Murder suspect says Washington D.C. yoga teacher hanged herself after sex

Reuters, 28 Dec 2016

Tricia McAuley, 46, was found strangled and beaten in her car today.

Adrian Duane Johnson, 29, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, is charged with first-degree murder in her death.

Police arrested Johnson in a Washington drugstore, with McAuley’s car parked outside.

Johnson told officers that McAuley had given him a lift on Christmas Day and they had had sex "on a curb somewhere"; then McAuley became despondent and hanged herself in the vehicle after telling Johnson that he could have her money, credit cards and car; and he then drove around the Washington area with her dead body concealed in the back seat, even after he picked up a prostitute.

Johnson was also arrested for a drugstore robbery on Dec. 19, during which he attacked store employees. Johnson faces a theft charge and a Washington judge had ordered him to wear a GPS monitoring device after he was released on Dec. 20. But police say he was not wearing the monitor when he was arrested.


Lovemore Sibanda's Border Problems

People should make local versions, in the US, Hungary, Italy, UK.... I'd love to hear the border guards responses.

In kebab/nigger voice:

"Hello, I'm trying to get over this fence into Hungary, and now I'm stuck in the barbed wire, and I need you to help me, so I can get to Germany. This is not a nice way to treat immigrants. I got invited by Mama Merkel."

* * *

Discouraging immigration call from South Africa

You must bring your own food."

"You can be shot on the spot."

"You must wear a bullet proof vest."

"Not many people died yet."



Joint Statement from Jason Dov Greenblatt and David Melech Friedman, Co-Chairmen of the Israel Advisory Committee to Donald J. Trump

Jason Dov Greenblatt: Executive Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer of The Trump Organization, co-chairman of Mr. Trump’s Israel Advisory Committee & Co-Founder of [and Trump's Special Representative for International Negotiations]

David Melech Friedman: Attorney for Donald Trump and The Trump Organization, Donald Trump’s nominee as the United States Ambassador to Israel, co-chairman of Mr. Trump’s Israel Advisory Committee & President of the American Friends of Bet El Institutions, an educational organization located in the West Bank settlement of Beit El

It has been an exhilarating election cycle. Approximately seven months ago, we were blessed to have been tapped by Donald J. Trump to be his top advisors with respect to the State of Israel. We have been fortunate to work with a talented team of people and have put together the below positions. Each of these positions have been discussed with Mr. Trump and the Trump campaign, and most have been stated, in one form or another, by Mr. Trump in various interviews or speeches given by him or on his social media accounts. For those of you who are true friends of the State of Israel, and for those of you who believe that the State of Israel and the United States of America have an unbreakable friendship, we urge you to read the below. We would like to express our gratitude to those individuals who have helped us over the past few months — we truly appreciate your efforts, friendship and guidance. We would also like to express our gratitude to our friend, a great friend of the State of Israel, Donald J. Trump, who gave us the tremendous opportunity to serve in this capacity. May God bless the United States of America and the State of Israel.

· The unbreakable bond between the United States and Israel is based upon shared values of democracy, freedom of speech, respect for minorities, cherishing life, and the opportunity for all citizens to pursue their dreams.

· Israel is the state of the Jewish people, who have lived in that land for 3,500 years. The State of Israel was founded with courage and determination by great men and women against enormous odds and is an inspiration to people everywhere who value freedom and human dignity.

· Israel is a staunch ally of the U.S. and a key partner in the global war against Islamic jihadism. Military cooperation and coordination between Israel and the U.S. must continue to grow.

· The American people value our close friendship and alliance with Israel — culturally, religiously, and politically. While other nations have required U.S. troops to defend them, Israelis have always defended their own country by themselves and only ask for military equipment assistance and diplomatic support to do so. The U.S. does not need to nation-build in Israel or send troops to defend Israel.

· The Memorandum of Understanding signed by the American and Israeli Governments is a good first step, but there is much more to be done. A Trump Administration will ensure that Israel receives maximum military, strategic and tactical cooperation from the United States, and the MOU will not limit the support that we give. Further, Congress will not be limited to give support greater than that provided by the MOU if it chooses to do so. Israel and the United States benefit tremendously from what each country brings to the table — the relationship is a two way street.

· The U.S. should veto any United Nations votes that unfairly single out Israel and will work in international institutions and forums, including in our relations with the European Union, to oppose efforts to delegitimize Israel, impose discriminatory double standards against Israel, or to impose special labeling requirements on Israeli products or boycotts on Israeli goods.

· The U.S. should cut off funds for the UN Human Rights Council, a body dominated by countries presently run by dictatorships that seems solely devoted to slandering the Jewish State. UNESCO’s attempt to disconnect the State of Israel from Jerusalem is a one-sided attempt to ignore Israel’s 3,000-year bond to its capital city, and is further evidence of the enormous anti-Israel bias of the United Nations.

· The U.S. should view the effort to boycott, divest from, and sanction (BDS) Israel as inherently anti-Semitic and take strong measures, both diplomatic and legislative, to thwart actions that are intended to limit commercial relations with Israel, or persons or entities doing business in Israeli areas, in a discriminatory manner. The BDS movement is just another attempt by the Palestinians to avoid having to commit to a peaceful co-existence with Israel. The false notion that Israel is an occupier should be rejected.

· The Trump administration will ask the Justice Department to investigate coordinated attempts on college campuses to intimidate students who support Israel.

· A two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians appears impossible as long as the Palestinians are unwilling to renounce violence against Israel or recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state. Additionally, the Palestinians are divided between PA rule in the West Bank and Hamas rule in Gaza so there is not a united Palestinian people who could control a second state. Hamas is a US-designated terrorist organization that actively seeks Israel’s destruction. We will seek to assist the Israelis and the Palestinians in reaching a comprehensive and lasting peace, to be freely and fairly negotiated between those living in the region.

· The Palestinian leadership, including the PA, has undermined any chance for peace with Israel by raising generations of Palestinian children on an educational program of hatred of Israel and Jews. The larger Palestinian society is regularly taught such hatred on Palestinian television, in the Palestinian press, in entertainment media, and in political and religious communications. The two major Palestinian political parties — Hamas and Fatah — regularly promote anti-Semitism and jihad.

· The U.S. cannot support the creation of a new state where terrorism is financially incentivized, terrorists are celebrated by political parties and government institutions, and the corrupt diversion of foreign aid is rampant. The U.S. should not support the creation of a state that forbids the presence of Christian [?] or Jewish citizens, or that discriminates against people on the basis of religion.

· The U.S. should support direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians without preconditions, and will oppose all Palestinian, European and other efforts to bypass direct negotiations between parties in favor of an imposed settlement. Any solutions imposed on Israel by outside parties including by the United Nations Security Council, should be opposed. We support Israel’s right and obligation to defend itself against terror attacks upon its people and against alternative forms of warfare being waged upon it legally, economically, culturally, and otherwise.

· Israel’s maintenance of defensible borders that preserve peace and promote stability in the region is a necessity. Pressure should not be put on Israel to withdraw to borders that make attacks and conflict more likely.

· The U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as the eternal and indivisible capital of the Jewish state and Mr. Trump’s Administration will move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.

· Despite the Iran Nuclear deal in 2015, the U.S. State Department recently designated Iran, yet again, as the leading state sponsor of terrorism — putting the Middle East particularly, but the whole world at risk by financing, arming, and training terrorist groups operating around the world including Hamas, Hezbollah, and forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The U.S. must counteract Iran’s ongoing violations of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action regarding Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons and their noncompliance with past and present sanctions, as well as the agreements they signed, and implement tough, new sanctions when needed to protect the world and Iran’s neighbors from its continuing nuclear and non-nuclear threats.


Interesting to compare this, from August 2015, with the situation today:


Heir-Apparent of Egypt & Sudan is a Kike

The last Queen of Egypt is a Kike:

Dominique-France Loeb Picard, Queen consort of Egypt

Dominique-France Loeb Picard (born 23 November 1948), also called Princess Fadila of Egypt, is the ex-wife of Fuad II, former King of Egypt and the Sudan. She was born to a Jewish family in Paris as the daughter of Jewish-Alsatian archaeologist Prof. Robert Loeb and his French-Swiss wife Paule-Madeleine Picard. When a student of 29 she wrote her doctoral thesis at the Sorbonne on the Psychology of Women in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights.

At Monaco's royal palace, she met and began her courtship with HM King Fuad II, whom she married on 16 April 1976 in Monaco. Although she married Fuad II after the loss of his throne, she was still styled Her Majesty Queen Fadila of Egypt by monarchists.The marriage ended in divorce in 1996, and since 1999 she is styled Her Royal Highness Princess Fadila of Egypt.

The marriage was dissolved in 2008 with the style and title removed by Fuad. In 2002, her Paris apartment was taken from her due to her outstanding debts.

Her Kike son is the heir-apparent of Egypt and Sudan, and is married to Afghani royalty:

Muhammad Ali, Prince of the Sa'id

Muhammad Ali, Prince of the Sa'id (born 5 February 1979) is the heir apparent to the abolished thrones of Egypt and Sudan.

He is the grandson of King Farouk of Egypt and Queen Narriman, and the elder son of Fuad II (last King of Egypt) by his former wife, Fadila (née Dominique-France Loeb-Picard). His father was deposed while still a baby and was raised in exile. Prince Muhammad Ali was raised and educated between Europe and Morocco, attending Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland. He works in real estate in Paris.

While on holiday in Istanbul, Prince Muhammad attended the wedding on 20 April 2012 of Prince Rudolf of Liechtenstein with Tilsin Tanberk, where he met Princess Noal Zaher Shah of Afghanistan, daughter of Prince Muhammed Daoud Pashtunyar Khan and granddaughter of King Zahir Shah of Afghanistan, the couple's betrothal was announced on 27 April 2013.

Their wedding was held on 30 August 2013 at Istanbul's former Çırağan Palace in the presence of King Fuad II, the bride's parents, media, a crowd of onlookers and guests, including the couple from the reigning European dynasty which introduced them.

Noal Zaher Shah was born in Rome, Italy in 1978. She attended L’Institut Saint Dominique in Rome, Italy where she majored in Euro-business, then undertook lapidary studies at Webster University in London. She founded and became directing designer for Noal & Co Ltd in 2001. Her mother Princess Fatima Begum (Fatima Aref Zaher) served as Afghan Chargé d’Affaires at Rome and is a daughter of General Muhammad Aref Khan, a former Afghan Ambassador to the USSR by his wife, Amina Begum (eldest daughter of Brigadier Sardar Muhammad Ali Khan).,_Prince_of_the_Sa%27id

A Nova Reconquista: da Ibéria à Sibéria

 A Nova Reconquista da Ibéria à Sibéria

A Nova Reconquista da Ibéria à Sibéria





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