Thursday, June 4, 2015

Arh but will the MSM use it?


Spanish Bride, or SB as she contributes under at Whaloil,  has posted at 0930 June 4th on links between the murders at The Lindt Cafe and possible Halal Certification issues.
While many are falling over their feet of clay in denial of any connection between Mans Honis and the wider Islamic Authorities, there are some issues that I fear will be hidden or ignored.

The Cafe is owned by People of Jewish extraction.
A couple who are at the very apex of the Halal scams were allgedly at the Cafe moments before the Gunman began the seige and had left before trouble started.
The Lindt Chocolate produers have rejected all attempts to enrol them in the money trail that finances The Daesh.
Is that possibly of any connection to the "Lone Wolf" bollocks.

The recent inquiries into the rock through the window of the Lindt cafe has police wanting further info on " a bearded tanned man" seen in the vacinity before that attack.

4 comments:

David said...

The major media generally go with fact, not idle speculation.

Here are a few facts.

Lindt is a Swiss based company, therefore mo decisions on halal or not would be made in what is just one of many cafes, and a very tiny part of the overall business.

Where appropriate, Lindt chocolates are certified Kosher. Kosher is acceptable to observant Muslims.

The "bearded tanned man"has been arrested. He is Luke Martin, a part Kiwi basketballer.

Oh, and LOOK, it is reported by the MSM.

http://www.theage.com.au/nsw/former-sydney-kings-nbl-player-luke-martin-charged-over-rock-attack-on-lindt-cafe-in-martin-place-20150603-ghfne3.html

Facts - confusing rightwingers since Jesus played full back for Jerusalem.

Howie said...

Oh David, don't be mean. Gravedodger was getting his bigot on and you ruined it with a dose of reality, you bastard!

D2 said...

That Muslim extortionists were in the café a few minutes before the attack? - sounds unlikely.

That the Lindt café was selected because the parent company is owned by Jews? - sounds plausible

That the Lindt café was selected because its owners publicly rejected paying for halal certification? sounds very plausible

That a bearded tanned man was of Islamic intent? A reasonable conclusion to jump to even if it proved wrong. The attack wasn't a random act of vandalism though either. He came to the place with rocks in a bag. There is definitely a story, just what?

Howie said...

"That the Lindt café was selected because its owners publicly rejected paying for halal certification? sounds very plausible..."

In the fevered mind of the petrified right wing conspiracy theorist, perhaps.

"That a bearded tanned man was of Islamic intent? A reasonable conclusion to jump to even if it proved wrong."

Jumping to conclusions isn't reasonable. That's why you shouldn't do it.