Sunday, March 1, 2015

Is Obama's endgame to turn the US and Europe against Israel and Jews?
You don't have to be a political genius to see that one of Obama's desired outcomes is for the world to turn against Israel and Jews.

Does that sentence make me sound like a conspiracy theorist or paranoid? If it does it's only because everyone is out to get me.

For even the most casual of observers of Barack Obama's foreign policy and national security moves since taking office, one would have to say that the majority have outright failed and that, despite Secretary of State John Kerry's empty rhetoric and assertions to the contrary, the world is most definitely not a safer place today than when the President took office. 

JENNINGS: The Vietnam War Through Red Lenses


The Last Days in Vietnam is an Oscar-nominated documentary covering the very end of South Vietnam, in April, 1975. Rory Kennedy’s dramatically sad and horrific documentary is both difficult (for a Vietnam Veteran at least) to watch and a chronicle of American compassion and angst. The fall of a democratic society to Communist tyranny should be lamented by Americans, who sacrificed greatly in their defense. It is a film of pathos, frustrating and yet strongly uplifting at times as American soldiers, diplomats and newsmen risk their careers and their lives to save Vietnamese friends from the invading North Vietnamese Army.

Uplifting, unless you’re Associate Professor Christoph Giebel of the University of Washington, Seattle. In a review of the film posted to the website of Vietnam Scholars Group (sic) by Professor Giebel, the film is “dangerously simplistic,” and “much more of a commentary on current US culture—steeped in nationalistic discourses of exceptionalism, thoroughly militarized, and narcissistic—than a reflection of its actual quality.” In fact, the film “is the worst attempt at documenting the war (he) has seen in a long time.”

Aside from the obvious fact that the film is not attempting to document the war but the final American evacuation from the war, Professor Giebel’s statement that the first twenty five minutes of the documentary “quickly abandon all pretense of historical accuracy or balance” quite adequately describes his own (following) rant about the Vietnam War.

Al Sharpton: the ‘Least Expensive Negro, Just Give Him $50,000 and a Bucket of Chicken and We’re Good’

Via Joe

Image source: YouTube

Entertainment figure Byron Allen is among a group of black media owners that filed a $20 billion discrimination lawsuit against Comcast and Time Warner Cable — which called the employment of MSNBC’s Al Sharpton “a sham, undertaken to whitewash Comcast’s discriminatory business practices” — and Allen just went off against Sharpton, corporate America and even President Barack Obama.

Appearing on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday morning, Allen was angry particularly over his belief that a number of corporations ignore other black figures but do business with Sharpton because he’s the “least expensive negro.”

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the real & actual totalitarian ....

Via David

we have long focused on the qualities of the dictators who run the totalitarian state, seeking to lay blame at the feet of the dictator.

and, we have largely ignored the foundation of that state, the "condition" that makes such a state possible, for to examine this subject brings us perilously close to understanding.

the "foundation" of tyranny is the individual totalitarian citizen. 

Convicted Teachers Receiving Millions In Pensions

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A new study from the Freedom Foundation in Washington state has uncovered several former teachers who have had their teaching licenses revoked due to things such as child molestation and other sexual abuses are still receiving their pensions.

A total of 22 teachers have hauled in over $5.1 Million in “retirement” during and after their time behind bars.

Republican state Senator Barbara Bailey wants to change that, but Washington Teachers Association representative Kit Raney says she “Would fight it.”

Report: Obama threatened to shoot down Israeli warplanes

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama both said reports about more distant relations in the past year were "wrong." Mr. Netanyahu visited Mr. Obama in the Oval Office and talked with a group of reporters. (Associated Press)

President Obama threatened to use the U.S. military to shoot-down Israeli fighter jets last year if they attempted to destroy Iranian nuclear facilities, the Bethlehem news agency Ma’an reported Sunday.

Mr. Obama’s threat reportedly deterred Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from dispatching warplanes into Iran after Israel discovered that the U.S. had entered into secret talks with Tehran and that the two countries had signed an agreement, according to Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.

Al-Jarida also reported Sunday that “well placed” sources confirmed an unnamed Israeli minister disclosed the plan to Secretary of State John Kerry, and that Mr. Obama replied by warning that he would foil the plan by shooting down Israeli jets before they could reach their target destinations.

How many water balloons to stop a .44 caliber bullet?

Via Cousin Bill

"Anyone who does not respect 30 percent of the world’s population has no right to live.”

 Via Joe

Iraqi born cleric Mullah Krekar, smiles after being released from Kongsvinger prison, in Kongsvinger, Norway, Sunday Jan. 25, 2015. Krekar was released in Norway after serving time for making death threats against a politician and intimidating witnesses. Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, also known as Mullah Krekar, was fetched by family members on Sunday from Kongsvinger prison near Oslo after a sentence of two years and 10 months. (AP Photo/NTB scanpix, Audun Braastad)

The words offer chilling insight into the mind of a radical Islamist: “We will defend our religion with our blood.”

Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, known commonly as Mullah Krekar, was arrested on Thursday because of what he said in an interview with Norwegian TV station NRK.

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NC: CSS Neuse: March 7: Grand Opening and 150th Commemorative Program

Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm

Grand Opening and 150th Commemorative Program at the CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center.

The opening ceremony, ribbon cutting, and unveiling of exhibits will commence at 10:00 a.m. The festivities will be followed by a 150th commemorative program "We are prepared to blow our gallant little boat to pieces" focusing on the anniversary of the Battle of Wyse Fork and final days of the CSS Neuse. There will be fun for the whole family with lectures, living history demonstrations, displays about military and civilian life, battlefield tour of Wyse Fork, and live music. Admission is free, and open to the public.


The Theory of Everything

One of the best I have ever seen.