About that SC mosque; not so clueless: MOA camp very close. Video

H/T Dorrie

It concerned me that the Rock Hill community appeared so clueless about Islam so it was good to get the info (h/t Joe C.) that this camp was so close to the town. A little more reading showed that there are 21 mosques in SC and this camp. No way the police and various other branches of government aren’t aware of the threat of Islam in SC. That they can’t, don’t, or won’t do anything about it, isn’t a surprise. Ditto the media. Terrorist Camp - York, SC

Terrorist Camp - York, SC

Russian Missile Deployment Raises Alarm

The Gog/Magog War Russian Missile Deployment Raises Alarm

Washington has joined Russia’s neighbors in voicing alarm after Moscow revealed it had moved nuclear-capable Iskander missiles closer to EU borders in response to the US-led deployment of a disputed air defense shield …….http://news.yahoo.com/russia-moves-nuclear-capable-missiles-closer-eu-154828459.html


How The Coming Cashless Society Will Allow Unprecedented Government Control Over Your Life

Econgularity, shorthand for economic singularity, is an ugly word I created to describe an unfortunate approaching moment in time when our current technological snooping prowess, the ease of big data manipulation and our sprint to a cashless economy will converge. This will happen in such a way as to permit governments to exercise incredibly powerful control over all human behavior ….. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101266173



Army to cut up to 4,000 captains and majors – Washington Times

19,000 to appear before screening board for early separation

U.S. Army training photo by Spc. Cody A. Thompson, 40th Public Affairs Detachment.

The U.S. Army is sending roughly 19,000 active-duty captains and majors to a screening board for early separation this spring, the Army Times reported. Up to 20 percent of those screened — approximately 3,800 officers — could be scheduled to leave the service by the Officer Separation Board and Enhanced Selective Early Retirement Board.

Officers with fewer than 18 years of federal active service will have their screening process done by OSB, and those with more than 18 years of service will see the E-SERB, according to the Army Times.

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