woensdag 4 maart 2015

I am the Worst Terrorist Attack the United States has Ever Faced

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zondag 1 maart 2015

Bring Back the Bush Doctrine—with One Addition

by Andrew C. McCarthy February 28, 2015 4:00 AM
There is a path to victory in the fight against radical Islam, and our next president should embrace it.

What should be our strategy against ISIS? We ask the question without ever considering Iran. What concessions about centrifuges and spent fuel should we demand to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power? We ask the question never linking the mullahs’ weapons ambitions with its sponsorship of the global jihad . . . the only reason we dread a nuclear Iran.
What should be the national-defense strategy of the United States against radical Islam, the most immediate and thoroughgoing security and cultural threat we face today?
I had the good fortune to be asked to participate in a CPAC panel Friday on defending America against rogue states. With 2016 hopefuls crowding the halls, it got me to thinking: What should we hope to hear from Republicans who want to be the party’s standard-bearer?
It is often said that we lack a strategy for defeating our enemies. Actually, we have had a strategy for 14 years, ever since the fleeting moment of clarity right after the 9/11 attacks.
That strategy is called the Bush Doctrine, and it remains the only one that has any chance of working . . . at least if we add a small but crucial addendum — one that should have been obvious enough back in 2001, and that hard lessons of history have now made inescapable.
Read more at: National Review

maandag 23 februari 2015

Oslo Synagogue ‘Muslim Peace Ring’ Organizer: Jews Were Behind 9/11, Mumbai Terror Attack

International media narrative on weekend event quickly falls apart.

On Saturday, I expressed serious skepticism here at PJ Media about the “Muslim Peace Ring” that surrounded an Oslo synagogue over the weekend. Here’s what I observed:
Now I’m not going to get into the motives of those involved today, but color me skeptical of these types of events for several reasons.
First, if you contact the international media to cover your event, forgive me if I question your sincerity. Your staged “Ring of Peace” photo op is really a “Ring of Propaganda.” Matthew 6:1-4 and all that.
Secondly, when you use actual victims (Jews) to try to make yourselves (Muslims) the victims by leading your chants with “No to anti-Semitism,” and then smuggling in your own “Islamophobia” narrative, I’m calling BS…
Thirdly, these Muslim “human chain” photo ops are never around when you actually need them.
I gave the example of the “Muslim human ring” around the Mar Girgis Church in Sohag, Egypt story that was circulated in July 2013, only to have the same church torched by the Muslim Brotherhood the very next month.

Read more at: PJ Media

zondag 22 februari 2015

Washington Examiner: Obama Kept Reformist Muslims From Extremism Summit

Ken Shepherd | February 21, 2015 | 2:40 PM EST

President Obama is so wedded to his faulty notion that ISIS has absolutely nothing at all to do with Islamic theology that he banned a group of reform-minded Muslims from the just-concluded Countering Violent Extremism summit, the Washington Examiner is reporting today.

Read more at: Newsbusters

I don’t care that Muslims are standing in front of a synagogue

Marc Goldberg, February 21st 2015, 11:49 am

In the wake of a terrorist murder at a synagogue in Copenhagen many Norwegian Muslims have determined to show solidarity with the Jewish community there. They shall be taking position outside a synagogue to “guard” it through making a “human peace ring” around it.

I wish they wouldn’t.

Superficial expressions of solidarity are all well and good but what we need is something a lot more real. No sensible person ever doubted that there were plenty of Muslims out there happy to live side by side with Jews. What I would prefer is to see the Muslim community take active measures to curb the extremism in their own mosques, schools and institutions. This isn’t just what the Jews need, it’s what everyone needs.

Are any of the politicians of Europe, in whose hands lie the power to tackle Islamic extremism head on, going to do anything at all to ensure that the real problem is dealt with?

Perhaps they could work on countering Islamic extremism instead of attacking the Prime Minister of Israel for telling Jews to make aliyah. Of course I wouldn’t expect European politicians to be anything other than outraged by calls from the Israeli Prime Minister for Jews to turn their backs on Europe and move to Israel. Such calls serve as a reminder of the European failure when it comes to accepting Jewry as an integrated part of Europe.

Zionism is a Jewish and a European ideology. It was born in Europe as a response to a hatred of Jews. A hatred whose very name, anti-Semitism, was coined by a Jew hater who wanted his hatred to sound more scientific. Every time you hear someone arguing they can’t be anti-Semitic because they’re a Semite you’ll see his effort bearing fruit.

The only reason Israel exists is because of Europe’s shabby treatment of Jews. The fact that in the 21st century Jews are still abandoning Europe to flock to Israel is a harsh reminder of European failure vis a vis the Jews. No wonder European politicians are taking it personally it’s a harsh indictment of their ineffectiveness.

Read more at: Harry's Place

Update: Media Hoax: 20 Muslims Holding Hands Become 1,000-Strong ‘Ring of Peace’ at Oslo Synagogue

The weekend’s feel-good story about a Muslim “ring of peace” formed to “protect” Jews at an Oslo synagogue turned out to be a complete fabrication by the mainstream media, according to an eyewitness report, local officials, and attendees’ photos.

According to a local eyewitness, only about 20 or so Muslims formed the “ring of peace” around the Oslo synagogue. In fact, pictures from multiple angles show that there wasn’t enough people to form a ring, so the locals instead formed a horizontal line in front of the synagogue.

Read more at: Breitbart

zaterdag 21 februari 2015

O Beautiful, For Specious Guys...

by Mark Steyn
Steyn on America
February 20, 2015

The US media have had a fit of the vapors over Rudy Giuliani's suggestion that Barack Obama does not love America. As the Instapundit says, their reaction suggests that Giuliani hit a nerve.

For my own part, I am way beyond that. By the way, I'm growing rather weary of the cheap comparisons of Obama with Neville Chamberlain. The British Prime Minister got the biggest issue of the day wrong. But no one ever doubted that he loved his country. That's why, after his eviction from Downing Street, Churchill kept him on in his ministry as Lord President of the Council, and indeed made Chamberlain part of the five-man war cabinet and had him chair it during his frequent absences. When he died of cancer in October 1940, Churchill wept over his coffin.

So please don't insult Neville Chamberlain by comparing him to Obama. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, because conspiracies are generally a comforting illusion: the real problem with Obama is that the citizens of the global superpower twice elected him to office. Yet one way to look at the current "leader of the free world" is this: If he were working for the other side, what exactly would he be doing differently?

Read more at: Steyn Online

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says Obama 'doesn't love America'

At a private dinner in midtown Manhattan, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) accused President Barack Obama of not loving America, Politico reports.

Giuliani was speaking to a group including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) and conservative business executives.

"I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America," Giuliani said, according to Politico. "He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country."

Read more: http://uk.businessinsider.com/rudy-giuliani-says-obama-doesnt-love-america-2015-2?r=US#ixzz3SOzwfgt1

woensdag 18 februari 2015

‘Islam in Nederland: angsthazen, opportunisten en zachte heelmeesters verkwanselen westerse kernwaarden’

'Zoek geen nuance of relativering, onthef linkse kerk uit posities'
: 18-02-2015 13:57 uur

Met goedgelovigheid, naïviteit en humanisme werden moslims in Europa ontvangen. De linkse kerk heeft ze vertroeteld en met voorrang behandeld ten koste van de eigen bevolking. In Nederland komt er nog een ingrediënt bij dat het geheel tot een explosief mengsel maakt. Gevoel voor urgentie ontbreekt totaal in de Lage landen. Vandaar het spreekwoord ‘de put dempen nadat de kalf is verdronken’. En het is bijna zover waar het gaat om islamisering en islamterreur.

Zachte heelmeesters als Cohen, Halsema en Pechtold

Mega-haatpaleizen worden gebouwd, openlijk wordt massaal aangegeven dat de wetten van Allah boven de landswetten staan, jodenhaat wordt alsmaar opener en extremer. Wie had kunnen denken dat joden in Amsterdam zich onveiliger zouden voelen dan ik mij als jood in Marokko voelde? Met dank aan de zachte heelmeesters als Job Cohen, Femke Halsema, Alexander Pechtold, Geert Mak en vele andere naïeve sukkels. En nog steeds wordt een podium geboden aan achterlijke, half debiele figuren om hun afkeer van het westen, de democratie en de joden openlijk en omstandig te propageren. In kranten, radio en tv. De media zijn in handen van diezelfde linkse kerk.

Lees meer op: The Post Online