Monday, February 26, 2018

Just a Thought...
A History of Accomplishing Nothing
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

U.S. embassy groundbreaking in Jerusalem is scheduled for May 14th specifically designated to coincide with Israel's 70th Independence Day Anniversary. I love it as what a powerful message this sends to the Arab world...the useless undeveloped Arab world replete with sharia law, slavery, unending violence, and 7th century barbarians now dangerously equipped with 21st century weapons.

Telling the world that America will open our embassies where we damn well please while at the same time honoring our close ties to and friendship with the Jewish state and the Jewish people, President Trump is now showing the world who we believe has the right to the Holy Land.

The Holy Land...God's promise to the Jewish people...sees Israel in just 70 short years becoming a world leader in security, medicine, science, technology, and religious freedom...just to name a few...while the Arabs have accomplishing next to nothing in all the years they claim once named Palestine as their homeland.

In fact, this accomplishing nothing can be seen as far back as the turn of the 20th century when a British archeologist wrote in his journal that, "in the more than 1,000 years of Arabs living in Palestine (as it was then called) not a single road, building, town, village or city had been constructed. No schools, hospitals, businesses. Nothing to show that they had even been there."

Said a lot then...still says a lot now.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein Fails to Receive California Democratic Party Endorsement

During the California Democratic Party's annual convention this week, delegates voted on who to endorse during the primary.
Things were shaken up when Sen. Dianne Feinstein's primary opponent, progressive state Senate leader Kevin de León, won 54 percent of the vote, POLITICO reported. Feinstein came in with just 37 percent of the vote.

Although neither candidate secured the 60 percent voted needed to secure an endorsement, de León is chalking the results up to a victory.

“The outcome of today’s endorsement vote is an astounding rejection of politics as usual, and it boosts our campaign’s momentum as we all stand shoulder-to-shoulder against a complacent status quo,” de León said in a prepared statement, POLITICO reported. “California Democrats are hungry for new leadership that will fight for California values from the front lines, not equivocate on the sidelines.”

Throughout the convention, de León painted Feinstein as an out-of-touch politician who is no longer in line with the Democratic Party's values.

“Real leadership, moral clarity, is always doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. It should never take a primary challenge for California’s leadership to stand up for California values,” de León said, The Sacramento Bee reported...

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Iraqi archbishop: “Crisis of violence in Islam must be addressed openly and honestly”

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

It is good that the Archbishop of Erbil was able to say this at Franciscan University, but it is unlikely he will get much of a hearing in other Catholic circles. Pope Francis has essentially dogmatized the falsehood that Islam is a Religion of Peace. This false claim has become a superdogma in the Catholic […]
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The overgrown kid in the ball-pit decides what speech is good and what’s forbidden

Facebook and Google Comply With Sharia Law
“Facebook is Mark, and Mark is Facebook.” “Mark has 60 percent voting rights for Facebook. So you have one individual, 33 years old, who has basically full control of the experience of 2 billion people around the world. That’s unprecedented. Even the president of the United States has checks and balances. At Facebook, it’s really this one person.” (Verge)
The groovy t-shirt-turtleneck vibe may keep the great unwashed under their spell, but it’s the shared political ideology with the left that keeps these corporate managers free from accountability.

The guy in the ball-pit decides what’s good and what’s forbidden.

Never in modern history has such immense power been in the hands of so few:
“And then, a week after telling the world about “meaningful interactions,” Zuckerberg announced another change that seemed to answer these concerns, after a fashion. For the first time in the company’s history, he said in a note posted to his personal page, Facebook will start to boost certain publishers—ones whose content is “trustworthy, informative, and local.” For the past year, Facebook has been developing algorithms to hammer publishers whose content is fake; now it’s trying to elevate what’s good. (Wired)
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