Showing posts from May, 2008


The Absolutely True Story of How Barack Obama Liberated Auschwitz and Saved the Universe

by Barack Tojo Obama It was the spring of '43, 1843 and in every American home there was talk of only one thing, the war. Everyone knew that the war was a mistake. FDR had lied to the American people, word on the street was that he had known about Pearl Harbor before it had even happened. Some said that there had been no Japanese planes, only explosives planted on the ships and wired to explode. The rest was faked in a Jewish Hollywood movie studio. But none of that mattered, we were in the war and every day tens of thousands of young men from Kansas were coming home burned to death. As the son of a housewife from Kansas and a serial philanderer from Kenya, I naturally tried to do what I could to bring my audacity of hope to them. Every day I would go out and meet and talk with many of the fallen heroes who were returning home to an America that was poorer and had fewer jobs to offer them. An America that was racially divided and in which the OSS had been given greater powers than

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Obama, Ireland and Olmert

Well this week has been heavy on Obama blogging. I realize this is of less interest to readers from Europe and Israel, so aside from a Sunday post or unless any shocking exposes turn up, I think that will be it for a while. In Europe the fate of the EU is hanging in the balance and so is that of Eurabia. It's an odd twist of fate that has the Irish shouldering the burden to preserve civilization once more. The Telegraph has a good article tying together the troubles in the American economy and the fate of free trade in Europe. If you tend to believe that Soros may have had a hand in creating that weakness, then the picture begins to grow really dark. We are witnessing Europe's Prague Spring - as my colleague Daniel Hannan puts it - the moment the EU loses its legitimacy. Yes, the system endures. The tribes acquiesce. But the idealism is draining away. Can anyone really claim that the Lisbon Treaty is rooted in the democratic assent of the French, Dutch, British, Danes, Swedes,

Obama's Racist Spiritual Advisors Video Roundup

This of it as TRL for the crazy racist preachers surround Messiah in Waiting, Barack Hussein Obama. 1. First up of course is the Reverend Jeremiah Wright . After all no listing of Obama's crazy racist preachers could be complete without the man who joyously shrieked God Damn America after 9/11, claimed the government created AIDS and blamed Italians like Giuliani for killing Jesus. Like Obama, Wright was born into the upper middle class and today is well in the upper class. Also like Obama, Wright had a Muslim background which he made the most of by creating a Church that incorporated Black Muslim ideas via Black libertationist theology that was heavy on the race baiting. For 20 years Jeremiah Wright has been Obama's close personal friend and spiritual advisor. Obama's family goes to Wright's church, Trinity, and Obama lifted "The Audacity of Hope" from Wright's sermons. When videos like this first went national, Obama tried to dance around them with a c

Mohammed the Mad Bomber and the Cult of Death

Ever since the West has committed itself to fighting a war on terrorism, it's worth asking, what exactly is terrorism. Critics snidely remark that it isn't possible to fight a war on an emotion and in doing so they miss the point. Inflicting terror on the enemy has always been a significant part of war. From war paint to trumpets to banners and colors to mutilation to atrocities and massacres, terrorizing the enemy has always been a means to break his spirit and force a retreat, defeat or surrender. What is unique today is that the enemy we are fighting is so utterly incompetent on the battlefield that they must resort to terror as their chief and primary weapon. Until terrorists get their hands on weapons of mass destruction (a time that may not be too far away), terrorism is simply a weapon of terror. A loosely focused means of intimidating, destroying morale and forcing concessions and retreats without actually doing much good on the battlefield. Suicide bombing is at the he

Obama's Real Plan for Iran

On the same day that close foreign policy advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski accused Jews who criticize Obama of McCarthyism, an op-ed penned by Brzezinski along with his former number two, former NSA Director William Odom, appeared in the Washington Post laying out what is likely to be Obama's real plan for Iran. As a preview of what the "Nephew/Grandson" of the Liberator of Auschwitz's policy would be, it's both disturbing and ominous. Negotiate with Iran without pre-conditions. Play along with the charade of a civilian Iranian nuclear industry. Turn a blind eye to violations. Remove sanctions. Prevent any Israeli pre-emptive strike against the reactor. Deride anyone who disagrees as paranoid. It's Munich all over again. Between the two of them Brzezinski and Odom represent a fair measure of the things have gone wrong in American foreign policy and are the two most vocal advocates for not merely appeasing Iran, but allying with the Mullahs. As Brzezinski's fo

Obama and the Jews

The part time occupation of the part time Jews in the major media outlets for the last week or so has been to tackle Obama's Jewish problem head on, in the same way that major corporations tackle the public revelation their product is fatally toxic to babies-- by shaking their heads, smiling weakly and assuring us that it's all in our heads. If we're to believe the New York Times, the Washington Post and the rest of the good people at Media Central, the whole Jewish problem with Obama is the result of some provocative emails sent out by Karl Rove in his spare time that unfairly paint Obama as a Muslim to some gullible senior citizens. "There, there," the media assures these elders, "Obama isn't a Muslim. He's the Messiah come to lead us to the promised land of big government, Cuban quality health care and environmental taxes on every ounce of bread we eat." And on the way there he may stop by the Middle East to lead Hamas to Jerusalem. "Has

No Tears for Ted

I'm sure this comes at an unwelcome time when even conservative bloggers are doing their best to make their expressions of sympathy for Ted Kennedy. As gauche as it might be I'm afraid that I have no such expressions of sympathy for offer. I don't wish him ill, but neither am I going to shed any tears for a man guilty of at least one murder and who freely offered his services to the KGB for own political interests. There are bad men in the Senate and then there are very bad men and Ted Kennedy easily slides into the latter category. That after a lifetime of morbid alcoholism he developed a brain tumor at the age of 76 is not something that should be a cause for mourning. He lived a long full and well off life and he isn't dead yet. Instead he will have access to the best in medical treatments that a politically connected millionaire can afford. And even if he dies he will have lived more than twice as long as Mary Jo Kopechne who died at the age of 29. It's a safe

Reclaiming Lag Ba'omer as Yom Yerushalayim

With the coming of another Lag Ba'omer that sees Yerushalayim in greater peril than ever, it is time to look back and reclaim it as the original Yom Yerushalayim, the day of Jerusalem's liberation from Roman rule that failed. Today that history is barely remembered at all as the days of abstention leading up to Lag Ba'omer and Lag Ba'omer itself were encoded to survive through the persecutions of the Roman era and then were all but lost. The days of abstention around it and the rituals of the day that survive, the bonfires and the bows and arrows have also lost their meaning and become identified with various spiritual ideas. Remembered today for the deaths of tens of thousands of Rabbi Akiva's students in a plague, this was a means of encoding the truth of what happened, that the plague was a plague of Roman swords. Rabbi Akiva who served as the prime Rabbinic leader of the rebellion against Rome and continued to resist Roman tyranny until his execution, lost tens

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Chavez, Communism, Obama and the Slug Fest

It's been another long week as the slugging match between Obama and Hillary continues. In Israel it's pretty clear that the door has been opened to kick Olmert out, but that's no reason for celebration, it's been opened by his former political allies to kick him out and replace him with Livni and continue the process of surrendering to the terrorists. Wake Up America goes into the case for bombing Iran I would suggest that it's pretty difficult to prosecute any war without getting 'bogged down'. I would suggest that it's the nature of warfare to get bogged down. We were bogged down in Vietnam and Korea, and we were bogged down for four long years in both the Pacific and in Europe during WWII. Consider this: Had we not invaded Iraq and taken down Saddam we would now be facing two formidable ME powers both feverishly building nuclear weapons capabilities. If Saddam were still around does anyone honestly think that he would just sit idly by while Ahmadineja

The Madness of Civilized Nations

"Prison authorities at the Ayalon Prison in Ramle discriminated against Jewish security prisoners on Holocaust Day. Authorities forbade the prisoners to leave their high security cells to attend the ceremony but allowed Arabs prisoners to attend instead. Prison authorities said they refused the request from the Jewish prisoners to attend the ceremony for their own safety." There is one root moral imperative that must coded into the political DNA of any nation and that is to protect its own survival. Nations whose political classes transgress against this first and foremost imperative are perverted into legitimizing their own national self-destruction. Their rituals, their most sacred memories become symbols without substance and words without meaning. Their greatest national impulses are transformed into a crazed babble, a self-wounding madness. Their altars are shattered, their flags torn down and in their sacred documents defiled by their own doing. Patri

Fiddling about Global Warming while Terrorism Burns

After years of trying to insist that terrorism was a) our fault b) an exaggerated myth c) kills less people a year than cancer d) would go away if we just apologized to everyone, liberals have realized that the best way to distract from a real crisis isn't to pretend that it isn't there, but to promote a larger phony crisis to distract attention from it while serving their own ideological aims. If the War on Terror was concerned with the petty deaths of thousands or millions or the welfare of the Free World, the War on Global Warming was to be concerned with nothing more and nothing less than the destruction of the world. Little else could be expected from a cause so heavily identified with Hollywood and most widely promoted through a movie. After all if there is one thing that Hollywood has it's a flair for the dramatic and a talent for distracting people with the absurd. Forget about suitcase bombs in your cities, the Global Warming industry cries, pretty soon the whole w

Identity Politics: The Nuclear Weapon of Liberalism

Identity politics with its accompanying distortions of reality has come to rest at the center of our culture. And at the heart of identity politics is selfishness, the ego. Identity politics is the banner of the self-centered giving rise to a culture of perpetual victimization in which everyone can aspire to the identity of a victim, a martyr of their own narrative. Identity politics is the nuclear weapon of liberalism, the final blow that transforms history and fact into narrative and perspective, that fragments nations, books and morals into broken kaleidoscopic images reflecting another identity construct. When people who grew up in a time of certainties wonder what happened to their nation, to idea of right and wrong that had once seemed so clear but is now shattered into splinters-- the answer rests there. Identity politics is the force behind the transformation of objective standards into subjective prejudices. And so today we can no longer agree on what morals are, on what facts

Obama is too Old and Confused to be President

McCain is too Old and Confused to be President. That's the message that Obama supporters are trying to put out and they have a point. After all McCain is clearly old. McCain is an aged 71 while Obama is a spring chicken at the tender age of 46. Unlike McCain, Obama is unconfused and on the ball all the time. For example Obama knows that there are 57 states in the Union and he's visited every one of them. Particularly Mars. Obama knows that 10,000 people died in a Kansas tornado that killed only 10 people. Clearly math was never his strong subject. At Selma, Obama informed us that his parents met four years after he was born and that his Kenyan diplomat father had a flag draped coffin . He knows that Canada's Prime Minister is actually a President Obama knows they speak Arabic in Afghanistan and that there are poppy fields in Iraq Obama knows that Matt Lauer is really Tim Russert Obama had no idea whatsoever that his home church and the reverend with whom he had a 20 ye

Consensual Muslim Reality and the Mind of Abdullah

"Twenty-one-year-old Ramallah resident Sultan Abdullah Sulieman was recently released from the Ofer Prison. He said that during one interrogation session, Israeli soldiers brought an "Iraqi girl" called "Nora" into the room. "Nora" danced "seductively" in front of Suleiman, moving close to him before moving away. Abdullah (21 years) from Ramallah said that the Ofer prison warders a new style used in the investigation, where the girl who came and entered the prisoner during interrogation, sitting semi-naked in front of the captive and begin issuing the voices and gestures for tempting him and was approaching the degree of contact with her body and then his body." via Elder of Ziyon The two things Westerners need to remember about Muslims is that they lie compulsively and that they believe their own lies. Variations of this particular absurdity have circulated through Muslim narratives of "torture" not just in Israel but i

The Best of Ron Paul Art

Lately I've been getting emails and comment spam demanding that I revisit the failed candidacy of Ron Paul, which is somehow no longer a failed candidacy because of the attempted hijacking of the Nevada convention. And since it is late at night and no one is reading anyway, I'm happy to revisit it. Behold. In the far future, seconds from now, when historians will gather around their campfires and herd their yaks together to gaze back across the vast oasis of time at the great religious movements of history, they will no doubt cast their glance back at the great epochal tide of religious movements, Edisonism, Glaucology and of course the Ron Paul Campaign. Like any great religious movement the Ron Paul campaign has produced no shortage of great art and it is our manifest destiny here to present them in all their glory. First up from Liberty Editions is the noble and glorious depiction of LibertyLand, the glorious amusement theme park to be created under Ron Paul, whose gates sha

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Obama

"A Moron says what?" "What?" “Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before... We have an obligation to call this what it is –- the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history.” President Bush “It is sad that President Bush would use a speech to the Knesset on the 6Oth anniversary of Israel’s independence to launch a false political attack... George Bush knows that I have never supported engagement with terrorists, and the President’s extraordinary politicization of foreign policy and the politics of fear do nothing to secure the American people or our stalwart ally Israel.” Barack Hussein Obama "An appeaser says what?" Meanwhile in the blog roundup, Boker Tov Boulder has a petition to the Presidential candidates on Israel McCain, Clinton, and Obama need to hear from us that