Monday, October 22, 2018 

It's no shock the UK government would give the PLO more backing at the UN

More of the British government's evil in motion at the UN, as they voted to practically give Hamas influence at the UN (via Pamela Geller):
The United Kingdom has voted in favour of giving the so-called “State of Palestine” additional power at the United Nations in order to lead the G77, the largest voting bloc at the global body.

Hamas is part of the Palestinian government Hamas and Fatah are Islamic terrorist organizations, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime.

The leaders of this terrorist organizations repeatedly called for genocide of all Jews.

The British government has completely lost its moral values and is doing all it can to please the Arab and muslim states including Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and Turkey which are the worst human rights violators in the world.

Shame on Britain, shame on the British government, and shame on Theresa May.
Some may be shocked, but it's not one to anybody who knows the UK government's MO with foreign affairs. They may have kept a low profile on their approach in the past year or so, but now, it's clear they're back to their old tricks again, and doing whatever possible to undermine Israel's safety, and that of everyone else. And all the while, Britain's consumed by a crime wave while the leaders ignore it in favor of appeasing the very evil now consuming their own country.

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What the case of Kashoggi can tell about the Saudis, and about himself

Hugh Fitzgerald wrote on Front Page Magazine about the Saudi murder of journalist Jamal Kashoggi, who, as noted further down the post, has a very dark side to himself as well:
But let’s get back to what this killing demonstrates. It demonstrates that Saudi Arabia has only contempt for the outside world, and no intention of changing its brutal ways no matter what others think. All sorts of Western big shots have now pulled out of the “Davos in the Desert” three-day economic summit to be held in Saudi Arabia in early November. Among them are Richard Branson, the CEO’s of Viacom and Uber, the heads of JP Morgan, Blackstone, BlackRock, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, the creator of the Android Mobile Device, the creator of Crispr, and many others. This will have little effect on the Saudis. If Western companies want to engage in virtue-signaling, and lose billions in investments, both in and from Saudi Arabia, the Crown Prince can live with that. Besides, there is always China, ready to sell weapons to the Saudis (as Trump has noted), and to make, and receive, Saudi investments.

The killing may, however, have a salutary effect on the American government’s view of Saudi Arabia. The Saudis were largely protected during the investigation of the 9/11 attacks; 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis, but through it all, Saudi Arabia remained our “friend” and ally. They sold us their oil at the market price, doing us no favors, but because Saudi Arabia was the “swing” producer, and when, purely for reasons of economic self-interest, the Saudis raised or lowered production so as to lower or raise the price of oil, we were always naively grateful. The Saudis have a stake not just in current oil revenues, but in maximizing the value of the billions of barrels they have in the ground. They are not doing us favors. They calculate their ideal price for oil, at any time, based on the likely effect on consumers, who may switch to other sources of energy, and on energy producers, who if the price is high enough may search for new oil supplies or extract oil already found, using innovative techniques. The Saudis cannot forget fracking, and what that did to oil prices.[...]

The killing of Jamal Khashoggi reminds us that the Saudi rulers, and the Crown Prince, are well-versed in the use of violence. They are determined to keep themselves in power, and to keep the colossal wealth to which they help themselves. The 15,000 Saudi royals are collectively worth $1.7 trillion; they are not about to let go of any of it. Jamal Khashoggi, though not a royal, began life as well-connected as any commoner in Saudi Arabia could be. His grandfather was the personal physician to King Abdelaziz Al Saud. His uncle was Adnan Khashoggi, who through his connections in the Saudi government made $4 billion dollars as an arms dealer. His cousin was Dodi Fayed, Princess Diana’s last boyfriend, and the son of the billionaire businessman Mohamed Fayed.
But lest anybody think Kashoggi's loss is truly bad news, it's advisable to take a look at his own MO:
By 2017, Khashoggi, who had two million Twitter followers, was the best known pundit in the Arab world. He has been hailed in the West as a progressive, but that is a case of misunderstanding his aims. Khashoggi believed in spreading Islamic rule, the same goal as that of any Jihadi, but he wanted to achieve that goal through political Islam. He joined the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1970s and remained true to it, even praising it in a Washington Post column. Some described him as the de facto leader of the Saudi branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Crown Prince, on the other hand, believes that the Muslim Brotherhood is a danger to the Kingdom, that is, to his family’s continued rule.
Precisely, it's not because the MB believe in sharia rulership. And it's bad news that Kashoggi supported the MB, which puts his support for women fighting for the right to drive cars in Arabia under a question mark. The Jerusalem Post also notes that:
Khashoggi was once a powerful insider in Saudi Arabia, an adviser to the kingdom who helped craft its image abroad. However he became increasingly disillusioned with the path chosen by Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman after MBS rose to power in 2017. Khashoggi was particularly critical of Riyadh’s approach to the Muslim Brotherhood and political Islam. He felt the crackdown on more Islamist views was problematic. He also voiced consistent critique of the rumors that the kingdom was growing closer to Israel. He told Al Jazeera in November that Saudi Arabia should return to its role as a leader of the Arab world. “He deplored the authorities’ decision to allow some in the Saudi news media to express support for Israel against the Palestinians,” the article noted.
Honestly, if that's what he believed, then he's not somebody to feel sorry for, any more than the Saudis themselves now that the west is turning against them. It's decidedly time to isolate them from civil society until they're willing to abandon Islam.

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Laurent Waquiez is hopefully trying to encourage more family building for French

Here's some news about the current leader of Les Republicaines in France, Laurent Waquiez, who may be trying to encourage better family building in the country, and also speaking out against Islam. If he's going about things the right way, he'll be doing a favor, just as the current Italian government is doing on their part.

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Sunday, October 21, 2018 

3 people charged in connection with terrorist in Carcassonne district

Three collaborators with the terrorist in Trebes were arrested in France:
Three people have been charged in France over an Islamic extremist’s shooting rampage and supermarket hostage-taking earlier this year.

French regional media reported that the three are suspected of providing help to assailant Redouane Lakdim before his March attack in Carcassonne and the nearby town of Trebes. Four people were killed, including a police officer who traded himself for a hostage.

A judicial official said Saturday that the three were charged with criminal association with terrorists, and one was also accused of possessing arms in connection with a terrorist enterprise.
Of course, why only now were they arrested? Shouldn't this have been done earlier? If this was carried out late, it shows how law enforcement was seriously undermined by Hollande's government, if any.

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If Rishon LeZion's city hall is approving a yeshiva for Shas, they should not

There was an uproar in Rishon LeZion over suspicions that a planned synagogue will end up becoming a Haredi yeshiva for the sake of the corrupt Shas party:
Dozens of residents from Rishon Letzion, a city in central Israel, protested Friday morning outside the mayor's home against the construction of a new synagogue that is supposed to be built on public land.

Residents of three neighborhoods – Nahalat Yehuda, Khidmat Rishon and Ne'urim – object to the building of the proposed building, with an expected height of 20 meters, on public land in the Nahalat Yehuda neighborhood. According to them, the presented building plan includes a large library and events hall, which the protestors take as evidence that the space is intended for use by ultra-Orthodox Yeshiva students.

The protestors rallied under the slogan, "Rishon Letzion will not become Beit Shemesh," and carried signs that read "Anxious about the future of the neighborhood" (in Hebrew, the words for "anxious" and "ultra-Orthodox" are spelled the same). Counter-protestors, many of them religious, stood nearby and could be heard shouting phrases like "scum" and "anti-Jewish" at the protesters. Police arrived at the scene and separated the two sides.

According to the protesters, they do not object to the construction of a synagogue, but rather to the dedication of the space to the activities of Yeshiva students. Mayor Dov Zur described the space on Facebook a month ago, he spoke of a synagogue alone.

Two weeks ago, the objectors planned to protest in front of Zur's home, but the protest did not take place following a message from the entrepreneur responsible for the project, who told the residents he would withdraw his application and open up a dialogue with them. According to the protestors, he has not contacted them since.

One of the organizers, David Vogel, who lives across the street from the site of the proposed synagogue, told Haaretz, "I'm not against the construction of a two-story synagogue, but the original plan was for a 380 square meter building, and it received a building allocation for a 1,500 square meter building. It will change the character of the neighborhood. As we protested this morning, vehicles full of Shas members immediately arrived to harass us."

The chairman of Shas in Rishon Letzion, Rabbi Arye Cohen, confronted the protestors and said afterward, "This is about the elections. They're trying to arouse the secular public to gather votes. They are looking for provocation to get people to the polls. I, unlike them, was born and raised in this city, and know it well. The religious and secular people have always lived here in brotherhood, peace and friendship."

Zur said in response that "Rishon Letzion has always been a city free of religious tensions due to open communication between all sectors of the community. It's a shame that misguided politicians are simply seeking ammunition."

Zur ascribed the motivation behind the protest to upcoming elections, saying, "This is a cynical political attempt by a candidate facing upcoming elections who is trying to inflame voters' passions, over nothing, through false and irresponsible manipulation."

The mayor claims that the project managers and developers held many meetings with representatives from the community, and made changes based on their requests. Zur added, "The synagogue includes a women's section and a mikveh, answering many real needs of the community."
If this project involves Shas, one of the worst socialist movements in Haredi society, it's reason for concern. So if the protestors don't want the building turned into a yeshiva for Haredi students, then it shouldn't be.

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Saturday, October 20, 2018 

Women in Green founder passes away

Ruth Matar, founder of a pro-Israeli group, has died:
Ruth Matar, who founded the "Women in Green" movement 25 years ago with her husband, passed away on Saturday.

Originally called "Women for Israel's Tomorrow", the group sought to destroy media stereotypes of those opposing land concessions by showing mothers, housewives, and career women who could intelligently articulate Israel's cause. Matar first founded the organization in 1993 following the signing of the Oslo Accords by the Rabin Government and the resulting plans for a Palestinian State. In recent years, Woman in Green has been leading the discourse over the vision of full Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria.

Ruth's daughter-in-law Nadia Matar, together with Yehudit Katzover, currently lead the movement.
It's a shame she's gone now, and I hope her daughter can continue where she left off with the good she was trying to do for Israel.

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French fleeing to Hungary to avoid Muslim migrants

In another sad case of what Europe's become like, there's French joining Germans fleeing to Hungary to evade the jihadists whom Francois Hollande's government particularly made easy to infiltrate the country:
French citizens are now joining Germans and others seeking a new life in the Hungarian capital of Budapest in order to escape the negative effects of uncontrolled mass migration.

More and more French are seeking to escape to what they see as the safety of Budapest according to a new documentary called Hungary: the Promised Land that was broadcast on French television this week, France Info reports.

The 20-minute documentary examined the lives of several French citizens who now call Budapest home including a young woman named Elsa who came to the city two years ago after living in the notorious, heavily migrant-populated suburbs of Paris.

The young woman claimed that she moved after being assaulted and robbed on three separate occasions in her previous neighbourhood. “I think that when you are master of your country, fundamentally, in an era of globalization, the immigration factor comes into play,” she said.
Naturally, it's truly awful when one is forced to leave their home because the local government abandons all reason and turns it into a hellhole for an incomprehensible agenda. Something is going to have to be done about this and soon. It's a good thing Matteo Salvini's now in charge over in Italy, and we have to hope what they're doing to banish the interlopers will help the rest of Europe as well.

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Friday, October 19, 2018 

France stops a Hollande dictation discriminating against Israeli products

The French government wisely stopped a policy implemented by Francois Hollande's government calling for Israeli products from Judea/Samaria and Golan Heights to be labeled as "occupied territory":
French authorities announced earlier this month the suspension of a discriminatory and politicized labeling requirement imposed on Israeli products, pending a decision by the European Court of Justice.

The French requirement mandated that Israeli products from Judea and Samaria and the Golan Heights be labeled with the designation “colonies israéliennes” (“Israeli colonies”).

The requirement was enacted in 2015 after France and 15 other European Union (EU) countries urged the bloc to clearly label products sold in member counties which originated in these Israeli areas, which they claim are “occupied.” However, goods from those areas not produced by Israelis may continue to say “product of Palestine.”

The Israeli Foreign Ministry blasted the prejudicial double standard, saying “it is puzzling and disturbing that France adopts a double standard in relation to Israel, while ignoring 200 territorial conflicts currently taking place around the world.”
It's not really surprising at all, when you consider what a creep Hollande and his cowards were, worrying about appeasing Islamist positions while selling out their own country to Islamofascists.
The latest development in this saga, the suspension of the French labeling requirement, was prompted by a lawsuit commenced by The Lawfare Project in 2017 against the French Minister for Economic Affairs and Finance.

The Lawfare Project’s initial action was brought before the Conseil d’État (Council of State, France’s highest court) on behalf of Psâgot Winery LTD, an Israeli vineyard whose European distributors are subject to the labeling rules. Psâgot is being represented by revered law firm Cabinet Briard.

In May, the Conseil d’État referred two questions, central to the landmark case, to the European Court of Justice for its opinion, expected to be issued in the end of 2019.

Brooke Goldstein, Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, stated, “We are glad the French government will not be applying its discriminatory and unlawful policies, pending the outcome of the case.”

She noted, however, “We should not have reached this point in the first place, where an Israeli company must rely on European courts to enforce basic economic rights. The entire issue could easily have been rendered moot had the French government announced that the policy—which clearly contradicts EU and French trade laws—would be suspended indefinitely.”
But as I noted above, it's no shock politicians as corrupt and incompetent as Hollande turned out to be could lead to such embarrassments. It's good that now, justice has been done, and a European court was thankfully willing to make a sensible judgement.

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PLO holding US citizen hostage for selling property to Jews

The PLO continues its assault on freedom, this time taking out their manufactured anguish against an American citizen (via Breitbart):
Palestinian Authority security forces have arrested a Palestinian-American citizen on suspicion of involvement in a real estate transaction with Jews in east Jerusalem, The Jerusalem Post has learned.

The man’s family has notified the US State Department of his arrest.

Palestinian sources said that the man, a resident of Bethlehem, had worked for the PA Ministry for Local Government.

“The 55-year-old man, who is a US citizen, is being interrogated by the Palestinians security agencies in Ramallah for his role in the sale of an Arab-owned house in the Old City of Jerusalem to a Jewish organization,” the sources told The Jerusalem Post.

They said the man was suspected of acting as a “solicitor” between the owner of the house and the Jewish organization that bought the house.

A senior PA security official in Ramallah refused to comment on the arrest of the US citizen.

US government officials said they were aware of the arrest and expressed concern that he would be treated fairly. They said the State Department was in touch with the PA regarding the arrest.
This is practically an act of war on the USA the PLO's committed. For this alone, it's worth bringing them down much more than they are now. This is exactly why their offices in Washington had to be closed.

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Thursday, October 18, 2018 

Leftist Antifa protestor in Oregon denigrates 9-11 widow

Today's leftists demonstrate how they lack respect for innocents murdered in Islamic terrorist attacks. One was caught on film unleashing the following vomit in Portland:
The protester told the woman to “shut the fuck up” and alleged that her husband punches her, to which the NYPD hat-wearing woman calmly responded with a smile that she is not married.

“My husband died in 9/11,” she turned around and said.

“Good for him! Good. Good,” the protester shot back. “NPYD were a bunch of sodomized — fucking sodomizing immigrants with their bully sticks.”

“So yeah … your husband should probably fucking rot in the grave,” the protester screamed at the woman.
Ugh, what repellent creatures they have running around loose in the northwestern USA. It's clear today's leftists have been overtaken by villains who have no respect for countrymen murdered by jihadists. And Antifa, if the man is part of that group, is one of the worst producers of such monsters.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018 

A raid into Gaza is the only way to end the nightmare

The latest rocket attack by Hamas sent a long range missile in the direction of Beersheba, and it struck a house (via Breitbart):
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that Israel would “act forcefully” in response to a predawn rocket attack from the Gaza Strip that struck a Beersheba home, as a shaky calm appeared to return to the area.

The comments came after the prime minister met with top security officials for emergency consultations over the flareup, which sent already high border tensions skyrocketing. The Israel Defense Forces said it bombed at least 20 targets in Gaza in response to the missile attack.

“Israel views with utmost gravity the attacks against it on the fence, on the area adjacent to the Gaza Strip, on Beersheba — everywhere. I said at the start of the cabinet meeting this week that if the attacks don’t end, we’ll end them,” Netanyahu said in the IDF Gaza Division’s headquarters near the Strip.

“I want to say to you today: Israel will act very forcefully,” the prime minister added.
I would remind that words alone do not work, only deeds, so they're going to have to re-penetrate into Gaza and destroy the Hamas autocracy there. Also, the Beersheba incident wasn't the only place that experienced this form of attack:
A second rocket was also fired from the Gaza Strip on Thursday morning. It landed off the coast of the greater Tel Aviv area, known in Israel as Gush Dan.
Even if no casualties resulted from this cowardly attack by Hamas, it still proves beyond doubt that their weapons are fully capable of reaching very far. Next time, if affirmative action isn't taken, there could be real disaster. So they'll have to start working on a raid into Gaza now, in order to prevent more like this from happening again.

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Monday, October 15, 2018 

Saudi Arabia deserves to sanctioned regardless of whether they're guilty of murdering Kashoggi

The Saudi Arabian regime has wound up facing quite a worldwide condemnation following the vanishing and possible murder of a journalist who once worked for their autocratic government:
Saudi officials appear to be in a state of shock over the harsh international reaction to the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi almost two weeks ago.

Khashoggi was once a close adviser to the Saudi government but has become persona non grata since criticizing the human rights record of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and his pursuit of the Yemen war, which has been a major humanitarian disaster. The excommunication was complete when Khashoggi exiled himself to the United States and began publishing his criticisms of MBS as a Washington Post reporter. Recently, he needed Saudi government papers in order to marry his fiancé, a Turkish citizen, Hatice (Khadija) Cengiz. He made two visits to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and he completely disappeared during the second visit on October 2.

Turkey’s government has officially taken the position that it is still investigating, but numerous leaks to the Turkish media indicate a belief that Khashoggi was killed inside the consulate, and that his body was dismembered, packed up in suitcases, and taken back to Saudi Arabia in private Saudi planes. It is also believed that MBS ordered the killing and Turkism media are claiming that officials have audio recordings of Khashoggi being interrogated and killed in the embassy.

Many people are shocked by the apparent brutality of the alleged murder, but it seems that the biggest shock of all is that international outrage is continuing and may be growing. MBS has been ruthless in committing human rights abuses, arresting and imprisoning hundreds of people without trials. There have been numerous complaints that he decreed that women would be permitted to drive, but then he ordered the arrest of some of the women who did drive. And, of course, he has pursued the Yemen war mercilessly. He has done all this with impunity and little uproar. What is surprising is the uproar in this case.
I agree, it's amazing the Saudis have met up with such a big backlash. One they fully deserve in any event, due to the Saudi prince's human rights abuses, and also, most notably, that they enabled several of the terrorists who attacked the WTC on 9-11. It's a price long in coming that they should pay. And they're facing more repercussions in Congress:
Congressional pressure is mounting for a full rethink of U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia as evidence grows that the kingdom, a longtime American ally, was responsible for the disappearance of, and increasingly likely the death of, a Washington Post journalist.

President Trump has said he is trying to gather facts and has warned of consequences, but Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill are far ahead of him. They are promising to force votes on economic sanctions and on denying military assistance to the Saudi war effort in nearby Yemen.
Let's be clear: the Saudi Arabian Islamofascists deserve all sanctions they'll hopefully get, and the time's come, sooner or later, to start forcing them to abandon Islam and allow women freedom without being forced to wear niqabs and requiring a male guardian to go outdoors. They must also abandon violent and gory punishment over petty issues and such, and without a doubt, there's still much more they have to abandon and apologize for as well, including their anti-Israeli/semitic leanings.

And the world shouldn't rely on the Arabian oil supplies either, assuming they still have vast amounts. Far as I know, there's still significant amounts available around the American continent, so it'd be far better to take advantage of those than allow the Saudis to dominate the market. If they're guilty of murdering the journalist (though it's questionable the Turks have serious evidence), they must face consequences for their evil.

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Shameful: UCI lets male transvestite rob victory from female participants

For too long now, leftist society's normalized the abnormal, and lately, there've been male transgender screwballs who've exploited this as a means of winning prizes they don't deserve in women's sports, and anybody who protests is nothing more than "bigot":
Canadian cyclist Rachel McKinnon is calling out “transphobic bigots” on Twitter after she reportedly became the first trans woman to ever win gold at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles.

Ms. McKinnon, who is also an assistant professor in the department of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, placed first in the women’s sprint 35-44 age bracket on Sunday. She celebrated the news on Twitter, sparking a wave of criticism for purportedly having an unfair advantage over the other female athletes.
Men usually have advantage in terms of physical muscle, and no matter how much a man pretends to be a woman, it doesn't change logic and facts about their personal physical structure. And no matter how much the dummy in question tries to pass himself off as one, he's not a Miss, but a Mister. It's regrettable if the paper's succumbing to political correctness by using the wrong surname.

All concerned are right to protest and shouldn't be intimidated by the basket case's accusations of "bigotry", especially not when he happens to have quite a bit of contempt for the true fairer sex. A legal case, if needed, will have to be made, and serious protests will have to be raised if women's sports are to be defended.

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