Americans Think ‘Red Dawn’ Is Nonsense… Russians, Not So Much

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

It’s amazing what one can learn from a leaked call involving your enemies. Not surprising, but enlightening. And don’t be fooled into thinking that these two Russkies were simply joking. Sometimes, the boldest plans are laid bare through humor

The leaked call was between two Russian diplomats and involved the humorous topic of European and American conquests. Careful… don’t laugh yourself to death over this. I, personally, seem to have misplaced my funny bone over the whole episode.

A YouTube account that belongs to one “Michael Berkan,” has posted a video starring Igor Nilokaevich Chubarov and Sergey Viktorovich Bakharev. They are Russian ambassadors to the illustrious African nations of Eritrea, Zimbabwe and Malawi. To pass the time, I guess they thought they would yuck it up with future dreams of annexing California and Florida. Probably with the help of Obama. Others are now questioning Obama’s loyalties – finally. Beaton at the Aspen Times wonders if Obama is a Manchurian Candidate and is actively helping the Russians. Funny… I’m wondering the same thing. Obama is a Communist ‘fellow traveler’ and he is certainly flexible.

Here is the exchange – it’s a hoot:

IGOR NILOAKAEVICH CHUBAROV: Now I have a very simple task, for the time being I’m saying the only key thing to those EU HoMs. I’m repeating: “Guys, we’ve taken away Crimea but it’s not the fucking end. [laughter] In the future we’ll take away your [laughter] fucking Catalonia, Venice, as well as Cattleland (Scotland), and Alaska. And we’ll never rest content with that” [laughter].

SERGEY VIKTOROVICH BAHAREV: At first stage we will.

CHUBAROV: Agreed, only at first stage, and later we’ll think it over. All those fucking limitrophes, e.g. Latvia, Estonia, and other Europeans as well as Romanians, and Bulgarians, we’ll kick their asses in the right direction – where they have to be.

VIKTOROVICH BAHAREV: Oh no, it’s better not to touch them, we are not going to kick them in. It’ll be better for us to disturb “Californialand,” “Miamiland,” that sort of desolated regions [laughter]

CHUBAROV: You’re right, there’s practically fucking 95 percent of our citizens in “Miamiland” [laughter]


CHUBAROV: We have full right to hold a referendum.

VIKTOROVICH BAHAREV: As well as “Londonland!”

CHUBAROV: Yes certainly, you’re right. We’ll leave for a while Romanians and Bulgarians, let them stay so far in the EU [laughter]

VIKTOROVICH BAHAREV: Together with the Baltic shit.

In a slightly more serious tone, Chubarov then tells his comrade that the EU told him Russia should take back Romania and Bulgaria:

CHUBAROV: By the way, the EU HoD and I recently had a chat, you know, about all kinds of things, just being lost in the crowd, and he asked: “Listen, take back those Romania and Bulgaria.” “Definitely, no,” I answered. “Guys, nothing will come of it.”

VIKTOROVICH BAHAREV: Enjoy yourself with all that stuff [laughter]

Communist boys will be boys, but hey… while they make fun of America and the world and while Russia tells the US to stop their tantrums and practice some yoga, they are indeed planning further expansionism and there is no one currently to stand in their way. Russia may not waltz into Anchorage, LA or Miami next week, but we are on their dance card. As Obama dons a tutu and spins to a Russian Chastushka, the world readies for a Communist death march. Americans think a ‘Red Dawn’ scenario is nonsense… the Russians, not so much. It is the ‘Red Dawn’ of a new Russian Imperial Age.

Do svidaniya Comrades! Pass the Vodka.



Arlene from Israel

I have no intention here of reviewing matters in the sort of detail I offered yesterday. It is not necessary, in any event.

I’m seeing much the same as I did yesterday: Inherently contradictory comments from Kerry regarding his continued faith in the “peace process” that prompts him to declare that he will continue “no matter what,” coupled with a resignation that “you can facilitate, you can push, you can nudge, but the parties themselves have to make fundamental decisions and compromises.”


This is a very conflicted man, I would say: he sees the end but cannot admit the failure.

Credit: DaledAmos


And PA leaders? Playing games. Commented one senior political leader in Israel, “Every time it gets to the point of making a decision, [Abbas] runs away.”

Top Fatah official Mohammed Shtayyeh was a member of the PA negotiating team until he resigned in November. Yesterday, speaking to Sky News Arabic, he said the PA was willing to keep talking in April. Challenging Israel to present a map based on the 1967 line, he declared that discussion “will be on the border only.”



It is at this point, of course, that Netanyahu should say, so sorry, but we reject discussions based on that line, as it was only a temporary armistice line.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ze’ev Elkin (Likud) has the right idea (emphasis added):

The time has come to stop being the go-to sucker of the Middle East. I call on the prime minister and Minister Livni to end the entire negotiation process so long as Abbas doesn’t withdraw his request from the United Nations, and [to] unilaterally implement the many measures Israel has in order to convince the Palestinian leadership that it doesn’t pay for them to fight us in the international arena.”

So does Housing and Construction Minister Uri Ariel (Habayit Hayehudi):

“The Palestinians turning to the U.N. breaks down all the [negotiation efforts], and we should respond in kind and work to strike down the Oslo Accords.”


We are not nearly where we need to be yet. But I take heart when I see members of the government speak as these two did.


Understand what has happened: The PA could have had 400 more prisoners released in a deal that would have been sweetened by the US, and that required only that they stay at the table. The Israelis are saying Abbas “torpedoed” it.

Not an accident, not simply the result of enormous anger at Israel. I would say this was a planned tactic, that had simply awaited the proper timing. These guys are masters at manipulation and effective PR.

(Arafat had thoroughly planned the second intifada, and then he waited. When Sharon went up on the Temple Mount, Arafat said this created so much anger there was a “spontaneous” uprising “caused” by the Israelis.)

Now they claim to be ready to continue negotiations but put a major stumbling block in the way of Israel with demands that only the border at the ‘67 line be discussed. Shatayyeh followed his demand for discussion only of the border with a telling statement:

Should the talks fail, the PA will move to join 63 international organizations including the International Criminal Court.


Of course the talks are going to fail! The trick, from their perspective, is to make it Israel’s fault that they failed. This gives us a bit of understanding into why Netanyahu behaves as he does. There is another way, however, and it’s the approach of Elkin and Ariel. It means taking the offensive.

This route that the PA is now embarking on was inevitable. It was only a matter of time, and being forever conciliatory in order to placate the Palestinian Arabs means simply delaying that inevitability.


There is considerable concern on the part of some of my readers regarding the implications of what the PA is planning now. In due course I will deal with the various issues. But I want to do so with seriousness, and I hope to be consulting with one or more attorneys I rely upon before writing. The fact that we are heading towards Pesach does slow matters down.

What I will say here is that the situation can be managed, if the Israeli approach is one of strength and self-confidence. What we are facing in good part are international perceptions, and not matters of international law. In any event, the UN cannot “create” a state.

See what Alan Baker – international lawyer and Director of the Institute for Contemporary Affairs at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs – said when the PA went to the UN just a little over a year ago (emphasis added):

“The UN upgrade resolution has neither created a Palestinian state, nor did it grant any kind of statehood to the Palestinians. General Assembly resolutions, including the Palestinian upgrade resolution, can neither determine nor dictate international law or practice.

“…After the Palestinian upgrade resolution, neither the status of Israel in the territories, nor that of the Palestinians, has changed in any way. The new claim voiced by the Palestinian leadership that Israel became, overnight, an occupant of Palestinian sovereign territory is without any basis.

The internationally accepted requirements for statehood include, among other things, a unified territorial unit and responsible governance of its people, and capability of fulfilling international commitments and responsibilities. Furthermore, the UN Charter requires that a state seeking membership in the UN be ‘a peace-loving state’ that accepts and is willing and capable of carrying out the obligations of the UN Charter.”



Robbie Sabel, Professor of International Law at Hebrew University, is quoted by Times of Israel as saying (emphasis added:

“…even if ‘Palestine’ were admitted [to all 15 treaties and conventions] it would have no direct practical implications for Israel…

“It gives them a feeling of satisfaction and it strengthens their feeling of getting international recognition of their state, but [it has] no practical importance whatsoever.”


I will close here – hopefully to pick up again after Shabbat – with this good news story:

The Tiferet Israel synagogue was one of the most prominent synagogues in Jerusalem before the War of Independence, but it was destroyed – along with all of the other synagogues of eastern Jerusalem – in 1948 when Jordan occupied this part of the city.

In 2012, plans were first mentioned for restoring this synagogue (just as the Hurva Synagogue has been restored). Now, Elder of Ziyon tells us, the plans for its restoration have been approved.

The Arabs are in an uproar over this and say it will threaten the stability of the Al Aqsa Mosque (everything we do apparently threatens the Mosque) and will “judaize” the city.

The Arabs object to all major Jewish building in eastern Jerusalem, but the restoration of this synagogue will present a particular problem: Mosques and other Muslim religious buildings are supposed to be the tallest in a given area. But Tiferet Israel, because of its location in the Jewish Quarter, which is on a hill, will be higher than the Dome of the Rock.

Here is a pre-1948 picture of the synagogue, which is the building on the upper left, as seen from the Temple Mount.

The full story can be seen here:



RINOs & The UNFAIR TAX On The Middle Class

By: Dick Manasseri

I just paid my taxes, my outrageously UNFAIR Taxes.

How come millions of these low-info guys vote, but pay ZERO taxes?

They face no taxation yet they do have nonstop representation by the DEMs and their RINO collaborators, who want to create even more low-info “handout” voters via Amnesty.

The DEMs and the RINOs are OK with the USA Nanny State of Mind

Having lost its moral compass, the nanny state U.S.A. has become a society reeking of greed, envy, hate, corruption, lawlessness and promiscuity. The takers and the entitled, legal and illegal, have outnumbered the givers.

The takers, who repeatedly vote without an I.D. because they are too dumb to procure one, but smart enough to produce an I.D. for welfare benefits and free healthcare, will guarantee that our society will become and remain a socialist nanny state.

That’s the bigger problem: my taxes are being spent to transform America.

My taxes are paying for big and small doses of Socialism that cumulatively have produced the Cultural Hypnosis that we live with today.

The harsh reality is that my taxes are enabling the Left’s hypnotic deception that is destroying America.

The takers are happily hypnotized by the freebees they receive; they will not protect their own freedom or the Constitution that guarantees it.

Nikita proclaimed that our “children’s children will live under communism.”

For me and the rest of the Middle Class who pay our taxes and care about our grandchildren, it’s time to revolt against the government that we no longer trust.

He [Obama] has acted repeatedly as a citizen of the world, even though he was elected to be president of the United States. Virtually every major move of the Obama administration has reduced the power, security and influence of America and its allies.

The RINOs want power more than they want to protect the Constitution and our freedom. The Heritage Action Scorecard documents just who the RINOs are. The Madison Project and the Senate Conservative Fund do the due diligence to identify the winnable races where RINOs can be defeated by true Constitutionalists, who may yet have the time and courage to save us.

I will send in that obscene check to Obama’s IRS with all of the above misgivings. But, I have decided to send a check to the Madison Project and to the Senate Conservative Fund to do my part to take out Mitch McConnell and the other RINOs.

How could I do otherwise given the risk we face!

Join the Club!

Watch this space for the next RINO Hunt Call-to-Concerted-Action!

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