chemical suits. In 2004, the new cleric and vice-president of the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB), Mohammad Kozbar took over and attempted to clean up the mosque’s sullied image.

However, Hamza’s legacy lives on. In 2005, the Wall Street Journaldiscovered that one of the 9/11 attackers, Zacarias Moussaoui, was a London follower of Hamza. The shoe…

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The Gunsite Experience: “Dinner and a Show”

Professor, after that training and experience, are you going to be able to continue to wear bowties? 😉

Gun Culture 2.0

The sun has risen on the 5th and final day of the 250 Defensive Pistol course at Gunsite Academy, the original course at Gunsite designed and taught by founder Col. Jeff Cooper.

The 250 pistol course is now referred to as “The Gunsite Experience.” Perhaps it has always been that way, but today Gunsite is definitely a “destination” location for gun training. Several of the students I have spoken with said training at Gunsite was a “bucket list” item. People come here on “mancations” or “brocations” (though there are as many couples and families as there are “bros”).

Buzz Mills, the owner, and Ken Campbell, the chief operating officer, both realize this. As Campbell told me, “We want to give you dinner and a show.” This of course raises the specter of what some have criticized as “edu-trainment” — putting students through fun and exciting training experiences (e.g., shooting from…

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JOHNNY DEPP ON TRUMP ASSASSINATION: “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president? Maybe it’s time”

Worthless entertainment scumbags must be killed.

70news

Johnny Depp talks about assassinating Trump at Glastonbury

  • Johnny Depp:  “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?..it has been a while and maybe it is time”

Another unhinge face of Hollywood left! Actor Johnny Depp called for the assassination of President Donald Trump at a Q & A at the Glastonbury Festival in England on Thursday, reported the Guardian.

Reported the Guardian:

“It is just a question – I’m not insinuating anything. By the way, this is going to be in the press. It will be horrible. I like that you are all a part of it.

“When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” he asked in reference to the death of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth in 1865.

“I want to qualify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been a while and maybe it is time,” he added.

Complete Guardian report at…

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Huff Post Writer: Shooting Just One Pro-Life Congressman Isn’t Enough, We Need More Violence

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By Alex Xenos
LifeNews.com
June 16, 2017

In the aftermath of the shooting targeting Republican congressmen in Alexandria, VA, the media has called for both sides to cool down their rhetoric. As if the vitriol and hate were equal on both sides. The truth is it isn’t. Huffington Post writer Jesse Benn is case and point. The publication has long been a place for the fringe-left to spew their venom.

Benn has defended violence against Trump supporters in the past and actually argued for violent “resistance.” So it should have come as no surprise when he tweeted the following:

For violent resistance to work it’d need to be organized. Individual acts can be understandable, but likely counterproductive/ineffective.

I’m sure the Huffington Post is proud to have somebody representing how they truly feel.

LifeNews…

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