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Americans Oppose Investigating the Gaza Massacre – Original

Posted by M. C. on May 30, 2018


What accounts for the lack of popular American support for an investigation into the shootings? The Israel lobby’s quest for unconditional US government support has been well-funded and ably pursued – through licit and illicit means – since long before Israel was established in 1948. Today the Israel lobby’s campaign finance network instantly imperils the career of any American politician who fails to parrot pro-Israel talking points and Israeli government positions. Clandestine cutouts conduct espionage and covert operations with utter impunity against US industries, associations and activists who meaningfully challenge harmful Israeli actions.

The Israel lobby’s long-term media manipulation has been particularly effective….

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Strong Evidence that U.S. Special Operations Forces Massacred Civilians in Somalia

Posted by M. C. on November 30, 2017

The US government-still winning hearts and minds the Vietnam way.

An investigation by The Daily Beast on the ground in Somalia appears to confirm that American soldiers were involved directly in the deaths of 10 innocent civilians.

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Packed Churches: .357, .45, and Glock

Posted by M. C. on November 9, 2017

In liberal political circles, the gun-abolition outlook of browbeaten Western Europe is common. Liberals want to make Americans as fearful about the state, and as unquestioning regarding state intervention in their lives, as citizens are in Western Europe. This outlook does not predominate in the United States with respect to political theory, but it is predominant in practice. Most people believe in the principle of the Second Amendment in the United States, but most people are rarely armed. Most people really believe that the state can defend them against terrorists. Americans have surrendered their liberty to the federal government since 2011 on this basis. That is why the massacre in Texas took place. Read the rest of this entry »

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Yet Another Jihad Massacre in UK; May Should Apologize and Resign – Aussie Conservative Blog

Posted by M. C. on May 24, 2017

But there was one key element that May left out of her statement: an apology.
One of the things she should apologize for is the routine aspect of her response to this latest jihad massacre. There was nothing she said about this jihad attack that could not have been said about ten jihad massacres before it, and will not be said about the next ten. The Muslim Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said after the jihad bombings in New York City in September 2016 that such attacks were “part and parcel of living in a big city” and that people would just have “to be prepared for these sorts of things” to happen, and May is behaving as if she has thoroughly internalized these instructions. Read the rest of this entry »

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Did You Hear About the Islamist Terrorist Attack In Orlando? – Me Neither / Wise Advice From The Beaver

Posted by M. C. on June 13, 2016

An attack against LBGTs or anyone else is a bad thing. I am not implying otherwise.

Sunday afternoon I became aware of a “massacre” reminiscent of Virginia Tech and an attack on the LBGT community. Little mention of a radical Islamist terrorist attack.

I found it interesting how much information was made public on Omar Mateen only twelve hours later.

The FBI had targeted him for investigation two or three times and misdiagnosed him benign. He had made the pilgrimage to Mecca. He appears to have been influenced by a local ant-gay imam and the current anti-gay ISIS rants.

His lying father says Omar was not particularly religious and was fairly normal. Read the rest of this entry »

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