So essentially, the enemy of my enemy is not my friend, he's just another moronic, entitled turd in the bucket.
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An American terrorism commentator speaking on Fox News has been forced to apologise for describing Birmingham as a "Muslim-only city" where non-Muslims "don't go in".
Steven Emerson told the channel that in London "Muslim religious police" beat "anyone who doesn't dress according to Muslim, religious Muslim attire".
He later issued an apology for his "terrible error".
But many on social media have been ridiculing his comments.
Despite being widely criticized for his inaccuracies and for fomenting Islamophobia, Emerson frequently testifies before Congressional committees on al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![my emphasis]
Richard Clarke, former head of counter-terrorism for the United States National Security Council, said of Emerson:
"I think of Steve as the Paul Revere of terrorism ... We'd always learn things [from him] we weren’t hearing from the FBI or CIA, things which almost always proved to be true."
LOL I could watch that all day long
Further examples of the shamelessness of UK media outlets.
Major stories lately could include such thing as:
More massive hacks at Sony, to the point where it's looking like "Everything's gone. EVERYTHING". Emails, full details of employees, management, customers, the lot. Early releases apparently include details of exec's pay. I hear it's considerable, particularly considering how well Sony have been doing of late.
Indications that "Everything's gone" include films due to be released in 2015 appearing on torrent sites. Not one or two, we're talking at least 5. DVD screener quality.
Obviously totally unrelated to this, Various torrent sites are currently offline with rumours abound of the Pirate bay being raided (again) and shut down (again).
Yet most places, no mention of either, at all. Almost as if it's not worth mentioning. Depressingly, Sony losing all their shit really isn't. It's more the scale (and distribution) of loss and the highly co-incidental timings that I'm looking at here.
We seem to have a plagiarism issue here.
Fix it, Holist.
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