from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
The so-called Palestinians could have had their own “homeland” long ago if it weren’t for “them Jews” and the Oppressor State, Israel.
This, of course, is the worldwide conventional wisdom.
But as is most often the case, conventional wisdom is wrong. In fact it is the opposite of wisdom for anyone who cares to do just a little research and maintain an open mind.
I realize in this day and age, that’s a big ask. read more
I’m not sure if we’re doomed quite yet, but after seeing and reading this – I’m thinking we may be knocking on the door. What can these “Skulls full of Mush” (h/t: Rush Limbaugh) possibly be thinking, actually donating to an Islamist terrorist organization, regardless of the cause they claim?
And if you’ve wondered what a sub-par education looks like – look no further.
from the Blaze:
‘American Friends for Hamas’ asks Portland college students for donations to ‘destroy Israel’ — and the woke youngsters are only too happy to help
by: Brent Smith
The latest Israel, Hamas cease fire is a total sham, as they all are. Israel should never have agreed to it. History shows they should have never agreed to the first, or any.
Allow me to explain, as I embark into another sports analogy. It’s how I often make political points, so bear with me.
As you probably know, I am a huge football fan – college and NFL – but mostly the NFL. read more
Let’s just chalk this one up in the who didn’t see this coming category. Or perhaps in the Birds-of-a-feather category. Or maybe the Dark Minds think alike category. Whichever you choose, it is certainly a match made in hell.
And dig the old Francis Fox-Piven radical wannabes pictured below.
And one more thing about the photo – “Free Palestine” … from who? Last I checked, Israel doesn’t control or run the Palestinian territories – truth be known, Jordan is actually “Palestine,” not Israel.
But regardless, I was stunned when I read this news. And by stunned, I mean, Not at All. read more
The Israel, Palestinian conflict isn’t really a conflict, or war, or however we wish to describe it, at all. It’s simply the good guys, Israel, defending themselves against the bad guys, radical Islamic terrorists like Hamas, who’s charter requires them to eradicate Israel and the Jews.
And after several hundred attacks by Hamas, Israel struck back in a rather spectacular way. Allow me to recap. read more
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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During World War II, most Soviet Soldiers were conscripted into fighting for the Motherland against the invading Nazi Army. Many soldiers didn’t necessarily wish to fight for Moscow, but were nonetheless forced to.
One might say: “Well, what’s so wrong with that? We had the draft during the Vietnam War. Many of our boys weren’t thrilled about being forced to fight. Many would have, and in fact did, stay home to protest the War.
But while both are true, there was a big difference in the way our troops were treated and how the Soviets dealt with their draftees.
Our draftees were treated as any other soldier, while the Soviets treated their conscripts as cannon fodder, actually firing on any soldiers who did not continue to advance, even in the face of massacre by the Nazis. They called these executioners, barrier troops. read more
Politically Correct Germany, a country synonymous with beer and sausages, is now in the process of removing all pork products from menus throughout the country to be more sensitive to their hundreds of thousands of new Muslims “guests.” Of course there will be nationalist backlash from this!
In segment two I discuss what certainly appears to be a growing alliance between Hamas and ISIS. They’ve apparently found a common enemy and as the old saying goes, the enemy of my enemy… I find this odd in that Hamas is financed by Iran and Russia, who are supposed to at war with ISIS in Syria. Strange days indeed.
I also throw in a few minor topics about politics and the homeless. read more
by: the Common Constitutionalist
It seems the price of just about everything these days is up. Save for gas prices, I can’t think of another thing is less expensive today than it was a few years ago.
Small wonder there are almost 93,000,000 unemployed or underemployed people in the United States. But it’s not just here. People are hurting everywhere. Even in the Middle East where it’s near impossible for a young man to find work. And of course this leads to boredom and mischief and frankly not knowing where your next meal is going to come from.
For American youths there are after-school programs, sports and clubs kids can join to keep them busy. Yet for the male youth in say… the Gaza Strip, there are no extracurricular activities.
Not that we ever did, but we don’t have to worry about the youths of Gaza anymore, for Hamas has a solution to not only fight the boredom, but also for the children to learn a skill – at camp.
A UK Independent/Washington Post article chronicles such camps for kids and young adults. read more
Remember the story of the four kids killed on the beach by Israeli ordnance in Gaza?
Of course you do. It was the one that set the tone for the entire media coverage of the summer’s Israel-Gaza conflict. Here was the evidence – or so it seemed – that wanton Israeli aggression was leading to the needless deaths of innocent civilians, in this case four boys who had been playing football moments earlier and now lay in bloodied rags on the beach.
The story was reported by the Independent, the Huffington Post, Reuters, Channel 4 News, the Times, the Telegraph, NBC News, CNN, the Washington Post, and others, none of them questioning the premise that Israel was to blame for the deaths of the children.
And why should the media have doubted it? The entire sorry event had, after all, been witnessed by numerous members of the international press corps, among them NBC reporter Ayman Mohyeldin, who tweeted that he had been playing football with the boys just minutes before the Israeli ordnance struck. read more