In these days the Swedish papers have been filled with rage over something Zlatan Ibrahimovic said.
According to the news he have said something like: “I give a f**k in women soccer players, I am a man”! In Sweden you can’t say that.
So for three days the entire Swedish press has focused on what a football player said — while they totally neglected the outrageous genocide escalating in the middle east — that hundreds of Christians once again are being bombed burned and slaughtered just because they are Christians and wants to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ!
Swedish media really know how to prioritize — and then they don’t understand why their editions are diving like rocks in the water and why they all soon have to face bankruptcy!
I can tell you I understand — and I agree with Zlatan here. Women football — “soccs”!
By: Lloyd Marcus
For the sake of America, please, please Phil do not surrender. We have seen this scenario played out on countless occasions; the left launching a shock-and-awe gang media assault on someone who dared to publicly challenge political correctness. The target of their wrath is bludgeoned into submission; overwhelmed with daily hit pieces filled with exaggerations, distortions and even lies about the target’s original comment and intent.
I am black. In his GQ mag interview, I felt no “evil or racist” intent in Phil Robertson’s comments about the blacks he knew in his youth. And yet, Phil’s intention is irrelevant to the left. Like sharks smelling blood in the water, they pounced on an opportunity to “trap” Phil; branding him a racist and a hater of homosexuals for simply quoting the Bible.
The left reminds me of the pious, arrogant and elitist Pharisees in the Bible. They hated Jesus for doing good works, miracles and connecting with the people. So, they launched a campaign of word games designed to “trap” Jesus into saying something that would help them to brand Jesus a lawbreaker and blasphemer. The left employs very similar tactics.
These people on the left are despicable. They are not about fairness or truth. They are about furthering their liberal socialist progressive agenda by any means necessary. So if dividing the country along racial lines helps their cause, so be it.
They say the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Thus, it does not take a genius to know how the left’s war on Phil Robertson, which is really a war on traditional America, will play out.
Phase one is their tsunami of published hit pieces and media pundits branding Phil Robertson a sexist, racist and homophobic. Phase two is to have the whole bowl of left-wing alphabet soup (NAACP, GLAD and NOW) attack Phil from all sides.
Phase three is Sharpton or Jackson demanding that they “get paid” and the offender kiss their ring. In the case of the Duck Dynasty controversy, master exploiter and extortionist Jesse Jackson has taken the lead, demanding that A&E and Cracker Barrel meet with him. http://bit.ly/1g4Qenx
Whether or not A&E and Cracker Barrel bows down to worship Jackson remains to be seen. My plea to Phil Robertson is that he please, please, please do not surrender. Do not on bended knee kiss Jackson’s ring and beg for forgiveness. It would be a mortal blow to the tremendous example he had set inspiring Americans to push back against the tyranny of political correctness.
In every incident of a slip of the tongue or misinterpreted comment by a conservative or a Republican, the left’s political correctness police bludgeons them within inches of their political life. The targeted person humbly surrenders and begs for forgiveness; all of which empowers the left, furthers their agenda and adds another notch on their gun.
To my knowledge, Phil Robertson is the first to push back against political correctness with the support of a vast majority of the American people. Thus, to Brother Phil I offer a few pearls of wisdom. In case of a near death experience, do not go to the light. As told to Luke Sky-walker, “Stay away from the dark side”; and when unjustly accused of being a racist, do not kiss Sharpton or Jesse (where’s the camera) Jackson’s ring.
Phil, surrender would break our hearts. Good folks across America are praying for you.
John Dodson, the federal agent who blew the lid off the Justice Department’s “Fast and Furious” gun-walking scandal, claims the FBI had ties to the men who killed U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in 2010 near Nogales, Ariz. In fact, Dodson says the Mexican bandits who gunned down Terry were working for FBI operatives and had been sent to the border to do a “drug rip-off” using intelligence gathered by the DEA.
Dodson, a special agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said he doesn’t think the FBI was part of the rip-off crew, but the agency was “directing the rip crew.” The explosive claims were made in an interview with The Arizona Republic this week and are already creating some waves across the Internet.
The allegations are also found in Dodson’s recently released book, “The Unarmed Truth,” which chronicles his role as a whistleblower during Operation Fast and Furious. The Obama administration unsuccessfully tried to block the publication of his book.
By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media
While NSA traitor Edward Snowden was preparing his “alternative” Christmas message—in which he posed as a friend of the privacy rights of children from his refuge in Moscow—The Washington Post was disclosing that the NSA has played a key role in destroying communist terrorism in Colombia.
The Post disclosed that the Cuban-backed FARC, once the largest and most effective terrorist organization in Colombia and South America, has been decimated because of “substantial eavesdropping help from the National Security Agency” to the government of Colombia.
William Scoggins, counternarcotics program manager at the U.S. military’s Southern Command, called the NSA’s help a “game changer.”
At least two dozen leaders of communist terrorist movements in Colombia have been killed as a result.
Meanwhile, Judge William H. Pauley III, of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, ruled on Friday that the National Security Agency’s terrorist surveillance program is lawful.
The December 21 Washington Post article by Dana Priest, “Covert action in Colombia,” wasn’t intended as sympathetic to the NSA. She is known as someone who wants to score points exposing U.S. intelligence operations. But the end result was to buttress the case made by those defending the embattled agency.
The story begins: “The 50-year-old Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), once considered the best-funded insurgency in the world, is at its smallest and most vulnerable state in decades, due in part to a CIA covert action program that has helped Colombian forces kill at least two dozen rebel leaders, according to interviews with more than 30 former and current U.S. and Colombian officials.”
The second paragraph reads: “The secret assistance, which also includes substantial eavesdropping help from the National Security Agency, is funded through a multibillion-dollar black budget. It is not a part of the public $9 billion package of mostly U.S. military aid called Plan Colombia, which began in 2000.”
The lengthy article revealed how the CIA, working with the NSA and the Pentagon, helped Colombian President Alvaro Uribe manage a very successful war against the communist terrorists in the country. “Voice intercepts from radio and cellphone communications were decrypted and translated by the National Security Agency,” the article noted.
The paper added, “Most every operation relied heavily on NSA signal intercepts, which fed intelligence to troops on the ground or pilots before and during an operation.”
The NSA also “increased its monitoring” when U.S. and Colombian forces were close to locating three captured Americans.
However, the current Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos, is negotiating with the terrorist movement in Havana and opening the door to their participation in the political process. The FARC even has a website on their devotion to “peace.”
Not surprisingly, Snowden’s Moscow backers were outraged by the revelations about the NSA’s effectiveness. Sam Sacks of the Moscow-funded Russia Today (RT) propaganda channel questioned the legality of the anti-terrorist operations.
Sacks provides another example of how Moscow and American progressives are still working together, despite the end of the Cold War.
Sacks is identified by most liberal websites carrying his material as a “progressive commentator and former Democratic staffer on Capitol Hill” who serves as senior producer of the show “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” also on RT.
You may recall that Hartmann physically tried to grab my flip camera and censor me when I was filming and questioning him about his payments from Moscow.
On his website, Sacks discloses that he worked for Democratic Rep. Allen Boyd from January 2008 to October 2010. Boyd was defeated for reelection in the 2010 election, when the Tea Party helped Republicans gain control of the House. Boyd called outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi “The face that defeated us.”
“During the height of the Tea Party movement,” Sacks said, “I managed a constituent mail operation of over 5,000 letters a month for a Democratic Member of Congress, responding promptly to the fomenting masses.”
In addition to RT, his bio says Sacks has also contributed to, Truthout.org, Alternet.org, and Hustler, the pornographic magazine. Currently, he says he’s the founder and editor of The DC Sentinel at DCSentinel.com. His latest entry is “Crisis of Capitalism Explained.”
Edward Snowden, giving his Christmas message from Moscow, never hinted that the NSA may be involved in monitoring America’s enemies. Instead, he talked about children growing up without privacy rights.
The “alternative Christmas message,” sponsored by Britain’s Channel 4, was delivered in 2008 by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the then-president of Iran who became notorious for saying Israel would be wiped off the map.
“If Christ were on earth today, undoubtedly He would stand with the people in opposition to bullying, ill-tempered and expansionist powers,” he said. “If Christ were on earth today, undoubtedly He would hoist the banner of justice and love for humanity to oppose warmongers, occupiers, terrorists and bullies the world over.”
Snowden said to “…remind the government that if it really wants to know how we feel, asking is always cheaper than spying.”
For his part, Russian President Vladimir Putin, calls Snowden “noble” and says, “Thanks to Snowden, a lot has changed in the minds of people around the world, including politicians.”
At the same press conference, a reporter asked who the second most important politician in Russia is, and whether Putin has a successor. Putin talked about Gennady Zuganov, the leader of the Communist Party, supposedly a relic of the Cold War.
The Free Market and potential lawsuits. A&E got ducked.
Hat Tip: BB
Hat Tip: BB
Read it all here – from Red Square. Freaking genius… A&E needs to get ducked. Seriously.