Thursday, July 28, 2011

The Truth About The West Bank Video Has The Palestinians Hopping Mad

Finally the Israelis are setting the record straight regarding the West Bank and the misconceptions about who actually belongs there; and why the term "occupied territories" (that the pro-Palestinians love to bandy about)  is completely bogus. Deputy Foreign Minister, Danny Ayalon, takes it to the Internet and social media to get the info out.

Not surprisingly, the video has enraged the PLO.  Dr. Saeb Erakat, chief negotiator of the Palestinian Liberation Organization's Negotiation Affairs Department, claims  the video is proof that the Israelis are the ones who are "pro-conflict".

"With this video, the Israeli government has left no doubt on its pro-conflict agenda. Now, the international community knows the Israeli government is committed to denying the Palestinian people their inalienable right to self-determination and on continuing their illegal and colonial enterprise in the occupied Palestinian territory."
The Palestinians have always been the aggressors, and Israel has simply tried to preserve its tiny,  British mandated League of Nations  piece of land. No-one seems to care that the surrounding Arab countries have oft attempted to take this land away from the Jews, by force, and that they have as much right to be there as the Palestinians.  It's time the world starts acknowledging that. 

You can't change history, although the pro-Palestinians in the world have done a good job of  lying about it, to further their own agenda.

Source: HonestReporting

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Spenditol- The Remedy For Government Overspending

Just saw the following clever video produced by Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee(CWALAC)- a conservative Christian group- on my local television station. Though it is obviously satirical in nature (inspired by the plethora of pharmaceutical ads touting this or that remedy for this or that disease),  FactCheck felt the need to pipe in on the inaccuracies.  It's satire, folks.

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Monday, July 25, 2011

Iranian Victim Of Child Abuse Dies After Being Force-Fed Crack Cocaine

The U.S. isn't the only country with drug problems or abusive parents.  In the Islamic republic of Iran, children are also being abused by drug addict parents, and dying at the hands of those same unfit parents. For all their holier-than-thou, uber religious attitudes they're just as screwed up as the rest of the world.

A repeatedly abused, unconscious  4-year-old Iranian boy, Mohammad Pooya, died at a Tehran hospital on July 20, 2011 after being forced to use crack cocaine by his father.  Why?  Because papa needed to 'calm' his boy so he could smoke some crack with his buddies.

And it seems hospitals and authorities over there are as inept as they are here.  Apparently, the child was taken to the same hospital back in March and sent home with his parents (court mandated), even after hospital officials were told the boy had used crack.
The parents have been arrested this time around, after the mother confessed her hubby was a drug addict, and was at fault.  This child should never have been returned to his parents. 
Source: Freedom Messenger

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Hezbollah Training Mexican Drug Cartels Across Our Borders

There is reason to believe that Lebanese Hezbollah is stockpiling arms and training drug cartels in Mexico.  The ties aren't all that surprising, since there's certainly no difference between narco terrorism and Islamist terrorism in terms  of the violence.  The similarities in brutality and barbarism are astounding. 

So now, not only do we have to contend with the drug violence on our borders, we have  Islamists waiting for easy entry.

What a comforting thought.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Iran To Produce French Comic's film "The Anti-Semite- The first popular comedy about the Holocaust"

France has always been a hotbed of anti-Semitism, so it's not surprising that the controversial, albeit popular, anti-Semitic French comedian, director, would-be President  Dieudonné M'bala M'bala (whose father is from Cameroon) is developing a film called "L'Antisemite-"  The poster, which has a sub title 'the first popular comedy on the Holocaust" also notes that it will be banned on TV and in movie theatres. Since no-one in that country will touch his projects, and the film will go straight to DVD and sold on his site to his subscribers who pay a 4,90 euro monthly fee,  he's had to find financing elsewhere. Not surprisingly, he's found some deep pockets in Iran.

According to the Tehran Times,  Haft Aseman Cinematic Company (HACC) have signed on to produce and finance "The Anti-Semite" (an adaptation of a play of the same name). Mohsen Ali-Akbari, Managing Director of HACC, was happy to collaborate with Dieudonné because of his own personal "anti-Zionist beliefs". 

The story of “The Anti-Semite” is set in France and shooting will begin in 45 days, he added.

Ali-Akbari said that working on the film with such a sensitive subject in France, which has a pro-Zionist for a president, poses serious dangers for the cast and crew.

“However, I will face all the dangers due to my beliefs and national devotion,” he noted.

Preliminary talks on this movie took place among Dieudonné’s company, the Iranian Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, and the Experimental and Documentary Film Center (EDFC) during Dieudonné’s visit to Tehran in November 2009.
Ali-Akbari signed the contract to produce the film as a representative of the EDFC.

Dieudonné is set to direct and star, while the bulk of the cast and crew will more than likely be Iranian, because, I'm sure, he'd be hard put to find even French actors willing to stoop so low.

Ali-Akbari is so delighted with his fellow anti-Semite he apparently bought the rights to another of Dieudonné's masterpieces, "The Black Code".

“The story of the film, which takes place in 1714, highlights the Zionists’ contributions to slavery in Europe,” Ali-Akbari said.

This time, though, it will be filmed in the Persian Gulf, with an Iranian director at the helm.

Although France apparently has little tolerance for overt anti-Semitism-  according to the Tehran Times article  Danish director Lars Von Trier was booted from the Cannes Film Festival for tastelessly joking about being a Hitler sympathizer- he still gets away with producing projects like his one-man show "Mahmoud".  Yes, based on Iranian holocaust-denier Ahmadinejad's denial comments at the U.N.

As for his popularity: he has almost 80,000 fans on Facebook.
H/T: Philosemitism