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Friday, November 08, 2013

Good Luck Jim Wolf

80 comments:

  1. How many times have I begged Quirk to go to Dr. Leon's School of Hair Design on Tuesday for the $2 cut?

    How many times have I offered to take him to Goodwill Industries for a new used suit?

    That Russian vodka is a tough detox.

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    1. William ShakespeareFri Nov 08, 03:50:00 PM EST

      "Upon your tongue continual slanders ride,
      The which in every language you pronounce,
      Stuffing the ears of men with false reports.”

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    2. William ShakespeareFri Nov 08, 03:50:00 PM EST

      "Upon your tongue continual slanders ride,
      The which in every language you pronounce,
      Stuffing the ears of men with false reports.”

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    3. Out your arse continual slanders slide
      Every language you pronounce doth deride
      The very oaf that speaks it so
      Rat our professional asshole

      Sincere Shakespeare

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      The very oaf that speaks it so
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      Sincere Shakespeare

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      Languages you pronounce doth deride
      The very oaf that speaks it so
      Rat the blog's asshole pro

      That's better.

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      The very oaf that speaks it so
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  2. All a man has is pride. Sometimes you have it so much it is a sin.

    We have all done things for pride that we knew were impossible. We didn't care.

    But a man must implement his pride with intelligence and care.

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  3. “If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.”

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  4. “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”

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    1. Then it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, 'ow's yer soul?"
      But it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll,
      The drums begin to roll, my boys, the drums begin to roll,
      O it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll.


      http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/tommy.html

      We aren't no thin red 'eroes, nor we aren't no blackguards too,
      But single men in barricks, most remarkable like you;
      An' if sometimes our conduck isn't all your fancy paints,
      Why, single men in barricks don't grow into plaster saints;

      While it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, fall be'ind",
      But it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind,
      There's trouble in the wind, my boys, there's trouble in the wind,
      O it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind.

      You talk o' better food for us, an' schools, an' fires, an' all:
      We'll wait for extry rations if you treat us rational.
      Don't mess about the cook-room slops, but prove it to our face
      The Widow's Uniform is not the soldier-man's disgrace.

      For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Chuck him out, the brute!"
      But it's "Saviour of 'is country" when the guns begin to shoot;
      An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
      An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool -- you bet that Tommy sees!

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    2. Show the source of the Kissinger quote.

      He may have felt that but I doubt he was dumb enough to say so.

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    3. At least in public or in print.

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    4. Fudd can find it for himself, Henry's off to other things.
      Use some Google skills


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    5. The recipe for perpetual ignorance is:
      Be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge.

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    6. Fudd BusterFri Nov 08, 04:29:00 PM EST
      Fudd can find it for himself, Henry's off to other things.
      Use some Google skills

      Translated: you can't find it

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    7. Elbert HubbardFri Nov 08, 04:30:00 PM EST

      The recipe for perpetual ignorance is:
      Be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge
      ******

      The recipe for perpetual ignorance is:

      Quote others unceasingly, and never think for yourself.

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    8. Anon,
      He does not "quote" others. And he most assuredly thinks (maliciously) in order to come up with one feeble fabrication after another.

      However, as said earlier, it works for good in that those of intellectual integrity will be forced to immerse themselves in sources of truth.

      The gentleman is deeply disappointed with his lot and has grasped the age old slanders to justify his being: if I am bad, others must be worse.

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    9. The very essence of the creative is its novelty, and hence we have no standard by which to judge it.

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  5. AshFri Nov 08, 02:17:00 PM EST
    Do you just make shit up WiO? Even if your claim of a half-life of 28 days were true that doesn't mean all evidence of Polonium would be gone it that time - just half of the radioactivity would have subsided. From what I've read the half-life of Polonium is quite a bit longer that the number you've offered.



    SO Ash Ash with my typo 138 days...

    http://www.jewishpress.com/news/arabs-launch-the-great-polonium-poisoned-arafat-hoax/2013/10/14/

    Otherwise? Go fuck yourself.

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    1. “To begin by bluster, but afterwards to take fright at the enemy's numbers, shows a supreme lack of intelligence.”

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    2. Sun Tzu?

      He also said never argue with a fool like you....

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    3. “Supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting.”

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    4. End the OccupationFri Nov 08, 07:13:00 PM EST

      we need to clarify another concept: Israel.
      Although usually seen as residing within its pre-1967 boundaries, the Israeli regime exercises control over Palestinians in the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza.
      For the past 46 years, all residents within greater Israel have lived under the same regime, which claims to be the sole legitimate political and military authority.

      The state controls the territory between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, ruling over eight million rights-bearing citizens (75% of whom are Jews) and four million Palestinian subjects denied civil and political rights. Millions of Palestinian refugees (who were born in the territory or whose direct ancestors were) cannot set foot in their homeland, let alone determine its political future as citizens.

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    5. It is better to keep the peace than to make it (yet Netanyahu warns against negotiations with Iran).

      War is violence pushed to the ultimate extreme (yet Olmert prosecuted a "limited" "police action" in Lebanon).

      Against a mysterious strategy the enemy must prepare everywhere (this is how Egypt got over the canal in '73).

      Know yourself, and pretend what you are not (that is, make noises like you really can take out Iran's nuclear enrichment capability without refueling tankers).

      Put on a show of disorder to entice your enemy, then strike. Encourage his cockiness with well-orchestrated false confusion (maybe that was Olmert's strategy in 2006).

      Leave an escape route to a surrounded enemy and they will retire (ie don't take out ALL the pontoon bridges over the Suez canal).

      Permit the taking of enemy booty as an incentive for your troops (and this includes booty hiding under burquas).

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    6. “It is said the warrior's is the twofold Way of pen and sword, and he should have a taste for both Ways.
      Even if a man has no natural ability he can be a warrior by sticking assiduously to both divisions of the Way.”
      A Book of Five Rings

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  6. CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (CBS Charlotte) - North Carolina’s largest insurer is having its share of problems with the Obamacare website.

    Internal emails obtained by WNCN-TV show that Blue Cross Blue Shield show that only 1,000 people had filled out applications as of October 15th.

    In fact, only one person was able to successfully use Healthcare.gov to enroll in the new exchange.

    But even that single person has not paid, which means the enrollment is not complete.

    The emails suggest the “payment re-direct option” on government servers isn’t working.

    Blue Cross Blue Shield found the entire system is so filled with glitches that the company decided not to upload data because it was afraid false information might enter its computer system.

    And the emails reveal a scammer was using the insurer’s name to try to obtain personal information.

    A person was making phone calls claiming to be with the “National Health Care Registry,” and falsely claim it was taking over healthcare reform contracts from the Blue Cross.

    BCBS spokesman Lew Borman told WNCN-TV the company is working with the government to solve these problems.

    “We’re hopeful that the issues can be resolved quickly so the Exchange will work seamlessly for our customers,” he said.

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    1. Rufus is sure keeping a low profile on this ObamaCareDisaster stuff lately.

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    2. Remember the kind of people who need to apply for Obamacare are the ones who can't even negotiate a login at Blogger.

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  7. Billed as costing 8 or 9 hundred million it is already 1.6 trillion and with the young saying the hell with it the cost will double and triple again.

    For poorer care, waiting times, fewer doctors........

    It's a "world class" disaster.

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    1. Fudd Busters InternationalFri Nov 08, 09:09:00 PM EST

      It does not even qualify as a "Wind Riffle"

      It is just a Fudd, "Breaking Wind"

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  8. Later, the secretary was surrounded by cameras and microphones as she met with hospital navigators, who were busy helping patients at Southside Medical Center sign up for new health insurance coverage through Georgia's federally run Marketplace.

    Southside is one of 236 community health centers that will share $150 million in new grants to expand coverage to 1.26 million more patients nationally. It’s also a place where half the patients are uninsured.

    The grants will help Southside support its staff of four navigators, the specially trained guides who help people through the process of applying for coverage.

    "There are eight people on the computer right now. All of them are up and running. They're all in the process of applying," Sebelius said. "So it's getting better. It's not where we need it to be. But it is getting better. I was thrilled to go into the room and everybody was on the system," she added, laughing.

    The massive computer system has been plagued with problems and delays since its highly anticipated rollout on Oct. 1. HHS has brought in a team of specialists and hired a private firm to oversee correcting the problems. They’ve promised to have it running more smoothly by the end of November.

    'The Lesser-Told Story'

    Sebelius also introduced reporters to two people who'd successfully applied for new coverage through the Marketplace.

    Among them were Michael Lappin, 44, and his partner John West, 49, who own a local mortgage company. They said they signed up for a new Humana policy that will jointly save them more than $5,200 a year over what they pay for their current policy. And that's without any financial help from the federal government. Their incomes are too high to qualify for tax credits.

    They said that their deductible will drop from $1,500 to $1,000 a year, and they'll get better coverage with their new plan. "I don't think we're an exception,” Lappin said. “I think we're the lesser-told story."


    'The Lesser-Told Story' continued...

    "I think most people who are getting into it, who are patient with it and not expecting a miracle, are having a good experience," he added.

    Sebelius acknowledged that . . . . . .

    Sebelius

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    1. I guess we could sit around and trade anecdotes all day, but I doubt that any minds would be changed.

      If you want to rail against the incoming tide, be my guest.

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    2. No doubt the ObamaCare Dozen noticed the Virginia Governor's race, which revealed that even presumably safe Democrats could be vulnerable on health care if Republicans can field decent candidates. As flawed and out-fundraised as GOP candidate Ken Cuccinelli was, he closed a huge gap in the polls by relentlessly belting ObamaCare in the final stretch.

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  9. In the meantime, the ACA is still the law, the computers are running (to the tune of 17,000/hr,) and the black guy in the white house isn't backing down. tough titty, tiger; you lost.

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  10. “You should not have any special fondness for a particular weapon, or anything else, for that matter.
    Too much is the same as not enough.
    Without imitating anyone else, you should have as much weaponry as suits you.”
    The Book Of Five Rings

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  11. I hope he catches a break too. I have been wondering what percent of former military vs.'regular' people have this sort of problem?

    More, about the same, less - I have no idea.

    It seems to me that there is help available, but the incentive is often lacking. Every town of any size at all has an AA, many churches have AA groups, but you got to go yourself.

    Surely the VA has some programs too, I would think.

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    1. Any hospital emergency room will refer people after detoxing them a bit to other sources of help.

      After all other avenues are exhausted, one might try ObamaCare as a very last resort. It's billed as taking care of everybody.

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    2. Why not find out and then tell us Farmer Fudd.
      Why do you always rely on others, for things you could easily do yourself?

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    3. Fudd Puster,

      Anon. and I were discussing the plight of Mr.Wolf, a veteran down on his luck. You then come skipping by and change the subject through malicious blustering. That is rude and does not advance the topic of conversation.

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    4. Fudd Busters InternationalFri Nov 08, 08:50:00 PM EST

      Nature of dealing with Fudds, allen.
      We bust 'em any where, any time, we find 'em.

      That' why we are called Fudd Busters International.

      We enforce the Sanctions Regime imposed by the Hegemony of Character, on those Fudds that refuse to admit to mistakes. That refuse to join the Google Community, while drinking at the Google fountain.

      It is not like children are dying because the Hegemony won't let medicine into his mouth. Oh, no.
      These are Sanctions designed to limit his ability to spread hate, misogynist and racially charged statements without challenge. We are going to challenge every statement that we find to be Fuddish.
      We have taken a page from Bibi's book, let no misstatement go unchallenged on this piece of Social Media.

      The battle against Fudds, it knows no borders,

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    5. Fudd Busters InternationalFri Nov 08, 09:05:00 PM EST

      Term were offered...

      They remain on the table.
      As do . . . ALL OPTIONS.
      They are on the table, too

      But the Sanctions Regime dos not falter.

      We take Bibi's strategy for dealing with the Iranian Super Fudd and embrace the concept, extending it towards all Fudds.
      We will Stand Sast and Stay HARD!

      Mimic Bibi, the Strong MAN!

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    6. Hegemenic HeadquartersFri Nov 08, 09:16:00 PM EST

      We have embraced Winston's position, as advocated by the Dimwitted Duo.

      We will not falter, we will never surrender.
      We will fight the Fudd here, to the last man, the last avatar, the last character.

      We of the Hegemony of Character will ...
      Stay the Course!

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    7. .

      Or, it could just be that rat and his mewling crew of alternate personas is just an asshole whose assholdom is legion.

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      'Hegemony of Character'

      Now he sees himself as a group of comic book characters, The Secret Society of Super Villains writ small. His dissociative pathology continues to manifest itself.

      .

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    10. George Gordon ByronFri Nov 08, 11:04:00 PM EST

      “But words are things, and a small drop of ink,
      Falling, like dew, upon a thought produces
      That which makes thousands, perhaps millions think.”

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    11. When you stop doing things for fun you might as well be dead.

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    12. “There is only one basic human right, the right to do as you damn well please.

      And with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences.”


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    13. “I saw the errors I had made and assumed full responsibility for everything.”

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    14. .

      And his secret power?

      He is extraordinarily polite.

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  12. Oh my Lord.

    Next week, former President George W. Bush is scheduled to keynote a fundraiser in Irving, Texas, for the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute, a group that trains people in the United States, Israel, and around the world to convince Jews to accept Jesus as the Messiah. The organization's goal: to "restore" Israel and the Jews and bring about about the second coming of Christ.

    Maybe Iraq Wasn't "all about the oil."

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  13. Fyodor DostoyevskySat Nov 09, 12:20:00 AM EST

    “There is only one means of salvation, then take yourself and make yourself responsible for all men's sins, that is the truth, you know, friends, for as soon as you sincerely make yourself responsible for everything and for all men, you will see at once that it is really so, and that you are to blame for every one and for all things.”

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  14. Rat is crazy as hell.

    And Fyodor is all mixed up.

    I'm not takin' responsibility for the words or actions of Crazy Rat and I'm sure as hell not to blame for his being a professional asshole.

    One must save oneself, and get out of the salvation business for others.

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    1. Ifeanyi Enoch OnuohaSat Nov 09, 01:47:00 AM EST

      “In you is the ability that will move you from nonentity and mediocrity to an entity of meteority. Take responsiblity now!”

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    2. Meteority?

      You mean like in chasing a meteor or ascending to a comet?

      I am just trying to learn.

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  15. QuirkFri Nov 08, 10:44:00 PM EST
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    'Hegemony of Character'

    Now he sees himself as a group of comic book characters, The Secret Society of Super Villains writ small. His dissociative pathology continues to manifest itself.
    ****

    I still think there may be an organic component, but it's hard to tell without examining the man and who would want to ever do that?

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    1. “It is wrong and immoral to seek to escape the consequences of one's acts.”

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    2. It's also futile.

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    3. You can't blame anyone else, ... , no one but yourself.
      You have to make your own choices and live every agonizing day with the consequences of those choices.”

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    4. “It is wrong and immoral to seek to escape the consequences of one's acts.”

      That was pretty much Chief Justice Roberts' take on the election of Obama and subsequent passing of the ACA. Buck up and pay the tax.

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  16. QuirkFri Nov 08, 10:29:00 PM EST
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    Or, it could just be that rat and his mewling crew of alternate personas is just an asshole whose assholdom is legion.

    .

    This I think may finally be the best explanation.

    g'nite

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    1. Christopher HitchensSat Nov 09, 02:16:00 AM EST

      “Violent, irrational, intolerant, allied to racism and tribalism and bigotry, invested in ignorance and hostile to free inquiry, contemptuous of women and coercive toward children: Farmer Fudd ought to have a great deal on his conscience.”

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    2. Islam or Evangelical Protestantism? We report you decide.

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  17. “Most of us have nicknames—annoying, endearing, embarrassing.

    But what about your true name?

    It is not necessarily your given name. But it is the one to which you are most eager to respond when called.

    Ever wonder why?

    Your true name has the secret power to call you.”

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  18. You mean like.........asshole?

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    1. If some people here were to say in unison - hey, you, asshole!, who is most likely to respond?

      The insiders odds are heavily in favor of it being our professional asshole.

      That is after all what he named himself.

      And he seems to always respond to it.

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    2. That would be very much like calling out to a bunch of sailors debarking from a cruiser, "Hey, you in the white hat!"

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    3. The Navy has been gender inclusive for a long time now.

      :)

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  19. November 9, 2013
    The Vital Lesson of Kristallnacht
    By Bruce Walker

    November 9, 2013 marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of one of the most notorious and nasty crimes of the twentieth century: the "Night of the Broken Glass," when Nazi Germany engaged in an orgy of destruction and violence against those Jews who remained in the Third Reich. Jews were beaten and killed; synagogues were vandalized and burned; Jewish homes and businesses were pillaged and wrecked.

    The civilized West was horrified. Although Nazi contempt for Jews was no secret, the period leading up to Kristallnacht had been fairly tame. Anti-Semitic propaganda had almost vanished in 1936, when the Nazis were trying to impress the world with the 1936 Olympic Games. Germany had long been known as an orderly society -- almost a compulsively orderly society. Cold Pogrom, the title of a 1939 book by Max Berges, described the calculated and increasing pressure on a typical German Jewish family which led, eventually, to the death of every family member.

    At first, although this seems odd to us today, the Nazis claimed that they were simply trying to drive Jews out of Germany. The threat which the very existence of Jews supposedly posed to National Socialism manifested itself later. Those familiar with the history of the time doubtless recall the "Madagascar Plan," which involved the removal of Jews from Europe to the big French-held island off the coast of southern Africa.

    What is less well-known is that the other totalitarian regime, Stalinist Russia, also had its "Madagascar" for in Biro-Bidjan, a remote region of eastern Siberia which was calculated to be one of the first areas attacked if Japan and Russia became involved in a war. Stalin, as he approached his alliance with Hitler, gave orders to "Clean out the synagogue!," meaning to purge Jews from all senior leadership position in the Soviet Union.

    Hatred of Jews is always near the black heart of modern totalitarianism. Perversely, Imperialist Japan, which had almost no Jews at all, as Maurice Hindus noted in the 1940s, at the time "embarked on a campaign of anti-Semitism which in the virulence of its language is comparable to that of Nazi Germany. All the more extraordinary is this campaign because the Japanese know hardly anything about Jews."

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    1. Imperial Japan also loathed Christians, as Baker noted in Darkness of the Sun: "The prejudice [of Japanese] brought out a virtual reign of terror where Christians were concerned[.] ... Schools were controlled directly by the Ministry of Education and its prefectural suborganizations and it was their definite policy to remove all Christian influences from them[.] ... Fathers disinherit their children who are converted to Christianity."

      Hatred of Jews and Christians united those vile men who committed the Rape of Nanking, the Holomodor (systematic extermination of millions of Ukrainians by Stalin), and the Holocaust. Nazi hatred of Christianity has tended to be overlooked -- I cover it extensively in Swastika Against the Cross -- and as but one example in documentaries about The Night of the Long Knives, Hitler's blood purge, it is seldom noted that most of the lay Catholic leadership in Germany were murdered that same night. Soviet hatred of Jews has been concealed by those who were too willing to accept Jewish support for Bolshevism despite the fact that Stalin clearly planned a "Second Holocaust" in the early 1950s.

      The vital lesson of Kristallnacht and the interconnected horrors of the last century is that Christians and Jews are canaries in the mineshaft of human behavior. This is very scary history for us today. The persecution of Christians today occurs around the world, and not just by Muslims or even secularists (Hindus, for example, persecute Christians in India today). Every day, somewhere, brave Christians are dying for their faith.

      The rise of anti-Semitism in Europe and the brisk sales of hideous defamations like the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion are a somber testament to this global sickness. This disease is so prevalent in some parts of Europe that incidents of clear anti-Semitism are simply no longer news anymore.

      Which nations are loathed most lustily by the adopted children of Hitler and Stalin today? Two nations alone face hissing from the shadows: America, which has the most devoted Christian population of any major nation in the world, and Israel, the only true homeland for the Jewish people. The voices of hatred come within America from men like Barack Obama, who are bitterly clinging to their atheism and statism. It is not even so much atheism as the Christian and Jewish principle of a Loving God and a Blessed Creator which drives Nazis, Bolsheviks, and their modern siblings to fury.

      If the world needed to be reminded of just what this means, it was reminded seventy-five years ago. We ought never to need reminding again.

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    2. "Fathers disinherit their children who are converted to Christianity."

      That kinda goes along with the salvation package.

      "For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law." -- Jesus

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    3. At first, although this seems odd to us today, the Nazis claimed that they were simply trying to drive Jews out of Germany. The threat which the very existence of Jews supposedly posed to National Socialism manifested itself later. Those familiar with the history of the time doubtless recall the "Madagascar Plan," which involved the removal of Jews from Europe to the big French-held island off the coast of southern Africa.

      Lincoln had the same idea viz a viz the blacks around the time of that so-called literary kerfuffle over the Bible.

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  20. Thank goodness 'Palestine' won't be an apartheid state like Israel -

    Hamas top dog: We'll expel or kill all the Zionists



    When Pamela Geller devised the ad above and we tried to run it in Seattle (in response to bogus "Palestinian" ads claiming that "Palestinians" don't have equal rights in Israel), Seattle transit balked, saying that the statement wasn't true. We then provided proof from statements by "moderate" Mahmoud Abbas and other "Palestinians," and the ads ran -- whereupon local news reports prominently featured a "Palestinian" activist saying that the claim was false. But now Hamas has again reaffirmed, as did the PA's Abbas recently.

    "Hamas Official: We'll Expel or Kill All the Zionists," by Dalit Halevi and Elad Benari for Israel National News, November 8 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

    A senior Hamas official declared on Thursday that his group intends to stick to its mission - “liberating” all of “Palestine” (meaning all of Israel).

    The official, Khalil Al-Khiya, stressed that Hamas will never give up on one inch of “Palestine”. He made the comments during a memorial event for five Hamas terrorists who were killed by IDF soldiers in Gaza last week.

    “This way (in which the dead terrorists acted) sends a message to the Zionists, according to which they have no place in the land of Palestine,” said Al-Khiya, who threatened, “We shall expel you from our land, we will fight on it against you, and we will either kill you or expel you from it after you surrender.”

    Al-Khiya praised the “resistance” in Judea and Samaria, calling on Palestinian Authority Arabs in the region to “continue the path of Jihad.”

    He stressed that the jihad is the way to achieve victory. The event was attended by top officials in Hamas, including the deputy head of its political bureau and Hamas’s Prime Minister in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh.

    The statement by Al-Khiya follows another one by a senior Hamas politician, who earlier joined the call for an “intifada” terror war against Israel over Jews’ visits to the Temple Mount.

    Gaza Minister of Religious Affairs Ismail Radwan accused Israel of “raiding the holy Aqsa Mosque” and called for a holy war, according to Hamas’s Al-Qassam website.

    Each “raid” on the mosque brings a third “intifada” terror war closer, he warned, using the term commonly used by extremist groups to describe Jewish visits to the Mount. Any attack on the mosque is an attack on “the Islamic nation and its dignity,” he declared.

    In recent days and weeks there have been several calls by PA Arab factions for a new “intifada” terror was against Israelis. These calls have not been made only by Hamas, which rules Gaza, but also by the armed branch of Fatah, headed by Mahmoud Abbas whom the West calls a “peace partner” with Israel.

    Several weeks ago, Fatah’s armed branch, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade, declared war and announced that it would give the “green light” to terrorist attacks targeting Israelis.

    At the same time, the Palestinian Authority reportedly rejected recent calls by Hamas and Islamic Jihad for a “third intifada” in Judea and Samaria, saying it would “not allow the West Bank to become an arena for chaos to serve a private agenda.”

    We'll see.

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    1. from JihadWatch

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    2. Any attack on the mosque is an attack on “the Islamic nation and its dignity,” he declared.

      Dignity. The Islamic Nation uses its right hand to eat because the left hand is used to wipe its bottom.

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    3. These events should make Jordan very nervous. The original mandate (1922) incorporated what is now the Kingdom of Jordan into Palestine. Arafat and company attempted to exercise this option during the Black September struggle.

      Neither Israel nor Jordan is safe from the terrorists.

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