A perfect Islamic storm looming large on the horizon

The perfect storm of events for an Islamic terror attack is brewing for July 4th this year. The Obama administration and Western leaders are failing to report the truth about Islam and the significance of this date. It was on the 17th of Ramadan, which just happens to precisely coincide this year with America’s Independence Day, that the greatest and most significant battle in Islamic history took place: the Battle of Badr in 624 AD. This battle marked the first significant victory for Islam, as well as the beginning of Mohammed’s reign of terror.

Dates are significant for Islamic terrorists. The date of September 11 was chosen by Islamic terrorists to inflict a horrible carnage on the West because in Islam, that day is remembered as a day of humiliation and defeat: in 1683, the Islamic armies were defeated at the gates of Vienna, and in 1697, they met their final defeat at Belgrade.

  • k1962

    Today while driving north on Boundary Road (divider between Burnaby and Vancouver), I saw a Canadian flag tied to a construction crane. Above it, a smaller blue flag was flying and I am 99.9% sure that I saw a white crescent moon and star on it. I could not figure out what else it could be. I thought, wtf! Can you imagine if someone flew a cross or star of David on a flag above the maple leaf? Anyone else in the area notice this out of place phenomenon? It was on the west side of Boundary, north of Kingsway.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Wouldn’t it have been green?
      And I often wonder about muslim flags being green because they live in deserts.

      • k1962

        The blue colour threw me too. It was just weird, but I’m quite certain it was a white star and crescent on it. Maybe it was a Ramadan thing, but it was out of place and inappropriate. Maybe the crane operator is a muslim.

        • ntt1

          I have seen that site many times , Next week I will look out for it. Could be time for some shaming if the islamorag was above the Canadian flag

          • k1962

            It was definitely above, smaller, but above. I don’t go by there often. I’m interested to know if I was right in what I think I saw, so please let me/us know.

        • Waffle

          I don’t know how accurate this is but here’s the Wiki page on green in Islam:

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_in_Islam

    • Ouch, wish I had camera out there.

    • Exile1981
      • Exile1981

        this one?

        • k1962

          Yes. That was it. Same faded blue colour. What is it?

          • Martin B

            It’s the flag of East Turkestan, also called the Kokbayraq flag. East Turkestan is actually China’s Xinjiang province, which the resident Muslim Uyghur ethnic group believes should be an independent Muslim country. I guess a Uyghur was operating that crane.

          • k1962

            Thanks for that. Don’t like that someone is hanging that crazy flag. You can be sure it isn’t a Han Chinese person!

          • Exile1981

            It was the flag of the Uyghur breakaway republic back in 1934. It’s currently used as a rallying flag for the hardline islamics who have been committing the murder in China. It’s the Chinese version of isis.

            Officially it was called the Islamic Republic of East Turkestan during it’s very short life (about 2-3 years),

          • k1962

            That’s not a good thing to have someone flying that flag here in Vancouver. You’s think some Chinese person would complain. It’s like flying the ISIS flag.

          • Exile1981

            Maybe they have?

    • Martin B

      If a Somali was operating that crane he may have flown a Somali flag, though that has just a white star, no crescent:

      • k1962

        Nope. It was like the one above yours. It had the crescent moon on it too.

  • Waffle

    The date thing is bothering me. It is not often that the lunar and Julian calendars coincide. Also planetary alignments have effects on our planet — like volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, etc. We no longer see the skies — we are blind to them by our own man-made lights reflecting back to us. The only time you can see the Milky Way is when the power goes out or if you travel to a remote spot. No wonder those kids took their clothes off on the mountain top — they saw a sky that didn’t exist in the places they came from. Perhaps being naked was the most spiritual thing they could think of.

    But something’s up. I can’t access my U.S. bank account. They did the same thing a couple of years ago to all out-of-country account holders during a time of threat.

  • tom_billesley

    In Britain, there’s also the tenth anniversary of 7/7