Arkiv for 14. september 2011

Caroline Glick om angrebet på Israels ambassade

Det er ikke en nationalstat, der er den store trussel imod Israel. Truslen kommer ikke fra et enkelt lands hær. Ummahens jihadister gør som EU. De har deres egen dagsorden. Deres egen forfatning. De kører deres eget løb. Grænseløse. Det har Glick ikke lige fanget:

Lessons From the Embassy Takeover

By Caroline Glick – September 13, 2011

Logo RealClearPoliticsWe are able to consider the lessons of the weekend’s mob assault on the Israeli embassy in Cairo because the six Israeli security officers who were on the brink of being slaughtered were rescued at the last moment and spirited out of the country. If the Egyptian commandos hadn’t arrived on the scene at the last moment, the situation would have been too explosive for a sober-minded assessment of the rapidly deteriorating situation with our neighbor to the south.

Any assessment of the weekend’s events must begin by recounting a few key aspects of the assault. First, this was the second mob attack on the embassy in so many weeks. During the first assault, an Egyptian rioter scaled the 20-story building where the embassy is housed, tore down the Israeli flag, and threw it to the frenzied mob below which swiftly burned it. Rather than being arrested for the crime of assaulting a foreign embassy, the rioter was embraced as a hero by Egypt’s military regime. The governor of Giza awarded him an apartment and a job.

Mere HER i RealClearPolitics. Family Security Matters her.

Video: Nigel Farage – Grækenland er ikke længere et demokrati

Men de er de øvrige EU-lande jo heller ikke. Det skal man ikke glemme. Enten gør medlemmerne som EU siger eller også gør medlemmerne som EU siger. Forskellen er ens. Fra 14. september 2011:

Nigel Farage: Greece under Commission-ECB-IMF Dictatorship

• European Parliament, Strasbourg – 14 September 2011

• Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, UKIP, Co-President of the EFD Group in the European Parliament (Europe of Freedom and Democracy)

• Debate: European Council and Commission statements – Economic crisis and the euro (in the presence of President Barroso)

- ‘Blue Card’ question by Phillippe Lamberts (Belgoium) – Greens

Opdatering den 18. september 2011 – George Soros har en artikel i The New York Review of Books:

Andre kilder: The Daily Mail,

Opdatering af kilder: BBC, BBC, The Los Angles Times, The Telegraph, The Local, Der Spiegel, Hudson New York,

Sappho om Tyrkiet, Norge og jihad

Som altid læseværdige artikler:

Logo Sappho AntiqueTyrkiets neuroser: en historie om to bogstaver

14. september 2011 – artikel af Jens Juhl Jensen

Symbolværdi spiller en kolossal rolle i tyrkisk politik. Det viser sig i forholdet til Israel og i forbuddet mod et bestemt bogstav

Mere HER i Sappho.

Norsk kommunalvalg: Medierne tabte

14. september 2011 – klumme af Hans Rustad

Valget, der fandt sted i Breiviks skygge, blev et nederlag for Fremskrittspartiet. Men den egentlige taber er medierne, mener Hans Rustad.

Mere HER i Sappho.

Villighed til vold

13. september 2011 – artikel af Kirsten Damgaard

10 år efter 11. september kan vi lægge frygten bag os, har det lydt de seneste dage. Kulturpsykolog Kirsten Damgaard mener noget andet. Læs hendes dybdeborende analyse af muslimske terrorister.

Mere HER i Sappho.

Robert Spencer om angrebet på Israels ambassade

Krig? Folkets islamiske befrielseshær imod frihed. Multinationalt jødehad. Man ser det for sig. Stormløb på Israel. Arabere, afrikanere med flere. Jihadister alle vegne fra. Million Man March. Jeg har stunder, hvor jeg tror, det er for sent at standse et nyt holocaust.

Måske man skulle sende en buket blomster til Reuters og ønske tillykke? Årtiers ensidig pressedækning systematisk gengivet verden over, har haft sin effekt i Vesten. I Østen kun overgået af imamer og koranen. 

Hvis et folkedrab har demokratisk opbakning i flere Mellemøstlige nationer, ja så er det jo da mere demokratisk end hvis hvis diktatorer havde forhindret det. Dem har Vestens politiske beslutningstagere så også været meget aktive for at få fjernet. Man er vel konsekvens-neutral, som svenskerne siger:

Dry Bones - December 1, 1977

Egypt’s Arab Spring Blossoms Into War With Israel

by Robert Spencer – September 13, 2011

Speaking about the Libyan revolution in March, Barack Obama hailed “the rights of peaceful assembly, free speech, and the ability of the Libyan people to determine their own destiny,” and also praised “the peaceful transition to democracy in both Tunisia and in Egypt.”  Now, as Egypt rushes headlong toward becoming a Sharia state and going to war with Israel, Obama is scrambling to hold at bay the forces he is largely responsible for unleashing.

After prayers in the mosques on Friday, jihad-minded Egyptians destroyed a protective wall around Israel’s embassy in Cairo and stormed the building, casting Israel’s national flag out the window, along with embassy documents.  The police stood by nonchalantly as the wall was destroyed, doing nothing to stop the thugs.  An Egyptian security official even admitted openly that “police will not do anything to the protesters, and they will be left unharmed to continue demolishing the wall.”  The thugs repaid this passive support by burning a police car near the Israeli embassy.  Egyptian military also stood by and did nothing to protect the embassy.

Mere HER hos Human Events. Opdatering – jeg har ændret dateringen nedenfor til 2011. Den oprindelige var forkert:

The Collapse of Zionism

May 29, 2011 • By Charles Krauthammer

The most improbable story of the twentieth century is the return of the Jews to sovereignty in their original homeland. The establishment of a Jewish state after two thousand years of dispersion and powerlessness is an idea that just a hundred years ago, at the founding of the Zionist movement, seemed delusional. The only thing more improbable is this: That after merely fifty years of independence, the Jews of Israel would tire of it, lose faith in the enterprise, and forfeit their redemption. As things are progressing now, the collapse of Zionism may be the story of the twenty-first century.

For the last twenty years, Israel has been in retreat. One can make reasonable strategic arguments for some or all of the specifics. But the fact of retreat is undeniable. In the south, Israel gave up Sinai, three times the size of Israel, for a cold and hostile peace with Egypt. In the north, Israel is in the midst of a retreat from Lebanon that will leave its northern cities vulnerable to terrorist attack for the first time in a quarter century.

Mere HER i The Weekly Standard.

Opdateret med Dry Bones af Yaakov Kirchen fra 1. december 1977.

Andre kilder: Foreign Policy,

Video & artikler: Bernard-Henri Lévy om 9/11 og Libyen

Lidt opsamling:

Ten Years Later

Bernard-Henri Lévy – September 11th, 2011

Ten years later, where, exactly, are we?

Al Qaeda, of course, is not entirely dead.

From the Sahel to Yemen, Nigeria to Uzbekistan and throughout the Caucasus, the metastasis of the terrorist cancer is ongoing.

The Taliban, which make up the greatest reserve army of Afghanistan, are, unfortunately, also gaining ground, thanks to the announced withdrawal of Western forces.

Mere HER i Huffington Post. Kan også læses her hos Bernard-Henri Lévy.

Victorious Return to Libya

Aug 29, 2011 – Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy returns to Libya and finds that while the land and its landmarks look familiar, everything has changed. He reports on what he saw.

Six Months Later, Tripoli

I could go through Tunisia and take the costal road.

I could return to Zintan and drive down to Jebel Nefusa via Gharyan.

Or I could fly from Benghazi to Misrata and take the route the insurgent troops opened up last Saturday, delivering the final blow General Ramadan Zarmuh had come to announce to French President Sarkozy on July 20.

I choose the third option.

Man kan også se en stump ikke-så-interessant video fra Libyen i artiklen – mere HER i The Daily Beast. Den næste artikel handler Bernard-Henri Lévy, Nicolas Sarkozy, Frankrig og Libyen:

Sarkozy’s Triumph over Gaddafi and De Gaulle

by Taylor Dinerman – September 1, 2011

Should President Obama get credit for the overthrow of Libyan Dictator Muammar Gaddafi?

The victory over Gaddafi clearly belongs foremost to the Libyans themselves. The rebels were able to organize a ramshackle but effective military machine that fought and defeated the regime’s regular army, as well as its special “regime protection” troops. So far the rebel victory is incomplete; the future of Libya is going to be messy, and probably will not result in anything Americans would recognize as democracy. But despite all the future dangers, the fall of Gaddafi’s regime is something to be celebrated.

Much of the credit should also go to the world leader who, early on, decided to bet on the rebels: France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy. After some prodding from the celebrity intellectual, Bernard Henri Levy, Sarkozy began to lobby the rest of the West, especially US President Barack Obama and a few Arab governments,against Gaddafi.

Mere HER hos Hudson New York.

Desuden denne video om Libyen. Den har ligget på  YouTube siden maj, men jeg har ikke set den før nu. Fra BBC den 16. maj 2011 – intervieweren hedder Stephen Sackur:

HARDtalk – Bernard-Henri Levy, French philosopher and journalist

Bernard-Henri Levy . Born November 5, 1948) is a French public intellectual, philosopher and journalist. Often referred to today, in France, simply as BHL. He was one of the leaders of the “Nouvelle Philosophie” (New Philosophy) movement in 1976. Discusses the current uprising in Libya

Andre kilder: Haaretz, Ennahar Online, Mondoweiss, The New English Review, Gawker, Iranian,

Norges ambivalente forhold til terror

Man undrer sig over broderfolket:

Norske bistandspenger går til å lønne terrorister

Abdallah Barghoutis bomber drepte 66 mennesker. Nå får han utbetalt 6000 kroner i måneden mens han sitter i fengsel.

Logo Banner Dagbladet

Jørgen M. Gilbrant – 4. sepember 2011

9. august 2001 gikk en mann inn i restauranten Sbarro midt i Jerusalem, bærende på en gitarkasse. I gitarkassa var det ei bombe på mellom fem og ti kilo, innpakket i nagler, skruer og bolter, for å gjøre skaden størst mulig.

Mere HER i Dagbladet.

Andre kilder: Frie Ytringer, Siste Skanse,

Tip: Tak til Asdic.

Historie: Chamberlain & Hitler

Dette ligner unægteligt noget, vi kender fra vores samtid:

Chamberlain’s secret bid to reach a deal with Hitler, revealed in newly released documents

By Abul Taher on 4th September 2011

Logo Daily Mail Online

British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain held secret talks with Hitler’s henchmen to work out ways of making the Nazis look more sympathetic to ordinary Britons, classified documents released last week reveal.

The cloak-and-dagger meetings in London came shortly after Chamberlain signed his disastrous appeasement deal with Hitler in Munich in September 1938, declaring ‘peace for our time’ on his return to Britain.

The meetings were held without the knowledge of the Cabinet and Foreign Office. Foreign Secretary Lord Halifax only learned of them later because of an MI5 mole in the German embassy.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail (Fremhævet tekst: Veritas Universalis).

Video: Nigel Farage, Barry Madlener, Timo Soini fra True Finns

Fra UKIPs konference den 9. september 2011. Timo Soini’s gæstetale:

Timo Soini

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage delivers his keynote address to the UKIP 2011 Annual Conference in Eastbourne, September 9, 2011

Nigel Farage’s tale:

Weapons of mass deception

How British politicians broke Britain

Barry Madlener kommer fra Geert Wilders Frihedsparti. De har vist samme taleskriver:

Going Dutch


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