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Sunday, January 29, 2017

"Christians in the Middle-East have been executed in large numbers: We cannot allow this horror to continue!" - Trump Tweet this morning

You can always judge a man by the quality of his enemies. — Oscar Wilde.

TIME MACHINE:

Ted Nugent: President Trump ‘would kick ass and take names’
BY NEETZAN ZIMMERMAN - 07/31/15 03:59 PM EDT

Consider hard rocker and conservative firebrand Ted Nugent Donald Trump’s number one fan.

Nugent, famous for his outspoken views on hunting and immigration, has already called for Trump to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, but in a new interview airing this Sunday, the NRA board member is calling for the real estate mogul to be awarded the presidency as well.

“I think Donald Trump, if he stays on course, he’s gonna be the next President of the United States,” Nugent told "The Rita Cosby Show."
Asked by the host what he liked about Trump, Nugent underlined the businessman’s "bold, brazen, courageous, unapologetic politics in his stance,” adding that, “his campaign, is just what the working-hard, playing-hard American families have been waiting for.”

Pressed on whether he thought Trump would make a good president, Nugent didn’t wait for Cosby to finish her question.

“Yes!” he said, cutting the host off. "He would kick ass and take names, and that's what America needs right now."

166 comments:

  1. Trump said what he was going to do and horror of horrors, he is doing it.

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    1. If this is the beginning of a common sense reaction against political correctness and the inevitability of left wing fatalism, it's better late than never.

      There is a greater right to protect your own national and cultural identity than there is to accept the notion that others have a right to what is yours.

      However, it is a two way street. Mind our own business and protect our own. Expect no less and abandon the idea that we know what is best for others.

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    2. Protect our own? Do you mean, like your man Trump, the Christians in the ME?

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  3. And it will be painful for a few but not most. Hopefully at some point the tiny tail will stop wagging the big dog.

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  4. Wife and I were just talking about how idiotic those American women looked in their pussy caps.

    Juvenile beyond belief, a new low was reached.

    What the hell are they complaining about ?

    These American women are spoiled.

    Let them go out and march for women's rights for women in moslem lands, the dumbshits.

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    1. We're both hoping California secedes.

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    :o)


    Nationalism, nativism, chauvinism, oh my.


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    1. What the hell are they marching for ?

      They've got more rights than men.

      More property, too.

      More rights to self defense.

      What the hell is this:

      Nationalism, nativism, chauvinism, oh my.

      And what's it got to do with a bunch of idiot women marching around in cunt caps ?

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    2. Equal pay for equal work was passed back in the JFK days, for God's sake.

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      Why are you stepping on my post, old man?

      If you want to rant stick to your own.

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    4. There are more women in the universities these days than men.

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    5. I thought you were referring to me, someway, Mr. Senescence.

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      You idiot, my post was addressed to Deuce's post.

      I wouldn't waste time with yours.

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    7. You dumbshit, there's not a thing about Nationalism, nativism, chauvinism in it.

      Here's the headline:

      "Christians in the Middle-East have been executed in large numbers: We cannot allow this horror to continue!" - Trump Tweet this morning

      which you obviously missed even though it's in plain sight at the top of the page in BIG BLACK LETTERS.

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  6. I'm all in favor of bringing the endangered Christians and others in from Syria, etc.

    There's a genocide going on, for God's sake.

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      Gee, Ill have to nominate you for the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

      What a swell, guy.

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    2. You don't care about the Christians ?

      Faux Roman Catholic as you are ?

      You ought to be out marching around to save your brethren.

      As for the muzzies, I was the guy that suggested safe zones be established, only to be called a warmonger by the SMIRK'n'QUIRK TWINS

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    4. Why are you wasting time replying to my post when you just said at:

      QuirkSun Jan 29, 11:43:00 AM EST
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      You idiot, my post was addressed to Deuce's post.

      I wouldn't waste time with yours.


      you wouldn't waste your time doing so ?

      Hahahahahahha

      By the look of things this morning, you were heavy on the bottle last night.

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      Bull.

      Doug complained that of the Syrian refugees coming into the US less than 1% were Christians even though they represent about 5% of the population there. What he didn't mention is that right next door in Iraq, the Christians represented about 15% of the refugees even though they represent only about 1% of the population.

      Why the discrepancy? Who knows? It's complicated. In Syria, the Christians in general represent the middle class. Maybe they have the means to move on their own without going through the refugee process. Lebanon with a big Christian population is right next door and welcomes Christians. We've talked about the refugee process, how complicated it is, and how it starts with the UN. the truth is it's hard to pin down the difference for Christians with Syria and Iraq. It may be as simple as more Christians apply for refugee status in Iraq because they are more persecuted there.

      The real question is, why isn't the US doing more to stop the persecution in those countries.

      In Syria, the Assad regime is allied with the Christians, yet, the US is fighting Assad.

      In Iraq, the US destroyed Iraqi society, that had and still have tremendous influence on the government there, yet from what I can see, they have done zip to help Christians there.

      In Egypt, we send $billions in aid each year to a bankrupt military regime yet we put zero pressure on them to stop the persecution of the Copts and other minorities.

      I could go on.

      Trump says the right things about Christians. Let's see him do something.

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    I see Trump's order only applies to countries where he doesn't have any business interests.

    What about Turkey, Egypt, the UAE? Indonesia, Saudi Arabia where he was trying to get in?


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    1. It applies to countries that are Failed States, but you're not quick enough Quirk to catch on. And I read the list wasn't put together by him. It was states that were judged so disordered they couldn't adequately process information.

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    2. Which is the same standard I apply to you.

      ;)

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      Failed states? Oh, you mean the countries the US has screwed up over the last 15 years?

      What about Afghanistan?


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    4. Saudi Arabia IS a failed state, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson, seeing as the 11SEP01 raid on the US was carried out by Saudi Arabians.

      Mr Trump is closing the dooor, after the deed 's been done.

      As for Mr Trump's selection of those countries to be frozen out of the US and how the countries have no Trump corporate interest within their borders

      “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power”

      ― Benito Mussolini

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    5. Idaho BobSun Jan 29, 12:10:00 PM EST
      Why are you wasting time replying to my post when you just said at:

      QuirkSun Jan 29, 11:43:00 AM EST
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      You idiot, my post was addressed to Deuce's post.

      I wouldn't waste time with yours.

      you wouldn't waste your time doing so ?

      Hahahahahahha

      By the look of things this morning, you were heavy on the bottle last night.


      I didn't put the list together. You'll have to ask those who did.

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    6. I see Dead Beat Dad, War Criminal and 'Cattle Rancher' - hahaha - is back, when he should be out working on his supersecret project to protect us all -- working with the CIA, Defense, NSA, etc - off the shores of Panama.

      Since Quirk is here, he can analyze your problems again, desert rat.

      When everyone went through it before, Quirk's diagnosis was judged best by the majority here at the time.

      So, I turn you over to Quirk.

      For those who may not know, Jack desert rat claimed to have lead a death squad in Central America

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    7. The words of Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson are hose of a thief and fraudster, by his own, QUOTABLE, writing.

      Bob Thu May 27, 12:52:00 AM EDT

      But I did rip off the bank for $7500 hundred dollars, when I was on my knees, and fighting for my economic life, on my aunt's credit card. But that wasn't really stealing, just payback.


      The reader will notice that our in-house "Draft Dodger" can NEVER validate his comments about little ole' me.

      {;-)

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  8. Trump’s Executive Order on Refugees — Separating Fact from Hysteria

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/444370/donald-trump-refugee-executive-order-no-muslim-ban-separating-fact-hysteria

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    1. “The essence of fascism is to make laws forbidding everything and then enforce them selectively against your enemies.”

      ― John Lescroart

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    2. Federal Judges did not approve of Mr Obama's Executive Orders concerning Immigration ...

      Mr Trump's Executive Order has been stayed, as well.

      Those UNCONSTITUTIONAL Executive Orders ...
      Every President wants to be King.

      Judge Blocks Trump Order on Refugees Amid Chaos and Outcry Worldwide

      https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/28/us/refugees-detained-at-us-airports-prompting-legal-challenges-to-trumps-immigration-order.html?_r=0

      Not an Alternate Fact, but a reality.

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    3. Parts of the order.

      I see Dead Beat Dad, War Criminal and 'Cattle Rancher' - hahaha - is back, when he should be out working on his supersecret project to protect us all -- working with the CIA, Defense, NSA, etc - off the shores of Panama.

      Since Quirk is here, he can analyze your problems again, desert rat.

      When everyone went through it before, Quirk's diagnosis was judged best by the majority here at the time.

      So, I turn you over to Quirk.

      For those who may not know, Jack desert rat claimed to have lead a death squad in Central America


      Cheers !

      Later....

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    4. The words of Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson are hose of a thief and fraudster, by his own, QUOTABLE, writing.

      Bob Thu May 27, 12:52:00 AM EDT

      But I did rip off the bank for $7500 hundred dollars, when I was on my knees, and fighting for my economic life, on my aunt's credit card. But that wasn't really stealing, just payback.


      The reader will notice that our in-house "Draft Dodger" can NEVER validate his comments about little ole' me.

      {;-)

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  9. The first US KIA of Mr Trump's UNCONSTITUTIONAL military action abroad has occurred.

    Under what LEGAL basis did Mr Trump dispatch combat troops to Yemen?

    Surely he does not think we will believe military action in Ymen is part of the 13SEP01 AUMF concerning the 11SEP01 raid on the US.

    WASHINGTON - One American commando was killed and three others were injured in a fierce firefight overnight with militants in central Yemen, the military said Sunday morning.

    Why are US troops fighting in Yemen, under what legal authority are they there?


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      I believe it was Obama that sent them not Trump. I recall a couple weeks ago it was announced Obama was sending in 200 'trainers'. No telling how many troops are actually there.

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    2. Mr Obama is no longer the Commander in Chief.
      Military combat action cannot be laid at his feet.

      The Oval Office and the Resolution desk and the responsibility for commanding the US military is Mr Trumps'. He allowed for those 'trainers' to be actively engaged in combat.

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      Right, rat, Trump's been in office for one week and you are blaming for the death on a US soldier that was already in place in Yemen.

      Trump's been a little busy ordering bans on refugees, ordering investigations into voter fraud, doing away with Obamacare, meeting with foreign dignitaries, and tweeting.

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    So, I turn you over to Quirk.


    Sorry, Bob, I only have room for one on the couch and this morning its reserved for you.


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    1. HERE QUIRK:

      Friendly Reminder: Obama Selected The List Of Muslim Countries in Trump’s Executive Order

      Matt Vespa Matt Vespa |Posted: Jan 29, 2017 9:00 AM

      As the Left and some Republicans lose their minds over President Donald J. Trump’s executive order on immigration, let’s not forget that the list of concerned countries that the Trump administration outlined in the order is based on the one signed into law by the former Obama administration. So, it looks like the Obama White House set the groundwork (via Mic News):

      According to the draft copy of Trump's executive order, the countries whose citizens are barred entirely from entering the United States is based on a bill that Obama signed into law in December 2015.
      Obama signed the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act as part of an omnibus spending bill. The legislation restricted access to the Visa Waiver Program, which allows citizens from 38 countries who are visiting the United States for less than 90 days to enter without a visa.

      Though outside groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union and NIAC Action — the sister organization of the National Iranian American Council — opposed the act, the bipartisan bill passed through Congress with little pushback.

      At the initial signing of the restrictions, foreigners who would normally be deemed eligible for a visa waiver were denied if they had visited Iran, Syria, Sudan or Iraq in the past five years or held dual citizenship from one of those countries.

      In February 2016, the Obama administration added Libya, Somali and Yemen to the list of countries one could not have visited — but allowed dual citizens of those countries who had not traveled there access to the Visa Waiver Program. Dual citizens of Syria, Sudan, Iraq and Iran are still ineligible, however.
      So, in a nutshell, Obama restricted visa waivers for those seven Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen — and now, Trump is looking to bar immigration and visitors from the same list of countries.

      Yet, I don’t remember the Left freaking out over this. I certainly don’t remember them going indiscriminately insane when the Obama White House stopped processing Iraqi visas for six months when—surprise! —Al-Qaeda operatives feigned refugee status to get relocated to Bowling Green, Kentucky. And yes, some of the applicants worked as intelligence assets and interpreters for the U.S. military, according to ABC News. But remember, that was when a Democrat was in the Oval Office, so it was okay back then.

      Here’s the text of the order....

      http://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2017/01/29/news-bulletin-the-list-of-muslim-nations-in-trumps-socalled-muslim-ban-are-ones-obama-choose-n2278021


      Sorry, Bob, I only have room for one on the couch and this morning its reserved for you.

      I feel the same. Since DBD is here I'm checking out for awhile. Too difficult to divide my firewords.

      Tata

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    2. (I read earlier it was Trump's aides who brought this list to his attention)

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    3. (What you alleged was what is known as disinformation, or fake news, or lefty propaganda. I expect it from Ash but YOU MUST do better)

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    4. One wonders why Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson tells such egregious lies about me.

      He could actually quote me, but that would not validate his claims, not a one single one of them. Instead he just makes that shit up out of thin air.

      You should know that as well as anyone, Q, seeing as how you were going to amass a series of my quotes, and you were unable to fulfill your promise to our "Draft Dodger".

      Quirk Wed Oct 08, 12:34:00 PM EDT\

      How is the new promised Quirk's Deep Thoughts Blog coming along, Quirk?


      I will title my first blog stream, The rat, Ex-Post Facto Prognosticator to the EB.
      …(snip)
      It may take a while to pull the piece together. The examples are legion and the editing will be a bear.



      The examples really were not legion and there was NOTHING to edit.

      "Stories happen in the mind of a reader, not among symbols printed on a page.”
      ― Brandon Mull

      You would think an English Lit major, even if he is of a minor mental capacity would realize that.

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    5. Idaho Bob Sun Jan 29, 12:47:00 PM EST

      (I read earlier it was Trump's aides who brought this list to his attention)

      Now, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson is telling us that Mr Trump just signs what he is handed, with no input on the work product.

      That Mr Trump can be liken to a mechanical man, one that does what he is told, by his minders.



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      You should know that as well as anyone, Q, seeing as how you were going to amass a series of my quotes, and you were unable to fulfill your promise to our "Draft Dodger".

      I provided enough, rat. Hell, you kept posting that one lie where you cut and pasted to distort what WiO said about the who won the Gaza war at least a dozen times though you were called on the lies numerous times here by me, WiO, and others.

      At other times you admitted you lied, actually bragged about it.

      Please don't insult our intelligence by saying its not what you do.

      Look up the definition of legion.

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    7. Provide one quote, Q.

      What I do, is provide the reader an opportunity to develop a story in their own mind, but it is not done with quotable remarks.

      www.dictionary.com/browse/legion

      Legion definition, a division of the Roman army, usually comprising 3000 to 6000 soldiers.


      All I want is a single quote, Q, not 3,000 to 6,000.

      If there is ONE, I'm SURE you could have find it, but you NEVER did


      No "Alternate Facts", Q.

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    8. If there is ONE, I'm SURE you could have found it, but you NEVER did

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    9. Just one, Q, find that "Death Squad" quote, if you can

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    10. Come on, Q, just one ....

      If the lies a legion, I'm sure YOU could find one

      But you NEVER did, that reality does not stop you from continuing the meme, without validation

      Not 3,000 quotes, not 6,000 quotes ...
      Just one, Q, no editing needed.

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    11. If the lies are legion, I'm sure YOU could find one

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      You are an idiot rat.

      If you want one go back to 2014 where you took a single line out of WiO's comment about the winners in the Gaza conflict, stripped it of all context, and then asserted it meant what it obviously didn't.


      lie

      1. [lahy]
      Spell Syllables

      Examples

      Word Origin

      See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

      noun

      1. a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.

      Synonyms: prevarication, falsification.

      Antonyms: truth.

      2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture:

      His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.

      3. an inaccurate or false statement; a falsehood.


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    14. Show me, if you can ...

      You can't, though. No matter the year.

      Legion = 3,000 to 6,000.

      Provide a SINGLE quote, Q, or shut the fuck up.

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    15. Now, I have some stuff to go and do, so be sure YOU save that single quote, Q.

      No need to find 3,000 to 6,000 quotes, just one.
      If you can.

      I will be sure to ask about it, later.

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

      ― Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

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      Don't tell me to shut up you fucking asshole.

      I put all this up the last time you brought it up and you finally went away.

      I've got a new computer since 2014 and I'm not going to start all over again reconstructing this shit for some asshole who rarely appears here anymore.

      Anyone who has been here for any length of time knows you have been called out on your bullshit plenty of times.

      Are you denying the lie you put up about WiO?

      By the way, legion means many; we are not talking about the friggin Roman legion. You lied many times on a single lie you put up about WiO, another habit of yours.

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    18. Well, Q, if YOU don't provide the definition, I will

      Legion = 3,000to 6,000 and YOU could not find a single one.

      Your and the "Draft Dodgers' meme has worn thin.

      Your lies have been exposed for what they are ... lies

      You NEVER posted shit, if you had, you'd prove it...

      But you can't.

      So shut the fuck up

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      Stick it up your ass, rat.

      I'll call you a liar because that's what you are.

      If you don't like it, tough.

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    20. Your continued falsehoods prove to one and all, Q, that you, like your Draft Dodging buddy, are both full of shit.

      Legion is 3,000 to 6,000 and you cannot produce even one

      Your shit sure stinks, you are not full of it, because it is leaking out of you.

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    21. And that, Q, is not an "Alternate Truth"

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  11. President Trump has reorganized the National Security Council by elevating his chief strategist Steve Bannon and demoting the Director of National Intelligence and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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  12. As to the point of the thread ....

    The Eradication of the Christian Communities of the Middle East

    It is no coincidence that Egyptian Christians were attacked at the same time as the South Sudan Referendum and before the crisis in Libya.

    Nor is it a coincidence that Iraqi Christians, one of the world’s oldest Christian communities,
    have been forced into exile, leaving their ancestral homelands in Iraq.

    Coinciding with the exodus of Iraqi Christians, which occurred under the watchful eyes of U.S. and British military forces, the neighbourhoods in Baghdad became sectarian as Shiite Muslims and Sunni Muslims were forced by violence and death squads to form sectarian enclaves.

    This is all tied to the Yinon Plan and the reconfiguration of the region as part of a broader objective.


    Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

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    1. Christians in Israel are growing...

      is that part of the plan?

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    2. Taxpayers with no rights, yep, that's the Zionist plan.

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  13. The one thing I find refreshing about Trump us that it puts to an end any debate about US motives. For many years people would argue that US foreign interventions were motivated by good intentions, that they were moral (freedom, democracy, protecting the oppressed) but not any more. The mask is off and if there was any doubt in the rest of the world there isn't any more.

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    1. No one is entitled to a visa.

    2. No one has a right to a visa.

    3. Sovereign states have a right to control their borders.

    4. Visas are discriminatory by definition. They give permission to foreign persons to enter a country based on arbitrary standards set by the state. They dictate the length of stay and the purpose.

    I believe that all but one of the Saudis, involved in the 911 attack, were here on legal visas. Trump has been elected to protect the US and he is taking actions to do that. No federal judge should have authority to stop a sitting president from doing his job. Trump should ignore him.


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    1. Visas and Green card holders are now being denied entry are they not? Do you really think POTUS should defy the judiciary?

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    2. Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson promised Constitutional rule, so Mr Trump has to obey the law, deal with the Judges, legally.

      The Supremes can decide, someday

      Until then, the Law still reigns supreme


      The Reality that Saudi Arabia is not on the list, well, it means this is all for show.
      It is not a serious attempt to keep US safe.

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    3. He hasn't flown a bunch of Saudis back on Trump 1 yet, so he's still ahead of Bush.

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      Trump is probably on safe ground legally given the deference the courts have historically given the president over immigration.

      That doesn't make it right or politically smart.

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    5. A federal judge has no way of knowing what the threat level exists against the US. The federal judges are political hacks who need be clipped back. I would ignore them.

      There is no constitutional right to a green card or visa. Trump has a legal right to protect the US from enemies foreign and domestic. He is doing so. As to the politics, it is good politics with his base. His base will expand.

      Mobs at US airports are a security threat and there should be no tolerance on anyone being allowed to gathering in crowds agitating against the authorities within the boundaries of any US airport.

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      There is no constitutional right to a green card or visa. Trump has a legal right to protect the US from enemies foreign and domestic. He is doing so. As to the politics, it is good politics with his base. His base will expand.

      I wrote an extended rebuttal of this view. It was a little long and inclusive as is my wont. Unfortunately, when I copied the part of your comment I was referring to my remarks disappeared.

      Too long to reconstruct it.

      Suffice it to say, I disagree with you comment above for a whole host of reasons moral, practical, political, and economic.

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  15. The travelers were all being held in what’s called “secondary inspection,” referred to as “secondary.” It’s part of the CBP screening process where lawyers are rarely, if ever, allowed to be present.

    But lawyers who spoke to The Daily Beast said it’s also unheard of for government agencies like CBP to prevent people who have the legal right to live in the U.S. from seeing their lawyers. And that’s what was happening.

    After Brinkema’s order came down, and lawyers at Dulles prepared to meet their new clients, the CBP balked, barring these lawyers from seeing their would-be clients.

    Time ticked. Protesters chanted. CBP officials were invisible; for hours, lawyers didn’t know if CBP officials at Dulles had even acknowledged Brinkema’s ruling existed.

    Lawyers wrung their hands. And then, slowly, detainees started trickling out, one or two at a time. One woman who had been detained doubled over sobbing as she walked through the crowd. She nearly collapsed onto a loved one. Another man who was detained, Javad Fotouhi, calmly fielded questions from a scrum of reporters about the four hours he spent in secondary. When CBP finally let him go, he said, they didn’t say why.

    “We saw elderly people and disabled people,” he said.

    Then two wheelchair-bound people—an 88-year-old man and his 83-year-old wife, both of whom have green cards, according to their granddaughter—came out. Their granddaughter, Pegah Rahmani (an American citizen who lives in Fairfax, Va.) doubled over to hug them. She told The Daily Beast that her grandmother had recently had a stroke and her grandfather was legally blind.


    “They really weren’t treating them very nicely,” she said, of their time in detention. “They took a lot of their stuff.”

    That included medication; neither of the feeble octogenarians had access to their meds, much less to lawyers.


    Keeping US safe?


    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/01/29/trump-s-border-patrol-defies-judge-u-s-senator-at-dulles-airport-at-his-first-constitutional-crisis-unfolds.html

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  16. ... during an interview with NBC, White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said the order "doesn't affect" green card holders, then later said "of course" it affects green card holders from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia -- the seven countries Trump has temporarily stop immigration from for 90 days.


    So there is confusion at the top ...
    The "Party of Stupid" ...

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    1. So yesterday.

      This is Stupid on Steroids.

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  17. Facing criticism, Trump administration has no regrets about leaving out Jews in Holocaust statement

    Washington Post -

    Facing growing criticism for failing to mention Jews in a statement marking the Holocaust, the Trump administration on Sunday doubled down on the controversial decision.

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    1. “It is with a heavy heart and somber mind that we remember and honor the victims, survivors, heroes of the Holocaust. It is impossible to fully fathom the depravity and horror inflicted on innocent people by Nazi terror.

      “Yet, we know that in the darkest hours of humanity, light shines the brightest.‎ As we remember those who died, we are deeply grateful to those who risked their lives to save the innocent.

      “In the name of the perished, I pledge to do everything in my power throughout my Presidency, and my life, to ensure that the forces of evil never again defeat the powers of good. Together, we will make love and tolerance prevalent throughout the world.”

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    2. Yet Mr Trump is thought to be a friend of the Zionists.
      Zionist killers of Jews escaping the Holocaust.

      Zionists who murdered hundreds of Jewish refugees hoping to reach Palestine...
      for the purpose of gaining a propaganda advantage.

      Proving, beyond all doubt, that Zionism is a force of evil in the world.

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  18. So much for Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson promise of "Constitutional" governance.

    Twitter Discloses Warrantless, Potentially Unconstitutional And Illegal FBI Data Requests
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    Hot Hardware - ‎

    The FBI may have overstepped its bounds (again) and acted outside what was made legally permissible by a 2008 Justice Department memo when it asked Twitter to provide information about certain account holders.

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    The rat demands proof that he lies

    No need to find 3,000 to 6,000 quotes, just one.

    I've pointed out we've been through this before back in 2014-2015, eventually I went through the exercise digging up what he wanted, a rather time consuming effort. Now, he demands I start it all over again. This is rat's usual ploy. Misrepresenting, diverting, lying is his game.

    For instance, today saying if I won't define 'legion' he will. But I did define legion as 'many' one of the various meanings offered for the word, something he would already have known when he looked it up.

    I also mentioned the lie he told when he distorted and misrepresented what WiO said about Hamas in the 2014 Gaza war. I asked if he denied this lie. He wouldn't answer. In not answering he was lying, lying by omission.

    Now, I am not going to go back and reconstruct rat's history of lying here. It's not worth the effort. Most here know the rat's MO. However, the WiO lie is an easy one to reconstruct since he kept repeating it over and over again for several months even though his distortions were pointed out over and over again by me, WiO, Allen, et al. It wasn't worth the time I put into it but if it shuts his up I guess it's worth it.

    It started out with the following WiO post...

    1. What is "Occupation"Mon Jul 21, 09:33:00 PM EDT

    Social media war? I concede that Israel is losing that war....

    However 50% of Hamas's rockets are used or destroyed.

    I don't know the exact number, but I bet a good number of tunnels are destroyed.

    And I don't know the exact number but I bet a huge number MORE of Hamas fighters are dead than Israeli fighters.

    And of course, Hamas and Iran spent a very nice billion or two investing in both those tunnels and missiles and to what avail?

    After 1,800 terrorists fired rockets at the CIVILIANS (both arab and jews) of Israel Hamas can claim they KILLED two. Now of course having rockets rain down hundreds a day on all parts of Israel is a war crime but who cares? Hamas is the darling of the Jew hating/Israel denying crowd...

    I the end, Hamas and it's supporters will claim victory.. No matter reality...

    If there is one Hamas member still alive and spitting? Israel lost...

    reminds me of Monty Python's "its a flesh wound" skit...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKhEw7nD9C4



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      Rat takes the obvious meaning of WiO's post and distorts and misrepresents it by stripping it of all context and simply using one line form it

      If there is one Hamas member still alive and spitting? Israel lost...

      He did this numerous times over a two or three months period so its kind of easy to find. Here are just a couple to illustrate the rat MO...

      1.Jack HawkinsTue Oct 14, 08:20:00 PM EDT

      What is "Occupation"Mon Jul 21, 09:33:00 PM EDT

      If there is one Hamas member still alive and spitting? Israel lost…



      Here's an example from mid-October, 2014.


      1. What is "Occupation"Tue Oct 14, 05:49:00 PM EDT

      Victory is SWEET so says Hamas

      AL SHAJAYA, Gaza — Exhausted, battered and traumatized from 50 days of fighting and incessant Israeli bombardment, Gazans are now pouring through the streets lined with the rubble of former buildings and...

      Meanwhile the Arab world views Hamas as ISIS...


      The rat replies...

      2. Jack HawkinsTue Oct 14, 08:19:00 PM EDT

      What is "Occupation"Mon Jul 21, 09:33:00 PM EDT

      If there is one Hamas member still alive and spitting? Israel lost…



      Allen then points out the rat's duplicity.

      3. allenTue Oct 14, 08:54:00 PM EDT

      This was previously covered. ...disingenuous and selectively out of context ...


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      At short while later, it is wash rinse, repeat...

      You will note that though Allen points out that the quote rat put up was taken out of context it doesn’t dissuade the rat from repeating the lie below. He can't help himself. It’s what he does.

      1. allenTue Oct 14, 06:33:00 PM EDT

      The English love the English and the English love oil and the English love a misplaced sense of relevancy; they do have a monarchy and an empire, don’t you know. Recall…

      Hamas is a certified terrorist organization. It is an affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose plan calls for the destruction of the West and the imposition of a global Muslim caliphate. To those in the “civilized” world into that sort of thing, good luck.


      4. Jack HawkinsTue Oct 14, 08:19:00 PM EDT

      What is "Occupation"Mon Jul 21, 09:33:00 PM EDT

      If there is one Hamas member still alive and spitting? Israel lost…


      5. allenTue Oct 14, 08:52:00 PM EDT

      This was covered previously. ...disingenuous and selectively out of context



      The story of rat in a few post streams.

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  20. Jack and Quirk.

    I'm getting the popcorn...

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  21. Everybody loves them some rat.

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    1. I'll take a rat over a boobie any day.

      Classic boobie - "I don't watch TV" this after countless posts about Fox ladies and the way they cross their legs.

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    2. SMIRK, I DON'T watch TV, I DO watch Fox news on my computer.

      I DO NOT HAVE A TV.

      I see there was a big gunning at some mosque up in your peaceful country.

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    3. You and ratasshole would make a perfect couple, Ash.

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    4. Might make a perfect couple.

      Strive for dominance, Ash.

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  22. Yep, that's me, the roaster.

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    1. Chinese New Year- the year of the roaster.

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  23. US President Donald Trump has defended his executive action curbing immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, amid growing criticism that the measures are discriminatory and divisive.

    ...

    The order drew criticism from senior Republican senator John McCain, who warned it could serve as propaganda for terrorists, and Canada, which offered temporary residency to stranded travellers.

    ...

    The US ban affects travellers with passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. According to State Department guidance, travellers with dual nationality will also be affected.

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      Just saw a local couple on the news that were held up for about 4 hours at the border last night coming back from Canada. Both are Arab, she's a lawyer and an American citizen and her husband is from Iraq and has a green card.

      The lady said the confusion centered around the fact that the border guards didn't really know what to do with them under the new policy.

      This seems to be SOP for Trump. Sign off on a policy to meet a campaign promise and figure out how to implement it later. We saw it on Obamacare. Now, we see it on the immigration policy. Key departments including Homeland Security which has to implement it didn't hear about the decision until shortly before Trump signed off on it. Reports are they didn't provide much if any input.

      Rudy Giuliani says Trump came to him and told him to form a commission to come up with a plan to ban Muslims legally. Giuliani says he formed the commission, got a lot of very 'smart lawyers' together, and came up with a plan that would pass muster legally.

      Giuliani says the plan isn't based on religion but some are questioning that based on language talking exceptions for Christians and other persecuted groups.

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      Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham issued a joint statement criticizing the Trump administration for hastily carrying out its order on limiting U.S. entry to refugees and people from 7 predominantly-Muslim nations.

      “It is clear from the confusion at our airports across the nation that President Trump’s executive order was not properly vetted," the statement reads.

      Both warn about the consequences of such a ban on the war on terror and on how the U.S. is viewed in the Muslim world.

      Here is the full statement:

      Our government has a responsibility to defend our borders, but we must do so in a way that makes us safer and upholds all that is decent and exceptional about our nation.

      It is clear from the confusion at our airports across the nation that President Trump’s executive order was not properly vetted. We are particularly concerned by reports that this order went into effect with little to no consultation with the Departments of State, Defense, Justice, and Homeland Security.

      Such a hasty process risks harmful results. We should not stop green-card holders from returning to the country they call home. We should not stop those who have served as interpreters for our military and diplomats from seeking refuge in the country they risked their lives to help. And we should not turn our backs on those refugees who have been shown through extensive vetting to pose no demonstrable threat to our nation, and who have suffered unspeakable horrors, most of them women and children.

      Ultimately, we fear this executive order will become a self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism. At this very moment, American troops are fighting side-by-side with our Iraqi partners to defeat ISIL. But this executive order bans Iraqi pilots from coming to military bases in Arizona to fight our common enemies. Our most important allies in the fight against ISIL are the vast majority of Muslims who reject its apocalyptic ideology of hatred. This executive order sends a signal, intended or not, that America does not want Muslims coming into our country. That is why we fear this executive order may do more to help terrorist recruitment than improve our security.


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      Trump replied by tweet...

      The joint statement by former presidential candidates John McCain and Lindsay Graham is wrong - they are sadly weak on immigration. The two senators should concentrate their energies on ISIS, immigration and border security instead of always trying to start World War III.

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    4. That sounds like a reasonable enough Tweet.

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  24. The Canadians, horrified about Trump's actions are taking in those stranded by Trump's actions...hold the line... alert...alert


    At least five people at a Quebec City, Canada, mosque were killed Sunday night when gunmen opened fire during evening prayers, according to multiple news reports. Witnesses said as many as three gunmen were involved in the attack at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center. There were apparently about 40 people inside, and witnesses reported "many" wounded. CBC News reported two suspects had been arrested.

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    1. The shooting took place at Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec (Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center) on Sainte-Foy Street. There’s been conflicting reports over the number of perpetrators involved in the attack.

      A witness told Radio Canada that one of the attackers shouted “Allahu akbar” as he opened fire.

      “One started shooting. As soon as he opened fire he shouted, "Allahu akbar!" ("God is great!") The bullets reached people who were praying. People who prayed lost their lives. As for myself, the bullet passed over my head," the witness who refused to be identified said, adding the attackers “seemed to have a very good Québec accent.”

      Two suspects have been arrested in the ongoing police operation, according to a Québec police spokesman. An investigation into the attack has been launched.

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  25. Five people were killed after gunmen opened fire in a Quebec City mosque during evening prayers, the mosque’s president told reporters on Sunday.

    ...

    In June 2016, a pig’s head was left on the doorstep of the cultural centre.

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    1. sam, you are being misleading.

      today's attack? The gunmen were shouting allahu akbar.

      the pig's head was a separate and unconnected event.

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  26. The police are holding back on releasing the identities.

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  27. Dolly Kola-Balogun ‏@DollyKola 3m3 minutes ago

    F**K! .... The Quebec Mosque shooters have been identified as Bashir Al - Taweed and Hassan Matti.... Syrian refugees who came to Canada.

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  28. I don't know but the fact that no details about the identities of the shooters have been released is suspect. I guess I could be wrong.

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    Well, Trump gives the King of Saudi Arabia a call and they agree to support 'safe zones' in Syria.

    Well that should square the circle and remove any doubts about the viability of such a plan.

    I wonder if Trump will acknowledge that he stole the idea fro Hillary Clinton a noted strategic thinker.

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      Better move that Doomsday Clock up another 30 second.


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      I have opposed the 'safe zones' assuming they weren't practical for any number of reasons.

      However, others have looked at the costs of setting them up in Syria. A couple years back, one of our generals estimated that setting one up would first require setting up a no fly zone and that the operation would cost about $1 billion per month and require about 77,000 troops (pretty exact number for the military :o).

      Hopefully, Trump won't sign an executive order before talking to the DOD and the military.

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    3. The Donald got the 'safe zones' idea from me, as did The Hag.

      But that was back in the day when there were no Rooskies around to cause worry.

      I have backed off on the idea since the Rooskies showed up, taking my outlook from The Bard:

      "The better part of valor is discretion" ( 1 Henry IV, 5:4)

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  30. EXCELLENT presentation and argument by QUIRK against the liar ratasshole.

    Quirk thereby gains 50,000 'Bonus Points' to be applied to his account with Doug.

    Congratulations, Quirk !

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  31. 'A Québécois accent'

    A witness, who asked to remain anonymous, told CBC's French-language service Radio-Canada that two masked individuals entered the mosque.

    "It seemed to me that they had a Québécois accent. They started to fire, and as they shot they yelled, 'Allahu akbar!' The bullets hit people that were praying. People who were praying lost their lives. A bullet passed right over my head," said the witness.

    "There were even kids. There was even a three-year-old who was with his father."


    UPDATED
    6 dead, 2 arrested after shooting at Quebec City mosque

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard call shooting an act of terrorism

    CBC News Posted: Jan 29, 2017 9:25 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 30, 2017 1:26 AM ET

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-city-mosque-gun-shots-1.3957686

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    1. How do you yell Allahu Akbar with a Québécois accent, Ashlikins ?

      Could you put up a short video showing us ?

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    2. I'd love to watch Ash yelling Allahu Akbar with a Québécois accent.

      Wouldn't pay anything for it, though

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    3. January 29, 2017
      Stunning media malpractice on Trump suspension of entry
      By Thomas Lifson

      He goes on to document this contention.

      The Department of Homeland Security targeted these seven countries over the last years as countries of concern. In February 2016 “The Department of Homeland Security today announced that it is continuing its implementation of the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015 with the addition of Libya, Somalia, and Yemen as three countries of concern, limiting Visa Waiver Program travel for certain individuals who have traveled to these countries.” It noted “the three additional countries designated today join Iran, Iraq, Sudan and Syria as countries subject to restrictions for Visa Waiver Program travel for certain individuals.” It was the US policy under Obama to restrict and target people “who have been present in Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, at any time on or after March 1, 2011 (with limited government/military exceptions).”


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    4. http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/01/stunning_media_malpractice_on_trump_suspension_of_entry_.html

      I say turn them all over to Ash and let him deal with it.

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  32. ALTERNATIVE FACTS: Majority Of Mainstream Media Failed To Report That The Mosque Shooter Yelled ‘ALLAHU AKBAR’ (Screenshots)

    Going through multiple websites at approximately midnight EST we quickly discovered that most of the mainstream media didn’t mention that the shooter in Quebec yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’. It apparently doesn’t help the narrative that they are trying to push especially given the timing of Trump’s ban on visitors from countries that have strong ties to terrorism.

    Those that didn’t report that the shooter yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’ by 1:00 EST include: The Associated Press, CNN, Reuters, ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

    Along with The Gateway Pundit, the following are some of the places that did report the shooter yelled ‘Allahu Akbar by 1:00 EST: Fox News, Drudge Report, Breitbart, CBC, and RT.

    Below are screenshots of just some of the major media networks that as of 1:00 EST had still not reported that the shooter yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’. Beneath those screenshots are the screenshots of some of the major news sources that were reporting that the shooter yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/01/alternative-facts-majority-mainstream-media-failed-report-mosque-shooter-yelled-allahu-akbar-screenshots/

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  33. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtIC_aBKXoI

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  34. January 29, 2017
    Dutch Death Trip
    By Thomas Lifson

    Why is the government of the Dutch, some of the nicest, most polite and highly civilized people on earth, pushing an agenda of imposing death on people who have committed no crimes? They don’t even execute heinous criminals there. In fact the Dutch first abolished capital punishment for crimes in 1870, though they revived for a few war criminals following World War II, and then revived the ban. So who does the Dutch government want to kill? Two types of people.

    Babies, especially foreign babies in poor countries. Reuters reports:


    The Netherlands has committed $10 million for an initiative to replace funding for abortion services in developing countries that will be lost due to U.S. President Donald Trump's ban on financing foreign groups that provide abortions.

    Trump reinstated a policy on Monday requiring overseas organizations that receive U.S. family-planning funds to certify they do not perform abortions or provide abortion advice as a method of family planning.

    The Netherlands, which has some of the world's most liberal laws on reproductive health, said earlier this week the fund would seek donations from other governments, charities and companies as well as individuals.

    Dutch officials estimate that the U.S. ban, which was condemned by women's rights and health campaigners, will cause a funding shortfall of $600 million over the next four years

    But not just innocent babies. Also the helpless sick. Wesley J. Smith report at NRO:

    … in the Netherlands, some patients have been euthanized who have never asked for it, a killing procedure known as “termination without request or consent.” (snip)

    A woman signed an advance directive to be killed “at the right time” due to Alzheimer’s. But when the decision to kill her was made, she fought the lethal jab, so the death doctor had the family hold the struggling woman down so she could finish the homicide. Despite this blatant imposing of death, the doctor was cleared of wrongdoing by euthanasia authorities. From The Telegraph story: A Dutch woman doctor who asked an elderly patient’s family to hold her down while she administered a fatal drug dose has been cleared under Holland’s euthanasia laws. Mailonline reported that the patient fought desperately in an attempt not to be killed. Jacob Kohnstamm, chairman of the Regional Review Committee, which considered the case, said: “I am convinced that the doctor acted in good faith, and we would like to see more clarity on how such cases are handled in the future.”

    He accurately sums up:

    Permitting killing as an answer to human suffering changes a culture radically over time. It diminishes the perceived inherent value of human life. Eventually, horrific acts become justified as “compassion.”

    Exactly. Don’t forget that the Nazis believed (or at least said) that they were being compassionate in putting “defective” out of their misery, as well as being compassionate for others who would have a burden supporting all these “useless” people.

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    Going through multiple websites at approximately midnight EST


    :o)

    After Deuce put up a post showing a couple names of the terrorists, I took a look to see where the story was coming from.

    I saw some of those websites for these stories. When I saw their names I decided to wait lest I end up on some government watch list.

    Why must you guys rush to judgement on this shit? I don't know Canadian law but I assume they have something like Miranda and they are going to go as long as they can without saying anything as they try to milk these guys for information and find any co-conspirators.

    You know these cops will hand out the info as quick as they can given the pressure from the pols and the media. Doesn't it make since to wait for that. Heck, you will have plenty of time to rant later.

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  36. You are so right, Quirk.

    It does make since.

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    1. You need to be put on the Government's Language/Spelling Watch List.

      That would make cense.

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      It' a recurrence of that Alzheimer's I picked up during the war.

      Time for some coffee.

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    3. Alzheimer's isn't contagious.

      Have some coffee, and try again.

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    4. What you picked up during the War was the clap, among other things.

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    5. Including a love for Italian wine, and Latino women. Anyone of Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian decent or who comes from one of their derivative countries ( IE, any Latin American country, including Brazil) is Latino.

      Maria is just one example, from Romania, a gypsy Latino.

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    6. Too many women and too much Italian wine last night is all.

      You'll sober up by tomorrow.

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  37. Trump: Hardiman is 'most conservative' and viable Supreme Court option

    By JOEL GEHRKE (@JOELMENTUM) • 1/29/17 12:01 AM

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-hardiman-is-most-conservative-and-viable-supreme-court-option/article/2613229

    This choice is coming today or tomorrow to get the news cycle off the immigration crap, I'd bet.

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    1. SUPREME COURT CHOICE TUESDAY NIGHT....DRUDGE

      Looks like Bob is right again. He is posting anon for a while until he figures out his google password.

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    2. BC: Trump could announce SCOTUS pick today; Trump: Tomorrow, 8 pm ET
      POSTED AT 8:01 AM ON JANUARY 30, 2017 BY ED MORRISSEY


      Hmmmm. Last week, Donald Trump said he would announce his choice for Supreme Court justice on Thursday, February 2nd. Yesterday, ABC’s Jonathan Karl heard that things have been, um … moved up:

      Follow
      Jonathan Karl ✔ @jonkarl
      WH SOURCE: The WH is preparing for an earlier announcement of @realDonaldTrump's pick for Supreme Court - likely Tues, possibly tomorrow
      12:21 PM - 29 Jan 2017 · Arlington, VA
      999 999 Retweets 836 836 likes

      Gee, I wonder what the rush might be? Let’s just say that the Trump administration could use a change of subject after a brutal weekend in the media. They are indeed fortunate to have a handy subject-changer available, and using this announcement for that purpose would be a very smart idea. It’s the equivalent of tweeting out “Die Hard is not a Christmas movie” after committing a faux pas that’s filling up your mentions. You get the same outcome, but it’s a lot easier to work with.

      The media is certainly capable of covering two major stories at a time, but they can only effectively hyperventilate over one at a time....

      http://hotair.com/archives/2017/01/30/abc-trump-could-announce-scotus-pick-today/

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      It could be a recurrence of that Alzheimer's you picked up during the war.


      You might want to try some coffee.


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    4. Alzheimer's isn't contagious.

      Have some coffee, and try again.

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    5. I hope it's Hardiman. Gorsuch has some weakness on gun rights.

      Hardiman sits in Pennsylvania, and knows Trump's sister, who also sits there.

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    6. Hardiman was approved 95 - 0.

      How could the Dems vote against him now ?

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    1. Epic success.

      And, I have now written my password down in two places that I can't fail to find easily again.

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      Where are the two places?

      You better document it here for when you 'fail to find easily again'.

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    3. You dirty hacker....you might fool someone like Ash but you don't fool me.

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  39. One of two gunmen who shouted 'Allahu akbar!' as they opened fire at a mosque in Quebec City was of Moroccan origin, a witness and local media reported Monday, revealing the first details about the attackers in the massacre that killed six people.

    The terror suspects were identified as Mohamed Khadir and Alexandre Bissonnette, the Canadian TV network TVA Nouvelles reported. They were arrested soon after the shooting at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre Sunday night and were expected to appear in court later Monday, police told reporters.


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    1. Whoever they are it's The Donald to blame for pissing muzzie people off at the airports.

      That's what the left will say.

      Everything is going to be The Donald's fault.

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    2. It's odd. One called 911 and turned himself in.

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  40. No one has a right to a visa. It is entirely at the discretion of the sovereign and revocable without notice.

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  41. What a nation of bullshit artists, candy asses and spoiled brats.

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  42. ,"Diversity is our strength."

    but wait, French, German and British citizens constitute the majority of the European foreign fighters that joined the ranks of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, the latest study by an independent research center based in The Hague says.

    France is the primary country of origin for the people who left to fight for the Islamic State terrorist group in the Middle East, as more than 900 its citizens traveled to Syria and Iraq to join the extremists.

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  43. I don't think giving everyone on earth a Visa to come to the USA would work out so well.

    We might have two billion people here in a decade.

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    1. I say let Ash handle them up in Canada.

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    It appears rat was right. Fox news indicates that Trump ordered the raid on al Qaeda in Yemen that resulted in one US death and four wounded.

    Fourteen al Qaeda operatives were killed. No report by CenCom on whether any civilians were injured. Didn't see any info on why they weren't taken out by drones.

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    1. Here we go - Trump the warrior King. I can see him now pushing tanks about on his map in the Oval Office.

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    2. Naw. You've got brain bloat, Ash.

      He's relying on the advice of 'Mad Dog' Mattis, who has a reputation for being cautious with the use of force.

      He's not going to be playing with tanks in the Oval Office, nor bimbos either. Nor will he be just sitting on his ass meeting with CAIR operatives.

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    3. And it might be an operation previously thought out by Obama.

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    4. Quirk had brain bloat the other day when accusing The Donald of picking only countries for the immigration action that he had no business with, when the fact was the list was put together before he came to office.

      I think I saw an ad just the other day on what to take for 'BB' and if I see it again I'll pass the info along to you two fellows.

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    5. Generally, it's simply called the bloat.

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  45. You cool with this, Ash ?


    DeBlasio to CNN: It's OK to shield undocumented drunk drivers

    BY JOE CONCHA - 01/29/17 08:12 PM EST

    New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio told CNN's Jake Tapper that it is OK to shield undocumented immigrants who drive drunk from federal authorities if it does not "lead to any other negative outcome."

    Tapper asked the Democratic mayor on Sunday's "State of the Union" if he would comply with federal authorities following President Trump's executive order to halt funding to cities that do not cooperate with immigration officials by presenting a specific scenario.

    "If you’re a drunk driver and you’re an undocumented immigrant, why should there be a place for you in this country?” Tapper asked.

    "Jake, there are 170 offenses in that law that are listed as serious and violent crimes that lead to automatic cooperation between the city of New York and our federal partners,” DeBlasio replied. “So any serious and violent crime, we’re going to work with them.”

    “Is grand larceny or drunk driving a very minor offense?” Tapper followed.

    “Drunk driving that does not lead to any other negative outcome, I could define as that,” DeBlasio said.

    According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, nearly 10,000 Americans are killed each year as a result of drunk driving, or 27 people per day....

    http://thehill.com/homenews/media/316796-deblasio-to-cnn-its-ok-to-shield-undocumented-drunk-drivers

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      DeBlasio seems to have a weird idea of what is a serious crime.


      However, it sounds like he has no problem with Trump's plan to without funds from sanctuary cities. Good.

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