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More on Taquiyya

Muslim Deceit and the Burden of Proof If Islam permits deceit, why should non-Muslims let their guard down? January 21, 2020 Raymond Ibrahim Raymond Ibrahim, author most recently of Sword and Scimitar, is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. In his recent defense of the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya (dismantled here), Usama Hasan, of the UK think tank Quilliam, made the following admission: It is true that hardened Islamist terrorists, such as the Al-Qaeda & ISIS supporter Usman Khan who murdered two people at Fishmongers’ Hall [after pretending to have been “rehabilitated”], do misuse the principle of […]


Terrorists

Why was the terrorist general, Suleimani in Baghdad? Was he there for dinner, drinks, laughs and to tour the sights? President Trump has stated that Suleimani was there to plan something against Americans and American assets. Assuredly it was not about planting IEDs. He was there to plan something both audacious and spectacular. If President Trump was more specific, he might give away intelligence sources. No longer a part of government, I am allowed to speculate based on my long years of personal experience in the Middle East and now at home observing Iran using publicly available information. Suleimani had […]


Vetting Moslems at Miliary Bases

By James E. Horn Pensacola, Fla.: A Saudi national murdered four wonderful Americans while at least ten fellow Saudis stood by, watched, and even assisted the perpetrator. Days later, the Pentagon announced that it will do a better job of vetting foreign military student/trainees. HOGWASH! Properly and thoroughly vetting Saudis, Iraqis, Kuwaitis, Turks, Pakistanis, nationals of the fifty-seven (57) states of the umma of Islam is not feasible. Crime statistics near and at military training facilities that host some of these characters are grossly underreported by despicably Politically Correct military, federal, and local authorities, and the media. The fix is […]


Criteria

-People get knifed and carved up by Moslems in England and the British are unwilling to call many of these attacks an act of terrorism. -Swedes are being attacked by Moslems daily and the Swedish government is unwilling to call these acts of terrorism. -French are being assaulted, knifed, shot, and run over by trucks and their leaders are unwilling to attribute some of these acts to Islamic terrorism. -Moslems in Australia commit horrible acts every day and the Ausies are unwilling to attribute this to terrorism. In America, a Saudi guns down people at NAS Pensacola and the FBI […]


Danger

Are We Americans Being Duped? By James E. Horn I am sick and tired of all of this phony impeach Trump nonsense. The Democrats, driven by hatred and fear of President Trump just won’t give up. First, it was Stormy, then the Russians (are coming) hoax, and now the Ukranian hoax, soon to be another hoax. We know that Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi are insanely manipulative liars. Chuckie Schumer is waiting in the wings for the impeachment process to hit the Senate where he can lie and fulminate in front of the cameras. What or who is behind all […]


Disturbing Trends

DISTURBING TRENDS By Bonnie M. Parsley According to the 2019 poll taken by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, 70% of Millennials would likely vote for a socialist. The same poll showed that support for capitalism has declined among this group in just the past year. This is terrifying. This alarming statistic shows the total failure of our schools and universities to educate students on the reality of socialism/communism/collectivism. As we approach Thanksgiving, polls such as this makes us wonder how many young people understand and are grateful for the great gift of freedom that our Constitution guarantees. The ignorance […]


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Rising Crime in Our Back Yard By James E. Horn A short time ago, I learned that the City of New York (Mayor de Blasio no doubt with governor Cuomo’s blessing) has been exporting vagrants by buying them one-way airline tickets to over 370 other cities nationwide. Yep, these Democratic leaders are passing the buck – err…. mess on to other cities because they can’t handle their own problems. We can rest assured that California is being blessed with an ample re-supply of vagrants and problems as if we don’t have enough of them already. But, whoa! The cesspool gets […]


France, dying

France: je ne t’aime plus encore! … (France: I don’t love you any more!) James E. (Jim) Horn The French-American love/hate relationship has always been in flux. I’ve traveled to France several times, enjoyed its art, culture, cosine, and night life. I’ve known, partied, and worked with wonderful French people. I won’t consider going there now. France came to our side during the American revolution which we may not have won without French support. France supported the United States in our other conflicts with the British. For this we love and are forever beholding to France. We returned the favor […]


War with Iran

Middle East Wars, Round Whatever By James E. Horn The next round is coming, and I suspect it will be within the next 30-days. Israel became independent in 1948, fought a war over the Suez with Egypt in 1956, the Six Day War in 1967, and the Yom Kippur War in 1973 along with a number of incursions into Gaza and Lebanon. Whenever the Islamists have attacked Israel, they have lost. Yet they continue to threaten and attack again and again. It is a part of what they are – a pack of barbarians bent on the destruction of Israel, […]


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FOREIGN AFFAIRS ESSAYJanuary/February 2019 Issue Deepfakes and the New Disinformation War The Coming Age of Post-Truth Geopolitics By Robert Chesney and Danielle Citron A picture may be worth a thousand words, but there is nothing that persuades quite like an audio or video recording of an event. At a time when partisans can barely agree on facts, such persuasiveness might seem as if it could bring a welcome clarity. Audio and video recordings allow people to become firsthand witnesses of an event, sparing them the need to decide whether to trust someone else’s account of it. And thanks to smartphones, […]