Sunday, March 18, 2018

The Democratic party embracing anti-Semitism more and more

"....Which brings us to the Democratic Party.
Corbyn’s statement recalled a statement then-Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) made during the 2008 presidential campaign.
“There is a strain within the pro-Israel community that says unless you adopt an unwavering pro-Likud approach to Israel that you’re anti-Israel,” Obama told an audience in Ohio.
Likud is Israel’s ruling party. It won the last three elections. By insinuating that Likud is illegitimate, Obama rejected the legitimacy of Israelis who elect Likud to lead them.
In addition, during the 2008 election and throughout his presidency, Obama diligently obfuscated his associations with antisemites.
Consider his relationship with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Farrakhan is the most prominent and politically powerful antisemite in America.
He has a four-decade record of viciously antisemitic statements along the lines of the posts at the Palestine Live Facebook group. He has called Hitler “a very great man.” He has referred to Judaism as “a gutter religion,” and to Jews as “satanic.” He accused “Jews” of perpetrating the 9/11 attacks.
For Farrakhan, anti-Jewish bigotry has never been a bug in an otherwise wonderful system. Jew hatred has been a central feature of his public life.
During a Democratic primary debate in 2008, moderator Tim Russert asked Obama to comment on the fact that a few days before the debate, Farrakhan endorsed him at a Nation of Islam convention. Referring to Farrakhan respectfully as “Minister Farrakhan,” Obama said dryly, “I have been very clear in my denunciation of Minister Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic comments.”
He added, “I have consistently distanced myself from him.”
When Russert asked him if he rejected Farrakhan’s support, Obama demurred.
“I did not solicit his support. But I can’t say to somebody that he can’t say that he thinks I’m a good guy,” Obama said.
Obama’s relationship with Farrakhan returned to the news in January when photo-journalist Askia Muhammad published a photograph he took of the two men together at a 2005 Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) meeting when Obama was a serving U.S. Senator.
Askia told a reporter that the CBC asked him to hide it.
“I gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy,” to prevent Obama’s association with Farrakhan from harming his future presidential prospects, Askia explained.
“After the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration: then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover.”
Rather than disavowing Farrakhan, after Askia’s photograph was published, leading African American lawmakers have embraced him.
Representative Danny Davis (D-IL) told the Daily Caller that Farrakhan is “an outstanding human being.”
Davis explained that in Chicago, Farrakhan is not a fringe figure.
“I don’t regard Louis Farrakhan as an aberration or anything. I regard him as an outstanding human being who commands a following of individuals who are learned and articulate and he plays a big role in the lives of thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of people.”
As for Farrakhan’s hatred of Jews, “That’s just one segment of what goes on in our world. The world is so much bigger than Farrakhan and the Jewish question and his position on that and so forth.”
A week before Davis called him an “outstanding,” mainstream leader, Farrakhan gave a virulently antisemitic sermon at the Nation of Islam’s Saviors’ Day celebration. He referred to Jews as “satanic” and said, “powerful Jews are my enemies.”
Like the members of Palestine Live Facebook page, Farrakhan promoted the conspiracy theory that Jews control Hollywood and the U.S. government, including the FBI. And the U.S. isn’t the only country controlled by “Satanic Jews”: Poland, Ukraine, France, Germany and Mexico are also controlled by Jews who “take on the culture, the money, the business,” of those countries, he said.
Farrakhan also gave a shout out to Tamika Mallory, one of the leaders of the Women’s March, among the most important organizing forces in the Democratic Party today.
As the Anti-Defamation League noted, “Mallory posted two Instagram photos from the event, which Carmen Perez, another Women’s March organizer, commented on with ‘raise the roof’ emojis.”
Mallory referred to Farrakhan as the “GOAT,” or “Greatest of All Time,” on her Instagram page. Her co-chairs, Perez and Linda Sarsour, have both expressed admiration for Farrakhan. After his statements at the Saviors’ Day sermon gained wide exposure, the Women’s March put out a boilerplate condemnation of racism without mentioning Farrakhan.
Daily Caller Associate Editor Peter Hasson reported that seven Democratic Congressman have held multiple meetings with Farrakhan. And Democratic National Committee Vice-Chairman Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) is one of them. Like then presidential candidate Obama in 2008, Ellison made light of his relationship with Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam when he first ran for Congress in 2006 and during his campaign for DNC Chair in 2016.
None of the 21 Democratic lawmakers who were present at the 2005 CBC meeting with Farrakhan that Obama attended in 2005 responded to Hasson’s request to denounce Farrakhan.
Indeed, far from denouncing him, the CBC has denounced his Jewish critics, and Israel.
When Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN) was questioned about his association with Farrakhan, he attacked Israel and the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC), speaking in the name of the CBC.
The RJC called for Carson and the other Democratic lawmakers who met with Farrakhan to resign. But rather than apologize for embracing a man who applauds Hitler, Carson rejected the legitimacy of the RJC
“That organization doesn’t have any credibility with me,” he declared.
He continued, “The Congressional Black Caucus is asking that organization to condemn [Israeli Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu and the [Israeli] government for discriminating against Africans who are migrating [to Israel], who are fleeing dictatorships, who are fleeing oppression. There’s a great deal of bigotry and racism happening right now they fail to condemn.”
(For factual information on Israel’s treatment of illegal immigration from Africa, see here.)
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has asked DNC Chairman Tom Perez to address his party’s ties to Farrakhan “America’s leading anti-Semite.” To date, Perez has remained mum.
Then there is Obama’s consigliere, Valerie Jarrett. In an appearance on NBC’s The View, Jarrett tried to defend Mallory for her association with Farrakhan. Jarrett comparedMallory’s association with Farrakhan to her association with Rupert Murdoch and the Koch brothers, whom Jarrett met with during her tenure at the White House.
Which brings us back to Britain’s Labour party.
Like Corbyn, the Democrats have responded to the exposure of their close ties to the most powerful antisemite in the United States by deflecting the issue. They have drawn moral equivalences between Farrakhan and the government of Israel, and between Farrakhan and leading conservatives.
They have also embraced him as a “great man” who cannot be dismissed or rejected simply because he seeks the annihilation of the Jewish state of Israel, views the American Jewish community as his “enemy,” thinks the Holocaust was justified, and regards Hitler as a “very great man.”
Until he took over Labour, Corbyn was considered a fringe figure in the Labour party. Likewise, until recently, the Congressional Black Caucus was viewed as being on the leftist margins of the party. But as the forces of the far left have risen to positions of prominence in the party, the CBC has become a major player.
Ellison is not a fringe Democrat. He nearly won the election for DNC chair. His constituency is so large and committed that Perez made him Vice Chairman immediately after he was elected.
Collier’s damning report strengthens the growing sense that Britain’s Labour Party has already gone over the brink. Antisemitism is a central and undeniable rationale for its policies. As for the Democratic Party, it is still possible that the party’s rank-and-file will reject their leadership’s embrace of antisemitism through Farrakhan.
But with each passing day, it is becoming more difficult to imagine that happening.
Caroline Glick is a world-renowned journalist and commentator on the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy, and the author of The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East. Read more at

There has never been a more pro Israel administration

Trump is beloved in Israel. Obama was despised.
Nickey Haley at UN
Orthodox Jew David Friedman US Ambassador
New Secr of State nominee
Mike Pompeo, tapped to become the new secretary of state, is a major hawk on Iran and a fierce defender of Israel.
In particular, Pompeo is a strong opponent of the nuclear deal with Iran.
As the Algemeiner reports:
Pompeo is known for his hawkish views on the Islamic republic and its nuclear program. He has said that former president Barack Obama’s nuclear accord with Iran will not “stop Iran from getting a nuclear bomb” and “places Israel at more risk.” Shortly after President Trump was elected, Pompeo tweeted, “I look forward to rolling back this disastrous deal with the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.”
He also strongly condemned the Obama administration’s claim that the nuclear deal would lead to a less aggressive Iran, saying, “The theory that post-sanctions Iran will moderate is a joke – they want to annihilate Israel.” In addition, Pompeo stated, “Ceasing to call for the destruction of Israel should have been a condition of the Iran Deal.”
Pompeo will likely take a hard line against Iranian expansionism in general, as he has called Iran “a despotic theocracy” and “the vanguard of a pernicious empire that is expanding its power and influence across the Middle East.”
Pompeo's predecessor Rex Tillerson, on the other hand, was seen as weak on Iran and prone to concessions on reforming or dumping the nuclear deal.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Example of how stupid you have to be to be a Democrat

2 months after Trump's tax CUTS, economy booming at record rates. Democrats big plan, tax HIKES. We tried Democratic way under Obama 8 years. result? Worst EVER economic growth over 8 years.

This week, Congressional Democrats released a detailed tax hike plan that they promised to implement if given majority control of the House and Senate after the 2018 midterm elections. So much for the crocodile tears about the deficit--Democrats want to raise taxes not to reduce the debt, but rather to spend that tax hike money on boondoggle projects.

According to numbers released by the Labor Department on Friday, the country added 313,000 jobs in February, more than one-third greater than economists expected and an undeniable signal that Trump’s economic policies are pulling the country out of the eight-year malaise of Barack Obama’s presidency.

Trump is best POTUS Friend Israel has ever had vs Obama who was worst

1. US relationship with Israel best we’ve ever had,’ declares Trump. President Donald Trump welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House on Monday to discuss trade, defense, and the Iranian threat, among other issues.
At the outset of the meeting, Trump commented, “We have right now probably the best relationship with Israel we’ve ever had. We’re as close now as maybe ever before. Jerusalem was a wonderful thing, and I know it was very much appreciated in a big part of the world, not just in Israel, so that was a decision that I had to make.”

2.  In light of Poland's new law forbidding holding Poland partly responsible in any way for Holocaust, Trump bars their Pres.  from White House .

3. Trump's Jerusalem recognition historic. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday called US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital one of the key milestones in the Jewish state’s history, comparing it to several monumental past events.   Israeli PM Netanyahu: "Forever Grateful" To Trump For Jerusalem Statement,
"I want to tell you that the Jewish people have a long memory. So we remember the proclamation of the great King Cyrus the Great — Persian King. Twenty-five hundred years ago, he proclaimed that the Jewish exiles in Babylon can come back and rebuild our temple in Jerusalem. We remember, 100 years ago, Lord Balfour, who issued the Balfour Proclamation that recognized the rights of the Jewish people in our ancestral homeland. We remember seventy years ago, President Harry S. Truman was the first leader to recognize the Jewish state. And we remember how a few weeks ago, President Donald J. Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Mr. President, this will be remembered by our people throughout the ages. And as you just said, others talked about it. You did it.

4. Pence at AIPAC vows Iran nuke deal to end ‘immediately’ if not fixed
5. Obama
a. catastrophic iran deal
b. Most anti-Semitic act in th world in 2016 in UN abstention on his way out the door, according to Simon Wiesenthal 
c. Demanded Israel withdraw to 1947 "Auschwitz" lines
d. always blamed Israel, never palestinians
e. Spent hundreds of millions interfering in Israeli elections
f. Politico published a jaw-dropping, meticulously sourced investigative piece this week detailing how the Obama administration had secretly undermined US law enforcement agency efforts to shut down an international drug-trafficking ring run by the terror group Hezbollah. The effort was part of a wider push by the administration to placate Iran and ensure the signing of the nuclear deal.



Latest anti-Semitic actions

1. New Polish law criminalizes anyone who SAYS Poland helped perpetuate Holocaust.
2. Hamas leader accuses Jews of using Muslim children's blood to make purim Homintaschen
3. Iceland forbids circumcision
4. Abbas: Peace with Israel is ‘treason’ 3/8/18
 “What is really bothering the Palestinians is that Israel, with Jews, exists, period” GATESTONE
Palestinians: Israel is One Big Settlement by Bassam Tawil February 26, 2018
…Let us be clear about this: When Palestinians — and some of their supporters in the international community, including Europe — say that they want an end to the “occupation,” they mean they want to see an end to Israel’s existence, full stop. They do not want to throw the Jews out of their homes in the settlements; rather, they want Jews to be expelled from the whole country…The conflict, as far as the Palestinians are concerned, did not begin in 1967, when east Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza Strip came under Israeli control. In the eyes of the Palestinians, all Jews are “settlers” and “colonialists
5. These countries outlaw kosher slaughter: Countries in which animals must be stunned right after the cut include Latvia, Estonia, Finland, the Lower Austria province.Countries that impose stunning before slaughter comprise Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Denmark, and Sweden.

6. Before elected Labour leader, Corbyn was part of an anti-Semitic Facebook group. As the party suspends members for hateful posts, a 280-page report details a slew of racist and anti-Israel material posted in the Palestine Live forum
and so many of the left refuse to denounce him. Racism and religious and ethnic prejudice are a cancer on the soul and deserve sharp condemnation by every decent man and woman – whether such bigotry comes from a neo-Nazi, a Ku Klux Klansman, a radical Islamic terrorist, or an American religious leader. But as the case of Nation of Islam hatemonger Louis Farrakhan sadly illustrates, too many on the left are reluctant to condemn hate when it is spewed by a black activist.

8. RUSSIA Politics

Putin Says That Jews 'With Russian Citizenship' May be Behind U.S. Election Meddling

 Tom Porter,Newsweek 6 hours ago 

Friday, March 9, 2018

Trump is making America great again

Headlines today

Possible talks with N Korea

Meanwhile Obama's treasonous Iran deal will be shredded by trump, according to pence at Aipac this week.

Meanwhile 7 Dem Congressman have open loyal ties to anti-Semite Frakhan. 

Obama's treason with iran looks worse and worse

Richard Baehr writes:
"1. The Obama administration  was an ally of Iran. The Iranians took advantage of the nuclear deal which they largely wrote themselves,  to press their advantage everywhere in the region- Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, while the Obama team blissfully disengaged. The Trump team has been better on the rhetoric, but so far has not done enough to challenge Iran and its growing predatory behavior. As a result, it has been left to Israel to protect its interests (and the West’s). Any supporter of the Iran deal who argued it would produce better Iranian behavior was colossally misguided. 

Missile development was not a concern of the western nations negotiating the nuclear deal with Iran. That was a mistake:

The Iranians are bragging about their missile program:

The Obama team misled, but the Iranians are quite candid that there was no breakout time extension for them as a result of the nuclear deal if they want to  quickly  produce a bomb. This was supposedly the main achievement of the deal for our side- for 10 years or so,  it would take Iran a year to develop a bomb, instead of 2-3 months , because so many of their centrifuges were shut down, and existing nuclear fuel was sent overseas. But we allowed Iran to replace old centrifuges with new ones, and the ability to get back to where they were is near immediate:

Iran’s proxy army- Hezbollah, may now have chemical weapons.