Egyptian Knifeman Chatted Nicely in German with Two Women Tourists Before Killing Them

ABDEL-RAHMAN SHAABAN.

A Muslim knifeman repaid Angela Merkel’s kindness in allowing millions of Muslims to migrate to Germany by killing two German women in Egypt.

Is there anyone in Germany who abides by the principle of an eye for an eye?

End Islam before Islam ends the West.

In the meantime, stay out of Egypt, ladies.

Excerpt from ABC News

The Egyptian university graduate who stabbed two German women to death at a popular Red Sea resort first sat and spoke to them in fluent German before producing a large kitchen knife and attacking them, security officials said Saturday.

Leaving them for dead, 29-year-old Abdel-Rahman Shaaban fled the scene, chased by hotel workers and security guards. He rushed into the hotel next door where he attacked and wounded four female tourists who, according to local media reports, included two Armenians, one from Ukraine and another from the Czech Republic.

“Stay back, I am not after Egyptians,” Shaaban shouted in Arabic at his pursuers, according to the officials. They eventually caught up with him, disarmed and pinned him down and later handed him over to the police. Shaaban stabbed the women in the face, neck and feet, said the officials.

No group claimed responsibility for the Friday attack, but it appeared to have been inspired by recent calls made by the local affiliate of the extremist Islamic State group on its followers to attack Egypt’s minority Christians and foreign tourists.

The officials said Abdel-Rahman hails from the Nile Delta province of Kafr el-Sheikh where he attended the business school of the local branch of Al-Azhar University — the world’s foremost seat of learning of Sunni Islam and the target of mounting criticism in recent months over its alleged radical teachings and doctrinal rigidity.

Investigators were still trying to determine how Shaaban came to be in Hurghada, one of Egypt’s main Red Sea resorts, popular for its year-round sunny weather and diving.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

A statement by the national security prosecution’s office, which is questioning Shaaban in Cairo, said Saturday that his motives and ideological convictions remained unclear. “The characterization of the action committed by the culprit, whether it is an individual act, criminal or terrorist, is not clear to the prosecution at this time,” said the statement.

Police are meanwhile interviewing 15 hotel workers to piece together what happened.

Germany on Saturday gave the first official confirmation that the two tourists killed by Shaaban were German nationals, but gave no other information. Local German media reports, however, said the two were residing in Hurghada, not tourists.

In a statement, the German Foreign Ministry said: “According to everything that we know, this act was aimed at foreign tourists — a particularly perfidious and criminal act that leaves us sad, dismayed and angry.”

The attack on the tourists took place just hours after five policemen were killed in a shooting near some of Egypt’s most famous pyramids in the greater Cairo area. No group claimed responsibility for that attack, which bore the hallmarks of a militant group known as Hasm that has been behind similar attacks in recent months.

Authorities say Hasm is a splinter faction of the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist group that was outlawed and declared a terrorist organization several months after the military in July 2013 ousted Mohammed Morsi, a senior leader of the Brotherhood who was elected president in 2012.

Friday’s attacks are likely to further impact Egypt’s tourism industry — a backbone of the country’s economy that employs millions of people but which has been decimated by the political turmoil and lacking security roiling the country since the 2011 Arab Spring uprising.

On Saturday, tight security was in place at Hurghada, with additional checkpoints at the city’s entry and exit points and reinforced security at tourist sites, including where the attack took place.

Egypt has been rocked by deadly suicide bombings, drive-by shootings and other attacks since Morsi’s ouster four years ago. The violence has been concentrated in the northern Sinai Peninsula, but attacks have spread to the mainland, including the capital.

The last time tourists were attacked in Hurghada was in January 2016, when two Austrians and a Swede were stabbed by two suspected militants, also at a hotel. They were only lightly wounded. Security forces shot the attackers, killing one and wounding the other before arresting him.

Trump Eager to Meet with Putin Next Month, Advisors Say NO

This post is a companion piece to the immediately previous post titled Paul Craig Roberts Warns the World is Going Down with Trump. The earlier post has Dr. Roberts warning Trump to schedule a summit meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin or risk a nuclear holocaust.

In this post, ABC News cites reports that Trump is in fact eager to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Europe next month at a meeting of world leaders. However, his advisers are trying to put the kibosh on Trump’s efforts to avoid war by making peace with Russia.

Politics dictates that Trump be both tough and conciliatory at the same time.

ABC News

President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin with full diplomatic bells and whistles when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month. But the idea is exposing deep divisions within the administration on the best way to approach Moscow in the midst of an ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. elections.

Many administration officials believe the U.S. needs to maintain its distance from Russia at such a sensitive time — and interact only with great caution.

But Trump and some others within his administration have been pressing for a full bilateral meeting. He’s calling for media access and all the typical protocol associated with such sessions, even as officials within the State Department and National Security Council urge more restraint, according to a current and a former administration official.

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College Girl Follows Google Maps into Desert Survival Drama

A college girl follows Google maps down a noexistent desert road with no gas and in a remote area with no cell service.

I hate these morning news/entertainment shows that feature a white woman and a Negro male host. I also hate their smarmy smiles and condescending narration.

The story is less than four minutes. It’s the story of a girl who stupidly got herself into a mess and then did some simple things to help get her out.

Published on Mar 23, 2017

Amber Vanhecke tells “GMA” the survival skills she used while being trapped alone in an Arizona desert for five days.

Texas Man’s Pro-Trump Billboard Drawing Attention

A Texas man is fed up with ABC News. The billboard you see above is the result, which reads:

ABC News:
I grew up with you. We are through. The Russians didn’t elect Donald Trump. I did.

The above billboard is located approximately 10 miles from my location. I haven’t been up that way recently, but the area along I-10 is crowded with billboards, businesses, and cell phone towers.

A water-well driller, Kyle Courtney, paid for the billboard to stay up for two months. Here’s his statement:

ABC News was the only channel I watched as a child growing up in Texas but I think they have lost touch with America and forgotten the working man. They don’t represent our voice anymore. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was funded by the Clinton Foundation in close coordination with the media, and now we’re seeing them try to fix what they couldn’t fix during the election. They are doing everything they can, night after night, to create narratives and sway people’s direction to impeach Donald Trump. Our democracy is at stake when a major political party and the media are in bed together. I’m not asking anyone to boycott the Democratic party. I’m not in the brainwashing business, but the liberal media is.

KYLE COURTNEY.

Read the story at My San Antonio and at SA Current.

Crisis Actors? One Moving Moment from President Trump’s Memorial Day Commemoration–Was it Real?

PRESIDENT TRUMP COMFORTS LITTLE CHRISTIAN JACOBS ON MEMORIAL DAY.

ABC News was more discreet than some in mixing the “Trump is a Russian agent” thought into the Trump Memorial Day story. ABC just gave it one sentence toward the end.

Anytime you have a youngster who’s lost his father to war, the press is going to be there playing our heartstrings. Try to imagine cold, vicious Hildebeast in that photo above with the tiny lad wearing a Marine Corps costume.

I do have a question though. Isn’t Christian’s mother, above in the photo, a Jew? Isn’t Jacobs a Jewish name? Do Jews name their children Christian to mock the goy? ARE THESE PEOPLE CRISIS ACTORS?

I don’t know whether to take this story as straight news or a conspiracy. What do you think?

ABC News

President Donald Trump on Monday expressed the nation’s “boundless” gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice paid by Americans defending the United States, dedicating his first Memorial Day address as commander in chief to a top Cabinet secretary and two other families who lost loved ones.

Participating in the somber, annual observance at Arlington National Cemetery, Trump recounted the stories of Green Beret Capt. Andrew D. Byers of Colorado Springs and Christopher D. Horton of the Oklahoma National Guard as Byers’ tearful parents and Horton’s emotional widow looked on.

Trump also singled out for special mention Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, a retired Marine four-star general whose son, Marine 2nd Lt. Robert M. Kelly, was killed in November 2010 after he stepped on a land mine while on patrol in southern Afghanistan.

To all Gold Star families, Trump said of their lost service members: “They each had their own names, their own stories, their own beautiful dreams. But they were all angels sent to us by God and they all share one title in common and that is the title of hero, real heroes.”

“Though they were here only a brief time before God called them home, their legacy will endure forever,” Trump said.

Horton, a sniper sent to Afghanistan in 2011, died in a gun battle with the Taliban near the Pakistan border three months into his deployment. Byers was on his third combat tour and, Trump said, ran through smoke and a hail of bullets to rescue an Afghan soldier when he was killed last November.

Secretary Kelly’s other son, Johnny, is getting ready for his fifth military deployment. A son-in-law, Jake, is a wounded warrior.

Trump also recognized former U.S. senator and GOP presidential nominee Bob Dole, 93, who suffered lifelong injuries during World War II. He attended the ceremony along with his wife, Elizabeth Dole, also a former U.S. senator.

“As we honor the brave warriors who gave their lives for ours, spending their last moments on this earth in defense of this country and of its people, words cannot measure the depth of their devotion, the purity of their love or the totality of their courage,” Trump said.

“We only hope that every day we can prove worthy not only of their sacrifice and service, but of the sacrifice made by the families and loved ones they left behind. Special, special people,” he said.

Before the remarks, Trump laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, touching it for a long moment before stepping away. He then rested his hand on his heart as a bugler played “Taps.”

Stepping to the microphone to deliver the address, Trump seemed to relish the warm welcome from the audience gathered in the sun-splashed amphitheater. Trump has been feeling particularly aggrieved in recent weeks by federal and congressional investigations into contacts between his associates and Russian government officials, including news reports that Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and top White House adviser, proposed establishing secret back-channel communications with Russia during the presidential transition.

The president was accompanied to Arlington cemetery by Vice President Mike Pence, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as a slew of advisers and Cabinet members, including veterans’ secretary David Shulkin and housing secretary Ben Carson.

After the address, Trump visited a section of the cemetery for U.S. service members killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The White House said Trump visited the gravesite of Robert Kelly, who was laid to rest in Section 60.

Asked what meaning Memorial Day held for him, Secretary Kelly said: “Sad.”

Accompanied by Pence, Trump walked briefly among the white marble headstones and greeted families, including Brittany Jacobs and her 6-year-old son, Christian, who was dressed like a Marine. Jacobs’ father, Marine Sgt. Christopher Jacobs, died during a training accident in California in 2011.

WHERE’S THE STAR OF DAVID ON THE TOMBSTONE. IS THIS STORY EVEN REAL?

REAL OR FAKE? WERE THE JEWS MOCKING TRUMP TODAY OR WAS HE IN ON THE JOKE?

Senate Attends White House Briefing on North Korea

War did not break out today and terrorists did not attack the buses carrying America’s Senators to a secure briefing room in the White House.

President Donald Trump did make THEM come to HIM, a very symbolic act of someone determined to show that he’s the boss.

ABC News

Several Senate Republicans described the full Senate briefing on North Korea at the White House Wednesday as a thorough accounting of the administration’s diplomatic and military options when it comes to dealing with Kim Jong Un.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, called it “a long and detailed briefing.”

“The military is obviously planning for a number of options, as they should — minimal military action to more significant action,” Cruz said. “It’s of course the hope of the administration and Congress that military action isn’t necessary. If there’s a clear and imminent threat to the U.S., our military needs to be prepared to act and I believe they are prepared to act to keep our country safe.”

The senators were invited at the personal invitation of President Donald Trump after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, requested a briefing. The president stopped by the briefing at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House grounds.

Gardner said that one takeaway from the meeting was that “we are a long ways away from exercising all of our options on the diplomatic side.”

“There were great questions within the briefing from both sides of the aisles,” Gardener said. “It shows how important this issue is, to have that team assembled to talk about this and make sure North Korea knows they won’t get away with this.”

Separately, a senior administration official told ABC News that part of the current concern about North Korea comes from China’s view of North Korea as a threat.

“I think what’s different about how China is viewing the problem in North Korea today is that China is viewing that problem as the threat not only to U.S. interests and security or South Korean or Japanese interests and security, but also a threat to Chinese interests and security and so I think that is a big shift in and of itself,” the senior administration official told ABC News.

White House officials say the South Auditorium would be turned into a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, or “SCIF,” and the briefing will be led by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford, and Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats.

When asked about the bus ride to the White House ground for the meeting, Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colorado, said it was “a unique approach to a classified briefing.”

Using the White House grounds for a full briefing with the Senate is a rare move, but administration officials told ABC News that too much shouldn’t be read into the choice of location.

Officials said that after hearing of McConnell’s request, the president suggested nonchalantly that the senators should come to the White House because he’s a “gracious host.” Trump has cultivated a reputation in his meetings at the White House for relishing the opportunity to show off his historic digs.

CNN’s report on today’s briefing is so biased you might as well call it fake news. It gets tiresome.

United Airlines Under Fire for Dragging Asian Man From Plane

Fellow passengers and Twitter exploded in outrage when an Asian man was dragged from a United Airlines flight after being bumped because of overbooking.

This photo shows him being dragged down the aisle:

People reports that dozens of angry passengers walked off the plane in support of the Drag Man.

THIS WOMAN WAS LOUD IN HER ANGER TOWARD POLICE AND UNITED AIR.

Muds are going apeshit on Twitter. These assholes have zero respect for rules. The f*cking airplane belongs to United. They have a contractual right to bump people, so long as a bumped passenger is compensated. In fact the compensation here was a free hotel room, $800 in cash, and space on the next flight out.

Three passengers cooperated. Presumable they were white. Only the entitled Asian, an immigrant and a Democrat no doubt, fought the lawful orders given by the airline.

I rarely fly, but I was bumped once. I made no scene. But then again, I’m white. It never crossed my mind to start shit. What’s wrong with me?

F*ck the yellow turd and f*ck the white passengers who supported him. F*ck the Chicago police for suspending the police officers. And f*ck United for apologizing to diversity. I’m tired of loudmouthed shits disturbing the peace. Can you tell?

ABC News

Videos posted to social media appear to show a man being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight by law enforcement in Chicago.

United Airlines told ABC News the man was removed because it needed to send a four-person crew to Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday evening to avoid canceling subsequent flights. The airline previously said the flight was overbooked. That was incorrect, according to new information from United.

One of the law enforcement officers involved in the incident was placed on leave effective Monday. The Chicago Department of Aviation said the officer’s actions were not in accordance with standard operating procedure and are not condoned by the department.

United Flight 3411, operated by Republic Airways, was scheduled to depart Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport at 5:40 p.m. local time Sunday, bound for Louisville International Airport.

United needed to put a four-person Republic Airways crew on the flight and asked for volunteers to give up their seats, offering up to $800 for doing so, a United spokesperson told ABC News. No one volunteered, so the airline generated a list of four names to be removed from the flight and reaccommodated, per by the airline’s contract of carriage. Three of those people complied, and one did not. That’s when the police were called.

“The doctor needed to work at the hospital the next day,” Twitter user Jayse D. Anspach wrote in a series of tweets accompanied by videos of the incident. “So he refused to ‘volunteer.'”

Anspach added, “A couple airport security men forcefully pulled the doctor out of his chair and to the floor of the aisle. In so doing, the doctor’s face was slammed against an arm rest, causing serious bleeding from his mouth. It looked like he was knocked out, because he went limp and quiet and they dragged him out of the plane like a rag doll.”

ABC News has not been able to verify any details about the man who was removed, including whether he is a doctor.

According to Anspach and another passenger tweeting about the events, Tyler Bridges, the man later returned to the aircraft, repeating that he needed to go home. In video of the man after he returned, he appears agitated. Bridges tweeted that the man said he needed to be at work in the morning to see patients at his hospital.

Anspach and Bridges said in their Twitter posts that the man was bloodied from his removal.

The two declined to comment to ABC News about the alleged incident.

United would not tell ABC News what occurred to escalate the situation.

United CEO Oscar Munoz called the incident “upsetting” in a statement posted on the airline’s Twitter account.

While United’s rules regarding denied boarding posted on its website fall in line with Department of Transportation regulations, it is unclear what rules exist regarding passengers already on board a plane.

Though the airline did not specify why the man was chosen, United’s contract of carriage, posted online, reads, “The priority of all other confirmed passengers may be determined based on a passenger’s fare class, itinerary, status of frequent flyer program membership and the time in which the passenger presents him/herself for check-in without advanced seat assignment.”

United did not comment when asked why the man was allowed to board the plane.