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« Reply #40 on: March 29, 2011, 04:42:13 am »


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This guy thought he was being smart and also registered his domain through "private domain service" Dynadot located in San Mateo, Ca:
Dynadot Privacy
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But they left it in his name to avoid liability and it is a "Muslim" name. But a very common one, I can't find anything else on him. Either way, it can be traced under US law, so it's not untraceable to UK security (yay for small blessings)

I find this disturbing. I loathe Waity, but that's too far. I didn't read y'alls comments and clicked thinking "Good, a Muslim against extremism". At least I tunnel my traffic, so hopefully there won't be any knocks at my door soon. Sick sick man.
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« Reply #41 on: March 29, 2011, 05:15:48 am »

Hmm...I've been looking, seeing if there's any way to find more and it gets worse. Good news is the site is unencrypted, so anyone visiting it can be tracked by their ISP.

Bad news is they've got several different sites/names and some youtube accounts. This makes me sad in a way I can't describe. I can understand protesting cuts, protesting monarchy, things like that. I can't understand the hatred behind this.
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« Reply #42 on: March 29, 2011, 10:58:25 am »

If the govt are calling in the armed forces/SAS to support the police, I think their combined forces will suppress any protestors on the day, but I doubt Fortress Britain is the image the RF wish to convey!    Would serve Waity right if she was transported to & from the Abbey in a blacked out police van - hardly the triumphant procession she envisaged!

My friends were at the protest march in London on Saturday, & were annoyed that the focus of the media was on the violence & not their legitimate concerns about their jobs.   I expect that WK/PW will also be annoyed about the focus being taking away from their day, but then they should have read the public mood & held a small, private occasion & not a bloody circus.

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Royal bonfire of the liberties. Fears of crackdown on right to protest in wake of anti-cuts violence
Are Prince’s nuptials being used as cover for a crackdown on dissent?
  http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/fears-of-crackdown-on-right-to-protest-in-wake-of-anticuts-violence-2255731.html
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« Reply #43 on: March 29, 2011, 11:02:53 am »

I expect that WK/PW will also be annoyed about the focus being taking away from their day, but then they should have read the public mood & held a small, private occasion & not a bloody circus.
Totally agree.  There is no need for such a lavish display - it's an insult to people who are struggling to get by and worried about their future. 
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« Reply #44 on: March 29, 2011, 12:07:22 pm »

WOW Ella Cool you are our detective!
Don't worry, security agencies have resources beyond our capacity and can track this nutter down within minutes. Because politicians and royals from all over the world will be present I guess all Intelligence Agencies are working together and share intel sigh
Again, I seriously doubt this is a moslem at all since no islamic terrorist or hard core muslim would protect Jews. eightball Hell freezes over before this happens. It is just an American who either wants to discredit the moslem community by posing as a terrorist and using the wedding as a excuse OR it is someone who hates Waity Katie and wants to prevent the wedding by making lose threats bored3
Either way I am sure this douche bag is getting tracked by Interpol. eating cookies They know as soon as he checks in at the airport of a European city and where he will stay because he has to give the hotel his passport. What an idiot! Posing like a islamic terrorist can get you in deep *poo* in the US! They can even hold you without trial if you threaten the country. Alright in this case it is England, but anyway this is just plain stupid.


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« Reply #45 on: March 29, 2011, 09:10:42 pm »

^Though I totally agree this guy is being watched (if a bored girl can find your crap, someone more important knows and is totally watching), it turns out this group has demonstrated in the UK before.

MAC has planned demonstrations before, near Royal Albert Hall to break a minute of silence for fallen British soldiers in November and a demonstration in September against the Pope according to their weebly page. They also have a WN.com account with a playlist that includes "Poppy Burning" and "British Soldiers Will Eat Cake" among others. They change their main site every time they plan a demonstration, but use that phone number each time. Their phone number is UK based.

Their November demo got posted on EDL facebooks and forums, maybe that's why they aren't posting this one's information as openly? The past demos all had the location, date, and time noted on their page. They also post MAC youtube videos which seem innocuous, but will have demo information in the comments or links to the site in the video.
 
The Nazi thing throws me off though, because, yeah, you'd assume they'd be okay with it, but their youtube page also says:
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Interests: Expose and destroy the zionist-crusader alliance
And another site linked to them via the same number is very anti Semitic & anti Catholic?

I hope they do move or shorten the route. If EDL is planning a counter demonstration, two demoing groups in a large crowd is a horrible idea. The Abbey and Palace might be safe for the guests, buts what about the spectators?
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« Reply #46 on: March 29, 2011, 09:30:05 pm »

hard core muslim would protect Jews. eightball Hell freezes over before this happens.

I can´t fully agree with that. In Iran they have a Jewish community, which isn´t suppressed, of course they are not equally to the muslims (it´s still a regime). They live now 2500 years there and refused to live in Israel (the government told them to come to Israel). Some are represented in the parliament, which includes Christians as well. The situation is weird. While the president hates israel, the Jews in Iran are not affected by that. Of course I don´t want to praise this now. But in the muslim world Jews can live there. The muslims who are anti-semetic are nuts. The Ottoman Empire took many Jews from Spain, after Isabella kicked them out. Turkey was never anti-semetic. But there is indeed a bad influence now through nationalists and islamists.  screaming
That makes very angry, that these bastards try to make life miserable for Jews and other minor groups.

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« Reply #47 on: March 29, 2011, 10:50:20 pm »

Protester's message to PW  that includes UG PW  Tongue


Militant Muslim warns Royal wedding terror attack is 'highly likely'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1372291/Muslim-Anjem-Choudary-warns-Royal-wedding-terror-attack-highly-likely.html#ixzz1IKvpEr5B



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« Reply #48 on: April 02, 2011, 02:35:13 pm »

Dahlia  Hi
I can´t fully agree with that. In Iran they have a Jewish community, which isn´t suppressed, of course they are not equally to the muslims (it´s still a regime).

but what I wrote was:
Again, I seriously doubt this is a moslem at all since no islamic terrorist or hard core muslim would protect Jews.

I am talking about those terrorists/ hardliners who burn American flaggs and are hardcore enough to be fanatics. spy  I do not mean nice upstanding citizens who live together with Jews in a peaceful moslem community (Although the Jews usually build their houses on other people's lands against their will bignono so they aren't welcome at all X-Mas_rolleyes) but that's another topic


ANYWAY,  welcome TO THE NICE DAILY MAIL REPORTER!! 2joy
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1372291/Muslim-Anjem-Choudary-warns-Royal-wedding-terror-attack-highly-likely.html


Ella, I am sure the authorities are aware about the threat by now -if not then the Daily Mail article took care of that. X-Mas_rolleyes  They have a watchlist with all the people who are involved with this moslem crusade organisation -they even watch their bank accounts. If one of them will go near the wedding venue, then I am sure the police will take them into custody for a few hours until the wedding is over. fan The authorities will sure as hell not allow demonstrations at that day.
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« Reply #49 on: April 03, 2011, 03:55:03 am »

On the back of every car I have ever owned, since 196* is a peace symbol.  I was the one with the MIA Bracelet Brigade for Viet Nam.  My nickname in high school was Peace Princess.

But, this?  Barring violence, for which I have no patience, let people speak!  Let them scream, let them spray paint, let them go.  It's time that the BRF heard from the people who are affected the most.  If this is the venue, then let it be so.  I have a friend in London who has been unable to find a job for many months and is living on generous couches everywhere and has had it feeling like a loser.  If he feels like making a sign and standing there, saying, "ENOUGH", let him.  It's True, Honest, and a FACT that the government is not in touch with the people's needs.

I'll NEVER forget what John Lennon said when he was trying to become an American citizen.  "90% is for loan sharks."
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« Reply #50 on: April 03, 2011, 04:43:55 pm »

Didn´t see your post TCP! Sorry for the misunderstanding  Embarrassed
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« Reply #51 on: April 04, 2011, 01:48:47 pm »

^macht nix BFF2 love the "How I met your mother -Kate" signature easter-lol


here's more on their security measures:
http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/238561/Royal-guests-terror-fearRoyal-guests-terror-fear#ixzz1IYARbMN9

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Amid fears the April 29 royal wedding could be targeted by dissident Irish republicans, Al Qaeda or other groups, anti-terror chiefs are planning their most rigorous security operation to date.

Police also fear Prince William and his bride could be a target for anarchist groups following the attack on the car ferrying Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in December.

VIPs from across the globe will be asked to arrive three hours before the wedding at Westminster Abbey and the checks they face will include three at gunpoint.

Royal Household officials have divided the 1,900 guests into small groups that will meet at 8am at hotels and other points dotted around central London.

Mobile phones and cameras will be banned. Guests have been told they will have to deposit them, sign paperwork and go through metal detectors before travelling to the 11am service in a fleet of buses.


Anyone using a hearing aid or with any medical complaint has been asked to detail the information in a series of forms that have to be signed.


Roads near Westminster Abbey will be closed to traffic from dawn on the day and thousands of uniformed police will ­marshal an expected one million-strong crowd lining the route.

They will be supported by police snipers on rooftops, a team of 35 sniffer dogs, and an SAS team held in reserve for any serious incident.

Last night royal officials refused to ­discuss any details of the extraordinary security operation.

“We haven’t released anything about this and we’re not going to go into detail,” a Clarence House spokeswoman said.

Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/238561/Royal-guests-terror-fearRoyal-guests-terror-fearRoyal-guests-terror-fear#ixzz1IYeSedJJ


Gee! Talk about thorough! shifty
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I thought being held on gunpoint means that somebody it pointing a gun at you while you get searched for weapons. easter-think Is that so? Somehow I can't picture Queen Beatrixe or President Sarkozy or any other VIP being held at gunpoint huh this would be utterly rude! Though I can totally picture Victoria Beckham bitching at the security guard that it would be impossible to hide a gun under her skintight mini-dress snob easter-lol
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« Reply #52 on: April 04, 2011, 02:38:43 pm »

Being held at gunpoint strictly means, I think, "at point blank range", meaning at one's head.

But if it were being used loosely, it most likely means one just having a gun pointed at them.

I wouldn't even bother going - how rude and undignified to heads of state and other dignitaries!  Shocked
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« Reply #53 on: April 04, 2011, 11:14:48 pm »

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VIPs from across the globe will be asked to arrive three hours before the wedding at Westminster Abbey and the checks they face will include three at gunpoint.

Considering the tension, this is an insane idea; if a nervous guard accidently pulls the trigger, it would cause MASS chaos and there is no need since each VIP will be well known enough and accompanied with a guard. Secondly, each limo will have a police escort which will tell enough abotu the person arriving anyway. Security will surely be properly briefed on each guest, no?

Waiting three hours beforehand, how silly; what if they need to use the bathroom or feel ill? They better have a nurse on hand, no?

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Mobile phones and cameras will be banned. Guests have been told they will have to deposit them, sign paperwork and go through metal detectors before travelling to the 11am service in a fleet of buses.

Anyone using a hearing aid or with any medical complaint has been asked to detail the information in a series of forms that have to be signed.

Which is ridiculous since after all, hearing aids are not spy equipment and a head of state who goes should have a quick means to communicate; secondly, each head of state will have a guard who will have to be with them and each guard will have to carry something like a walkie talkie or gun to protect their assigned subject. I do not think Diana's wedding had so much security.
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« Reply #54 on: April 08, 2011, 06:20:21 am »

Royal wedding planners powerless to evict Parliament Square protesters
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/apr/07/royal-wedding-parliament-square
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David Cameron wants Parliament Square cleared for big day, but police say protesters are not breaking any laws

If these protesters are not breaking any laws then they have every right to be against this circus of a wedding

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Despite numerous legal attempts, no one – from No 10 down – has been able to come up with any legal power to move the ragtag band of peaceniks, campaigners and eccentrics from the pavement between the Houses of Parliament and the abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton will marry on 29 April.

As the countdown to the wedding begins, Tory politicians are venting their fury at Scotland Yard, piling the pressure on senior officers to do something. The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is understood to have made it clear in private to the Metropolitan police that he does not want anything – not a tin of paint, a placard or a tent flap – to spoil the wedding day.

David Cameron told the Commons that he could not understand why demonstrators were being allowed to sleep in the square, and stressed at prime minister's question time that he wanted the peace camp removed before the wedding.

The home secretary, Theresa May, even created an amendment to the police reform and social responsibility bill, which outlaws the erection in Parliament Square of "any tent, or any other structure that is designed, or adapted... for the purpose of facilitating sleeping or staying in". The legislation is about to enter its second reading in the House of Lords and will not be law in time for the big day.

No everyone is excited with glee that the Prince is marrying this social climber.
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« Reply #55 on: April 09, 2011, 12:09:37 am »

Bedraggled peace camp only yards from Westminster Abbey 'can't be moved before royal wedding'

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The police, council and Parliament are powerless to move the bedraggled peace camp in Parliament Square in time for the royal Wedding, it was revealed today.
Despite numerous legal efforts by authorities, the collection of tents, signs and protesters - including veteran 'resident' Brian Haw - is entitled to stay.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1374876/Bedraggled-peace-camp-Parliament-Square-moved-royal-wedding.html#ixzz1IyZsurYv
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« Reply #56 on: April 09, 2011, 12:53:59 am »

It's so stupid of the press to think that just because THEY love her, that the rest of the nation/planet should too.
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« Reply #57 on: April 09, 2011, 01:27:02 am »

From what I can read, it's the LAW and, again, Wasty and her Show of Shows is not bigger than the law.  She'd better learn that one sooner rather than later.  It boggles my mind that she and her 'planners' get their shorts in a knot over something that they should have researched and left alone.  Now, they just look like arrogant bullies and making people upset and at odds with each other, which she seems to do with amazing ease.
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« Reply #58 on: April 09, 2011, 02:19:59 am »

^^ KF I don't think the press loves her either.They know with her and her family they give them the scandals that sell so that's why know they keep promoting her until it's time for the fall IMO. :nervous
Good, they only wanted the people out of there (on the big day Lips Sealed ) to  give this fake illusion that England is fine and dandy and there's no serious cuts and everyone is just fine.   bignono

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« Reply #59 on: April 09, 2011, 02:49:25 am »

Frankly, I know I shouldn't speak on this because it isn't my country, but the whole PR machine seems like a Potemkin Village setup.  I'm sure there are many thousands of genuine folks who want to see the wedding, but on the whole, it seems highly manufactured.  And, with the security that's going to be in place, nobody's going to get to see anything anyway, so why not go on vacation elsewhere and watch it on t.v., if I HAD to watch it at all?!  I would.
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