Wednesday, February 18, 2015

My lunch with Barry ...

I am not "incompetent."

cuzzin ricky

Cleanskins with Foreskins


A person who does not have an existing criminal record or who has not attracted the attention of police or security forces. Intelligence officials have been concerned for some time about the threat posed by cleanskins"

is a movie 
is not, but should be

The headlines tell the story: evil is running amok around the world.

Just this week, 21 Egyptian Christians were beheaded in a horrifying five-minute video, 45 Iraqis were placed in cages and burned alive within five miles of a base where 300 U.S. Marines are surrounded by ISIS.

Yemen has fallen to al Qaeda and our Embassy Marines were ordered by the President to give up their arms to the enemy and leave the country.

Boko Haram, the African Islamic group that President Obama used the "#BringBackOurGirls" hashtag campaign to fight their kidnapping of 200 Christian girls, has now attacked Chad and is on the move terrorizing Christian Africans in Nigeria and surrounding countries.  Apparently, Islamic-driven murderous armies intent upon world domination #arenotimpressedwithtwitterhashtags.

And in Copenhagen, Denmark, a free speech seminar was disrupted by an Islamic follower of Islamic State who murdered two participants.

Just in time, President Obama is having a "Confronting Violent Extremism" summit.  A summit where it is against the rules to mention the common denominator in the horrific violence it is meant to discuss — Islamic extremism. [Full Obama's See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil summit]

, a film I had, until last night,  zero awareness of,
rocks!   My opening screen cap (Obama's "inclusive doctrine," which is really "Obama's See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil summit") came early, and made me stand at attention!  Charlotte Rampling plays "Q" to Sean Bean's rather scruffy  "licensed to kill"  character.  This thing is wild; fast paced with plot turns that gave me whiplash.   Here's one review that sums up (but only gives 3 stars to this, at least, 4 star thriller). Streams on Netflix.

Secret service operative Ewan (Bean) is escorting an asset when he's caught in a well-planned assassination attempt that results in the loss of a shipment of Semtex. The hit was orchestrated by Islamic terrorist Ash (Galeya), a young British man with murder in mind.

A brutal, unsparing thriller, if a little on the long side. Director Hajaig's should be applauded for striving to show a balanced view of the radicalisation process and the campaign against terrorism. Sean Bean should be applauded for kicking several shades of ass.

Ash Wednesday-LENT

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