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Monday, January 15, 2018

Japan | No Country for Islam

Ever wonder why there hasn't been  any Jihadist Terrorist attacks in Japan. Answer? It's plain and simple, very few Muslim are allowed to migrate to Japan. Moral of the story, keep out Muslims and you limit risk of a Jihadist terrorist attack. Unfortunately the Socialist leaders in Europe failed to understand this and by letting in hundreds of thousands into their countries, they now have put their citizens at risk of being victims of Jihadist. 

Remember when Dick Durbin compared our troops to Nazis?

Durbin Apologizes for Nazi, Gulag, Pol Pot Remarks

Fox News 2005

Sen. Dick Durbin (search) went to the Senate floor late Tuesday to offer his apologies to anyone who may have been offended by his comparison of treatment of detainees at the U.S. military base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Nazis, Soviet gulags and Cambodia's Pol Pot.
"More than most people, a senator lives by his words ... occasionally words fail us, occasionally we will fail words," Durbin, D-Ill., said.
"I am sorry if anything I said caused any offense or pain to those who have such bitter memories of the Holocaust, the greatest moral tragedy of our time. Nothing, nothing should ever be said to demean or diminish that moral tragedy.
"I am also sorry if anything I said cast a negative light on our fine men and women in the military. ... I never ever intended any disrespect for them. Some may believe that my remarks crossed the line. To them I extend my heartfelt apology," Durbin said, choking on his words.
"They're the best," he said of U.S. service men and women.
"I think it was the right thing to do and the right thing to say to our men and women in uniform," said White House press secretary Scott McClellan.
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist called Durbin's apology "an honorable step" along the road to understanding how words strengthen the nation's enemies in the war against terror.
"Intended or not, damage was being done," Frist, R-Tenn., said Wednesday on the Senate floor. "It's a lesson that we all learn over and over again and again."
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, in an interview that was to air Wednesday on FOX News Radio's "The Tony Snow Show," tried to equate Durbin's comment with actress Jane Fonda's calling U.S. soldiers war criminals during a visit to North Vietnam in 1972.
"Some people always in their lives say something they wish they hadn't said," Rumsfeld said. "We just watched Jane Fonda run around trying to recover from the things she did and said during the Vietnam War. ... He said some things and he's going to have to live with them, and I think that that's not a happy prospect."
Defense Department spokesman Glenn Flood said Rumsfeld stands by his statements, even in light of the apology.
Durbin said in the course of his remarks on June 14, he raised "legitimate concerns" about U.S. policy toward prisoners and whether their treatment makes America safer.
Durbin read from an FBI report that included descriptions of one case at Gitmo in which a detainee was held in such cold temperatures that he shivered, another in which a prisoner was held in heat passing 100 degrees, one in which prisoners were left in isolation so long they fouled themselves and one where a prisoner was chained to the floor and forced to listen to loud rap music.
"If I read this to you and did not tell you that it was an FBI agent describing what Americans had done to prisoners in their control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no concern for human beings," Durbin said last week.
After the uproar that followed those remarks, Durbin said he was not comparing U.S. soldiers to Pol Pot (search), Nazis or Soviet guards, but was "attributing this form of interrogation to repressive regimes such as those that I note."
Durbin attempted to clarify his remarks last Thursday evening and then again Friday, saying that he regretted if people did not understand his historic analogies, and he suggested that he could not verify the accuracy of the FBI document.
"If this indeed occurred, it does not represent American values. It does not represent what our country stands for, it is not the sort of conduct we would ever condone ... and that is the point I was making. Now, sadly, we have a situation here where some in the right-wing media have said that I have been insulting men and women in uniform. Nothing could be further from truth," Durbin said.
According to his spokesman, Joe Shoemaker, one reason the senator apologized was "this loud, continuous drumbeat of misinformation that was being broadcast and printed."
But on Tuesday, he left little room for second-guessing whether he considered his remarks an error.
"After reading the horrible details in that memo which characterized the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo, I then, on my own, my own words, made some characterizations about that memo ... I have come to understand that was a very poor choice of words," he said.
Under Pol Pot's regime, 1.5 million died in death camps and another 200,000 so-called "enemies of the state" were executed. The Nazis killed 6 million Jews and forced hundreds of thousands into slave labor. The USSR's Joseph Stalin(search) sent 25 million people to labor camps where many were worked to death.
While more than 1,700 U.S. soldiers have died helping to liberate Iraq first from Saddam Hussein and then from a deadly insurgency, no detainees at Guantanamo Bay have died in custody.
Durbin pledged to "continue to speak out on the issues that I think are important to the people of Illinois and the nation," but added that he did not mean to diminish the image of the United States in the world.
"I don't want anything in my public career to detract from my love for this country, my respect for those who serve it and this great Senate. I offer my apologies to those who were offended," he said.
Immediately after his remarks, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said he thought Durbin made a "heartfelt statement" and he was satisfied with the apology.
"He did the right thing, the courageous thing and I think we can put the situation behind us," McCain said.
In a written statement, Frist said: "Senator Durbin's apology was a necessary and appropriate step in repairing the harm his earlier remarks have had on the image of the millions of fine men and women serving in America's military. As members of Congress we must always be sensitive to the fact that it is their struggles and sacrifices that keep us safe in the War on Terror," he said.
Asked what the next step for Durbin would be, an aide to Frist told FOX News, "Well, when you say something that appears all over Al Jazeera, you have a lot of work to do."
The Associated Press contributed to this story.

So why should we believe anything Dicky says about Presidents Trumps comments. Others in the room with the president said they never heard him saying anything racist. Remember Durbin is one of those pushing for a clean DACA plan. By clean that means amnesty for illegals without any funding for a boarder wall, without ending Chain Migration and without ending the Visa Lottery program.  Think about it, a man who would call our soilders Nazis. Can thi Dirt Bag really be trusted? 

Sunday, January 14, 2018

‘Subverts Western values’ or ‘makes fun of Muslims’? Syrian & German tee...

This is what the German Government is showing to young German children. Indoctrinating them into the ways of a sick evil ideology. Notice how this savage tells his supposedly girlfriend that she belongs to him and he belongs to her. The problem often comes when she in real life decides to leave him. That's when his Islamic teaching take over and she could easily end up dead. Muslim men treat women like crap. They believe they can do whatever the want especially with non Islamic women. That's why countries like Sweden have such high rates of rape. Savages can't control their emotions when their ideology tells them its ok to rape whatever women they want. 

Highlights | People's Choice Classic | Santos Tour Down Under

Good start of the 2018 season for Peter Sagan. While were freezing our butts off here in Pa, Australia bask in the Summer sun. 

Friday, January 12, 2018

Hungary’s Orban has the international Left in panic mode

Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 12, 2018

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Invasion of Europe News….

And, you can tell by this article at HuffPo that paints him as an “authoritarian” that they are very very afraid of him and his growing “nationalist” power in Eastern Europe. They also see him exporting his views (about especially Muslim migration) to other European countries like Italy, Austria and (gasp!) even Germany.
orban and family
Orban and family (protecting their futures!)
One of Hungarian Prime Minister Orban’s greatest strengths is his willingness to speak (as Trump did yesterday) straightforwardly. Muslim refugees are invaders.
I’m still waiting for President Trump to invite Orban to the White House. If he wants to push the Left (and CNN) over the cliff (into a mental breakdown) now, that would do it. 
Here is the Huffington Post on Orban (the truth-teller):
In a January 8th interview with Germany’s Bild newspaper, Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban, said “we don’t see these people as Muslim refugees. We see them as invaders.” Multi-culturalism, he said, is an illusion. Muslim culture, he continued, is so different from Europe’s that parallel societies are being created.
Orban’s anti-migrant campaign is resonating beyond central Europe into Austria, Italy and even Germany.Earlier this month he was welcomed at a conference of Bavaria’s Christian Socialists, whose leader Horst Seehofer is critical of chancellor Angela Merkel’s immigration policies. In 2015 over 1 million mostly Muslim refugees were resettled in Germany. About 150,000 of those refugees transited Hungary. Few wanted to stay in Hungary.
Orban has made common cause with neighboring Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic where public opinion opposes refugee resettlement. Hungary and Poland are being targeted by the European Union Commission for refusing a quota of 10,000 refugees under a burden sharing measure agreed to three years ago. The case is before the European Court of Justice. Since the 2015 migration crisis Poland has accepted no refugees while Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria have each taken fewer than twenty.
The Fidesz Party that Orban founded holds a two-thirds majority in parliament and is favored to win new elections set for April 8th. Orban has ruled Hungary with an increasingly authoritarian hand since 2010.
HuffPo writer Barry Wood throws everything at Orban he can think of that would paint the man as a monster (eg. “flame-thrower” with close ties to Russia), and then goes on to say this below, as if we would all be shocked, that Orban doesn’t like that nice old man—George Soros (I bet HuffPo gets a bit of moola from Budapest-born, György Schwartz).

Soros poster Hungary
On the streets of Budapest:  “Letʼs not let Soros have the last laugh!

Wood continues:
During a visit to Budapest in November I was startled to see posters bearing the image of billionaire Hungarian-born investor and philanthropist George Soros all over the city. Paid for by Fidesz, these ubiquitous posters tell Hungarians not to let Soros have the last laugh. Soros is the favorite target of Orban, representing everything he opposes—multiculturalism, diversity, globalization, and tolerance. Soros is accused of wanting to Muslimize Europe. Some Jewish groups see the campaign as anti-Semitic, others do not.
Come on Donald! Give us some more fun! Welcome Viktor Orban to the White House and give him a lavish State Dinner!  (Stick it to Soros too! You know he hates you!)
Looking for something to do? Write to the White House and tell the Prez you want to see Orban invited to the White House (and have him bring his lovely family)!
Go here for my complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive.

Lindsey Graham called Mexico, other countries ‘hellholes’ in 2013 immigration debate

From the Washington times

Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of those in the meeting Thursday where President Trump reportedly called some developing nations “sh—hole” countries, used similar language himself during the last big immigration debate, calling Mexico and other Latin American nations “hellholes.”
The South Carolina Republican was arguing for the need for stiffer enforcement to stop a new wave of illegal immigrants, blaming the jobs magnet for enticing millions of people to flee their home countries for the U.S.
“The people coming across the southern border live in hellholes. They don’t like that. They want to come here. Our problem is we can’t have everybody in the world who lives in a hellhole come to America,” Mr. Graham said during a 2013 debate in the Judiciary Committee on an immigration bill he co-authored.
The senator continued: “There are 11 million people coming through the southern border ‘cause they come from countries where they can’t find work, and life is miserable. So it seems to me that if you can control who gets a job you’ve gone a long way in controlling illegal immigration. Because as long as the jobs are available in America you can’t build a fence high enough to stop people.”
Then-Sen. Jeff Sessions, now Mr. Trump’s attorney general, stepped in to correct his colleague.
“It’s not a hellhole, it has great things going on in Mexico, we’re proud of the people in Mexico,” Mr. Sessions said.

Friday, January 5, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Why is Canada's Prime Minister Obsessed with Islam?

Justin Trudeau the White Barack Obama. Doing to Canada what Obama did to America. Flooding his country with those who want to kill us. Interesting question that was asked of Trudeau. Has anyone ever seen him in a church or synagogue. We see him often in Mosques but never other houses of worship. 

Right or Left doesn't matter. Its really Up or Down in Politics

I thank my brother for sending me this picture.

When top level people look down, they see only shit-heads.   When the bottom level people look up, they see only assholes  You will never see another flowchart that describes politics so clearly.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

German Far-Right AfD Cries Censorship Over Anti-Muslim Tweets

  • AfD leaders double down, urge users to repeat deleted comments
  • Action follows new German law cracking down on hate speech
Alternative for Germany, a far-right opposition party that brands Chancellor Angela Merkel a traitor, accused the government of censorship after saying Twitter Inc. deleted derogatory comments about Muslim men by two of its leaders.
Deputy party head Beatrix von Storch said on Facebook that Twitter temporarily locked her account and deleted a posting she made referring to Cologne police. Von Storch suggested that the police tweet, posted in Arabic on New Year’s Eve, pandered to Muslim “gang-raping hordes of men.” Other AfD party leaders joined in, one of them comparing the curbs to secret-police methods used in ex-communist East Germany.