Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Look who the muslim hero is...kind of says it all

Muslims loving Hitler and Jewish genocide on Facebook

From Jihad Watch / Posted by Robert Spencer

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The page seems to have been taken down now, but I was able to get these screenshots before it was. (Thanks to Jason for the heads up.) Note the enthusiastic support from Muslims in the comments for the initial genocidal posting by "sunnah."

Counter-jihadists are frequently accused of being in league with neo-Nazis and with echoing their sentiments.

This is one of the most cynical elements in the Islamic supremacists' propaganda arsenal, since in reality neo-Nazis generally support the jihad, and Hitler and his genocide are wildly popular in countries like Turkey and Egypt, where Mein Kampf is a perennial bestseller. The Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, lived in Berlin during the war, raised up a Muslim division for the Waffen SS, and made pro-Nazi broadcasts in Arabic. Their Jew-hatred unites them.

Social Conservatives: GOP Can't Live Without Them 

By: David Limbaugh / Townhall Columnist


One of the largest elephants in the GOP's post-election room is the fate of Christian and other social conservatives. Party honchos can't just wish this problem away -- or, maybe they can. 

There has been increasing hostility toward Christian involvement in politics, and the animus hasn't been solely from the left. To be sure, Democrats have taken the lead, demonizing conservative Christians as science-challenged scolds who don't care about women's "reproductive rights," but there is plenty of antipathy from certain elements within the Republican Party, as well.

Many establishment and some libertarian Republicans have long looked upon Christian conservatives with mild, condescending contempt. Party leaders from Barry Goldwater to Alan Simpson have openly derided Christians and lamented their negative influence on the party and on the overall political climate.

Even Ronald Reagan's warm embrace of faith-based conservatives didn't diminish the establishment's disdain for them, which forcibly reared its head over the Todd Akin and Rick Mourdock kerfuffles. So swift and dramatic was their descent on Akin following his "forcible rape" embarrassment that one could almost infer they were lying in wait for just such an excuse to marginalize outspoken Christian conservatives.

Don't get me wrong; I had serious doubts about Akin's electability after the comments, too, but the establishment's outrage wasn't limited to Akin (or Mourdock) or even to his rape comment. There was palpable disgust from certain quarters on the right over what they perceived as the lunacy of making social issues a part of the equation at all.

If my analysis is incorrect, then why do we hear so much conflation of the Akin and Mourdock incidents with the question of the viability of social conservatism in general? If the outrage over these two was simply limited to their comments, then why are they increasingly cited as Exhibits A and B in the case for purging social conservatism from the Republican Party?

The GOP's distaste for social conservatives this election cycle wasn't confined to the Akin affair. If you'll recall, Rick Santorum was the object of much scorn for his insistence on placing social issues front and center in his campaign. Some of the criticism was based on Santorum's perceived demeanor and sanctimony, but no small amount of it would have occurred even if Santorum had been cheerfully optimistic in his approach to these issues.

In fairness, we are in extraordinary times, and it's understandable that even some Reagan conservatives (those who subscribe to his three-legged stool of economic, foreign policy and social conservatism) became impatient with attempts to place social issues at the forefront. They were convinced that President Obama's fiscal and economic nightmares alone would ensure a Republican victory and there was no need to make controversial social issues a drag on the ticket.

But that excuse will not mollify many social conservatives, who believe not only that social issues are the most important matters facing the nation today, but that at the root of our economic problems is an underlying disintegration of the nation's moral fabric.

My purpose here, though, is not to debate the merits of the competing positions, but to point out that this growing intolerance for social issues by some in the GOP could result in a major schism, even a splintering of the party.

I am receiving emails and reading articles from Christian conservatives advocating a doubling down on social issues, some even suggesting that Christians redirect their focus away from politics and toward evangelism. I don't believe this represents a major segment of Christian conservatives presently, but if efforts persist in scapegoating and diminishing social conservatives, more will become alienated.

Social issues are like blood in the water to Democrats and their liberal media accomplices, witnessed by their effort to ensnare GOP rising star Marco Rubio in a scandal over the age of the Earth. Even Rubio's tempered response was uniformly maligned as evidence of his science-illiteracy and superstition. The right's failure to come to his defense guarantees further and stronger attacks.

It is no small irony that those urging a remake of the GOP to bring it in line with changing demographics could unwittingly alienate Hispanics and other minority recruits who might be receptive to social conservatism.

It is also ironic and a testament to the wholesale ineffectiveness of the Republican Party that it is cowering from potentially winnable social issues: abortion, same-sex marriage, Obama's assault on religious liberty and his phony war on women. Is there no issue on which the establishment will not cave in the end?

The Republican Party can choose to ostracize social conservatives and their issues, or try to purge them altogether from the party and its platform. But they better be careful what they wish for, because if they do, it will be the end of the party as we know it.

7 Reasons To Be Optimistic About America's Future 

By: John Hawkins  / Townhall Columnist & professional blogger for Right Wing News

7 Reasons To Be Optimistic About America's Future

1) The reelection of Barack Obama has the potential to be a turning point. Despite Barack Obama being a mean-spirited, habitually dishonest socialist who was presiding over a terrible economy and a record of incompetence unprecedented in America's history, he was reelected anyway. This should be a wake-up call for the Republican Party. The GOP's messaging, choice of candidates, fidelity to its principles and most importantly, minority outreach just isn’t good enough. The same goes for results the deep pocketed donors in the party are getting for their contributions. Their money isn't being used wisely. The grassroots have now been alerted that just showing up at a Tea Party isn't good enough either. Social conservatives and the Christian church should be shocked out of their complacency as well. Although Obama seems likely to make a mess of things in his second term, that will give the American people more insight into the wages of liberalism while the Republican majority in the House and the three conservatives and two right leaning moderates on the Supreme Court will hopefully keep Obama from doing too much damage. God willing, as terrible as Barack Obama's election seems to be for the country today, it will turn out to be a positive turning point.

2) Technology and resource acquisition may advance faster than we anticipate. Did you know the United States is the Saudi Arabia of shale oil? We have the potential not just to become almost self-sufficient, but to become a net exporter of oil. Granted, that probably won't happen under the liberal Luddites in the White House today, but it's just a matter of time until this nation's energy potential is unlocked. We could also conceivably pass Russia in natural gas production as early as 2015. When you couple that with technological advances right out of science fiction in 3D printing, algae based fuel, nearly cost-free medical diagnostics, vertical farming and robotics, we may have the ability to do better than most people expect over the next few decades.

3) We're in a stronger position than many people realize. America still has the world's largest economy and the most powerful military. The dollar is the world's reserve currency; we're still the single most attractive destination for immigrants and we have the world's best customer base for other nations to target. We have more soft power and cultural influence than any other nation in the world and we're still the planet's only Super Power. Weaknesses? We have plenty, but we shouldn’t disregard our nation’s truly massive strengths.

4) We may move slowly, but we will eventually adjust. What Winston Churchill said about Americans is all too often true, "Americans can always be counted on to do the right thing...after they have exhausted all other possibilities." As a nation, we have a terrible habit of waiting until a crisis strikes before we take decisive, albeit poorly-thought-out action to deal with it. Then over time, we get around to dealing with the devils in the details. In other words, we tend to take a lot of damage that could have been prevented with quicker action, but history shows that we do eventually address our problems.

5) There's no other nation ready to take our place as a Super Power. Japan's population has gotten very old, very fast. Western Europe has larger problems with big government, economic productivity, demographics and debt than we do. China is still growing, but the country looks increasingly unstable and seems highly unlikely to continue its rapid growth over the next few decades. Additionally, Russia and India seem likely to remain as regional powers for the foreseeable future. In other words, this isn't the Cold War where our loss would mean that another great power would be waiting to step in and shove us aside. Losing our Super Power status would be far from ideal, but it would still be preferable to living in a world dominated by Russia, China or Europe.

6) We've been through bad times before and we're still here. This country has survived a Revolutionary War against the world's most powerful nation that was fought in our own territory, another fight against the Brits during the War of 1812 in which they burned the White House and came close to capturing the American northeast, a Civil War that pitted the northern and southern halves of the country against each other, not just one, but two world wars, a decade long Great Depression and a Cold War against the Soviet Union in which we had enough nuclear weapons pointed at each other to wipe out life on earth. After all that, we're still standing strong. A debt driven crisis could make things very tough for us over the next few decades, but our history says we'll pull ourselves up by our bootstraps when it's over.

7) The wheels of history turn awfully slowly. Since history is such a long period of time and we human beings live such comparatively short lives, we often overestimate the speed with which a problem will overtake us. As to great nations, they can splutter on for an extraordinarily lengthy time before finally falling to pieces. Just to name the most famous example of this, Rome was founded in the 8th Century BC, became a republic in the 6th Century BC, ceased to be a republic in the 1st Century BC, and split into two halves in the 3rd Century AD. The Western half of the Roman Empire was overrun in the 5th Century AD, the last Roman emperor visited Rome in the 7th Century AD, and the Eastern Roman Empire finally fell to the Turks in the 15th Century AD. Does that mean the United States should be fine for another thousand years or so? No, but it means that devastating problems we spot today that look immediately threatening may sometimes take decades or even centuries longer than we expect to flower into devastation.

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Op-ed:
The countdown to the ceasefire's end has begun
By: Diane Sori

 
Well the loonies in the Middle East are at it again. Today, the Palestinian Authority is going to exhume Yassir Arafat's body from its resting place in Ramallah to again try to determine the cause of death. Remember, Arafat died in a French hospital back in 2004 but the crazies still think the Israeli's killed him. Never mind that he was sick for years...just blame Israel so it can be an excuse to reignite the at best tenuous ceasefire just brokered last week.

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And why did Hamas act up now when Middle East countries are falling one by one to the Muslim Brotherhood...why...because Hamas felt empowered by the rise of islamist allies in the region...because they had stockpiled rockets from Iran...and because members of the Qassam Brigade won seats on the Hamas Shura Council in Gaza and now dominate both the group’s military and political elements.

Why...because the time was right to flex muscle...or so Hamas thought NOT expecting to be met with such strong response from Israel.

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Now add into the mix the newest problems in Egypt with recently elected and Muslim Brotherhood supported Mohammad Morsi's decision to expand his presidential powers. And lets NOT forget the recent surveillance photos showing new weapons being moved into Gaza (the ceasefire conditions be damned), and you have a powder keg ready to explode.

And this time Israel will NOT stand down...nor should they. And Barack HUSSEIN Obama be damned.

With Israeli intelligence satellites showing Iran, the instigator in all this, now shipping Fajr-5 medium-range rockets to Gaza through Sudan, last week's ceasefire is proving to be the mockery we all knew it would be. And if Obama and Hillary had butt out in the first place Israel would have finished this once and for all by now BEFORE Iran had a chance to re-arm Hamas. Remember, Iran needs a well-functioning, well-equipped Hamas to be part of its response to a possible Israeli attack against them. Iran needs to keep Israel busy on all fronts to weaken their attack and focus on its nuclear facilities...as in Iran using Hamas as a pawn piece in its divide and conquer game, and rearming Hamas fits that bill quite well.

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So while the ceasefire remains in place for now, Benjamin Netanyahu has said in NO uncertain terms that  military action would happen, including a ground offensive, if the flow of weapons to Gaza is not stopped. And so the circle is completed and goes back to Iran who is smuggling in weapons while Obama and the world looks away.

And what of Morsi himself who is taking credit for brokering this ceasefire...the very man who is NO friend to Israel as he's considering doing away with the peace treaties between the two nations. His pushing for the current ceasefire is just him trying to play the hero. But Morsi really was NOT the prominent player he fancies himself to be as he conveniently forgets the ceasefire was actually arranged and reluctantly agreed to by Benjamin Netanyahu because of first, Obama's threats to discontinue auxiliary funding for Israel's much needed and relied upon Iron Dome Defence System, and two, a supposed agreement between Netanyahu and Obama to send US troops to Sinai to act as peacekeepers in exchange for the ceasefire. And while this shaky ceasefire might remain in effect for a short period of time, without needed talks between Israel and Hamas to settle the root cause of what keeps causing these barbarians to begin these rocket attacks in the first place, the ceasefire will only last as long as it takes Iran to rearm Hamas.

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And now yet another voice of hate is jumping into the pot as Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah warned Israel on Saturday that thousands of rockets would rain down on Tel Aviv and cities across the country if they dared to attack Lebanon, which by the way, Israel has NO intentions of doing. Going one step further, Nassrallah warned that any Israeli attack against Iranian nuclear facilities would ignite the entire Middle East with a Hezbollah response in support of Iran to be swift and deadly.

Are they baiting Israel into a fight to aid in Iran's divide and conquer strategy...could very well be but Israel won't fall for it and will stay focused on the ceasefire meltdown which surely will happen and happen soon.

So the pot continuous to simmer as some Israeli troops and tanks remain at the Gaza border ready to go on a moments notice...ready to go and do what should have been done long ago...get rid of those out to kill them BEFORE the wish of many tries to become a reality they will soon regret doing.

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Let's roll Israel...lets roll!