Sunday, May 15, 2016

 President Obama Ignores Cold War Lessons for Counterjihad at America’s Peril
If you want to understand why 15 years after 9/11 the West is still fighting the Global Jihadi Movement, look no further than President Barack Obama’s recent comments in the Atlantic. During a conversation with columnist Jeffrey Goldberg, the President argued that analogizing between the Cold War Communist threat and today’s jihadist threat is detrimental to America’s cause – that we must not “paint with a broad brush” lest we create a “clash of civilizations.” 
The President’s remarks illustrate two points: his apparent ignorance of the nature of the Communist and Islamic extremist threats, and his greater concern with not offending Muslims (themselves the largest casualties of jihad) than openly and honestly describing an enemy that seeks to spread its Sharia-based totalitarian rule over the world. In so doing, President Obama ignores Sun Tzu’s dictum about knowing your enemy if you wish to win -- at our nation’s peril.

Indeed I have just written a book, Defeating Jihad, in which I argue how important the analogy is, and that to date our leaders have failed to heed Sun Tzu’s words on a bipartisan basis. This begins with our inability or unwillingness to acknowledge that contrary to President Obama’s assertions, the 20thcentury battle waged against godless materialist Communism is not only highly relevant to the 21st century battle against theocratic Islamism, but a parallel that if studied closely can help us emerge victorious against the newest totalitarians.

Kudos Jeb Bush!
BREAKING VIDEO - Jeb Bush Punches Black Lives Matter Protester After Being Bitten
See video here:

During one of Jeb Bush's campaign fundraiser events, he was confronted by several members of the Black Lives Matter group, one of which was throwing rocks at event goers, injuring one woman. Jeb responded by quickly rushing off the stage to tackle the protester before other onlookers could be harmed until the police arrived.

During this conflict, the assailant attempted to break free by biting him, which resulted in Jeb having to deal three blows to his head until he stopped.

This was recorded from one of Jeb Bush's livestreamed events which was quickly pulled from the channel soon after.
U.S. stopped blacklisting domestic terror charities under Obama

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


U.S. stopped blacklisting domestic terror charities under Obama
What could possibly go wrong? “U.S. Stopped Blacklisting Domestic Terror Charities Under Obama,” by Eli Lake, Bloomberg, May 12, 2016 (thanks to Blazing Cat Fur): The last time the federal government designated a U.S. charity as a front for terrorist fundraising, President Barack Obama had been in office for less than a month and Osama […]
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Qatari Educational Software Hails Islamic Conquests in Europe

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

While our children are being taught about safe spaces, microaggressions, multiculturalism, and the glories of Islam. Who will win and who will lose when children raised on this kind of software meet today’s children of the West?

“Qatari Educational Software on Islamic Conquests in Europe,” MEMRI, February 11 and 29, 2016:
Animated videos posted on the Internet teach children about Islamic conquests in Europe. The videos were produced as educational software for “Boys and Girls,” the children’s section of the Qatari government-owned Internet portal A large number of the portal’s educational videos were posted on various YouTube accounts.
One video discusses the conquest of Al-Andalus,...

Romney Leads Effort for Third-Party Candidate

By Todd Beamon / NEWSMAX
Image: Romney Leads Effort for Third-Party Candidate Mitt Romney is spearheading an effort to find a third-party candidate to stop presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Other key operatives in the movement, The Washington Post reports, are William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard; Erick Erickson, editor — along with strategists Mike Murphy, Stuart Stevens and Rick Wilson.

"These conspiracies for the public good are time and labor intensive!" Kristol told the Post in an email when questioned about the effort. "In any case, things are at a delicate stage now, so I really should keep mum.

"Suffice it to say that serious discussions and real planning are ongoing."

A representative for Romney declined to comment to the Post. The former Massachusetts governor, who lost the 2012 race to President Barack Obama, attacked Trump this week for failing to release his tax returns.

While some Republican insiders have admitted that such an effort could be futile, the group has several targets, the Post reports.

They include first-term Nebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse, who is among Trump's harshest critics, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who withdrew from the 2016 sweepstakes on May 4.

Romney has reached out to both in recent days, according to the report.