Michael Coren with Brooke Goldstein: Lawfare
Andre kilder: Wikipedia,
- urbi et orbi
Et kuriosum: Den særdeles katolske Ann Barnhardt har en stadigt voksende fanskare. Nu er der lavet en lille tegnefilm med nogle af Ann Barnhardts replikker. Barnhardt er ikke begejstret for Mitt Romney:
Ann Barnhardt blasts Mitt Romney
Watch as Ann gives Mitt a piece of her mind! To find out all about Ann, be sure to visit her You Tube channel
Og Warren Pollock interviewer Barnhardt for fjerde gang. Videoen er delt i to - fra 25. maj 2012:
Social or Antisocial networking blocks true-humanistic-contact and relations with people. Do not confuse broadcasting these details with anything else but the culture of self absorption. Additionally you are handing the most intimate details of your life to a “Self Service Spy Ring.” Yes, you are giving the most vulnerable aspects of your life to the Government and the Corporate Oligarchy. You are helping those people working against your best interests. The Soviets dreamed of having an intelligence network of this camera by having local neighborhood spy rings. With Facebook you are doing this disservice to yourself.
Ann Barnhardt, a Constitutional Review w Solutions
Der følger en længere afhandling med, som jeg har sat under videoen. Den yderste højrefløj i USA er noget for sig. Der er ikke rigtig noget bidrag her, som en konservativ på vore breddergradder kan bruge til noget:
We the people of the United States Establish Justice? Totalitarian states are rich in law and short in justice. We live in an age “whereby our rights have been incrementally and consistently destroyed.” Ann Barnhardt; Ann Barnhardt reviews the “Bill of Rights” and the “Constitution” against the realities of the day here in the “First Republic of the United States.” Is it possible that years of legislation and malfeasance, by the corporate oligarchy, has had the effect of ……. Find out about the fate of the United States in this ground breaking interview by Warren Pollock of Ann Barnhardt at her best as an advocate for freedom. Ann and I host our own little “Tea Party,” but not the kind the establishment would want to have.
Lets put a few phrases to the test.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Mr Obama “You don’t need to go to any court to know you cannot be born in two places at once, except the court of logic.” Warren Pollock
“In Marxism, you are the property.”
Barnabas Fund udsender løbende bulletiner om forfølgelse af kristne i Syrien, mange tusind er flygtet. Der meldes konstant om dræbte, – mindst 10.000 mennesker er omkommet siden marts 2011, siger FN ifølge BBC. Bilbomber, mortergranater, raketter og anden saliggørende islamisk fred. Våben til regimet strømmer ind bla. fra Iran og Rusland, skriver The New York Times. USA hjælper derimod oprørerne med materiel, kan man læse i Time Magazine. Og Syrien har i forvejen verdens største arsenal af kemiske våben, fortæller The Washington Times. The National Review Online beretter, at det ikke var Assad-regimet, der stod bag den grusomme massakre i Houla og Homs. Der var derimod sunnimuslimske oprørere, der gjorde det. Ofrene var shiamuslimer, alawier og kristne. Borgerkrig i fuld skala, mener højtstående kilder i FNs fredsbevarende styrker - Herve Ladsous, the U.N.’s peacekeeping chief - i et interview i New Zealand’s Rhema Radio. Hizbollah, Al Qaeda, Det Muslimske Broderskab med flere, – de er der allesammen. Der kan blive brug for mange hvide rosiner til de fromme jihadister fra Syrien, men det siger Fogh Rasmussen ikke noget om. Alex Thomson fra Channel 4 har derimod interessante oplysninger:
Syrian Rebels tried to get Alex Thomson Channel 4 Reporter killed to boost anti-Assad Propaganda
Alex Thomsen bloggede om episoden hos Channel 4:
Meget grundig artikel fra The Daily Mail:
Daniel Pipes siger også noget om Syrien:
Daniel Pipes & Allan Lee on Syria – June 13, 2012
From New Zealand’s Rhema Radio: The United Nations says Syria is now involved in all-out civil war, after their own UN Monitors were shot at by rebel forces. As we’ve heard, there are terrible tales of children being used as human shields, tortured and killed and increasingly, calls for other nations to take some sort of action. Now Russia’s giving the Syrian regime attack helicopters — and it’s clear the rebel forces are also being armed from somewhere.
Daniel Pipes is president of the Middle East Forum and a fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, and he shares on the issue.
Fra France 24:
NATO: Anders Fogh Rasmussen & Annette Young – Syria similar to Bosnia – June 13, 2012
France 24: A growing number of people are starting to compare Syria to the situation the world faced with Bosnia during the mid 1990s. Among them is NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who talks to Annette Young about the lessons that should have been learnt from the Balkans.
Opdatering – Mange af Pipes’ artikler oversættes til dansk. Et par af de nyeste:
Opdatering 19. juni 2012:
Halvdelen af Syriens befolkning er under 15 år. Og 60 pct. af Syriens 23 millioner indbyggere er under 20 år:
Matthew R. J. Brodsky: Assessing the Syrian Uprising
Matthew R. J. Brodsky is Director of Policy, Jewish Policy Center; Editor, inFocus Quarterly. He spoke at the Center for Security Policy ‘s National Security Group Lunch on the topic: “Assessing the Syrian Uprising”
Se eventuelt The American Spectator:
Andre kilder: EkstraBladet, Jyllands-Posten, Jyllands-Posten, The American Spectator, The American Spectator, The American Spectator, Barnabas Fund, Commentary Magazine, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, Gatestone Institute, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The Washington Times, The Jerusalem Post, Reuters, Reuters, PJ Media, CNN, Daniel Pipes, Daniel Pipes, Daniel Pipes, Russia Today, Russia Today, Snaphanen,
Ezra Levant om latterlige FN – fra 7. juni 2012:
MP Miller: Get Canada out of the U.N.
Uploader har valgt en artikel som følgetekst - fra Postmedia Canada:
Næste, – også fra 7. juni 2012 – vært Daniel Proussalidis:
John Robson on the United Nations
Igen er der valgt en artikel som følgetekst, denne gang af John Robson i The Toronto Sun:
Kathleen Walter interviewer – fra 1. juni 2012:
Rep. Allen West: Military Intervention in Syria Could Trigger World War III (6/1/12)
Der følger en artikel med, som man kan læse hos Newsmax:
Ny massakre i Syrien:
Andre kilder: Barnabas Fund
Det er længe siden, vi har set noget til Michael Rubin her på bloggen. Det retter vi lige op på:
Michael Rubin: Developments in Turkey — Implications for the US
Michael Rubin is Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute; Senior Lecturer, Naval Postgraduate School.
He spoke to the Center for Security Policy’s National Security Group Lunch on Capitol Hill regarding the latest geopolitical developments in Turkey and the implications for United States policy.
Og et interview:
The Future of terror: Michael Rubin interview with Intersec Magazine
April 25, 2012 – Robert de la Poer
As al-Qaeda’s influence grows, Dr. Michael Rubin tells Robert de la Poer that the Western countries must co-operate and continue to take the lead in the fight against Jihadist terrorists.
RP: Do you think there has been enough international co-ordination of law enforcement and intelligence efforts to attack the logistics and financing arms of Jihadist terrorist networks since 9/11? Who should be taking the lead in this fight?
MR: If there is one success story since 9/11, it has been the efforts to combat terror finance. If military action is sometimes akin to conducting surgery with an axe, efforts to dry up sources of funding are like wielding a scalpel.
Turkish pianist charged with insulting Muslim values
June 01, 2012
An internationally acclaimed Turkish classical pianist is to stand trial on charges of insulting Muslim religious values in comments posted on Twitter, an Istanbul court ruled on Friday.
Fazil Say has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Berliner Symphoniker, Israel Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France and Tokyo Symphony Orchetra and has served as a cultural ambassador to the European Union.
Opdatering 11. juni 2012 – se Jihad Watch:
Opdatering 12. juni 2012: Michael Rubin fortæller i Commentary Magazine, at Tyrkerne har arresteret en borgmester og 2 embedsmænd, fordi de havde klikket “Like” på Facebook. Og det skal man ikke gøre med artikler, regimet ikke kan lide:
Fra The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference April 29, 2012, Marriott Times Square:
Caroline Glick’s speech at JPost conference
Alan Dershowitz talte også:
Vi skal også lige høre, hvad Barry Rubin siger om præsident Obama:
What to Say When You’re Handed the Obama-Is-Good-for-Israel Talking Points
June 1, 2012 – by Barry Rubin
Many Americans, and particularly Jews, are starting to receive mailings encouraging them to vote for President Barack Obama or donate to his reelection campaign of by arguing that he is pro-Israel. Several readers have asked me to provide them with responses. Here is a brief answer.
These emails and mailings, though designed to look as if they were written by concerned individuals, clearly draw their texts from talking points posted on the Obama reelection site. The arguments are very thin and selective but are presented as if they represent the totality of Obama policy.
The main arguments are:
Mere HERhos PJ Media.
Desuden link til denne – ligeledes af Barry Rubin – i The Jerusalem Post:
England strammer skruen. De ansvarlige for weekendens folkedrab i Syrien kan i følge Nick Clegg muligvis blive udelukket fra Olympiaden i London! Udenrigsminister William Hague synes, at massemord er dybt forstyrrende. “Deeply disturbing”. Foruroligende. Kan det siges tydeligere? Kom så ikke og påstå, at Vesten er for blødsøden. Fordi andre EU lande har udvist syriske diplomater, har Englænderne gjort det samme. Det fremgår af flere kilder bla. The Telegraph. Den iranske revolutionsgardes Basij-bevægelse er aktiv flere steder i Syrien for at støtte Assad. USA anklager Iran for at have bistået syriske militser under det uhyggelige blodbad, skriver The Guardian. Tirsdag blev der fundet yderligere 13 dræbte i det østlige Syrien, skriver The New York Times. Murray om massakren, der kostede 108 mennesker livet:
What Bashar Assad Knows
Syria illustrates the gap between what Western politicians pretend to be able to do and what they actually can do.
By Douglas Murray – May 29, 2012,
British Foreign Secretary William Hague described the killing of at least 108 people last Friday in the Syrian town of Houla as “deeply disturbing.” The U.K. talked of summoning the Syrian chargés d’affaires to the Foreign Office. Meanwhile Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg used an interview over the weekend to escalate the rhetoric further: As Bashar Assad’s forces pushed on for another day, Mr. Clegg said that Britain may ban anybody involved in massacring Syrian civilians from attending the London Olympics this summer.
It is now more than a year since Assad—already an enemy and terror-sponsor—began using his security forces in a full-scale assault against the people of the country he treats as family property. And at the end of that year what do we do? Make it clear to any Syrian Baath Party general too busy at work lately to have kept up with the national lacrosse team that if he still thinks he’s going to cheer them on while sipping mint tea in London this summer, then he’s got another think coming. Damascus is quaking, no doubt.
Mere HER i The Wall Street Journal. Se eventuelt også Foreign Policy:
Andre kilder: Wikipedia, Jyllands-Posten, Jyllands-Posten, DR, Ræson, Ræson, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, PJ Media, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, BBC, BBC, BBC, BBC, ABC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times, The Investigative Project on Terrorism, Toronto Sun, Ynetnews, Ynetnews, Reuters, The American, ReliefWeb, AINA,
Gode indspark fra David Gress, Rune Selsing, Eva Agnete Selsing:
Af David Gress – 28. maj 2012
Vi hører tit, at danskerne nærer en i international sammenhæng stor tillid til hinanden og til deres magthavere.
[...] Vi får ingen forandring, før flere danskere gør oprør i frihedens navn og forstår, at de er blevet taget grundigt ved næsen, og at magthaverne ikke er andet end – folkefjender.
Mere HER i Berlingske Tidende.
De liberales hasardspil med friheden
Af Rune Selsing, Filosof og Eva Agnete Selsing, Cand.polit., BA i filosofi
Rune og Eva Agnete Selsing: Det er ikke den enkelte handling, der gør udslaget. Det er summen af kulturnedbrydende handlinger, der udgør truslen mod vores kulturelle – og dermed frihedsmæssige – fundament. [...]
Mere HER i Berlingske Tidende.
Jeg har lige fået en Wilders raptus, så derfor er der video igen:
Paul McKeever on Geert Wilders, Islam, and Free Speech
On June 11, 2011, Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever was a panelist on CTS’s “On the Front Line” with host Christine Williams. After showing excerpts from her interview of Geert Wilder’s (she interviewed him while he was in Toronto), the panel discusses Islam and free speech in the context of Geert Wilders political agenda.
Omtalte 1. del er ikke på CTSs hjemmeside
Fra det altid årvågne Sappho:
Englands vej fra klasse- til kastesamfund. Interview med Theodore Dalrymple
Interview af Lars Hedegaard – 22. maj 2012
I mere end én forstand er England et land på sygedagpenge, og den engelske kulturkritiker Theodore Dalrymple ser ikke mange chancer for helbredelse.
Mere HER i Sappho. Morten Uhrskov Jensen om sin nye bog, “Indvandringens Pris – På vej mod et fattigere Danmark”:
Klumme af Morten Uhrskov Jensen – 22. maj 2012
Hvis Europa ikke stopper for ikke-vestlig indvandring nu, går vore børn en mørk fremtid i møde, skriver bogaktuelle Morten Uhrskov Jensen.
Mere HER i Sappho.
Efter os syndfloden. Anmeldelse af Morten Uhrskovs nye bog
Anmeldelse af Lars Hedegaard – 25. maj 2012
Med sin katastrofale indvandringspolitik har Danmark satset på en såkaldt nulvariant: Det går enten galt, eller det går meget galt. Sådan lyder konklusionen i Morten Uhrskovs nye bog.
Mere HER i Sappho.
Frihed i forfald. Anmeldelse af Jacob Mchangamas bog
Anmeldelse af Torben Mark Pedersen – 24. maj 2012
Alle andre end politiske liberalister vil føle sig ramt af Jacob Machamgamas debatbog Fri os fra friheden, skriver Sapphos anmelder Torben Mark Pedersen.
Mere HER i Sappho. Desuden link til:
Muslim Persecution of Christians: April, 2012
21. maj 2012 – Internationalt af Raymond Ibrahim
Læs gennemgangen af muslimske kristenforfølgelser i den forgangne måned.
Mere HER i Sappho.
Desuden link til:
Fra i dag:
Can I say this?
The kingdom that poisons the world.
Et hyggeligt interview om Israel, USA, jura og mere. Fra Shalom TV - ser ud til at være fra 14. maj 2012:
Alan Dershowitz On Current Issues
Critiquing Peter Beinart and Middle East peace, explaining how President Obama disappointed him, and discussing Supreme Court “activism” and whether it should review “Obama Care,” Harvard Law Prof. Alan Dershowitz meets with Shalom TV’s Mark S. Golub.
Reservelink Blip TV.
Og har været det i årtier. David Menzies & Brigitte Pellerin fra Sun News TV – 17. maj 2012:
Mayo Clinic fires Female Genital Mutilation doctor
Andre kilder: Post-Bulletin,
Endnu et interview fra Wilders besøg i USA:
Geert Wilders & Frank Gaffney – May 4, 2012
From Secure Freedom Radio: Geert Wilders from the Dutch Party of Freedom, analyzes the Islamist threat in Europe and America
Oversat af Lars Hedegaard:
Artikel af Nidra Poller – 15. maj 2012
Den dødbringende fortælling om Det Arabiske Forår spiller på den vestlige kulturs gode ønsker for alle. Det forekommer langt mere anstændigt at håbe, at folk, der så længe har været undertrykt, omsider vil kunne ånde frit, end at erkende, at de simpelthen er blevet trætte af den gamle kalif og vil have en ny.
Bevis jeres værd, IMR
Klumme af Kit Louise Strand – 11. maj 2012
Efter årtiers politisk korrekte udmeldinger er der bevægelse i Institut for Menneskerettigheder, men direktøren har stadig ikke forstået, hvad menneskerettigheder går ud på.
Mere HER i Sappho. Desuden link til:
Colin Powell on the Bush Administration’s Iraq War Mistakes
May 13, 2012 – Colin Powell
Chaos in Baghdad
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2002, President Bush and I met in his residence at the White House to discuss the pros and cons of the Iraq crisis. Momentum within the administration was building toward military action, and the president was increasingly inclined in that direction.
I had no doubt that our military would easily crush a smaller Iraqi army, much weakened by Desert Storm and the sanctions and other actions that came afterward. But I was concerned about the unpredictable consequences of war. According to plans being confidently put forward, Iraq was expected to somehow transform itself into a stable country with democratic leaders 90 days after we took Baghdad. I believed such hopes were unrealistic. I was sure we would be in for a longer struggle. Colin Powell reflects on lessons from the battlefield to the halls of power—including the mistakes of the Iraq War, his infamous U.N. speech, and the crimes at Abu Ghraib.
Mere HER i The Daily Beast.
Stoned to death for being an emo: NINETY Iraqi students killed for having ‘strange hair and tight clothes’
- Number of deaths could be even higher
- Cleric calls the stonings ‘an act of terrorism’
- Ministry of Interior ‘complicit’ in the killings
10 March 2012
Youngsters in Iraq are being stoned to death for having haircuts and wearing clothes that emulate the ‘emo’ style popular among western teenagers.
At least 14 youths have been killed in the capital Baghdad in the past three weeks in what appears to be a campaign by Shia militants.
Militants in Shia neighbourhoods, where the stonings have taken place, circulated lists yesterday naming more youths targeted to be killed if they do not change the way they dress.
Mere HER i The Daily Mail.
Look at the big picture on Iraqi deaths
by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi – February 27, 2012
Since the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, one of the most frequently recurring talking points has been speculation as to whether there will be a sectarian civil war in the country. Throughout this winter, the media at large and numerous analysts have been quick to note incidents of mass casualty attacks, pointing to an upsurge in fatalities, particularly in the month of January.
In addition, there has been a tendency to tie the increase in violence to the U.S. withdrawal and the subsequent political crisis that entailed the issuing of an arrest warrant against Tariq al-Hashimi, the Sunni vice-president of Iraq, on allegations of involvement in terrorism, as well as a boycott of the Iraqi parliament by the main opposition bloc al-Iraqiya, which has now decided to end its boycott.
Mere HER i Middle East Forum.
Russia Today har uploadet denne video den 4. maj 2012. Jihadister på Balkan. Vesten tier og samtykker:
Kosovo terror training camps re-open for Syrian rebels
Syrian rebels have reportedly begun to undergo guerilla warfare training in Kosovo. They’re alleged to be using the same training camps built for the anti-Serb Kosovo Liberation Army – a group previously designated as a terrorist organization by the United States and even the UN. RT talks to Srdja Trifcovich, foreign affairs editor for the US-based Chronicles magazine.
Der følger en artikel med fra Russia Today, som man kan læse her.
Christopher Caldwell anmelder to bøger. Dels “Europe’s Angry Muslims: The Revolt of the Second Generation” af Robert S. Leiken og dels “After the Fall: The End of the European Dream and the Decline of a Continent” af Walter Laqueur:
Europe’s Other Crisis
May 4, 2012 | Christopher Caldwell
In two separate incidents in March, Mohammed Merah, a French-born French citizen who thought he was waging jihad, ambushed four soldiers around Toulouse, killing three of them. A week later, he shot dead three children arriving for morning classes at a nearby Jewish school, along with a young rabbi who was father to two of them. The children were aged eight, six, and three. Merah recorded the killings on a micro-camera mounted around his neck and sent the footage to Al Jazeera, which did not air it. Shortly before he died by gunfire, Merah told the soldiers who had surrounded his apartment that he regretted not having done more of what he did.
These were crazy deeds, and one can argue about what role insanity played in them, but something else needs to be candidly acknowledged: the killer was not a lone wolf. He had a measure of community support and a great deal of family support. His brother Abdelkader professed himself “proud” of his relation to the murderer. His mother refused to convince her son to surrender to police. His father threatened to file a wrongful-death suit against the French state. The contemporary culture of politicized Islam, as deracinated Internet-surfers understand it, is what Merah believed he was fighting for. He was upset about French laws that limit the wearing of the Muslim veil among schoolgirls. Someone had whipped him into a frenzy over Israel’s occupation of the West Bank.
François Hollande er Frankrigs nye præsident. Nicolas Sarkozy har tabt. Artiklen herunder er skrevet før valget, – på trods af datoen:
The Lady with the Popular Front
France’s rightists have grown too big to ignore.
May 7, 2012 • By Christopher Caldwell
The French prefer “tenacity” to “cooperation” by a measure of 51-44 percent, according to a poll about political attitudes published this election season. By 57-41 percent they like “hard work and courage” better than “social justice and solidarity.” Such attitudes have not been widespread in France since the war. On Friday, Dominique de Villepin, the foreign minister who led France out of the Iraq war coalition in 2003, professed himself “frightened” of France’s right-wingers. As Attorney General John Mitchell said of the United States in 1970, “This country’s going so far to the right you’re not even going to recognize it.”
Mere HER i The Weekly Standard.
Andre kilder: Jyllands-Posten,