Dec 072016
 

Several thousand people demonstrate against abortion and the law Simone Veil which recognized a woman's right to privacy entitling her to an abortion. Paris, FRANCE-23/01/2011 /WITT_CHOIX010/1101231836/Credit:WITT/SIPA/1101231839

Washington Free Beacon: “On Thursday, the French National Assembly passed a bill that makes it a crime to post information online that challenges abortion. Pro-life activists who continue to operate online face up to two years in prison and a fine of more than $30,000.

The French legislation follows a controversy that erupted after the French government blocked an advertisement featuring smiling children with Down syndrome because it could dredge up feelings of guilt from women who decided to abort babies diagnosed with the genetic condition in-utero.”

Opinion: This type of assault on free speech would have been applauded under Hillary Clinton, who won the Margaret Sanger award in 2014.

Sanger published articles in her newsletter, the “Birth Control Review,” that depicted her opinions that certain groups of people “never should have been born” and that birth control was intended to “create a race of thoroughbreds,” and ensure that society had “more children from the fit, less from the unfit.”

The progressives of France claim that the bill is to avoid  “disturbing the conscience of women who, in accordance with the law, have made personal life choices.”

So the slaughter of infants will continue in France so that no one will be disturbed.

Wow.

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Dec 072016
 

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CNN: “Alisyn Camerota of CNN recently did a feature story in the early-morning broadcast of New Day lamenting the alleged maltreatment of Muslim women in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election.

The central narrative of the feature was that since the murders by the Muslim husband and wife killers in San Bernardino, California, Muslim women wearing traditional headscarves have been targeted for harassment.

“Maybe there will be a movement where people wear the headscarf in solidarity. You know, even if you’re not Muslim.”

Opinion: Alisyn, who once worked for Fox, is letting her progressive ideology hang out for all to see. Solidarity could also mean minarets with a call to prayer five times each day that Obama described as one of the prettiest sounds on earth.

All that the progressive left Dems need now is Keith Ellison who took his oath of office with his hand on a Koran to head up their party.

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Dec 062016
 

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Debkafile: “The failure of the US-backed Iraqi army offensive to liberate Mosul – nine weeks after it began – could no longer be denied when a delegation of ISIS chiefs arrived there Sunday, Dec. 4, traveling unhindered from Raqqa, Syria.

Altogether 54,000 Iraqi troops and 5,000 US servicemen – supported by 90 warplanes and 150 heavy artillery pieces – were invested in the Mosul campaign when it was launched in October. They proved unable to beat 9,000 jihadists.”

Opinion: Three weeks ago, Kurdish Peshmerga forces withdrew from the campaign after being at odds with Baghdad over who would control post-ISIS  Mosul.

According to  al Jazeera: “Iraqi Kurdistan has long insisted that areas skirting its official boundary – stretching from the border with Syria in the west, to Iran in the east – are part of the territory it should control. This is a position strongly opposed by Baghdad.” 

Having been armed by the US with 400 million in weapons, the Kurds appear to be ready to live with ISIS and deny President Obama a victory before he leaves office in January, 2017.

It baffles me as to why the world refuses to recognize that ISIS is a symptom and not the disease. The best analogy is whack-a-mole: the US weakened al Qaeda and ISIS popped up, and when/if ISIS should be defeated, one of hundreds of terror groups will pick up the mantle.

battleArab hatred for the Jewish state is the primary motive for the caliphate. The secondary motives are political proxy wars funded by world powers:

  • The US is fighting against the Shia forces of the Assad government and Hezbollah who are supported by Iran and Russia
  • The US is supporting the Shia Iraqi government in an effort to stop ISIS
  • Saudi Arabia and UAE are supporting ISIS
  • The Peshmerga were fighting against ISIS in an effort to establish an independent Kurdish state
  • Turkey has been fighting a Kurdish-armed campaign in its southeast for more than three decades, but is in reality backing Kurdish forces in their fight against ISIS which they have secretly funded by selling ISIS oil on the black market.

The root of the battles can be found in a bowl of red soup and a birthright:

“Now Jacob cooked a stew; and Esau came in from the field, and he was weary.  And Esau said to Jacob, “Please feed me with that same red stew, for I am weary.” Therefore his name was called Edom.

But Jacob said, “Sell me your birthright as of this day.”

And Esau said, “Look, I am about to die; so what is this birthright to me?”

Then Jacob said, “Swear to me as of this day.”

So he swore to him, and sold his birthright to Jacob. And Jacob gave Esau bread and stew of lentils; then he ate and drank, arose, and went his way. Thus Esau despised his birthright.” Genesis 25:29-33

 

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Dec 052016
 
Microchip in hand allows you to pay for goods in UAE

7 Days (UAE): “It might sound like something from a dystopian science fiction fantasy but you could soon be able to pay for goods and services with a microchip that is embedded in your hand, according to Etisalat officials. The technique is called bio-hacking, where an alien device is embedded on the back of the

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Dec 032016
 
Facebook suspends user over American flag image

Infowars: On Wednesday morning, Facebook, the social media site increasingly known as the “world’s most dangerous censor,” told yours truly that a picture depicting an eagle and a U.S. flag violates their “community standards,” and further issued a 30-day ban.  Worse yet, I never even posted the photo.” Opinion: All this controversy over the flag is

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Dec 022016
 
Putin Sets the Stage for the Incoming U.S. Administration

Institute For War: “Russian President Vladimir Putin has kept international attention riveted on Russian operations in Syria while escalating military deployments and political operations across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Putin’s global strategy relies on creating the impression that a U.S. challenge to Russian expansion would be met with a conventional military or even

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Dec 022016
 
Trump Picks Former Goldman Sachs Banker for Treasury Secretary

The New American: “One of the first criticisms over Donald Trump’s nomination of former Goldman Sachs banker Steven Mnuchin (shown) on Wednesday for Treasury secretary came from the Democratic National Committee: “So much for draining the swamp … nominating Steven Mnuchin to be Treasury Secretary is a slap in the face to voters who hoped

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