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September 22, 2014

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The Barbarians Within Our Gates

September 22, 2014

With his decision to use force against the violent extremists of the Islamic State, President Obama is doing more than to knowingly enter a quagmire.

ISIS is Barack Obama's mess and now he wants Canada's help

September 22, 2014

ISIS is Barack Obama’s mess. He made it and now he wants our help to clean it up. What do Canadians owe him?

U.S. Navy caught spying on whole state

September 22, 2014

A child pornography case in Washington has shockingly escalated as an appeals court determined the U.S. Navy has been engaged in a “routine” and “widespread” program of “hacking” into private citizens’ computers and turning over information to law enforcement agencies.

Maine Dem Promotes Video Calling for Susan Collins to Perform Multiple Sex Acts

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A video promoted by Maine Democratic gubernatorial candidate Michael Michaud features the rap song “King of Maine,” which calls for Maine’s prominent Republican Sen. Susan Collins to give everyone “brain,” a term known to mean oral sex.

NewsBusted! Jay Carney, HHS Department, Welfare Recipients, Obama Doll, ISIS

September 22, 2014

We have another episode of Jodi Miller and her distinct brand of humor that skewers all things National Socialist and our feckless tyrant Obama and his wife.

Declining Business Dynamism in the United States: A Look at States and Metros

September 20, 2014

Business dynamism is the process by which firms continually are born, fail, expand, and contract, as some jobs are created, others are destroyed, and others still are turned over.

Obama Allows the Barbarians Within Our Walls

We are given an insight into the disintegration of the Arab world by Hisham Melehem where his thesis statement is telling and points the finger at themselves:

Arab civilization, such as we knew it, is all but gone. The Arab world today is more violent, unstable, fragmented and driven by extremism—the extremism of the rulers and those in opposition—than at any time since the collapse of the Ottoman Empire a century ago. Every hope of modern Arab history has been betrayed. The promise of political empowerment, the return of politics, the restoration of human dignity heralded by the season of Arab uprisings in their early heydays—all has given way to civil wars, ethnic, sectarian and regional divisions and the reassertion of absolutism, both in its military and atavistic forms.

This indictment was then reinforced by the next declaration that they are unable to correct this situation and that they are looking at least in the authors opinion to western nations to help them:

Is it any surprise that, like the vermin that take over a ruined city, the heirs to this self-destroyed civilization should be the nihilistic thugs of the Islamic State? And that there is no one else who can clean up the vast mess we Arabs have made of our world but the Americans and Western countries?

Along with the death of these Arab nations to govern themselves is the openness in their societies and nation states being replaced by a security state because of the resurgent Islamofascism has destroyed their societies:

A byproduct of the depredation of the national security state and resurgent Islamism has been the slow death of the cosmopolitanism that distinguished great Middle Eastern cities like Alexandria, Beirut, Cairo and Damascus.

One other revelation comes forward and seems to be a worldwide phenomenon of repression by government(s) that is occurring everywhere simultaneously:

The jihadists of the Islamic State, in other words, did not emerge from nowhere. They climbed out of a rotting, empty hulk—what was left of a broken-down civilization. They are a gruesome manifestation of a deeper malady afflicting Arab political culture, which was stagnant, repressive and patriarchal after the decades of authoritarian rule that led to the disastrous defeat in the 1967 war with Israel. That defeat sounded the death knell of Arab nationalism and the resurgence of political Islam, which projected itself as the alternative to the more secular ideologies that had dominated the Arab republics since the Second World War. If Arab decline was the problem, then “Islam is the solution,” the Islamists said—and they believed it.

We hear the same arguments being made in our nation as we transition ourselves from an open society to a security state and the growth of repression, is it contagious or is it just expedient as the world moves to a worldwide conflagration.

We discussed this repression in our US Intelligence Raises Threat Level from al Qaeda article:

We have to ask some qualifying  questions as this seems to contradict the actual reality of what these groups are trying to accomplish and we have to question this assessment by our own intelligence agencies and groups. We believe that these assessments are not for the stopping of these groups but to continue the constant state of fear and repression that our own government has created over these acts by Islamofascists against our own citizens and we just accept them without question. The question of technical prowess comes to mind as well since a smart bomb to Islamofascists is a terrorist with a suicide vest, many times a mentally or defective individual from birth looking to bring honor to themselves or their family.

While we cannot discard this observation with our feckless tyrant Obama at the helm of the regime in power that he has and would continue the repression started for possibly loftier reasons after 9/11.

Is this simply a function of Islam and their murderous rampage across the Mideast and the world?

The only corollary, we have to this worldwide rise in repression is during the Crusades which started in 1096 A.D. where Europe rose to liberate the Holy Lands from Islam, which is the Mideast.

Is this repression a function of Islam itself or the reaction to Islam as we now have one almost thousand years that separate these two events in history?

During this time religious differences caused most of the repression in Europe which caused many to join the crusades to escape and find their fame or fortune in religious war. If we fast forward to today we have the resurgence of this repression, though it is reaction to the rise of Islam and the Islamofascists at least that is what we are told. Though we see persecution is being taken against our citizens simply for having different political beliefs than the regime in power.

These are interesting intersections with history and we should strive to understand the causes because they are similar in reaction though not due to the same circumstances in the western nation at least.

Or are they?

We have some confirmation of this insight from  Melehem with this statement:

At their core, both political currents—Arab nationalism and Islamism—are driven by atavistic impulses and a regressive outlook on life that is grounded in a mostly mythologized past. For most Islamists, democracy means only majoritarian rule, and the rule of sharia law, which codifies gender inequality and discrimination against non-Muslims.

And let’s face the grim truth: There is no evidence whatever that Islam in its various political forms is compatible with modern democracy. From Afghanistan under the Taliban to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, and from Iran to Sudan, there is no Islamist entity that can be said to be democratic, just or a practitioner of good governance.

We have confirmation that at least one aspect of this political and religious divide is being driven by Islam's dreams of what they consider their golden age, though this does not explain our wholesale abandonment of our Constitutional and Judeo Christian principles for that of a security state.

The Arab world has seen repression at heightened levels we have not seen, though ours is a veneer of false security when we are monitored by electronic and other means that we may not be aware of.

In the Arab world it was more evident and described by an Arab poet:

The repression and intimidation of the societies they ruled over were painfully summarized by the gifted Syrian poet Muhammad al-Maghout: “I enter the bathroom with my identity papers in my hand.”

Mr. Melehem ends his historic retelling of the timeline for the rise of Islam with this poignant ending:

My generation of Arabs was told by both the Arab nationalists and the Islamists that we should man the proverbial ramparts to defend the “Arab World” against the numerous barbarians (imperialists, Zionists, Soviets) massing at the gates. Little did we know that the barbarians were already inside the gates, that they spoke our language and were already very well entrenched in the city.

We find this eerily familiar and has a ring of truth because we too see the barbarians at the gate with Obama and his National Socialist Party that is tearing down our Constitutional Republic and replacing it with a fascist state that persecutes citizens. How is that both of our worlds are on a collision path, does humanity have a self destructive directive that is programmed into us and that it periodically must be satisfied.

Or are we just being manipulated as we also pointed out in our US Intelligence Raises Threat Level from al Qaeda article:

Could it be because these are not the acts of terrorism, and is not being done by Islamofascists but others, or are they simply being made to be a ghost in the machine to keep a security and police state in existence for the exploitation by our government(s) to repress our own people.  

The quest for power and abuse of power is as old as humanity and we suspect that it is a little of both, some of what we are experiencing is due to real security concerns by portions of our government. Though the actions by Obama and his regime are for his own glory and personal power to bring this nation to subjugation of Islam and his own desire for tyrannical power and a totalitarian state.

He is simply a traitor...

The question for our citizens is that we must decide if we are free citizens that believe in freedom and liberty and are willing to face this evil from the Mideast and known simply as Islam on our terms. Or cower in the corner subjugated by an usurper and feckless tyrant that has made a mockery out of our founding principles all to bring this nation to destruction of his own making.

The choice is ours and we had better make this choice sooner than later, because we too have the same situation:

Little did we know that the barbarians were already inside the gates, that they spoke our language and were already very well entrenched in the city.

From Politco.

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