Posts Tagged ‘American Foreign Policy’

Time to throw John Kerry, alias Lurch into the hoosegow and ditch the key.

For over 200 years the Logan act has criminalized private citizens from negotiating with foreign governments.

That didn’t prevent Moose-jaw Kerry from making promises to the Palestinian Authority and encouraging them not to negotiate with the US until he is elected president in 2020.


Where is the mainstream media on this one?

Oh yeah, looking for Trump/Russia collusion.

Jeff Sessions needs to indict Kerry or get the fuck out of town.

And by the way, Mr. Kerry,


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Or maybe you can…..

The snarky looking blonde is Ahed Tamimi , aka Shirley Temper.

She is the poster “child” for so-called oppressed “Palestinian” youth.

Repeatedly used by her terror-tied family, her MO is to accost, harangue and physically harass IDF troops for the sole purpose of eliciting an embarrassing response, all while being recorded on video.

Recently she attacked an Israeli soldier who took her punches and did nothing.

Three days later she was arrested for her actions and now she and her enablers and other anti-Semites are crying foul.

She is currently being used to highlight ( and a bill is before the house to condemn Israel) the plight of “Palestinian children” arrested by Israel.

She is at least 16 years old, possibly 17 or 18. Under “Palestinian” law she has reached the age of majority.

Muslims think nothing of making a bride of a 10-year-old.

That’s a full-grown woman, but a 17-year-old arrested by the IDF is a child?

Some of her fellow “children” serving time have been convicted of normal childhood hi-jinks such as arson and murder.

Typical “Palestinian” bullshit.

Another fabrication of “Palestinians” is that the Israelis are white colonial oppressors and they are people of “color”.

The brunette girl in the photo giving Ahed the snake-eye is an Israeli Jew, as is the other police officer on her right, who is also 20 shades darker than his prisoner.


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The new face of courage and liberty.


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islamicrage3Any ideology that incites, inspires, motivates or expects its adherents to randomly and without provocation, kill as many of those who don’t subscribe to it, deserves to eradicated from the planet along with its adherents, promoters and enablers.


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Last night at bible class we were studying Joseph.

Joseph was the favorite of Jacob’s twelve sons.

Jacob gave him a “coat of many colors” which angered his brothers.

Joseph further angered his brothers by relating two dreams he had.

In the first dream, all the sons were cutting wheat and the brothers’ sheaths encircled and bowed down to Joseph’s sheath.

In the second one, Joseph describes how the sun, moon and eleven stars all bowed down to him.

At this point in the class, the guy sitting next to me around the table, a vocal supporter of Democrat Party platforms, said,

“I think Trump has that dream.”

I said,” Trump doesn’t have to dream it, it’s already happening.”

We then went on to read one of the bible commentators who said the first dream is about material prosperity and wealth, whereas the second is about spirituality and moral greatness. Rather than the two being contradictions, Joseph was the synthesis of them both. He dreamed of prosperity and a world cleansed of evil.

Almost sounds like a well-known New York real estate developer.

To quote Aerosmith, Dream On Donald!

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This most recent selection is Andrew Scott Cooper’s The Fall of Heaven.

It’s all about the Islamist take down of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in 1979.

indexAn informative read for those not alive at the time and for those who can relive those days through a prism not available then.

The shah’s downfall and replacement with a radical, fundamentalist, Islamist theocracy was the first domino to fall in the ongoing clash of cultures knocking into dominoes around us now.

The three takeaways are in no articular order are;

  1. The Shah, according to Cooper was very reluctant to crack down harshly on the nascent uprising when it could have been nipped in the bud before the Islamists took it over. This may have sugar-coated the Shah’s role as I remember meeting Iranian refugees in the late 70s who fled from Savak, the Shah’s secret police.
  2. The Americas, i.e. the Carter Administration and ambassador Sullivan were inept, incompetent, incapable and ignorant when it came to understanding Persian culture, the events unfolding and what America’s interests actually were.
  3. The duplicity and deception on the part of  Khomeini and his ilk in achieving their goal. The organizational methods, strategies and tactics were similar to what is being used today to foment Islamic supremacy worldwide.

The big lesson here is that our leaders are not immune from stupidity and can be easily outmaneuvered by believing those with a proven track record of untrustworthy behavior.

Mr. Trump please read this book.

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Isn’t it funny how Obama has spent his life decrying and apologizing for America’s big bad imperialism but has had no qualms about throwing his supposed weight around when it came to interfering with Israeli elections?

Just like the way he goes to bat and carries water for the Iranian right to develop nuclear energy when he’s forcing America to rely on wind and sun, even at the expense of the coal industry.

How come he’s not strong-arming the Persians to have windmills and solar panels?

But getting back to Bibi.

I’m about a third of the way through a book I was given and that has sat on the shelf unread for at least a decade.

It was written in the late 90s and reprinted in 2003.

The name of the book is A Durable Peace and was written by none other than Netanyahu.

Love him or hate him, there is no getting around the plethora of things he predicted that have come to pass in the last 18 years. He also displays an understanding of the Arab/Muslim mindset far beyond what the leftist robotrons regurgitate incessantly.

Buy the book, stand by Israel, and fuck Obama.

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Reblogged from The Daily Beast, by Nick Gillespie:

Hillbillery and Jebro

Hillbillery and Jebro

For partisan and media elites, ‘the past is never dead. It’s not even past,’ which means with these two candidates likely to lead the race in 2016, the future doesn’t look so different.
As if we need it, here’s extra proof that contemporary politics is more thoroughly exhausted than adult actress Lisa Sparkxxx must have been at the end of her record-setting roll in the hay at the 2004 “Eroticon” in Warsaw, Poland.
The Washington Post reports, “Many of the Republican Party’s most powerful insiders and financiers have begun a behind-the-scenes campaign to draft former Florida governor Jeb Bush into the 2016 presidential race, courting him and his intimates and starting talks on fundraising strategy.” For once, I found myself agreeing with Jesse Jackson. Can’t we just “stay out the Bushes” this one time at least?
On the other side of the aisle, it’s a given that Hillary Clinton is not only the presumptive Democratic nominee, but the only possible Democratic nominee anyone can name with a straight face (sorry, Joe Biden, but this just ain’t your century any more than the 20th was). “There was a Bush or a Clinton in the White House and cabinet for 32 years straight,” notes Maureen Dowd at The New York Times, whose headline writer adds, “Brace Yourself for Hillary and Jeb.”
As it was, it shall always be. About the only cause for optimism is that there’s no Kennedy in the mix.

At least Lisa Sparkxxx participated voluntarily in her own screwing. For the large and growing plurality of Americans who identify as independent, there’s seemingly no way to opt out of the compulsive-repetitive disorder among legacy media types and partisan string-pullers. What is it that Faulkner said in Requiem for a Nun (1950)? “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” Who knew that he was talking about politics in the goddamned 21st century, not Yoknapatawpha County after the Civil War?

It’s not a mystery why elites would totally dig a retro contest between two of the nation’s least-appealing families. It would mean that zombified pundits such as David Gergen, whose lack of cogency is directly proportional to the number of administrations in which he served, could push off retirement a few more years and writers such as Dowd, who peaked in terms of what passes for wit and originality during the Clinton era, could recycle old columns as unashamedly as Cate Blanchet recycles plastic bags at the local Safeway. GOP and Democratic apparatchiks and their big-money enablers wouldn’t have to struggle with the grim and unavoidable fact that fewer and fewer of us are willing to identify with either party – even to strangers on the phone.


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Reblogged from RT

Published time: June 14, 2014 13:08

COMBO: (L) Confederate infantry re-enactors in Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 15, 2012; (R) Armed men ride an armored personnel carrier in Slavyansk April 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Reuters)

COMBO: (L) Confederate infantry re-enactors in Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 15, 2012; (R) Armed men ride an armored personnel carrier in Slavyansk April 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Reuters)

Historical analogies may be inaccurate, but Americans may need to look at their own civil war and compare it to what is happening in Ukraine now. Today the US supports a murderous criminal adventure that has little to do with unifying the country.

This assessment came from Professor Stephen Cohen, prominent US scholar of Russian studies and author, who advised George H.W. Bush in the late 1980s. He spoke to RT about the mistakes of the consecutive American administrations in their Russia policies, the worst crisis in decades that they led to and the deterioration of political discourse in America that prevents things from changing in Washington.

Cohen challenged the narrative of the Ukrainian events dominating in the US, calling the military crackdown by the government an “unwise, reckless, murderous, inhuman campaign that Kiev is conduction against what are admittedly rebel provinces.”

Stephen Frand Cohen

Stephen Frand Cohen

“Lincoln never called the Confederacy terrorists,” the scholar pointed out. “He always [called them], no matter how bad the civil war was, fellow citizens he wanted to come back to the union. Why is Kiev calling its own citizens terrorists? They are rebels. They are protesters. They have a political agenda. Why isn’t Kiev sending a delegation there to negotiate with them?

“Their demands are not unreasonable. They want to elect their own governors – we elect our own governors. They want a say on where their taxes go – ‘no taxation without representation.’ We know what that is,” Cohen said. “There are extremists among them, but there are also people who simply want to live in a Ukraine that is for everybody. And instead the Kiev army, with the full support of the United States, is conducting this assault.”

A man looks at a residential building, where he resides, which was damaged by what locals say was overnight shelling by Ukrainian forces, in the eastern Ukrainian town of Slaviansk June 12, 2014. (Reuters/Gleb Garanich)

A man looks at a residential building, where he resides, which was damaged by what locals say was overnight shelling by Ukrainian forces, in the eastern Ukrainian town of Slaviansk June 12, 2014. (Reuters/Gleb Garanich)

‘Kremlin an essential ally Washington pushes away’

What the US doing with Ukraine now is alienating arguably the best potential ally it has now, Cohen said.

“I am convinced that the most essential partner for the American national security in all of these areas from Iran to Syria, Afghanistan and beyond is the Kremlin, currently occupied by Putin. And the way the United States has treated Putin – I would call it a betrayal of American national interest.” (more…)

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Just in case you haven’t heard, on Thursday night three Jewish teenagers, one an American citizen, were kidnapped in Arab occupied Samaria.

Piece of Shit -in- Chief has been too busy playing golf to be bothered with getting this American home.

Petition the White House- The president needs to bring financial pressure to bear on the PA.

Sign a petition to the White House:


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