Saturday, December 19, 2009



Well-meaning free-marketers have a dangerous blind-spot when it comes to illegal immigration. Stories like this happen every single day in these United States, and while the media tries to downplay them, they are horribly corrosive to faith in our political authorities and sworn law-enforcement officials:

LAKELAND | Through nine arrests, no one questioned whether 14-year-old Noel Cruz-Diego was in the U.S. legally until he was charged with burglary, robbery and stabbing a Lakeland man 43 times last month.

Juvenile arrest reports obtained by The Ledger this week detail charges against him during 2 1/2 years and show that law enforcement knew for at least two years the teen was born in Mexico.

But an immigration detainer wasn't placed on the teenager until recently by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, when the agency was notified of Cruz-Diego's questionable status by the Polk County Sheriff's Office, according to DHS officials.

Although a minor, Cruz-Diego faces adult charges in the most recent case, in which he is accused of breaking into Daniel Granton's home Nov. 18 and stabbing him.

Let's just run the numbers in this ghastly story:

14 tender years of age.

9 arrests... 30 months.

2 burglaries in 1 hour, the 2d of which resulted in...

43 stab wounds.

"Trailing blood, [the victim, Daniel Granton] crossed the street to Jeanette Garro’s house and knocked on the door for help. But Garro and her husband were asleep.

Garro said Granton left pools of blood on her front door and sidewalk, then collapsed underneath her carport on his way to the back door."

No, no, NOOO, this is not what Emma Lazarus had in mind. It's long past time libertarian-oriented stopped averting their eyes to it, and started contributing to a remedy to this eminently remediable problem. Even if we didn't apply a "zero-tolerance" policy for illegal aliens, why not a "two-strikes and you're out" policy?

It would have saved Daniel Granton a few quarts of blood.

Friday, December 11, 2009



Wow, so soon after making the point about their news-section creeps, and now the usually stalwart op-ed page pulls this sh!t...Giving space to the oh-so-predictable taqqiyish cooings of this MPAC clown, Marayati...Robert Spencer expertly dissects them here.

If only Rupert Murdoch was still running this paper...

Friday, December 4, 2009


Islam in grisly, cannibalistic action...And not a kaffir in sight.

I've been reading the Wall Street Journal for many years, and their editorial page is usually brilliant. But a few years ago I started noticing sentences...paragraphs...even whole articles in the news sections that could just as easily have been published by, you should excuse the expression, the New York Times. Strangely, a lot of them seem to involve a perspective on the world that is, if not actively pro-jihadi, certainly internalizes a lot of the pathological "grievances" and sick mythologies of the "Muslim world."

Take this story from today's WSJ frontpage. A nasty jihadi bomb went off in a graduation ceremony in Mogadishu, Somalia, where a number of graduating medical students (a rare commodity in that thoroughly Islamicized hell-hole) were murdered, along with government ministers. The story recounts a little of the history of Somalia, including US involvement there:

A blundered U.S. invasion in 1993 left 18 Americans and as many as 500 Somali civilians dead. The image of the bodies of American soldiers being dragged through the streets of Mogadishu -- later revisited in the movie "Black Hawk Down" -- became a cautionary tale in U.S. foreign policy. After that, the country descended into chaos.

Uhhhh, that's one way to look at it. Did I walk through a parallel universe where the The Nation calls itself the Wall Street Journal? Huuhhhh?

Does Journal owner Rupert Murdoch even read his own news pages anymore?

Saturday, November 28, 2009


Or at least make it into an deadly, uninhabitable no-man's land.

Here is the latest casus belli from Egypt, which has made it a national mission for nearly 30 years to negate and nullify a solemn treaty which gained them 22,000 square miles of territory, Israel-developed oil-assets, and critical strategic grounds. Not to mention Mount Sinai, a locale of considerable significance to a certain group of people.

Often forgotten is a key provision of the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Agreement ("Camp David Accords") that encourages, how shall we say..."neighborliness" between the parties. To be specific, here is Annex III, Article V (according to the text posted at the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website):

Article V
Cooperation for Development and Good Neighborly Relations

  • The Parties recognize a mutuality of interest in good neighborly relations and agree to consider means to promote such relations.

  • The Parties will cooperate in promoting peace, stability and development in their region. Each agrees to consider proposals the other may wish to make to this end.

  • The Parties shall seek to foster mutual understanding and tolerance and will, accordingly, abstain from hostile propaganda against each other.

    How, then, does this despiccable and revolting video, broadcast on Egyptian television, constitute anything but a gross and inflammatory violation of the Agreement?

    Of course this is not the only such violation by the Mizraihim, but it may be the most over-the-top. It's like they're trying to see how far they can kick Da Joooooooooooooos before they will let out a yelp of complaint.

    We all know that spinelessness breeds contempt. If only the Israeli Cabinet understood this.

    [BTW, props AGAIN to the awesome watchers of MEMRI, who really should have won the last, ohhh, 9 or 10 Nobel Peace Prizes. He who watches over Israel neither sleeps nor slumbers, and it appears MEMRI doesn't, either.]

    Monday, November 23, 2009



    Twenty-eight months ago a determined climatologist named Steve McIntyre unearthed a huge, and hugely embarassing "error" by global warming guru Jim Hansen. Hansen had to go back and adjust his data, that suddenly pointed to a whole lot LESS global warming.

    We all assumed at the time it was an "error." But now we have this leviathan fraud story coming from the Climate Research Unit in the UK...It is obvious that the global warming hacks have been cooking their books, models, and data since at least 1996, while scandalously suppressing honest scientists who disagreed with them. Oh, and also conspiring to destroy the data their projections were based on [actually NOT based on].

    So how sure are we that James Hansen's 2007 "error" was just an "error?" And not a...FRAUD.

    I said it here back nearly 3 years ago, and I'll say it again: Global warming isn't a hoax...It is a FRAUD.

    Wednesday, November 11, 2009


    Consider these photos of two different snakes, which share a common territory and habitat. They look similar, but are 2 species-is it important to identify which is which?

    Well, one of them is utterly harmless, even beneficial as a predator of rodents. The other one is very dangerous, with an exceedingly deadly venom.

    Is it important to identify which is which?

    If we are going to kill any snake we come upon, identification is not important. But if we hope to live and let live, we had better be able to identify them accurately.

    In the wake of the Fort Hood jihadi massacre. our military and security authorities would do well to at least TRY to identify hostile or unreliable individuals amongst their personnel. This is obviously made more difficult considering the position of our elected Traitor-in-Chief, but these people have human lives in their hands, and need to think about protecting loyal Americans from jihadi "colleagues." And damn the careerist consequences.

    A good place to start is just one little question: How many uauthorized e-mails is acceptable for a US Army major to exchange with an al-Qaeda-affiliated imam in Yemen?

    Sunday, November 1, 2009

    Jewish "Benyadict Arnolds," Then and Now...

    Soros, Always Well-Dressed...

    Direct from our “You Can’t Make This Sh!t up Dept.” (or is it from our “History Repeats Itself Dept.”?):

    “Like every underground, however, we had a traitor. [Simon] Tsorros was never a member of the Irgun. For a time he worked for the fund from which the Irgun received financial aid. This brought him in touch with a number of people active in the Irgun and a number of others whom he believed to be active. It is hard to say when exactly he established contact with the special police, and became their agent. Tsorros was a gambler, and liked to dress well. He was short of money and, it seems, he was also a coward…[First] he denounced the radio transmitter at the Raziel home…Several weeks later he handed to Catling, the Head of the Jewish Department of the British C.I.D., a list of names, descriptions, and addresses.
    …Meanwhile we considered what to do with Tsorros. My comrades demanded his execution. By the laws of the underground their demand was justified…Nevertheless I opposed the execution of Tsorros. I feared the possibility of error. I demanded full proof. I could not believe that a Jew could sink so low. I was mistaken. In the course of time I learnt the truth and admitted my mistake.

    Tsorros informed on me personally. He came to our house.

    Time has passed. I see before me all the boys, the heroic, the saintly, the pure. And I know that if a man rises above himself there is no limit to his ascent.
    And on the other hand I see Tsorros. He stands by my son’s crib.
    The child laughs at both of us. Tsorros smiles at father and son. All the time he is thinking his thoughts. And again I know, if a man falls there is no limit to his descent.”

    --Menachem Begin, "The Revolt," pp. 101-103

    Sunday, October 25, 2009


    Brig. Gen. Doron Gavish, commander of the Israeli Air Defense Corps,
    at left, with U.S. Rear Adm. John Richardson in Tel Aviv on Thursday.

    I'll bet the Persian lunatics planning a 2d Holocaust are a bit nervous about this story [and that's a good thing.]:

    TEL AVIV -- The U.S. and Israeli militaries began a combined air-defense exercise on Thursday involving about 1,000 American soldiers and simulating a scenario in which U.S. forces deploy to Israel to help defend the country against incoming missiles.

    The three-week drill, the fifth since 2001, is part of a growing partnership between the two militaries that has coincided with rising fears in Israel about Iran's growing arsenal of missiles and nuclear ambitions.

    "In time of need the Israel Defense Forces will protect our country, however, if decided, our defenses will be enhanced by the United States' capabilities," Israeli Air Defense Corps commander Brig. Gen. Doron Gavish told a news conference.

    Saturday, October 24, 2009


    And nothing was left of it at all. Where has that life gone? And what has become of all that awful torment and torture? Can it really be that nothing at all is left of it? Can it really be that no one will answer for everything that happened? That it will all be forgotten without even any words to commemorate it? That the grass has grown over it?

    So I ask you: How can all this be?

    --Vasily Grossman

    Sunday, October 11, 2009


    The British Museum won't.:

    Britain's troubled relations with Iran have become further strained by a row about an ancient Persian artefact described as the world's first charter of human rights.

    The British Museum is refusing to honour an agreement to lend the Cyrus cylinder to Iran because of the political turmoil that has gripped the country since the violently disputed re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in June.

    The Iranian authorities have responded by threatening to sever links with the British Museum if it delays lending the 2,500-year-old cylinder, which was ordered by the Persian king Cyrus the Great to enshrine religious toleration.

    Persian scholars claim the museum is right to be wary of lending the cylinder because of attempts by antisemitic historians in Iran to attack Cyrus's reputation as the father of the Iranian nation.

    On a visit to Tehran's Museum of Iran this week, Hamid Baqaie, vice president of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organisation, said: "The British Museum implies the post-election political situation in Iran as its main excuse not to loan the cylinder to Iran's National Museum."

    He added: "If the British Museum continues to make excuses for not loaning the artefact to the National Museum, we will, unfortunately, cease any co-operation with them, including archaeological expeditions and research."

    British Museum wary of lending 2,500-year-old Cyrus cylinder because of unrest since disputed election

    The director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, agreed to lend the 23cm-long (9in) clay cylinder in return for several Iranian treasures. Those pieces were the focus of a critically acclaimed exhibition about the era of Shah Abbas that sought to break down the perception of Iran as a hostile nation.

    The cylinder was made around 530BC on the orders of Cyrus the Great after he invaded Babylon and freed its people from tyranny. It is known as the first charter of human rights as its cuneiform lettering decrees that everyone should be free to practise their own culture and religion. Iran's sizeable Jewish population trace their presence in Iran to this moment.

    Hannah Boulton, head of press and public relations at British Museum, tried to play down the row. "When lending any material you have to check that is an appropriate moment," she said.

    "We are committed to lending the Cyrus cylinder to Iran. We hope to be able to honour that commitment, we can't say when that will be. At the moment we are monitoring the situation in Iran."

    Saturday, October 10, 2009


    Bakersfield, beautiful Bakersfield.

    I love stories like this about the oil industry for many, many reasons. A few big ones:

    1) It is obvious that from the lowliest grunt in this project on up, every single person involved in it has done more real, productive work on this one aged oil field than Nobel laureate Barack Hussein Obama has done in his entire life. Come to think of it, more than his entire Cabinet, too.

    2) Notice the scale of this oil-field: 2 billion [that's with a "B"] barrels of oil extracted from a single formation in BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA! AND STILL 79,000 barrels a day! That's nearly 29 million barrels a year. Do we ever see anything about this in the lamestream media?

    3) If we can sink 9,000 oil-wells (not including the observation wells) into relatively populated Bakersfield CA, why the heck can't we sink even one into the desolate ANWAR region of Alaska?

    4) Private industry applying its brain-power to increase efficiency and save money. Notice that this single technology effort will save one company (Chevron) more than $300 million a year. Has any government agency EVER done anything like that?

    5) It underlines the great obstacles to exploiting petroleum "resources," an industry which is based on a "finite, dwindling" substance that was considered a nuisance until about 160 years ago. And it shows how American brain-power and creativity has ALWAYS been the leading force in that industry.

    No, Prez. Hussein, oil companies don't make billions of dollars in profits by running outside holding their aprons out and catching million dollar bills that fall from the sky. In fact, they don't make a SINGLE dollar that way. They have to explore and research and engineer and adapt in some of the most hostile and challenging climates on earth. And then they risk having all their assets seized by hostile governments, including their own.

    BTW, how easy does Hussein think it is to drill 660 observation wells in a single "used up" field? Using YOUR OWN money?

    OCTOBER 9, 2009, 12:48 P.M. ET
    Chevron Engineers Squeeze New Oil From Old Wells
    Steam Bath for Aging Field Adds Millions of Barrels of Crude Oil to Reservoir's Output

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif.-- Chevron Corp. is employing new technologies in hopes of extending the life of one of the world's oldest and most prolific oil fields, a process that is being replicated elsewhere to help the energy industry squeeze more out of aging oil basins.

    The Kern River field has produced more than 2 billion barrels of oil in its 110-year history, but Chevron estimates it still holds another 1.5 billion barrels.

    Chevron is using the Kern River field as a real-world laboratory, testing enhanced recovery techniques and bringing in engineers from around the world to learn them. "The thing about being in this old oil field," said Chevron engineer Joe Fram, "you can try stuff."

    To get as many of those barrels as possible out of the ground—and do so cheaply enough to turn a profit—Chevron is deploying high-tech temperature sensors to monitor its production, using three-dimensional computer models to plan its wells and filtering waste water from the fields through walnut shells so it can be re-used.

    Chevron's renewed focus on Kern River shows both the opportunities and the challenges facing the oil industry as the giant discoveries of the last century, from Alaska's Prudhoe Bay to Mexico's Cantarell, begin to dry up. Prudhoe Bay, for example, has suffered production declines even though more than half its 25 billion barrels of oil remain in the ground.

    To get the oil out of the Kern River field, Chevron injects steam into the ground, which heats the rock and thins out the gooey liquid so that it flows more easily to the surface. The process is far more expensive than conventional oil production, with thin profit margins that can disappear entirely when oil prices drop or costs rise.

    It has drilled 660 observation wells equipped with sensors to track the temperature of the reservoir so engineers can see where heat is most needed, and has developed its own equipment to direct the steam there.

    Those techniques have allowed Chevron to use half as much steam to produce a barrel of oil—for an annual savings of about $300 million, according to the company.

    "By turning the burner down, we save a lot of money," said Paul Harness, a senior staff geologist in the Kern River field.

    Giants Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC are showing increasedinterest in such projects. Occidental Petroleum Corp. has extended the lives of fields in Oman, Colombia, and West Texas by injecting carbon dioxide, steam and other substances into the oil reservoirs.

    Occidental President Steve Chazen said that with fewer new fields being discovered, maintaining production at old fields is the only way the industry will be able to meet demand for oil.

    "In the long term, it's not how many fields get discovered. It's keeping the base decline under control," Mr. Chazen said.

    Chevron hasn't reversed the Kern River's decline, but it has managed to slow it. Production is falling at a rate of about 2% per year, compared to an average of 7% per year from 1998 to 2005—which will mean millions of extra barrels of oil this year.

    The company hopes eventually to coax out as much as 80% of the field's oil compared with the 30% that is typical in many fields around the world. Kern River had 628 million barrels of estimated reserves at the end of 2007, according to state data, up 16% from 2004.

    Its longevity is already remarkable. In 1899, a father-and-son team of oil prospectors, digging by hand, struck oil by the bank of the Kern River, 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Within four years, more than 400 different companies were pumping 45,000 barrels of oil a day there, more than anywhere else in the country at that time.

    Today, the Kern River field is a sea of pipelines, storage tanks and about 9,000 slowly bobbing pumpjacks that still pull nearly 79,000 barrels of oil a day from the rock below down from 140,000 barrels a day at its peak in the 1980s.

    If companies can squeeze more oil out of their old fields, they don't need to find as many new ones—lessening the risk of expensive failures.

    "If you can find a way to find the oil where you already are, with technology, a lot of that risk is gone," said John McDonald, Chevron's chief technology officer.

    Wednesday, October 7, 2009


    As we reported here nearly 2 years ago, the friendly Islamic degenerates of Iran have been planning to flood a priceless world-historical archeological site, the tomb of Cyrus the Great. Now Ahmedinejad and his criminally-insane cohorts have allowed another of Cyrus's archeological sites to be destroyed, to wit, Cyrus's Palace, the Charkab:
    Cyrus the Great’ Palace Faces Total Destruction

    LONDON, (CAIS) -- Some sections of Cyrus the Great's palace known as Charkhab (čarxāb) located in the Borazjan Plain, in the Persian Gulf’s Bushehr Province has been completely destroyed and the remaining of the edifice is on the verge of total destruction if no action is taken soon, reported the Persian service of CHN.

    According to the report, two years ago archaeologists left the site for no apparent reason and the unique early Achaemenid edifice has been left to be destroyed. The director of the team has continuously requested the recommence of some archaeological research but this has been rejected and permit denied.

    Not to be outdone, Islamist vandals in southern Israel unleashed their thirst for Allah's justice on another irreplaceable site, Avdat:

    These ancient pillars were standing until a few days ago

    That paint wasn't sprayed there in the 3d century.

    Vandals destroy ancient Negev site

    By Zafrir Rinat and Yanir Yagna Haaretz Correspondents

    Police yesterday arrested two Negev Bedouin on suspicion of vandalizing the southern archaeological park of Avdat as revenge for the recent demolition of homes in the area.

    Police say the two suspects, aged 41 and 57, may have wreaked on Sunday what one high-ranking preservation official called "unparalleled damage" to the site.

    A farmer in the area says he's experienced such revenge vandalism for years.

    The two suspects are believed to have been angered by the demolition of a home of a relative; they deny they were involved and are slated to be arraigned today.

    Avdat's archaeological section was recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as a Heritage Site four years ago. The area was severely damaged in the late-night attack that occurred although a guard was nearby. The guard says he did not hear the shattering of archaeological finds.

    The vandals knocked down arches thousand of years old, destroyed ancient columns that once supported houses of worship and spray painted the remains of a Byzantine church, according to Orit Bortnik, who heads the preservation efforts of the Israel Nature and Parks Protection Authority.

    The head of the authority's southern district, Raviv Shapira, said he had "never seen anything like" the destruction at Avdat. Bortnik spoke of the staff's distress: "We walked around with tears in our eyes. The people who did this caused destruction like a pogrom. They destroyed the place."

    Avdat is one of four ancient Nabatean cities in the Negev. All the reconstructed cities received the exclusive UNESCO status, but Avdat was considered unique, because it held some of the world's most ancient Byzantine churches, dating back to the third century CE.

    Just keep examples like this (and the Bamyan Buddhas...and the Swat Buddhas...and the Ayodha Temple...and Joseph's Tomb...and) in mind when you hear those Islamist taqqiyah-spewers claiming that Islam PRESERVED ancient civilizations.

    Thursday, September 24, 2009


    This excellent-quality footage speaks for itself:

    Sunday, September 20, 2009


    Young Muslim Men Demonstrating the Timeless Truth
    of Mohammed's Insight into their Nature

    Mohammed, "the perfect man," recognized 11 iron laws of male human nature. His koranic creation incorporated these 11 insights, thereby making it enormously attractive to young men, especially to young men who were violent. Here are Mohammed's 11 key insights:

    1) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to burn and smash than it is to build.

    2) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to rape than it is to woo.

    3) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to plunder than it is to work.

    4) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to kill than it is to show restraint.

    5) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to humiliate and bully than it is to treat others with mutual respect.

    6) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to conspire and plan a sneak attack of annihilation than it is to accept a fair compromise.

    7) For young men, it is easier and more exciting to blame your unhappiness on the evil plans of others than it is to address your own faults and weaknesses.

    8) For young men who have been treated like slaves their whole lives it is intoxicating and seductive to be promised to become an earthly prince.

    9) For young men who have undergone complete sexual repression their whole lives it is intoxicating and seductive to be promised unlimited carnal pleasures.

    10) For young men, it is intoxicating and seductive to believe that God has sanctioned your burning, smashing, raping, plundering, killing, humiliating, bullying and conspiring, in spite of whatever rules some fat, rich greybearded humans have decreed against it.

    11) For young men who do NOT show an aptitude or inclination for burning, smashing, raping, plundering, killing, humiliating, bullying and conspiring, it is intoxicating and seductive to know that you can become an honored commander of such men if you carefully study one book well enough.

    [This is the first in a series of posts addressing the subtle but substantial strengths of Islamism, and what civilized humans must do to neutralize those strengths and eradicate Islamism.]

    Wednesday, September 16, 2009


    "[In June 2009] In a fit of anger that I had never seen before in my life, he picked up my lap top, waived it over my head as if to strike me with it and said "if you have this Jesus in your heart, you are dead to me! You are no longer my daughter." I continued to remain silent and then he said to me even more angry then before, I will kill you! Tell me the truth!"
    --Sworn affidavit by Rifqa Bary, August 30, 2009

    Mr. Bary denied having threatened his daughter. He stated that in June when he confronted his daughter in her bedroom regarding Christianity, he grabbed the laptop computer she was working on. He stated that he lifted it to throw the computer and decided not to as he had invested too much money in it to break it.
    FDLE report on interview with Mohamed Bary on August 27, 2009

    Ladies and gentlemen, this is what we call in the trade...A CONFESSION. A small girl alleges that an adult man grabbed and brandished her computer over her in a rage, reasonably putting her in fear. The same adult man disputes her allegation by saying:
    1) The child was seated;
    2) I grabbed the computer away from her;
    3) I lifted it above my head as I stood over her...
    4) But I never intended to frighten her, just smash the computer.


    So what did Mohamed Bary actually confess to, face to face with the stalwart clueless lawmen of the FDLE? Well, let's try "domestic violence." I'm not an Ohio lawyer, and I don't play one on TV, but I can read the Ohio statutes:

    2919.25 Domestic violence.
    (A) No person shall knowingly cause or attempt to cause physical harm to a family or household member.
    (B) No person shall recklessly cause serious physical harm to a family or household member.
    (C) No person, by threat of force, shall knowingly cause a family or household member to believe that the offender will cause imminent physical harm to the family or household member.

    That would be a 4th degree misdemeanor, good for only 30 days jail, max.

    Ahhhhh, but what about "child abuse"? I've already examined this theory, based on her Mom's confessed threat to move the whole family back to Sri Lanka. But it also qualifies in the case of the father's statement--Mohamed OBVIOUSLY inflicted mentall harm to the child by this action.

    2151.031 Abused child defined.

    As used in this chapter, an "abused child" includes any child who:
    (A) Is the victim of "sexual activity" as defined under Chapter 2907. Of the Revised Code, where such activity would constitute an offense under that chapter, except that the court need not find that any person has been convicted of the offense in order to find that the child is an abused child;
    (B) Is endangered as defined in section 2919.22 of the Revised Code, except that the court need not find that any person has been convicted under that section in order to find that the child is an abused child;
    (C) Exhibits evidence of any physical or mental injury or death, inflicted other than by accidental means, or an injury or death which is at variance with the history given of it. Except as provided in division (D) of this section, a child exhibiting evidence of corporal punishment or other physical disciplinary measure by a parent, guardian, custodian, person having custody or control, or person in loco parentis of a child is not an abused child under this division if the measure is not prohibited under section 2919.22 of the Revised Code.
    (D) Because of the acts of his parents, guardian, or custodian, suffers physical or mental injury that harms or threatens to harm the child's health or welfare.

    Child abuse in Ohio is a first degree misdemeanor, 6 months jail, max.

    By the way, it's interesting how Mr. Bary secured the good offices of "Mr. Babak Darvish, Executive Director of the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Columbus and Mr. Romin Iqbal, Staff Attorney for CAIR OHIO," for his sit-down with the FDLE. And yet he couldn't help admitting to a crime.

    If only those blind bats at the FDLE could see it. It's almost as if they didn't WANT to see it. Hmmmmmmmmmm...

    [BTW, super props to the homies at the Center for Security Policy, who critiqued the whole FDLE report, and to AtlasShrugs for all she does for Rifqa!]

    *Least of all, Charles Johnson.

    Thursday, September 10, 2009


    Sorry, President Hussein, this is a day of REMEMBERANCE, not "service." And this is a little conversation that too many people no longer remember:

    As anyone with open eyes and a cursory knowledge of history can tell, this giggling and praising "Allah" over the deaths of thousands of unarmed women and children is part of the history of "jihad," in which no crime is too heinous so long as it is carried out by Muslims against kaffirs (us).

    This concept is, without a doubt, an on-going crime against humanity, and as such needs to be utterly crushed, just as the concept of "racial superiority" was crushed in 1945.

    Thursday, September 3, 2009


    The resemblances are as uncanny as the parallels are striking. This duo:

    And this one:

    Yes, yes, yes, both Pamela Geller of AtlasShrugs and Robert Spencer of Jihadwatch were on the Rifqa Bary case today, in person at the Orlando Juvenile Courthouse, along with Tom Trento of the Florida Security Council. Both of the sites have great details on the fantastic results of today's hearing, read them all!

    UPDATE--Or this one:

    Wednesday, September 2, 2009


    "It all begins with the schools..."

    As I wrote here early in 2008, Planet Obama is a very strange and alien place to Americans...Unless you're familiar with the original personality cult of about 75 years ago.

    Sunday, August 30, 2009


    For Robert, Hugh, Dumbledore, and all the rest of the JW junkies, check it out, at 2:20...If this isn't the pure "moment of truth" for these poor facile tolerant "believers," then what is?

    It really is a moment Arthur Koestler would have loved--back in 1939, it was "You can't be with the Party if you're against Stalin;" in 2009, it's "You can't be with the Muslims if you're against the Koran."

    The money lines--take it away, honorable, consistent Sheikh Al-Ahmad!:

    Sheikh Yousuf Al-Ahmad: "The people who spread corruption in the land - whether highway robbers, drug dealers, or the owners of these TV channels, who are even more dangerous... These channels broadcast corruption and nudity. They are all people who spread corruption in the land, and they should be tried in an Islamic court of law and sentenced to death. This [fatwa] is clearly in accordance with Islamic law. There’s no doubt about it."

    Interviewer: "The ferocity of this fatwa has cast fear in the hearts of..."

    Sheikh Yousuf Al-Ahmad: "... of the hypocrites."

    Interviewer: "In everybody’s hearts. Even in the West, it received much attention."

    Sheikh Yousuf Al-Ahmad: "Islam itself casts fear..."

    Interviewer: "No, it doesn’t. Islam is a religion of tolerance and leniency, Sheikh."

    Sheikh Yousuf Al-Ahmad: "Allah says otherwise. Islam is lenient, but the infidel West trembles in fear of it. Allah has ordered us to prepare: 'Prepare for them what force and steeds of war you can, to cast fear in the hearts of Allah’s enemies and of your own.' Our human nature may tell us that stoning is unacceptable, but this is a punishment decreed by Allah. If Allah decrees death - this is how it should be. If the Islamic scholars ruled that the punishment for drug dealers is death, this is how it should be.

    God bless MEMRI, why haven't they been awarded the Nobel Prize yet?

    Friday, August 21, 2009


    "I just want to say I love my family, I love them so much, but I'm still in fear for my life."

    The Rifqa Bary Case

    Chalk up a win for The Good Guys.

    YES, Rifqa Bary is SAFE, for at least 2 weeks—HOORAYYYY!! BARUCH HASHEM!!

    Jewish Odysseus attended the Dependency Court hearing in Orlando’s Juvenile Court today, and it was almost enough to restore one’s faith in America. Guardian Ad Litem attorney Krista Bartholomew did an outstanding job for Rifqa, as did Orlando attorney John Stemberger. Florida’s Department of Children and Families also took a respectable (not to say courageous) position, opposing Rifka’s return to the Ohio Caliphate at least until Florida’s Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) could complete its own investigation into whether Rifqa’s family and—very significantly—the “surrounding community”— may threaten imminent harm to her.

    (A few hours research into the Noor Mosque and a brief review of the Central Ohioans Against Terrorism website will surely suffice to prove to the FDLE that Rifqa has about as much chance of staying physically safe in Ohio as a rabbi in a yarmulke walking past the Gaza City Mosque after Friday prayers. And they will recommend accordingly.)

    And I would be remiss if I didn’t praise the patient and thoughtful work done by Judge Daniel Dawson, who allowed all parties and their attorneys to make their points without any rush, and whose ruling that, yes, his Court DOES have jurisdiction over Rifqa’s case, was as clearly supported by the law as it was devastating to the jihadis’ plan to murder her.

    Great work, Judge!

    There were about 100 supporters of Rifqa there to provide moral support, including the great Tom Trento, from the Florida Security Council, and Usama Dakdok, a Christian evangelist from an Egyptian Coptic background. Both of them provided excellent and informative press conferences in front of the Courthouse, before the hearing.

    Dependency Court proceedings are open to the public, but not the information in the files, so these hearings offer us a chance to gain some information on the case. Here are some of my factual observations/inferences:

    1) Rifqa’s attorneys told Judge Dawson that her current foster-family (recall that she was removed from the Lorenzes a few weeks ago) would like to home-school her rather than enroll her in public school, and “they home-school their own children.” This is a very good sign that Rifqa is placed with a Christian family, in an environment she finds 100% welcoming. Her attorneys also asserted that Rifqa is “extremely happy with her foster-family.”

    2) The DCF announced that the FDLE had only decided TODAY (8/21) to open an investigation into the case. Reading between the lines, this was a clear indicator that nothing but citizen activism directed toward Governor Charlie Crist and the DCF got Florida law enforcement (as opposed to the clueless, if not compromised, Ohioans) brought into the picture. Those thousands of calls, faxes and e-mails got results!

    3) Rifka’s attorneys announced right off the bat that she wished to make a statement to the Court. Counsel for both parents leaped to object…WHY? Were they afraid of what they, and the public, were going to hear from her? Suffice it to say that Judge Dawson re-iterated “my policy” of allowing ANY party to make a statement to the Court, so long as it was done after review with counsel, and allowed Rifka to make her statement. In it, she emphasized her Christian faith, and chillingly, how much she both loves her family yet “fears for my life.”

    4) In discussion with the Judge about visitation, Rifka’s attorney’s revealed that she DOES wish to have visitation with her brothers…but NOT with her parents. Hmmmm…

    5) Both the DCF and the Guardian Ad Litem Attorney, Ms. Bartholemew, repeatedly mentioned their concerns for Rifqa’s safety. It appears that the critical “credibility battle” between those who deny any real danger from Islamist assassins and those who affirm it has been decisively won. The State and its institutions have recognized that we are not kooks.

    Of course, this is one small battle in an 11-month war (until Rifqa turns 18). But it was an absolutely critical battle, one which would have been literally fatal had it gone the other way. The Noor Mosque and CAIR and the ISNA and the FIQH Council and all their filthy shariah-drunk subversive allies really took one on the chin tonight, so let’s all lift a glass for a few more weeks of safety for Rifqa, and pray that the One True God continues to keep and protect her.




    "Rifqa roundup" here at the great AtlasShrugs site.

    Photos from the Courthouse:

    A Lovely Human Rights Supporter Outside the Courtroom

    Tom Trento addresses the press.

    Usama Dakdok educates the media about shariah.

    The crowd outside the courtrooms--an overflow courtroom still wasn't enough.

    Tuesday, August 18, 2009

    CHOOSE LIFE, Judge Adams! Rifqa Bary is ENTITLED to remain in Florida.


    It sure looks like Ms. Bary's attorneys are on the ball, here is a PDF of their latest Court filing. Excellent work!!


    Time to put on my Florida attorney hat, for a change…

    We’re all appalled by the prospect of the threatened Islamist honor-murder of 17-year-old Rifqa Bary, who signed her own Islamist death-warrant by converting to Christianity and admitting it. But so long as Ms. Bary remains outside of the clutches of her vengeful parents, it is less likely that she will be murdered. The good news is that Ms. Bary's lawyers have an excellent case to keep her free, in accordance with Florida law.

    Dependency Court (responsible for ruling on parental involvement in cases of alleged neglect or abuse of children) Judge Gail Adams has allowed Ms. Bary to be "sheltered" temporarily, while the Department of Children and Families investigates the past and potential homelife of Ms. Bary. It is important to note that Rifqa's parents have already confirmed to the Judge that they have committed actions that qualify as felony child abuse in Florida. Therefore, Judge Adams has ample legal authority to keep Rifka "sheltered" certainly for the 11 months it will take for her to reach her 18th birthday.

    It must be said that we needn't speculate on whether Rifqa's parents have already committed child abuse against her, since her Dad, Mohamed, was thoughtful enough to confess on behalf of his wife, although obviously sugar-coating the murderous threat we all know was actually delivered:

    She had a falling out with her mother the night before she disappeared, he said. He was out of town. [So why didn't the Court question the wife? Almost sounds like one of those Islamic courts where the woman's testimony is worth less than that of a man.--J.O.] Rifqa had gone out without permission, was gone more than three hours, and when she came home, her mother scolded her and told her that because of her behavior, the whole family might have to return to their native Sri Lanka, Mohamed Bary said.
    His wife was upset and there were no plans to leave the U.S., Mohamed Bary said, but that apparently frightened his daughter.


    Let us ask: What else but a severe, bona fide "mental injury" could cause a girl described by her father as "an excellent student, a cheerleader in a prestigious school in Columbus who got A's and B's [and] wanted to go to college and become a nurse," to suddenly flee her home and relocate a thousand miles away?

    So that is what Mother Bary, via the hearsay testimony of her husband, has allegedly alleged. Well, THAT RIGHT THERE may be charged as felony child abuse under Florida law. For those who think I am exaggerating, I commend to you the following story that came out as this article was being prepared:

    A Gainesville [Florida] father has been arrested for hitting his daughter with a pizza slice.
    The 38-year-old man was arrested early Friday on a charge of child abuse without great harm, a third-degree felony. The man's name was being withheld to protect the identity of the victim.
    Deputy Nick Vickers says the man used racist and sexist terms when he asked his daughter to turn off her computer, and she fired back with some crude language of her own.
    Vickers says the father "intentionally threw a slice of pizza at the victim, striking her in the back of the neck, against her will."
    The girl, whose age was not available, called 911 and her father was arrested.

    And then there is Florida's legal definition of those activities that constitute child abuse--notice that if the parent only THREATENS to do something, and that threat only results in a mental injury that is LIKELY to cause the child's mental or emotional health to be significantly impaired, then there is child abuse...a VERY low standard...:

    ABUSE: Any willful or threatened act or omission that results in any physical, mental, or sexual injury or harm that causes or is likely to cause the child's physical, mental, or emotional health to be significantly impaired. NEGLECT: Any act or omission where a child is deprived of, or allowed to be deprived of, necessary supervision, food, clothing, shelter, or medical treatment, or a child is permitted to live in an environment when such deprivation or environment causes the child's physical, mental, or emotional health to be significantly impaired or to be in danger of being significantly impaired. The foregoing circumstances shall not be considered neglect if caused primarily by financial inability unless actual services for relief have been offered to and rejected by the caretaker responsible.

    THREATENED HARM: A situation, circumstances or behavior which leads a prudent person to have reasonable cause to suspect abuse or neglect has occurred or may occur in the immediate future if no intervention is provided.

    When we link the (almost surely deceptively minimized) Bary parents' confession to Rifqa's much more harrowing claims, and to Florida's child abuse law, we have an open-and-shut case that Rifka Bary qualifies to be "sheltered" by the State. Considering her own near-adult status, her maturity, her clear wish to remain with Pastors Blake and Beverly Lorenz, and the Lorenzes clear ability and dedication to allow her to remain with them, it is a legally unassailable argument that she needs to be returned to the dedicated couple that probably saved her life, the Lorenzes.

    Unless Judge Adams chooses to ignore the law, it is an easy call for her. Place Rifqa with the Lorenzes!

    Oh, and by the way, if the Judge sends her back to her parents, there is a very credible chance that she will be promptly murdered by her own family, as has happened to so many young "disobedient" daughters in North American Islamic families recently. By the way.

    Wednesday, August 5, 2009


    Notice how the Muslim police use his own little Koranic dialectic to argue against him and contradict him...The little mass-murderer really shows no remorse for the appalling mayhem and bloodshed (estimated ~800 dead in one week) he's caused, does he?

    This may look crude, but if the governments of (just for example) Israel had used techniques like this the last 20 years or so, their country would be a whole lot safer today.

    Here is the video and transcript of the interrogation of Boko Haram leader. Video (in Hausa) follows transcript:
    NPF- Nigeria Police Force
    MD- Mohammed Yusuf
    NPF: Yesterday we went to your house; we saw a lot of animals, students and stuff you guys are putting together. What are you going to do with all these stuff?
    MY: It is for self defense.
    NPF: Is there no authority to defend you?
    MY: I don’t know, why did I get arrested?
    NPF: You are a Muslim person.
    MY: I don’t know why you are disturbing us.
    NPF: You said Boko Haram (Western education is sin) who made the pants you are wearing?
    MY: My pants are cotton and cotton is made by God.
    NPF: In the Quran’s chapter, God said ‘Ikra’ – or seek knowledge?
    MY: Is not same with Islamic knowledge. There certain aspects of western education which are bad.
    NPF: We saw Computers and many things in your house are they not as a result of Western Education?
    MY: These are technology different from Western education.
    NPF: You are eating good food, driving a nice car, and wearing nice clothes.
    MY: Is not like that. People have different means and abilities. Some have in their hand while others don’t.
    NPF: Why did you leave your compound?
    MY: Because you came to attack me.
    NPF: You sent others to fight and you left?
    MY: All my people have left too.
    NPF: What about the people that come to fight?
    MY: My people have left.
    NPF: Where are your followers now?
    MY: Bauchi, Gombe. Adamawa, Taraba and police have already attacked them before Maiduguri.
    NPF: How did you hurt your arm?
    MY: I fell.
    NPF: Where is your headquarters and where are your branch offices.
    MY: You have attacked my headquarters; my branches are in Gwange ward, Bulumkutu, etc.
    NPF: Who is helping you, do you have soldiers, organizers and if you are not here who is second in command?
    MY: Abubakar Shekau.
    NPF: Where is your GSM Cell phone?
    MY: I don’t know.
    NPF: You run away with many people, where are they now?
    MY: I don’t know.
    NPF: Are you getting any help from Niger Republic?
    MY: No, no one is helping us – Insha Allahu Warahamatullah, Insha Allahu Warahamatullah.
    NPF: Do you have a farm in Benishiek?
    MY: Yes.
    NPF: You made your followers give up their lives for a fight, many of whom did not know what they were fighting for, what is your opinion on their death?
    MY: It is on the conscience of the killers of my people.
    NPF: What about you’re Children that were killed?
    MY: My children are killed? Again it is on the conscience of the killers.
    NPF: Where are you from?
    MY: From Yobe State.
    NPF: Where from Yobe?
    MY? From Jakusko.
    NPF: Where is your mom from?
    MY: From Gashua.
    NPF: Have you travelled overseas?
    MY: Yes. Only to Pilgrimage or Hajj.
    NPF: When?
    MY: 2000 to 2003.

    Saturday, August 1, 2009



    You really can't make this stuff up, nor even consider it plausible if it had been made up. This homicidal maniac, this archetypal escapee from a hospital for the criminally insane, a man whose cause was to violently destroy EDUCATION, for God's sake, and who caused the deaths of more than 700 humans and mass kidnapping and arson in a few days...His richly-deserved death in custody, which was understandably greeted by the firing squad literally dancing around his stinking corpse in total glee, is treated as a matter of grave concern by HUMAN RIGHTS groups.


    All I can say is: "WELL DONE, LADS!!" to the police and military of Nigeria, and may their robust and focused response provide a cautionary lesson to other Muslim troubemakers in that vast and struggling country.

    NOTE the nasty weaponry and improvised weapons in this vid...Amazing what a jihadi mob armed with just sledgehammers, machetes and jugs of gasoline can "accomplish" in a small peaceful neighborhood...

    Sunday, July 12, 2009



    Bill Roggio has the whole disgusting story behind this horrific vid...And these are the people Hussein Obama can't seem to confront, yet constantly bows and indulges their tender sensitivities.

    It's going to be a long 4 years, for us and all freedom-loving people. Poor Samiullah, look what happened to him when he confronted the jihadis. R.I.P.


    Prepare to be shocked.

    This vid is so wild, and I love the fierce determination of this one guy, Tsvi Misinai...What an example he is for those many "nervous Nellie" Jews!

    This proves there is sooooo much opportunity out there for the Jewish people to help themselves, Hussein Obama or no Hussein Obama ...Imagine how much safer we'd be if we could open the eyes of even 5% of these lost souls and persuade them to return to their heritage? And it's not as if institutional Islam offers a lot of spiritual rewards...

    H/T the great Rebbe Lazer Brody!

    Saturday, July 11, 2009


    "Is enough of my neck stretched out for your hachet, Katie?"

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me THREE times...I must be a fool.

    I really, really liked Sarah Palin. She has a lot of great qualities, no need to list them. She has a few well-discussed shortcomings, but puny compared to any other politicians. Until now.

    She just resigned...surely no human knows if this decision is a blunder or a master-stroke. But there are other less ambiguous indicators that she is simply incapable of effectively thwarting her--and our--enemies on a national scale. Consider:

    Q: When did Sarah Palin's star begin to fade during the presidential camapign?
    A: After her interview with ABC'S Charlie Gibson.

    Q: When did her public approval begin to crater?
    A: After her interview with CBS's Katie Couric.

    Q: To whom did Sarah Palin give her first "in-depth interview" following her resignation?
    A: To NBC's Andrea Mitchell.

    NBC's. Andrea Mitchell.

    Now, we don't know yet how bad Andrea Mitchell and NBC will treat Gov. Palin, but that is beside the point. The point is, she AGAIN made a stupendously reckless and inexplicable decision to validate/legitimize/feed/support the self-same rabid leftist media that all real Americans despise and loathe.

    Let's see, the lamestream media relentlessly works around the clock for 11 months now, to destroy Sarah Palin, her family, and everything they stand for. And now, in the wake of her huge decision, she gladly invites to bring her words and images to the world...Andrea Mitchell, of NBC.

    We "conservatives" (I prefer "normal Americans") need to take ourselves seriously. Do we really believe the lamestream media and its ideology is a baleful problem for our great nation, or not? Yes, President Barrack Hussein is a hair away from being the Anti-Christ, but I have to give him credit for being logical. His neo-Bolshevik ideology sees FoxNews as an implacably hostile, threatening force, doing the bidding of a bloodthirsty mega-capitalist...So Obama BOYCOTTED FOX for the entire campaign, until his election was assured.

    Obama took his principle seriously, so he boycotted Fox. He was elected President. Sarah Palin sat down with Charlie and Katie...she L-O-S-T. She clearly does NOT take seriously the "myth of the liberal media," else she'd have recognized her resignation announcement as a golden opportunity to advance her agenda in a creative way. And if Palin doesn't take this major "conservative" principle seriously...then why should anyone else?

    So what should Palin have done? Well, why not give her exclusive first interview to Fox's Brit Hume, a real tough-but-fair journalist in the old-school model? Or to Fox's Megyn Kelly, who utterly eviscerated the Us magazine editor who slimed Palin's family during the campaign? Why not give it to Glenn Beck, whose radio and tv ratings and web presence would provide a huge amplifier effect to the interview? Why not then go down the all-American list of talk-radio warriors, and even the blogosphere--from Rush Limbaugh to Laura Ingraham to Hugh Hewitt to AtlasShrugs? Why not finish up with a couple of old-fashioned sit-down interviews with print reporters like Cal Thomas and Mark Steyn, and maybe a guest column in the Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal? Or maybe the American Spectator, or the American Thinker?

    No, better to let Andrea Mitchell choose which questions to ask, her cameramen choose which images to publish, and to let her NBC editors choose how to cut and paste Palin's answers. Good grief.

    Reward your friends, and punish your enemies--this is Politics 101. Sarah Palin flunked it. And this 3d time, she can't blame it on passive-aggressive McCain staffers--this decision she made all by herself.

    The lamestream media is dying. Why feed them? The alternative media is growing. Why not strengthen the right side of it? The very act of such a choice would generate its own legitimacy and wisdom.

    It is to Gov. Palin's credit that she has earned such broad and enthusiastic support that she is a national political celebrity. Her resignation decision HAD to be a huge news story. The only question was who she would choose to reward from it. She chose NBC, and Andrea Mitchell.

    21 years ago, the GOP nominated as President a man who had worked alongside Ronald Reagan for 8 years. He ran a disciplined campaign in which he effectively educated Americans about the shortcomings of his short opponent, and founded on one single promise. George Bush was easily elected, and then proceeded to spend the next 4 years breaking his promise, poking his supporters in the eye and pretending his enemies were his friends. For this he was dubbed "President Clueless," and with a cosmic justice was promptly drubbed and humiliated by a draft-dodging womanizing pathological liar. We must never again support any candidate who cannot competently discern her friends from her enemies, and accordingly reward the one and punish the other.

    Friday, July 3, 2009


    And notice the great concern shown for any "collateral" [damage] by the controllers...:


    A profound religious message embedded in beautiful soul music...On this first, bizarre and alien "Dependence Day 2009", what better way to refresh our spirits and renew our strength? And pure coincidence that it was recorded on INdependence Day, 2008.

    Take 8 1/2 minutes, and enjoy:

    Prodigal Son performed by Reverend John Wilkins from Highway61 on Vimeo.

    Tuesday, June 16, 2009


    The Jewish Legion of the British Army in front of the Kotel in 1917--"only" 50 years later, they were back. Patience.

    I've seen some criticisms of Netanyahu's speech, from thoughtful people. But I fear they miss the point.

    It seems indisputable that Bibi has STAKED OUT A POSITION for his govt, and for the people of Israel, that is both CLEAR, STABLE, and UNASSAILABLE.

    All of the critiques against it are based on speculation as to "what might happen if..." None are based on the relative weaknesses of the position, currently.

    What does one do in a conflict when one holds a position that is both STABLE AND UNASSAILABLE? ONE MAINTAINS THAT POSITION!! EASY CHOICE!! What should Israel do if unhelpful country[ies] form a new proposal? EASY--repeat that CLEAR, STABLE, AND UNASSAILABLE position. Repeat, repeat, repeat.

    The only things that could destabilize the position now are: [1] the "Pals" agree to demilitarize themselves, and accept his requirement for them [impossible], or [2] the US just gives up the Obamunist ruse, and "goes the full Monty" and starts shipping as much heavy weaponry as possible to the PA and cuts off all aid/cooperation with Israel [nearly impossible]. Of course, if Obama does that even now, it wd prove that a "purer right wing" position by Bibi would have done the same, so his "moderation" wd have cost him nothing.

    For us, we have to learn an important word: PATIENCE. WAIT for the Hashemites to fall, wait for Assad to be blown up, wait for the Muslim Brothers to try a putsch in Egypt, and then have a plan in place to exploit the chaos that will ensue. Does anyone doubt that such events will come about soon?

    And of course, Bibi will need to turn his attentions to militarily liquidating Iran's armaments industry, an objective that requires urgency, not patience. It needs to be assailed with every single weapon Israel has, including selective nuclear strikes. The operation needs to be redundantly targeted, to ensure success. Those mofos need to see that the 12th imam, if he exists, is NOT on their side, period.

    Needless to say, once Persia is neutralized, both Syria and Lebanon will be much less troublesome.

    I don't believe any of these objectives are outside of Bibi's military capacity today.

    I am as ideological as anyone, but I just don't see Bibi's position as vulnerable in any way, absent a well-documented Israeli mania to fix engines that ain't broke. I'll never forget reading a string of stories not very long ago about how the PLO was running out of money, what with the USSR gone, how they were selling off big real estate holdings around the Arab world just to keep the lights on...THE PLO WAS LIQUIDATING ITSELF, PEOPLE!! So how did Israel's leadership [Rabin] react as their mortal enemy croaked out its last breaths? "Why, we need to RESUSCITATE THAT B!TCH, with fresh Oslo oxygen!!" And the rest is history.

    PATIENCE. What a gift. We need it now more than ever.


    UPDATE: See the supportive comments from one of the toughest, most eloquent national-Zionists in Israel, former MK and Brig.Gen. Effi Eitam, here.

    Sunday, June 14, 2009


    "Shove that PC swill, Pretender!"

    How great was it to hear Bibi Netanyahu bat that ugly Obamunist lie right back in his teeth--that BS about Israel being a consolation prize for the historical suffering of the Jooooos...Bibi's entire address was really a masterful, artful assertion of Jewish rights in Israel, incl. Judea and Samaria, while holding out just enough hope for the Balesdinians so that no-one can argue he's being unreasonable, or "against peace."

    The funny thing is that the Bals instantly asserted that the speech "is a slap in Obama's face" (which of course it was), but the cowardly Obamunists, true to their Leninist heritage, immediately backed down in the face of strength: ""The President welcomes the important step forward in Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech," was the White House statement. See, at the end of the day, Obama, like all his leftist and Islamist pals, is just a mean-spirited bully, and bullies always turn cowards when confronted with determined strength.

    The Bals are also ranting that Bibi has "torpedoed the peace process." Oyyyy, from your mouth to Gott's ears!

    Just three little words for Israel's new PM: KEEP IT UP!!

    Saturday, June 13, 2009


    Highly Trained Jooooooish Agent

    Lunatic Arab-lslamic rumor #768--from Israel National News:

    "PA Blames Israel for Wild Boars
    Sivan 21, 5769, 13 June 09 08:40by Maayana Miskin
    ( Palestinian Authority media outlets continue to blame Israel for problems caused by wild boars in Samaria, despite Israeli efforts to cull the animals. On Thursday, PA farmers near Ariel complained that “Israeli settlers” had engineered a wild boar attack that destroyed agricultural produce.

    The farmers' claims were repeated by the head of the regional PA farmers' union, who accused Israelis living in Ariel and nearby towns of planning the attacks. The union head did not explain how Israelis allegedly trained the pigs to destroy only Arab crops.

    Arab residents of Samaria have made several similar claims over the past three years. The claims have been backed up by PA armed forces, whose officers have been quoted as confirming to PA media that Israel is behind wild boar attacks."

    Note that this rumor is spread by (a) individual farmers; (b) the head of the farmers' union; and (c) Arab armed forces officers. So it is coordinated from top to bottom, and no-one on the Balesdinian side seems willing to speak up for sanity.

    Have you noticed how Muslims always start spreading a preposterous, nasty rumor before they go on a rioting/killing/arson/rape spree? This one is a little funny, but when combined with the rumors that the Jooooooos:
    *have been poisoning Arab wells;
    *have been spreading bubonic plague to the Arabs;
    *are planning to blow up the al-Aqsa mosque (multiple times);
    *sell poisoned candy to the Arabs;
    *sell poisoned toys to Arab kids;
    *send AIDS-infected prostitutes to Arab countries to spread AIDS there;
    *lace Arab drinking supplies with chemicals to make Arab women infertile (jeez, how incompetent are THOSE Jewish
    *kidnap Muslim kids for their organs to sell, or blood to make matzoh;

    well, I could go on and on, but you see the humor starts to fade.

    Also notice that President Hussein, in his idiotic Cairo speech, sure missed a golden opportunity to knock some sense into the febrile brains of his violent puveryors of Islamic tolerance. How many of these homicidal rumors did he knock down as he praised Islam for its science, progress, and rationality? Uhhhhhhh...NONE.

    Big surprise.

    Tuesday, June 9, 2009


    The increasingly indispensable Muqata blog has published an impossible story.

    As we know, those wild-eyed Jewish "settlers" living in Judea and Samaria--ohhh, pardon me, "the West Bank"--want nothing more than to expell all those Ayyrabs they can't murder, and of course steal their precious olive trees, goats and chickens. We know this because the lamestream media relentlessly pounds this into our heads, day after day, month after month, decade after decade. So how can we reconcile Jameel's story of dozens of "settlers"--joined by the equally eeeeeevil Israeli "occupation soldiers" --successfully working with Arab rescue teams to save the lives of several Arab passengers involved in an horrific car crash? As Jameel brilliantly notes:

    "I've been present at accidents before where there was cooperation between Jews and Arabs in the West Bank. This wasn't the first time I've worked side by side with Palestinian Red Crescent EMTs. However, what struck me as unique was the teenage volunteers.

    Teenagers in Israel volunteer for a myriad of activities -- among the popular ones in the settlements are Magen David Adom emergency medical service, and the Fire Department's Fire and Rescue service. These teens spend their free time helping others in some of Israel's most mission critical assignments; saving lives.

    These teenagers came as part of the ambulance and fire rescue crews and cooperated fully, professionally, and ethically -- as one would expect.


    These same teenagers were the exact same ones on the Outpost hilltops...the Ramat Gilad hilltop I posted about last week. The same teenagers vilified by Israel's Leftist establishment.

    The same settler teenagers who build the land and defend the land, are the same ones who save lives...of Jews and Arabs alike."

    Well said.

    I must take issue with one assertion of Jameel, who wrote that it was "irrelevant" that all of the victims were "Palestinian." No, amigo, it is NOT irrelevant when the multitudinous forces of evil of the world, mindlessly assisted by the even more multitudinous cowards and moral cretins, are constantly accusing you of genocide, attempted genocide, and conspiracy to commit genocide against the noble Balesdinian beoble.

    When America's disgusting and disgraceful President spewed out his recent 17-hours-long "address to the Muslim world" in Cairo, he didn't take issue with one single blood libel, didn't ridicule a single insane anti-Jewish Arab rumor, didn't knock down a single vulgar lie propagated by the gutter Arab press. So publishing truthful, day-in-day-out stories like this, and specifically noting the good works of those eeeeeevil settlers towards the Balesdinians, is NOT irrelevant. It needs to be said, if only to make up for the intellectual vacuum left by our morally cretinous President and his Judenrat/collaborator posse.