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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Sunday, October 14, 2018 

A new neighborhood in Hebron where Jews can live

After nearly 2 decades, there's finally a new neighborhood being built in Hebron where Jewish residents can live:
Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman on Sunday praised the plan to build a 31-unit housing complex in Jewish neighborhood in the West Bank city of Hebron.

"A new Jewish neighborhood in Hebron, for the first time in 20 years! Instead of a military camp, we will build a new neighborhood, with space for 31 apartments, 2 kindergartens and a dormitory," he wrote in an official statement.

"I thank the prime minister and the ministers who dedicated themselves to the making the Hezkiyahu neighborhood a possibility," Liberman said. "This is yet another important milestone in the extensive activity that we are heading in Judea and Samaria in order to strengthen our settlement."

The project will be located near the city's Shuhadah Street, also known as King David Street, which is now closed to Palestinians and where some six Jewish families live in modular homes next to the Hebron Yeshiva and an IDF base called Plugat Hamitkanim.
After all the monstrous evils committed by the PLO and other Islamofascists, this is good way to make clear that their conquest through corrupt politics and jihadism is over. Now, Hebron's Jewish history is being restored and strengthened again. More news over here.

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Jewish groups in Quebec shouldn't protest any bans on religious garb for public servants

The Quebec province of Canada's got a new government that'll hopefully prove more effective in the battle against Islam. But it seems there's Jewish groups in the province who're trying to do favors for the enemy by objecting to bans on public servants wearing kippahs on the job, something that even here shouldn't be a big issue:
Quebec’s incoming government wants to ban some public servants from wearing religious symbols to work, spurring concerns from Jewish groups.

The proposed ban by the Coalition Avenir Québec government is ostensibly to make Quebec public institutions more secular and “neutral” religiously. It would bar police, prison guards, public school teachers and some others from wearing visible kippahs, turbans, hijabs and crucifixes under the possible penalty of dismissal for noncompliance.

Critics say the plan contravenes Canadian human rights charters and is pandering to intolerant populist sentiment being increasingly exploited in other countries. They also say the plan is hypocritical since the new government, which officially assumes power on Oct. 18, is refusing for “heritage” reasons to take down a large crucifix hanging in the Quebec legislature since 1936.
I get the feeling these are left-leaning groups in question, who're overreacting when there are public servant outfits and other businesses around that don't want their employees wearing symbols while on the job, and would want guys to shave beards so they won't get in the way. The opposition to populism is also disturbing, suggesting these are socialist-leaning groups who even believe all nationalism, save for Israel's, is evil, which is also ludicrous. One of the commenters on INN said:
Not only kippas are banned in government offices of Quebec, but hijabs and other religious headwear as well. And there is nothing wrong with it in secular society. This is no way restriction of religious freedom, because religious headwear without any restrictions is allowed anywhere else in province of Quebec and all religious institutions remain open there.
Any Jewish groups making petty issues over something like this are only aiding the enemy, and will have to shoulder blame for any damage they could cause the Jewish community as a whole. They'd better knock off the opposition if they don't want to gain a bad reputation among the other natives in Quebec, who might think they're not really against Islamic anti-semitism at all.

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Saturday, October 13, 2018 

France says "non" to pro-jihadist Medine's concert

I'd posted an earlier item about this, and now, the Investigative Project on Terrorism (via Pamela Geller) has another report about bigoted Medine's concert cancellation revealing something very disturbing about the Bataclan's ownership since the terrorist attacks in 2015:
In the three years since, the Bataclan, now owned by a Qatari group, has staged provocative performances that some argue are not only pro-Muslim, but pro-Islamist. In April, when the venue announced a concert set to feature controversial rapper Medine, who has been criticized for attacks on France's secularism, many determined that enough had now become enough. Led by Patrick Jardin, the father of one of the 90 victims of the Bataclan killing, a group calling itself "100 patriots" called for a "patriotic protest" against the planned Oct. 19 event.

The movement proved effective: just barely a month before the scheduled event, the Bataclan and Medine announced that, in a "conciliatory spirit" and "respect" for the victims' families, the concert would not take place. While some have called the cancellation an attack on free speech, others are celebrating what they view as the correct decision. Medine will still perform, the statement read, but at an alternative venue.

But despite this "conciliation," the pattern of producing such controversial events at the Bataclan has many Parisians distressed. Even the date of Qatar's purchase of the property has raised hackles: Sept. 11, 2015 – two months before the attack and "an extremely symbolic date," Pierre Cassen, one of the protest organizers, observed.
One of the most definitely alarming things in this whole affair is that the previous owners of Bataclan would sell it to Qatari sources, a country that's been one of the biggest enablers of terrorism. If they sold it knowingly, they have disgraced themselves even more after their disastrous security measures that enabled the jihad to take place. Now, prevention of Medine's concert or not, this decidedly calls for a boycott of Bataclan so long as it's owned by a Qatari company, because there's still every chance they'll have more offensive performers coming about, and what if the money they make ends up going to terrorists financed in Qatar? Another reason to avoid paying for tickets there.

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Friday, October 12, 2018 

PLO continues to mandate selling property to Jews as "treason" to the evil cause

The PLO's dictation that anybody who sells property to Jews will be declared guilty of "high treason" - which is a thinly veiled hint at a death penalty - is still in effect:
For the second time this year, the Palestinian Islamic religious authorities in Jerusalem reaffirmed a ban on selling property to Israelis, and warned that any Palestinian involved in such transactions would be accused of “high treason.”

The latest decision on Thursday followed news that Jews had purchased a house in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City. The house, which according to reports in the Palestinian media was purchased by the Ateret Cohanim organization, belonged to the Joudeh family. The organization, along with Ir David Foundation, has been acquiring lands and houses in east Jerusalem for decades.

The Old City transaction has drawn strong condemnations by many Palestinians, who see it in the context of Israel’s effort to “Judaize” Jerusalem.
Nothing's changed on that whole matter. The Judaist religion itself is still an abomination in their twisted Islamic view, and ties to Israel continue to be denied. And lest we forget their belief in selling to Jews being a crime punishable by death. This is exactly why the PLO's office in Washington D.C. had to be closed.

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The positives of Italy's Matteo Salvini

Italy's interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is proving to be just what Europe needs right now. For example, he'll even strengthen self-defense rights:
As part of a new self-defence reform, Italy’s populist interior minister Matteo Salvini has promised that people who confront home invaders will have their legal bills paid for by the Italian state.

The new self-defence bill is set to enter parliamentary debate on the 23rd of October, with Mr Salvini pushing for more liberalisation on the rights of Italians to defend themselves from home invasions, Il Giornale reports.

Writing on social media, Salvini stated: “A thief comes into your house, company or store, and you defend yourself? It will be your right to do so, and the thug (and his relatives) will not be able to ask for a euro of compensation.”

“Besides, you won’t end up on trial for years and you won’t pay your own pocket: the state will cover any legal expenses of those who defended themselves,” he added.
Now that's good for a start. But he'll also have to make sure libels laws are modified, if they haven't been yet, so that burdens of proof depend upon the plaintiff and not the defendant, as was the case when the aforementioned Charles Enderlin sued Phillippe Karsenty to silence all criticism and shoot messengers. That's one more way to ensure Islamofascists and Islamophiles don't stifle criticism and efforts to expose a wrong.

And if Germany and the EU try to transport illegal Muslim immigrants there, Salvini will be shutting airports to prevent it:
Italy’s interior minister has vowed to close the country’s airports if Germany follows through with reported plans to send dozens of asylum-seekers back to Italy.

Matteo Salvini tweeted Sunday: “We’ll close our airports like we closed the [sea]ports.” Since Salvini became interior minister in June, the Italian government has blocked migrant ‘rescue’ ships operated by NGOs from docking in Italian ports.
He also stopped a deal that could've done what Germany wanted. And, he's even said the awful George Soros is behind some of their problems:
Italian populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has claimed that “speculators like Soros” are behind a 300-plus point bond spread, and they are aiming for Italy to fail.

The leader of the League party made the comments after noting the widening gap between Italy’s benchmark on 10-year bonds and the German equivalent at a joint press conference with Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s National Rally (formerly the Front National) in Rome on Monday, reports the Financial Times.

“If I wanted to think badly I would say that behind the [bond] spread of recent days is a move by speculators like [George] Soros who are aiming for the failure of a country, to buy its remaining healthy businesses at a bargain price,” he said.
Oh, it's worse than that. The pushing of illegal immigration by Muslims into Europe at the expense of safety and societal cohesion is the main reason why Soros is such a bad lot, and even Hungary's Viktor Orban is against his influence. So kudos to Salvini so far, but he'll have to work very hard beginning now and withstand any pressure from evil sources in order to prove he can ensure Italy's own safety for starters, and that of the rest of Europe as a whole.

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The al-Durah libel in retrospect

Richard Landes wrote on Tablet about one of the most notorious cases of anti-semitic, anti-Israeli blood libels ever concocted by a European "journalist", in this case being the French-Israeli news producer Charles Enderlin, who, as noted here, had already made up his mind where he stood:
At one point in our viewing, a very large man grabbed his leg and began to limp badly. Perhaps he had not faked his injury convincingly enough, perhaps his size discouraged anyone from picking him up. In any case, only children gathered around, whom he shooed away, and, after looking to see no one was coming, he walked away without a limp.

The Israeli France2 cameraman snorted.

“Why do you laugh?” I asked.

“It’s so obviously fake,” he responded.

“I know,” I said, turning to Enderlin, “this all seems fake.”

“Oh, they do that all the time. It’s a cultural thing” The senior correspondent replied.

“So why couldn’t they have faked it with al Durah?”

“They’re not good enough,” said Enderlin. “They can’t fool me.”

The other shoe had dropped. In earlier sessions with Nahum Shahaf, the first (“semi-official”) Israeli investigator of the al Durah affair, hired by IDF southern commander, Yom Tov Samia, I had seen over two hours of video from that day. This footage, shot by a Palestinian cameraman working for Reuters, had familiarized me with the Palestinian practice of staging scenes, whose basic sequence ran: Fake a dramatic injury, have people gather around you, pick you up (often brutally, without stretchers) and rush you to an ambulance, helpers eagerly grabbing the injured on the run, in order to get on camera. Those carrying the wounded, then throw him in the back of the ambulance, slam shut the doors, and the driver takes off, sirens blaring. That evening, you all go home and see how many times you made the news.

I already knew that Palestinians faked footage, but what I now understood was that the mainstream news media, whose first imperative was to filter out such blatant propaganda, had accepted it as a normal practice, and used the fakes to tell the “real” story. Professional standards for journalists in the West can make even staging B-roll problematic. But apparently, in the Middle East, Western journalists have few problems with staged A-roll as long as they can cut it into believable site-bytes of Israeli aggression and Palestinian victimhood. Veteran 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon would later describe Netzarim Junction as the focal point of the new Arab-Israeli war, one in which “more than 30 were killed and hundreds injured.” [...]

This episode in 2003 with Enderlin was the first time that I got the response of a Western journalist to the rather obvious fakery and it amounted to: “But they do it all the time.”

A few months later, when the same footage was viewed in Paris with three “independent” journalists from the French MSNM, they too remarked on the extensive staging and they got a similar response: “Yes Monsieur, but, you know, it’s always like that,” said Didier Eppelbaum, Enderlin’s boss. To which one of the journalists, maintaining his commitment to integrity (but not for long), responded indignantly, “You may know that, but the public doesn’t.” Indeed, while both Enderlin and his boss will admit, behind what they think are closed doors, to this highly unprofessional behavior done “all the time,” on record, they state precisely the opposite. “Talal abu Rahma, Enderlin assured Esther Schapira in 2007, “is a journalist like me; he’s a prima facie witness. He told me what happened. I’ve no reason not to believe him.” Three years later, in his self-justifying book, he elaborated: “Never failing in his professionalism, Talal is a most credible source, and has been employed by France2 since 1988.”
Well it's pretty apparent that not only is Enderlin a self-hater, but that he, and his ilk, practically planned and were in favor of this right from the start. And that they're still unrepentant, no thanks to the culture of selfishness they were raised under. Sooner or later, they'll be exposed as the monsters they are, and will have to apologize for their sins.

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Thursday, October 11, 2018 

Yuli Edelstein avoids Rabin memorial service because it maintains leftist character

Knesset speaker Edelstein wisely decided to avoid a would-be memorial for Yitzhak Rabin because it'll only serve as a leftist platform:
Knesset Speaker MK Yuli Edelstein turned down an invitation to address next month’s ceremony marking the 23rd anniversary of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, an event organized by the group Darkenu.

The Rabin memorial over the years has become a highly politicized event used to lash out at right wing and religious bodies in Israel. Although there has been a recent effort to change the event’s theme to one of inclusiveness and national reconciliation.

Edelstein initially accepted a request to speak at the event after organizers said they wanted speakers from across the political spectrum, but when it became apparent that the event would retain its left-wing orientation he backed out.

“I thought that nearly 25 years after the vile assassination we could overcome our political biases and organize an event that would unite people behind the fundamental values of Israeli society. But unfortunately, it seems the readiness for that has not arrived yet,” Edelstein wrote in a letter announcing his cancellation.
Well he did the right thing. The left's continued obsession with legitimizing the PLO is virtually what's driving this whole event, and that's just why it won't work out.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018 

Nikki Haley resigns as American ambassador to UN

One of the best US diplomats who bravely stood up to the evil forces at the UN is stepping down from her current job:
Nikki Haley resigned Tuesday as the US ambassador to the United Nations, in the latest departure from President Donald Trump's national security team.

Meeting Haley in the Oval Office, Trump said that Haley had done a "fantastic job" and would leave at the end of the year."

She told me probably six months ago," Trump told reporters, that '"I want to take a little time off.'

"A successor will be named "in the next two or three weeks," he said. [...]

Haley has pressed for a hard line on Iran, justified US cuts to foreign assistance and earlier this year led the United States in bolting from the UN Human Rights Council, accusing it of bias against Washington and close ally Israel.

At the recent UN General Assembly session, Haley took the highly unusual step for a senior diplomat of joining street protesters against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, shouting from a megaphone that the leftist leader should leave office. [...]

She listed hawkish policies to pressure Iran and the Palestinians, and the ground-breaking diplomatic outreach to communist North Korea.

"All of those things have made a huge difference in the US standing, but I can tell you that the US is strong again. The US is strong in a way it should make all Americans proud," Haley said.
I agree she did a very admirable job at the UN, and hope she'll be around for another prominent role in US politics. The Times of India was also impressed, noting she's got Indian heritage, and she's done them proud too.

I do hope the Trump administration's got somebody else just as talented to fill the void she'll be leaving. The UN's still as evil as ever, with the UNESCO division having again sided with the PLO by declaring Rachel's Tomb "part of occupied palestinian territory", along with the Tomb of Patriarchs. A message has to be made clear we will not stand for this, and it's also high time for the US to withdraw from the UN. Israel should too.

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An incendiary balloon was found in Jerusalem

This is the possibly the second time a jihadist balloon gimmick was discovered in a populated area around Jerusalem:
Police units in Jerusalem responded to a suspicious balloon found in a building site in the central area of Emek Refaim.

[...] Later, incendiary kites and balloons began landing in Gush Etzion, near Jerusalem. Due to the distance and local topography, it is expected that incendiary materials landing in Gush Etzion were sent not by Gazan terrorists, but by Palestinian Authority (PA) terrorists.

This is the first time an incendiary balloon has landed in Jerusalem. However, an incendiary kite landed in a Jerusalem yard in July.
It's entirely likely some PLO jihadists were responsible. But this is also because authorities refuse to enter Gaza and do anything about this.

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UK Labour party supporters racially abuse black Tory candidate for London mayor

Shaun Bailey, a black candidate for London mayor who's a member of the Conservative party, has come under a horrific racist assault by Labour party supporters, in a demonstration of what it's really like under the leftist mask (Hat tip: Breitbart):
Shaun Bailey, the Tory contender for Mayor of London, today revealed how he has been subjected to appalling racist attacks by Labour supporters.

The London Assembly member has been called a “vile disgusting Uncle Tom”, a “lying coconut” and a “token ethnic” since announcing he wanted to challenge Sadiq Khan for City Hall. Mr Bailey condemned the abuse and called for the mayoral election campaign to be a “battle of ideas” on issues affecting millions of Londoners, such as housing, transport and crime.

He told the Evening Standard: “We cannot have a contest that is plagued by racial abuse, mud-slinging and identity politics.

These attacks are poisoning the well of public debate and have no place in a modern, progressive tolerant Britain,”
he said.
This is what the Labour party's come down to under Jeremy Corbyn, evidently. Never truly in favor of POC, and if somebody of a black background dares to step out of line, they'll declare it perfectly fine to abuse them to the fullest. In some ways, they're even worse now than the Democrat party in the USA, and if, heaven forfend, the Labour party comes to power again, they'll spell disaster everywhere.

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Monday, October 08, 2018 

EU ambassador's stance on violence is questionable

Israeli deputy minister and former ambassador Michael Oren questioned the sincerity of his European counterpart Emanuele Giaufret after looking over the statement the latter gave following the jihadist murder in Barkan:
EU Ambassador to Israel Emanuele Giaufret wrote following the attack: "Following the developing news on the attack in Barkan industrial area in the West Bank this morning. My condolences to the families of the victims. May the perpetrator be brought to justice. Violence can never be condoned."

Oren, who previously served as Israeli Ambassador to the United States, took issue with Ambassador Giaufret's ending sentence.

“EU again condemns terrorist murders of innocent Israelis by saying ‘violence can never be condoned,'” Oren wrote on his Twitter account. “The EU never says that when terrorists kill Europeans. Could it be that the EU agrees with the Palestinian terrorist’s motivations just not his methods?”
I'd say there's a valid issue here. If they turn their backs on their own populace when terrorist attacks take place there, why should we believe they're sincere when tragedy happens in Israel? I'd say Giaufret has some clarification to make.

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