Podcast – The Trumpster vs Hillary and the Z-Family – Pamela Geller Sets the Record Straight

Hillary Clinton joined for the Zs on Friday – Jay-Z and Beyonce, Mrs. Z, for a concert to promote her now-troubled campaign. Grandma Hillary must have been so proud, as Jay-Z took to the stage to belt out, no doubt in her honor, his many hits about n**gas, and pimps – with every other word being the f-bomb. It didn’t take long for Trump to catch wind of the concert and the foul-mouthed rapper, who supports Hillary.

Pam Geller rebuts a recent article in the Huffington Post where the author describes the prophet Muhammad as a feminist. I give a run-down of Geller’s dismantling of the assertion that Muhammad was a champion of women’s rights. read more

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Is Jay-Z “Lazy, Drunk and Stinky?” Let’s Ask His T-shirt Icon, Che Guevara

 

“The Negro is indolent and spends his money on frivolities and drink, the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent…The Negro has maintained his racial purity by his well known habit of avoiding baths.”

Che Guevara wrote these lines in his famous “Motorcycle Diaries.” But you will search Robert Redford’s famous movie based on the book in utter vain for their mention. Redford, this muscular champion of “artistic freedom,” by the way, meekly acquiesced in screening The Motorcycle Diaries for Che’s widow (who heads Cuba’s Che Guevara Studies Center) and Fidel Castro for their approval before release.

“N**ger!” taunted my jailers between tortures,” reported the world’s longest suffering black political prisoner about his suffering. “We pulled you down from the trees and cut off your tail!” laughed my torturers. For months I was naked in a 6 x 4 foot cell. That’s four feet high, so you couldn’t stand. But I felt a great freedom inside myself. I refused to commit spiritual suicide.”

That wasn’t Nelson Mandela.  No, the prisoner was a black Cuban named Eusebio Peñalver, whose incarceration and torture at the hands of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara’s Stalinist regime stretched to 29 years, surpassing Nelson Mandela’s record in time behind bars and probably quintupling the horrors suffered by Mandela during this period.

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