False Equivalency Threatens Honesty in Israeli, Palestinian Teen Murders

The Big and Lethal Lies are coming at us faster and harder than ever before.

 

ISIS has just crucified eight Muslim men for not being “extreme” enough in their Islamic practice. They kept their bodies on display in a town square in Iraq for three days. The ninth crucified man survived.


Horrifying—yes? Equally horrifying are the mass beheadings and the football games ISIS has been playing with the human heads. However, the leading western media are focusing mainly on the Palestinian Arab boy who was burned alive. Why such a focus?

 

Mainly because it is alleged–but in no way proven—that the Arab teenager was murdered by “Jews,”  “settler” Jews, who were both bold and foolish enough to enter a dark, lower middle class all-Arab neighborhood, Shua’fat, in the middle of the night to kidnap an Arab boy. No one stopped them. So far, the media, both left and right, seem to be following the Arab narrative.

 

Now, a cousin of this same boy has alleged that he was badly beaten by “masked” Israeli soldiers and he has the photos to prove it.

What next? Accusations that the IDF is using poison gas? Sterilizing Arabs through the drinking water? (Suha Arafat made this accusation standing right next to Hillary Clinton, who claimed it had not been properly translated).

 

Here is what I am sure about.

 

Arabs Muslims honor murder their own daughters on the basis of mere rumor. They bury them alive, burn them alive, stone them, stab them again and again, essentially torture-murder them. Some Muslims also honor murder their daughters for the sake of money by claiming that a particular man dishonored the girl who had to die—and now that man owes blood, money, or a free wife.

 

Even in Biblical times, Dina’s brothers did not kill their kidnapped and raped sister, Dina in an honor/”horror” killing. They killed her rapist and all those who allowed him to do it and get away with it. Arab Muslims murder their own sons if they are homosexual; rather, since homosexuality is both rampant but forbidden in the Arab and Muslim world, families do so only if such behavior becomes “known.”

 

When honor killers are questioned by the police (in Israel or Jordan), they lie outright. The entire community backs them up. The girl ran away. She killed herself. She threw herself down the well. The boy was kidnapped by Jews….

 

Read the pioneering work of Joseph Ginat and Gideon Kressel. Read their extraordinary field-work based stories of case after case just like this.

Arabs and Muslims engage in eternal blood feuds on the micro-level and in endless religious wars on the macro-level. They do not feel guilty. They are at it right now and are taking down the entire Middle East and leading us into an intense World War. What’s new is that the presumably civilized West is accepting this as a “given,” pretending that we can negotiate. Like Saudi Arabia’s King, we, too, act as if we are immune to such barbarism as long as it keeps taking place outside the Kingdom, not in the West.

 

Arab Muslims claim that Jews, Zionists, Israelis committed massacres during the War of Independence, (Deir Yassin, Lydda), when they have not done so. The world media and world leaders instantly echo the false allegation and for complex reasons, recently explained by Carolyn Glick, many American Jewish leaders and left Israeli leaders quickly believe the worst of Israel. Makes their lives easier, not having to always defend a pariah nation rendered so via Blood Libels.

 

Yes, it is possible that two Jews snapped and actually committed a heinous, heartless murder. But we do not know that. I am waiting for proof. I will accept the truth although it runs counter to Jewish and Israeli culture. Also, please note: Israelis immediately condemned the kidnapping-murder of this Arab boy. Arabs celebrated the kidnapping-murder of three Israeli teenagers 


It is equally possible that the same Arab Muslims who cooked up the fake murder of Mohammed Al Dura and the fake massacre in Jenin and who are known to doctor footage and stage fake murders and fake wounding at Israeli hands, have just now Done It Again.

 

The very media that is reporting IDF strikes in Gaza literally fails to record the twenty plus rocket attacks on southern Israel in the last few days, which destroyed a schoolhouse and a paint factory or the twenty rockets that were aimed at both Sderot and Ber’Sheva over the Sabbath.

 

The world media is conspiring in Blood Libels against the Jews. In the past, we know that all such anti-Jewish Blood Libels function as incitement to pogroms, massacres, and genocidal extermination.

 

I hope and I pray that more blood lust is not unleashed by such western collaboration–but I fear it already has.

 




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Hillary on Speaking Fees: It Takes A Foundation?

In 1996, Hillary Clinton penned, It Take A Village. Currently under fire for her six figure speaking fees, it seems It takes a foundation is Hillary’s current mantra. Unfortunately, Hillary’s defense doesn’t do anything to relieve the frustration of students upset over skyrocketing tuition. To somewhat quote her, what difference does it make what foundation it goes to if it’s still coming out of someone other than Hillary’s pocket?

Hillary Clinton on Friday defended her six-figure speaking fees, saying she’s donated all the money earned from colleges over the past year to her family’s foundation. “All of the fees have been donated to the Clinton Foundation for it to continue its life-changing and life-saving work. So it goes from a foundation at a university to another foundation,” she told ABC News on Friday.

The former secretary of State and potential 2016 presidential contender reportedly charges about $200,000 for speaking engagements.




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Pat Roberts Stumbles in Answering About His Kansas Residency

In an interview that aired on Kansas City’s KCMO 710 AM/103.7 FM last week, Sen. Pat Roberts fielded questions about his reelection with host Greg Knapp, which included queries about a debate with the three other candidates vying for the Republican nomination for his Senate seat, his long-tenure in the U.S. Senate, the debate about his residency and what sets him from challenging front-runner Milton Wolf.

On the topic of his residency, which has been subject of controversy, Roberts insisted he was a resident of Kansas and downplayed the importance of actually being in Kansas in order to properly represent Kansas.

However, Roberts did stumble during his explanation when asked where he spends his time when the Senate is not session, which apparently has not been his declared residency of Dodge City, a home that has been rented out. Roberts answer could be interpreted he only Kansas when he is facing a political opponent in an election.

“Well, I think that everybody should understand when you’re in Dodge City, you stay in Dodge City – it’s a very difficult task to get around all over the state,” Roberts said. “Now you could move to Topeka, you could move to Kansas City, you could move where Milt is, which is two blocks from Missouri. We had declared Dodge our residency. My kids went to school there. Every time I get an opponent — I mean, every time I get a chance, I’m home. I don’t measure my record with regard to a senator how many times I sleep wherever it is. We meet all the requirements.”

In a statement on Friday, Wolf blasted Roberts’ response in the interview.

“Pat Roberts has been in Washington for 47 years, and for him now to admit that he comes ‘home’ to Dodge City only when he gets an opponent is a slap in the face to Kansans,” Wolf said.

(h/t Politico)

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Obama’s ‘Mission Creep’ in Iraq Becoming ‘Mission Run’

Three weeks ago, President Obama promised that the United States “will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat” in Iraq. But Foreign Policy magazine (FP) just reported that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey acknowledged that the United States is not only considering airstrikes in Iraq against the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), but for the first time is talking about taking “direct action.” This is Pentagon “speak” for sending in American Special Forces or Special Operations units for combat missions. President Obama’s “mission creep” in Iraq appears to be quickly morphing into a “mission run.”

With the growing belief that the Iraqi army cannot retake the territory ISIS seized without help, at a July 3rd Pentagon briefing, General Martin Dempsey said, “Assessing and advising and enabling are very different words than attacking, defeating, and disrupting.” He also said, concerning the current U.S. role in Iraq, “We may get to that point if our national interests drive us there, if [ISIS] becomes such a threat to the homeland that the President of the United States with our advice decides that we have to take direct action.” 

His comments came after ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared a new Caliphate called the “Islamic State” across Syria and Iraq and himself Caliph on June 29th. “We have had all the requirements of the Islamic state like fundraising, almsgiving, penalties, and prayers and still have only one thing which is the Caliphate,” said the Caliph’s spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani. “The legality of all emirates, groups, states, and organizations, becomes null by the expansion of the Caliph’s authority and arrival of its troops to their areas.”

The statement had a big impact on U.S. friends in the region, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia quickly deployed 30,000 of its troops to the Iraqi border to prevent the Islamic State from deciding to take Saudi oil fields. Jordan knows that its “special relationship” with both the United States and Israel means their friends would be forced to intensely intervene if the nation is attacked by the Islamic State.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel admitted at the Pentagon briefing that that U.S. has approximately 800 troops in Iraq, including 100 that predate the unfolding crisis there and about 700 who have been sent to help protect U.S. personnel and assist the Iraq army on the deteriorating security conditions.

The Washington Post  has also reported that the Central Intelligence Agency has maintained a large clandestine presence in Iraq “as part of a plan by the Obama administration to rely on a combination of spies and Special Operations forces to protect U.S. interests in what was thought to be a former war zone.

General Dempsey said that the United States has a much better intelligence picture than it did two weeks ago, but the intermingling of Sunnis who oppose the current Shiite-dominated government of Nouri al-Maliki and the Islamic State extremists pose a difficult challenge if the U.S. decided to rely solely on airstrikes to assist Iraqi forces. 

The FP reported that six U.S. “assessment teams are now on the ground to develop a clearer picture of the state of the Iraqi security forces and the strength of the ISIS extremists.” Dempsey said the initial reports from those teams are not encouraging. Iraqi security forces seem to be “stiffening” and appear capable of defending Baghdad, but Dempsey does not believe they can retake the northwest and the cities of Fallujah, Ramadi, and Mosul that the Islamic State militants have overrun. 

“Will the Iraqis at some point be able to go back on the offensive to recapture the part of Iraq that they’ve lost? … Probably not by themselves,” Dempsey asserted. 

Dempsey described the threat posed by Islamic State today as a regional one, but he said it could become “transregional” or global over time. He said this does not mean the U.S. would contribute direct military support to help. But for the first time, Dempsey said the Pentagon would not rule out the option of ground troops.

Dempsey added that before the United States determines what offensive role, if any, it would play in Iraq, the Obama administration wants the Iraqi government to be a reliable U.S. partner in rehabilitating relationships by forming a unity government between Iraq’s embittered Sunni and Kurdish minorities. 

President Barack Obama declared the equivalent of “Mission Accomplished” on October 21, 2011, when he announced that he was pulling out the last 40,000 U.S. troops from Iraq by the end of the year. “After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” Obama told reporters. But it now appears that President Obama’s creeping new mission in Iraq is about to go into a full run.

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From July 15th to July 29th, Chriss Street will be teaching “Entrepreneurship and Capitalist Business Strategy” at Ho Chi Mihn University in Vietnam.




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Woman Loses Limbs after Butt Injections

April Brown, a former cosmetologist, lost both her arms and legs after she let an acquaintance who was offering cheap butt injections fill up her rear end. Brown recalled, “I was in pain, my butt was hard, and I was itching.”

According to a Newsfix video, when the doctors removed the do-it-yourself butt injections, they found they were made from bathroom caulk sealant. Brown underwent 27 surgeries, then finally realized how serious the problem was. She remembered thinking, “Oh, my God. I’m going to lose my hands.”

Doctors say Brown is not an isolated case; more people than ever are eschewing visiting doctors so they can avoid paying the fees. Instead, they rely on Internet providers who offer cosmetic fillers such as Botox at a price far less than what doctors would charge. But the ultimate cost may turn out to be much higher.

One California doctor who has removed online cosmetic fillers from patients has found glass or fiberglass in their bodies. He said, “This was … material that the body’s not prepared to accept.”

The Daily Mail reported in December 2012 that 41-year-old Mary Catchpole, who was about to get married, received dermal fillers in both of her cheeks, but the injections resulted in serious nerve damage, blurred vision, insomnia, and depression. The report added that “a survey by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) revealed that in the past year around seven in ten surgeons had seen patients complaining of complications from dermal fillers, and over the past three years the number of problems with some fillers has tripled.”

Dr. Erin Gilbert, a professor of dermatology at the State University of New York, said, “All dermal fillers can induce serious and potentially long-lasting adverse effects.”




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