Whitewashing history: Communism and Islam

For logic-minded Americans still genuinely puzzled as to how it could be that our presidents and secretaries of state and generals and pundits keep hammering home the big lie that Islam has nothing to do with jihad, that the religion of conquest is a “religion of peace,” I have a special warning. Such widespread, politics- and mass-media-driven brainwashing is nothing new.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/09/whitewashing-history-communism-and-islam/#XdMk62CzPI3T3jSF.99

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28 thoughts on “Whitewashing history: Communism and Islam

  1. neocon01 Post author

    The Judeo – Christian

    America A party attached to the principles rather than

    Our short term goal is even more ambitious – to succeed in full exposure before 2016 of this unprecedented crisis, the hoax of the century. To expose the illegitimacy since 2008 of the entire American government and of all parties backing it, collaborating, or compliant with it (and those are, alas, all existing American parties including the Tea party). We are constitutionalists and conservatives, but in the true sense of these concepts – unlike the parties carrying these names, yet staying in denial or maintaining a taboo since 2008 on the Obama’s illegal presidency.

    Moreover, the main characteristic of our Platform is that it reclaims exactly those crucial items, which the ruling elite of the last 100 years had removed from circulation entirely. So much so, that other supposedly conservative parties (and the controlled media) dare not even touch these items. We are here to return these fundamental ideas back into circulation, back into public discussion.

    There is a deeply rooted argument in American mentality against any “third” party (especially against a “new third” party). Americans (even conservative Americans) think only in terms of some election victory in the current election, in terms of voting for a lesser evil in order to win a 2 cent betterment right now. Thus it seems pointless for them to care and support anybody but the Demo-Republican duo, or else it would only drain a few votes from the Republican party facilitating the win of Democrats…

    So what?! The Demo-Republican duo is not in a real opposition to each other any more! Along with the Democrats, the Republican party is guilty in the 2008/2012 double coup. Twice they allowed the campaign of an impostor and collaborated for the election victory of an unqualified stranger and uncovered felon. For that alone any party with such a legacy would be prosecuted and dismissed in any civilized society. It is really sick to seek Republican victories as a way of advancing conservative goals. This nation is under de-facto one party rule and so far we have no organized opposition – a sickening fact in itself.
    Therefore, our goal is not merely to coexist with other parties as an insignificant complement, but to fully expose those criminal parties, undermining their very existence, and in so doing – to recruit the remnants of their honest conservative membership into the Judeo-Christian America.

    http://judeochristianamerica.org/

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  2. neocon01 Post author

    Social conservatives launch campaign to defeat heretic Republican candidates

    “We cannot in good conscience urge our members and fellow citizens to support candidates like DeMaio, Tisei or Wehby,” the presidents of the three groups write. “They are wrong on critical, foundational issues of importance to the American people. Worse, as occupants of high office they will secure a platform in the media to advance their flawed ideology and serve as terrible role models for young people who will inevitably be encouraged to emulate them.”

    DeMaio and Tisei are the only out LGBT federal candidates from the Republican Party to be appearing on the ballot this fall.

    “The Republican Party platform is a ‘statement of who we are and what we believe.’ Thus, the platform supports the truth of marriage as the union of husband and wife, and recognizes the sanctity and dignity of human life,” NOM President Brian S. Brown said in a statement.

    Read more: http://americanthinker.com/blog/2014/09/social_conservatives_launch_campaign_to_defeat_heretic_republican_candidate_.html#ixzz3EQieBgLv

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    1. neocon01 Post author

      Amnesty and John Ellis (Jeb) Bush
      By Jason Kissner

      Recent remarks by one John Ellis Bush (Jeb) on the subject of amnesty very arguably encapsulate, in ways that no other words could quite as precisely, what is wrong with today’s Republican Party. Many conservatives are still unwilling to acknowledge just what the core vision of the still dominant Bush wing of the Republican Party — which is scarcely distinguishable from the Democratic Party — is.

      Read more: http://americanthinker.com/blog/2014/09/amnesty_and_john_ellis_jeb_bush.html#ixzz3EQjhIVL5

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    1. GMB

      eric the red on the Supreme Court? Constitutionally it’s aok. barkus dorkus can nominate whoever he wants.

      rinos miss lindsay, captain mccain, alleged criminal dirdie durbin’s bff mark kirk have already voted yes to confirm him.

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  3. neocon01 Post author

    more of ameriKas slide into the pit of hell.

    Drudge;
    BEHEADING IN OKLAHOMA…

    REPORT: Suspect tried to convert others to Islam…

    Fired After Argument Over Stoning Women…

    Celebrated Terrorists on FACEBOOK…

    ‘SHARIA LAW IS COMING!!!!’

    ‘America and Israel Wicked’…

    Police classify as workplace violence…

    Muslims Shout ‘Praise Allah!’ Following Press Conference… Obama Praised Muslim Cleric who Endorsed Fatwa Against American Troops… PR giant dumps Israel, signs Muslim Brotherhood…

    Psalm 108:9

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  4. GMB

    All will be well if we all just put aside our differences and elect Mitt to the White House. All will be well. When our “guy” makes gub’mint bigger it is fine and dandy. All will be well.

    No need to fear anything with Mitt. All hail MItt!!!

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  5. GMB

    The Mormon is not the problem. The “progressive” is. Don’t worry all will well. Everything will be put back to rights. gub’mint will still be big but it will be more efficient. Mitt will not break down the first time the media calls him a name.

    All will be well. They have proclaimed this at blogs for veggies. They are always right. Mitt is the real deal in 2016!!

    All hail Mitt!!!!

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  6. neocon01 Post author

    The Mormon is not the problem.

    sadly, for many it is a BIG problem, many consider it a cult and figure someone not smart enough to see through their false teachings shouldnt be in charge of our government.
    I dont agree with this but many evangelicals in the GOP do.A good man, but as they say box office poison.

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  7. neocon01 Post author

    To: SeekAndFind
    This is pretty well-accepeted here: those strongly identifying as “born again” believers just couldn’t bring themselves to vote for a Mormon (especially one that had, at one time, sanctioned abortion, gay marriage, etc.)

    Romney lost more believers’ votes than the foul-mouthed McCain.
    19 posted on 9/27/2014, 3:26:19 PM by zerosix (Native Sunflower)

    To: SeekAndFind

    Just in my own small circle, several people I know couldn’t vote for a Mormon. Evangelicals really don’t trust Mormons. The R’s should have realized they would lose because of this.

    44 posted on 9/27/2014, 4:02:56 PM by agrarianlady

    http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3208548/posts

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    1. GMB

      First off you have to believe the repukes wanted to win in the first place with captain mccain and Mitt. There are serious doubts about that. Second the myth that Evangelicals not voting cost Mitt the election have been debunked several times over by better writers than I.

      Evangelicals despite reservations turned out in record numbers to vote for the repuke money man Mitt. The election data, despite what the huckster and amy say, bears this out.

      When the repukes quit being a mirror image of the progtards they will win. That will not happen. When the repukes quit pissing off their Evangelical base they will win. It is that darn simple.

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  8. GMB

    A piece of paper can not now nor ever govern an immoral society. When you not only allow immorality to be brought into the public square but promote it with the spending of taxpayer dollars you will get nothing but more immorality in return.

    A piece of paper can not govern an immoral society. The only thing that can placate an immoral society is the continuous expenditure of others people money. Until there is no more left to expend. Clyvven Bundy was only the first to use force of arms against this gub’mint.

    Any bets on him being the last?

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  9. GMB

    We hear the wailing of your emos and wymyn folk. We see the sobbing of your betas in capris. Not only do we smile but we laugh in your face.

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  10. neocon01 Post author

    A piece of paper can not govern an immoral society. The only thing that can placate an immoral society is the continuous expenditure of others people money

    nor can it govern low IQ, un evolved savages.

    Readers of American Thinker will not be surprised to hear about another episode of black mob violence in Kansas City. It was documented here, not too long ago.

    But people who live in Kansas City by now know their town is a center of racial violence at the upscale entertainment district called the Country Club Plaza, the Zoo and neighborhoods throughout the city.

    Yes, even the Zoo.

    They tried everything to fix it: Get a new police chief. New mayor. New tactics. But nothing changed: Black mobs continued rampaging, assaulting and creating violent mayhem at The Plaza. Finally they tried a curfew — against the advice of a former mayor of Kansas City, Emanuel Cleaver, who is now a member of the Congressional Black Caucus:

    “All we are going to do is make a lot of black kids angry,” said the Congressman. He was right. Black mob violence proceeds in Kansas City and no one seems to be able to stop it.

    Over the weekend, at a black high school, several people were arrested after large-scale violence disrupted a football game. A teacher was attacked and taken to the hospital after “several people took issue with her telling them what to do,” i.e. asking for tickets.

    Several others were arrested after “conflicts” with police, i.e. they assaulted the police. (This Google translator comes in handy.) All the while, black mob violence and mayhem continued in and out of the stadium. One local observer, the wag at Tony’s Kansas City website, was not surprised at the violence. He was surprised that anyone in Kansas City might be surprised.

    In Providence, black mob violence was so widespread and intense Saturday night that state officials called an emergency meeting for Sunday to close one of the night clubs at the center of the mayhem.

    In Indianapolis, a few hours after the president’s speech, large-scale black mob violence ensued when a group of black people tried to enter a birthday party at the VFW club. Police say more than 50 shots were fired and four people were wounded.

    In Miami, a few hours after the president’s speech, black mob violence preceded a gun battle where 15 black people were wounded. Most were teenagers or pre-teens.

    At 3:15 a.m., the morning after the president’s speech, four black people were wounded with a knife, one fatally, after a large fight broke out at a teenage birthday party.

    Closer to the president’s speech, 18.5 miles away at Six Flags America amusement park in suburban Maryland, a large group of black people fought and created mayhem during and after Fright Fest — and during the president’s speech.

    A spokeswoman for the park said nothing much happened, despite what anyone might have heard on TV or in the newspapers. The Washington Post attributed some of the violence to the “teenagers” whose parents dropped them off at the park while they attended the nearby Evangel Cathedral for Saturday night services.

    The church has a white pastor but the congregation is predominately black. The Friday Night service is called R.I.O.T. Youth Service.

    Parents and witnesses to the mayhem at Six Flags took to the NBC News website to tell what really happened.

    One black parent was not buying the “nothing to see here” explanation from the park: “This spoke person lied. My children and their friends was there and they were not top priority as stated. My son was running with the crowd so he would not get tramped on and a cop/guard tacked him to the ground. Handed cuffed him, cut up his card and put him out the park. This was done to several of the people there. It was more than a fight because someone was stabbed and shot.”

    Another parent called it a mini-riot. Others said it was a full-blown riot, “just like you see on TV.”

    Still others (that’s reporter talk for me) said this was just another night, in another week, in another month, where black mob violence is now so common it is considered normal. At the football game. The park. The fairgrounds. Big cities. Small cities. And a dinner featuring the President of the United States.

    Read more: http://americanthinker.com/2014/09/racial_disparity_is_a_bitch.html#ixzz3Ei05T5gE

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    1. GMB

      Don’t worry at all. As soon as we elect an experienced businessman and administrator who will make gub’mint more efficient, all will be well.

      ALL WILL BE WELL!!!!

      We just have to believe it. We just have to believe.

      Who am I kidding. Mitt hasn’t got a chance in hell of winning the election. Amazona wants to blame us for Mitts loss, it is going to be true next time.

      The only thing that remains is for the progtards to anoint the magic vagina. poor house Hillary or injun lizzy?

      I’ll give ya 6 to 5 odds on injun lizzy.

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    2. GMB

      Somebody needs to tell those “youths” that rioting is un Constitutional. I’m sure they will quit as soon as they find that out.

      What do you think?

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  11. GMB

    By default it looks like the repukes will end up with a slim majority in the Senate next term. I don’t see any danger in the repukes loosing the House. James, any chance you can come out hiding and give us your take on the Congressional elections? It would also be interesting to know who your choice for chief progtard is.

    Now having majorities in both branches of Congress, do you think the pukes can find their collective balls?

    bwwahahahahahahahah!!!!!!!!

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  12. GMB

    My wife and I going to Germany for a couple weeks next month. Wrap up he final work on the sell of my Mother in Laws small house. On the way back we plan on visiting France.

    Now bear me out here. What business could a right wing fringe lunatic like him have in France of all places?

    I have a plan. I have it on good authority that the “Reanimator” was not a movie. It was a documentary. With that in mind, I am going to(I hope I do not get arrested for this) dig up the bones of one Henri Phillipe Petain.

    The reanimator will get to work and when he is finished? WaLa!!! a perfect new if musty smelly candidate for the repukes.

    Ole Henri could teach them a thing or two about working with the other side.

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    1. neocon01 Post author

      My wife and I going to Germany for a couple weeks next month.

      vee vill beeee vatching.youuuu….PAPERS!!! signed the NSA and bathhouse barry.

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  13. GMB

    “My wife and I going to Germany for a couple weeks next month.”

    Looking forward to the trip. Will be visiting our old stomping grounds in Augsburg. Pay our respects at my Father in Laws grave, he was a damn good man. I miss him. Not only was he my FiL but a good friend.

    Going to be a busy off season unless Mitt can not save us from the ebola out break that is. He better be on the job.

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