Friday, August 17, 2007

Friday Afternoon Roundup -

In Israel as the political backbiting is reaching critical levels, Olmert's motorcade managed to hit a 10 year old girl crossing the street on a green light. It almost seems as if Olmert is finding new and better ways to stamp the mark of cain on his forehead knowing that the public will not do anything about it. The Olmert regime has become as corrupt and rotten as the ancien regime in France and as arrogantly certainly that nothing can touch them.

Just to reaffirm that, the walking gargoyle who heads Yisrael Beiteinu, Avigdor Lieberman along with Shas have both announced that they're staying in the government and plan to "work from the inside".

There are of course only two types of people who work from the inside. Bank robbers and collaborators. Yisrael Beinteinu insists on being considered part of the National Camp even as it fosters the most destructive government in Israel's history while Avigdor Lieberman nurses his delusional dreams of becoming Prime Minister. Meanwhile Shas is propping up a government which Yediot Aharonot has reported is considered giving away the Kotel. Luckily Shas is too busy counting up the shekels it collects for its Batei Midrashim to be concerned with Bayit Hashem.

Yisrael Beiteinu, whose MK David Rotem, had proclaimed he would be willing to blow up the Kotel for peace, has common ground in this with Shas. Yisrael Beiteinu and Shas may outwardly represent Russian secularists vs Sefardi Haredim but they have one thing in common, a willingness to sell out everything from G-d and Country, to pander to their own communities and keep the shekels flowing to their own institutions and power bases.

In the news roundup, Ted Belman has a post citing Dr. Ron Breiman, The “peace process” is an existential threat

Only he who cannot observe the mendacity of the “peace process” - that inevitably led to the loss of about 1,500 Jewish lives as well as thousand of Arab lives - does not realize that hundreds of thousands of secular “orange” citizens see an existential threat in the continued rolling down along the leftist slant. Strenger uses words regarding human life as a universal value, but disregards the enormous loss of lives as a result of the Orwellian “peace process.”

It is time to show that he who talks a true Zionist language can attract the majority of Israeli electorate, both secular and religious, which is sick and tired of the lies and dangers of the last 14 years, since the Oslo disaster. The Israeli public is fed up with falsity of the “enlightened” and prefers hearing the truth, even if it means blood, sweat and tears. The Israeli public does not need the thought police of “peace,” but truth and hope.

Lemon Lime Moon has a post on the Islamization of the Liberty Science Center

Considering where this center is.. just across the water from NY and the resting place of over 3,000 people murdered by Islam, it is a giant middle finger sticking up. Money, however , talks.

In Pennsylvania it seems that a memorial to the heroes of the flight that Islamic peoples tried to hijack, is being made in an islamic shape by its architect.
Once again..does money talk here also?

New York City has an islamic high school opening. The very city that Islam choose to murder 3,000 innocent people will allow this? gain, where is the money? Who is driving new cars and who has bulging bank accounts somewhere

Front Page Magazine carries the Debbie Schlussel story on Wayne Kramer's immigration melodrama Crossing Over which I contributed to. I have also been quoted by the One Jerusalem blog.

Debbie at Right Truth has an important post on the ties between Russia's oil money and its military threat to the United States, Russian oil money for military build-up headed West

Maggie's Notebook has an exclusive interview with Executive Director of Vets For Freedom, Pete Hegseth

Finally Daled Amos has a post on Israel and the Kurds

The ties between Israel and the Kurds were severed almost in one fell swoop in the mid-1970s, and since then Israel has vanished from the scene. But not the memories.

At every corner, office, street and booth where I could say I was from Israel, the response was a thumbs-up, sometimes with both thumbs, or the word "brothers," spoken in English. Some spoke of a feeling of betrayal or abandonment, others as though they had lost family.

At every opportunity, someone spoke longingly about a Jewish friend or neighbor who had emigrated to Israel, and one person even had images from Israel as his screen saver.

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