You’ve heard it a hundred times: “TRUMP IS LITERALLY HITLER!” But when you look past the click-bait rhetoric and compare actual policies, it’s obvious the Hillary has far more similarities to the Führer…
The Daily Mail has this on the father of Lexi, the girl taken from the Page family, the only family she has known:
The Signal newspaper, the local paper notes:
Here are a couple audio excerpts from Michael Medved and Dennis Prager who noted this travesty of justice:
Here is an open letter to Chief Gary Batton of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma from Lexi’s Uncle:
Wintery Knight has an excellent post on how guns cut crime… ending the post with the above video and the his concluding thoughts:
Meanwhile, in Germany, women are dragged into subways to be raped by “migrants” [e.g., Muslims] (h/t, Creeping Sharia).
I bet these German’s wish they had a 2nd Amendment:
I say “ban” in that the Democrat on the Commission seem concerned apparently with conservative media (um, because it rocks the hizznouse… Drudge pulls down mass visits!), so publishing news stories and books may be prohibited during election cycles. The saying goes, there is a little dictator waiting to get out of every Democrat. Here is the Washington Examiner’s story on this:
The chairman of the Federal Election Commission today blasted Democratic colleagues opposed to his effort to protect conservative media after they imposed rules on the publisher of Rep. Paul Ryan‘s new book, opening the door to future book regulations — or even a ban.
“By failing to affirm this publisher’s constitutional right, statutory right, to disseminate a political book free from FEC conditions and regulations, we have effectively asserted regulatory jurisdiction over a book publisher,” warned Chairman Lee E. Goodman, one of three Republicans on the six-person FEC.
“That failure reveals a festering legal uncertainty and chill for the free press rights of books and book publishers to publish and disseminate political books free from government regulation,” he added.
His comments after the FEC OK’d Republican Ryan’s request to promote his new book, The Way Forward, were immediately and sharply rebuked by Democratic Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub. “No one is banning books,” she said.
Weintraub also hit Goodman for suggesting “that we are motivated by partisan bias, which is really not appreciated and untrue. I want to categorically deny that.”
The hard feelings continued after the morning session when Democrats on the commission refused to attend subsequent meetings, according to an insider.
And Goodman and the two other Republicans on the commission issued a six-page critique [below] of the commission’s vote on the Ryan book that slapped the constraints imposed on the publisher and on how Ryan’s re-election campaign and leadership political action committee, Prosperity Action, can promote the book on websites.
Since becoming chairman, Goodman has been pushing to expand protections for all media and has noted how Democrats on the panel have been eager to nick at freedoms for conservative media while Republicans have been voting for broader protections even for liberals like Democratic financier George Soros.
He recently warned that conservative online media, like the Drudge Report, could face regulation as Democrats move to tighten the so-called “media exemption” that lets the press cover politics any way they want.
Muslims in Europe: 75% think only one interpretation of Qur’an possible; 65% think Islamic supersedes secular law; 45% think Jews cannot be trusted
How did the Tiny Minority of Extremists get their opinions accepted by so many among the Vast Majority of Peaceful Muslims? “How widespread is Islamic fundamentalism in Western Europe?,” by Erik Voeten in the Washington Post, December 13 (thanks to all who sent this in):
One narrative about Muslim immigrants in Europe is that only a relatively small proportion holds views that are sometimes labeled as “fundamentalist.” Ruud Koopmans from the Wissenschaftszentrum in Berlin argues that this perspective is incorrect. He conducted a telephone survey of 9,000 respondents in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, and Sweden and interviewed both Turkish and Moroccan immigrants as well as a comparison group of Christians.
His first finding is that majorities of Muslim immigrants believe that there is only one interpretation of the Koran possible to which every Muslim should stick (75 percent), and that religious rules are more important than the laws of the country in which they live (65 percent). Moreover, these views are as widespread among younger Muslims as among older generations.
He then looks at hostility toward out-groups. Fifty-eight percent do not want homosexual friends, 45 percent think that Jews cannot be trusted, and 54 percent believe that the West is out to destroy Muslim culture….
…the finding that 54 percent of Muslims in these six Western European countries believe that the West is out to destroy Muslim culture can hardly be ignored. A Dutch newspaper, Trouw, cites Arabist Jan Jaap de Ruiter who argues that Muslims have a tendency to give “socially desirable” answers to survey questions. Even if this is true, I’d still be very concerned that the apparent socially desirable answer is that Jews should not be trusted and that the West is out to get Muslims. An added concern is the absence of generational differences in the survey responses; suggesting that this is not an issue that is likely to go away any time soon.
Indeed not. But be careful, Voeten. Talking about this too much will get you branded “racist” and “Islamophobic,” even as you try to hedge around that possibility by tarring as “extremist” those who, like Geert Wilders, are trying to address this problem realistically.
The Oerlikon Millennium 35mm Naval Gun System is a Close-in weapon system designed by Oerlikon (a Rheinmetall subsidiary) for mounting on ships. It is based on the new Oerlikon 35 mm revolver cannon land based Air defense system, and uses AHEAD ammunition. A device in the barrel measures the exact speed of each round as it is fired, and automatically sets the fuse to detonate the round as it approaches a pre-set distance from the target. Each round disperses over 150 small projectiles to strike the incoming target. Whilst these are too small to do major damage in themselves, the accumulation of damage from multiple strikes is expected to destroy wings and control surfaces, sensors and aerodynamics, causing the target to crash. Other firing modes are designed to be effective against surface targets such as small fast attack boats.
The Millennium gun is easy to install as it requires no through deck penetration and needs no supply of coolant, air or ship’s power to operate. However, it does need a power supply to recharge its batteries. Installation can take as little as sixty minutes and requires only six square metres of deck space. A Millennium gun and 120 rounds weighs 3,200 kg. The gun’s cupola is claimed to have a low radar cross section.
The weapon carries an onboard electro-optical system which relays imagery to an operator console from which it is aimed and fired. The computer system uses an open architecture and is claimed to be compatible with many existing fire control systems.
35mm caliber Swiss-german revolver cannon, it fires a sophisticated tungsten fragmentation promity fuze high explosive amunition. The rate of fire is 1050 rpm and the muzzle velocity 1170 mps.
WHY? You may ask. Because PhotoBucket does not allow for academics (yes, I consider myself one) to upload historical photos that have anything to do with “bad history.” My first post reads as follows — Which is an email i sent them about this censorship:
My reasoning for this with PhotoBucket:
You have removed photos that are historical in nature. I am not racist (I have a black grandmother and grew up in an all black neighborhood in Detroit where ALL my friends were black). The image removed was a picture of the first known Swastika known of in Germany posted by an occult group in Germany, the Thule Society. Hitler and his racist/occultic cohorts were part of or affiliated with this occult group and were heavily influenced by this cult being themselves heavily influenced by the Theosophical Society of Madam Blavatsky (where the “great white brotherhood” doctrine and the term “aryan” came from). This is a historical poster that depicts this first known swastika in Germany in 1917. You obviously have someone there at photobucket who is reacting to this in an unknowledgeable manner.
Also, another picture removed is one showing how evolutionary theory depicts black persons. There was a black man displayed in the NY Zoo in the early 1900’s and many Australian Aborigines lost their lives and had their graves dug up in the name of science. They were considered missing links in lieu of the Darwinian narrative. Again, I am not racist, I am merely showing how secular scientific ideas promulgate racist tendencies. I believe the Biblical narrative that we are all from one man and woman (genesis), and as Acts 17:26 says we are all from one blood. However, neo-Darwinian thinking (before the mitochondrial DNA studies which support the Genesis understanding of lineage) said that humans are evolved from three separate lineages: the Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid. This drove the racial view that Harvard professor Stephen J. Gould mentioned drove racist ideals:
“Biological arguments for racism may have been common before 1850, but they have increased by orders of magnitude following the acceptance of evolutionary theory” (Stephen Jay Gould, Ontogeny and Phylogeny, [Harvard Press; 1977] p.p. 127-128).
This photo that was taken down was in reference to these early Darwinian understandings (and thus are historical) of race and race relations. Which I AGREE ARE HORRIBLE! I expect these to be replaced and someone — if they are to take other photos like these down in the future consider my racial heritage, my theological outlook, and my historical understanding and stance on these issue. If someone mistakenly complains about these photos not know my background, degrees, and the like, you should not simply take them down out of reaction to an un-educated complaint.
I then asked this in a seperate email:
Does PhotoBucket recommend another site that allows academics to upload their images? Because what you are saying is that academics are not welcome here. Also, you are painting Hinduism as images that abuse your policy (Beheading):
I expect this to be taken down as well, as they are Swastikas:
Your policy, with which you judged my photos is backfiring a bit? Wouldn’t you agree. This next photo is very offensive and possibly even worn by a German who personally gassed Jews (Third Reich medal):
According to your reasoning, all these have to be taken down.
So here is my first post that will always remain here to remind people of the lunacy of Political Correctness.
What you have here is the first known example of a Swastika in Germany. It is a political poster from 1919 published by the Thule Society. The Thule Society was an occultic group with ties to Hitler and others that I have mentioned herein. Their belief structure is similar to the New Age movement of today.