“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

There is no bigger scab on US politics than John Kerry. He is a fraud, not all that bright and a star list hypocrite. You have heard the Obama Administration trying to change the subject on domestic spying to being about Snowden, the traitor. Listen to what Long Face with Twisted Tounge had to say about Wikileaks before he distinguished himself as SOS.


  1. Good morning. I just got up to take in my language a piss.

    But then I was thinking about the charge of racism and abortion in the 'inner cities' whatever that is and how I have been accused of advocating that practice.

    I have voted here Republican almost all my life, with the exception of one vote for Frank Church.

    Now I want to ask, is it Rufus and Rat that supports abortion on demand in America, or myself.

    I just saw our Black Wizard Obama saying on TV "God Bless Planned Parenthood".

    This is the organization that provides most of the tax payer funded (that is you and me, which I do not want to pay for) abortions on demand in America.

    This is The Man Rufus voted for and calls me a racist for not supporting.

    If we are going to have anything resembling a serious blog here I would like Rufus to explain this difference between myself voting Republican almost all my life (who have traditionally opposed the ease of abortion) and his support of a Black Democrat who is on tape saying "God Bless Planned Parenthood".

    The toll now is after Wade/Roe up in the thirty or forty millions.



    1. You are an idiot motherfucker. I never called you a racist "for not supporting Obama." Deuce doesn't like Obama, and he's not a racist. Quirk doesn't much care for Obama, and I never called Him a racist.

      I called You a racist because you're a miserable, pos racist - as evidenced by the fact that you can't refer to the man w/o referencing him as "black wizard," or somesuch.

      btw, abortion is approx. 3% of planned parenthood's activities. idiot.

    2. Planned Parenthood is the largest U.S. provider of reproductive health services, including cancer screening, HIV screening and counseling, contraception, and abortion.[3][4][5] Contraception accounts for 35% of PPFA's total services and abortions account for 3%; PPFA conducts roughly 300,000 abortions each year, among 3 million people served


      300,000 abortions out of 3 million people served.

      proof is nonsense, truth is shit.

      typical democrat black hating eugenics.

      300,000 babies ripped from the womb.

      so rufie the democrat states, 3%

      300,000 out of 3 million is 10% of all people served at PPH had abortions.

  2. We did change the name of the site to “Libertarian" for a reason.

    1. Fuck it then, kill them when they come out of the womb.

      At nine months.

      "Comfort Room"

      Holiday Inn.

      I don't like the idea but then I'm an old demented racist whitey.


    2. Greece, Rome.

      put the on the rocks, by the sea

      with the seals


      but I don't want to pay for it

      having taken my piss I am back to bed

    3. Libertarian?


      forty million?


  3. O well I might as well say it:

    The Cherokee Revenge?

    Please explain Dear Rufus your support for the black baby killer Obama "God (of all things) Bless Planned Parenthood" and my traditional support of mostly abortion opposed Republicans.

    Serious question.


    1. How could I give a serious answer to a fucking moron?

      blow me.

    2. This is the typical retort the Democrat gives

      "blow me"

      Rufus cannot explain how Sanger (the Klan supporting founder of Planned Parenthood) wished to control the blacks by eugenics.

      That 55 million abortions (mostly blacks and minorities) fits into the plan of population control of those undesirable.

      But Rufus the Democrat calls us racist.

      Look in the mirror Rufus, it's you that is the true racist.

  4. We have all heard the old joke about: “Hi, I am here from the government and am here to help.” Imagine if you lived in Jordan and all of a sudden there are 1000 US troops with their lethal weapons parked inside your country.

    Sommerville reports from Amman, it has stirred some unease in Jordan itself.

    Attack helicopters flew low over the desert in Quweira in northern Jordan, swiftly destroying targets in the sand, while F16 and Harrier jump-jets provided back up.

    A considerable show of force, Operation Eager Lion had more than 8,000 men and women taking part from more than 19 countries.

    American and Jordanian troops were in the thick of the action.

    This 12-day annual exercise was as realistic as war-gaming gets: the rounds being fired were live.

    The presence of US soldiers right now in Jordan, given the tension in the region and Syria, is very dangerous for Jordan”

    But despite the war in neighbouring Syria, Admiral Bill Nasher, one of the American commanders, insisted that this was a routine exercise.

    "The regional security to tends to ebb and flow. Our view is that our consistent enduring presence here is what really helps stabilise that," he said.

    "As the tensions ebb and flow, our focus is to really just work well with the Jordanians."

    It is the third time the exercise has been held in Jordan. Adm Nasher said this year it was smaller than last. He was sticking to a script that this was business as usual. He would not be drawn on the perceived threat from Syria. "That's not on my radar screen," he said.

    Only 150km (93 miles) from the Syrian capital, Jordan is of vital strategic importance should a no-fly zone be established, or other military action taken against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. A clear message was being sent to Damascus: heavy weaponry is close at hand.

    Patriot missiles and an unspecified number of F16 fighter jets had already been sent to Jordan before Operation Eager Lion began in mid-June.

    Some 700 American troops have stayed behind, and they are combat-ready. They join the 100-plus US soldiers who are already in the country advising Jordan's armed forces on its deployment to Afghanistan.

    Protests have taken place in Amman against US troop deployment in Jordan
    For some like former Jordanian Army Brigadier General Ali Habashna, their presence is drawing Jordan further into danger.

    "We all know that when the US puts its troops somewhere, in a country, they become part of the crisis, they worsen it," he said.

    "An example of that was Afghanistan and Iraq. The presence of US soldiers right now in Jordan, given the tension in the region and Syria, is very dangerous for Jordan.

    1. Hi kiddo I am here from the Government to pay for the killing of your child. Just here to help. Forget the living tissue in your belly. The Republicans will pay for it. Saves the taxpayer money in the long term.

      Have a Bud.

      Watch the game.


  5. >>>>Rufus II Wed Jun 26, 02:03:00 AM EDT

    How could I give a serious answer to a fucking moron?

    blow me.<<<<


    blow me??

    no thank you

    This is exactly the answer I expected.

    And actually set you up for.

    Planned PARENTHOOD forever.



    While the Republican outlook as I know it has always been to try to value the sanctity of life.

    Forceps please? Or injection?

    It's only forty millions or so. Maybe more than that.

    I think I have proven my point, Rufus.

    And I haven't even called you a name, or a 'racist'. I haven't even called you a 'moron' in this little 'discussion'. Much less demanding the unmentionable.


    1. Rufus, this is the second time you have demanded me to 'blow' you.

      Whatever that is.

      I don't really want to know.

      I could suggest you ask.....

      but won't.


    2. Can I still hope it is not an unconscious reference to 'blowing' poor old Quirk away like the wind blows?

      Now I expect rat to come in with statistics on Israeli abortions, when he is a declared libertarian himself.

      I disagree with them (the Israelis) here but they have adopted western ways on the matter, to this point in time, thinking to respect a woman's right to choose.

      They will work it out in their continuing political process.

      So now we have

      nearly all of America
      PP and Obama
      the catholic kerry
      nancy pelosie
      and the entire democratic party
      and libertarians everywhere

      on one side

      and poor ol' bob still trying to stick up for traditional values and for living growing life on the other and urging caution in the back of the Chevy and a trip to the pharmacy first and the abortion doc as a last choice

      It is a tough battle and I know I am losing.

      Quirk is thinking about it


    3. The abortion doc as last choice? So you do support an individuals right to choose. Interesting!

      It has been fun reading your posts of late bob - comedic!

      How's your daughter taking your new found love of your niece? She hasn't bothered to help you login of late. Is she a little upset your pouring money to places other than her horse?

  6. Kerry partially extracts his very long head from his ass

    JIDDA, Saudi Arabia — Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday softened the tone of the American requests to Russia to hand over Edward J. Snowden, the fugitive former national security contractor who is accused of revealing surveillance programs.

    “We are not looking for a confrontation,” Mr. Kerry said during a joint news conference with his Saudi counterpart. "We are not ordering anybody. We are simply requesting under a very normal procedure for the transfer of somebody.”

    Mr. Kerry’s comments came in response to a strong statement from Sergey V. Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, that rejected the suggestion that Russia had an obligation to hand over Mr. Snowden. Mr. Lavrov also insisted that Mr. Snowden, who Russian news agencies said had arrived in Moscow on Sunday aboard a Russian commercial flight from Hong Kong, "did not cross the Russian border." That language appeared to be a technical way of saying Mr. Snowden remained in the international passenger transit area of the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow.

    "We consider the attempts to accuse Russia of violation of U.S. laws and even some sort of conspiracy, which on top of all that are accompanied by threats, as absolutely ungrounded and unacceptable," Mr. Lavrov said in Moscow. “There are no legal grounds for such conduct of U.S. officials.”

    Mr. Kerry has invested a great deal in strengthening ties with Mr. Lavrov, whose relations with the previous secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton, were strained.

    Mr. Kerry has frequently met with Mr. Lavrov, famously taking a stroll with him to work on plans for a peace conference on Syria during a May trip to Moscow, and speaks to him by phone. Mr. Kerry is expected to meet with him again next week during a gathering of foreign ministers in Brunei.

    On Monday, Mr. Kerry and other Obama administration officials took a stronger line with the Russians. Mr. Kerry warned then that the failure to hand over Mr. Snowden would have "consequences" for the United States' relations with Russia and China. At one point on Monday, Mr. Kerry made a sarcastic comment about the lack of Internet freedom in Russia and China.

    But on Tuesday, Mr. Kerry was more restrained. Asked about Mr. Lavrov’s comments, Mr. Kerry said, “I would simply appeal for calm and reasonableness at a moment when we don’t need to raise the level of confrontation over something as frankly basic and normal as this.”

    Mr. Kerry acknowledged that there was no extradition treaty between Russia and the United States. “But there are standards of behavior between sovereign nations,” he said. “There is common law. There is respect for rule of law. And we would simply call on our friends in Russia to respect the fact that a partner nation, a co-member of the Permanent 5 of the United Nations has made a normal request under legal assistance for law to be upheld.”

    Mr. Kerry stopped in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday as part of an eight-nation trip that has focused largely on the Syrian crisis and his effort to revive the moribund peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Mr. Kerry’s next stop is Kuwait and he goes to Jordan and Israel later this week. (Where the always helpful Bibi Netanyahu will give Kerry further instructions.)

  7. Good morning Rufus!

    It is early afternoon in Germany and I just got a pleasant e-mail in nearly perfect English from my niece. Couple little things as we all do.

    It really is her almost first language. I love her way of expression.

    It brought to my mind somehow an early computer program developed by an English prof in Seattle.

    This program was 'searching for meaning'.

    It would delete the profanity and physical threats and other bad stuff and try to understand what was left.

    I remember he tried to apply it to Shakespeare and it didn't work very well, he said because
    our bard intermingled so much stuff with such art.

    There was no profanity at all in the e-mail from my niece, nor any threats of course. I have never heard her use any.

    The basic message I got was I am OK, hugs.

    The basic message I have gotten from your recent writing, deleting the profanity and threats against Q, is - nothing at all.

    Maybe you would do better in some other language?

    I have concluded she is much more proficient than you in our shared tongue.

    bob, racist, Worley, Idaho Box 1

    1. Please, don't address me by name. It makes me feel depressed. You are the type of ignorant, self-centered asshole that I've spent my whole life trying to avoid.

  8. .

    With those live-fire exercises in Jordon, you have to wonder if the U.S. (and its allies) are leaving more depleted uranium droppings for their 'friends' in Jordon just as they have done for a good chunk of the ME.


    1. .

      Frankly, the above comment was mainly a jab based on recent reports of complaints by countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, complaints such as those contained in the following article.

      However, I wasn't really sure of the facts so I tried to check. What I found is that although some have argued the point, the use of DU weapons is not illegal due to the wording of the ICJ ruling that bans the use of nuclear weapons whose primary purpose is to poison or asphyxiate. The primary pursose of DU wepons is thought to be kinetic energy.

      A number of states have banned the use of DU weapons in there territories. Many others have proposed their ban. The majority of states have called for more reporting and detail on their use be provided by the countries using them. Even more have called for more studies on the long-term effects of DU use on non-combatants. These requests have come at the NGO, state (Belgium, Costa Rica), at the regional level (the EU, Latin America), and at the international level (UN).

      Almost all (if not all) of these resolutions, proposals, requests have been defeated primarily by four states, the France, the U.K., the U.S. (i.e. FUKUS) and Israel.


    2. Most Islamic mass murder is does not used DU weapons.

      Knives and AK47 rounds are the most preferred.

      Maybe we should ban knives, razor blades, swords and ammo from use in Islamic nations?

    3. .

      Almost all (if not all) of these resolutions, proposals, requests have been defeated primarily by four states, the France, the U.K., the U.S. (i.e. FUKUS) and Israel.

      This should have read "...voted against or defeated by...".

      However, since the use of DU weapons have been primarily used by NATO and FUKUS in recent years the effect is pretty much the same.

      France, the U.K., and the U.S. sit on the Security Council so their votes block any UN action and since NATO and FUKUS are the prime users of DU on an ongoing basis, their refusal to participate pretty much makes any of the other studies, proposals and resolutions moot.


    4. .

      As for banning knives, razor blades, swords and ammo from use in Islamic nations, why don't you try to get a concensus, get some proposals going, some research studies, a resolution or two.

      Based on what we have seen, it's unlikely you will get very far at the UN although you may have better luck with the TSA.


    5. .

      I don't hate AIPAC. I merely feel is should file as agent for a foreign nation under FARA.


    6. But it's not.

      It's a 100% American organization that promotes a strong America and a strong Israel based on shared interests and values.

    7. .

      Don't be silly.

      Merely look at the website. It states its aim is to build a strong Israeli/US relationship. However, everything on it is Israeli-centric.

      Pull up the mission statement. The graphics are telling. American flags surrounded by flags of Israel. The mission statement says AIPAC’s staff and citizen activists educate decision makers about the bonds that unite the United States and Israel and how it is in America’s best interest to help ensure that the Jewish state is safe, strong and secure.

      Look at the Why Aipac Matters video. It's entire focus is on why America must keep Israel safe and secure.

      Take a look at the other posts and links. You will find nothing (or at least I haven't in the few times I have visited) that doesn't support the policies of the current government in Israel. You won't see anything critical of those policies such as you might see in Haartz or YNET.

      You see nothing about American Jews other than why they need to support Israel. You will see nothing about how sequestration effects the U.S., merely about how it might affect Israel. You will see nothing about today's SCOTUS ruling and how it might affect Jewish American's. You will see nothing about U.S. domestic policies except how they might affect Israel. You see nothing about the U.S. other than how better relations with Israel will be to the benefit of the U.S. although the nature of those benefits is left rather vague.

      This is not surprising. All you have to do is Google AIPAC and you will quickly see how and when AIPAC was formed, why and by whom. You will learn of how its associated organizations like AIEF are used to get around lobbying laws.

      The FARA act "requires people and organizations that are under foreign control ("agents of a foreign principal") to register with the Department of Justice when acting in any capacity, even if only indirectly controlled, on behalf of a foreign principal."

      One would have to be rather credulous to believe AIPAC wasn't a de facto agent of Israel especially given some of the bills it supports such as the one that would allow Israel to discriminate against Americans on visa privileges while denying reciprocity for Israelis.


  9. .

    This was too easy to predict. Soon there will be a drone parked in every driveway.

    The model, also known as the Wing Loong, could be the first step by the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) to break the West’s grip on the UAV market by providing affordable and reliable alternatives that also bypass US embargoes, sanctions and regulations. This is particularly the case for African and Middle Eastern countries to which the US is legally constrained from selling arms, or in the case of Israel, refuses to do so.

    A report issued by Kimberly Hsu, policy analyst for military and security affairs at the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, “China’s Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Industry,” warns China’s inexpensive and multifunctional unmanned aerial systems are poised to steal the international UAV market away from the US and Israel.

    Hsu’s report said that the US and Israel are “the top two UAV exporters worldwide and the only two countries confirmed to have exported strategic-level UAVs, are members of the two principal multilateral regimes that address UAV exports — the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and the Wassenaar Arrangement.” China is not a member of either and “in the absence of competition from more sophisticated US or Israeli alternatives, China could become a key proliferator to non-members of the MTCR or Wassenaar.”


    1. One drone?

      I'm determined to keep up with the Smiths next door, I need three drones.

      That is today, courtesy USSC, Mr. and Mr. Smith. They are quite wealthy and already have two drones and a factory order for another.


  10. To Deuce : Report

    Foreign Relations

    Personal exchanges not included

    As requested: Subject

    Imperialism and Subjugation of the Lower Mentalities, Racism

    To: Niece
    Max Planck Institute For Brain Research, Hamburg, Germany


    >>>I missed your call. Was up reading way into the night and was sound asleep. The connection with your message was very bad and I could not get a lot of what you said

    But I loved the sound of your voice. Call anytime. I have to go now on business and also am coming down with a cold or flu.

    One thing I hope to ask you someday is about Hindu philosophy. I have read some of it mostly from western sources. I feel comfortable with what I have read, more so than with Christianity.

    I am most comfortable of all with Walt Whitman, Joseph Campbell, and Ted Roethke. Roethke I almost took a class from in UW in Seattle but he died of a heart attack in a swimming pool that summer.

    "The first heaven of knowing"

    This is my real problem with Christianity in its popular form.

    It insists on believing, not knowing

    But the old monomyth which I think your tradition really expresses can be found in Christianity, which is not really even my culture. It is in Matthew 4: 1-17

    It's a rise of consciousness, a better way of knowing.

    I don't much care about believing.<<<<

    Bob ANCUnit 1. Racist PO Box 1 Worley, Idaho

  11. boobie, you certainly are a racist, glad you have come to the self realization.

    You mentioned Israel and abortion ...

    Chief Rabbis of Israel Praise Efforts to Reduce Abortions (2090)
    In a letter to a group that helps women carry their babies to term, the rabbis cite ‘the extreme seriousness involved in killing fetuses, which is like actual murder.’

    by MICHELE CHABIN 01/14/2013

    the chief rabbis said they found “great importance” in Efrat’s work “in saving the lives of Jewish children.” During the 35 years it has been operating, they said, “tens of thousands of fetuses were saved.”

    In the past year alone, the rabbis wrote, Efrat saved 4,000 lives.

    The organization was founded by a Holocaust survivor whose mission was to rebuild the Jewish population after 6 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. Efrat also helps non-Jewish mothers on an individual basis or links them up with other organizations.

    The tone of the chief rabbis’ letter was much more hard-hitting this year than last, when they praised the organization for trying to “encourage births” and “prevent unnecessary abortion.”

    This year, the rabbis cited “the extreme seriousness involved in killing fetuses, which is like actual murder.”

    This is the third straight year the Office of the Chief Rabbinate — which has sole authority over matters related to Jewish law and practice in Israel — has praised Efrat during the week Jews around the world recite the “Exodus” portion of the Old Testament in synagogues.

    The text relates how the Egyptians killed Jewish newborn males and the two midwives who tried to save them.

    The rabbis’ praise, coupled with the Jerusalem prize, is particularly noteworthy, given that abortion is legal in Israel and widely available. Based largely on Jewish law, Israeli civil law permits abortions in cases where the child was conceived through incest, rape or with a man other than a woman’s husband; when the unborn child has been found to have a serious birth defect; and when a pregnancy endangers the life of the mother.

    The term “endangers” is subject to interpretation. In many cases, the hospital-based committees that decide whether or not a woman can have an abortion give the okay if the mother’s emotional well-being seems endangered by severe financial or other hardship.

    “More than 99% who apply to the committees receive permission,” according to Ruth Tidhar, Efrat’s assistant director.

    Read more:

    The approval rate makes it sound like a FISA Court, in the US.
    No request is denied.

    I know you hold Israel and Judaism up as a guiding light.
    Why do you support the murder of black babies, but not white ones?

    Do you consider black babies less human, or are you advocating for genocide of blacks in the US?

    If so, why do you believe that genocide will improve the culture of the United States?

    How will advocating for violence decrease violence?

    How do you square that oxymoronic circle?

    1. In the past the Chief Rabbinate called abortion the murder of souls ...
      Now it is described as ...
      ... actual muder

      “the extreme seriousness involved in killing fetuses, which is like actual murder.”

      Why, boobie, do you advocate for the murder of black babies?
      Or is the Chief Rabbinate wrong?

      You have held Jewish Law to be the center piece of Western Civilization, why do deny it, when Judaic doctrine does not suit your own personal politics of racism and bigotry?

      How will murdering black babies improve the culture, here in the US?

    2. Bob wrote above that he supports choice for abortion even for white folk I presume.

      Bob is clearly consumed with the race and religion of all folk.

      I'm still curious if his daughter is ok with his doting on his new "niece"?

    3. Yes she is Ash. She likes her too.

      I am curious as to how you can twist my basic support for the Republican outlook on abortion into the very opposite.

      But then I don't want really to hear your answer though I would read it I suppose.

      I'm not the one that said "God Bless Planned (ha,ha)Parenthood" - when the whole purpose of the organization is to get rid of parenthood altogether.

      You and Mr What am I to call Him(Please, don't address me by name. It makes me feel depressed. You are the type of self centers ashhole, etc)

      You and Mr Unknown did.

      What I have said is, and voted for, is an attempt at respect for unborn human life. That is what I have said. I would never say "God Bless Planned Parenthood".

      I would never say that. Nor ever vote for anyone who did say that. It results in the killing, even at eight or nine months, of souls that I think are citizens.

      My niece takes it much further. She says respect all life, unborn or not, human or not. But then she is a Hindu of the purer kind.

      Yes, my daughter likes her a lot.

      And yes, I like a Big Mac once in a while.


    4. If I am ever fortunate enough to see her again, here in the US of A, I think I have our dietary concerns worked out.


      Then I can have rice and shrimp (shrimp she will not eat) and she may have rice and green beans.



    5. Your foreign female friend has never posted a word, so...
      We shan't discuss her views on any matter, until she does.

      The "Republican" outlook?
      What, per say, is that?

      Do they support the murder of black babies, too?

      Do they support changing the culture of the United States through eugenic abortions?

      Do they support genocide to improve property values, in selected geographic areas?
      I read that your missive about property values falling in Ohio, because blacks bought property, there. It was one of your justifications for supporting the murder of black babies, back in November of 2008.

    6. and poor ol' bob still trying to stick up for traditional values and for living growing life on the other and urging caution in the back of the Chevy and a trip to the pharmacy first and the abortion doc as a last choice


      above is what you wrote. Did you not mean it?
      I do understand that reading comprehension is difficult for you but you did write:

  12. You must have missed the thread: “Harvey”

  13. AIPAC’s staff and citizen activists educate decision makers about the bonds that unite the United States and Israel and how it is in America’s best interest to help ensure that the Jewish state is safe, strong and secure.

    Cooperation between the two countries is advantageous for both nations. AIPAC urges all members of Congress to support Israel through foreign aid, government partnerships, joint anti-terrorism efforts and the promotion of a negotiated two-state solution—a Jewish state of Israel and a demilitarized Palestinian state.

    Reuters) - Israel on Wednesday authorized construction of 69 housing units in a Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem, a decision that may upset U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's push to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

    Kerry, in the region for the fifth time since March, is due to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders on Thursday to try to win agreement to renew negotiations that broke down in 2010.

    Brachie Sprung, a spokeswoman for the Israeli municipality in Jerusalem, said the city planning commission had approved 69 housing units in Har Homa, an East Jerusalem settlement built more than a decade ago which now houses 12,000 Israelis.

    Sprung said the panel had also issued building permits for 22 homes in two Palestinian-populated districts.

    Settlement construction has been a main stumbling block in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations aimed at establishing a Palestinian state on land Israel captured in the 1967 war.

    Israel annexed East Jerusalem soon after the war in a move never recognized internationally.

    Palestinians want East Jerusalem to be capital of the state they seek in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. They say Israel must stop building settlements before peace talks resume.

    "Resumption of negotiation requires a cessation of all settlement activities," the Palestine Liberation Organisation said in a statement this week.

    Israel's housing minister said this month that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had quietly halted housing starts in settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem since March, but has continued with projects already under way.

    1. Har Homa has been legally purchased Jewish land for decades. Building on legally purchased land is allowed anywhere in the world.

    2. No sale was legal.

      The governing body, another band of pirates, SAVAGES, with no legal claim to jurisdiction over the land.

      While the Israeli government condoned and sanctioned the murder of 20,000 Jews, in 2012 alone.
      If the Chief Rabbinate of Israel is to be believed.
      I do believe those Rabbis are correct.

      Rabbis don't lie, s a matter of course, do they?

      The greatest threat to Judaic lives, so far in the 21st century, the government of Israel.
      Over a quarter of a million Jews murdered, by Jews, in Israel
      How much more anti-Semitic can a polity of people be than that?

    3. Rabbis don't lie, AS a matter of course, do they?

      sorry ...


    4. Ah yes, The Rat on his Israeli abortion rants...

      Same shit, different day.

    5. Mega Ditto


    6. Har Homa has been legally purchased Jewish land for decades. Building on legally purchased land is allowed anywhere in the world.

      Here is your relevant legality and history on the subject:

      The Natives Land Act of 1913 was the first major piece of segregation legislation passed by the Union Parliament, and remained a cornerstone of Apartheid until the 1990s when it was replaced by the current policy of land restitution. The act decreed that only certain areas of the country could be owned by natives. These areas totalled only 13% of the entire land mass of the Union.

      The Act created a system of land tenure that deprived the majority of South Africa's inhabitants of the right to own land which had major socio-economic repercussions. Had the Supreme Court not rendered the Act's application void for a few years it also would have disenfranchised all "natives" in the Cape Colony, where blacks and people of mixed race (Cape Coloureds) had greater political rights than the other provinces as a legacy of British rule. The Act continued in force for some forty years.

      The minister at the time of its introduction, J.W. Sauer, was a Cape Liberal who opposed disenfranchisement of blacks. He did however advocate for “separate residential areas for Whites and Natives” in the Parliamentary debate on the bill.

      Pass laws in South Africa were designed to segregate the population and severely limit the movements of the non-white populace. This legislation was one of the dominant features of the country's apartheid system. The Black population was required to carry these pass books with them when outside their homelands or designated areas. Failure to produce a pass often resulted in the person being arrested. Any white person, even a child,[citation needed] could ask a black African to produce his or her pass.

      The practice of apartheid was always sanctified by the law of the oppressor.


  14. Report to: Commander Deuce

    Subject: International Affairs, Imperial Dominion and Racism.

    Communique: Internal Correspondence,cc Deuce, Rufus

    Keep doing what your doing and the love and support will help your niece to come through it all!!! She is blessed to have you!!!

    Tomorrow night my speech to the students. Still hate speaking to groups but when you get old people expect you to share knowledge.

    Sent from iPhone

    10:23 PM (0 minutes ago)

    to --

    Tell your students to love one another and keep their hands to themselves.

    With a half bottle of wine and another one and a half to go it all seems simple.



    1. Transcribed Letter from Vegas, US of A.

      Much Excerpted.

      112 degrees there.

      Some like it hot.


  15. Four husbands ago, and forty years ago, she was 'my girl'.

    But O how we have both groan.


    1. Groan is a reference to Roethke.