Visions of a Freeman - Brain Age - 27, November of 2016

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November 27, 2016

The Guardian trying to Plagiarize My Web Cam Design.
  
Out of Control - Razed in Black
  
   
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/03/neil-prakash-new-images-isis-member-arrest-turkey-australia
Islamic State

Revealed: the new face of Neil Prakash,
Australia's most wanted Isis member


Exclusive: new details and photographs emerge of the accused terrorist captured
by security services in Turkey

  
Australian Isis recruiter Neil Prakash before and after his arrest by Turkish border guards. Photograph: The
Guardian


Martin Chulov in Beirut, Ceren Kenar, and Paul Farrell in Sydney
Friday 2 December 2016 22.58 GMT

The first photographs have emerged of Australian senior Isis member, Neil
Prakash, following his capture and imprisonment in Turkey.

The photographs obtained by the Guardian show the accused terrorist with a face
that has thinned noticeably since he appeared more than six months ago in
publicity material as one of the extremist group’s chief recruiters.

Prakash, whom the Australian government believed had been killed in an
airstrike in Iraq’s second city, Mosul, in May, was arrested by Turkish border
guards on 24 October, in the southern village of Inali, the Guardian has
confirmed.

  
At first, Australia’s most wanted man claimed to
be a Cambodian national named Piseth Doung.
However, Turkish officials said they recognised
Prakash’s Australian accent and formally charged
him with terrorism the following day.

Since then, he has been held in a prison in
southern Turkey, where officials from both the
Turkish and Australian governments have
interviewed him.

Prakash featured prominently in propaganda
videos exhorting Australians to join Isis – an ultra
hardline group that proscribes as apostates anyone who does not share its
hardline read of Islamic tenets.

He was believed to have been killed during a US-led attack on central Mosul. At
the time, Iraqi officials said Prakash had been in one of the city’s banks, which
Isis had commandeered and was using to sort cash to be distributed around its so
called Caliphate.

Prakash was one of three senior Australian members of the group who was
thought to have been killed, alongside Mohammed Elomar and Khaled Sharrouf.
Australian security officials believe dozens of Australians have been killed fighting
in Iraq and Syria.
  
Images taken of Neil Prakash, one of Australia’s most senior Isis recruits, after his arrest. He
was previously though to have been killed after travelling to Syria. Photograph: The Guardian


After carving a swath of influence in both countries, Isis is now on the back foot
militarily with a sustained US-led campaign of airstrikes and gains by forces on
the ground shrinking the so called caliphate by more than 60% in the past year.

  
The loss of territory has seen the group’s
command and control slowly disintegrate and led
its leaders to focus more on controlling
populations than geography.

The switch in tactics has seen Isis send senior
figures to Europe and beyond where they have
been tasked with staging spectacular attacks like
those seen in Paris and Brussels, as well as lone-
wolf strikes like the truck rampage in Nice.

Prakash’s reported demise in May was at the time
heralded by the Australian government as a major victory against Isis. Australia’s
attorney general, George Brandis, said: “His death disrupts and degrades Isil’s
ability to recruit vulnerable people in our community to conduct terrorist acts.”

Prakash has been actively involved in attempts to compel Australians to fight
overseas and encouraging individuals to carry out attacks on Australian soil. He
entered Syria in 2013 and has featured prominently in propaganda material
disseminated by Isis.

The child of Cambodian and Fijian migrants, Prakash is originally from
Melbourne. He converted to Islam in 2012, and attended the al-Furqan Islamic
centre. The centre came to public attention more recently after two 18-year-olds
linked to the centre were charged with terrorism offences in 2015. It was
subsequently closed.

The Australian federal police issued a first instance arrest warrant for Prakash in
August 2015.

The warrant is still current, and Australia’s justice minister, Michael Keenan, has
announced that Australia has lodged a formal extradition request with Turkey.

But it remains unclear how Turkish authorities will respond to the request.
Prakash could also be charged with offences in Turkey, and local authorities may
still seek to prosecute him there.

Some defence experts have warned against extraditing Prakash, in part because it
could lead to him becoming a “totem” for local extremists in Australia.

Martin Chulov
https://www.theguardian.com/profile/martin-chulov
Paul Farrell
https://www.theguardian.com/profile/paul-farrell
arrested by Turkish border
guards
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/nov/25/neil-prakash-isis-fighter-dead-george-brandis-arrested
thought to have been killed
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jan/31/neil-prakash-australias-most-senior-operative-in-islamic-state-believed-dead

shrinking the so called caliphate
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/18/isis-revenue-drops-nearly-a-third-after-loss-of-territory-shrinks-tax-base
<Style 26>seen in Paris
https://www.theguardian.com/world/paris-attacks
truck rampage in Nice
https://www.theguardian.com/world/syria
Syria
https://www.theguardian.com/world/bastille-day-truck-attack
becoming a “totem”
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/nov/29/neil-prakash-extradition-risks-creating-totem-to-other-islamic-radicals

      
I AM SUING THE GUARDIAN FOR 100,000,000 $!!!

For the Crime of:

1) VERY SERIOUS DEATH THREAT.
2) ATTEMPTED MURDER.
3) Involvement of Two of My Guests.
4) Endangering the Lives of  My Guests.
5) Very Serious Plagiarism.
6) Very Serious attempt to steal My Intellectual Property (Piracy).
7) Traps in case I stopped reporting on what I was doing on the page.
  
Razed In Black – Out Of Control (She Wants Revenge Cover)

"Out Of Control (She Wants Revenge Cover)" as written by and Warfield/bravin....

With her high heel against the wall
Kind of dancing, though not at all
She had stockings running up to her thigh
Snaps her finger to keep the time.
From the back of the room I saw her there
I said she wants to be alone and I shouldn't dare
But then she noticed me glance at her
I had no choice but to dance with her.

[Chorus]
The lights they move sideways and up and down
The beat takes you over and spins you 'round
Our hearts steady beating, our sweat turns to cold
we're slaves to the DJ and out of control

I watched her feet move
her hips they sway
does a hair flip
and starts to say
'oh my god it's my favourite song'
I pull her close and she sings along
we can't slow down even if we try
If the record keeps spinning then so will I
She likes disco and tastes like a tear
tells me don't stop dancing and she's pulling me near

[repeat chorus]
The lights they move sideways and up and down
The beat takes you over and spins you round
Our hearts steady beating, our sweat turns to cold
we're slaves to the DJ and out of control

we've got no where to go
we've got nothing to prove
instead dancing alone I should be dancing with you
this song turning me on
the beat is doing me in
or maybe its only you
but either way let's begin

we've got no where to go
we've got nothing to prove
instead dancing alone I should be dancing with you
this song turning me on
the beat is doing me in
or maybe its only you
but either way let's begin

we've got no where to go
we've got nothing to prove
instead dancing alone I should be dancing with you
this song turning me on
the beat is doing me in
or maybe its only you
but either way let's begin

[repeat chorus]
The lights they move sideways and up and down
The beat takes you over and spins you round
Our hearts steady beating, our sweat turns to cold
We're slaves to the DJ and out of control

[repeat chorus]
The lights they move sideways and up and down
The beat takes you over and spins you round
Our hearts steady beating, our sweat turns to cold
We're slaves to the DJ and out of control

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