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An official statement of policy here at TMQ2

We strongly believe in strict gun control.

If you can’t control your gun, you will miss the fucking target.

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  1. The right to be offended
  2. The right to be a victim
  3. The right to free medical care at some one else’s expense
  4. The right to live where no (legally owned) guns exist.
  5. The right to free college at some one else’s expense.
  6. The right to hate all religions except Islam.
  7. The right to debase, intimidate and silence any and all opposing viewpoints.
  8. The right to express any opinion violently with out consequence.
  9. The right to let any foreigner into this country who wants in, no questions asked.
  10. The right to cry like a fucking baby if any of these are infringed upon.

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It seems one of the premier Jesuit colleges, Fordham University, is under attack by the SJP.

For the uninitiated, that stands for Shitheads and Jizzbags for Phonystine.

The Phonystinians are livid that Fordham isn’t allowing them the privilege of using the school to spread their lies and hatred.

If you can, proudly wear the Maroon in solidarity with Fordham, buy their athletic wear and state the reason if asked.

www.algemeiner.com/2017/02/03/fordham-university-facing-backlash-for-rejecting-sjp-on-campus/

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The changing linguistic landscape has given new meaning to some very familiar terms, thanks in no small part to the media and academia.

For example:

  • Mentally disturbed individual = Muslim terrorist
  • Lone wolf = Muslim terrorist who was aided by friends, family and community.
  • Islamophobia = The heightened mental state of being aware of Muslim terrorists.
  • Anti-Zionist = Classic Jew hating Nazi bigot.

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Why does the world ignore the plea for an independent and sovereign state for an ethnically and culturally distinct people, who just happen to be Sunni Muslim?

While at the same time demand one for a fabricated entity made up of Arab immigrants with no distinct cultural or ethnic features that distinguish them from any other Arab demographic.

The Kurds are an ancient populace akin to Persians that speak their own language, have a history pre-dating the Roman Empire, and meet the criteria for cultural uniqueness.

Scattered across portions of Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran where they govern themselves they have maintained rule of law, respect for minority populations, and a functioning and prosperous society.

They have proven themselves to be pro- democracy and pro-American and yet still get the short end of the stick from their supposed allies when push comes to shove.

“Palestinians” on the other hand are the world’s poster children for oppression and subjugation based on fabricated evidence and outright bullshit.

They claim ancient lineage without merit. One minute they are Canaanites the next minute they are Philistines. Both of these ancient peoples died off or were subsumed into the local populations thousands of years ago. The Philistines were given that name by the ancient Israelites based on the Hebrew word for conquerors because they were actually colonizers from the Aegean. Google the word Palestinian it appears before 1900 and all the references will apply to Jews.

Any non-Jew in pre-1948 Palestine will most likely be an Arab.

Either an Arab from the original Muslim invasion of the 7th century or Arab immigrants from the surrounding areas such as Lebanon,Syria,Iraq or Egypt who came in the early 20th century because as the Zionists established an infrastructure and economy there were employment opportunities for Arabs.

The”Palestinians” of today are just as much an immigrant group as those they claim are dispossessing them.

Besides, the “Palestinians” were given their own homeland in 1922 in a place called Trans-Jordan and later Jordan.

The Kurds have created an oasis of civilization in the midst of barbaric conflagration, and deserve their own nation state for the sake of humanity.

The “Palestinians'” contribution to the world has been the hijacked airplane and the suicide bomber. The only connection they have to the ancient enemies of the Jews is their practice of child sacrifice.

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Psst, Ray, You There? ray-the_dope_hanania

You see this?

Holy shit Ray, is this fucked up or what?

Columnist Says Israel ‘Last Hope’ for Arab Christians Before Total Annihilation

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We must all join together and condemn France  for the disproportionate response to the acts of resistance carried out in Paris last week.

France must be pressured to do whatever it takes to end the cycle of violence between the French and Muslims.

Countless innocent lives are being taken by indiscriminate French air attacks that target civilians.

We call on all entities, both public and private to boycott French products, academics and services; divest from any economic ventures; and sanction the country of France under the harshest of terms.

We only want to see Frenchmen and Muslims living side by side in peace in two states.

Muslims should not have to endure living under French occupation.

We are all ISIS

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Gotcha again, you goat-fucking dirt-bag secret homos

Our findings now confirm that alongside life insurance or used car salesmen, lawyers, carnie barkers and pimps, we can now add journalists to those professions requiring the purveyance of slimy, sleazy slugs.

Matti Friedman explains it all in a speech he gave in London this week:

One night several years ago, I came out of Bethlehem after a reporting assignment and crossed through the Israeli military checkpoint between that city and its neighbor, Jerusalem, where I live. With me were perhaps a dozen Palestinian men, mostly in their thirties – my age. No soldiers were visible at the entrance to the checkpoint, a precaution against suicide bombers. We saw only steel and concrete. I followed the other men through a metal detector into a stark corridor and followed instructions barked from a loudspeaker – Remove your belt! Lift up your shirt! The voice belonged to a soldier watching us on a closed-circuit camera. Exiting the checkpoint, adjusting my belt and clothing with the others, I felt like a being less than entirely human and understood, not for the first time, how a feeling like that would provoke someone to violence.

Consumers of news will recognize this scene as belonging to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, which keeps the 2.5 million Palestinians in that territory under military rule, and has since 1967. The facts of this situation aren’t much in question. This should be an issue of concern to Israelis, whose democracy, military, and society are corroded by the inequality in the West Bank. This, too, isn’t much in question.

The question we must ask, as observers of the world, is why this conflict has come over time to draw more attention than any other, and why it is presented as it is. How have the doings in a country that constitutes 0.01 percent of the world’s surface become the

focus of angst, loathing, and condemnation more than any other? We must ask how Israelis and Palestinians have become the stylized symbol of conflict, of strong and weak, the parallel bars upon which the intellectual Olympians of the West perform their tricks – not Turks and Kurds, not Han Chinese and Tibetans, not British soldiers and Iraqi Muslims, not Iraqi Muslims and Iraqi Christians, not Saudi sheikhs and Saudi women, not Indians and Kashmiris, not drug cartel thugs and Mexican villagers. Questioning why this is the case is in no way an attempt to evade or obscure reality, which is why I opened with the checkpoint leading from Bethlehem. On the contrary – anyone seeking a full understanding of reality can’t avoid this question. My experiences as a journalist provide part of the answer, and also raise pressing questions that go beyond the practice of journalism.

I have been writing from and about Israel for most of the past 20 years, since I moved there from Toronto at age 17. During the five and a half years I spent as part of the international press corps as a reporter for the American news agency The Associated Press, between 2006 and 2011, I gradually began to be aware of certain malfunctions in the coverage of the Israel story – recurring omissions, recurring inflations, decisions made according to considerations that were not journalistic but political, all in the context of a story staffed and reported more than any other international story on earth. When I worked in the AP’s Jerusalem bureau, the Israel story was covered by more AP news staff than China, or India, or all of the fifty-odd countries of sub-Saharan Africa combined. This is representative of the industry as a whole.

In early 2009, to give one fairly routine example of an editorial decision of the kind I mean, I was instructed by my superiors to report a second-hand story taken from an Israeli newspaper about offensive T-shirts supposedly worn by Israeli soldiers. We had no confirmation of our own of the story’s veracity, and one doesn’t see much coverage of things US Marines or British infantrymen have tattooed on their chests or arms. And yet T-shirts worn by Israeli soldiers were newsworthy in the eyes of one of the world’s most powerful news organizations. This was because we sought to hint or say outright that Israeli soldiers were war criminals, and every detail supporting that portrayal was to be seized upon. Much of the international press corps covered the T-shirt story. At around the same time, several Israeli soldiers were quoted anonymously in a school newsletter speaking of abuses they had supposedly witnessed while fighting in Gaza; we wrote no fewer than three separate stories about this, although the use of sources whose identity isn’t known to reporters is banned for good reason by the AP’s own in-house rules. This story, too, was very much one that we wanted to tell. By the time the soldiers came forward to say they hadn’t actually witnessed the events they supposedly described, and were trying to make a point to young students about the horrors and moral challenges of warfare, it was, of course, too late.

Also in those same months, in early 2009, two reporters in our bureau obtained details of a peace offer made by the Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, to the Palestinians several months before, and deemed by the Palestinians to be insufficient. The offer proposed a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza with a capital in a shared Jerusalem. This should have been one of the year’s biggest stories. But an Israeli peace offer and its rejection by the Palestinians didn’t suit OUR story. The bureau chief ordered both reporters to ignore the Olmert offer, and they did, despite a furious protest from one of them, who later termed this decision “the biggest fiasco I’ve seen in 50 years of journalism.” But it was very much in keeping not only with the practice at the AP, but in the press corps in general. Soldiers’ vile t-shirts were worth a story. Anonymous and unverifiable testimonies of abuses were worth three. A peace proposal from the Israeli prime minister to the Palestinian president was not to be reported at all.

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The Charlie Hebdo martyrs slain by vermin who deserve to be fed alive to pigs, died for the sake of free speech;

So media luminaries have the right to report breaking headlines such as;

December 1941 Torpedo Planes Attack Pearl Harbor
June 1940 Russia Invaded By Tanks
April 1861 Artillerymen Bombard Fort Sumter
September 2001 Pilots Destroy World Trade Center

Very few have the balls to call these vermin what they are: pieces of muslim shit.

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Obama, Hitler, And Exploding The Biggest Lie In History
Bill Flax | Forbes

“The line between fascism and Fabian socialism is very thin. Fabian socialism is the dream. Fascism is Fabian socialism plus the inevitable dictator.” John T. Flynn

Numerous commentators have raised alarming comparisons between America’s recent economic foibles and Argentina’s fall “from breadbasket to basket case.” The U.S. pursues a similar path with her economy increasingly ensnared under the growing nexus of government control. Resources are redistributed for vote-buying welfare schemes, patronage style earmarks, and graft by unelected bureaucrats, quid pro quo with unions, issue groups and legions of lobbyists.

In Argentina, everyone acknowledges that fascism, state capitalism, corporatism – whatever – reflects very leftwing ideology. Eva Peron remains a liberal icon. President Obama’s Fabian policies (Keynesian economics) promise similar ends. His proposed infrastructure bank is just the latest gyration of corporatism. Why then are fascists consistently portrayed as conservatives? (more…)

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