Why is Europe turning a blind eye to Islamic occupation ?

National and religious minorities in the Arab region have not been given independence or autonomy. They are still trying to overthrow their Arab-Muslim occupiers. Read more of this post

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Who Will Take al-Bab ?

The last remaining Islamic State stronghold in eastern Syria is poised to fall, and given the potentially major strategic implications for the Kurds, Turkey, the rebels, and other actors, one of them may act quickly to determine its fate.
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Buying Immigrant Votes for Democrats

Obama Admin Using Taxpayer Dollars to Buy Immigrant Votes for Democrats

The Obama administration continues to devote taxpayer dollars to register new immigrant voters (i.e., Democratic voters) in time for the November election. After spending $19 million early this year on the registration efforts, the administration has dedicated another $10 million this month. Read more of this post

Verfassungsputsch Islamgesetz

Wie die Islamisierung voranschreitet und Regierung und Behörden dabei aktiv behilflich sind

Im Gefolge der Masseneinwanderung der letzten zwölf Monate sind in den Ländern Europas Verhaltensweisen und Erscheinungen in den Blickpunkt der Öffentlichkeit gerückt, die zuvor aus der Sicht der breiten Bevölkerung als exotisch oder gesellschaftlich nicht relevant betrachtet worden waren. Im selben Zeitraum hat die Zahl spektakulärer Anschläge und Terrorakte sowie religiös motivierter Gewaltverbrechen in Europa signifikant zugenommen. Überfälle mit Macheten, Köpfungen und Messerattacken in Zügen und auf öffentlichen Plätzen sind gellende Realität – mitten im Herzen Europas. Gewaltsame Demonstrationen von einander feindlich gesinnten Gruppen von Nicht-Staatsbürgern importieren die Konflikte tausende Kilometer entfernter Krisenherde. Massenvergewaltigungen und kollektiv vollzogene sexuelle Übergriffe aller Grade sind geradezu tägliche Normalität geworden. Kein Zweifel: Europa ist ein weitaus ungemütlicherer Ort geworden, als er es noch vor nicht allzu langer Zeit war.
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Voting Fraud

Every election cycle we must endure challenges and allegations about fraud (conservatives) and discrimination (liberals) when it comes to voter ID laws. This year is no different. Read more of this post

42 Years… and Counting

A lot of rodeos in 42 years for this would-be cowboy. But the time has come to move onward with the times. 462 issues, millions of copies, pissed off mega-millions of liberals, progressives, communists, wimpy soft-bellied, sniveling journalists, who didn’t like the fact that in promoting our agenda of supporting freedom, we carried cameras and guns at the same time. Read more of this post

Display of the Flag

While the American flag has long been a symbol of the hope, strength, courage, faith, patriotism and freedom of the American people, homeowners associations have been busy denouncing their nation’s flag coast-to-coast.
In 2006, President George W. Bush signed The Freedom to Display the American Flag Act of 2005 into law. Read more of this post

Fabricated Attacks

Syria: The Douma Market Attack outside Damascus: Another Fabricated Pretext for US-NATO Military Intervention?

The August 16, 2015 attack on a market in the Syrian town of Douma, just outside the capital Damascus, has caused international outrage. Condemnations of the Syrian government have poured in from seemingly all corners of the globe as President Assad and the Syrian military have been declared responsible for the attack, convicted in the court of media opinion. Interestingly, such declarations have come well before any investigation has been conducted, and without any tangible evidence other than the assertions of the rebel spokespersons and anti-government sources. Indeed, there has been an embarrassing dearth of investigative questions asked as corporate media, who have been far from objective these last four and half years, have rushed to fit the facts to their long-standing narrative of “Assad the Butcher.” Read more of this post

Islamgesetz – Brauchen wir eine Neuauflage?

Das Islamgesetz aus dem Jahre 1912 (RGBl 159/1912) ist – was heute kaum mehr möglich wäre – ein einfaches Gesetz, ohne Schnörkel. Kaum einer kennt den Inhalt, darum wird es auch oft falsch interpretiert. Durch das Gesetz wurden alle Anhänger des Islam hanefitischer Richtung als Religionsgesellschaft anerkannt. Der Verfassungsgerichtshof kippte später die Einschränkung auf hanefitisch (BGBL 164/1988). Allen Moslems in Österreich, gleich welcher Richtung, kommen daher ad personam (!) die Rechte einer Religionsgesellschaft zu. Im Islamgesetz war keine Organisation vorgesehen. Read more of this post

I’m thinking of writing an opera called “Why Michael Brown Deserved to Die.”

What do you think? Do you think if I write a thought-provoking, probingly-artistic contemporary opera on the subject of Michael Brown’s untimely shooting, it will be met with critical acclaim?
Maybe it will be performed by the New York Metropolitan Opera during its 2015 season, and will be described as “dialogue” on a difficult subject. Read more of this post

Al-Baghdadi, the caliph, and Pakistan

Who will bell the cat?

The ISIS, which broke all records of brutality set by previous militant organisations, has decided to call the areas under its control the “Islamic State”. It has also anointed its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as caliph for the entire Muslim world. Once the Islamic State has stabilised itself in the swathes of the Syrian and Iraqi territory, it will seek the allegiance of all Muslim states, organisations and leaders for the new caliph. In the primitive days the custom was to send a messenger carrying the Holy Koran in one hand and a sword in the other and the ruler was asked to choose one of the two. In the modern world the same message can be sent even more effectively. The ISIS has been aptly described as a social media powerhouse. Read more of this post

Voter-ID Myth Crashes

Enough non-citizens vote to decide close elections, a new study shows. Guess which party they favor? Democrats want everyone to vote: old, young, white, black, Hispanic, Asian, citizen, non-citizen. Wait, what was that last one again? We’ll get to that.
Voter-ID laws, passed by thirty states so far, are efforts by legislatures to ensure the integrity of votes. Being asked to show a photo ID can diminish several kinds of fraud, including impersonation, duplicate registrations in different jurisdictions, and voting by ineligible people including felons and non-citizens.
The Democrats have made a number of arguments against voter-ID laws. They argue a) that the problem of voter impersonation or in-person voter fraud is nonexistent; b) that black and poor voters are more likely than others to lack a valid ID; and c) that Republicans are attempting to “suppress” the votes of Democratic constituencies in a bid to revive Jim Crow.
To believe a), you must assume that Americans, who engage in widespread tax evasion (an estimated $2 trillion in income goes unreported), insurance fraud (an estimated $80 billion dollar’s worth in 2006), identity theft (15 million victims annually), and thousands of other deceptions and crimes large and small are perfect angels when they step into the voting booth. Vote fraud simply “doesn’t exist,” pronounced Attorney General Eric Holder.
It’s extremely difficult to track vote fraud. Most states put only half-hearted efforts into purging their voter-registration rolls of the dead or those who’ve moved out of state. Prosecutions for vote fraud are rare. But prosecutions for perjury are rare, too — and not because it “doesn’t exist.” Earlier this year, the Virginia Voters Alliance found that more than 44,000 people were simultaneously registered to vote in Maryland and Virginia. Catherine Englebrecht’s True the Vote found some 6.9 million overlapping voter registrations in the 28 states they examined. For those unburdened by conscience who live close to the border, it’s more than possible to vote early and often.
Being registered in more than one jurisdiction doesn’t prove that you committed fraud, only that you’ve arranged things to permit it or that you’ve overlooked, perhaps by absent-mindedness, this detail of good citizenship. But persuasive evidence that vote fraud is both real and consequential has appeared. A new academic paper published in the journal Electoral Studies provides evidence of voting by non-citizens that directly contradicts the Democrats’ “nothing to see here” mantra. Under the neutral headline “Do Non-Citizens Vote in U.S. Elections?” three professors from Virginia universities answer in the affirmative. Using an enormous database of voters nationwide (32,800 from 2008, and 55,400 in 2012), the authors find that about one-quarter of the non-citizens who participated in the survey were registered to vote.
Studying survey responses, the authors judge that non-citizen voters tend to favor Democratic candidates by large margins.
In many states, their participation wouldn’t be large enough to make a difference, but in North Carolina in 2008, the authors calculate, non-citizens may well have tipped the state into Obama’s column. “So what?” you may say. Even if John McCain had won that state, it wouldn’t have changed the outcome of the national election. True, but remember the presidential race in 2000? Remember “hanging chad” Florida?
Several House seats, and one very significant Senate seat, were probably won by Democrats on the strength of illegal votes. In 2008, the authors note, Senator Al Franken won by just 312 votes in Minnesota. That seat was the sixtieth vote to give Democrats a filibuster-proof supermajority to pass major legislation such as Obamacare. “[Voting] participation by just 0.65 percent of non-citizens in Minnesota is sufficient to account for the entirety of Franken’s margin,” the authors write. “Our best guess is that nearly ten times as many voted.”
Voter-ID laws will not prevent non-citizens from voting. Green-card holders and even illegal aliens get driver’s licenses. But that’s not an argument against voter ID. It’s an argument for issuing driver’s licenses that specify non-citizenship.
As for blacks being “targeted” by voter-ID laws, a study by Reuters found almost no difference (2 versus 3 percent) in the number of white and black voters who lacked ID.
Voting is a semi-sacred act of civic religion. Trust that only those eligible are determining our future as a nation is the foundation of civic peace. Voter-ID laws should be just one part of ensuring voter integrity. When Democrats resist those measures, it only feeds suspicion that they’re trying to steal elections.

(Mona Charen)

Die Kultus–Bombe

Über Jahrhunderte war in Österreich der Staat mit religiösen Organisationen verstrickt, besonders der römisch-katholischen Kirche. Die kirchlichen Einflüsse und die teils heftigen Auseinandersetzungen zwischen katholischen und protestantischen Richtungen hinterließen ihre Spuren. Read more of this post

The Case for Nationalism

Incessant “antifascist” propaganda from Moscow, baseless claims of attacks against Russians in Ukraine, incitement of Russian-speakers in eastern Ukraine, Russian troops without insignia seizing official buildings in Crimea, a stage-managed illegal plebiscite there and then its annexation by Russia, assurances from President Vladimir Putin that he has no further territorial designs in Europe (though, alas, he may be forced to intervene elsewhere to protect ethnic Russians)—yes, it all has the disturbing ring of the 1930s. Read more of this post

Sowjetischer Appetit

Unbeachtet von der schlafenden Europäischen Union baut die neue Sowjetunion ihre innere und äußere Stärke auf. Der Westen lullte sich jahrelang mit den Sirenentönen verschiedener Friendensinstitute ein, die Rote Armee sei nichts mehr wert und hätte keine Kampfkraft mehr. Die Potenz der russischen Rüstungsproduktion wurde nicht beachtet, die russische Stellung als größter Waffenexporteur der Welt (gerade noch vor China, aber nicht mehr lange) geht an Öffentlichkeit und Politik spurlos vorüber. Read more of this post