Sunday, September 30, 2007

They care so much about the "Palestinians" ...

From ...

Posted at 11:08 PM on 9/29/2007 by David Horowitz

Arafat's Jihad: the Palestinians have never been interested in a state. They are part of the Islamo-fascist jihad against the West.

Arafat's Johannesburg Speech.

Below are excerpts from a speech given by PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat on May 10, 1994, in a mosque in Johannesburg, South Africa. The text was transcribed directly from a tape recording of Arafat's address. Arafat's English is far from perfect, and his grammar is often choppy. Editorial comments and clarifications are in square brackets.

Arafat: Jihad to Liberate Jerusalem The Jihad [Islamic holy war] will continue, and Jerusalem is not [only] for the Palestinian people, it is for all the Muslim nation. You are responsible for Palestine and for Jerusalem before me [applause], the land which had been blessed for the whole world. Now after this agreement you have to understand our main battle. Our main battle is Jerusalem. Jerusalem. The first shrine of the Moslems. This has to be understood for everybody and for this I was insisting before signing to have a letter from them, the Israelis, that Jerusalem is one of the items which has to be under discussion and not the state, the permanent State of Israel! No! It is the permanent State of Palestine [applause]. Yes, it is the permanent State of Palestine. And in this letter it is very important for everybody to know I insist to mention and they have written it, and I have this letter, I didn't declare and publish it until now. In this letter we are responsible for all the Christian and the Moslem and Islamic holy sacred places. I have to speak frankly, I can't do it alone without the support of the Islamic nation. I can't do it alone. No, you have to come and to fight and to start the Jihad to liberate Jerusalem, your first shrine. In the agreement I insist with my colleagues, with my brothers, to mention that not exceeding the beginning of the third year, and after -- directly after -- the signing of their agreement, to start discussing the future of Jerusalem. The future of Jerusalem. What they are saying is that [Jerusalem] is their capital. No, it is not their capital. It is our capital. It is the first shrine of the Islam and the Moslems. This agreement, I am not considering it more than the agreement which had been signed between our prophet Mohammed and Koraish, and you remember the Caliph Omar had refused this agreement and [considered] it a despicable truce. [Ed. note: The agreement with Koraish allowed Mohammed to pray in Mecca, which was under Koraish control, for ten years. When Mohammed grew stronger two years later, he abrogated the agreement, slaughtered the tribe of Koraish and conquered Mecca.] But Mohammed had accepted it and we are accepting now this peace offer. But to continue our way to Jerusalem, to the first shrine together and not alone. We are in need of you as Moslems, as warriors of Jihad [in Arabic, Mujaheddin].

Hat tip:

The Soros Threat To Democracy

His propaganda machine is bigger than yours ... Editorials, Political Cartoons, and Polls from Investor's Business Daily - The Soros Threat To Democracy

Clarence Thomas: My Grandfather's Son

All I can say is ...What a Great Guy

Part I: My Grandfather's Son
Part II: The Integrator
Part III: Going North
Part IV: A Conservative in Washington — And the Personal Struggles
Part V: Finding Peace
Part VI: Becoming a Judge — and perhaps a Justice
Part VII: 'Traitorous' Adversaries: Anita Hill and the Senate Democrats
Part VIII: Rebuilding a Life

Mets Complete Collapse, Lose 8-1 to Florida After Glavine Gives Up 7 in First Inning

I guess I have to reference this, however painful ...

My Way - Sports News: Mets Complete Collapse

This guy needs to mucho take it easy

If you've never seen him before, here is Islamic Rage Boy, in an interview ...

Studies Say Biofuels May Increase Global Warming -- 09/27/2007

Studies Say Biofuels May Increase Global Warming -- 09/27/2007

Democrat Wants Higher Gas Taxes, New Carbon Fees -- 09/27/2007

Democrat Wants Higher Gas Taxes, New Carbon Fees -- 09/27/2007

Ah, now the Global Warming/Climate Change/Greenhouse Gas/Caron Emissions hysteria makes perfect sense ... We've all been set up to believe we are completely doomed, and that we can only be saved, yes SAVED, by higher, much higher taxes. And the good thing about it? It is GOOD for us! The new taxes will not only SAVE our lives by diverting imminent doom, but will also extend our very lives through FREE health care!!!! We should not just embrace this new scheme (I mean plan), but GLORIFY it! We should bless and kiss the very behinds of these clever politicians who have no only come up with this great plan to extract EVEN MORE of our income, but we shall actually thank them for it as well!

Friday, September 28, 2007

Iran, Osama and 9/11

Iran, the fountainhead of worldwide terror, explained ...

FrontPageMag: "Iran, Osama and 9/11"

Monday, September 10, 2007

When will she go away ???!!!

I don't even know why I am posting this ... It is disgusting and horrible!!! She seems so medicated. Poor Britney cannot even walk on her own! It is quite sad, really. She is an empty shell of a person.

Friday, September 07, 2007

"Osama" touting DNC talking points again ...

Seriously. This is a joke. Whatever shread of belief I had that this jerk must somehow still be alive is obliterated with the release of this phony video. The real question is, who made it, and to what end? Republicans? Democrats? The White House House? The Pentagon? The CIA? Karl Rove? Iranian Mullahs? I'm sure Osama doesn't even know what a so-called neoconservative is. The Noam Chomsky plug is perhaps the silliest part. Osama bin Missin' is SUCH an intellectual!!!!

Political Radar: New OBL Tape: Iraq, Democratic Control

... "You permitted Bush to complete his first term, and stranger still, chose him for a second term, which gave him a clear mandate from you -- with your full knowledge and consent -- to continue to murder our people in Iraq and Afghanistan. Then you claim to be innocent! The innocence of yours is like my innocence of the blood of your sons on the 11th -- were I to claim such a thing." ... Bin Laden says President Bush's words echo "neoconservatives like Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Richard Perle." ... He goes on to call Noam Chomsky "among one of the most capable of those from your own side," and mentions global warming and "the Kyoto accord."

Monday, September 03, 2007

I think Ian was here to witness this presidential address ...

Bush Address to Troops : "Heroic Labor At the site of success."

Thank you all. General, thank you very much. It’s an honor to be with you.

As you know, today is Labor Day back home — (hooah) — so I thought I’d come by to thank you for all your hard work. (Hooah.) Every day — every day — you show bravery under incredibly difficult circumstances. Every day you’re doing work on the sands of Anbar that is making it safer in the streets of America. And every day the United States of America is grateful for what you’re doing. I want you to tell your families the Commander-in-Chief stopped by to say hello, and he said, I’m incredibly proud to be the Commander-in-Chief of such a great group of men and women. (Applause.)

I’m keeping pretty good company, as you can see. I brought out the A Team so they could be with the folks who are making a significant difference in this war against these radicals and extremists. In Anbar you’re seeing firsthand the dramatic differences that can come when the Iraqis are more secure. In other words, you’re seeing success.

You see Sunnis who once fought side by side with al Qaeda against coalition troops now fighting side by side with coalition troops against al Qaeda. Anbar is a huge province. It was once written off as lost. It is now one of the safest places in Iraq. (Hooah.) Because of your hard work, because of your bravery and sacrifice, you are denying al Qaeda a safe haven from which to plot and plan and carry out attacks against the United States of America. What you’re doing here is making this country safer, and I thank you for your hard work. (Hooah.)

The surge of operations that began in June is improving security throughout Iraq. The military successes are paving the way for the political reconciliation and economic progress the Iraqis need to transform their country. When Iraqis feel safe in their own homes and neighborhoods, they can focus their efforts on building a stable, civil society with functioning government structures at the local and provincial and national levels. And that’s important, because a free Iraq, an Iraq that’s an ally against these extremists and murderers will be a major defeat for the terrorists.

Earlier today I met with some of the tribal sheiks here in Anbar. It was a really interesting meeting. And at the table were the leaders of the central government, as well. They told me that the kind of bottom-up progress that your efforts are bringing to Anbar is vital to the success and stability of a free Iraq. See, Iraqis need this stability to build a more peaceful future. And America needs this stability to prevent the chaos that allows the terrorists to set up bases from which they can plot and plan attacks on our homeland.

The very people that you helped the Iraqis defeat in Anbar swore allegiance to the man that ordered the attack on the United States of America. What happens here in Anbar matters to the security of the United States.

And so I thank you for your sacrifice. I thank you for volunteering in the face of danger. I thank you for your courage and your bravery. Every day you are successful here in Iraq draws nearer to the day when America can begin calling you and your fellow servicemen and women home.

But I want to tell you this about the decision — about my decision about troop levels. Those decisions will be based on a calm assessment by our military commanders on the conditions on the ground — not a nervous reaction by Washington politicians to poll results in the media. (Hooah.) In other words, when we begin to draw down troops from Iraq, it will be from a position of strength and success, not from a position of fear and failure. To do otherwise would embolden our enemies and make it more likely that they would attack us at home. If we let our enemies back us out of Iraq, we will more likely face them in America. If we don’t want to hear their footsteps back home, we have to keep them on their heels over here. And that’s exactly what you’re doing, and America is safer for it.

In Anbar you’re doing this hard work every day. We’ve all come to say thank you. We’ve come to tell you the American people are standing with you. They’re grateful for your sacrifice. As Commander-in-Chief, I’m proud to be in your presence on this Labor Day. I ask for God’s blessings on you and your family, and may God continue to bless America. Thank you. (Applause.)