YES, the murderer who just killed 2 NYC cops is a Muslim. His name is ‘Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley’

According to police reports and his Facebook page, he was a Muslim. Thankfully, now, he is a dead Muslim. Reports say it was a revenge mission for Eric Garner & Michael Brown.


According to his Facebook page, Brinsley speaks Arabic. His favorite quotation on his page is: The Foot You Step On Today Could Be Connected To The The Ass You May Have To Kiss Tomorrow. On his Facebook page he went by the moniker “Bleau Barracuda.” According to an arrest sheet for Brinsley from 2007 in Georgia, his middle name is Abdullah. In that incident, Brinsley was accused of criminal trespass. 


Ismaaiyl Brinsley shot and killed two NYPD officers before committing suicide in Brooklyn’s Bed Stuy neighborhood just before 3 p.m. on December 20. He’s believed to have walked up to the cop’s patrol car and opened fire, “execution” style. The murdered cops have been named as officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.

He’s believed to have walked up to the cop’s patrol car and opened fire, “execution” style. After the shooting, he took his own life. Brinsley, 28, ran to the platform of a Subway station on Marcy Avenue and killed himself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, reports NBC New York. He was taken to a Brooklyn hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Police recovered a silver handgun from his death scene.

One of his last Instagram posts included lyrics to the 50 Cent song “Green Lantern,” never had a hot gun on your waist and blood on your shoe…n*gger you ain’t been through what I been through you not like me and I’m not like you.” The post included the hashtags, “#BrooklynGoHard #ConeyIsland,” reports the New York Post. The next showed a picture of a silver handgun with the words “I’m putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours…Let’s take 2 of theirs.” It included the hashtags “#shootthepolice” as well as references to Michael Brown and Eric Garner.



From his Facebook page:


 This is where this Muslim killer looks his best:





AUSTRALIA: Anti-Islam patriots hassled at Martin Place memorial

Sydney leftists paying their respects to the Muslim terrorist siege victims shouted down a group of anti-Islam protesters who appeared at the memorial Friday. Four men waving Australian and Southern Cross flags shouted slogans including “Islam is evil” and “not all cultures are equal – Islam is inferior.”


SMH  The men also accused Muslims of being “murderers” and supporting female genital mutilation, according to a witness. The group bore signs proclaiming: “Muslim terrorists not wanted here – neither are their leftist supporters”, “Tony Abbott – Will you protect us from multiculturalism?” and “We didn’t start the fire!”

One of the men was Nick Folkes, who has previously been associated with the fringe Australian Protectionist Party and is now the chairman of the “Party for Freedom”, which calls for an end to Muslim immigration and “state-sanctioned multiculturalism.” (I know Nick, he’s a great patriot and anti-Islam crusader)


A post about the siege on the group’s website calls for a “tribute to remember the fallen” at 5pm on Friday, referring to Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson, who were killed in the siege.

Mr Folkes told Fairfax Media the demonstration was peaceful and that he received support from some members of the public. “We saw it as a tribute, mate, but it turned into a heated exchange with different groups,” he said. “The police moved us on. They wanted to move us on because…some of the Muslims and lefties didn’t want us there.”


Mr Folkes denied he was a racist or white supremacist. “Islam is not a race. We’re criticizing a political ideology that is totalitarian in nature,” he said. The Party for Freedom website refers to playing “spot the Aussie” in Australia’s cities. It criticises the national immigration policy, and contains racially motivated statements, including that Australia is “over-run with third world intruders”.

A witness said the crowd booed the men’s speeches and was universal in its condemnation of the tirade, except for one man who appeared to shout in support of the protesters. A member of the public confronted the men at about 6.20pm and the altercation was broken up by police, a witness said.

No doubt the writer of this idiotic note (below) was among the critics of the anti-Islam protesters:




WOO HOO! Queensland, Australia Bar & Grill puts up ‘NO MUSLIMS’ sign

This is a sign outside the Eagles Nest Bar and Grill in Longreach, Queensland. It reads in full: “2000 years ago Jesus Christ made headlines turning water into wine. The tradition continues…. We turn money into beer. (Sorry no Muslims).”


The Boycott Halal in Australia? No Way Facebook page has posted a report from a local resident:

“A friend rang them and asked if they had a sign out front saying ‘Sorry no Muslims’. He said ‘Yes, that’s right’. He was asked ‘What’s your reason for putting the sign there?’, and he said ‘Just, no Muslims’. When asked again ‘But what’s your reason for putting the sign there?’ he hung up.

“We were present when the call was made and confirm what was said. This is clearly discrimination and will be reported to the Australian Discrimination Commission. And it’s certainly unAustralian. Shame on you, Eagles Nest Bar and Grill, Longreach.”

(Any BNI readers in this area should make it a point to patronize this patriotic bar and grill. Have a drink for me!)



Isn’t it time for Muslims to stop blaming the media for “distorting the image of Islam?”

It is Muslims themselves who are showing the world exactly how violent Islam is which is no distortion.


Unfortunately, the author of the whiny drivel below is Huma Munir, a MUSLIM teacher in the San Antonio school distirct.

American Statesman  This past weekend, the world held its breath as a man MUSLIM who took control of a cafe in Sydney held more than a dozen people hostage for 16 hours.

The incident is deeply concerning not only because innocent lives were put at risk but also because the Islamic affirmation of faith was clearly visible from the window of the Lindt cafe in Martin Place. While Muslims around the world spoke against this atrocity and prayed for victims, they also saw their faith being defamed by a lunatic on live television. (But he wasn’t a lunatic, he was a normal Muslim doing what Muslims do around the world on a regular basis)


As the situation unfolded, I felt a familiar feeling of guilt creeping into my heart. (Guilt? HAH! More like “Let me cry that I am the victim of Islamophobia”)

I moved to the United States 13 years ago — three weeks after 9/11 (Timing is everything). Like many Muslims in America and western nations, I have become strangely accustomed to this feeling every time the Islamic State or another terrorist organization rises to power and takes innocent lives in the name of Islam. (Pretty much on a weekly basis)

Islamic State beheading victims

Islamic State beheading victims

But our guilt is not prompted by an offense. Rather, it is a product of bias in the media that puts Islam and extremism side by side in words and images (Islam is a form of extremism, as evidenced by the extremely violent teachings in the quran). During the hostage situation in Australia, several media outlets reported immediately that the flag visible from the cafe’s window with Arabic writing belonged to the Islamic State. This was later refuted by the Australian government. (That’s right, it wasn’t the flag of ISIS, it was the black flag of jihad, used by al-Qaeda linked groups like al-Nusra)

The tendency of media leaning towards sensationalism, when its priority should be to educate people, is appalling. (You call it sensationalism when you should be calling it educating the public about Islamic terrorism, a tenet of Islam) A study published by Christopher Bail, a sociology professor at the University of North Carolina, found that powerful organizations in America have backed anti-Islam agendas in the media since 9/11. “We learned that the American media almost completely ignored public condemnations of terrorist events by prominent Muslim organizations in the United States,” Bail notes.

(Because educated media organizations realized early on that Muslim condemnation of terrorism is a crock of crap, aka taqiyya – deception – as recommended in the quran when dealing with unbelievers)


But the media are not solely responsible for stigmatizing the Muslim population. I do believe that the extremists and incidents of violence across the Islamic world also promote a sinister image of Islam. (Ya think?) And as more incidents of terrorism continue to happen in the name of Islam, Muslims around the world are forced to brace themselves against a possibility of active discrimination. (One can only hope there will be more active discrimination as people realize you are the sworn enemy of the West no matter what you say)


After 9/11, the whole nation came together and grieved the loss of innocent lives. (Palestinians in Paramus, NJ and other parts of America were dancing in the streets and handing out treats) Among these people were also Muslims who faced higher rates of anxiety, depression and stress, according to a study by Mona M. Amer, a professor at the American University of Cairo. (Oh, boo hoo) The study shows that discrimination and racial profiling were mainly responsible for these disorders, especially among the Arab population. (Being an enemy of America is bound to get you profiled)


As a Muslim, I have felt compelled to defend my faith on numerous occasions. (That’s why you are hated) Through the humble art of writing, I have tried to show people a different picture of Islam (Fortunately, not many people are buying that crap anymore. Too much evidence to the contrary is widely available). I have quoted the Holy Quran’s verses that resoundingly reject violence of any kind.  (But I can quote many more that do prescribe violence)


I have quoted the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be on him), which blatantly put extremist ideologies to shame (Too bad they were all abrogated by the later verses (see video below), and the peaceful ones that remain are mainly in reference to other muslims). I have provided research that shows Muslims around the world are increasingly concerned about terrorism. (Only as far as the backlash it creates against Muslims)


But writing, unfortunately, does not efface the guilt in one’s heart. There will always be people who will discredit my faith,  whether it be the Islamic State through the beheadings or the opponents of Islam who ignorantly label it as a fundamentalist religion.  (We don’t need to label it, we only need to turn on the nightly news or open the link to BNI everyday) These people will always try and convince the world that my faith somehow supports these senseless tragedies. (You do)


With every new act of terrorism in the name of Islam, I feel as if my previous efforts to restore Islam’s image as a peaceful religion have been in vain. (They have!) With the hostage situation in Australia, I feel myself starting all over again, trying to separate extremism from Islam. It is exhausting. (Don’t waste your time, nobody believes you anymore)


Muslims who believe in peace should not have to live this way.  I am a peaceful citizen like many other law-abiding Muslims residing in the West and other parts of the world, seeking peace and security. (Yes, you are, but only while your population numbers are still low) I want to feel normal again. I deserve to feel normal again. I hope one day I can live in a world where Muslims don’t have to feel stigmatized. (Hey, bitch, there are 56 Muslim countries you can live in to feel that way. Pick one and go there)


But I am not the only one suffering. People who believe in peace all over the world have suffered from the trauma of incidents like the Sydney siege. (Can’t argue with you there, Muslims are attacking people all over the world) I know in the end, we won’t let these attacks break our spirit. When an Australian started the “I’ll ride with you” hashtag on Twitter (quickly proven to have been based on a lie) to counter discrimination against Muslims following the siege, consoling thoughts from citizens around the world came pouring in (Good little ignorant dhimmis). The world was surely dark for a second, but light found a way to dispel it. (Only in your inbred muslim mind)




SWEDEN: Two car bombs, likely the work of Muslims, shake up the southern city of Malmo, known for its heavy infestation of Muslim immigrants

Swedish police say two car bombs have shattered dozens of windows in a multiethnic district of Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city. 

Sweden Explosions-1 Times of India (h/t Sujith)  Police spokeswoman Linda Pleym says no one was injured by Saturday’s pre-dawn explosions in Rosengaard, a district dominated by Muslim immigrants from Iraq, Kosovo, Bosnia and Lebanon. One car bomb exploded at the foot of a building, the other in a parking lot nearby.  It was unclear who was behind the two explosions and if they were connected. No arrests were immediately made. 

The blasts were the latest in a series that has rocked the southern Sweden city in recent months. Earlier this year, a downtown building that houses a court house, police and prosecution offices and a detention center was twice targeted. No one was injured.

Much more on the Muslim problem in SWEDEN


Muslim Baghead claims she was threatened in the Paris Metro…and nobody cared…Awwwww

As a Muslim woman wearing a headbag, walking in the streets and taking public transportation in Paris means I often face people’s stares. Sometimes I hear comments and whispers. I am a reporter, just recently assigned to Paris, but I have quickly gotten used to it. Still, I was unprepared for what happened next.


Daily Sabah  I was sitting in the last car of the Paris metro, in one of the folding seats close to the door. A number of other people were in the car, as well, though it wasn’t packed. Two stations before my stop, a large man strode into the car. He was about 6-foot-three (1.90 meters), and he had a big belly and long brown hair. He was unshaven (like filthy Muslim men?).

He stared at me. “P… de musulmane,” the man snarled. Fuck Muslims. Then there was silence. No one spoke a word. (Silently nodding in agreement, no doubt) I was terrified. Without thinking, I took my bags and went to stand in another part of the car. I could hear the beating of my heart. And I was trembling — not just out of fear, but out of anger that I was not able to respond in any way.


I am a small woman. The man was huge. And from the way he approached me, I felt certain that, had I answered back, I would not be writing these lines today. (And that would be  a bad thing, because why?) I took out my mobile phone and called a friend to try to calm down. The man continued to fix me with a threatening stare. (Ewwww…if looks could kill)

The train rattled on. The minutes felt like hours. But finally my stop came. I rushed out, turned, and used my phone to take the man’s picture.  He quickly covered his face, then flashed me the finger and started screaming.  “Fuck you, fuck Muslims….” he shouted. Somehow my courage returned. I found my voice again. “Rot in hell, you racist,” I shouted. (Islam is NOT a race, bitch)


Then he tried to grab me. I jumped back and, thankfully, the doors of the carriage closed, with him inside and me out. I burst into tears. (Oh, boo hoo)

This was no isolated incident. In France, 691 alleged Islamophobic acts were recorded in 2013 by the French MUSLIM human rights watchdog Collective Against Islamophobia. And 640 of those acts targeted individuals rather than institutions. (Good, the French are waking up) The overall increase from the previous year was a startling 47 percent. Things are getting worse, not better. (That depends on your perspective)


The human rights group said 2013 was marked by increase in violent acts, and the assaults became more physical. “During just the last eight months of 2013, 27 physical attacks were recorded,” the group reported. (Time to get out of France, muslims) And women were the primary targets, accounting for fully 78 percent of the victims of discrimination and aggression, the group said. Hijabi women — those who wear the scarf, as I do — are the primary targets for both discrimination and violent aggression. (You advertise your Islamic supremacy, you have to expect to become a target)

Translation: Being against the veil is being against Islam. YES!

Translation: Being against the veil is being against Islam. YES!

When I calmed down and had time to reflect, I realized that the scariest part of what happened to me not the behavior of the man in the metro. It was the silence of the others. They watched wordlessly as he insulted me, harassed me and threatened me. (They agreed with him)

But on this dark day, a ray of light shone through. While I wept and shook as the train pulled away, an elderly French woman approached me. She held my hand. “Don’t cry my dear, don’t cry,” she said. “He is just sick. He is sexist. You are a woman and above all Muslim. He is jealous. Be strong and don’t cry.” (Must be a stupid French leftist)

And that is what I am going to do — be strong. I will hold my head high. For I know that, despite it all, wonderful adventures still await me here in the city of lights. (And a lot more anti-Islam hatred)

French signs say "NO to Islamization

French signs say “NO to Islamization”


GREAT NEWS! French police kill knife-wielding Muslim in police station who was shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’

French police blew away a Muslim who attacked them with a knife in a police station while shouting “Allahu Akbar” (Our God is greater than your God in Arabic).

NewsRepublic  The Muslim cut the face of a policewoman at the entrance to the police station in Joue-les-Tours near the city of Tours in central France and injured two other officers before he was shot dead, adding that anti-terrorist investigators were probing the incident.


STATE DEPARTMENT spokesbimbo Jen Psaki says: Sony’s ‘The Interview’ and ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film we condemned are NOT in same category

State Department shill Jen Psaki denied any similarity between the now canceled Sony film The Interview, which mocks North Korea’s supreme leader, and The Innocence of Muslims, a film the State Department officially condemned.

“As we’ve noted before, entertainers are free to make movies of their choosing, and we are not involved in that…” (except when it’s an anti-Islam film)

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki

Truth Revolt When Muslim protests in the Middle East were blamed on a micro-budget film that negatively portrayed Mohammad, the State Department officially denounced the film, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton saying, “The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others,” and the U.S. Embassy in Cairo declaring, “We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.”

The department even went as far as buying airtime in the Middle East to air ads (see video below) showing both President Obama and then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton slamming the film.   


But apparently Sony’s’ The Interview—which not only portrays North Korea’s “Shining Sun” negatively but revolves around his assassination—is totally different. When word got out that the State Department gave their stamp of approval on the film (which the State Department now denies), the glaring inconsistency was too much for some in the media.

On Thursday, Psaki said that while department officials did meet with Sony executives during the production of The Interview, they did not actually give their official approval of the film (transcript via PJ Media):

We’re not in the business of signing off on content of movies or things along those lines. As we have — as we’ve noted before, entertainers are free to make movies of their choosing, and we are not involved in that.

When pressed about any comparisons between The Interview and the anti-Islam film—which the administration certainly got “involved” in—Psaki said she wouldn’t put the two films in the “same category”:

I would not put them in the same category, which I’m sure does not surprise you. We don’t have — it’s a fiction movie. It’s not a documentary about our relationship with the United — with North Korea. It’s not something we backed, supported or necessarily have an opinion on from here.


Once again, Dutch prosecutors will waste taxpayers’ money taking popular MP Geert Wilders to court for telling the truth about Islam

Leader of the most popular party in the Netherlands (Partij voor de Vrijheid PVV Freedom Party), anti-Islam Geert Wilders will be prosecuted for inciting hatred and discrimination after he led supporters in an anti-Moroccan chant at a post-election meeting.


Dutch News  ‘Politicians can go far in what they say, that is part of freedom of speech. But the freedom is limited by the ban on discrimination,’ the short prosecution department statement said. Wilders said in a statement at the time he would not take back his words and that he did want ‘fewer Moroccans’ and ‘less Islam’ in the Netherlands.

Dutch MEP Geert Wilders holds press conference in London

Wilders also said he would not allow himself to be silenced. The investigation dates back to a post-vote meeting with supporters in The Hague in March, when Wilders asked the crowd ‘and do you want more or fewer Moroccans in your city and in the Netherlands?’ To which the crowd chanted ‘fewer, fewer, fewer’. ‘We’ll arrange that,’ Wilders said, smiling, when the chanting died down. 

In 2010, Wilders was found not guilty of inciting hatred and discrimination at an earlier trial.  The MP said the decision to prosecute him was ‘incomprehensible’. ‘I have said what millions of people think,’ he told news agency ANP. ‘The PVV is currently the biggest party in the polls. That obviously does not please the elite.’



DEMARK: No surprise that 8 out the 9 ethnic groups with the highest crime/rape rates are MUSLIM


There are obvious religious reasons for this. Islam urges Muslims to beat, rob, rape, and kill non-Muslims, and denigrates and demonizes non-Muslims to such an extent that many Muslims find it natural to do so. Islam creates a psychologically unhealthy culture that spawns criminal minds.

(More here: Report from the therapy room: Why are Muslims more violent and criminal?)

Translation from Altinget  New figures from Statistics Denmark show huge differences in how non-Western immigrants are assimilating in Denmark. While several Asian groups have much lower criminal rates than Danes, ethnic groups from Muslim countries are always in the top half.

Graphics from Danish Statistics’ report on immigrant crime in 2014 are not much different than it was in 2007, except for the fact that there are many more Muslims in Denmark now than there were in 2007, which equals a significantly higher number of crimes committed by Muslims.



With crime rates in half for ethnic Danes, it is not the Chinese, Indians and Filipinos who are filling up in Danish prisons. Lebanese Muslim immigrants on average commit almost three times as much crime as Vietnamese. Both groups contain refugees. Among the nine ethnic groups with the highest crime rate is eight are Muslim. Ex-Yugoslavs are the only non-Muslim group in the top half.

Cultural Sociologist Mehmet Ümit Necef from SDU is one of the leading experts in immigration research and is co-author of the book Are Danes racists?. He regrets that the debate is so taboo that he “risks being slaughtered,” if you say that the differences between the ethnic groups have cultural reasons: 

Denmark“There are many scientists who are busy denying that crime has nothing to do with culture. This is problematic, “says Mehmet Necef and adds:  “Violence is far more widespread in the Middle East, and it may help to explain why ethnic groups from the Middle East commit more violence than Danes. Some see violence as a legitimate means of communication. “ 

Although both immigrants and refugees from Muslim countries are over-represented in crime statistics, you can not escape the fact that the cultures of the Middle East have been at a complete standstill the last 150 years, “says Tarek Hussein. 

Muslims burning the Danish flag

Muslims burning the Danish flag

Mehmet Necef provides specifically a crime as “honor killings”, relating to culture:  “It’s something you only find in certain ethnic groups. There are no honor killings among Danes, “says Necef and adds: “I am also sure that it’s something to do with the Muslim culture  when some ethnic groups are over-represented in rape statistics.















































Jiri Janecek, leader of Citizens Conservative Party of the Czech Republic supports the goals of Front National for the future of Europe

“We must unite and build a wall resisting leftist populism and immigration of people who don’t want to work or tolerate our culture” (Muslims).

h/t Vlad Tepes







NEW YORK Orthodox Jewish legislator getting ISIS-style beheading threats

Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder said he’s been looking over his shoulder since receiving a threatening picture in which his face is superimposed on an ISIS prisoner about to be beheaded.


Lohud (h/t TROP)  Legislator Aron Wieder, D-Spring Valley, said the chilling color image, in which his face is superimposed on the body of an ISIS prisoner about to be beheaded, was sent in an envelope postmarked from Monsey to his county office. He opened it while the Legislature was in session Monday, he said. “I opened the letter and I was completely shocked. I literally had shivers running down my spine,” Wieder said.

To anyone who has seen coverage of the recent ISIS beheadings, the image would appear familiar. There is a male body dressed in orange kneeling in a barren landscape before a man shrouded in black. A picture of Wieder’s smiling face is crudely placed over the victim’s head. The legislator’s name also appears in English text below Arabic writing. An ISIS flag flies in the background.

Though evoking the terror tactics of the brutal Islamic State, who sent the image and why remains unclear. Wieder, who said the name written on the envelope was “Moshe Muhammad,” also could not speculate about the image’s sender, but believes the intent is clear.

“It’s meant to intimidate and to shock,” he said. “If it’s someone who is sympathetic toward ISIS or someone who is hateful toward the Orthodox community is no matter. It’s equally disgusting.” In a statement Friday, Rockland County Executive Ed Day called the threat “one of the most vile and despicable renderings” he has seen.

Actual ISIS beheading photos of journalist James Foley

Actual ISIS beheading photos of journalist James Foley

Wieder thanked his colleagues and residents who have expressed their support and concern over the threat. “The message of violence and intimidation that was sent has been met with a sentiment of resolve to apprehend the individual or group responsible for the threat, and a sense of purpose to continue to serve my constituents in office as I have for years,” he said. “This threat will not deter me in any way, nor will it dampen my commitment to advance the best interests of all Rocklanders.”