Using simple techniques that have been around for decades and remarkably similar to those which I used back in my DTH hacking days, this man shows how incredibly simple it is to scan and harvest data from RFID devices in the wild and how unimaginably inept the implementation of the whole thing is from the outset.
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
July 27, 2009 by BNP News
Britain has revealed itself as the major Muslim invasion point for Europe with a rally of thousands of militant Muslims under the radical Hizb ut-Tahrir pan-Islamist party in London supporting Jihad and the creation of a caliphate in which non-Muslims will have no rights.
The rally — largely ignored by the controlled media out of a desire to hide the shocking truth from the British public — was organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, which is the UK variant of the globalist Islamist party. The conference was provocatively titled “The Struggle for ISLAM and the call for Khilafah.” (Khilafah is the word for caliphate.)
It was opened by Dr Abdul Wahid, Chairman of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain’s Executive Committee, who said, “using the issue of terrorism and extremism, Western governments have embarked on a campaign to prevent the Muslim world establishing an Islamic government, the Caliphate that will free the Muslim world from the terror and hegemony that has been brought upon it by the West.”
Dr Wahid said, “In this critical time, Muslims needed to hold onto Islamic values living in the West, and resist the attempts to reform Islam, and to support the call for the Islamic Khilafah in the Muslim world — to end decades of oppression, colonisation and dependency.”
“The growing call for Khilafah in the Muslim world is causing increasing anxiety in Western capitals. To thwart this call Western backed puppet rulers are doing everything to stop the political work of Hizb ut Tahrir. Despite all the torture and terror upon Hizb ut Tahrir members, the party’s work continues to grow and its call is now embraced by millions of Muslims all over the world,” the conference was told.
An official Hizb ut Tahrir press release stated: “The conference highlighted how the method to re-establish the Khilafah is based on the Life (Seerah) of the Prophet Muhammad (saw), which clearly laid out a non-violent intellectual and political struggle to bring about change. Hizb ut-Tahrir has continued with this method for over 50 years and calls Muslims all over the world to this path for change.
“The conference concluded by emphasizing the key role the Muslim community in the West plays in terms of supporting the call for Khilafah in the Muslim world and carrying the Message of Islam to the wider non-Muslim society, breaking the stereotypes and presenting Islam with sound argument and good example.”
The London Khilafah conference followed a month-long series of conferences in Lebanon, Kuwait, Gaza, Sudan, Tanzania, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the US and Australia. It included a landmark gathering in Indonesia of thousands of leading scholars supporting the re-establishment of the Khilafah which was addressed by the global leader, Ameer of Hizb ut Tahrir, Sheikh Ata abu Rashta.
* Hizb ut-Tahrir (English: Party of Liberation) is an international pan-Islamist, Sunni political party whose goal is to combine all Muslim countries in a unitary Islamic state or caliphate, ruled by Islamic law and with a caliph head of state elected by Muslims.
Taqiuddin al-Nabhani, an Islamic scholar, founded the organization in 1953 in Jerusalem. Since then Hizb ut-Tahrir has spread to more than 40 countries. Hizb ut-Tahrir is very active in the West, particularly in the United Kingdom, and is also active in several Arab and Central Asian countries, despite being banned in many of them.
Hizb ut-Tahrir believes a caliphate “will provide stability and security to all the people of the region, Muslims and Non-Muslims”. The party promotes “an elaborate and detailed program for instituting an Islamist state” that will “establish the laws of the Islamic Shariah and carry the Da’wah of Islam to the world.”
Article 56 of the draft constitution of the proposed caliphate state describes conscription as a compulsory individual duty, for all citizens. “Every male Muslim, fifteen years and over, is obliged to undergo military training in readiness for jihad.”
Hizb ut-Tahrir rejects democracy as a western system and unIslamic Hizb ut-Tahrir’s official papers say that “The basis of the democratic system is that people possess the right of sovereignty, choice and implementation … it is a Kufr system because it is laid down by man and it is not from the Shari’ah Laws.”
In Hizb ut-Tahrir’s draft constitution for its unified Islamic state, any non-Muslims living in the state may not serve in any of the ruling offices, such as the position of caliph, nor vote for these officials, as these positions require those who fulfil them to believe in the system. Muslims have “the right to participate in the election of the Khaleefah [head of state] and in giving him the pledge (ba’iah). Non-Muslims have no right in this regard.”
Hizb ut-Tahrir claims the rights of Jews and other non-Muslims are enshrined within statuary Islamic Law (Sharia). These were laid down by the prophet Muhammad when he established the first Islamic state in Medina in the seventh century. He said, “Whoever harms a dhimmi (non-Muslim citizen) has harmed me.”
In regards to foreign policy, Article 186 of the draft constitution states: “The State is forbidden to belong to any organisation that is based on something other than Islam or that applies non-Islamic rules.”
Article 7 of its Draft Constitution declares that Muslims who “have by themselves renounced Islam … are guilty of apostasy (murtad) from Islam [and] are to be executed.”
Hizb ut-Tahrir forbids women from ruling positions such as caliph, Chief Justice, provincial governor, or mayor citing prophetic traditions. Article 109 of the party’s draft constitution prescribes segregation of the sexes in public activities such as school, sporting activities, etc. Muslim women would be required to hide “their charms,” i.e. their body with the exception of hands and face, to dress in accordance with khimar and jilbab. Article 114 of the constitution specifies that women should not be allowed to be in private with men other than their husband or members of their immediate family (father, brother, son). Article 116 stipulates that once married a woman is obliged to obey her husband.
Sunday, 19 July 2009
Reported by Derrick MacThomas
RED TERRORISTS ATTACK AUSTRALIA FIRST OFFICE.
Marxist terrorists, believed to be associated with the Jewish front group Fight Dem Back, have attacked the headquarters of the Australia First political party in Sydney. Also, the latest on the plight of our American white brother Hal Turner.
The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
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Wednesday, 15 July 2009
Monday, 6 July 2009
Found at the Original Dissent forum.. Posted as a follow up to the previous post and a question raised by Britain Awake.
By Dr. Alexander Jacob
Traditionally archeologists and historians have supposed that the civilization of China, with an origin at approximately 1700 B.C. (give or take a century or so), evolved almost in isolation from the rest of the world. In recent years, however, amazing evidence has emerged that white people were present in eastern Turkestan (where Red China in recent times has tested its thermonuclear weapons) at an even earlier date. And these Caucasian people gave China the chariot, as well as metallurgical and textile technology. They may even have given Chinese civilization its start.
One of the most extraordinary anthropological revelations of the 20th century was the re cent discovery of 4,000-year-old Europoid desiccated human remains (generally, though not very accurately, called "mummies") in the Tarim Basin of Central Asia. The mummies, as we shall re fer to them, were found in Sinkiang, also known as the Uighur Autonomous Region, located north of Tibet and southwest of Mongolia, in an area that has been claimed by China since the 19th century.
The bodies are those of white people, who did not undergo an Egyptian-style mummification process but were preserved by the extreme dryness of the local climate.
These archaeological finds demonstrate a very ancient Aryan (Indo-European) presence in an area we now call part of China, which may have been responsible for the transmission of chariot use, metallurgy and weaving techniques to the various other peoples of the region, including the Chinese themselves.
It is known that the Chinese borrowed a number of words dealing with wheels and chariots from Indo-European sources. Archaeology tells us that the art of making spoked wheels, and thus chariots light enough to be drawn by horses, was developed at the western end of Asia, around the southern Urals, in the third and early second millenia B.C. We do not know for certain that the mummy people used chariots, but given the known facts, it seems likely that they did, and that they transmitted this know-how to the Shan tribe of Chinese. There is no doubt that a sizable chunk of ancient Chinese vocabulary came from Indo-European—not only to do with chariotry, but also in architecture, divination, healing and other matters.
Continuing excavation turned up a few bronze trinkets, plus the marks left by metal tools used to shape wood found in the mummy graves. Since it is believed the bronze age began in the Near East around 3000 B.C., a date of 2000 B.C. would tally for a bronze age site in the Tarim Basin. Current archaeological evidence indicates that the bronze age in "China proper" didn't get under way until nearly 1500 B.C. If the use of bronze began centuries earlier in the Tarim country next door, it throws into doubt the doctrine that Chinese civilization grew up entirely separately from Near Eastern innovation on all fronts, that the Chinese invented such seminal crafts as metalworking and writing quite independently.
Unfortunately the mummy people put little in the way of metal or pottery into their graves, possibly having a taboo against such use of newfangled items. However, we have a wealth of textiles from the graves, and cloth and the words associated with it can tell many tales. In our own English language, such words as "weave" and "sew" are very ancient, coming down to us from the Proto-Indo-European language. Other words, like "felt," were borrowed from other sources along the way. The situation with the mummy people seems to be similar. Their cloth has survived well enough (notably from a series of mummies found near Hami, or Qumul) to show an uncanny resemblance to a series of textiles of the same age from Central Europe, woven by the ancestors of the Kelts, fellow Indo-Europeans living at the other end of Eurasia.
The Tarim bodies did not undergo a mummification process similar to that of the ancient Egyptians, but simply were preserved by the extreme dryness and saltiness of the climate and soil, much like the similarly misnamed Inca "ice mummies" and the Siberian (Pazryk) "mummified ice maiden."
Much mystery still surrounds this early central Asian tribe, whose name is unknown. Scholars have not yet been able to ascertain precisely whether these "mummy people" were proto-Scythians, proto-Kelts or both.
The earliest of the mummies found in the Tarim Basin can be dated to around 2000 B.C., that is, before either the earliest Indic Mitanni kingdom in Western Asia (ca. 1600 B.C.) or the first flowering of the Indic culture in the Indus Valley (ca. 1500 B.C.). The mummies bear no records of their linguistic or religious status, and the Indo-European Tokhar ian (also spelled Tocharian) language of the region is attested from a much later date (3rd-8th centuries A.D.) than the mummies, which can only tentatively be identified as belonging to the ancestors of the Tokharian speakers. (See pages 8-9 for a sidebar article on the Tokharians.)
Tokharian is a "centum" language, un like the "satem" Indo-Iranian languages.1 The pictorial representations of the historical Tokharians, however, exhibit Indo-Iranian attire, while the To kharian texts themselves are related to the Buddhist religion, which the Tokharians may have been instrumental in conveying to their Chinese neighbors.
The collection of scholarly essays edited by Prof. Victor Mair in The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia sheds some focused light on the mysterious origins of the Tarim Basin mummies. These two volumes continue an earlier collection of essays edited by Prof. Mair, which appeared in the Journal of Indo-European Studies, 23 (fall/winter 1995) on the same subject of the Europoid mummies and their possible links to the Tokharians. The earlier collection contains some valuable studies by J.P. Mallory, D.Q. Adams and D. Ringe on the archaeological and linguistic affiliations of the Europoid peoples of eastern Central Asia and of the Tokharians, as well as an intriguing article by James Opie on the probable connection between the To khar ians and the Guti and Tukri tribes of what is today called Iran.2
The Mair volumes are unfortunately too technical for the average lay reader, who would profit more from reading Elizabeth Barber's Mummies of Ürümchi. (See our ad on the back inside cover.)
One of the scenarios explored by Miss Barber is that the Uighurs may be the descendants of the Tokharians, despite the language difference. (Uighurs speak a Turkic language; Tokharians of course used an Indo-European tongue.)
1 What have sometimes been called the "western" and "eastern" groups of the Aryan family of languages are distinguished, roughly, by their use of "c" (pronounced "k") in the west or "s" in the east, in words like "centum"/ "satem" (from the Avestan, pronounced "shatem") (= "hundred"). Most linguists no longer automatically divide the family in two in this way, partly because they wish to avoid implying the Indo-Europeans underwent an early split into two branches—although the terms are still used. Also, this trait is only one of several patterns that cut across the lines of the 11 or so different subfamilies of Indo-European.—Ed.
2These people were called, in ancient Greek records, the Getae.
The Mummies of Ürümchi, Elizabeth W. Barber, W.W. Norton & Co., New York, 1999.
The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia, two vols., clothbound, 899 pp., ed. V.H. Mair, Institute for the Study of Man, 1133 13th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20005, 1998.
The Silent Past, Ivar Lissnar, G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1962.
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Three people have been killed and more than 20 injured in violence in the city of Urumqi in China's restive Xinjiang region, state media says.
Xinhua news agency said police restored order after demonstrators attacked passers-by and set fire to vehicles. Xinhua did not say how many people were involved or what their motive was.
But activists and eyewitnesses said that those involved in the unrest were minority Muslim Uighurs. An overnight curfew has been declared. Xinjiang is home to about eight million Uighurs, some of whom want independence.
"It started as a few hundred, and then there were easily over 1,000 involved," one unidentified eyewitness told Reuters news agency.
Friday, 3 July 2009
Reported by Derrick MacThomas
SUPPORT OUR WHITE BROTHER HAL TURNER
US white rights radio host Hal Turner has been arrested by the FBI agents of the New World Order and cast into a ZOG dungeon. It is essential that white patriots all over the world unite to give Turner whatever aid they can. Any one of us could be next. Also, Australian Government caves in to big supermarket chains to kill promised price watch website. All this and more..
The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas. This edition can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
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BANKERS EXPLOIT DESPERATE WORKERS...AGAIN.
As wages are falling, thousands of jobs are being lost and there are more people homeless than since the Great Depression, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia has increased its home loan interest rate. Other banks will likely follow. Also, more on Lebanese, black and Pacific Islander violence against Indian students and a jelly judge who has let two paedophiles walk free from his court. .
The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas. This edition can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
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Wednesday, 1 July 2009
My good friend The General has just sent me another amusing snippet from the local rag in his area. Interestingly enough he tells me of someone he knows who wrote to the editor of the paper a couple of years ago and the letters published but nothing was ever done about the problem. However since that same person has now stood locally for the BNP and achieved ground shaking support in two elections, not surprisingly there is a sudden flurry of activity to resolve the problem by the town, parish and district councils.
Dog shit causing a stink at beauty spots
DAVENTRY District Council (DDC) will 'step up' (no pun intended I'm sure) patrols by its dog warden following problems with dog mess at two beauty spots in the town.
The move follows a parish liaison meeting held by DDC on Wednesday last week (June 17) when Borough Hill and Daventry Country Park were named as two areas suffering with problems with irresponsible dog owners failing to clean up after their pets.
As well as increasing patrols around Borough Hill, dog bins at the Country Park will be inspected and a review is under way looking at the provision of bins across the district.
Tony Gillet, corporate manager for environmental protection at DDC, said: "Following reports of a dog fouling issue at Borough Hill we are stepping up our dog warden patrols in that particular area.
"We are in the process of reviewing the dog and litter bins across the district to ascertain whether they are in the right positions for their most effective use.
"We take dog fouling very seriously and our warden will enforce the law, however we must stress that it is the responsibility of individual dog owners to comply with the law and clean up after their dogs."
Although a hundred Daventry jokes spring immediately to mind I will resist the temptation :)
The General informs me that if they simply let him stroll around with his shotgun for an afternoon he will solve the problem at no cost to the ratepayers. Sounds like an offer too good to miss to me.....
Firstly, the stomach bug I woke up with this morning meaning my first day back on the job after a long weekend was a non starter, my 'boss' is NOT going to happy since this is the second time this has happened in as many months.
Second, people who begin every sentence with the preamble "I'm not racist but" like the bloke I met at the pharmacy as I walked out with my Imodium this afternoon and who must have said "I'm not racist but" at least five times in his opening sentence. I just had to interrupt him and say "Look Graham, I'm sorry to sound curt dear boy, but what the fuck is it exactly your trying to say?."
"We've been laid off Colonel" he said "and those Poles have been set on instead". "I'm not racist but___but___ it's not right really is it?."
Some folks are bloody hard work aren't they?. And they are EVERYWHERE !!!!.
Following on from This story which appeared on March 30th. British National Party sleazebuster Mick Barnbrook has taken yet another scalp with the announcement that Labour MP Harry Cohen (Pictured) is to step down at the next election due to allegations of expense fiddling.
Mr Barnbrook, a former Metropolitan police inspector, who is also the BNP’s spokesman on police matters, was the one who first raised the entire issue of expense fiddling with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards when he complained about Tory MP Derek Conway.
It was that complaint which resulted in the first review of MPs’ expenses. Since then, Mr Barnbrook has overseen the downfall of at least two other senior members of the Westminster gang, and has lodged complaints against a further 19 with the commissioner.
Mr Cohen, MP for Wanstead and Leyton, is one of the 19, and has directly attributed his decision to stand down as an MP at the next election to Mr Barnbrook’s complaints.
“A major influence has been recent events around Parliamentary expenses,” Mr Cohen told a newspaper.
“I am still awaiting my name to be cleared both by the Press Complaints Commission and the Commissioner for Parliamentary Standards after a complaint was lodged against me by a BNP member,” Mr Cohen said.
Mr Barnbrook has also requested the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police to investigate Mr Cohen because he believes the matter is so clear-cut as to warrant criminal charges.
”Members of Parliament are able to claim up to £24,006 a year for a second home in order to be near to the House of Commons to vote,” Mr Barnbrook explained.
“Mr Cohen has nominated a one bedroom house seventy miles from his constituency in Colchester as his main home, rather than a big house he owns in his constituency of Leyton and Wanstead.
“By doing this he is able to claim the full additional costs allowance of £24,006 on the bigger house in Leyton, by nominating it as his second home. If he had nominated the one bedroom house in Colchester as his second home, the amount of money he would have been able to claim in additional costs allowance would have been substantially less.
“Mr Cohen is on record as saying that he lives in Leyton and only visits the house in Colchester on some weekends.
Mr Barnbrook pointed out that Mr Cohen has claimed the full additional costs allowance since 1990. “If this is correct it means he has claimed £310,714 in total.”
One down, 18 to go, concluded a satisfied Mr Barnbrook.