Thursday, January 05, 2017

Media’s Hypocrisy on #BLMKidnapping

and CNN ilk

                                          ... is worth 1000 words

How Can We Deal With These People?

1)     Steven Crowder Nails Media’s Hypocrisy on #BLMKidnapping

Yesterday, four bags of dirt attacked a white guy with special needs while shouting “F*ck Trump! F*ck white people!” I’m sure you can deduce their motive. Hint: it starts with an “h” and ends with “ate crime.” You know, because a group of black people ganged up on a white dude just because he was white. As evidenced by the grunting noises (“F*ck white people!”) they made throughout the video. Seems simple enough. Just not simple enough for the human potatoes at CNN (see EVIL: CNN Claims Racist Facebook Beating NOT a Hate Crime!?) or the rest of the mainstream media.

Luckily for us, we have functioning brains. So while we’re on the subject ...

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That Is Not A Hate Crime’
Crazy CNN Panelist Blames TRUMP For Kidnapped, Tortured White Man —

During a panel discussion on CNN Wednesday night, Symone Sanders blamed an unlikely source for the kidnapping of a white, Chicago man who was mentally disabled.

For some reason, Sanders accused Donald Trump for forcing the four black assailants to torture their victim and record it, all while screaming, “fuck Donald Trump! Fuck white people!”

"Now he’s the first homicide of 2017 in Columbus ... "

It was right after the car-and-knife attack by a Somali student on campus .... 

The deal that Obama made with Iran ...

They Clapped while They Took
Away  from the Jews

The deal that Obama made with Iran, a deal that facilitates their ability to fulfill their wish of shooting nuclear warheads into the heartland of Israel, was made possible by the consent of the many Jewish Senators who had the ability to stop this dreadful potential Holocaust by simply voting against the measure. They did not.

Barry Farber's current column in World Net Daily [] makes the case that the U.N. (despite its lofty ideals) is worse than useless, and that the U.S. should renounce its membership and evict the U.N. from NYC (an idea long-espoused by the John Birch Society, which group needs to be viewed apart from the way it's been demonized by Leftist

As if there weren't already enough reason to condemn the U.N., stop funding it and get the hell out, the cheering reaction of its members to the passage of the recent anti-Israel resolution provides even more rationale for that course of action.


By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
Normally, when the U.N. Security Council passes a resolution, a vote is taken and the result recorded. Period.  Something very unusual happened after the Security Council voted to declare Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria as Arab/Islamic land. The representatives of the nations applauded and celebrated what they had just done by giving themselves a standing ovation. They clapped not so much in behalf of what they gave to “Palestinians” but more so in declaring the Jewish tie to the Old City of Jerusalem as illegitimate and Israel’s attachment to the Temple Mount and Judea and Samaria as illegal.
 Rahm Emmanuel and David Axelrod were his chief strategists in the early years when the war against Netanyahu and Israel was launched by the White House. Wendy Sherman was his chief negotiator for the Iran Deal and Jack Lew was a chief advisor and, later, the Treasurer who figured out how to release the billions of dollars to the mullahs of Iran while convincing the Jewish community that “the Deal with Iran was in the best interest of Israel.”
It was a celebration by too many of the nations of the world against the history of the Jewish People and their Covenant to the Holy Land. It was an act of anti-Semitism.

While Obama finds it easy to socialize with leftwing Jews and employ Jews to implement his agenda and articulate his transnational narratives, he does have a problem with the concept of Jewish sovereignty in those places where he feels Islam must prevail.  His idea of Judaism, as he has stated, is for the Jewish people to sacrifice its aspirations in behalf of causes he considers more important: for example, the Black cause in America and the cause of Islam worldwide… and especially the cause of “Palestinians.”

Truth is, Obama feels this way even regarding America -- that America should subsume its needs in behalf of movements and countries he deems more worthy. Obama has a strange morality.  So as to spare the honor and the good name of Islam he has refused to fight during his tenure in behalf of the millions of innocent Christians being killed by the bloody hands of radical Islamic forces, and has ignored the pain of victims of Islamic terror by focusing and sermonizing about “Islam as a religion of peace and tolerance.”

There are by definition no Democrat pols who believe in God.

Real Housewives of ISIS

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Marc Miller

Today's Puke Bucket

But ex-CBS anchor notoriously aired fake news about President Bush

The original, and still king of fake news.

WashPost Is Richly Rewarded


What did Baron tell his followers about this editor’s note that gutted the key claims of the story he hyped? Nothing. Not a word.

IN THE PAST six weeks, the Washington Post published two blockbuster stories about the Russian threat that went viral: one on how Russia is behind a massive explosion of “fake news,” the other on how it invaded the U.S. electric grid. Both articles were fundamentally false. Each now bears a humiliating editor’s note grudgingly acknowledging that the core claims of the story were fiction: The first [Whoops] note was posted a full two weeks later to the top of the original article; the other was buried the following day at the bottom.

But while these debacles are embarrassing for the paper, they are also richly rewarding. That’s because journalists — including those at the Post — aggressively hype and promote the original, sensationalistic false stories, ensuring that they go viral, generating massive traffic for the Post (the paper’s executive editor, Marty Baron, recently boasted about how profitable the paper has become).


After spreading the falsehoods far and wide, raising fear levels and manipulating U.S. political discourse in the process (both Russia stories were widely hyped on cable news), journalists who spread the false claims subsequently note the retraction or corrections only in the most muted way possible, and often not at all. As a result, only a tiny fraction of people who were exposed to the original false story end up learning of the retractions.

But after that story faced a barrage of intense criticism — from Adrian Chen in the New Yorker (“propaganda about Russia propaganda”), Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone (“shameful, disgusting”), my own article, and many others — including legal threats from the sites smeared as Russian propaganda outlets by the Post’s “independent researchers” — the Post finally added its lengthy editor’s note distancing itself from the anonymous group that provided the key claims of its story (“The Post … does not itself vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s findings” and “since publication of the Post’s story, PropOrNot has removed some sites from its list”).


I've pondered here over the sudden shift of the WaPost from left-leaning to full frontal New York Times. Even created this  header for the Times and WaPost for the occasion. True, I had originally applauded Amazon owner Jeff Bezos's purchase of the paper.  I suppose because I've been a stalwart  Amazon fan*, and assigned him a halo

I fully expected to see the likes of  E.J. Dionne Jr. quickly put to pasture.  Alas, it seems that the Will-Krauthammer group have moved, ever so slightly, in his direction. In the case of  Anti-Trumpism, however, they too often mimic the
Dionne crazies.

So it boils down to this.  Bezos is a genius entrepreneur, and does what he must in order to grow.  In the Baltimore Washington news market, that means cater to the leftist lofo.  In addition, Bezos may see danger to innovations like drone delivery services; and, like other tech companies, who were heavily supported by Obama (climate is a $5 billion industry), he will have lost that lobby.  Well, the New York Times catered to that same market, and are in near bankruptcy. So, there's that. Ahem.
* Disclosure:  I owned 1000 shares of Amazon, purchased at about $8 a share, and dumped it during the when it fell from $107 to $7 almost over night.  It's now in the $700. share neighborhood. But kept my AOL stock. *spit*