Thursday, July 31, 2014

FYI: I"m Taking a Break

I won't be blogging for the next little while. I may be back at it in about a week. Then again, it could be a bit longer. See you then (whenever "then" is).

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Harpoon Siddiqui's Wishful Thinking

It's Hamas, not Israel, that's winning in Gaza

Keith Ellison's "Solution": End the Blockade of Gaza to Achieve Peace

If you mean "peace" in the Hamas sense of the word, i.e. the "peace" of Islam being supreme and the Jews being dead, then, yeah, I think it could work.

Obama's Latest Sucking-Up-to-Muslims Episode Invoves a Drastic Rewrite of American History

Robert Spencer has the hilarious/horrid details:
In his message to Muslims on their holiday Eid al-Fitr, issued Sunday, Barack Obama asserted that “Eid also reminds us of the many achievements and contributions of Muslim Americans to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.” He did not, unfortunately, provide even a single example of these “many achievements and contributions” that Muslims have made to “building the very fabric of our nation,” but he said that there were many, so they shouldn’t be hard to list a few, right? 
You remember a few of them, don’t you? Remember the Muslim signers of the Declaration of Independence? With Yahya al-Hanqoq’s large signature front and center, so that the infidel King George III could read it without his spectacles? And then there was Ibrahim Clark of New Jersey and El-Bridge Gerry of Massachusetts. Remember also the Muslims who gave James Madison information about Muhammad’s Constitution of Medina – which, as we all know, granted equal rights to women and religious minorities, predating such documents in the West by 1,000 years. Madison, of course, used the Medina Constitution as a model when framing the U.S. Constitution.
Then there were the Muslims who fought so valiantly during the War of 1812 and the Mexican War. And in the titanic struggles over slavery, Muslims were front and center: remember the Muslim abolitionist Senators who faced down the South in the antebellum Senate, the Senate chamber ringing with their oratory about how the Qur’an says to free slaves and so the U.S. government should, too? Remember the Muslim regiments in the Civil War (all on the Union side, of course!)? Then in the aftermath of the Civil War came the Muslim industrialists who brought us railroads, the telegraph, the telephone.
Not to be forgotten are the Muslims who also fought courageously in the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II, and the Muslim entertainers who kept us laughing on the Vaudeville circuit and on the home front during those terrible world wars with their jokes from the Hadith.
None of this rings a bell? Not to worry. Before too long it will be taught in all the textbooks. Absurd? Maybe – but no more than Obama’s statement itself...
 Also--let's not forget the Muslims who wrote "God Bless America" and Goodbye, Columbus.

Irony Alert: Iran to Take Part in Hiroshima's "Love 'n' Peace" Film Festival

Iran aims to build a nuke or two so that it can follow through on its promise to obliterate "the Zionist entity." But why should that be an impediment to Ayatollahville participating in a film festival located in the city where the first A-bomb was dropped?:
Five Iranian screen productions are slated to take part in the 15th edition of Hiroshima International Animation Festival in Japan. 
Gilane by Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, The Bonus for the Silence by Maziar Miri, Track 143 Narges Abyar and Night Bus by Kioumars Pourahmad and All Alone
By Ehsan Abdipour entered the 2014 Hiroshima festival’s lineup. 
The winners of the festival are scheduled to be honored with the Japanese symbol of peace, the Paper Crane.

The Paper Crane remembers the story of Sadako Sasaki who was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 11 due to result of the radiation from the atomic bomb in Hiroshima when she was two. 
According to the traditional Japanese belief, the paper crane is a symbol of luck; based on the belief, Sadako spent her time in a nursing home creating origami cranes in hope of making a thousand of them to be granted a wish.  
While Sadako made only 644 cranes in seeking her wish of living, she met her death in October, 1955. After Sadako’s tragedy, the paper crane was popularized as a peace symbol. 
Japanese peace representative Masahiro Sasaki, the elder brother of Sadako came to Iran to dedicate the symbol to the 2013 Festival of Films for Children and Young Adults held in Isfahan...
Established in 1984, Hiroshima International Animation Festival is a biennial manifestation held in Hiroshima city.
The festival is held under the spirit of love and peace as a project commemorating the anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing conducted by the United States during the final stages of World War II in August 1945...
I don't know about you, but my irony meter is off the charts.

It's the Zionhass, Stupid

I see that, according to a story in the National Post, a former big deal Official Jew is upset because aging "white power" creep John Beattie is running for office in a tiny Ontario town.

Me? I lose no sleep at all over the likes of Beattie. No, what scares me is the sight of 5,000 seething Zion-loathers, many toting flags of genocide-minded jihadi rackets Hamas and Hezbo and carrying photos of their hero, the Ayatollah Khomeini, gathering on the grounds of Queen's Park (a location that lends the disgusting proceedings a dignity they don't deserve).

But, hey, that's me.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Artie Erdogan, Fan & Funder of Hamas, Returns AJC Prize Because of Gaza

Good. These idiot Official Jews had no business giving him an award in the first place.

Insane Moral Relativism Run Amuck

Nancy Pelosi thinks there needs to be a "discussion" because Qatar (which funds the jihadi terrorist syndicate Hamas in a major way) has assured her repeatedly that Hamas is a "humanitarian" organization.

I think Nancy Pelosi needs to be locked in a rubber room for which the key should be tossed--permanently.

How Olivia Chow's Willful Blindness/Dhimmitude "Eids" and Abets the Jihad

Both Olivia Chow and John Tory showed up for yesterday's Eid festivities at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, apparently unaware that the Muslim Association of Canada, the outfit behind the event, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. According to the Toronto Sun (I quote from the newsprint version of the paper; no links are available online as yet), Ms. Chow decided to "go native":
Chow, dressed in a traditional Muslim gown and hijab headscarf, said, "as summer ends, may peace arrive." She later added that if elected mayor, she would "invest in communities," in the city.
Oh, you mean "communities" like this one, Olivia? Do you really think that throwing money at it is the way to counter jihadi "values" that are antithetical to our own? If you do, you're even more of a space cadet than I thought you were.

Later on, away from the estimated 15,000 true believers who "packed the north hall" of the building, Tory
called Hamas an isolated "terrorist organization" attacking a "democratic" Israel.
Ms. Hijab Headscarf on the other hand
chose not to address the situation in Gaza.
"I think (that) for this city, it is important that we focus on the people in Toronto, that they can come together in peace in harmony."
Peace 'n' harmony, eh? Spoken by someone who has never attended a Khomeinist seethe-a-thon at Queen's Park--and who likely never will.

Update: One of the Toronto Sun links is now up.

Mark Steyn Asks, "Do They Still Do Satirical Songs About Khomeini on the Beeb?"

To answer Mark's query, I'd wager they don't. So here's one from me:
 
Oh, he comes on like a fright,
So full of spite.
He's got a message to dread.
He's malign,
He hates Zion,
And he's dead.
 
He's all glowers and scowls,
Inspires their howls.
He has a book that they've read.
He's malign,
He hates Zion,
And he's dead.
 
He's a Shia,
He's a plum,
He waited for the twelfth imam.
He touched their hearts,
He wouldn't stop,
Ooo, when he said they'd be on top.
 
He was here for a spell,
Now he's in Hell.
Al Quds Day has festered and spread.
He's malign,
He hates Zion,
And he's dead...

Monday, July 28, 2014