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  • The ‘Religion of Peace’

    by coldwarrior ( 72 Comments › )
    Filed under Islam, Open thread at September 11th, 2017 - 12:29 am

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    1. 1 | September 11, 2017 7:12 am

      #IslamDelendaEst #LV426


    2. 2 | September 11, 2017 8:45 am

      The greatest crime ever perpetrated against the people of earth (And America in specific) was when George the ballless wonder Bush failed to nuke Mecca, Medina and Qom on Sept 12th 2001


    3. 3 | September 11, 2017 10:05 am

      Flyboy was at some event a couple weeks ago and there was a magnificent truck that is covered with hand-painted scenes of 9/11. He said he was glad I wasn’t there.

      “All she’d be doing the rest of the afternoon would be staring at that truck and crying her eyes out.”

      NEVER FORGET. We never will. Even if the liberals have.


    4. eaglesoars
      4 | September 11, 2017 10:25 am

      I figured there was a reason Chaffetz left. The Mormon Mafia.

      Senator Mitt Romney?

      The former Republican presidential nominee, and leading critic of Donald Trump, is exploring a 2018 bid in Utah.


    5. eaglesoars
      5 | September 11, 2017 10:28 am

      @ eaglesoars:

      oh, now it’s only if Orin Hatch retires? Ah, ok, Chaffetz is on the House side, my mistake


    6. eaglesoars
      6 | September 11, 2017 10:35 am

      China seems to be picking up the pace in smacking the Norks.

      In what may be a major breakthrough in the diplomatic and political stalemate over North Korea if confirmed officially, Japan’s Kyodo newspaper reported overnight that Chinese state banks have started suspending transactions through accounts held by North Koreans, making it nearly impossible to do business between the two countries. Furthermore, Kyodo News has confirmed that branch offices of at least three major state banks – the Bank of China, China Construction Bank and Agricultural Bank of China – in the northeastern border city of Yanji have also banned North Koreans from opening accounts.

      The Chinese banks have yet to freeze the accounts, meaning that North Koreans can still withdraw money from them – similar to bitcoins held in Chinese exchanges – but they are now prevented from making deposits or remittances, according to the sources quoted by Kyodo.


    7. eaglesoars
      7 | September 11, 2017 10:43 am

      There are a lot of stories from that day 16 yrs ago, and this is one that shouldn’t be forgotten

      Her plane had no ammo

      She had her hand on the throttle of an F-16 and she had her orders: Bring down United Airlines Flight 93. The day’s fourth hijacked airliner seemed to be hurtling toward Washington. Penney, one of the first two combat pilots in the air that morning, was told to stop it.

      The one thing she didn’t have as she roared into the crystalline sky was live ammunition. Or missiles. Or anything at all to throw at a hostile aircraft.

      Except her own plane. So that was the plan.

      Chicks without guns.


    8. 8 | September 11, 2017 2:29 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      Lack of ammo aside, I cannot imagine the mental torture that would go through a fighter pilot’s mind being asked to shoot down and destroy a commercial jet filled with innocent civilian lives, even if it was at that moment a hostile “missile” headed for a target.

      The Troofers are all over Twitter today, so I think I’ll not go there and end up with suppressed rage most of the day. However, one loving soul did post the Budweiser Clydesdales Tribute to 9/11 that aired only once.* And if that doesn’t water up your eyes, you have no soul.

      *I somehow was under the impression they also aired it during the 10th anniversary of 9/11 which fell on a Sunday.


    9. 9 | September 11, 2017 4:53 pm

      I realize Rush Limbaugh has a policy of not letting the media get under his skin, and I haven’t heard his show yet today (I listen to it on the way home), but the smears and falsehoods regarding his statements on Hurricane Irma lead to to almost want to BEG him to get lawyers involved and see how fast the dirtbag press backs down.

      I listened to those shows last week. NONE of what they are saying is even remotely true.


    10. coldwarrior
      10 | September 11, 2017 5:48 pm

      @ Deplorable Barbarian:
      they are trying to intimidate his advertisers


    11. coldwarrior
      11 | September 11, 2017 5:53 pm

      doriangrey wrote:

      The greatest crime ever perpetrated against the people of earth (And America in specific) was when George the ballless wonder Bush failed to nuke Mecca, Medina and Qom on Sept 12th 2001

      instead, his saudi masters had him take out their adversary iraq (soo many christians now dead because of that, never bothered ole W and his chickenhawk neo-con bastards). and we got the horrible patriot act to take away even more liberties.


    12. Aussie Infidel
      12 | September 11, 2017 6:17 pm

      doriangrey wrote:

      The greatest crime ever perpetrated against the people of earth (And America in specific) was when George the ballless wonder Bush failed to nuke Mecca, Medina and Qom on Sept 12th 2001

      It never had a chance. The Bush family had too many $$$$$ invested in the Saudi regime and those same Saudis had the Bushites by the balls.

      Just look at the way the Bushites spirited their Saudi friends out of the country after the fact!


    13. Aussie Infidel
      13 | September 11, 2017 6:27 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      China seems to be picking up the pace in smacking the Norks.

      In what may be a major breakthrough in the diplomatic and political stalemate over North Korea if confirmed officially, Japan’s Kyodo newspaper reported overnight that Chinese state banks have started suspending transactions through accounts held by North Koreans, making it nearly impossible to do business between the two countries. Furthermore, Kyodo News has confirmed that branch offices of at least three major state banks – the Bank of China, China Construction Bank and Agricultural Bank of China – in the northeastern border city of Yanji have also banned North Koreans from opening accounts.

      The Chinese banks have yet to freeze the accounts, meaning that North Koreans can still withdraw money from them – similar to bitcoins held in Chinese exchanges – but they are now prevented from making deposits or remittances, according to the sources quoted by Kyodo.

      Just the usual smoke and mirrors by the Chinese. President Xi has a load of political capital invested in destabilising the US and the NORKs are his ace in the hole.

      I just want to know why the US is not beating the bushes to find who in the Ukrainian government allowed the Ukies to ship a Ukrainian company’s ICBM engines to the NORKs. Without doubt the said company will claim that they knew nothing about it. That is pure BS. These guys would sell their grandmothers on discount if they could.

      The NORKs were only just getting their foot on the first wrung of IRBMs and suddenly they test an ICBM ! Seriously? They even has Ukie engineers installing them in their ICBM missiles.

      THAT is the elephant in the room. How in hell do you think all of the strategic pundits were wrong footed by the NORKs rapid advancement in ICBM technologies?

      Geez there are some really stupid folks about. My only question is who in the US swamp is profiting from the sale of Ukie ICBM engines to the NORKs?

      SPIT !


    14. Aussie Infidel
      14 | September 11, 2017 6:29 pm

      wrung = rung

      🙂


    15. 15 | September 11, 2017 6:56 pm

      Charles “NoBucksChuck” Johnson is having is ASS handed to him today on Twitter, thanks to Twitchy finally giving him the attention he craved:

      https://twitchy.com/sd-3133/2017/09/11/this-is-sick-sht-charles-johnsons-911-take-may-be-the-worst-yet/


    16. 16 | September 11, 2017 7:03 pm

      @ coldwarrior:

      I remember they did that after the Sandra Fluke debacle. But the supreme irony was that there were plenty of advertisers who WANTED to buy space on his radio show that were prohibited because he was LOYAL to his old advertisers. When Sleep Train and Sleep Number made a big show of leaving, he waved bye bye (and Sleep Train had been with him since the beginning in Sacramento) and filled their slots with other advertisers.

      Of course, the dumbasses figured out after 6 months that not only did they alienate the RUSH listeners, but the libs they caved to weren’t taking up the slack and making purchases. Sleep Train called up Rush and said “hey, we’re sorry we should never have pulled our advertising, we’d like to come back.” His response was “sorry, I don’t have room for you. Maybe if one of them drops out.”

      And I purchased a TempurPedic rather than a Sleep Number when I went to spend a king’s ransom on a bed.


    17. RIX
      17 | September 11, 2017 7:32 pm

      Deplorable Barbarian wrote:

      Charles “NoBucksChuck” Johnson is having is ASS handed to him today on Twitter, thanks to Twitchy finally giving him the attention he craved:

      https://twitchy.com/sd-3133/2017/09/11/this-is-sick-sht-charles-johnsons-911-take-may-be-the-worst-yet/

      And I thought that Charles Foster Johnson could not sink any lower. I would describe him as a despicable
      A-Hole only because I can’t think of a better description. Charles Don’t ban me!


    18. RIX
      18 | September 11, 2017 7:41 pm

      @ coldwarrior:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_ZoroJdVnA
      Six days after 9/11 Bush assured everybody that “islam is peace”. Actually Islam means submission , but never mind.
      You’re right about his attack on Iraq, the Saudis wanted it.


    19. 19 | September 11, 2017 7:48 pm

      @ Deplorable Barbarian:

      One day, that Corpulent Педик will finally shut up….


    20. 20 | September 11, 2017 8:56 pm

      @ Deplorable Macker:
      You really believe that?


    21. AZfederalist
      21 | September 11, 2017 9:08 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      we got the horrible patriot act to take away even more liberties.

      … and we got the TSA. So there is that.

      /s


    22. eaglesoars
      22 | September 11, 2017 9:41 pm

      Lyin Ryan is at it again.

      Ryan Blocking Concealed Carry Reciprocity, Congressman Tells Armed American Radio

      “the timing isn’t right”

      Say that to Steve Scalise’s face


    23. eaglesoars
      23 | September 11, 2017 9:48 pm

      Aussie Infidel wrote:

      How in hell do you think all of the strategic pundits were wrong footed by the NORKs rapid advancement in ICBM technologies?

      two issues here:

      our ‘intelligence’ isn’t worth the powder to blow it to hell

      you’re assuming IF we knew we would have stopped it. We knew for years the Germans were selling Seiman’s tech to the Iranians for their testing and as far as I can tell, we never exacted any price from them for it. Of course I realize that a lot of this stuff goes on behind the scenes and maybe the Germans did suffer somehow is ways that won’t be known – or maybe they let us embed some malware in the things, who knows.


    24. AZfederalist
      24 | September 11, 2017 9:49 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Ryan Blocking Concealed Carry Reciprocity, Congressman Tells Armed American Radio

      “the timing isn’t right”

      Yeah, yeah, the timing isn’t right. The timing is never right for conservative constitutional causes. We’ve been hearing this from these yahoos since they forced Newt out of the speakership.

      The timing isn’t right
      This isn’t the hill to die on
      We aren’t going to fight this one, but when the next one comes up, Hail Columbia! We’ll really take it to them then!

      Really looking forward to primary season next year. I don’t want to “punish” them by letting the democrat win or supporting the democrat — they’d like that. No, I want a republican to win, but I want it to be a republican who defeated the incumbent in the primary.


    25. lobo91
      25 | September 11, 2017 9:54 pm

      @ AZfederalist:

      When is the timing better than right after a socialist nutcase tries to assassinate a member of the House leadership?


    26. eaglesoars
      26 | September 11, 2017 9:57 pm

      This is interesting. years ago there were indications that the grandchildren cohort of lab rats treated with birth control hormones exhibited a higher percentage of homosexual behavior


    27. Canoe Convoy
      27 | September 11, 2017 10:25 pm

      @ doriangrey:
      Agreed.


    28. eaglesoars
      28 | September 11, 2017 10:50 pm

      @ AZfederalist:

      I believe Ryan is being primaried by the same guy who primaried him last time – I forget his name – Nehlan? something like that?

      The NRA should start giving him boucoup bucks.


    29. eaglesoars
      29 | September 11, 2017 10:57 pm

      AZfederalist wrote:

      We’ve been hearing this from these yahoos since they forced Newt out of the speakership.

      oh that’s another thing. I heard a defense Newt gave of Ryan today that made me want to smack him. “brillian, great leader, true GOP” blah blah blah.

      I know insulting my intelligence isn’t all that easy but Newt managed.

      bed time. nite.


    30. eaglesoars
      30 | September 11, 2017 11:16 pm

      OH WAIT!! You heard about that ‘civil rights’ lawyer that ‘would be ok with it’ if Betsy DeVos was sexually assaulted? Yeah, he tweeted it, thought it would make him look like a real feminist or something.

      Rob Ranco has been fired by his law firm

      There are a lot of really dumb smart people around.


    31. Aussie Infidel
      31 | September 12, 2017 12:43 am

      RIX wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_ZoroJdVnA
      Six days after 9/11 Bush assured everybody that “islam is peace”. Actually Islam means submission , but never mind.
      You’re right about his attack on Iraq, the Saudis wanted it.

      Enough said !

      http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/09/saudi-arabia-terrorism-funding-214241


    32. Aussie Infidel
      32 | September 12, 2017 1:44 am

      Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a “dry run” for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim that employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters.
      Two years before the airliner attacks, the Saudi Embassy paid for two Saudi nationals, living undercover in the US as students, to fly from Phoenix to Washington “in a dry run for the 9/11 attacks,” alleges the amended complaint filed on behalf of the families of some 1,400 victims who died in the terrorist attacks 16 years ago.
      The court filing provides new details that paint “a pattern of both financial and operational support” for the 9/11 conspiracy from official Saudi sources, lawyers for the plaintiffs say. In fact, the Saudi government may have been involved in underwriting the attacks from the earliest stages — including testing cockpit security.
      “We’ve long asserted that there were longstanding and close relationships between al Qaeda and the religious components of the Saudi government,” said Sean Carter, the lead attorney for the 9/11 plaintiffs. “This is further evidence of that.”
      Lawyers representing Saudi Arabia last month filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, which may finally be headed toward trial now that Congress has cleared diplomatic-immunity hurdles. A Manhattan federal judge has asked the 9/11 plaintiffs, represented by lead law firm Cozen O’Connor, to respond to the motion by November.
      Citing FBI documents, the complaint alleges that the Saudi students — Mohammed al-Qudhaeein and Hamdan al-Shalawi — were in fact members of “the Kingdom’s network of agents in the US,” and participated in the terrorist conspiracy.
      They had trained at al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan at the same time some of the hijackers were there. And while living in Arizona, they had regular contacts with a Saudi hijacker pilot and a senior al Qaeda leader from Saudi now incarcerated at Gitmo. At least one tried to re-enter the US a month before the attacks as a possible muscle hijacker but was denied admission because he appeared on a terrorist watch list.
      Qudhaeein and Shalawi both worked for and received money from the Saudi government, with Qudhaeein employed at the Ministry of Islamic Affairs. Shalawi was also “a longtime employee of the Saudi government.” The pair were in “frequent contact” with Saudi officials while in the US, according to the filings.
      During a November 1999 America West flight to Washington, Qudhaeein and Shalawi are reported to have tried multiple times to gain access to the cockpit of the plane in an attempt to test flight-deck security in advance of the hijackings.

      “After they boarded the plane in Phoenix, they began asking the flight attendants technical questions about the flight that the flight attendants found suspicious,” according to a summary of the FBI case files.
      “When the plane was in flight, al-Qudhaeein asked where the bathroom was; one of the flight attendants pointed him to the back of the plane,” it added. “Nevertheless, al-Qudhaeein went to the front of the plane and attempted on two occasions to enter the cockpit.”
      The pilots were so spooked by the Saudi passengers and their aggressive behavior that they made an emergency landing in Ohio. On the ground there, police handcuffed them and took them into custody. Though the FBI later questioned them, it decided not to pursue prosecution.
      But after the FBI discovered that a suspect in a counterterrorism investigation in Phoenix was driving Shalawi’s car, the bureau opened a counterterrorism case on Shalawi. Then, in November 2000, the FBI received reporting that Shalawi trained at terrorist camps in Afghanistan and had received explosives training to perform attacks on American targets. The bureau also suspected Qudhaeein was a Saudi intelligence agent, based on his frequent contact with Saudi officials.
      More, investigators learned that the two Saudis traveled to Washington to attend a symposium hosted by the Saudi Embassy in collaboration with the Institute for Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America, which was chaired by the Saudi ambassador. Before being shut down for terrorist ties, IIASA employed the late al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki as a lecturer. Awlaki ministered to some of the hijackers and helped them obtain housing and IDs.
      The FBI also confirmed that Qudhaeein’s and Shalawi’s airline tickets for the pre-9/11 dry run were paid for by the Saudi Embassy.
      “The dry run reveals more of the fingerprints of the Saudi government,” said Kristen Breitweiser, one of the New York plaintiffs, whose husband perished at the World Trade Center.
      “These guys were Saudi government employees for years and were paid by the Saudi government,” she added. “In fact, the Saudi Embassy paid for their plane tickets for the dry run.”
      After the Nov. 19, 1999, incident — which took place less than two months before the first hijackers entered the US — both Saudi men held posts as Saudi government employees at the Imam Muhammad Ibn Saudi Islamic University, the parent of IIASA — “a further indication of their longstanding ties to the Saudi government,” the 9/11 complaint states.
      Carter said in an interview that the allegations that the Saudi Embassy sponsored a pre-9/11 dry run — along with charges of other Saudi involvement in the 9/11 plot, from California to Florida — are based on “nearly 5,000 pages of evidence submitted of record and incorporated by reference into the complaint.”
      They include “every FBI report that we have been able to obtain,” though hundreds of thousands of pages of government documents related to Saudi terror funding remain secret.
      Attempts to reach lawyers representing the Saudi government by phone and email were unsuccessful. However, in last month’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, they argued that the plaintiffs cannot prove the kingdom or its employees directly supported the hijackers.
      Paul Sperry is a former Hoover Institution media fellow and author


    33. 33 | September 12, 2017 8:35 am

      @ Aussie Infidel:

      Which would go a long way towards explaining why the Saudi’s were so frightened after the attack that they insisted on fleeing America.

      While I do not believe that Bush was part of, or in any way shape of form involved with 9/11. I do believe that he believed and trusted the Saudi’s when they claimed that they were not involved.

      I personally believe that no non Muslim can or ever should trust a Muslim. I have actually read the Quran as well as any of the Sura and Hadith. They are quiet clear. Muslims are under ZERO moral or ethical constraint to deal honestly with infidels and conversely are required to employ any means necessary to affect their conversion to Islam. Any means necessary most assuredly includes fear, intimidation and violence.

      In short, lie to them, deceive them, do whatever is required to gain their trust until you are in a position to conquer them and force their submission to Islam. This is the lesson of Mohammad’s time in Medina and the entire point behind the Islamic theological construct of Abrogation. Lie to the infidels, tell them you are peaceful until you have the strategic capacity to conquer them.

      I am not going to go into whether Mohammad was a real person or not. Having pieced together the Arabic story of his life, I am inclined to believe that he was. According to the story as I was able to piece it together, Mohammad was born into the lowest class of the Bedouin cast system. His father was a caravan dung collector. That was the only legitimate career that Mohammad had.

      Somewhere around the age of 18 to 25 or so, Mohammad poisoned the caravan owner and blackmailed his widow into marrying him. Owing to the fact that Mohammad was illiterate and uneducated it only took him a few year to financially ruin the caravan. Though illiterate and uneducated Mohammad was reputed to be extremely charismatic, and extremely ruthless.

      After ruining the caravan due to having no idea how to run a business, Mohammad and those remaining members of the caravan loyal to him took up caravan robbing. Their primary method of doing so, was by stealth infiltration of the target caravan, then leading said caravan into a night ambush where upon they slaughtered the entire caravan.

      When the other caravan owners finally had enough of Mohammad and his “40 Thieves” they used dogs to track him down in the hills outside of Medina. This is where Mohammad came upon the idea of feigning madness. The Bedouins had a long standing and well known fear of insane people. Mohammad threw himself to the ground and began “foaming at the mouth”. Shortly thereafter he proclaimed that Allah had spoken to him causing the “Fit” and he became a religious figure.

      His attempts in Medina to convince the Jewish and Christian populations that he was a prophet sent from god utterly failed due entirely to the fact, that once again being illiterate and uneducated he did not know the religious theology of either religion. All he knew was the little snips and pieces he had heard growing up tending camp fires at night for the Jewish and Christian merchants traveling in the Caravan his father, and later himself worked for.

      This version of events as I have pieced it together goes a very long way to explaining Islamic Theology and actual practices. The Bedouin culture from which Mohammad arose was (and still remains) a highly tribalistic culture. Consistent with that culture is the concept that morality and ethics only exist between bloodline members of the same tribe. Agreements with anyone outside of your tribal bloodline are only honored as long as they are profitable to you or your tribe. There is no third party arbitrary justice system. Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth and blood for blood. The public appearance of honor is more important than honor itself.

      All of these things point to Allah being such an impotent god, that the only way his will can be done, is by the violent actions of his followers. Followers who are free to decide what Allah’s will is and then act on their own to achieve that supposed will.

      In short, Islam is nothing more than a fantasy story giving license to Ali Baba and the 40 thieves to rob, plunder, rape and murder to their hearts content.


    34. RIX
      34 | September 12, 2017 9:19 am

      https://www.weaselzippers.us/356660-little-green-footballs-founder-election-of-donald-trump-equally-disastrous-as-911-attacks/
      @ WZ
      Deplorable Barbarian reposted Charles idiotic comment and reaction from Twitchy.
      He also made Weasel Zippers. As an attention whore Charles is probably enjoying this.
      He shouldn’t , but he craves attention.


    35. rain of lead
      35 | September 12, 2017 9:23 am

      hey y’all


    36. 36 | September 12, 2017 12:28 pm

      @ RIX:
      He’s getting crazier. Bring out the butterfly net and the jacket with wraparound sleeves.


    37. RIX
      37 | September 12, 2017 12:39 pm

      @ right_wing2:
      Oh yeah, he has reached raving loon status


    38. eaglesoars
      38 | September 12, 2017 1:19 pm

      ok who is Rush going on about? somebody in baseball gave a monologue about growing up a minority in baja or something? apparently thought he is the new mexican malcolm x and got smacked down for something or other. I dunno


    39. 39 | September 12, 2017 1:32 pm

      RIX wrote:

      https://www.weaselzippers.us/356660-little-green-footballs-founder-election-of-donald-trump-equally-disastrous-as-911-attacks/
      @ WZ
      Deplorable Barbarian reposted Charles idiotic comment and reaction from Twitchy.
      He also made Weasel Zippers. As an attention whore Charles is probably enjoying this.
      He shouldn’t , but he craves attention.

      Oh.My.God. He is getting smacked around by so bad, he’s probably physically feeling it in California. EVERYONE who he blocked and banned over the years of any import at LGF is coming on that thread to kick his ass. He now claims – get this – that he had family that “narrowly escaped being in the Twin Towers that day.”

      Yeah, and I’m sure “some of his best friends are Black.”


    40. eaglesoars
      40 | September 12, 2017 1:43 pm

      Eric and Lara Trump have a baby boy. Luke.

      I like her because she’s a beagle mom and does beagle rescue

      @ Deplorable Barbarian:

      life is a lot better on so many levels if you just ignore him. somehow he’s still stuck in high school clique crap.


    41. eaglesoars
      41 | September 12, 2017 1:46 pm

      Newt Gingrich live at 1:45 pm. Get your questions in.


    42. eaglesoars
      42 | September 12, 2017 3:02 pm

      I can’t even call this an intelligence failure. This is treason

      ‘KNOWN WOLF’ TERROR SCANDAL: CIA Knew About 9-11 Hijackers, Didn’t Provide Intel to FBI

      this will make you physically ill. Forget jail. Try gas chamber.


    43. RIX
      44 | September 12, 2017 4:11 pm

      @ Deplorable Barbarian:
      Oh.My.God. He is getting smacked around by so bad, he’s probably physically feeling it in California. EVERYONE who he blocked and banned over the years of any import at LGF is coming on that thread to kick his ass. He now claims – get this – that he had family that “narrowly escaped being in the Twin Towers that day.”

      Yeah, and I’m sure “some of his best friends are Black.”

      Charles has cut a wide swath screwing over a ton of people.
      Poor Sharmuta would have opened a vein for him. So he sics that Ice Weasel creature on her to drive her out.


    44. 45 | September 12, 2017 4:26 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      I can’t even call this an intelligence failure. This is treason

      ‘KNOWN WOLF’ TERROR SCANDAL: CIA Knew About 9-11 Hijackers, Didn’t Provide Intel to FBI

      this will make you physically ill. Forget jail. Try gas chamber.

      Due to the Gorelick Wall? Nothing made me angrier than seeing that Disgusting Harpy sitting ON the 9/11 Commission. She should have had her ass dragged in front of it and grilled as a witness.


    45. eaglesoars
      46 | September 12, 2017 4:28 pm

      RIX wrote:

      Here is another glitch.

      yeah, when Russia tells you they’re bad guys and you can’t find the evidence you might want to reconsider exactly where you’re looking for it.

      what ever happened to Ice Weasel and that guy she supposedly married?


    46. eaglesoars
      47 | September 12, 2017 5:44 pm

      what am I missing? There was some guy from Naples just on Fox who did not evac complaining that they have no elec or water and no one has come to help.

      Were they not told to evac? And if they chose not to evac they didn’t get water and food? I’m confused………..


    47. coldwarrior
      48 | September 12, 2017 6:16 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      we get in darmwin’s way entirely too often.

      no one is responsible anymore.


    48. Deplorable Bumr50
      49 | September 12, 2017 6:18 pm

      Democrats give away the Rust Belt by alienating Catholics

      by Salena Zito

      OHIO VALLEY — A clip of Martha Plimpton’s exuberance over the “best” abortion she ever had played out on the television overhead of a gas-station counter somewhere along U.S. Route 422 between Ohio and Pennsylvania.

      A woman with a name tag noting her as the manager rolled her eyes and said to no one in particular as she went about stacking the shelves behind the counter, “And they wonder why people don’t vote for Democrats around here anymore.”

      Plimpton, 46, is best known for her role in the 1980’s Steven Spielberg classic kid adventure movie “The Goonies.” She made her remark in an interview with Dr. Willie Parker at a #ShoutYourAbortion event in Seattle in June.

      After saying Seattle was the home of some of her family, she went on to cheer what she did in her teens: “I also had my first abortion at the Seattle Planned Parenthood. Yay!”

      With equal exuberance, she also revealed her Seattle abortion wasn’t her last.

      Actions like Plimpton’s do not help the Democratic cause in achieving power and influence back in Washington, D.C. At least not with Main Street voters. Nor does it help Democrats win local races.

      “Democrats used to debate the legal right to have one, and that was a point of view that was shared by most voters,” said Michael Wear, a theologically conservative evangelical Christian and Democrat who served in Barack Obama’s faith outreach office in the White House.

      “I don’t understand why, 14 months before a midterm election, why would you push 20 percent of voters who would love to support Democrats out the door? Better yet, why would you speak of pro-life Democrats as though they were some extraterrestrial who just landed on earth?” he said.

      It is rare that anyone who has had an abortion celebrates it — Plimpton seems to fail to understand few in this country do. Maybe the privileged class celebrates abortions? Even if they did, that won’t help the Democratic Party win back voters. Or is it the intellectual class that celebrates them? Even if they did, that doesn’t win back majorities either. Or maybe it’s the celebrity class that does? If so, there’s not enough of them to win back the House or Senate.

      In short, this is not the message you want to win every down-ballot seat the party has let waste away under the thrust of identity politics.

      It is not that voters like Republican candidates — it’s just that they just dislike Democrats more.

      The face of the Democratic Party has increasingly become the face of celebrity, scold, and entitlement. The people they used to attract to their “stand for the working class” creed have faded from their reach; they have lost touch with their needs and values and they certainly have lost touch with any type of meaningful message.

      They do not celebrate hard work, they demand supporters are pro-abortion, expect them to be agnostic and also expect them to stand for their multitude of identity politics. Instead of bringing people together and being part of a greater political party, division is the only way forward.

      “We have seen a tendency in some part of the progressive coalition to react to Republican extremism by becoming extreme in our own voices,” Wear said. “Well, that’s not helpful.”

      The argument that Democrats aren’t forceful enough in their progressiveness is the Democrats’ weakness, Wear said. He remains hopeful things will change, “They have to or we won’t win.”

      Last week during a confirmation hearing for Amy Coney Barrett, a nominee for the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, Dianne Feinstein, the Democratic U.S. senator from California, attacked Barrett for her Roman Catholic faith.

      The Notre Dame Law professor was confronted by Feinstein for some of the materials Barrett used for her writings about the role of religion in public life as well as academic lectures she delivered to Christian legal groups.

      In short, Feinstein asserted Barrett’s religious views would prevent her from judging fairly.

      “When you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you,” Feinstein said. “And that’s of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for, for years in this country.”

      Wear cringes at Feinstein’s anti-Catholic remarks and line of questioning, as well as Sen. Dick Durbin, who asked during the same confirmation hearing if Barrett was an ‘orthodox Catholic.’

      “This is just wrong and it doesn’t just hurt and target people of faith, it hurts good Democrat candidates like Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, or Joe Donnelly of Indiana who take their faith seriously.

      “I know both men along with other Democrats running for office will be asked during the upcoming midterms to disavow Feinstein and Durbin’s attitudes and line of questioning. It’s a mark against them and the party to be put in this position.”

      Here in the Ohio Valley down-ballot Democrats have lost their seats in spades; on both the Pennsylvania and state sides, from state legislator to state senator to Congress and the presidency, the voters began peeling away from the left since Al Gore in 2000.

      A nationwide exit polling data shows Trump won Catholics by 52 percent to 45 percent over Hillary Clinton. A huge swing from the past two elections for Barack Obama when Catholics voted for him by margins of 9 points in 2008 and 2 points in 2012.

      Why is that important? Well, in states like Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and all through the Midwest ,the Catholic vote is a very important voting bloc no matter what you are running for — and that includes running to retake the majority in 2018.

      The last thing Democrats should be doing is to purposefully stiff-arm people we are going to need to win. “If we have one chance to turn to take back Congress, this strategy is not going to it,” Wear said.

      http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/democrats-give-away-the-rust-belt-by-alienating-catholics/article/2633808


    49. eaglesoars
      50 | September 12, 2017 6:34 pm

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:

      Zito is superb but the deeper story is not her bailiwick.

      What did feinstein know and when did she know it?

      who was feinstein talking to and why? she knows perfectly well it’s going nowhere in the venue of that nomination so what was the point?

      this is the tip of an iceberg that may be exposed only later in another context but it was a real red flag for me.

      heads up


    50. eaglesoars
      51 | September 12, 2017 6:39 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      @ eaglesoars:

      we get in darmwin’s way entirely too often.

      no one is responsible anymore.

      this guy didn’t LOOK like a wimp. wifebeater t-shirt, bald head, mid-thirties, well muscled, you could imagine him on a Harley, I probably missed some tats. And he was whining. I could point and laugh


    51. 52 | September 12, 2017 8:19 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      ok who is Rush going on about? somebody in baseball gave a monologue about growing up a minority in baja or something? apparently thought he is the new mexican malcolm x and got smacked down for something or other. I dunno

      I’ll listen to his podcast on the way home tonight. I know he was talking about Serfio Dipp – sideline reporter at CNN who was on a wierd slope last night (I didn’t watch the Saints game).


    52. eaglesoars
      53 | September 12, 2017 8:53 pm

      Deplorable Barbarian wrote:

      Serfio Dipp

      ah, I did pick up that name. Is he Mexican? I turned Levin off tonite. He spent a full 20 mins talking about himself – as did Rush the other day – and I’m getting tired of it.

      I don’t recall marrying either one of them, which is the only circumstance I know of that requires me to listen to a man talk about himself.


    53. AZfederalist
      54 | September 12, 2017 9:47 pm

      lobo91 wrote:

      @ AZfederalist:

      When is the timing better than right after a socialist nutcase tries to assassinate a member of the House leadership?

      You’d think that would have been full of opportunity after that, wouldn’t you? It’s not like the dems don’t use events like that for political purposes, so the precedent is already set.


    54. AZfederalist
      55 | September 12, 2017 9:56 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      oh that’s another thing. I heard a defense Newt gave of Ryan today that made me want to smack him. “brillian, great leader, true GOP” blah blah blah.

      Read that again. “brilliant, great leader, true GOP” How many people in the US really, really like the GOP? Show of hands? Yeah, that was damning with faint praise.


    55. 56 | September 12, 2017 10:05 pm

      @ RIX:

      Thank you for sharing that link. I went and threw in my $0.02!


    56. Deplorable Bumr50
      57 | September 12, 2017 10:17 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      I can’t listen to Levin. I can at least listen to Rush.

      Rush’s Apple sh*t is getting really old, though.

      I work for an Apple contractor.

      They are HORRIBLE to work for. HORRIBLE. I’ll write HORRIBLE again to drive the point home.

      Agreed upon dates mean nothing to them. What Apple wants, Apple gets. And they want. And want. And have no qualms with sending personnel to make sure what they want, on a whim, happens. Or else.


    57. Deplorable Bumr50
      58 | September 12, 2017 10:19 pm

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:

      Oh, and I wouldn’t write that just anywhere on the internet. Seriously.


    58. eaglesoars
      59 | September 12, 2017 10:22 pm

      I don’t know where to start.

      ok. The dumbest person in any admin to date, Elaine Chao, who was appointed as Sec of Trans by Trump as a gift to her husband McConnell, is going to participate in a roundtable discussion about “Choosing a Future of Quality Jobs” hosted by former VP Joe Biden.

      At the Biden Institute.

      Forget everything else – there’s a BIDEN INSTITUTE? A BIDEN INSTITUTE??


    59. AZfederalist
      60 | September 12, 2017 10:24 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Forget everything else – there’s a BIDEN INSTITUTE? A BIDEN INSTITUTE??

      Is that an insane asylum?


    60. Calo
      61 | September 12, 2017 10:25 pm

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:
      Is Apple manufacturing the X n the US or just bits and pieces of it?


    61. Calo
      62 | September 12, 2017 10:26 pm

      @ AZfederalist:
      Lol. Can’t argue with you on that point.


    62. eaglesoars
      63 | September 12, 2017 10:28 pm

      Deplorable Bumr50 wrote:

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:

      Oh, and I wouldn’t write that just anywhere on the internet. Seriously.

      you know what? you’ve given me something to think about. Not about writing something on t he internet. about Apple and Rush. hmmmmmm…..

      not least of all because I’m reading about China/Japan/US. And there have been LOTS of stories about Apple and China.

      And in the mix in my head that is not soup yet is this little tidbit about Amazon…they beat IBM for the CIA contract to develop the cloud.

      And Google thinks they can censor.

      ok, bedtime.


    63. eaglesoars
      64 | September 12, 2017 10:32 pm

      AZfederalist wrote:

      Is that an insane asylum?

      if I had the time, I’d research the donor list/Board of Directors. Also, inquiring minds want to know – is there a swimming pool? Because when Joe was VP he liked to walk around in the buff and the Secret Service had to come up with a code to warn the females on his detail.

      COBRA! COBRA! COBRA!

      I think I’ll just leave that here


    64. 65 | September 12, 2017 10:44 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      I hate to think when Обама or Mooochelle did the same. Or when Reggie Love came calling….


    65. Calo
      66 | September 12, 2017 10:50 pm

      @ eaglesoars:
      I just can’t imagine Biden’s man parts are cobra sized and a thrill to anything other than little old ladies in the Villages of Florida, if they can drag him out f the river.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NmRXH7RkCZQ


    66. Deplorable Bumr50
      67 | September 12, 2017 11:05 pm

      @ Calo:

      Not sure. We’re building their stores. The new iteration is quartz, as opposed to stainless steel. We are doing all of their inside structure.

      I’ve learned to seam quartz corners so if they piss me off enough I cna go do custom countertops…

      Anything you see in an Apple store, my company made. Down to the logos and shelves.


    67. Calo
      68 | September 12, 2017 11:34 pm

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:
      Somebody at Apple is watching too much HGTV. If those quartz counters have a subway backsplash, my point is proved.

      However, stores change their hardscape about every 5 years to keep up with designer trends. What was in a few years ago, in the way of industrial modern, has given away to comfort hardscapes that the average consumer is comfortable browsing around in.

      It’s a way to keep the economy rolling.


    68. eaglesoars
      69 | September 12, 2017 11:53 pm

      this is worth watching.

      Peru just kicked out the NORK ambassador

      LIMA (Reuters) – North Korea’s ambassador to Peru said Tuesday that Lima’s decision to expel him was akin to “throwing gasoline on the fire” on the dispute over Pyongyang’s nuclear tests that it would continue to pursue “without wavering.”

      This is Catholic South America where the Marxist Pope has considerable influence. Russia has been cultivating the place for quite awhile, I don’t know about any political investment China may have made.


    69. Aussie Infidel
      70 | September 13, 2017 12:28 am

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:
      Never EVER distract an enemy when they are in the midst of making an error.

      The Dems are choking on their hubris and actually believe that to rectify their serious problem that they need MORE not less of what got them into this blind ally in the first place.

      Couldn’t happen to a ‘nicer’ bunch (sarcasm).

      🙂


    70. Aussie Infidel
      71 | September 13, 2017 12:38 am

      eaglesoars wrote:

      AZfederalist wrote:

      Is that an insane asylum?

      if I had the time, I’d research the donor list/Board of Directors. Also, inquiring minds want to know – is there a swimming pool? Because when Joe was VP he liked to walk around in the buff and the Secret Service had to come up with a code to warn the females on his detail.

      COBRA! COBRA! COBRA!

      I think I’ll just leave that here

      Ughhh ! I can’t ‘un-read’ that. I have to go and wash my eyes I think.

      Joe is a degenerate which is a dangerous thing to be when you are also a sociopathic moron without empathy towards your fellow man and a narcissistic determination to do whatever gives you a buzzz … regardless !

      How has crazy Joe dodged the bullet of excommunication for all these years?

      Smacks own head… ohh yeah. The guys doing the excommunication schtick are as corrupt as Joe!

      🙂


    71. 72 | September 13, 2017 7:21 am

      @ Aussie Infidel:
      Unfortunately at least some of the left’s agenda seems to be getting more popular. The idea that government needs to provide health care, or at least access to it, seems to be getting more popular.

      I don’t know how skewed the questions or even the sample are of course.


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