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Former Israeli Agent and Researcher: “Kabul is Phase One on the Way to Conquering the World”

Reported By Richard Abelson | Published September 2, 2021


Mordechai Kedar was a member of  IDF intelligence  for 25 years. The Researcher at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, internationally known scholar, columnist and lecturer, spoke to Italian journalist Giulio Meotti about the fall of Kabul.

“Kabul is pumping new blood into the arteries of the jihad and the results are seen all over the world. We must understand that the Islamic mentality is a ‘zero sum game’. When Islam wins, Christianity loses and the ‘crusaders’ lose. They always see a connection between what happened in the 10th century and what happens in the 21st century”, said Kedar.

“Islam progresses, state by state, continent by continent. Today they speak of conquering Rome after Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Church, while Rome is the capital of the Western Church. Having conquered the Eastern Church in 1453, they are now marching on Rome. We hear this clearly from radical Islam. Kabul is only one phase of a global plan. They think it is proof that their path is the right one. They think they have defeated Western culture, embodied by America, which wanted to spread Westernism in the Islamic world. The battle is always cultural, before one for the land or for people”.

Now in Kabul the battle is between the Taliban and the Islamic State, Kedar says. “I think the Taliban will win because they have a stronger tribal base. There is no Afghanistan, it is just a name that the British gave it. There is also no Afghan language. The Taliban may be more cautious in supporting al Qaeda against America. September 11 was the Pearl Harbor of the Islamic world. But the Islamic State survived the defeat in Syria and Iraq, it is now an idea, present in Sinai, Nigeria, Libya, Yemen, the Philippines, Khorasan … They will try to take advantage of it”.

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“It is the very nature of Jihad, which is not only a military war, but also a ‘strenuous effort’. And this includes both the military aspect, and also economic jihad: Like Qatar providing money to Islamists in the Middle East such as Hamas. Then there is a media jihad, like Al Jazeera. There is a political jihad, in which Islamists enter European parliaments, to fight those countries from within. And there is the ‘Hegira’ jihad, the Jihad of immigration, which is another manifestation. And we see it very well in Italy. The largest mosque in Europe is in Rome. And what they do in the streets of France, burning churches and physically attacking priests, praying en masse in the open. All they do is strengthen Islam at the expense of other cultures. There is a verse from the Koran, ‘Allah is with those who have patience”.

Europe, Kedar explains , is the final spoils. “The conquest of Europe by mostly illegal immigration and with a higher birth rate than the European peoples. And then the imposition of halal food on schools in the West, the attempts to silence church bells and the imposition of sharia law on public spaces in immigrant neighborhoods in Western Europe. It’s time to wake up, understand and take the necessary steps, before it’s too late”.

It’s time to wake up, before it’s too late

August 15, Kedar concludes, will be remembered in the Islamic world for decades. “Muslims have a great historical memory. It was no coincidence that September 11 was chosen as the date to attack New York, because on September 11, 1683, the Turkish armies were defeated at the gates of Vienna. And since then the Western world has grown stronger and stronger against Islam. September 11 was chosen for a great historical revenge.”

In June 1983, interviewed by Austrian TV, Pope John Paul II said, recalling the enterprise of the Polish king Jan Sòbieski who joined the Duke Charles of Lorraine: “You will commemorate the hour of destiny when, exactly 300 years ago, the city of Vienna was saved from the conquest that was looming, thanks to the joint efforts of Christianity … This very important event will remind today’s Christians of their common responsibility towards Europe ”.

Who today – which Pope, intellectual or politician – would deliver such a speech without incurring, not only an Islamic fatwa, but also Western ex-communication for islamophobia?

Giulio Meotti is an Italian journalist with Il Foglio and writes a twice-weekly column for Israel National News, where this article first appeared.

Richard Abelson is Gateway Pundit international correspondent. Follow him on Parler or GETTR.


HOLY WAR: MUSLIMS Stab 4 Christians Attending Christmas Mass

waving flagPublished on December 26, 2016

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Jihadis have been calling for attacks on Churches and Christians tortured-for-christduring Christmas. We saw that in Berlin on December 19. Now this.

Three Christians were attacked with a knife on their way to Christmas Mass in Bramois, Switzerland. A fourth victim was found dead, he was a relative of the other three victims.

From Gates of Vienna with the Hat Tip to French website

Christians were attacked with cold steel — always the weapon of Islam — for going to Mass this Sunday morning at Our Lady of Longeborgne, Brumous.[Bramois]

On the social networks, eyewitness reports speak of a knife attack against three war-on-christians02faithful of the Hermitage of Longeborgne — one of which was seriously wounded — who were on their way there.

One of them succeeded in crossing the roadblock made by the aggressors, and arrived in Longeborgne with his face covered in blood. He was taken to the hospital as soon as the police arrived. According to the priest, his condition was not worrisome, but another victim was reportedly found by the policemen on the ground and seriously wounded.war-on-christians

“There was no mass, for the faithful were stopped by a thf3swl93iperson who assaulted them. It was probably a sharp weapon,” said Father Francis, the rector of the Hermitage. One of the wounded was able to reach the holy place and was treated on the spot before being transported by the emergency services. Three people, two women and one man, were stabbed. The latter was seriously injured.

An update on has added another victim that was found dead:

Update Monday 26 December: Police research resulted in the body of a fourth victim, a deceased man, belonging to the same family as the other three victims at 15:30 in the bed of La Borgne.edb478d7ee505a0a80afe2b566eed237

These Christians were attacked on a holy day celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus. We keep hearing that ‘jihad’ islamic-state-chur_3234832kmeans ‘personal struggle’. An alternate meaning is the ‘struggle for Muslims against unbelievers’.

This is jihad. Obama and others of his ilk are so afraid of calling things ‘Islamic terrorism’ when they obviously are. We’re in a war, but we didn’t even have a say in the matter. The Progressives refuse to see that Islamists have declared war on the West in general and especially on Judaism and Christianity.






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‘ISIS soldiers are very easy to kill’: Danish politics student who fled Copenhagan reveals her experience after spending 12 months fighting jihadis on the frontline in Syria

waving flagBy MailOnline Reporter  |

A young Danish woman who fled her homeland to fight jihadis on the frontline has revealed ISIS soldiers are ‘very easy to kill’ compared to President Assad’s ‘specialist killing machines.’

Joanna Palani, 23, who is now back in Copenhagen studying politics and philosophy, went to fight for the Kurds in Syria ‘for human rights for all people’. During her year in the war-torn region she recalled the horrors she witnessed first-hand in an interview with Lara Whyte for Broadly.

On her first night on the front line her comrade – a Swedish fighter – was killed by a sniper who shot him between the eyes after seeing smoke from his cigarette. She also described the sickening moment she found a large group of children being held for sexual abuse by ISIS terrorists after liberating a village near Mosul.

Joanna Palani, 23, left Copenhagen to go and fight for the Kurds in Syria against ISIS and Assad's troops

After leaving Denmark in November 2014, Miss Palani first joined the YPG (People’s Protection Unit) and then the Peshmerga, the Western-trained and backed army of the Kurdish Regional Government.

The 23-year-old, of Kurdish descent, said at the time: ‘The Kurds are fighting for democracy and Western values. If I get captured or killed, I will be proud of why I was killed.’ She was constantly faced with danger but said she never wished she was home again.

In the interview with Broadly, she said: ‘I wasn’t taking it seriously when I first came there. But after the first attack I did. I took it seriously indeed.’ 

While in Syria she fought both ISIS militants and Assad’s troops, who have been known to attack with chlorine gas, barrel bombs and vacuum bombs – all banned under international law.  

Comparing the two, she said: ‘ISIS fighters are very easy to kill. ISIS fighters are very good at sacrificing their own lives, but Assad’s soldiers are very well trained and they are specialist killing machines.’

Miss Palani first joined the YPG (People's Protection Unit) and then the Peshmerga, the Western-trained and backed army of the Kurdish Regional Government

She told Broadly: ‘All the girls were under 16 – some were really young. I met this girl in the hospital we had to bring them to. 

‘She was a Syrian Christian and she died holding my hand because she was 11-year-old and she was pregnant with twins. Her little face was so swollen. It just wasn’t right. I remember the doctor crying and yelling at me and my first soldier.’ RAPEUGEES

For now she is studying in the Danish capital – but her mind is preoccupied with those she has left behind.

‘I would give my life for Europe, for democracy, for freedom and for women’s rights. I feel like I have been betrayed by those who I was ready to sacrifice my life for’, she said. 

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ISIS has sent 400 fighters to attack Europe, officials say

waving flagPublished March 23, 2016 Associated Press

In this image provided by the Belgian Federal Police in Brussels on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 of three men who are suspected of taking part in the attacks at Belgium's Zaventem Airport. The man at right is still being sought by the police and two others in the photo that the police issued were according to a the Belgian Prosecutors 'probably' suicide bombers. Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations Tuesday, killing and wounding scores of people, as a European capital was again locked down amid heightened security threats. (Belgian Federal Police via AP)

In this image provided by the Belgian Federal Police in Brussels on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 of three men who are suspected of taking part in the attacks at Belgium’s Zaventem Airport. The man at right is still being sought by the police and two others in the photo that the police issued were according to a the Belgian Prosecutors ‘probably’ suicide bombers. Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city’s metro stations Tuesday, killing and wounding scores of people, as a European capital was again locked down amid heightened security threats. (Belgian Federal Police via AP) (The Associated Press)

Updated identifies Najim Laachraoui as the third Brussels bomber: graphic shows suspects in the Paris and Brussels attacks that are believed to be connected; 2c x 4 1/2 inches; 96.3 mm x 114 mm;

•Updated identifies Najim Laachraoui as the third Brussels bomber: graphic shows suspects in the Paris and Brussels attacks that are believed to be connected; 2c x 4 1/2 inches; 96.3 mm x 114 mm; (The Associated Press)

The Islamic State group has trained at least 400 fighters to target Europe in deadly waves of attacks, deploying interlocking terror cells like the ones that struck Brussels and Paris with orders to choose the time, place and method for maximum carnage, officials have told The Associated Press.

The network of agile and semiautonomous cells shows the reach of the extremist group in Europe even as it loses ground in Syria and Iraq. The officials, including European and Iraqi intelligence officials and a French lawmaker who follows the jihadi networks, described camps in Syria, Iraq and possibly the former Soviet bloc where attackers are trained to attack the West. Before being killed in a police raid, the ringleader of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks claimed he had entered Europe in a multinational group of 90 fighters, who scattered “more or less everywhere.”

But the biggest break yet in the Paris attacks investigation — the arrest on Friday of fugitive Salah Abdeslam— did not thwart the multipronged attack just four days later on the Belgian capital’s airport and metro that left 31 people dead and an estimated 270 wounded. Three suicide bombers also died.


Just as in Paris, Belgian authorities were searching for at least one fugitive in Tuesday’s attacks — this time for a man wearing a white jacket who was seen on airport security footage with the two suicide attackers. The fear is that the man, whose identity Belgian officials say is not known, will find Abdeslam’s path instructive.

After fleeing Paris immediately after the November attacks, Abdeslam forged a new network back in his childhood neighborhood of Molenbeek, long known as a haven for jihadis, and renewed plotting, according to Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.

“Not only did he drop out of sight, but he did so to organize another attack, with accomplices everywhere. With suicide belts. Two attacks organized just like in Paris. And his arrest, since they knew he was going to talk, it was a response: ‘So what if he was arrested? We’ll show you that it doesn’t change a thing,'” said French Senator Nathalie Goulet, co-head of a commission tracking jihadi networks.

Estimates range from 400 to 600 Islamic State fighters trained specifically for external attacks, according to the officials, including Goulet. Some 5,000 Europeans have gone to Syria.Do you want

“The reality is that if we knew exactly how many there were, it wouldn’t be happening,” she said.

Two of the suicide bombers in Tuesday’s attacks, brothers Ibrahim and Khalid El Bakraoui, had no known extremist links until an apartment one of them rented was traced to Abdeslam last week, according to Belgian state broadcaster RTBF. Similarly, an Algerian killed inside that apartment on March 15 had nothing but a petty theft record in Sweden — but he’d signed up as an Islamic State suicide bomber for the group in 2014 and returned to Europe as part of the Nov. 13 plot.


In claiming responsibility, the Islamic State group described a “secret cell of soldiers” dispatched to Brussels for the purpose. The shadowy cells were confirmed by Europol — the EU police agency which said in a late January report that intelligence officials believed the group had “developed an external action command trained for special forces-style attacks.”

French speakers with links to North Africa, France and Belgium appear to be leading the units and are responsible for developing attack strategies in Europe, said a European security official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about briefing material. He is also familiar with interrogations of former fighters who have returned to Europe. Some were jailed after leaving IS while others were kicked out of the terror group. The fighters include Muslims and Muslim converts from all across Europe.

Fighters in the units are trained in battleground strategies, explosives, surveillance techniques and counter surveillance, the security official said.

“The difference is that in 2014, some of these IS fighters were only being given a couple weeks of training,” he said. “Now the strategy has changed. Special units have been set up. The training is longer. And the objective appears to no longer be killing as many people as possible but rather to have as many terror operations as possible, so the enemy is forced to spend more money or more in manpower. It’s more about the rhythm of terror operations now.”Mohammad-contest-piece-4-small-1_zpsr4tzeyvq-630x1024

Similar methods had been developed by al-Qaida but IS has taken it to a new level, he said. Another difference with these “external operation” units is that fighters are being trained to be their own operators — not necessarily to be beholden to specific orders from the IS stronghold in Raqqa, Syria, or elsewhere.

In the case of Tuesday’s attacks, Abdeslam’s arrest may have been a trigger for a plot that was already far along.

“This was not put together as a response to the arrest. However the timing of what has happened over the last few days has maybe hurried up the planning and execution,” said Magnus Ranstorp, a Swedish security analyst. “I see the link to the environments either in France or in Belgium. Whether they’re logistically linked … they’re probably part of the same batch of extremists that have come out of Syria.”

Several security officials have said there is growing evidence to suggest the bulk of the training is taking place in Syria, Libya and elsewhere in North Africa.

“To pull off an attack of this sophistication, you need training, planning, materials and a landscape,” said Shiraz Maher, a senior research fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation in London.

Maher has conducted extensive interviews with foreign fighters. The research center, based at Kings College in London, has one of the largest databases of fighters and their networks.

“Even if they worked flat out, the attackers in Brussels would have needed at least four days,” Maher said.

The question for many intelligence and security officials is now turning to just how many more fighters have been trained and are ready for more attacks.

A senior Iraqi intelligence official who was not authorized to speak publicly said people from the cell that carried out the Paris attacks are scattered across Germany, Britain, Italy, Denmark and Sweden. Recently, a new group crossed in from Turkey, the official said.

The latest new name to surface this week, Najim Laachraoui, turned out to be the bombmaker who made the suicide vests used in the Paris attacks, according to French and Belgian officials. Attackers used an explosive known as Triacetone Triperoxide, or TATP, made from common household chemicals. DNA evidence indicates he died on Tuesday in the suicide attack on the airport, two officials briefed on the investigation told AP.

Fifteen kilos of TATP were found in an apartment linked to the Brussels attackers, along with other explosive material.

The unidentified man seen on security footage wearing a white jacket and black hat at the Brussels airport on Tuesday remains at large, a fugitive link in a chain still being forged.

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Muslim Man on Terror Watch List Murders Four, Proving Just How Dangerous it is to Accept Muslim Refugees

waving flagBy / 28 January 2016

This past week Ali Muhammad Brown was sentenced to 36 years in prison after being found guilty of armed robbery in New Jersey. However, Brown’s case isn’t one of simple violence. The Seattle Muslim has also been accused of four separate counts of murder and of a charge of terrorism.Do you want

A Seattle man charged with killing four people in Washington and New Jersey in 2014 to protest U.S. foreign policy was on a federal terrorism watch list and wrote in his journal that he planned to follow the Islamic State group and “learn the ways of jihadis,” a New Jersey state prosecutor said Wednesday.

The details came out before Ali Muhammad Brown was sentenced to 36½ years in prison on an unrelated armed-robbery case.

The armed robbery occurred during the same time period as four killings now linked to Brown, three in Washington and one in New Jersey. Brown is still awaiting trial in all four slayings. He also faces a charge of terrorism, the first and only time New Jersey’s state terrorism statute has been used…

Authorities in Seattle have said that Brown described himself to detectives as a strict Muslim who was angry with the U.S. government’s role in Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan because of the deaths of innocent civilians and children.American women respond

What makes Brown’s case interesting as a case study in modern American law, is that he is a perfect example of the dangers we face in allowing unvetted Muslim migration from Syria and Iraq (and other Muslim nations). 

While Brown was not a migrant, he was already known to our government and even being monitored as a possible terrorist supporter. Even with this extra level of scrutiny, observation and watchfulness, our government could not stop this man from committing terrible violence on two different sides of the country! If the government is unable to even monitor the actions of one “known” terrorist sympathizer, how can we expect them to be able to protect us from the tens of thousands (hundreds of thousands if President Obama and John Kerry get their way) of unvetted Muslim refugees?How is Trump Looking Now

Our intelligence agencies have made it clear that they cannot vet every single refugee (See the FBI saying it here and Homeland Security saying it here) being allowed entrance into our nation, but still the Obama administration continues down this dangerous road. The Brown case is simply one more example of how liberals callously endanger American lives with government incompetence.

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Al Qaeda leader hints at ‘unity’ with Islamic State

waving flagBy Andrea Noble – The Washington Times – Monday, November 2, 2015

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In a recent recording attributed to al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, he calls for greater cooperation with the Islamic State. (Associated Press)

In a recent recording attributed to al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, he calls for greater cooperation with the Islamic State. (Associated Press) more >

muslim-obamaU.S. intelligence officials say al Qaeda has seen its standing as the leader of the global jihad movement “dented,” and regard an audio recording reportedly released over the weekend by the group’s leader as an attempt to reclaim its prominence. Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri called for “unity” among jihadis in taking on the West, encouraged strikes at the “heartland” of the U.S. and praised recent attacks on Jews in Israel in an audio recording released Sunday.

“Reports of a new Zawahri statement calling for unity in light of developments in Syria are his latest attempts to avoid being further sidelined” by the Islamic State, said a U.S. intelligence official speaking on background.

Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, also known as ISIL and ISIS, have feuded over territory in Syria and prominence over the last year, with Zawahri previously lashing out at Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and calling him unworthy of leading the jihadi movement. The al Qaeda leader does not endorse the Islamic State in his latest message, but instead suggests the potential for greater cooperations between the two groups.

“The Americans, Russians, Iranians, Alawites, and Hezbollah are coordinating their war against us — are we not capable of stopping the fighting among ourselves so we can direct all our efforts against them?” Zawahri said in Sunday’s message, as translated by Reuters.Islam is NOT

Another U.S. intelligence source said Monday that officials are still working to authenticate the recording.

In the recording, Zawahri also goes on to praise recent stabbing attacks carried out against Jews at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem — asking God “to bless these martyrdom-seekers who dare to stab the Jews even as they are almost certain that they will be killed at the Jews’ hands,” according to a report in The Long War Journal. He also says that in order to “liberate” Jerusalem, jihadis must attack “the West, and especially America, in its heartland,” according to the report.

In September, CIA Director John O. Brennan warned that despite the reach of the Islamic State, it would only take one grand operation to put al Qaeda back into the global spotlight.

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A LYNCH MOB: Is What You Can Expect If You Offend the Left

waving flagfreedom combo 2Written by Wes Walker on August 14, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-08-14 at 10.16.16 AMUnquestionably, in it’s day, Billie Holiday’s Strange Fruit, brought attention to a shocking aspect of human nature which — from time to time — rears its ugly head.

Lynch mobs.

Horrible things — crowds of ordinary people gathering together for one malevolent purpose: to destroy an “enemy”. And by “enemy” what we really mean is “outsider”. They are a blight on human society. Horrible as it was, by no means should we think that it is unique in human history, or relegated only to the remote past.

Still, today, such scenarios recur around the world.  Groups of armed thugs pick out an outsider, killing, harassing or harming them some other way.Christian Persecution

The obvious worst offenders are ISIS, and their “fellow travelers” like Boko Haram. Footage of civilian captives beheaded, forces even the most willfully blind to acknowledge that bad men continue do unspeakable things. We can’t dismiss this as a diseased feature of Radical Islam, either. Short years ago, mobs of villagers in rural India rose up and attacked “outsiders” (in this instance, targeting Christians), burned their homes and businesses, cut down young and old alike with machetes, and chased survivors into the jungles. Since they have body counts, these are obviously extreme varieties of aggressive mob behavior.

But, to be brutally honest, the root of these murderous instances of “mob justice” is not limited to people distant from us in history or geography.

If we look deeper than the slaughter in these examples, the underlying motive taps into something which — in varying degrees — is socially acceptable even among “civilized” society.

Long before arriving at the murderous rampage, a shift has to take place. In the murderer’s mind, the victim must be stripped of any privileges and compassion society naturally gives other people.

To destroy someone, you must be convinced that they are so completely different from you that his or her life doesn’t really matter. This can be done by cheapening all life together — or else just one class of people. Nihilism cheapened all life in 20th Century Europe. Similarly, the blurring of lines between animal and human life elevates animal lives (ie: Cecil) at the expense of the distinctive worth of human lives.

Clever use of formal language or slang can also keep harsh truths at arm’s length. Example:

Saying “The legal Abortion of 57 Million fetuses in America” has a far different tone than saying “The 57 Million American Babies murdered in their mother’s wombs since Roe V Wade”. (Which statistically is at least 2.5x the death rate in Nazi Death Camps.)

The second method of stripping away humanity is to apply adjectives to groups. To invent flaws, and magnify them until that’s all you can see. Refuse to believe that group might be composed of some mix of decent people and nasty ones — instead paint them all with the same brush. Make them cruel. Make them dangerous, and out to destroy everything you value. Make them into a problem that needs to be solved.Hate Merchants

From there, it’s easy for people to be mobilized into destructive action. Someone first justifies their actions to themselves, and then sways others to accept his views.Leftist Giant called Tyranny

Because of our own history, we tend to associate these things with race or religion. (And it is true that these have — at times — been leveraged to incite violence.) But these are by no means the only offenders. We’ve seen it with political rivals, their supporters and with economic class warfare. Picture1

> Recent news events have fueled “justified” antagonism toward Law Enforcement. Guilt is assumed, long before evidence is examined. (This leads to public outcry or worse.)

> Remember the bagful of Chick-Fil-A on the shooter who targeted the Family Research Council? FRC was targeted for having the “wrong” opinion in LBGT issues. (Maybe Dan Savage could try telling the unarmed security guard that “it gets better”?)

> A dentist goes on safari, and hires a guide to hunt big game. He came back to America, and had to go into hiding. Why? Death threats. These were incited by some who take issue with the killing of “noble beasts”. Let’s let that irony hang in the air for a moment.

> We saw incitements and threats for the Zimmerman case. Riots and threats in Baltimore. People taking law into their own hands.

> Guys like Farrakhan literally incite crowds to violence, facing no consequence, but “Thought Crimes” (like holding a politically unpopular view) can be grounds for firing, or sometimes even legal action.

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Trial by media is already an epidemic in our culture. If someone brought up charges against you, which would you want? Rules of evidence in a courtroom where you could face your accuser? Or some nameless, faceless, unaccountable mob? And if you would want it for yourself, you must insist on the same for everyone else, however distasteful the mob makes him look, or how serious his alleged crimes.

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