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MI6 shares the recipe for jihad cupcakes

3 June, 2011


This article praises the Brits for harassing an AQ affiliate’s online magazine. For those of you that have not seen “inspire” it is designed to look like a normal for purchase magazine not an e-zine. No doubt, this effort is expected to be downloaded and handed out in your local mosque. The articles are just rehashes of old jihadi literature and poorly thought out ideas on making mischief. Anyone”inspired” by that magazine would have to be an idiot but then again these clowns think that the pedophile mohammed was a perfect role model, so anything is possible.

More disturbing than MI6 wasting time to hack old websites and then bragging about it (alerting them) when they could be hunting terrorists, is the CIA protecting the same terrorists. It certainty explains US foreign policy and our refusal as a nation to react to Christians being murdered in the Middle East and North Africa and Buddhists being murdered in Thailand. Sometimes it is what we do not do that speaks the loudest.

By Duncan Gardham, 03 June, 11, the Telegraph

The cyber-warfare operation was launched by MI6 and GCHQ in an attempt to disrupt efforts by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular to recruit “lone-wolf” terrorists with a new English-language magazine, the Daily Telegraph understands.

-This “new magazine” has been out for over a year, there have been four issues.

When followers tried to download the 67-page colour magazine, instead of instructions about how to “Make a bomb in the Kitchen of your Mom” by “The AQ Chef” they were greeted with garbled computer code.

The code, which had been inserted into the original magazine by the British intelligence hackers, was actually a web page of recipes for “The Best Cupcakes in America” published by the Ellen DeGeneres chat show.

Written by Dulcy Israel and produced by Main Street Cupcakes in Hudson, Ohio, it said “the little cupcake is big again” adding: “Self-contained and satisfying, it summons memories of childhood even as it’s updated for today’s sweet-toothed hipsters.”

It included a recipe for the Mojito Cupcake – “made of white rum cake and draped in vanilla buttercream”- and the Rocky Road Cupcake – “warning: sugar rush ahead!”

By contrast, the original magazine featured a recipe showing how to make a lethal pipe bomb using sugar, match heads and a miniature lightbulb, attached to a timer.

The cyber attack also removed articles by Osama bin Laden, his deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri and a piece called “What to expect in Jihad.”

-Before you say great job guys, remember this magazine has been out for over a year and there is no way to know how many downloaded the real articles, copied them and handed them out.

British and US intelligence planned separate attacks after learning that the magazine was about to be issued in June last year.

They have both developed a variety of cyber-weapons such as computer viruses, to use against both enemy states and terrorists.

A Pentagon operation, backed by Gen Keith Alexander, the head of US Cyber Command, was blocked by the CIA which argued that it would expose sources and methods and disrupt an important source of intelligence, according to a report in America.

-The CIA supported the jihad of the predecessors of the taliban, looks like they still do. (more…)

Egypt Pulls Plug on Internet

28 January, 2011

Unsurprisingly enough, the Egyptian government is denying its role in pulling the plug on the internet.  However, considering that the recent uprisings in Egypt are coordinated via the internet, it is all way too convenient for Egypt’s internet service to suddenly go down.  Therefore, it is more than likely the work of the Egyptian government.

Here in the United States, Obama and his communist buddies are working overtime to control the internet.  This incident in Egypt is just a portent of things to come if America continues down the dark path it has taken:

Egypt’s Internet goes dark during political unrest
by Declan McCullagh – CNET

Egypt has gone offline.

In a stunning development unprecedented in the modern history of the Internet, a country of more than 80 million people has found itself almost entirely disconnected from the rest of the world.

The near-disconnection–at least one Internet provider is still online–comes after days of street protests demanding an end to nearly three decades of autocratic rule by President Hosni Mubarak. Those followed this month’s revolution in Tunisia, another country with little political freedom and high levels of corruption, and reports of overnight arrests and clashes with security forces.

Jim Cowie, chief technology officer at Internet-monitoring firm Renesys, said that at approximately 2:34 p.m. PT, his company “observed the virtually simultaneous withdrawal of all routes to Egyptian networks in the Internet’s global routing table.”

“Virtually all of Egypt’s Internet addresses are now unreachable, worldwide,” Cowie wrote in a blog post this evening.

A major service provider for Egypt, Italy-based Seabone, reported that there was no Internet traffic going into or out of the country after around 2:30 p.m. PT (12:30 a.m. local time), according to an Associated Press dispatch.

Al Jazeera English reported that the Mubarak government “denied disrupting communications networks” in advance of widespread protests planned at more than 30 mosques and churches on Friday, which is a day off in Egypt with banks and many businesses closed. (A spokesman for the Egyptian embassy in Washington, D.C. also denied earlier reports that Facebook and Twitter were selectively blocked.)

While the cause of the disruption remains unknown, it seems clear that yanking Egypt’s Internet addresses was a conscious decision, not the result of a fiber cut or a natural disaster. That means Egypt will be conducting a high-profile experiment in what happens when a country with a $500 billion GDP, one that’s home to the pyramids and the Suez Canal, decides that Internet access should be restricted to a trickle.

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Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20029862-281.html#ixzz1CLMRUCiX

Obama’s Meddling With Internet Puts It Squarely In the Hands of Muzzie Censorship Nazis

4 January, 2011

I’m betting that one of the first shots fired by this new international consortium will be aimed at Robert Spencer’s “Jihad Watch” website.  Just a hunch.

Then, if they succeed, the rest of us will be summarily lined up and shot for daring to criticize their murderous, pedophile profligate:

Internet Divided
J. E. Dyer – 01.04.2011 – Commentary Magazine

Americans paid little attention in September 2009 when the Obama administration relinquished the traditional U.S. role in supervising policy for the global Internet. The eyes glaze over, after all, at the profusion of acronyms and the allusions to obscure functions in uninteresting federal agencies. When the U.S. Department of Commerce terminated its exclusive policy relationship with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the tech world was aflutter, but the event seemed to have no impact on the average American’s interactions with the Web.

That is going to change. ICANN is now supervised by an international body, the Government Advisory Council, in which the U.S. has no veto or even any institutionalized leadership role. We have voting representation in the body today, and some unique legacy influence, but there is no guarantee we will always have that. In the planned restructuring of ICANN’s governing board, the U.S. faces being relegated to a defined region of the globe in which we will be one of dozens of European and North American nations vying for the region’s five voting slots. Meanwhile, another newly defined “Arab States” region will bestow five voting slots on a bloc whose membership is, in effect, the Arab League.

The Arab League has already achieved policy triumphs in ICANN deliberations, as summarized in December at the Lawfare Project website. The record is unpromising: if Western governments can’t hang tough on some of the very basic concepts they have waffled on, there is reason to doubt their performance in other matters. We can have no doubts, however, about the likelihood of the Arab states arguing for censorship and illiberality in Internet policy.

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Blogger taken away in Cairo

3 March, 2009

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This is a little more than a free speech issue. The blogger in question was pushing an islamic extremist message and calling for a public uprising. Doc and I have been accused by a few liberal blogs as calling for an American uprising. So while I am sympathetic to this guys plight I still think he is a jihadi scum sucking cockroach.

Just for clarity: while Doc and I do think obama is totally unqualified and incompetent we have never called for his harm nor called for a public uprising. The last thing we want is him martyred and an even bigger personality cult built upon his memory.

We continuously warn our potential gun grabbing authorities that we will never surrender our basic freedoms. While preferring to vote them out of office in 2010 that option is off the table if weapon confiscation becomes law. That is not calling for an uprising it is informing them of a potential problem. Nothing would make me happier than looking back in ten years and laughing at all of us that took steps to protect our rights. I would much rather feel embarrassed than attempt to rebuild and repair all the damage that pissed off like minded Americans can wreak on unprepared liberals. Doc and I are loyal Americans as long as our government is loyal to us.

3 March 2009, Gulf Times
Egyptian security officers detained an Internet activist who belongs to an anti-government group, the man’s colleagues and a human rights group said yesterday.
-Calling any islamic group a “human rights group” is a big leap of faith. (more…)

Israel: Psy-Ops Style Text Messages Sent From Britain

17 January, 2009

Some of the most vicious Muzzies commenters we have encountered on this website have I.P.’s originating in the U.K.   It’s pretty apparent to us that Britain is fast becoming a safe haven from which the Islamo-Nazis are practically given carte blanche, so we were not surprised to hear the following:

Text Messages Threatening Israelis Came from Britain

by Avraham Zuroff

(IsraelNN.com) Warning messages sent by SMS to Israelis not to enter Gaza originated from the United Kingdom, the British daily, The Sun reported. Checks of the code of the sender’s number identified the text message senders as originating from Britain.

It was initially thought that the Hamas sent the SMS messages to Israelis from Gaza as a means of psychological warfare. However, the British Sun states, “British supporters of the Islamic fanatics in the besieged Gaza Strip were assumed to be responsible for the scare tactics last night.”

Israeli citizens received on Wednesday threatening text messages on their mobile phones warning them from entering Gaza. The messages said, “Come on into Gaza, Lots of surprises are waiting for your sons, the least of which is death – Hamas.”

Israeli and British anti-terrorist officials have been unable to trace the menacing text message sender, as the line has been disconnected since Wednesday night.

“In the first second that you see it, you’re mainly surprised. What? How did they reach me? After that, it’s replaced by a sense of sorrow, anger, and intrusion into your privacy,” Nava Inbar, a Tel Aviv resident, told Ynet.

“It didn’t scare me. On the contrary. If anything, it makes me want to give it to them even harder. In my opinion, it is really a pathetic move. If they tried to arouse fear, they failed in their mission,” Inbar stated, adding that she has stored the phone number on her mobile phone.

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New Google-based Muslim Search Engine Hits the Web

14 January, 2009

www.MuslumanGoogle.com—Now fortified with even more essential propaganda and censorship for your little Muzzie’s shrinking intelligence.

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Muslim Google hits the Web

Hurriyet Daily News

ISTANBUL – A new search engine on the Internet was launched recently, but this time it is for Muslims only.

According to the Web site, it uses the database of the well-known search engine Google and is powered by it, but filters search terms in accordance with Islam.

It is stated on the Web site’s “About Us” section that the engine was built on the substructure of Google and anyone could build a similar site. Some terms are not available to search at all, while in the results for searchable terms, results about Islam come first. “The best search for Islam,” the Web site states on its main page, on which the color green, known as Islam’s color is used.

“This is a search engine to filter inconvenient results in search engines,” the Web site states. For example, a search for “alcohol” first lists results about alcohol in Islam. Meanwhile, words like “porn,” or its Turkish version “porno,” and the word “sex,” cannot be searched for using the engine. However, “seks” the Turkish word for “sex” can be searched.

The Web site also states that it has no affiliation with any individual or institution. Meanwhile Google stated that Web sites can use Google custom search to create custom search engines, but cannot abuse the Google brand or it will be disabled.

[Hmm…  Given the above Google-esque Mulsluman logo, one does wonder what constitutes an abuse of the Google brand…]

However, the site cannot filter advertisements about terms that are searched, but they have a solution for that, “MüslümanGoogle.com does not profit from advertisements,” the Web site states, adding that all advertising income will be donated to charitable foundations that send aid to Palestine.

[You know, I just can’t seem to find “Palestine” on the map. And, given that just about every charity that sends money to Palestinians seems to be funding terrorists, I’m pretty darn sure this money is going to be used against U.S. interests…]

The site can be reached at http://www.muslumangoogle.com.

Gaza war also being waged in cyberspace

13 January, 2009

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Regular readers know that Doc and I have supported Israel and condemned islam for years, the current struggle between gaza and Israel had nothing to do with it. Our goal is posted for all to see, we attempt to identify and expose all threats to our freedoms and our way of life. This should not be confused with attempting to alter public opinion or with military propaganda. Those things are done to sell an idea or theme. We call it like we see it, much simpler, less staff and no pay.

By SHASHANK BENGALI, 13 January, 2009, McClatchy-Tribune
JERUSALEM On the day that an Israeli artillery strike hit his neighborhood in Gaza City, sending a hail of shrapnel through his house and his uncle’s, Sameh Akram Habeeb went online and filed a bleak report:

“Thanks to God, we all safe but I don’t know what will happen next,” Habeeb, 23, wrote Saturday on his blog, gazatoday.blogspot.com. Readers responded with a flurry of antiwar comments from Greece, Iran, Tunisia and the United States.
-I have not visited the site but having read plenty of blogs I can hazard a guess as to what I would have found.

Habeeb, a softspoken journalist with a degree in English literature, may not consider himself an activist, but he’s on the front lines of the vibrant and at times hostile cyberwar over Gaza, a battle for public opinion that’s raged in seemingly every corner of the Internet since the conflict began last month.
-That statement discredits most of the comments; the current struggle has nothing to do with a love of peace or with Israel and gaza. This current fight is a simple continuation of a much bigger struggle that started over 1300 years ago.

An enormous number of people around the world are using blogs, YouTube and social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to register their support or opposition to the war. Thousands of images – from Palestinians under siege in Gaza to Israeli neighborhoods that have been hit by Hamas rocket attacks – have filled photo-sharing sites such as Flickr and Picasa.

It doesn’t get any simpler than http://www.israel-vs-palestine.com, where visitors can just pick sides. With nearly 500,000 votes cast, the race is a virtual tie, while the Web site’s server is overloaded.
-Impressive numbers but pointless if the people do not carry this fight forward.

The clearest sign that the Internet has become a propaganda tool, however, is the brand-new YouTube page by the Israeli military, at http://www.youtube.com/idfnadesk. Created at the start of the war, as of Tuesday the page had been viewed more than 685,000 times, making it one of the most visited on the site.
-I watch more liveleak than youtube but these types of sites will give you about as accurate of a picture as our own beloved MSM (sarcasm) all have an agenda. That is not necessarily a bad thing just keep it in mind if you decide to visit.

Since Israel has barred international journalists from the Gaza Strip, its YouTube page features some of the only battlefield footage available, and naturally it shows the military in the best possible light and Hamas in the worst. You can watch the Israeli air force blow up a truck that’s supposedly carrying rockets, see how Hamas allegedly rigged a school with explosives and watch Israeli soldiers admit a Palestinian child for medical care.
-In a battle of moral character between hamas and Israel, an easy victory falls to Israel.

Israeli officials say that it’s part of an effort to win the wartime battle of “hasbara,” or public relations, which many think that Israel lost during the 2006 conflict with the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

“If I tell you Hamas is shooting rockets at Israel, that’s one thing,” government spokesman Mark Regev said, “but if I can produce a video that shows them shooting rockets, that makes a very powerful argument.”
-They actually do not have to, islamic media is full of pictures and videos of hamas and other insurgent groups fighting against Israel. They vastly inflate their battlefield prowess but muslims always lie, that is to be expected. War is deceit.

With its highly wired population and large Jewish communities in the United States and Europe, Israel unquestionably has the upper hand in technology, just as it does on the battlefield with its huge military arsenal. So it’s not surprising that Israelis have used the Internet in innovative ways.
-They act like the Israelis are masters at this but we have all seen the beheading videos, calls for murder and islamic supremacy rants from well known islamic clerics. Muslims have played around with propaganda since mohammed was a gleem in satans eyes (more…)

Muzzie Hackers Attacking Websites to Protest Israel’s Recent Defensive Maneuvers in Gaza

31 December, 2008

Muslim hackers attack Israeli sites as Gaza strikes continue

Dan Kaplan – SC Magazine
December 31, 2008

Muslim hackers have launched a massive cyberattack, defacing more than 300 Israeli websites since the Jewish state began pounding Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip, a computer forensics expert said this week.

And operators of pro-Israeli websites operating in the United States should expect similar assaults to come their way, said Gary Warner, director of research in computer forensics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

“In the current situation, the hackers supporting Gaza clearly believe Israel and the U.S. are culpable,” he wrote on his blog. “That means American webmasters may wish to be especially vigilant right now.”

Warner called the spate of defacements a “Propaganda War,” in which the Muslim hackers replace legitimate content with anti-Israeli and anti-United States messages.

The last time a similar campaign of this magnitude was unleashed was in 2006, when thousands of Danish and American sites were either hacked or hit with distributed denial-of-service attacks. Muslim extremists were angered over satirical Danish caricatures of the prophet Muhammad that appeared in a number of European newspapers.

Warner said website operators must secure common entryways for hackers, including vulnerable programming language, forum or blog software, image programs and utilities, such as website statistic applications. In addition, they must prevent the theft of FTP credentials, which are used to access sites and load content.

Israeli leaders on Wednesday rejected calls for an immediate cease-fire and continue to pound Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip for the fifth straight day. Some 390 people have been killed, mostly members of Hamas security forces.

The assault comes in response to Hamas rocket strikes into Israel, which Israeli leaders said are landing closer to densely populated cities than ever before.

allah protects Doctor Bulldog and Ronin, thanks to protective fatwa

29 August, 2008

H/t to Willie Wonked, for sending this in.

This is a response to a 2004 question from a minion to a bunch of minion puppet masters (scholars) here is the question:

Unknown minion: “Respected scholar, I’d like to know the Islamic ruling on hacking web sites that serve the American and Israeli interests on the Internet”.

Now this is important because I get tired of the spam, the death threats, and offers of marriage from trapped muslim women, along with the email scams that flood my inbox. It seems muslims for some strange reason do not like me. Anyway, this fatwa will forever more protect Doc and me from the legions of minions that harass us.

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
-Ok, it starts out badly because I do not believe in “allah” but let us see where this takes us.

All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon His Messenger.
-Whatever, – rolls eyes –

Dear questioner, Thank you for your question and for the confidence you have placed in us and we ask Allah to enable us to render this service purely for His Sake.

Indeed, the Internet is a very great tool that should be utilized to serve the interests of the Ummah and present the true image of Islam to non-Muslims. Like other weapons, the Internet should be used to defend the honor of the Muslim Ummah and attack its enemies. There is no harm in this, for it is surely a part of serving the cause of Islam.
-Ok, so the net is now a weapon. I can live with that, I do get my share of scam letters and death threats. Occasionally I do get good news, I must have won a thousand internet lotteries. (more…)

Chinese Government Attempts to Conceal Olympic Cheating

21 August, 2008

This isn’t so much concerning the Chinese government lying about an athlete’s age, it’s more about the Chinese government manipulating data on the internet in order to cover up their lies.

Be sure to check out Stryde’s website and catch his latest battle in trying to keep one step ahead of the Chinese censors HERE.

International Olympic Committee launches probe into He Kexin’s age
August 21, 2008 – timesonline.co.uk
Tim Reid in Washington, Jeremy Griffin and Jane Macartney in Beijing

The International Olympic Committee has ordered an investigation into mounting allegations that Chinese authorities covered up the true age of their gold-medal winning gymnastics star because she was too young to compete.

An IOC official told The Times that because of “discrepancies” that have come to light about the age of He Kexin, the host nation’s darling who won gold in both team and individual events, an official inquiry has been launched that could result in the gymnast being stripped of her medals.

The investigation was triggered as a US computer expert claimed today to have uncovered Chinese government documents that he says prove she is only 14 – making her ineligible to compete in the Olympics – rather than 16, as officials in Beijing insist is her age.

[That would be Stryde]

Mike Walker, a computer security expert, told The Times how he tracked down two documents that he says had been removed from a Chinese government website. The documents, he said, stated that He’s birth date was January 1 1994 – making her 14 – and not January 1 1992, which is printed in her passport.

He’s true age has been a subject of swirling controversy since the Games began. Questions over her eligibility intensified after she edged out the US gymnast Nastia Liukin for the gold medal in the uneven bars on Monday, and was part of the team gold triumph last week. She also edged Britain’s Beth Tweddle out of the medals.

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