Wednesday, December 14, 2011

"All American-Muslim" (propaganda) - things that make you say hmm... they keep on being filmed on background of Lebanon flag...

Hmmm... so a high-school football team prays in Arabic to Allah before each game together....

Hmmm... they keep using the phrase "back home".... not referring to USA.

Hmmm... they keep complaining how hard it is to be a Muslim in DEARBORN MICHIGAN?!

Hmmm... how contrived is it that two main subjects of the show go to DC within 2 episodes... Hmmm... hey that's Obama?!

Hmmm... Lebanese Shiites... no one asked them about their allegiance to Hezbollah (inshalla none), or their "family back home" - their affiliation to Hezbollah...

Hmmm... a perfect world that Dearborn, all marble countertops and glitzy furniture, Muslims and very few (as shown in show) are Christians, and oh - wait ...

Hmmm... not a Jew in sight?!

Hmmm... what's wrong with mister McDermot?! Seriously, where did he go wrong in life?

Hmmm... what's that organization that lady went to visit in DC? What do they advocate?

Hmmm... let's not delve much on any subject that makes them uncomfortable... like - dear coach, what will you do if your daughters choose to loose hijab and date Christian boys? Oh - 'very disappointed', wink-wink, nudge-nudge, know what I mean?

Hmmm... this show is trying to give Muslims a better reputation in the USA? I think you guys are doing it wrong, just sayin'

Do you think the following image is offensive?

It comes from this page: All-American Muslim: The Perils of Propaganda

You be the judge.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Lays Truths Regarding UN Perpetuating Palestinian "Refugees" Issue

The UN was formed to foster world peace, it is however used mainly to perpetuate war...

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Arabs ask: Can Islamists be Democratic?

Answer, just as Democratic as the Nazis were. A great article.

Al-Arbiya: Can the Islamists truly be democratic?

(Lara Logan's terrified face, minutes before Islamists act as expected, the face of Arab spring, IMHO)
All of a sudden, many Arab and Western writers volunteered to testify that the political Islam movements are democratic and deserve to get an opportunity to rule. These suggestions cover some well-known parties such as Egypt’s Freedom and Justice Party, which is the official party of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Ennahda Movement in Tunisia, and the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, as well as the al-Adala Party in Morocco.

Most of those writers have mainly stressed the argument that Islamist groups have not been given the opportunity to work in politics and that the Arab Spring is an occasion to test their popularity and commitment to the democratic path. Of course, talking about giving them the right to participate is acceptable – it is a right that is given to everybody, not just the Islamists – but claiming that they are democratic, and that they did not get their chance, is fallacious.
For example, in Sudan, the Islamic Front, led by al-Turabi, participated in the elections in 1986; the Islamists won 51 seats in the parliament, which means they ranked third, after the national and the federal parties. Although they did not distrust the elections, which were free and fair, they plotted and organized a coup two years later, and then seized the power in cooperation with General Omar al-Bashir, who is still ruling the country after destroying its resources and waging wars in it.

Algeria has lived a different experience, one in which the military regime that ruled from behind the curtain had to organize elections after seven years of turmoil and protests, where Islamists and many others were active. The military cancelled the elections in 1991 when the possible victory of Islamists loomed in the horizon, but we must note as well that the moderate leaders of the Islamic Salvation front, such as Abassi Madani, were suffering from the extremist young leaders such as Ali Belhajj, who had the dominant popularity in the movement and was challenging openly in front of his followers, declaring a rejection of democracy: “No democracy and no Constitution ... but just Allah said and the Prophet said”. The extremists attacked cinemas and markets, so the militants seized the opportunity and declared martial law.

The third experience was in Palestine, where the authority approved the participation of Hamas in the elections in exchange for its commitment to democracy and the respect of the agreement signed with Israel. It won in 2006, with 76 seats out of 132, and was given the presidency of the government, but Hamas seized all the public services and expelled the Palestinian Authority from Gaza in a bloody battle.

Let us not forget the actions of Hezbollah, which is involved in the democratic work through elections from one side and imposing commands by the force of its arms from another side.

I am not against the involvement of Islamist parties in politics as long as they are prepared to respect the rules democracy, which has not happened, not even once, as I mentioned above. We have to realize that the nature of “ideologicaled” parties and political Islamic groups, intellectually and tactically, consider other parties as unacceptable, no matter how much they talked about tolerance and adaptation to democratic thinking.

I think that the Turkish experience is the best example to give for Arab countries that really want to give an opportunity for all popular parties to participate, especially the Islamist groups. The army can be the guarantor, with the importance of protecting the freedoms and rights that are always in dispute; the Islamists do not differ from the patriotic, nationalists and Baathists regarding the foreign policies issue, but they have an exclusionary stance against women and other religions and sects’ followers, in addition to the right of expression and personal freedoms, which do not agree with their belief.

Saying that the Islamist movements did not have their chance in governance, and that they are democratic, is not true. I presented examples of Islamist parties, such as the Islamic Front that ruled in the Sudan and Hamas in Gaza. There is also in the region an Islamic republic that is in absolute control in Iran, and Hezbollah is represented in the government in Lebanon and many other … All of them had good opportunities, through the elections such as Hamas, or by taking over, such as Khomeini and the Islamic Front in Sudan. Thus, we have actions that confirm that these “ideologicaled” movements pretended to be democratic but when they got to the verge of power they showed that they were just another dictatorial party that rejects the other and wants absolute domination.

By what I have mentioned above, I do not mean that Islamist parties should not be allowed to benefit from the Arab spring, though they hampered it and did not originally take part in the revolutions. In fact, I admit that there is not a real democracy in the region without the Islamist parties, because they represent a force that cannot be ignored and their involvement in the political process achieves two important goals: the first is momentary, which is ensuring stability, because the Islamist parties are capable of sabotage if excluded; the second is a long-term goal, where, through the practice, they can evolve their general political discourse and behavior and become decent parties that truly believe in democracy, not opportunism.

The problem today is the confusion between the dictatorial reality of Islamist parties and what they should be in the future, namely, democratic. Since the toppling of Ben Ali in Tunisia and Mubarak in Egypt, many people have been promote a theory that it is the time of the Islamists, who have been deprived of the opportunity to rule. And above all this, they claim that the Islamists’ image has been marred by the Arabs and the West to prevent them from entering political participation. The Islamist party leaders hastened to embellish their image for the Western countries, so they have issued statements alleging that they would not prohibit wearing bikinis or prosecute wine drinkers and would accept women in the general mandate and a Christian as president.

Of course, these speeches are public relations acts, and could only be believed by someone ignorant about the region or by the logic of the religious parties. If the claim of freedom of faith is true, it expresses the opinion of few leaders only, because the majority of leaders and cadres of these groups consider cleansing the society as their first duty, and it would not be long before they topple the tolerant leaders.

Arab societies are going through a difficult development that may lead to more dictatorships under the name of democracy, such as what happened in Iran, which revolted against the individual dictatorship of the shah, so that the dictatorship of the religious group took control. Therefore, we cannot settle for reading the intentions and believing the propaganda. If these societies, such as Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Morocco, truly want a democratic approach and want to give an opportunity to all political forces, including the Islamist and nationalist forces, then we should expect from them that they build a state, with constitutions that protect individual rights, and armies that believe that their duty is not to rule but to protect the democratic institutions and practices.

We can see in Egypt, and from the first round of elections there, how the society – military, politicians and rebels – has failed in the application of fair competition rules. Although it was forbidden for competing parties to use religion and mosques in electoral purposes, they all have used it, so they gathered millions of voters through thousands of mosques and media to stimulate people’s fear of liberals, Copts and Christians. As a result, the Islamists got about 65 percentof the votes! So where is the democracy?

(The writer is the General Manager of Al Arabiya. The article was published in the London-based Asharq al-Awsat on Nov. 7, 2011 and was translated from Arabic by Sarah Sfeir)

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Smart Diplomacy: Clinton blasted by Israelis for criticism of Israeli Democracy

Why am I not surprised? This is the same woman who stood by and let Suha Arafat make blood libel accusations, same one who let her activists tear apart the women her husband harassed. I don't understand how some American idolize her. I don't get it.

Interesting how this happens the same week Paneta "scolds" Israel and Obama proclaims in front of Jewish donors his so called support of Israel. Something is really off...

Ministers blast Clinton remarks on Israeli democracy
US secretary of state voices deep concern over wave of anti-democratic legislation, particularly bill targeting leftist organizations; criticizes exclusion of women from public life in Israel. Statements draw criticism by Israeli ministers

She compared Israel to Iran in Democracy and treatment of women. That's lunacy. She wasn't just off-base, she was maliciously off base.

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Panetta scolds Israel for broken ties with Egypt and Turkey, dead peace process

It's an upside down world - Israel is being blamed for being Isolated by hostile Muslim regimes, who have acted against its civilians' security and are making wild hostile proclamations. Now we know what kind of a friend Israel has with the Obama regime.

Panetta Scolds Israel on Peace Talks

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urged Israel on Friday to "reach out and mend fences" with Turkey, Egypt and other security partners in the Middle East, saying he is troubled by the Jewish state's growing isolation in the volatile region.

He also pressed Israeli leaders to do more to restart peace talks with the Palestinians -- "Just get to the damned table" -- and underscored President Obama's determination to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. He called Iran "a very grave threat to all of us" and said any Iranian disruption of the free flow of commerce through the Persian Gulf is a "red line" for the U.S.

In a speech at a Brookings Institution forum, Panetta said that while Israel is not solely responsible for its isolation, it could more actively attempt to reverse the trend.

"For example, Israel can reach out and mend fences with those who share an interest in regional stability -- countries like Turkey and Egypt, as well as Jordan," he said. "This is not impossible. If the gestures are rebuked, the world will see those rebukes for what they are. And that is exactly why Israel should pursue them."

It's great that Obama gets to fund-raise with Manhattan richest Jews, he tells him he supports Israel, they say we know and believe you, and that's it. Don't try to dig to much to ... you know ... that pesky thing called reality and the fact that it is reported over the news.

What about defining the "red line" as when Iran disrupts oil flow - rather than when they test/declare their nukes?

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Opposition to Iranian regime's press release regarding attack on British Embassy in Teheran

The sooner the Iranian regime is gone, the better for the whole mankind. Inshalla tomorrow.

Arrived on my email:

Iranian Freedom Institute
Confederation of Iranian Students
Press Release

Basiji-led Attack on the British Embassy in Tehran

As the U.S. and its European allies begin to impose effective sanctions on the Islamic Republic, the western democracies should anticipate that the regime will initiate more of these fully-authorized, staged incidents under the guise of a student movement.  The so-called students, of course, are plain-clothed basiji following orders from the regime. Even Moussa Ghornani, a member of the legal committee of the Iranian Parliament, admitted unwittingly in a statement that “the students who entered the British Embassy yesterday were members of one of the official and effective organizations within the regime.” The basiji “students” published an announcement in the Raja News (the official news agency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) that railed against the government of Britain because “this evil government had the audacity to sanction our Central Bank.”

The western democracies should take this incident as evidence that the recently imposed sanctions on the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) have infuriated the regime. And for good reason. The CBI sanctions will disrupt the smooth flow of revenue to the regime that is essential to pay its loyalists, the basiji, and the Revolutionary Guard Corps leadership.  The Iranian Freedom Institute (IFI) and the Confederation of Iranian Students (CIS) applauded the imposition of CBI sanctions noting that this is a major step in the right direction.

Contrary to the regime’s propaganda, the Iranian freedom student movement believes the regime has lost its legitimacy and has called repeatedly for its removal.  The western democracies should not be misled by the regime’s subterfuge. The Iranian freedom student movement seeks a free, democratic and secular Iran.  The Confederation of Iranian Students, in particular, has been at the forefront of this fight for basic human rights and freedoms that the Iranian people desperately seek.  Be clear on this point.  The Iranian regime, not the average Iranian citizen, is affected by the CBI sanctions and only the imposition of oil sanctions would have a decisive impact on the Islamic Republic.

IFI and CIS believe that the imposition of oil sanctions against the Islamic Republic will cut off the life blood of the regime – the revenue essential to meet the payrolls of its domestic security forces, the basiji and the Revolutionary Guard Corps leadership. The oil sanctions report prepared by the CIS presents a detailed analysis showing how a carefully developed and implemented plan, coordinated closely with the Saudi government, would cripple the Iranian regime and avoid shocking the international oil markets during the current period of international financial turmoil. In this regard, IFI and CIS strongly support French President Sarcozy’s call for international sanctions on the Iranian regime’s oil exports, and will continue their efforts to encourage the U.S. Congress to adopt bipartisan legislation toward that end. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Ben Eliezer: 'Israel should start preparing for a conflict with Egypt'

All the more reason to finish off Hamas in Gaza right now, and not delay too much taking care of Iranian nuclear ambitions. As 'Sultan Knish' put it, the crumbling of the Israel-Egypt peace treaty and relations signals the end of the so called peace process. It is an unavoidable disillusion.

Ben-Eliezer: Israel, Egypt on collision course
Labor MK and close friend of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak warns of Muslim Brotherhood's growing influence

Knesset Member Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, a close friend of deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, warned that the latest developments in Egypt indicate that "over time Israel will find itself in a head-on confrontation" with its Arab neighbor.

Ben-Eliezer (Labor) told the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Monday that Israel "should start preparing for a conflict" with Egypt.

"We are in the midst of an earthquake, and I still can't see it subsiding, definitely not in the near future when elections are on the horizon (in Egypt)," Ben-Eliezer told Yedioth Ahronoth.

"Today it is clear that for the first time in history the Muslim Brotherhood will win at least a third (of the seats in parliament). Islamization is taking the place of nationalism," the MK said.

According to Ben-Eliezer, "We are in a situation whereby no one can predict how the new Egyptian leadership will look like (following elections).

"We must take into account that we may find ourselves in a confrontation with Egypt. We already have a problem in (north) Sinai - which has clearly become terrorist territory – (because we cannot operate freely there) as we do in Gaza," he said.
Ahem... cough... cough... freely operate in Gaza?! And Gaza isn't a terrorist territory?!

Monday, November 21, 2011

UK first to cut ties with Iranian banks

Finally, someone is doing something.

UK to cut ties with Iranian banks
Britain is cutting links with Iranian banks because of 'evidence' they are involved in the development of a nuclear weapons program, Finance Minister George Osborne says.

'The UK government has just announced new financial sanctions against Iran. We are ceasing all contact between the UK financial system and the Iranian banking system,' Osborne said on Monday.

The Treasury said it was the first time Britain had cut off an entire country's banking sector from the British financial sector.

The move follows the latest reports from the UN nuclear watchdog which last week expressed 'deep' concern over Iran's nuclear ambitions.

And this move is now coordinated with Canada and the USA.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Report says Gaza terrorists now have rockets that reach Tel Aviv

My only hope is that when rockets rain on Tel-Aviv, someone will come to his senses and eliminate the terrorism nest in Gaza.

IDF Foiled Attempt to Fire Long-Range Rocket

Military reveals: A recently targeted terror squad was attempting to launch a rocket with an 80 kilometer range.

80 kilometers, and the distance from northern Gaza to Tel-Aviv is apparently 71 kilometers.

The best moment to strike Iran would be...

Right now. Oh wait -it didn't happen yet? How about now? Now? Ok then - now. Err... ok - 3 minutes from now.

You know what could be worse than striking Iran right now? Waiting for it a little bit more.

PS: You know what's worse? That over the last 5 years - the best moment to flatten out Gaza and kick Hamas out was - any moment, which still has not happened. And a war with Iran means a war with Lebanon and Gaza - cancellation of Egyptian "peace" - and probably a war on that front as well. And yet, the alternative to striking Iran right now is unthinkable.

Monday, November 07, 2011

Iran on brink of Nuke weapon

Choose your definition of Obama's failure here:

a. Failure to stop while dragging feet - will allow Iran to become a nuke power
b. Failure to act will lead to a new holocaust
c. Act too late while withdrawing from Iraq and Afghanistan - will lead to huge casualties to US, the Golf states, and to Israel - might be a long and painful war - perhaps world-war.

Better late than never? Like, joining WWII 2 years after it started and finishing it off after almost all of the Jews were murdered...
IAEA says foreign expertise has brought Iran to threshold of nuclear capability

Intelligence provided to U.N. nuclear officials shows that Iran’s government has mastered the critical steps needed to build a nuclear weapon, receiving assistance from foreign scientists to overcome key technical hurdles, according to Western diplomats and nuclear experts briefed on the findings.

Documents and other records provide new details on the role played by a former Soviet weapons scientist who allegedly tutored Iranians over several years on building high-precision detonators of the kind used to trigger a nuclear chain reaction, the officials and experts said. Crucial technology linked to experts in Pakistan and North Korea also helped propel Iran to the threshold of nuclear capability, they added.

The officials, citing secret intelligence provided over several years to the International Atomic Energy Agency, said the records reinforce concerns that Iran continued to conduct weapons-related research after 2003 — when, U.S. intelligence agencies believe, Iranian leaders halted such experiments in response to international and domestic pressures.

The U.N. nuclear watchdog is due to release a report this week laying out its findings on Iran’s efforts to obtain sensitive nuclear technology. Fears that Iran could quickly build an atomic bomb if it chooses to has fueled anti-Iran rhetoric and new threats of military strikes. Some U.S. arms-control groups have cautioned against what they fear could be an overreaction to the report, saying there is still time to persuade Iran to change its behavior.

Iranian officials expressed indifference about the report.

“Let them publish and see what happens,” said Iran’s foreign minister and former nuclear top official, Ali Akbar Salehi, the semiofficial Mehr News Agency reported Saturday.

Salehi said that the controversy over Iran’s nuclear program is “100 percent political” and that the IAEA is “under pressure from foreign powers.”

‘Never really stopped’

Although the IAEA has chided Iran for years to come clean about a number of apparently weapons-related scientific projects, the new disclosures fill out the contours of an apparent secret research program that was more ambitious, more organized and more successful than commonly suspected. Beginning early in the last decade and apparently resuming — though at a more measured pace — after a pause in 2003, Iranian scientists worked concurrently across multiple disciplines to obtain key skills needed to make and test a nuclear weapon that could fit inside the country’s long-range missiles, said David Albright, a former U.N. weapons inspector who has reviewed the intelligence files.

“The program never really stopped,” said Albright, president of the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security. The institute performs widely respected independent analyses of nuclear programs in countries around the world, often drawing from IAEA data.


Saturday, November 05, 2011

OWS turn to Israeli consulate in Boston

Inspired by Cairo demolition of Israeli embassy and siege of its 6 occupants?

So a group of communists, supported by radical CAIR Muslims, funded by Obama's ACORN, saturated with anti-Semites who boast their American Nazi affiliation - those people march on and invade Israeli consulate building lobby in Boston. How quick do all these anarchists from Cairo to Boston turn directly against Jews.

Side note: the Israeli variety of the OWS - the social justice - residential crisis protest - funded and led by same groups as OWS, that one is falling apart - as it appears many Israelis are not in ease sitting with people who refuse to sing the national anthem, have a problem with Israel's flag - and generally keep making insane proclamation - that's Daphne Leaf and her cohorts. (From this weekend's Israel Hayon edition)

More details about the incident at Powerline Blog, with video of loons: Occupy Boston/Hinderaker illustrated

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Google giveth, Google, taketh away

Over the last few months, I've been using Google reader to to quickly browse through many-many RSS feeds from sources I track, and with a click on a "share" link, have those headlines be posted instantly here on the blog on the "grilling wire" section.

Well now, Google "upgraded" their reader, and no more "share" feature. Sure, I had to hack the shit out of it to work (subscribed the share feed to feed burner, which in turn created its own widget to post HTML into the right side column...), but once I got it going - it was easy and beautiful. I don't have ample amount of time to copy/paste and snipe some sarcasm at every good and important piece of news I found out there. It's a shame, I really liked zapping away shared links. I have no intention to start blogging like crazy 15 posts a day just because I find the content important, I have a life - and the blog is not an income source.

I'll blog now and then regarding the ongoing Jihad war by Muslims and Arabs against Jews and against Israel here, and I'll post every now and then at about general US related stories. The pace will get slow though.

Gosh I love Israeli Shawarma.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Rockets keep raining on Israeli civilians, world still mute

I'm looking directly at CNN and Foxnews. (I'm disregarding the Obama fake news network known as MSNBC, or their sedated clone PBS, though - it's probably the same there, the networks don't matter anyhow) I have to dig hard to find any news about the ongoing war crime perpetrated against civilians.

Just in case you missed it: Ceasefire breached; rockets fired at greater Beersheba area

Well, its apparent that you won't see a headline regarding this on international media unless Israel responds. A terrorist dead is worth a headline, Israeli civilians terrorized, not so much.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Who wants a million to kidnap a Saudi royal's son?

If he'll pay a million just to have an Israeli soldier kidnapped, how quickly will he pay up any random for his own offspring? I believe this miserable excuse for a human being deserves to know what it feels like to have your family member held hostage by murderers.

Make it a Million: Member of Saudi Royal Family Offers Additional $900,000 for Kidnapping an Israeli Soldier
Not to be outdone by a Saudi Muslim cleric’s offer of $100,000 last week, a Saudi prince is raising the ante to a cool million for the kidnapping of an Israeli soldier.

Gazastan war criminals heavily bombard Jewish civilian neighborhoods across southern Israel

War criminals intentionally aim at residential neighborhoods, hitting a high rise in Ashdod. Earlier this week, an unprovoked attack was left unanswered by Israel, this morning Israel assassinated the war criminals in Gaza that initiated Wednesday attack. What followed was a continuation of deliberate targeting of civilian population.

No time like now to flatten Gazastan.

Rocket fire rocks south; injuries reported
South under fire again in wake of IAF attack in Gaza: Alarm sounds in various southern communities. Man hit by shrapnel in Gan Yavne; rocket hits school courtyard in Ashdod. Second barrage targets residential building, one injured. Islamic Jihad claims responsibility

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hamastan bombard Jewish Israeli civilians in Ashdod again

They promised they'll continue killing Jews after getting their murderers back from Israeli prisons.

Calm shattered in south as Grad rocket lands near Ashdod
According to Magen David Adom, several people suffered shock in first rocket attack from Gaza since Shalit release. A Color Red siren was heard in several communities including Ashdod, Kiryat Malachi, Rehovot and Nes Ziona

. Any reason not to flatten Gaza already?

Following Shalit murderers release deal: Roadside bombs close to Jerusalem

I believe the next stage in the Arabs war against Jews in Israel is to "Lebanonize" the Jerusalem area.

IDF unit hit by roadside bomb near Bethlehem; no injuries
An IDF unit was hit by roadside bomb while on patrol in Bethlehem. No injuries were reported. Security forces are at the scene.

You'd be glad to know, non of the released murderers repents, would murder Jewish children again:
Sbarro Bomber: "Why Should I Repent?"

Sbarro bombing co-conspirator and mass-murderess Ahlam Tamimi says she has no regrets and would do it again if given the opportunity.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Pass the popcorn: Glenn Beck takes on the Nazis' support for #OWS

Two links, both to Gelnn's own site:

* David Duke fires up the common sense machine (not really)
* What does America stand for? (Beck's opinion after conversation with a Nazi caller)
I loathe to bring you the actual David Duke speech, if you must go to the first link, you'll find it there, and explanation of Glenn's response. The second link has lots more, and for your convenience, I embedded the video below:

More videos before, after and around at The Right Scoop

20 Arabs shot by celebratory fire welcoming freed murderers in Gaza

The 'Palestinian' culture should receive its very own Darwin award. If anyone had died, would they be a 'Martyr'? And if so, would one of the women actually be subject to rape in heaven by 72 virgin male terrorists?

Oops: Palestinians Shoot Themselves (Literally) in Welcome-Home-Prisoner Revelry
The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) reports 20 Palestinians were injured in Gaza due to celebratory shooting-in-the-air upon the return of convicted terrorists freed by Israel in exchange for Hamas’ release of kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.


Thursday, October 20, 2011

#Gaddafi captured

UPDATE: Not confirmed, but claims are he was captured alive and died of wounds, including a shot to the head.

And now it's time for all of us to go back to not caring about that oil rich desert nation.... One evil dude to finally face consequences to his tyranny.

Gaddafi captured and wounded near Sirte: NTC official
Deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs near his hometown of Sirte at dawn on Thursday, National Transitional Council official Abdel Majid said.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Failed mass murderer to kids upon release from Israel: Go kill Jews

Blood thirsty monsters, proving once more - death penalty to all terrorist murderers and attempted murderers is the only way to achieve real safety to innocent civilians.

Would-be bomber tells Gaza kids to be like her

Female terrorist released in Shalit swap encourages Gaza children to take up terror, expresses hope some of them will become martyrs; Wafa a-Biss detained in 2005 en route to exploding in Israeli hospital

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Shalit welcomed by father and PM

He's home.

Benjamin Netanyahu looking on as Noam and Gilad Shalit embrace following Gilad's release, Oct. 18, 2011.
Fat murderers set free, half alive starving innocent young man finally seen by his dad.
Gilad Shalit reunites with family at IDF base following return to Israel
PM Netanyahu tells freed Israeli soldier: Welcome back to Israel. It's so good to have you home.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

1000 reasons to apply death penalties against terrorists in Israel

I'm looking through the list of terrorists Israel is about to release. I'm in tears. There are many murderers who have committed several attacks against civilians, including mass murderers of more than 20 people. There are people who have planned and orchestrated attacks. These murderers should have never been allowed to breath a minute passed their trial. This is a true sickening moment. Sure Erdogan's Turkey was happy to help here, but I doubt it was out of concern for the innocent one Israeli held hostage without the very basic human right maintained - nope, I'm pretty sure it was out of alliance with Hamas.

Enough with this disgusting approach, Samir Kuntar should have been executed, and so do %50 of the terrorists being released.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Shalit deal is happening, 1000 murderers to be set free

There are two good things about this that I can immediately think of:
1. An innocent man will be set free from a dark cave of evil, from the hands of darkness.

2. Israel will now have a chance to kill the murderers in the battle field instead of feeding them and providing them a roof.

And a special comment to the murderer Baraghouty who is dreaming of being the next Yasser Arafat: Don't scratch your head too hard trying to peel off that red dot that keeps following you.

Iran plotted to kill Saudi ambassador and bomb Israeli and Saudi embassies in DC

One might say that there's a certain failure in how this administration dealt with Iran from the get-go. Somewhat naive and misinformed. I just wonder if reality has finally slapped the incompetent in chief by now - or not. This incident deserves proper punishment to Iran, not the thunderous silence from the Clinton state-department that we can observe.

U.S. foils Iranian government terror plot to kill Saudi ambassador in D.C. and bomb Saudi and Israeli embassies
The United States has stopped a 'significant terrorist act linked to Iran which wanted to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Washington DC, as well as other attacks.

The assassination of Adel Al-Jubeir would have been followed by bomb attacks on the Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington.

The plot has support from the Iranian government and two men allegedly working for 'factions of the Iranian government' have been charged with the plot, Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday.

Relevant politifake:

Bombshell! Is OWS based in anti-semitic Adbusters, 99 and wallstreet code for anti Jews protest?

Rush Limbo right now discussed this on radio, and he is referring to an article by David Brooks stating the following:


Take the Occupy Wall Street movement. This uprising was sparked by the magazine Adbusters, previously best known for the 2004 essay, “Why Won’t Anyone Say They Are Jewish?” — an investigative report that identified some of the most influential Jews in America and their nefarious grip on policy.

If there is a core theme to the Occupy Wall Street movement, it is that the virtuous 99 percent of society is being cheated by the richest and greediest 1 percent.

Wow! A whole new insight into what's griping the left these days. A lethal combination of communist tendencies mixed with unabashed deep routed hatred of Jews. This cannot end well and is very ominous regarding the Democrat party and the current president involvement with these police-car-defecating white trust-fund-baby hippies.

Brooks article is here:The Milquetoast Radicals

Rush Audio link would be appreciated, perhaps I'll find some later today.

Thursday, October 06, 2011

LOL: Turkey invents disposable UAVs to punish Israel

Disposable, as in - one time use only, just like diapers. They stink. They were invented to prove that gravity wins. Here's a clue to Turkey - you can get what you paid for if you stop doing everything possible to treat Israel as an enemy nation.

Turkey Dumps Israeli UAVs for Local Drones - Which Keep Crashing

Turkey has grounded UAVs it bought from Israel, replacing them with a homegrown version - which keeps crashing.

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Commy Loony Wall Street Protesters Show Unabashed Anti-Semitism

They tried to create some impression with statements like 'just like in Egypt, Tahrir square, this is our spring'. Well, they followed Egyptian protesters in one very particular path. I've heard some audio on the radio two days ago and can't find it - of someone screaming and yelling about 'Jew Bankers', 'Take the rich Jews money' and other crap. If I find it, I'll link. For now - here's a video of some loon with some sign and someone for some reason confronting him. I think that this protest is basically a bunch of escapees from an insane asylum, lead by a bunch of commy union leaders. I just wonder who is dumb enough to say - YEA, THEY'RE SO RIGHT, LET'S JOIN THEM, except of course, the obvious crop of clearly lunatic persons seen on the videos.

Check out the loony comments on an official post on the organizers' site:Concerns about antisemitism(
* ...There is nothing anti semitic about pointing out the fact that Israel has too much power in our government, pointing out that they are carrying out a long term protracted genocide against the palestinians, pointing out that their assorted control mechanisms and games are part of the elites over all con scam against the people. However. All of those things are off topic to a protest environment and those issues are far too hot and complicated to be dealt with on the street
* ... with all due respect and with all the effort I can to make this statement as nonconfrontational as possible, the public has every right to be outraged at the owners of the US Federal reserve and unfortunately the vast majority of this highly corrupt institution is owned by people from one particular country.
* ...rarara, so you know, your witch hunt makes you suspect. I was there when we chased out a guy with a sign that said "Jewish Bankers", but I was also there when we included a guy who held a sign that said "Zionist Pigs".

As much as lefties roll their eyes and say, it's not us - it's a few bad apples, it appears too many are comfortable to be among the most obvious worst of them all. As long as you support the fricken fist in solidarity with whatnot socialism bla-bla-bla... Oh yea, that kill the Jews thing... ha-ha-ha, didn't really happen did it?

PS, I'm only assuming - these are the hard-core left die hard Obama voters the DNC is so proud of.

Monday, October 03, 2011

It's come to this: CA Gov signs law preventing municipalities from banning circumcision

It just goes to show how close was San-Fransisco to sneaking in a pure anti-semitic law on its regular guise of "liberal rights". Until one particular overt anti-semitic comic book surfaced done by the scum-bag who initiated it all.

Calif. Gov. Bans Local Municipalities from Banning Circumcisions

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Monday, September 26, 2011

During Palestinian UN Statehood Circus: Arabs Murder Dad and Baby by Throwing Large Stones from Moving Vehicle

This is actually a running theory, and the article (in Hebrew, auto-translated) mentions the controversy towards the end. Jewish residents from around where the murder occurred say there's video of Palestinians surrounding the vehicle, of stone throwers and that the victim's personal belongings including a gun were missing. Regardless, this case shows how lethal rock throwers can be. Haters will continue to downplay the poor victim Palestinians only using rocks to fight for whatever made up excuse they have to attempt to murder Jews. Rock throwing can no longer be underestimated. Civilians are murdered. A baby was murdered. This is the only goal 'Palestinians' have, even if they proclaim a desire for a state, for a 'peace process' or whatever. It's about murder of Jews.

While Abbas and Erdogan were spewing their anti-semetic hateful speeches, Arabs murdered this baby and his father.
Hebrew version of article: Here
English auto-translation: Phenomenon in the West Bank: Palestinians throw stones from vehicles

Netanyahu blasts Erdogan's UN speech

My only question is do hatemongers who go on the UN stage and exclaim lies regarding holocaust and the most vilest of anti-Semitic vitriol in their attack on Israel, do these leaders believe what they say? Meaning, they have access to accurate news sources, history books etc, and choose to exclaim demagogue rhetoric usually meant to incite the ignorant hateful masses to amass riots. Are they doing so to please their hateful crowds - or out of blind belief resulting from their relentless hate and therefor ability to believe any libel raised against Jews.

Regardless, a person who exclaims such vile rhetoric cannot be labeled any other way than an anti-semitic dangerous lunatic,and both Erdogan and Abbas wear those labels well.

Netanyahu terms Erdogan comments 'outrageous, false'
PM tells 'Post' that Turkish PM's claims that Israel has killed thousands of Palestinians and uses Holocaust to perpetrate victimhood have nothing to do with facts.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Abbas redefines ethnic cleansing in UN anti-peace speech

Here's a clue, when Jordan conquered Jerusalem, and kicked ALL of the Jews out, and took their property and destroyed their synagogs and cemeteries - THAT was ethnic cleansing. Silly Abbas, hadn't noticed Israel had not relocated a single Arab out of Jerusalem. And then he got huge applause and standing ovations, this is the level of absurdity international diplomacy and the loony UN stand for.

Abbas accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing

Mahmoud Abbas delivers fiery anti-Israel speech at UN, accuses Jewish state of ethnically cleansing east Jerusalem; FM Lieberman walks out during address, blasts Palestinian leader’s ‘speech of incitement’
You know who deserves standing ovations, sure - the guy who financed the Munich Olympics massacre of Israeli participants. The guy whose thesis to university in Moscow denies the holocaust. This guy. He definitely represents his hateful violent blood lusting nation.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Bill Clinton lies to blame Netanyahu for failed peace process, showing bigotry against Israelis fearing for their safety

There's no nice way to put it - Bill Clinton is a bigot, who basically hates religious Jews. He pretty much says so and is quoted in the following article:
Bill Clinton: Netanyahu killed the peace process
Who's to blame for the continued failure of the Middle East peace process? Former President Bill Clinton said today that it is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu -- whose government moved the goalposts upon taking power, and whose rise represents a key reason there has been no Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
"The most pro-peace Israelis are the Arabs; second the Sabras, the Jewish Israelis that were born there; third, the Ashkenazi of long-standing, the European Jews who came there around the time of Israel's founding," Clinton said. "The most anti-peace are the ultra-religious, who believe they're supposed to keep Judea and Samaria, and the settler groups, and what you might call the territorialists, the people who just showed up lately and they're not encumbered by the historical record."
Go ahead and read it all, I have the following comments to make:

Clinton omits several key facts. First one is that Abbas rejected a better deal offered to him by Olmert. It wasn't Sharon's stroke that caused Arabs to repeat refusing to sign any deal. Second, it is not demographic that shifted, it was Israelis that awoke to the nightmare that is the consequences of the peace process: Israel gives, and gives, Arabs never agree to full peace agreements and always reciprocate with terror and violence. Israelis are fed up and have wised up and abandoned the peacenick hallucinatory utopian lie. Third - even countries that have signed peace with Israel, and those who were in good relations, have let the crazy Muslims take over and have shown the value of a peace treaty and an ally in the Middle East. Israelis no longer trust any such treaty, or such allies. Having lost Sha's Iran in Carter era (and Carter was to blame), having bringing over the terror group of Arafat and his suicide bombing war into the heart of Israel over the Clinton years, Having one sided withdrawl in Lebanon lead to more death and wars and danger to civilians, Having the Bush years provide Israelis a glimpse into the future of West Bank withdrawal simliar to the catastrophe of Hamastan Gaza, having the Obama years yield loss of both Turkey and Egypt as allies and peace partners and Iran pretty much allowed to develop nukes without interruption - having all these things happen to Israeli civilians - Israelis don't trust Arabs, the US, its presidents or the world - and certainly not the Arab world - to sign a peace treaty and stand by it.

It's not Bibi, it's not demographics - it's reality. It's Kassam, It's Hezbollah, It's rockets, It's war, It's Al-Qaeda, It's the facts that Clinton chose to ignore because it was inconvenient to his argument. Israelis don't want a treaty which will lead to a second holocaust just so an American president could win a Nobel peace prize, and perhaps win a second term.

Peace isn't possible, because Arabs refuse to abide by any commitment to Israel. Refuse to recognize Jews' right to live, or right to self determination. Israel's right to exist as a Jewish state. No - Arabs want Israel to disappear, now or tomorrow, in stages or all at once. They say it every day. Some choose to lie to us and make Israel, Israelis, and our leaders the guilty side for their own agenda.

PS. Who moved the posts? Obama made demands that Israel stop construction in Jerusalem and agree to 67 borders - that was not an Arab demand to START negotiations before Obama made those statements! How is Netanyahu or Israelis to blame for that particular MISERABLE DEMONSTRATION OF INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY FAILURE?!

Pic of the day, why Saudi strippers suck

And by suck I don't mean the special deal you'd get in the VIP back-room....

Via Eye-On-The-World: Pole dancing takes off in Saudi Arabia

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

'Palestinian' Arabs totally pissed Obama objects their UN bid for a racist 'Jew-Free' state without signing peace

How totally dishonest on the Arabs' behalf to act surprised and shocked. They knew exactly what Obama would do, having pushed America into a corner. Sure, Obama shares blame for reaching this point, by encouraging Palestinian refusal to negotiate early in his presidency term - but it was wholly their doing. Abbas refused to negotiate, refused to sign peace, refused to talk to Obama - and then set this diplomatic catch 22 to a president who clearly supports the Palestinian cause.

Obama UN address angers Palestinians

Palestinian officials of various factions slam US president for taking 'pro-Israeli' stance in his UN General Assembly speech, accuse him of trying to win Jewish vote for elections. Abbas spokesman: US must pressure Israel to retreat from 'occupied territories'

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Great video! Whittle's brief history of the Arab anti Jews 90 years Jihad

Also referred to as the "Israeli Palestinian Conflict".

The UN though, doesn't deal with truth, facts, justice, rather the bastardization of each of these terms.

A moment before leaving Netflix, here are a few must see movies

These aren't just the "my favorite" movies, or by any means all of the ones I at one point gave a high rating to. The following links represent movies I put in a category of "Must Watch". Some are funny, some are sad, some action, and some mind bending in how they simply layout the truth. Hope you all enjoy them as much as I did.