The old “If you don’t support Zionism, you’re a Jew Hater!” trick

Just wanted to show you how the neocon propagandists work. I’m going to post a few links, and I am going to use the google URL redirector, because I don’t want the neocon trolls coming here and giving me trouble. But, I wanted to show how these people work.

Go Here, Here, and here to see how they work; it is the same thing that Al Sharpton and his ilk pull, every time there is a so-called ‘Racist” incident. All the neocons have to do is holler, “Jew Hatred!” and the discussion is shut right down and the Semite-Baiters win. I mean, after all, where do you think that the blacks, like Al Sharpton and Jess Jackson learned that little trick from? It comes from the good old Frankfort School of critical theory.

Did Obama threaten to shoot down Israeli jets if they attacked Iran?

Update: Roger Simon over at PJ Media says don’t bet the farm on this story; because you might lose your cow. ;) (Thanks to Felix in the comments section.)

This doesn’t sound right….

Via israelnationalnews.com:

The Bethlehem-based news agency Ma’an has cited a Kuwaiti newspaper report Saturday, that US President Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2014 by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran.

Following Obama’s threat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was reportedly forced to abort the planned Iran attack.

According to Al-Jarida, the Netanyahu government took the decision to strike Iran some time in 2014 soon after Israel had discovered the United States and Iran had been involved in secret talks over Iran’s nuclear program and were about to sign an agreement in that regard behind Israel’s back.

The report claimed that an unnamed Israeli minister who has good ties with the US administration revealed the attack plan to Secretary of State John Kerry, and that Obama then threatened to shoot down the Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran.

Al-Jarida quoted “well-placed” sources as saying that Netanyahu, along with Minister of Defense Moshe Yaalon, and then-Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, had decided to carry out airstrikes against Iran’s nuclear program after consultations with top security commanders.

According to the report, “Netanyahu and his commanders agreed after four nights of deliberations to task the Israeli army’s chief of staff, Benny Gantz, to prepare a qualitative operation against Iran’s nuclear program. In addition, Netanyahu and his ministers decided to do whatever they could do to thwart a possible agreement between Iran and the White House because such an agreement is, allegedly, a threat to Israel’s security.”

Sorry, but I don’t buy this one at all. For one, this news service is not really that trustworthy. As they are not above reporting false information to further propaganda. Furthermore, the report is too anonymous. Not only that; if Obama had actually threatened Israel in this manner, do you really think that Bibi would have remained silent about it? I think not. :roll:

I really think that someone somewhere is really itching for a military fight between Israel and the United States; and they are not above planting silly stories like this one here for the sole purpose of stoking anti-Obama rage in Israel. It is a cynical, sick and disgusting thing; and it shows you the state of politics here and in Israel as well.

Others: The Daily Caller, The Gateway Pundit, Pamela Geller, Atlas Shrugs and Ed Driscoll

Hmmmmmm: Did Osama Bin Laden have ties to Iran?

Neocon propaganda or fact? I report, you decide.

The Story:

This week, prosecutors in New York introduced eight documents recovered in Osama bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan as evidence in the trial of a terrorism suspect. The U.S. government accuses Abid Naseer of taking part in al Qaeda’s scheme to attack targets in Europe and New York City. And prosecutors say the documents are essential for understanding the scope of al Qaeda’s plotting.

More than 1 million documents and files were captured by the Navy Seals who raided bin Laden’s safe house in Abbottabad, Pakistan in May 2011. One year later, in May 2012, the Obama administration released just 17 of them.

While there is some overlap between the files introduced as evidence in Brooklyn and those that were previously made public in 2012, much of what is in the trial exhibits had never been made public before

via New Docs Reveal Osama bin Laden’s Secret Ties With Iran | The Weekly Standard.

Interesting….

The Mahablog says:

They don’t quit. The neocons at National Review — including Stephen Hayes, who will insist on his deathbed that before 9/11 Mohamed Atta did too meet with agents of Saddam Hussein in Prague — now are flogging documents that “reveal”Osama bin Laden had secret ties to Iran.

Yes, and I’m Shirley Temple’s zombie.

If you keep reading the articles, it turns out that these documents say nothing about secret ties to the Iraniangovernment, just that a small number of al Qaeda operatives had been in Iran, somewhere, doing something, including “training.” But for all we know their long-term plans were to set off bombs in Tehran, not attend parties with the ayatollahs.

The documents were among those recovered in Osama bin Laden’s compound and were introduced in court in the trial of “a terrorism suspect.” I believe they are referring to Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa, a Canadian national currently on trial in Brooklyn for murdering five U.S. servicemen in Iraq in 2009. However, for some reason, the National Review propagandists are not calling this suspect by name or imagining he has secret ties to Iran. I guess they have no beef with Canada. Yet.

No Quarter Says this:

Fox News is busy today carrying water for the NeoCons and the Netanyahu crowd with the claim that the Obama Administration is sitting on intel recovered from Osama Bin Laden’s porn palace in Abottabad 5 years ago that shows Iran and Al Qaeda are working together.

Horseshit!! We’ve seen this play before. Remember the hot insistence by many of these same characters in late 2001 and thru 2002 that Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda were working in tandem? Laurie Mylroie, who allegedly had been involved romantically with a senior Iraqi military guy, was the go-to gal for people like Paul Wolfowitz and Dick Cheney in “proving” that link.

[…]

Iran and Al Qaeda are not ideologically nor theologically soulmates. They are diametrically opposed. Al Qaeda is a radical Sunni entity. They despise Shias. There was a time about 20 years ago when Bin Laden, in a visionary move, sought to build ties with the Shia and Iran. That is true. But, over time, AQ became more sectarian and more opposed to all things Shia.

The current effort to link AQ and Iran has one purpose–derail and/or thwart any potential agreement with Iran on its nuclear program. Just keep this in mind as the propaganda floods the networks on the eve of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to the US Congress next week.

Only blogger who is saying basically, “Yeah boy howdy! We gotta nuke Iran!” is this guy here. Not mention posting racist photos like this here:

Neocons, racist?

No wonder the war party got sacked in the last election. :roll:

You know, I am just going to say this; it is pretty freakin’ bad, when a Paleoconservative, like myself, has to point out the fact that those who support the Neoconservatives, are stooping to racism of this low-brow sort. In case this knucklehead above has forgotten; the Republican Party is the Party of Lincoln and they should start acting like it. Instead of the racists of the old Democratic Party. But, then again; are not neocons former Democrats? Why, Yes! Yes they are! …and they brought their Wilsonian foreign policy and their ugly bigotry with them.

I could see running into something like this, on, maybe, Stormfront. But, on a so-called Conservative blog? Come on. :mad:

The best words that John Mccain has ever spoken

These are the words of Senator John McCain from the Senate floor. Via his website:

“Mr. President, I rise in support of the release – the long-delayed release – of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s summarized, unclassified review of the so-called ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ that were employed by the previous administration to extract information from captured terrorists. It is a thorough and thoughtful study of practices that I believe not only failed their purpose – to secure actionable intelligence to prevent further attacks on the U.S. and our allies – but actually damaged our security interests, as well as our reputation as a force for good in the world.

“I believe the American people have a right – indeed, a responsibility – to know what was done in their name; how these practices did or did not serve our interests; and how they comported with our most important values.

“I commend Chairman Feinstein and her staff for their diligence in seeking a truthful accounting of policies I hope we will never resort to again. I thank them for persevering against persistent opposition from many members of the intelligence community, from officials in two administrations, and from some of our colleagues.

“The truth is sometimes a hard pill to swallow. It sometimes causes us difficulties at home and abroad. It is sometimes used by our enemies in attempts to hurt us. But the American people are entitled to it, nonetheless.

“They must know when the values that define our nation are intentionally disregarded by our security policies, even those policies that are conducted in secret. They must be able to make informed judgments about whether those policies and the personnel who supported them were justified in compromising our values; whether they served a greater good; or whether, as I believe, they stained our national honor, did much harm and little practical good.

“What were the policies? What was their purpose? Did they achieve it? Did they make us safer? Less safe? Or did they make no difference? What did they gain us? What did they cost us? The American people need the answers to these questions. Yes, some things must be kept from public disclosure to protect clandestine operations, sources and methods, but not the answers to these questions.

“By providing them, the Committee has empowered the American people to come to their own decisions about whether we should have employed such practices in the past and whether we should consider permitting them in the future. This report strengthens self-government and, ultimately, I believe, America’s security and stature in the world. I thank the Committee for that valuable public service.

“I have long believed some of these practices amounted to torture, as a reasonable person would define it, especially, but not only the practice of waterboarding, which is a mock execution and an exquisite form of torture. Its use was shameful and unnecessary; and, contrary to assertions made by some of its defenders and as the Committee’s report makes clear, it produced little useful intelligence to help us track down the perpetrators of 9/11 or prevent new attacks and atrocities.

“I know from personal experience that the abuse of prisoners will produce more bad than good intelligence. I know that victims of torture will offer intentionally misleading information if they think their captors will believe it. I know they will say whatever they think their torturers want them to say if they believe it will stop their suffering. Most of all, I know the use of torture compromises that which most distinguishes us from our enemies, our belief that all people, even captured enemies, possess basic human rights, which are protected by international conventions the U.S. not only joined, but for the most part authored.

“I know, too, that bad things happen in war. I know in war good people can feel obliged for good reasons to do things they would normally object to and recoil from.

“I understand the reasons that governed the decision to resort to these interrogation methods, and I know that those who approved them and those who used them were dedicated to securing justice for the victims of terrorist attacks and to protecting Americans from further harm. I know their responsibilities were grave and urgent, and the strain of their duty was onerous.

“I respect their dedication and appreciate their dilemma. But I dispute wholeheartedly that it was right for them to use these methods, which this report makes clear were neither in the best interests of justice nor our security nor the ideals we have sacrificed so much blood and treasure to defend.

“The knowledge of torture’s dubious efficacy and my moral objections to the abuse of prisoners motivated my sponsorship of the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005, which prohibits ‘cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment’ of captured combatants, whether they wear a nation’s uniform or not, and which passed the Senate by a vote of 90-9.

“Subsequently, I successfully offered amendments to the Military Commissions Act of 2006, which, among other things, prevented the attempt to weaken Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions, and broadened definitions in the War Crimes Act to make the future use of waterboarding and other ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ punishable as war crimes.

“There was considerable misinformation disseminated then about what was and wasn’t achieved using these methods in an effort to discourage support for the legislation. There was a good amount of misinformation used in 2011 to credit the use of these methods with the death of Osama bin Laden. And there is, I fear, misinformation being used today to prevent the release of this report, disputing its findings and warning about the security consequences of their public disclosure.

“Will the report’s release cause outrage that leads to violence in some parts of the Muslim world? Yes, I suppose that’s possible, perhaps likely. Sadly, violence needs little incentive in some quarters of the world today. But that doesn’t mean we will be telling the world something it will be shocked to learn. The entire world already knows that we water-boarded prisoners. It knows we subjected prisoners to various other types of degrading treatment. It knows we used black sites, secret prisons. Those practices haven’t been a secret for a decade.

“Terrorists might use the report’s re-identification of the practices as an excuse to attack Americans, but they hardly need an excuse for that. That has been their life’s calling for a while now.

“What might come as a surprise, not just to our enemies, but to many Americans, is how little these practices did to aid our efforts to bring 9/11 culprits to justice and to find and prevent terrorist attacks today and tomorrow. That could be a real surprise, since it contradicts the many assurances provided by intelligence officials on the record and in private that enhanced interrogation techniques were indispensable in the war against terrorism. And I suspect the objection of those same officials to the release of this report is really focused on that disclosure – torture’s ineffectiveness – because we gave up much in the expectation that torture would make us safer. Too much.

“Obviously, we need intelligence to defeat our enemies, but we need reliable intelligence. Torture produces more misleading information than actionable intelligence. And what the advocates of harsh and cruel interrogation methods have never established is that we couldn’t have gathered as good or more reliable intelligence from using humane methods.

“The most important lead we got in the search for bin Laden came from using conventional interrogation methods. I think it is an insult to the many intelligence officers who have acquired good intelligence without hurting or degrading prisoners to assert we can’t win this war without such methods. Yes, we can and we will.

“But in the end, torture’s failure to serve its intended purpose isn’t the main reason to oppose its use. I have often said, and will always maintain, that this question isn’t about our enemies; it’s about us. It’s about who we were, who we are and who we aspire to be. It’s about how we represent ourselves to the world.

“We have made our way in this often dangerous and cruel world, not by just strictly pursuing our geopolitical interests, but by exemplifying our political values, and influencing other nations to embrace them. When we fight to defend our security we fight also for an idea, not for a tribe or a twisted interpretation of an ancient religion or for a king, but for an idea that all men are endowed by the Creator with inalienable rights. How much safer the world would be if all nations believed the same. How much more dangerous it can become when we forget it ourselves even momentarily.

“Our enemies act without conscience. We must not. This executive summary of the Committee’s report makes clear that acting without conscience isn’t necessary, it isn’t even helpful, in winning this strange and long war we’re fighting. We should be grateful to have that truth affirmed.

“Now, let us reassert the contrary proposition: that is it essential to our success in this war that we ask those who fight it for us to remember at all times that they are defending a sacred ideal of how nations should be governed and conduct their relations with others – even our enemies.

“Those of us who give them this duty are obliged by history, by our nation’s highest ideals and the many terrible sacrifices made to protect them, by our respect for human dignity to make clear we need not risk our national honor to prevail in this or any war. We need only remember in the worst of times, through the chaos and terror of war, when facing cruelty, suffering and loss, that we are always Americans, and different, stronger, and better than those who would destroy us.

“Thank you.”

God Bless Him for standing up for what is right.

(via Memeoradum)

But, when America does it, it is perfectly fine

I read with slight bemusement Ed Morrissey’s piece on ISIS,  which is another name of Al-Qaeda, which you can click here to read; supposedly having chemical weapons in Iraq. I also read how horrible it is and so forth.

Which leads me to ask a simple question: Was it just as horrible, when the United States used bombs with depleted uranium in them against the Iraqis when we invaded that Country in 2003? …and don’t tell me there was none of that; it has been confirmed many times over in photo documentation and in reporting on the ground there.

What also bemused me, is the neoconservatives steadfastly refuse to admit, that ISIS and al-Qaeda in Iraq was a sole creation of Bush’s invasion of Iraq in 2003. If anyone says, “Bush created this mess.” All you get is the Tourette’s disorder-sounding “blame bush!” repeated over and over and over. It is true that Obama’s handling of the Iraqi and Afghan wars has been piss poor, and his inaction created a resurgence of terrorist activity in Iraq and abroad.

However, Bush did start this thing and when it all blew up again, Bush and his Jewish neocon cronies were safely out of office. Now, what will have to happen is seeing that Obama is basically trying to avoid directly confronting with the radical Islamists, another Republican hawk will have to come in and clean up what is left of Bush’s created mess — that is if that person is able to do that!  It is a vicious cycle and one that we have repeated time and time again over the years.

Please, do not misunderstand me here; the Democrats are bad news, the policies of Obama and his neo-leftists cronies on the hill have been creating havoc on this Country’s economy. However, as myself and Pastor Chuck Baldwin know; the Republicans of today are no better, the hawkish Jewish wilsonians are just as bad, if not worse than the neo-leftists that are now in the White House. If you think that someone like Ted Cruz with a Reagan-style of foreign policy or someone like Rand Paul with the reasonable foreign policy will get in the White House, you are very highly mistaken. The Jacobin Wilsonian neoconservative hawks control that party and its purse strings and have done so since about 1989 or even before that. Conservatives tend to forget, that Reagan was a fluke; someone who the GOP establishment tried like heck to tamper down and discredit — and thankfully failed to do. The GOP establishment will never make that mistake again, trust me.

So, barring a major uprising in this Country, to unseat both of these entrenched political parties; we are stuck with what we have: two corrupt political parties, hell-bent on putting us into a course of absolute ruin. It is as fatalistic view, it is grim and tends to be depressing — but it, simply, is the truth.

The hypocrisy of the neoconservatives

I really hate to have to point stuff like this out; but when it is pretty flipping’ glaring, it is hard to ignore it.  As I rule, I don’t like pulling the “this is racist” card, unless I absolutely HAVE to and only where I feel it is absolutely warranted; and here, it is, in a big way. The big kicker, this guy is Jewish. Which really blows my mind. :shock:

It seems that one of the biggest neocon bloggers on the planet is channeling his inner George Wallace. Donald Douglas, who is Jewish, I assume — links to a story on The Smoking Gun about an 8-year-old boy who crashed a car, after his drunk daddy allowed him to drive his car. Funny how someone, whose people were horrible oppressed and brutally murdered under a tyrant, can sit and spout ugly racial stereotypes like that — funny that indeed.  :roll:

Here is how Donald Douglas covered said story: (I am screen-capping it and posting it here, if he tries to pull it…)

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This neocon nitwit can post a blatantly racist thing like that, but when I happen to post on my blog, that I am not a huge fan of blacks and latinos, after my cousin was brutally murdered by two black and one latino Detroit police officer in 1994I become the pariah of the blogosphere.  For those that wonder; referring to a black man, as a “boy” is a racial stereotype that goes way back to the days of slavery, when blacks were thought to be of inferior intellect or that of a small child. Now, where I grew up in Detroit, on the southwest side and over on the east side; calling a black man a boy, would get your throat cut! :shock:

Between this and the fact that this neo-nazi here is the darling of the conservative blogosphere; is why I separate myself from the neoconservative right and what I like to call, “The Blogger Kool Kids Klub” (If you know what I mean…) Jerry over at Goldfish and Clowns had it right, when he decided that trying to fit in with that crowd was just not worth it. As was Red Philips about Douglas as well.

If that is what the Republicans have become. I’ll just stand outside the Blogger Kool Kids Klub and do my thing here.

A Good Read: Why Are the Bushies Attacking Ted Cruz?

As I wrote over at the link below: Anyone that goes against the mantra of fight wars on Israel’s behalf until hades freezes over, is a target in the Republican Party.

Check out this awesome article:

The Republican Party has played Marley’s Ghost for the past half-dozen years, dragging behind it the sins of the foreign-policy utopians who persuaded George W. Bush to bet the farm on nation-building in the Middle East. Bush’s 2004 Second Inaugural, written with the help of the Weekly Standard‘s Bill Kristol and the Washington Post‘s Charles Krauthammer, was the high-water mark of foreign-policy overreach and the cusp of Republican fortunes. By the 2006 congressional elections, the electorate had had enough, and the public’s disgust with the pointless sacrifice of blood and treasure helped propel the junior senator from Illinois into the White House. The Bushies who blundered so badly–occupying Iraq, pushing for the West Bank elections won by Hamas, supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt against the Egyptian military–are still fighting for what is left of their reputations. And their greatest fear is that a Republican leader will come along untainted by their mistakes, and able to admit what we Republicans should have admitted years ago: the Bush administration made some big mistakes.

That leader is Sen. Ted Cruz

via Spengler @ PJMedia: Why Are the Bushies Attacking Ted Cruz?.

Let me clear, I am not a huge ted Cruz fan; but this guy is spot on. I will be adding his blog to my list of them on here.

Video: Art Thompson on Dangers of Arming ‘Moderate’ Muslims

(via JBS HQ)

A perfect reason why I cannot stand Michael Goldfarb

Because quite frankly; the guy is an sniveling a-hole; that he is a trust-fund Jewish kid, makes it even worse.

Click here to read this moronic idiot’s tripe about people he disagrees with.

My support of Israel as a Country is without measure; but my disdain of some American Jews is also without measure. Perfect example of that, is at the link above. :mad:

Update: I wanted to come back here and revise this posting a bit. I was very ticked off, when I wrote what I wrote here originally. But, this piece by this guy was quite galling to me. This part here really steamed me to the high heavens:

Either way—let the caterwauling begin. I can hear it now: “They’re trying to silence us with trumped up charges of anti-Semitism!” Well, f*** all of you.

I know anti-Semitism and Jew-baiting when I see it. And I’m not going anywhere. We’re here, we’re neocons, and you’re never going to be rid of us.

And though the Liberty Conservatives may well have their day in the sun, the Jew-baiting paleocons among them will always be toiling away at the margins, trying to figure out precisely how the Jews kept them out of the good jobs. And then, as now, the reason for their marginalization will have nothing to do with us, and everything to do with them—with the fact that they just can’t keep their Jew-baiting, Putin-loving, neo-Confederate, League-of-the-South b***** to themselves.

This piece, especially the part I quoted; galled me for the following:

  1. I am of southern heritage. My parents are from the south; Dad’s from Kentucky and Mom is from Georgia. I find some sniveling rich punk from a Jewish family making this sort of a comment about southern people just absolutely offensive. He calls what that guy is doing Jew-baiting? Well, I call what he is doing Semite-baiting or WASP-Baiting.
  2. His fast and loose accusations of antisemitism cheapens the conversation. Furthermore, it causes people, like myself, to look at people, like Goldfarb, with disdain.
  3. It fuels the stereotypes and the accusations of the paleoconservatives who say that neoconservatives are simply mouth pieces for the Jews and that the only thing that they honestly give a flying fig about is Israel and their cottage industry to protect it and that they look at WASP’s like myself; and Christianity in general as useful idiots.
  4. His bashing of the confederacy really pisses me off; I cannot put that into words, why that offends me, I guess it’s my southern roots coming out. I have southern in my blood; I am, for what it is worth, a descendant of those who fought in that war. Now, according to this dimwit, I support slavery, and am a racist, a Jew-hater and all the other moronic stuff that they say about we Southern folk. None of which is true. The confederates seceded from the union, because they did not want a centralized Government being shoved down their throats. Furthermore, they resented Lincoln trying to seize their gold, to form a central bank. Something Lincoln abandoned later on.

Now, keep in mind; this tool was John McCain’s communications guy and Blogger for the 2008 campaign. When I found this out; I knew McCain was going to be sunk and you know what? I was right.

I will say this; if this is the honest mentality of the neoconservative right, about the southern Conservatives — the Republican Party is going to be a very bad way come 2016. I mean, you don’t poke the south in the eye, like this moron did and expect to win an election. It just does not work. Like I have said about the Conservative Christian Right; try winning elections without us. Just try it and see just how successful you are. Because I will tell you now, if the south thinks that the Conservative and/or Republican establishment has that sort of an attitude toward those in the south; they will lose badly in the elections to come. They did not call it “The Southern Strategy” for nothing. Why? Because it worked.

The Southern Conservative Christian Right has always held Mormons, Jews, and Catholics in suspect. This is why Rick Santorum’s and Mitt Romney’s campaigns went nowhere fast. You would think that the Republican Party would have learned from something like that. But, from the looks of it; and if Goldfarb’s tripe is any indication — they have learned nothing at all.

(Via Conservative Heritage Times)

Neoconservative Anti-Americanism on full display at National Review

My simple question is, what would Buckley think?

Go read

I would have thought I was reading weakly Weekly Standard or Commentary. :roll:

Also too; sure, the bailouts of GM and Chrysler were terrible. But, reading this guy’s tripe; you’d swear he was some sort of anti-American leftist trashing American industry. I also notice that the powers at be over National Review deleted my comments; which exposes the fascist neoconservatives for what they truly are. :mad:

What this idiot does not tell people is; that it was the neoconservatives during the Bush 41 Administration who pushed a globalist agenda under Bill Clinton’s terms in office that put GM and the other American car companies in the place that we’re in now. The best this idiot can do, is infer that the Unions caused at all, as well as the bailout.

For those wondering; this is personal with me. My Father gave 31 years to GM, at the Cadillac Assembly Plant in Hamtramck, Michigan. (Now a Chevy plant)  Now my Father is worrying whether he will have a pension in the future or not; because quite frankly, the so-called “conservative” media in this Country is working overtime to accelerate the death of G.M., as are certain cretins in Washington D.C..

We Paleoconservatives know that, as Detroit goes, so goes America. If we lose the auto manufacturing sector in Detroit; the rest of the Country will suffer. It will spark a chain reaction that will never be reversed. There are other good examples of this happening; Allentown PA, Gary Indiana, and many others.

Neoconservatives do not care; they are very well enriched by their corporate crony capitalist friends as well as their elitist friends in politics; who are mostly establishment Republicans — who are wholly owned by the elitist corporate thugs.  Furthermore, their anti-Detroit mentality is entrenched in bigotry; racially and socially.

My friends, this, is the difference between paleoconservatives and neoconservatives.

Video: Dinesh D’Souza says, “Yeah, I did it. But they do it too, and they’re picking on me!”

Dinesh D’Souza, whom I have written about before; admits he broke the law. But, as always; plays the victim card.

Meh. Weak tea sir. You broke the law and that’s it! Stop trying to claim the victim card. The man is a adulterer, not to mention an apostate Christian. He should be ignored.

It is official: Chris Christie is a neoconservative

I knew it, when the bridge scandal broke; that something was up with this big ol’ tub of lard —- and now, I now know that is true.

The New American Reports:

Speaking to a crowd of 700 at the Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala in New York on May 18, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (shown) called for a more aggressive, interventionist U.S. foreign policy.

Criticizing the Obama administration’s foreign policy, which he views as too weak, Christie charged: “America is no longer sending clear signals to the world. Consistent signals.” He continued: “Signals like the ones Ronald Reagan sent when he was president as to who our friends are, and we will stand with them without a doubt, and who are enemies are, who we will oppose regardless of the cost.”

Obviously believing that the United States has not acted aggressively enough through Obama’s foreign policy, Christie said: “The rest of the world watches in desperation and hope that America will realize and act upon once again its indispensable place in the world.”

Christie insisted that America’s leaders must send “clear and consistent signals” to those nations it supports and those it doesn’t while promoting America’s values.

Given the venue, observers interpreted “those nations it supports” to include Israel, but he did not mention the Jewish state by name.

“We need to stand once again loudly for these values,” Christie said. “And sometimes that’s going to mean standing in some very messy, difficult places. Standing long and hard for those things that we believe in.”

Christie was particularly critical of what he considers the Obama administration’s lack of sufficient response to Iran’s nuclear enrichment program and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons.

He expressed dismay that “even the thought” exists of Iran building a nuclear weapon. He also criticized Obama for saying he’d draw a “red line” warning Assad not to use chemical weapons, but not intervening when alleged evidence of such attacks was presented.

“Once you draw that red line you enforce it, because if you don’t, America’s credibility will be at stake,” Christie asserted.

Needless to say; I will be removing the blog posting about Chris Christie that I wrote a while back. :mad: What an idiot, pander to the Wilsonians, so he can get elected. He won’t be getting my vote, that is for sure.

 

That’s because they’re neoconservatives and not true conservatives

 observes the following:

Some “conservative” bloggers have been sanctimoniously asserting that Putin should “renounce his association with the KGB,” the “former” Russian domestic spying agency, if he wants “the world” to take him seriously.  At the same time, these “conservatives” publicly support NSA spying on every single American, the PATRIOT Act, warrantless wiretapping and eavesdropping, etc.,  and they are not demanding that any American politicians “renounce” their association with the CIA, the KGB’s counterpart.  These are the some of the same individuals who supported President George H.W. Bush, a former head of the CIA.   Further proof that politics makes people either stupid, evil, or both.

via Blinded by the Myth of “American Exceptionalism” – LewRockwell.com.

This is because the neoconservatives are not true conservatives; but rather big government statists, who are perfectly fine with big Government — as long as they control it. However, the minute that they lose control of that Government, they decry it from the high heavens. It is textbook hypocrisy of the highest order.

These are the one’s who say that we must cut spending and remove entitlement programs; but, yet, they want to increase Military spending and defend Israel at all costs. It is a bi-polar way of conducting politics. Now, I am not saying that we should not be ready to defend our Country; but it is an entirely different thing to be playing the World’s police officer and defending a Country that looks at the United States as useful idiots.

This is the exact reason I distinguish myself from them and identify myself as a Paleoconservative or a Pat Buchanan-type conservative. Yes, there is a very big difference and yes, it is a great one. Anyone that says that this is not true; is either unlearned about politics and willfully misleading people.

@MichelleMalkin whines again

It seems that Michelle Malkin is still whining about being mocked by Steven Colbert.

michellemalkinracecardI’m just going to write here on my blog, what I wrote at several places in the comment sections.

The only reason Malkin is who she is, is because her Neocon friends made her who she is. She’s been bought and paid for by those people for years. She’s nothing but a damned puppet and an hypocritical one at that.

As for her whining about being harassed, she sure wasn’t thinking about all that, when she was on the warpath against Graeme Frost and his family. Google it. What she did was vomit provoking. She gets what’s coming to her.

No wonder Bill O’Reilly dropped her and then Fox News let her go. She’s nothing but a shill and a terrible one at that. Not only that, she is a nothing more than a plagiarist; google “debbie schlussel michelle malkin” and you will see for yourself just what kind of person Michelle Malkin *really* is.

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Just doing what the progressive protected minorities do…..

Malkin loves to drone on about how blacks like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton play the “race card”. But, yet, she does the same very thing. She’s a hypocrite of the highest order. She needs to get over it or go back to the Philippines. This is America and we mock people. Get over it, suck it up or get lost.

Taking a page from the playbook of Al-Qaeda when it comes to freedom of speech is not a conservative way of doing things. Proving my point about that Femi-Nazi witch. She’s not a Conservative; but rather a progressive-lite. Like most neocons. .

Patrick J. Buchanan writes the real reason why the GOP is failing

Quote of the week:

To understand why and how the Republican Party lost Middle America, and faces demographic death, we need to go back to Bush I.

At the Cold War’s end, the GOP reached a fork in the road. The determination of Middle Americans to preserve the country they grew up in, suddenly collided with the profit motive of Corporate America.

The Fortune 500 wanted to close factories in the USA and ship production abroad — where unions did not exist, regulations were light, taxes were low, and wages were a fraction of what they were here in America.

Corporate America was going global and wanted to be rid of its American work force, the best paid on earth, and replace it with cheap foreign labor.

While manufacturing sought to move production abroad, hotels, motels, bars, restaurants, farms and construction companies that could not move abroad also wanted to replace their expensive American workers.

Thanks to the Republican Party, Corporate America got it all.

Head on over to Pat’s site and read why “The GOP lost middle America.” It is sad, but true, account about what really happened to that Grand Old Party.

 

 

John Podhoretz gets exposed for the intolerant Trotskyite that he truly is

This is great;  a Trotskyite Zionist goes for a debate; and the minute he sees that he is losing the debate — he storms off the stage, takes his marbles and goes home.

I am referring to the greatest Trotskyite, Zionist, Neoconservative of them all — John Podhoretz.

See here, here, here and here.

Money quote:

Bottom line: I’d had a long day and I didn’t see the point in spending more of it getting booed and shushed. So I left. So sue me.

If only we could sue you and your family for all the trillions of dollars — and the 4000+ lives that were  wasted in the Iraq War —- which you and your satanic Father were cheerleaders for, after 9/11. Actually, I would very much like to see criminal charges filed against you and few of your Trotskyite friends as well. However, as we realists know; that will never happened to a protected class as yourself.

You want to know what got wrong with Conservatism? You want to know why the GOP is in the shape that it is in? Look no further than this man here and his idiotic Trotskyite magazine that he runs. They are the true enemies of America; they are the ones who put us in the war that almost broke this Nation and ruined its standing in the world.

It is a pity that there is not true justice in this Nation of ours; otherwise, this man and his friends would be sitting in jail cells.

 

Why I won’t be posting @JulieBorowski’s AKA Token Libertarian Girl’s Videos here anymore.

Needless to say, I won’t be posting this woman’s videos here any longer.

Here is why:

and what happens? She unfollows me.

And so, I sent back:

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Then she accuses me of feeling like I am entitled to be followed. The conversation basically degenerated after that. Basically the truth is this: Julie Borowski is a protected minority, she is polish. Now, whether she is Jewish or not, is not relevant. What is relevant is when I told her, that she should be careful using code words like “neocon” she got quite defensive and unfollowed me. The truth is the woman wears her ethnicity on her sleeve. But, she pawns herself off as some sort of a libertarian. I call bullcrap on that one. She’s nothing more than a neoconservative.

I won’t delete her videos here that I have posted before; but I won’t post anyone’s videos who act like that on twitter. Besides all that; the only reason anyone gives two flips about her, is because she has a pretty face and sounds like a one point that she was deaf. So, they pity her and watch her videos. Not me. I pity no one; I gave her a chance here, because she sounded pretty smart. I guess I was wrong about that one.