Thursday, May 28, 2015

Robert S. Wistrich, who died suddenly last week, was considered the foremost scholar of anti-Semitism, which he called “the longest hatred,” one that appears to be metastasizing in the current era.

Writing about Nazi anti-Semitism ruffles no feathers within academia and other elite circles. Mr. Wistrich, however, had been warning that “anti-Semitism has undergone a process of growing ‘Islamicization,’ linked to the terrorist holy war against Jews and other non-Muslims with its truly lethal consequences.” This “new” anti-Semitism,” he added, targetsIsrael, the only state with a Jewish majority: “the collective Jew.”

“New” is a relative term: It was 40 years ago that the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution condemning Zionism, a charged word that actually implies nothing more than support for the right of the Jewish people, like other peoples, to self-determination in part of their ancestral homeland — territories that for centuries had been ruled by foreign empires. Within these lands there has never been a Palestinian nation-state, but a majority of Israelis would help establish such a polity — if Palestinian leaders would only commit to peaceful coexistence with their neighbors across an agreed-upon border.

While most Muslims do not support terrorism, Mr. Wistrich noted, “levels of anti-Semitism among Muslims clearly remain the highest in the world,” and Islamists — most succinctly defined as those committed to the imperative of Muslim dominance over all others — “are the spearhead of current anti-Semitism.”

A front-page headline in the Wall Street Journal screams out: "Islamic State's Gains Reveal New Prowess on the Battlefield."

The article discusses how the Islamic State recently captured Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province in Iraq. The Islamic State victory, according to the report, involved the execution of a complex battle plan "that outwitted a greater force of Iraqi troops as well as the much lauded U.S.-trained special-operations force known as the Golden Division."

Flipping to the editorial page, an opinion piece discusses the increasing dominance of Russia, Iran and China in their parts of the world "as the U.S. retreats."

But what is keeping America's commander in chief up at night?

President Obama spent most of his recent address to the graduating class of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy talking about climate change.

According to our president, climate change "constitutes a serious threat to global security, an immediate risk to our national security."

The president continued to say that the science regarding climate change is "indisputable."

In 2013, the president tweeted, "Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: climate change is real, manmade and dangerous."

But this is false.

Learned analysts starting to realize airstrikes alone will not dislodge Islamic State

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Learned analysts starting to realize airstrikes alone will not dislodge Islamic State
Mainstream analysts usually lurch from mistake to mistake, applying faulty solutions based on fantasy-based analyses, without ever being held accountable for the disasters that follow in the wake of their actions. Just look at Obama and Hillary at Benghazi. But the idea that an entity that controls an expanse of territory larger than Great Britain […]

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Dems call on Obama to resettle 65,000 Syrian refugees

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

The only refugees we should be resettling from this war torn region are Christians. Instead, the US stands by while they are ethnically cleansed from their ancient homelands. This will forever be a bloody stain on an anti-American, anti-freedom, jihad-aligned Presidency.

Obama has already imported hundreds of thousands of these “refugees.”

More of the poison fruit from the party of treason.

Importing jihad.

refugees welcome Dems call on Obama to resettle 65,000 Syrian refugees | TheHill,  May 27, 2015 (thanks to  Creeping):
A group of Senate Democrats is urging the Obama administration to allow at least 65,000 Syrian refugees to settle inside the United States.
“While the United States is the largest donor of humanitarian...

Quinnipiac Poll: Rubio, Paul Only GOP Hopefuls That Come Close to Clinton  
Image: Quinnipiac Poll: Rubio, Paul Only GOP Hopefuls That Come Close to Clinton
While Hillary Clinton continues to dominate the Democratic field of candidates running for president in 2016, a Republican frontrunner has yet to emerge, a new Quinnipiac University Poll finds, with a five-way tie for the top spot.

The five candidates leading the poll at 10 percent are:
  • Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush
  • Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson
  • Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee
  • U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida
  • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
Twenty-percent of GOP voters who participated in the poll remain undecided.

After the five-way split at the top, the next five are:
  • U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky (7 percent)
  • U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (6 percent)
  • Business tycoon Donald Trump (5 percent)
  • New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (4 percent)
  • Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina (2 percent)
  • Ohio Gov. John Kasich (2 percent)
The top 10 will receive invitations to participate in televised debates.
Obama Desecrates Memorial Day And Agrees To Commit U.S. Military To Serve Under Turkey’s Conquest Of Syria (The U.S. Is Now Officially Advancing A Grand Caliphate)
Obama desecrates Memorial Day. The U.S Military will now be committed to advance an Islamic Grand Caliphate. Hard to imagine? Its easy if you try, by simply reading our report.

mevlut-cavusoglu-turkeyYesterday, on Memorial Day we open the papers to read the headlines Turkey and US ‘agree in principle’ to provide air support for Syrian rebels. And it wasn’t the president of the United States or a spokesperson from the White house that broke the news, but through the mouth of the Turks, Mevlut Cavusoglu, the Turkish foreign minister told the pro-government Daily Sabah newspaper in comments published Monday on Memorial Day.

On Memorial Day, the Turks told us that the “U.S. have agreed in “principle” to provide air protection to Syrian rebels being trained and equipped to supposedly fight ISIS, once they enter Syrian territory for battle, Turkey’s foreign minister said.

The two countries (U.S. and Turkey) agreed in February to train and equip up to 15,000 Syrian Jihadists at a cost of half a billion U.S. dollars paid by the U.S., of course, as a U.S. program designed to add a credible ground force to an air bombing campaign supposedly against ISIS. But don’t be fooled, read the trick between the lines from Cavusoglu’s mouth:
Both ISIS and the [Syrian] regime forces continue their assaults and killings. … with this program, we are trying to achieve a balance. The opposition forces are fighting on both fronts; while the fight against ISIS is prioritized, the [Syrian] regime must be also stopped.
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“The [Syrian] regime must be stopped”. The war is not on ISIS, but committing our troops in Syria to end the government of Bashar Al-Assad.

Any journalist worth his salt can ask the White House press secretary Josh Earnest: Sir, how is it that we claim to fight a war on terror in Syria, while Saudi Arabia, The Gulf States, Turkey and now even the U.S. Military are now sent to support terrorists: al-Qaeda’s affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra (a recognized terrorist organization) and Jaish al-Fatah (Army of Conquest) which was previously Ahrar ash-Sham, renaming  itself on March 24 2015

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