Koran Killers: The Exact Moment #Hillary2016 Lost The Election

Update: Did Jeb Bush just quit the presidential race? Or is Bush now actively campaigning on behalf of Donald Trump? How else to explain this:

Jeb Bush said he wouldn’t ban Syrian refugees from entering the U.S., separating himself from most Republican governors and his party’s presidential field as he pitched himself as the most experienced candidate running for the nomination.

“The answer to this is not to ban people from coming,” Bush said Tuesday in an interview with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann for Bloomberg Politics’ With All Due Respect. “The answer is to lead, to resolve the problem in Syria.”

Even Chuckie Schumer sees Donald Trump’s Trojan Horse lead and says: “A “pause” on refugees may be necessary.” Hillary2016 stands with JeBush on this one and it is a calamity for both. Can’t fix it.

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In 2012 we pinpointed, before and after the fact, the exact hour when Mitt Romney lost the election. It was our “meltdown” moment. We remember that day almost as if it happened this past Saturday. Indeed, it was on a Saturday when Willard destroyed himself.

On that Saturday Willard “Mitt” Romney decided that the best way to wiggle himself out of the many attacks his foolish campaign was subject to was to name his choice for Vice President. Instead of a moment of strength, a great moment for his campaign, the fact that Willard tried to escape his troubles by changing the topic to the VP race only highlighted the explosive sign of weakness and the mess to come in November.

We exploded in rage on that Saturday. Not only did Romney make a Saturday morning announcement in competition with the Olympics – Romney also decided to turn the election into an “issues” election with his selection of Paul Ryan and a Great Lakes strategy – instead of the referendum on Obama’s failed presidency, as Romney had promised.

On that Saturday morning in 2012 Mitt Romney threw away the election.

This past Saturday night, Hillary Clinton threw away the election, presuming she gets the nomination.

On Saturday night Hillary decided to wage war on termites. Hillary discovered two termites named Bernie and Marty in her house – so Hillary burned down her house. Now the two termites are entirely dead but Hillary is exposed to the elements, homeless.

That’s the best explanation we can come up with to deal with Hillary’s suicidal Saturday surrender. Are Bernie Sanders or Martin O’Malley such mortal threats that Hillary had to finish them off in the debate at the cost of Youtube moments that will be used against her in the general election?

Hillary Clinton, the brave woman who in 2008 threatened she would “obliterate” Iran and said so to make her policy lines clear in order that Iran would not miscalculate was nowhere to be found. Hillary Clinton, the woman who in June 2014 said that the many illegal immigrants breaking into the United States through the southern border, many of them children, had to be sent back to Mexico, could not be found on the stage.



That Hillary has been replaced with the Hillary that supports Barack Obama’s deal with Iran which will provide Iran with $150 billion they can use to expand their Persian Empire of Terror. That Hillary after the terror attacks in Paris persisted in her defense of potentially bringing in a horde of killers to the United States draped in the hoods of “refugee” is more than shameful. It is catastrophic.

Hillary Clinton, must have forgotten that when she was the wife of then Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton the Mariel refugee crisis erupted. Mariel refugees from Castro’s Cuba included criminals and psychopaths purposely shipped out by Fidel. Thereafter a riot and escape from Fort Chaffee in Arkansas which enraged Governor Clinton eventually contributed to his re-election defeat.

All that hard history was forgotten on Saturday night when Hillary Clinton blew herself up like a Muslim in Paris suicide bomber:



CBS’s John Dickerson Asks Democratic Candidates If They Use The Phrase “Radical Islam,” None Will

At the second DNC presidential debate, CBS News’s John Dickerson asked the three Democratic candidates whether they can defeat “radical Islam” without using the phrase.

DICKERSON: You have been making the case when you talk about lack of forward vision, you’re essentially saying that Secretary Clinton lacks that vision and this critique matches up with this discussion of language. The critique is that the softness of language betrays a softness of approach. So if this language — if you don’t call it by what it is, how can your approach be effective to the cause? That’s the critique.

Full transcript:

DICKERSON: Secretary Clinton, you mentioned radical jihadists. Marco Rubio, also running for president, said that this attack showed and the attack in Paris showed that we are at war with radical Islam. Do you agree with that characterization, radical Islam?

CLINTON: I don’t think we’re at war with Islam. I don’t think we’re at war with all Muslims. I think we’re at war with jihadists who have —

DICKERSON: Just to interrupt. He didn’t say all Muslims. He just said radical Islam. Is that a phrase you don’t…

CLINTON: I think THAT you can talk about Islamists who clearly are also jihadists, but I think it’s not particularly helpful to make the case that Senator Sanders was just making that I agree with, that we’ve got to reach out to Muslim countries.

We’ve got to have them be part of our coalition. If they hear people running for president who basically shortcut it to say we are somehow against Islam, that was one of the real contributions, despite all the other problems, that George W. Bush made after 9/11 when he basically said after going to a Mosque in Washington, we are not at war with Islam or Muslims.

We are at war with violent extremism. We are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression. And, yes, we are at war with those people. But I don’t want us to be painting with too broad a brush.

DICKERSON: The reason I ask is you gave a speech at Georgetown University in which you said, that it was important to show, quote, “respect, even for one’s enemies. Trying to understand and in so far as psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view.” Can you explain what that means in the context of this kind of barbarism?

CLINTON: I think with this kind of barbarism and nihilism, it’s very hard to understand, other than the lust for power, the rejection of modernity, the total disregard for human rights, freedom, or any other value that we know and respect.

Historically, it is important to try to understand your adversary in order to figure out how they are thinking, what they will be doing, how they will react. I plead that it’s very difficult when you deal with ISIS and organizations like that whose behavior is so barbaric and so vicious that it doesn’t seem to have any purpose other than lust for killing and power and that’s very difficult to put ourselves in the other shoe.

(CROSSTALK)

DICKERSON: Just quickly, do either of you, radical Islam, do either of you use that phrase?

SANDERS: I don’t think the term is what’s important. What is important to understand is we have organizations, whether it is ISIS or Al Qaida, who do believe we should go back several thousand years. We should make women third-class citizens, that we should allow children to be sexually assaulted, that they are a danger to modern society.

And that this world, with American leadership, can and must come together to destroy them. We can do that. And it requires an entire world to come together, including in a very active way, the Muslim nations.

DICKERSON: Governor O’ Malley, you have been making the case when you talk about lack of forward vision, you’re essentially saying that Secretary Clinton lacks that vision and this critique matches up with this discussion of language. The critique is that the softness of language betrays a softness of approach. So if this language — if you don’t call it by what it is, how can your approach be effective to the cause? that’s the critique.

O’ MALLEY: I believe calling it what it is, is to say radical jihadis. That’s calling it what it is. But John, let’s not fall into the trap of thinking that all of our Muslim American neighbors in this country are somehow our enemies here. They are our first line of defense.

And we are going to be able to defeat ISIS on the ground there, as well as in this world, because of the Muslim Americans in our country and throughout the world who understand that this brutal and barbaric group is perverting the name of a great world religion. And now, like never before, we need our Muslim American neighbors to stand up and to — and to be a part of this.

This is not mush coming from Hillary Clinton’s mouth, it is filth. Our first article this year featured the Muslim President of Egypt specifically naming Muslims as the problem when it comes to terrorism:

Is it possible that 1.6 billion people [Muslims] should want to kill the rest of the world’s inhabitants—that is 7 billion—so that they themselves may live? Impossible!

I am saying these words here at Al Azhar, before this assembly of scholars and ulema—Allah Almighty be witness to your truth on Judgment Day concerning that which I’m talking about now. [snip]

I say and repeat again that we are in need of a religious revolution. You, imams, are responsible before Allah. The entire world, I say it again, the entire world is waiting for your next move… because this umma is being torn, it is being destroyed, it is being lost—and it is being lost by our own hands.

Muslim President of Egypt Al-Sisi righteously blames the entire Islamic population of the world, the Umma, but from Hillary Clinton, filth.

Hillary Clinton would not use the words “radical Islam” even as the blood soaked mounds of Islam’s victims still laid piled up in a Paris theater and morgues. Hillary on Saturday failed the test of leadership. Hillary Clinton refuses to denounce Barack Obama’s polices of appeasement and weakness – if not outright treachery.

Hours after the Koran Killers struck in Paris, Barack Obama continued to release the other Islamic killers luxuriously caged in Guantanamo. From Hillary… silence.

The leftist Atlantic declares the Quran/Koran Kooks to be the problem:

In the past year, President Obama has referred to the Islamic State, variously, as “not Islamic” and as al-Qaeda’s “jayvee team,” statements that reflected confusion about the group, and may have contributed to significant strategic errors. [snip]

We can gather that their state rejects peace as a matter of principle; that it hungers for genocide; that its religious views make it constitutionally incapable of certain types of change, even if that change might ensure its survival; and that it considers itself a harbinger of—and headline player in—the imminent end of the world.

The Islamic State, also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), follows a distinctive variety of Islam whose beliefs about the path to the Day of Judgment matter to its strategy, and can help the West know its enemy and predict its behavior. Its rise to power is less like the triumph of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt (a group whose leaders the Islamic State considers apostates) than like the realization of a dystopian alternate reality in which David Koresh or Jim Jones survived to wield absolute power over not just a few hundred people, but some 8 million. [snip]

We are misled in a second way, by a well-intentioned but dishonest campaign to deny the Islamic State’s medieval religious nature. [snip]

The reality is that the Islamic State is Islamic. Very Islamic. Yes, it has attracted psychopaths and adventure seekers, drawn largely from the disaffected populations of the Middle East and Europe. But the religion preached by its most ardent followers derives from coherent and even learned interpretations of Islam.

The Islamic State is Islamic. That’s a truth Hillary Clinton failed to tell on Saturday night. That truth will haunt her.

Hillary Clinton had an opportunity to let the world know that the Islamic State is not a junior varsity team, nor is it contained, both lies from Barack Obama’s mouth.



Barack Obama wants to bring in ten thousand “refugees” which cannot be vetted because they either have no documents or they have forged documents. This is what Donald Trump has intelligently described as “one of the great Trojan horses.”

The moment Hillary Clinton lost the general election was when she said ten thousand was not enough. She wants 65,000 refugees and she compounds that foolishness with the lie that they can be vetted.



Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton lie when they say these “refugees” can be vetted. Further, today Barack Obama declared that he will not impose “religious tests” (meaning persecuted Christians will not be exclusively given the religious asylum benefit that “persecuted” Muslims from places such as Chechnya have been given). What about children only? Let’s call them what they would turn into “anchor babies” for terrorists.

Europe and America are undergoing a soft invasion. Most citizens see what our “leaders” insist is not there.

The Trojan War ended when the Trojans themselves brought into the walled city of Troy the masters of their destruction hidden inside a great wooden horse. Troy and the great wooden horse is remembered to this day.

The fall of Troy will never be forgotten. The Trojan War was not just about Trojan prince Paris and his stolen beauty from Greece, Helen. It was a clash of civilizations. The once great Troy fell to the Greeks. The Trojan ruins disappeared from history but Troy survives in the imagination and in great epic poems about a civilization gone with the wind.

The leaders of Troy and that emotional boy prince Paris made foolish decisions. Our leaders too, including Hillary Clinton, are making many foolish decisions and cowardly statements. Some on the left and some on the right believe that the Islamic terror attacks on the city of light will benefit leaders such as Hillary Clinton who have long experience and finally, finally, end the summer of Trump and finish off all the outsiders. We don’t think so.

As the evidence mounts that some of the Muslim killers came in under the immigration tide, as Europe’s leaders face the wrath of their populations, as illegal immigration and terrorism increasingly link in the public mind, as further attacks loom, as his prescient statements on oil and ISIS are remembered, Donald Trump will continue to bask in endless summer.

More so than ever the Muslim killers of Paris bring an end to an era:

If you’re one of the millions of young people who enjoyed this period of relative comfort, I’m sorry to tell you that it’s coming to an end. If Madrid, London, or Mumbai didn’t wake you up, Paris should. In the last week, three major terrorist attacks—not just in France, but in Lebanon and against a Russian airliner in Egypt—have killed more than 400 people. ISIS has claimed responsibility for all three massacres. A year ago, you could have said that the terrorists who wanted to hit the West couldn’t pull it off, or that those who could pull it off it didn’t have the ambition. You can’t say that anymore. [snip]

For those of us living stateside, the last 14 years have been pretty easy. Those days are over. The people who hit Paris will try to hit us here, and they just proved they can do it.

The Muslim killers in Paris were an opportunity for Hillary Clinton to speak the truth. That opportunity came and went along with her chances to ever be president.

Perhaps Hillary will overcome Barack Obama’s machinations to keep the nomination from her. We hope so. But a general election victory? That was blown up in the streets of Paris and in a debate stage in Iowa.

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156 thoughts on “Koran Killers: The Exact Moment #Hillary2016 Lost The Election

  1. Agree, admin.. the only fire in the belly statement was that it was not enough to contain the barbarians but we had to defeat them.

  2. O, Hillary and Ryan, and most of the Dims…are now part of the problem…not the solution…

    …it will now be up to the American people to protect and save our country…for ourselves…and for the future of all the American children and young innocent people…

    I never thought I would ever feel so betrayed by the Democrats…much less Hillary…

  3. New Hampshire Dem governor Maggie Hassan:

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2015/11/16/nh-s-dem-guv-says-no-to-syrian-refugees.html

    “Protecting the safety and security of our people is the first responsibility of government,” spokesman William Hinkle said. “And the Governor has always made clear that we must ensure robust refugee screening to protect American citizens, and believes that we must know more of the facts about those who carried out the Paris terrorist attacks and have strong assurances of safety from our intelligence officials before we admit refugees from Syria into the United States.”

    Hinkle told The Daily Beast over email that Hassan believes the refugee settlement program should stop immediately.

    “The Governor has always made clear that we must ensure robust refugee screening to protect American citizens,” he emailed, “and the Governor believes that the federal government should halt acceptance of refugees from Syria until intelligence and defense officials can assure that the process for vetting all refugees, including those from Syria, is as strong as possible to ensure the safety of the American people.”

  4. It really sank in just yesterday, that Hillary is a liar. An epic liar. To support illegal immigrants is to lie about championing everyday American US Citizens. To support these “refugees” who are 90% men with ancient attitudes about how women should be treated, is to lie about supporting women’s equality. And it is a betrayal of the safety and security of all. It is the rape of our daughters.

    Hillary Clinton’s honor is a casualty of the Paris Attack.

  5. Wiping out ISIS is totally within the US’s Capability According to David Stockkman (who I like better for his economics, than his politics)and zerohedge:

    http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/war-and-peace-in-syria-some-maps-which-expose-the-farce/

    The real question – when you really sit down and think about it – is why, if the West is so determined to wipe out ISIS, Washington hasn’t simply embedded 1,000 or so spec ops with the Kurds and marched on Raqqa, the ISIS capital. Kurdish forces just retook the Iraqi city of Sinjar (where ISIS displaced and terrorized the Yazidis last year) with relative ease under cover of US airstrikes. You can drive from Sinjar to Raqqa in less than six hours:…

  6. It seems to me that this thing with Syria is more about Obama’s ego and taking out Assad. Then pleasing Soros with his massive migration of nation destroying freaks. Sort of his last chance to please his master as he is on his way out the door.

  7. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/mike-huckabee-paul-ryan-syria-215934

    Huckabee calls on Ryan to prevent entry of Syrian refugees, or to step down

    Mike Huckabee laced into the U.S.’ anti-ISIL strategy on Monday, calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to prevent more Syrian refugees from entering the country without assurances that they can be sussed out from potential terrorist threats in their midst, in the wake of Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris.

    If not, the former Arkansas governor warned, the newly-elected House speaker should resign.

    “It’s embarrassing when a left-wing socialist French President shows strength and determination to eradicate animals who are slaughtering innocent civilians while our President lectures us on the moral necessity to open our borders to tens of thousands of un-vetted people from the Middle East. France has closed its borders and all President Obama wants to do is close Gitmo,” Huckabee wrote in his statement, referring to French President François Hollande’s declaration that his country is at war and Obama’s Monday defense of allowing Syrian refugees to enter the United States.

    Among Republicans, he went on, the new speaker of the House “needs to make it clear that if the President won’t stand to protect America from wholesale open borders, then Republicans will.”

    “If Ryan will not lead and reject the importation of those fleeing the Middle East without assurances that we can separate refugees from terrorists, then Speaker Ryan needs to step down today and let someone else lead,” he wrote.

  8. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/gop-lawmakers-syria-refugees-215936

    Syrian refugee fight sparks government shutdown threat

    Lawmakers say they may try to attach restrictions to a must-pass spending bill, possibly provoking a showdown with the White House.

    A cascade of Republicans on Monday implored the Obama administration to scrap plans to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in the United States next year, saying they pose an unacceptable security risk in the wake of last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

    And, in a dramatic twist, the sudden standoff is raising the possibility of a government shutdown next month.

    Throughout the day a host of Republican governors around the country, wary that refugees could end up in their home states, blasted President Barack Obama’s plans. But those governors lack real sway over the process, and some are asking Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to insert a provision in the Dec. 11 spending bill that would bar more Syrian settlers.

    The politics are moving fast: The Democratic governor of New Hampshire, a Senate candidate, is siding with conservatives, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is reversing his support for a $1 billion spending bill intended to allow in more Syrian refugees after touting the measure just weeks ago. GOP leaders are keeping their options open as they mull whether to try to block new Syrian refugees by adding language to the must-pass spending bill.

    In an interview, John Cornyn of Texas, the second-ranking Senate Republican, said “it’s a good time to hit the pause button [on the Syrian resettlement program] and to reevaluate where we are and what the risks are.”

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), one of the leading immigration hard-liners in the Capitol, sent a letter to colleagues calling for provisions in the omnibus spending bill that would give Congress more oversight over Syrian refugees.

    And House Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul of Texas wrote a letter to Obama asking him to “temporarily suspend the admission of all additional Syrian refugees into the United States pending a full review of the Syrian refugee resettlement program.” In an appearance on CNN, McCaul said Congress should declare war on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, also known as ISIS.

    But some Democratic lawmakers stood by their calls to dramatically increase the number of refugees.

    “I want to check on the vetting process, but I don’t believe we should categorically be refusing refugees,” Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois said in an interview. “I do believe that we have a humanitarian responsibility and we have to do it with our eyes wide open.”

    Ryan and McConnell will have to decide quickly on a course of action as they confront the first potential legislative crisis since Ryan became speaker. The government funding process offers powerful leverage over the Obama administration but would threaten a shutdown if Democrats balk at their demands.

    Time is short. Just 25 days remain until government spending authority runs out, and Congress will recess next week for Thanksgiving.

    This is the issue. Shut it down.

  9. Durbin is a sleaze bag…put a, few “refugee” in his house. We’ll see if his eyes are wide open…enough

  10. Getting rid of Barbarians like they got rid of Hitler and putting in place a Marshall like plan starting with calling truce with Assad and ending the war there, reconciliation with Sunnis in Iraq, …on and on, so much can be done if we had the right guy or gal running this country.

  11. Shut it down. I am ready to buy a gun. The last time I owned a gun was 25 years ago when I got cross-wise of some dope fiends who were molesting children. They mistakenly thought I would back off under death threat. Generally, I prefer mace or a taser when I am feeling threatened, but child abuse makes me feel like doing a Dirty Harry.

    This time I think I need a bigger gun. The did not have big enough guns in Paris.

    Maybe now that it is less than a year to election day, the worthless bags of shit who were supposed to have been representing us, will do something to justify their existence. I would really rather just buy a new battery for my taser.

  12. TheRock: the other day, you expressed the same exasperation we feel about the failure of the electorate to understand the clear and present danger that Obama represents to this nation, if not in 2008 (because he was a blank slate unless you did the research we did into his background that disclosed a multitude of red flags) then surely by 2012 when the record was replete with examples of his reckless disregard to the interests of this nation, and the welfare of its people. There are two major cabals in this country, and a third in Europe. One of them is connected to the Rothschilde family–and Soros is their main man. The other is connected to Wall Street with ties that go back to the aftermath of the Civil War, and is allied with the Saudis, and the petrodollar. It is a battle for control of the world, and a distant mirror of a similar battle that raged a hundred years ago between the captains of industry (Carnagee), Wall Street (the House of Moran), and big oil (Rockefeller). In order to run one of these cabals, you must be a sociopath, and you must have offspring to carry on after you are done. At one time there was a Kennedy cabal, but after Jack and Bobbie, they were done. Teddy could not carry their jock strap. Soros is now 90, and his sons are not interested in the business. But there is a new proprietor, whose name I shall hold back, but this new sheriff has lured Marco away from the Bush cabal, and so below the sense that he has betrayed his mentors, lies the deeper darker truth, namely that as between the two cabals he has switches sides. The $100,000 payment of his student loan and the $80,000 boat that suddenly appears was a fraction of the payola. The source of that money, however, is even more interesting. The reason I am giving you this context is so you will understand who is controlling the public mind in this country, the elections, and what his going on in the middle east. I am just skirting the surface, but stay with me.

    The starting point for analysis is an interview by my favorite journalist Andrea Mitchell with investigative reporter Bob Woodward, whose reputation give him access to the deepest secrets in Washington. The interview analyzes the claim of the Bush Administration that the 2006 surge resulted in a drastic reduction in the level of violence in the Middle East. He accepted the premise but only to a point. He claimed the more significant factor was a new technology which was a game changer which he equated to The Manhattan Project. Whereupon Andrea pressed him to describe what that technology was, and he said he could not say, but when he brought it up, a four star general turned white as a ghost and told him he could not write about this. The interview stopped there. Here, see for yourself:

    http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nightly-news/26610461#26610461

    It is very clear that the game changer he was referring to but would not talk about was the HAARP technology, which was patented in 1982 for the purpose of mind control. Mind control is a bit of an overstatement however, because they cannot control what people do, but they can pacify or incite people. Frankly, I have a friend who has developed a similar technology which he markets to doctors around the world, and he has a customer friendly version which I have–and for godsake i works. The interesting thing about HAARP is that it affects weather as well as minds. Could this explain the irrational voting patters, the New Jersey storm that re elected Obama, the unprecedented number of mass shootings. The powers that be in this country, and the media they control would dismiss all this as tin foil hat stuff, but that is always their first line of defense. But if that is true, and that is all it is then it there must be a lot of tin foil hats in Moscow, because they are very concerned about it. Take a look at the following link, and you will see what I am talking about.

    The U.S. plans to carry out large-scale scientific experiments, under the HAARP program, and not controlled by the global community, will create weapons capable of breaking radio communication lines and equipment installed on spaceships and rockets, provoke serious accidents in electricity networks and in oil and gas pipelines and have a negative impact on the mental health of people populating entire regions, the deputies said.
    They demanded that an international ban be put on such large-scale geophysical experiments.

    The appeal, signed by 90 deputies, has been sent to President Vladimir Putin, to the United Nations and other international organizations, to the parliaments and leaders of the UN member countries, to the scientific public and to mass media outlets. Among those who signed the appeal are Tatyana Astrakhankina, Nikolai Kharitonov, Yegor Ligachev, Sergei Reshulsky, Vitaly Sevastyanov, Viktor Cherepkov, Valentin Zorkaltsev and Alexei Mitrofanov.

    http://climateviewer.com/2014/10/11/haarp-elf-generation-mass-mind-control/

    The third piece of the puzzle is what NSA is doing. Under the pretense of monitoring for terrorism they are monitoring conversation email and everything else. The head of the program, you will recall lied to congress about what they were doing and then had to apologize and set the record straight. If you can think of the HAAARP technology as the gun, then NSA would be the scope, which would allow it to be directed at vulnerable individuals. Ordinary people may not have the reaction but individuals could definitely snap. And that is all they need. Snowden is a pretty good source if you wish to investigate this further.

    I am not telling you what to believe. All I am saying is keep an open mind. No pun intended.

    All of it.

    Here is what is going on behind the scenes:

    1. NSA: monitoring everyone, to identify people or groups who are ready to snap (that is the scope)

    2. HAARP: zin foil hat? Bob Woodward does not think so. Nor do the Russians. (that is the rifle)

    a. http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nightly-news/26610461#26610461

    b. (Russian intel): http://climateviewer.com/2014/10/11/haarp-elf-generation-mass-mind-control/

  13. Lu4PUMA
    November 16, 2015 at 6:11 pm

    Hillary Clinton’s honor is a casualty of the Paris Attack.

    It saddens me but never the less it is true.

  14. I think you (administrator) and I both have had similar thoughts (yours eloquently presented in this blog, and mine less eloquent in posts) starting with my firm opposition to Hillary ever accepting the SOS position. It is painful to admit, but truthfully, I am very disappointed in the campaign Hillary is running and I am beginning to think that my excitement for her was the good will that President Clinton left most of us true democrats yearning for after 8 years of “W”. Now, almost 7 years after the crushing defeat/cheat of 08, Hillary still has no coherent strategy, and more disconcerting, seems to be going out of her way to embrace Obama. Hillary may very well lose this election if she does not show more of a spine come general election time.

  15. OMG, he said he doesn’t want to do anything that would be like American leadership or American winning”.

    No way this guy is American. He didn’t grow up here, and he may have some fake paperwork like the people he wants to sneak in here, but he’s not American.

    It’s not just about being able to eliminate ISIS once and for all (he has really been slow walking this ISIS process, and they’re even saying he doesn’t want to destroy them, just to contain them). It’s also about the fact that America is about trying to excel, trying to be the best you can.

    He’s not American. And how are we going to survive this next year?

  16. Betty and Lu – about Hillary’s honor –

    You said it!

    IMO, either Hillary2008 was a lie, or there is something terribly wrong….

  17. admin
    November 16, 2015 at 4:27 pm

    But I think that Trump just has to use existing laws that Obama has discontinued, right? So Ryan can talk all he wants, what can he do? *

    *except, Trump says he needs congress to agree that the 14th amendment wasn’t meant for foreigners (anchor babies), just former slaves – so Ryan could cause a problem there.

    But I think maybe Trump could just say “it’s not for anchor babies”, and let someone take him to court. I don’t know why Trump should have to go to court first, because the supporting documentation from the writer of the 14th is clear that it’s not meant for anyone but slaves.

    but… I don’t even play a lawyer on tv, so many a real one could chime in lol

  18. ok, we’ll take some (SOME) “refugees” – but a bunch of the few kids have to be enrolled at Sidwell, and a bunch of the men in Harlem near Bill’s office, and a bunch in Chapaqua (sp?), and a bunch in by thee White House and in Hawaii wherever Obama bought his retirement home.

    I.hate.Obama.

  19. pm317 – I wouldn’t put it past Obama to have told Saudi Arabia not to take any, because the evil western countries have to.

    And why did I hear that they’re setting up new sites in Iraq and (I forgot the other) to more quickly process refugees to come here? Apparently we’re not even pretending that we’re saving Syrian refugees – we’ll just take economic migrants from anywhere, as well. Hey Obama, there are Muslims in Asia, why don’t you grab them too? Grrrr…..

  20. Look at this whole thing from Soros perspective: if you have control of the media, the secretary of state project, the electoral college and this technology, you are in a good position to control the world. Michael Dell (founder of Dell Computer was one of our clients) claimed that nations in the same supply chain do not make war on each other). In his quest to establish a Fourth Reich, Soros has taken that idea to new depths of depravity.

  21. I can’t believe Hillary wouldn’t say “radical Islam” – she tried really hard to digress, by giving her spiel about how we’re not at war with Islam. Does no one understand the significance of adjectives anymore???? At least they tried to get her back to the real question.

    And, “radical jihad” is rather redundant, if you ask me….. I know, they would just say that jihad also means “pursuing a goal” or whatever it is they kept pushing on us years ago (because even a “jihad” was politically incorrect then).

    Stop gaslighting us.

  22. ISIS has a new video up about targeting Washington, D.C.

    Yea, you better lead or step down.

    Nah, he’ll just decide to keep calling summits in Europe, or go around the country campaigning for democrats (who don’t want his bad mojo).

  23. Great post Admin, although it makes me really sad. 65k to be accepted by Hillary without real vetting cut deep for me.

    Trojan horse, absolutely.

  24. I see so many people on tv coming out against Obama with this refugee stuff. But everyone (Trump included) keep saying “he doesn’t get it” or for Trump: “he’s incompetent”.

    I thought that 7 years ago. Now I think he DOES get it, he just doesn’t agree with us (or other western countries), and he wants to force his way. No, I don’t think he’s above average in intelligence – I just think he knows exactly what we’re facing.

    Maybe people are afraid to say that he DOES get it, because the next natural thoughts would be “treason”, “impeachment”, etc.

  25. hehehe I haven’t watched Fox in a while, but I want to hear updates on Paris. Hannity has said a couple of times that it’s PATHOLOGICAL that Obama is always standing up for Islam, etc. Hannity took a play from Trump lol

  26. Hillary clings to this??? Like a drowning man to a razor.
    ——–

    How Disastrous Was Obama’s Press Conference In Antalya, Turkey?

    By: streiff (Diary) | November 16th, 2015 at 01:00 PM | 47

    Worse than you can possibly believe.

    The truth is evident. Barack Obama is a tiny, timorous man who is intellectually unable to comprehend the challenge facing the United States and Europe from ISIS and even if he could recognize the challenge he is morally incapable responding.

    While at the G20 meeting in Antalya, where he will kiss the ring of Vladimir Putin along with any other anatomical region Putin thinks could use the application of Obama’s lips, a visibly short-tempered Obama experienced perhaps the first real press conference of his sad and pathetic presidency. (See Twitchy for how Obama’s butt is being roasted in front of the world.) If you want to watch at crank in the final throes of relevancy, then you need go no further than this video clip:

    “It is not just my view but the view of my closest military and civilian advisers that that would be a mistake,” Obama said about the possibility of sending more U.S. ground troops. “Not because our military could not march into Mosul or Raqqa or Ramadi and temporarily clear out ISIL but because we would see a repetition of what we’ve seen before, which is if you do not have local populations that are committing to inclusive governance and who are pushing back against ideological extremes, that they resurface, unless we’re prepared to have a permanent occupation of these countries.”

    Really. ISIS arose in those areas because Barack Obama peremptorily withdrew US forces. This left people who had been allied with us against al-Qaeda on their own and it allowed ISIS to spring from al-Qaeda. While he clearly blames the Iraqis for ISIS, he fails to see that the presence of US forces were necessary to give the Iraqis time to build civil institutions that, had they ever existed, were destroyed by Saddam Hussein.

    In answering to criticism that he has not done enough to fight ISIL, Obama said he hasn’t seen a sound alternative. “If there’s a good idea out there, then we’re going to do it,” Obama said. “I don’t think I’ve shown a hesitation to act.” He also responded to reporters’ repeated questions with mild irritation. “All right, this is another variation on the same question. And I guess, let me try it one last time.”

    If “folks want to pop off and have opinions about what they think they would do, present a specific plan,” Obama remarked, an implicit rebuke of some Republican presidential candidates…

    “If they think somehow that their advisers are better than my joint chiefs of staff or my generals on the ground, I want to meet them. And we can have that debate,” the president said, an apparent response to Carson’s claim, while also taking a dig at Donald Trump in the process.

    Would these be the advisers you are talking about?

    In fact, Obama has done nothing but issue press releases and act an internet troll. It is not the job of Obama’s critics, from either right or left, to present him with a plan. It is the job of critics to point out what is not working. Right now, Obama has done something that hasn’t happened in foreign policy since 9/11. Both left and right are united it saying that what he is doing is ineffectual. The fact is that Obama is facing a popular movement that is based on a fairly mainstream Sunni vision of an Islamic state. He is trying to ignore it while entertaining us with airstrikes that are doing nothing.

    “What I’m not interested in doing is posing or pursuing some notion of American leadership or America winning or whatever other slogans they come up with that has no relationship to what is actually going to work to protect the American people and to protect the people in the region who are getting killed and to protect our allies and people like France. I’m too busy for that.”

    So how’s that working out for you? How well are you doing in supporting our regional allies? Why are Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Jordan looking to Russia for leadership? Why did Benjamin Netanyahu visit Moscow? If you aren’t interesting in pursuing “some notion of… America winning” then how are you acting any different from ISIS?

    “We have the right strategy and we’re gonna see it through,” he declared.

    Really. How well did that strategy work Friday, after you declared ISIS had been contained? Does anyone associated with your strategy believe it is working?

    A former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) says the U.S. strategy toward the Islamic State in Syria (ISIS) “is not working.”

    Michael Morell said recent attacks by the terrorist group in Paris and on a Russian passenger plane show it’s time for the U.S. to reconsider its strategy.
    “I think it’s now crystal clear to us that our strategy, our policy vis-à-vis ISIS is not working, and it’s time to look at something else,” Morell said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

    This guy is out of his depth. He doesn’t know what to do because to do anything would require him to act against his two core beliefs: an intense dislike of the United States and admiration for all enemies of the United States. Now, finally, he has been revealed to the world as a poseur, something most of us have known since 2007. It is just a shame 500 people had to be killed or wounded in Paris to make the point clear.

    https://youtu.be/TW9b0xr06qA

  27. The truth is evident. Barack Obama is a tiny, timorous man who is intellectually unable to comprehend the challenge facing the United States and Europe from ISIS and even if he could recognize the challenge he is morally incapable responding.

    See? It’s always about his not “getting it”. Granted, everyone else could be right and I could be wrong.

    But I think he knows what he is doing, and I think he is acting within his own “Muslim superiority” and “anti-Western” morals…..

  28. Obama says we have to accept refugees in order to be within our values – it’s a false dichotomy…. the truth is, we can help (by supporting refugee camps in safe Muslim areas) without taking them in here!

  29. So . . . six of the ten wealthiest counties in the country are around Washington DC,

    What better place to house these 100,000 refugees from Syrian. Let them snuggle in with the elites of Chevy Chase and see how the other half lives. Give the elites a little of that multiculturalism and open borders crap they force on the rest of us. They insist on bringing these potential terrorist here. Okay. Fine. But let them squat in the beltway. Buy them martinis. Teach them to play badgammon. Now THAT is smart power. It addresses the root causes of terrorism nicely.

    Now that ISIS people have said they will be targeting Washington the elites are threatened. Now the fur will fly. They are betting Obama won’t put troops on the ground. Time will tell. We have got to protect the Washington elites at all cost.

  30. How does Craigslist work? Can we put Obama “up for sale” for .01?

    It’s so wrong that someone who isn’t truly American should be president of America.

    I just realized, he’s like the “French nationals” – which makes them sound so French, but whose names betrayed their being Muslim, so not really French, their allegiance wasn’t to France. He’s an imposter the same way they are, but he’s pretending to be American at heart and having America’s well being as first priority…

    And someone HAS to bring up why he has specifically disallowed Syrian Christians from being refugees coming here….

  31. Does anyone know, is Asad, president of Syria – is he a secular dictator like Saddam was, or is he a Muslim Brotherhood dictator?

  32. He is secular. In fact, Obama/Hillary got Vogue to do a big article on him with the title “Reformer” just before all hell broke loose there. Google for that article, you can’t find it now. Don’t remember what turned but next thing you see is Obama the Saudi lapdog doing the bidding of Saudi’s and Turks helping them topple Asad.

  33. But Asad is a minority tribe. What was the point of Obama’s Arab Spring? I think only Egypt came out of it unscathed at this point.

  34. pm317 – that’s what I was wondering. Because it seems to me that Obama topples all the secular dictators (and then installs or tries to install Muslim Brotherhood replacements) – so that explains why HE wants Asad gone, but other countries don’t seem to. Not that he’s a good guy, but maybe he’s better than a MB dictator…

  35. No, he’s not an American in any meaningful way, whether he was born in HI or not. He’s culturally alien – raised by communists. HE is the TROJAN HORSE. His OFA is funded by who know what (which needs to be investigated once a real American is elected President), and they are training all these BLM & Free College bullshit idiots to “organize” with campus training camps. These people need to be jailed. Obama IS the Trojan Horse.

  36. The thing is (as I heard others say, it’s not my great intelligence or knowledge of Syria lol) that everyone is saying (officials) that we don’t know who it is that we’re supporting (these rebels) – they could be worse than Asad – and many suspect they are actually ISIS….

  37. I don’t know how to tweet…. please please please someone tweet to Trump Obama’s phrase from his book that he would stand with Islam should the political winds change….. I think Trump could throw it out there and let people connect the dots….

  38. Thx, Shadow! Is it twitter.com?

    Plus, if I sign up to follow someone, can I just get that person’s tweets? (I don’t want all the responses buzzing my phone all day!)

  39. U of MN just decided they’re not going to commemorate Sept 11th each year, because it may offend some people.

    That’s crazy. The absence will offend many MORE! Time and again, these special snowflakes at colleges are a small minority. Why do their feelings matter, and never the majority? It’s crazy.

    Obama was the worst thing EVER to happen to this country.

    And they’ve found out that the U of MO hoax was set up by the professors, because they wanted those administrators gone. Yet, the children are still wanting attention even though proven to be a hoax (and even upset that murdered and permanently injured people in Paris “stole” their attention – sorry kids, we weren’t interested in the first place, most especially after hearing it was a hoax). But I guess it makes sense – people who know better (including Hillary) are still bringing up Martin and Brown as though they were innocents murdered in cold blood….. so why not keep trying to stir up trouble even after proven a hoax….

  40. lorac
    November 16, 2015 at 11:21 pm
    Thx, Shadow! Is it twitter.com?

    Yup, that’s the location.

    You should try it on your computer first. You can follow who you want, and just ignore anything else that ends up on your page. Tweets are not emails, it comes up on your twitter page.

    It’s easy.

  41. lorac
    November 16, 2015 at 10:41 pm

    How does Craigslist work? Can we put Obama “up for sale” for .01?

    I’ll buy, but I demand an 85% price reduction. Plus, I demand payment terms. Paid in full over 5 years. I will contribute to the shipping cost only if the final destination is the African island of Grande Comore. If you accept these terms, then we have an accord.

    Hillary 2016?

  42. Nearly forty years ago I had dinner with an attorney with the Proskaeur firm in New York City and over drinks he marveled about the end of World War II, and called it a golden age for this country. And it was, in so many ways. It was not only a triumph of American soldiers, it was a reinforcement of American values. And it was celebrated by the music of that era, Broadway plays like Oklahoma–it was all very positive. Europe on the other hand lay in ruins, and with the discovery of the death camps and the carnage of World War II, the elites said never again and they rejected nationalism, and their thousand year old culture, deploring imperialism, racism and all the other things that led up to a conflagration that cost so many lives. Whereupon, in its stead and place, they began constructing the a secular religion which rejected all that Europe had been, and in due course that same sense of guilty infected the elites of this country, who have been joined through marriage to the penniless elites of Europe, and that accounts for the rejection of our culture by the elite class in this country. But the rise of radical Islam, whether it was organic or inspired by technology presents a direct challenge to the secular religion constructed by the Eurpean elites out of the ashes of World War II, and the divestment of empire. This whole multi culturalism, political correctness, and repudiation of our roots has its roots in the aftermath of World War II, and cannot survive the threat posed by radical Islam because in a very real sense it created it.

  43. I should add that the elites in this country were also inspired by conditions in the south, and the civil rights movement which endeavored to correct that problem also inspired the creation of a secular religion this side of the pond. It is that secular religion which is being shaken to its core now, and the increasing dominance of big business over all decisions made in this country. Big business has used that secular religion to pursue its own ends, starting with frictionless borders, which means no border at all. The perfect economic model consists of producing goods in the cheapest labor markets and selling them in the highest markets, and in the long run wages will rise to a world level. But if anyone thinks that level is $15 per hour, as mandated now in Seattle with our numbnutz mayor and city council who are still taking curtain calls over that one even as jobs disappear, they are whistling pas the graveyard. The world standard is $2 per hour and in the long run it may rise to $6 or even $8. But as Keynes said, in the long run we will all be dead. And even 8 is less than half of 15.

  44. The perfect economic model of the Alaska salmon industry where I started my career after law school was the fish tap. Lord knows we had them for 75 years, at the headwaters of the greatest salmon producing rivers in Alaska, thanks to the ingenuity and foresight of our founders. They were perfect, from a pure economic standpoint. They kept the fish alive and fresh until you picked them up with a tender and took them to the cannery. So much better than catching them in a gillnet or seiner, chasing them around on fishing vessels, burning up gas, throwing them in the hold–on ice or brine with a big component of labor. But when Alaska became a state, fish traps were banned. They were owned by out of state interestl like ours, and they denied employment to Alaska citizens. You see my point. The endless chasing of efficiency leads to a race to the bottom, and admins reference to the importation of chinese cares is a prefect example. At some point, justice requires that you draw the line and say there are competing considerations that must be considered such as the welfare of the people, and the MASSIVE MOVE TOWARD GLOBALIZATION must be tempered– and resisted for that reason. Put differently, it may be better to have a 25% rise in prices than it is to have 93 million Americans of working age not working.

  45. lorac
    November 16, 2015 at 10:41 pm
    How does Craigslist work? Can we put Obama “up for sale” for .01?
    ———–
    Lets not be too hasty here, lorac.

    He is used up–but that is not the question.

    The question is what is he worth to Soros, who can use him as a means to an end–namely destroying the United States, and promoting green energy, both of which soros wants.

    If you put him up for auction on e=bay or craigs list you may find he is worth a billion dollars to Soros if he can force his climate change bullshit through because soros and his canadian billionaire partner chairman mo, have got this green energy change all ready to roll.

  46. I wonder how quickly refugees are made citizens. Trump says he’ll send them all back, but if they’ve already been made citizens, what can he do?

  47. More than half the nation’s governors say Syrian refugees not welcome

    States whose governors oppose Syrian refugees coming in:

    — Alabama
    — Arizona
    — Arkansas
    — Florida
    — Georgia
    — Idaho
    Illinois
    — Indiana
    — Iowa
    — Kansas
    — Louisiana
    — Maine
    — Massachusetts
    — Michigan
    — Mississippi
    — Nebraska
    — Nevada
    — New Hampshire
    — New Jersey
    — New Mexico
    — North Carolina
    — Ohio
    — Oklahoma
    — South Carolina
    — Tennessee
    — Texas
    — Wisconsin

    States whose governors say they will accept refugees:

    — Colorado
    — Connecticut
    — Delaware
    — Hawaii
    — Pennsylvania
    — Vermont
    — Washington

    The map: http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/16/world/paris-attacks-syrian-refugees-backlash/

  48. The cognitive dissonance is busting out all over on the left and with Republican elite open border shills. You have facts on the ground in Paris versus the emotional cri de coeur that everyone must be welcomed with open heart and pockets even if you don’t know who the hell they are or where they actually come nor exactly why. Other than for the sake of consistency the rationales are nonsense. The usual “Obama has executive authority” is the same stale nonsense. Yep. Obama sure does but with limits. And there is this judge in Brownsville who sees it differently and so does an Appeals Court in New Orleans. I expect the dissenting governors to file a lawsuit any day with a request for detailed discovery on how these refugees are being vetted (they aren’t), who is going to pay for everything, and an injunction. Obama is running out of time and his personal preferences and policies no longer matter.

  49. Some on the left can sense the problems even if they don’t have their brains at full function:

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/commentary/ct-liberals-presidential-economy-trade-transgender-mccarron-perspec-1116-20151113-story.html

    We can still lose this thing.

    A lot of my fellow progressives are ditsy with over-confidence after watching the buffoons and know-nothings frothing and fumbling at the GOP presidential “debates.”

    It’s time to sober up.

    Because while The Donald has been trumpeting his ego and Dr. Ben Carson has been re-imagining his childhood, progressives have been busy infuriating the Great American Middle with a series of gaffes — both cultural and economic — that are making the other side look reasonable. [snip]

    This is what infuriates the Great American Middle and has them casting about for saviors like Donald Trump. It’s not a lack of transgender bathrooms or the perceived slights endured by women and minorities. Liberals had better wake up, or we’ll be waking up to a terrible surprise next Nov. 9.

  50. Joe Klein sees the danger and abhors the solution.

    http://time.com/4113665/democrats-debate-isis/?xid=homepage

    The Democratic Debate: Incoherent on ISIS

    The debate was a classic example of how the American left lives in a hermetically sealed bubble, just as the American right does [snip]

    Bernie Sanders even thought that this barbaric challenge to civilization should be “eliminated”…although it was not as great a threat as global warming, he allowed, which—hold on, here—causes terrorism. You know, droughts and floods set people in motion and…well, never mind.

    Sanders’ utter lack of proportion on this issue—and yes, climate change is a serious problem, but not the immediate threat to our security that Islamic terror is—is a classic example of how the American left lives in a hermetically sealed bubble, just as the American right does. And the left, and its solipsistic insistence on political correctness, is having an undue influence on the Democrats’ presidential candidates in 2016.

    Indeed, political correctness makes it impossible for Democrats to face, head on, by name, the essential problem: the rise of Islamic radicalism—or jihadi-ism, as Hillary Clinton tried to call it (and almost succeeded). This is not just a word game. If we are to come to terms with Da’esh and Al Qaeda and other jihadis, we have to acknowledge that they represent a basic conflict within Islam: the rise of Wahhabi-style fundamentalism over the past century. If we recognize the nature of this battle, it becomes easier for us to identify our friends and enemies, especially the latter. [snip]

    Not even Hillary Clinton, who has a far better grasp of these problems than her two challengers, was willing to take on that one. But that will be the central question in the weeks to come: Can we build a military coalition—like the supple one built by George H.W. Bush in the first Gulf War—to take on the limited mission of destroying Da’esh’s safe haven. One wonders how Sanders and the rest of the left feel now about the use of drone strikes—one of which killed the alleged leader of ISIS in Libya on the same day as the Paris attacks–and the aggressive collection of terror-related data.

    Aside from the incoherence on ISIS, the other notable moment of the debate was Hillary Clinton’s phenomenal conflation of “Wall Street”—the term of art for big finance—with Wall Street, the geographic region in lower Manhattan. [snip]

    Based on what I saw last night, I’d say that 2016 is not looking like a good year for the Democrats—if it weren’t for the fact that more than half the Republican polity seems intent on giving us an amateur as their nominee at a time when a sober, sophisticated professional is needed.

    “Sober, sophisticated professional” is what the American people won’t tolerate in 2016 because those talents are employed to lie. The outsider that gets the issues right even if his “tone” is not politically correct is what Americans will want.

  51. “Great American Middle”. How superior the progs believe themselves to be. How ridiculously out of touch with reality. Revolting bastards.

  52. Donald Trump in September:

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-warns-syrian-refugees-could-be-one-of-the-great-trojan-horses/article/2576441

    Trump warns Syrian refugees could be ‘one of the great Trojan horses’

    Donald Trump continued his criticism of President Obama’s Syria policy Monday, hours after Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said the President has no plans to halt the acceptance of refugees from the war-torn country.

    “We cannot let them into this country, period,” the Republican presidential hopeful told CNBC.

    Trump continued, “We have no idea who these people are, we are the worst when it comes to paperwork.

    “This could be one of the great Trojan horses,” he said.

    “I’m putting people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration, that if I win, they’re going back,” he told supporters in New Hampshire in late September.

    “They could be ISIS. … This could be one of the greatest tactical ploys of all time. A 200,000 man army maybe. I don’t know that it is, but it could be possible,” Trump added at the time.

    French authorities confirmed on Sunday that one of the terrorists involved in the recent attacks in Paris, France, arrived in Europe in wave of Syrian refugees. The man, who falsely identified himself as Ahmad al Muhammad, was permitted to enter Greece in October, according to CNN.

  53. freespirit
    November 17, 2015 at 10:25 am
    “Great American Middle”. How superior the progs believe themselves to be. How ridiculously out of touch with reality. Revolting bastards.

    ——————–
    Agreed. I didn’t think it was possible for human beings to have their head so far up their ass and still function. Disturbing is an understatement.

  54. lorac
    November 17, 2015 at 1:44 am
    ——————————————
    They first have to apply to become permanent residents, and then they have to wait for a few years before they can apply to be citizens. Until they become citizens, they can be deported. If they become naturalized citizens, then the only way to get rid of them is if they lied about their background and are subsequently found out like the Nazis who worked in concentration camps and who managed to sneak into the US.

  55. Tony Stark, that is the process in general. But for refugees I think they may become citizens instantly (and find work in the US government).

  56. This is another way of Obama screwing Hillary’s chances. He is doing it on two fronts. He is making refugee intake happen and at the same time exhorting and shaming his supporters who voice concern over it. So for Hillary or anyone else on the Democratic side, it would not be easy to go against that propaganda. It looks inhumane and is made to look inhumane if you oppose it.

  57. Guess Cruz has some room to wiggle?
    Cannot believe GOPe has reacted to this.

    Hill Republicans move to ‘pause’ Syrian refugee effort, with states having limited say
    …Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday both called for a “pause” in the administration’s refugee plan, which includes resettling 10,000 Syrian civil war refugees through 2016…
    [Ryan] gave no specific details but said a task force is working on legislation, adding: “It’s better to be safe than to be sorry.”.. A total of 30 governors, including one Democrat, so far have expressed opposition to the plan… On Monday, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions called on Senate appropriators to cancel the “blank check” for overall U.S. refugee-resettlement efforts that would be included in a bill to fund the federal government after Dec. 11… Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul, another of the Senate’s GOP White House candidates, on Monday also announced legislation that would suspend issuing visas in countries “with a high risk of terrorism” and impose a waiting period for background checks on visas being issued in other countries until Americans can be assured terrorists cannot enter the country through the U.S. immigration and visa system.
    “The time has come to stop terrorists from walking in our front door,” said Paul, who first drafted the legislation in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, committed by two refugees.
    Ryan’s announcement also came just hours after former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich told WMAL Radio that Congress should try to block the Obama refugee plan by withholding federal funding in the so-called “continuing resolution” next month.
    Iowa GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, already has been trying to include a rider in the spending resolution that would keep Obama from using taxpayer money to resettle Syrian refugees until the U.S. intelligence community approves the program.
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/11/17/ryan-other-hill-republicans-move-on-syrian-refugee-effort-with-states-having/

  58. As Admin has pointed out countless times, this is why the transition of the state leaderships away from Dims will be felt for years to come. They hold some of the keys to the castle now and can influence Washington, as I suspect has happened here.

  59. House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday called for a halt in Syrian refugees coming to the US following the Paris attacks and said the House will vote on the issue later in the week.

    “Our nation has always been welcoming but we cannot let terrorists take advantage,” Ryan, R-Wis., said. “Better to be safe than sorry. Take a pause in this particular aspect of the refugee

    http://nypost.com/2015/11/17/paul-ryan-calls-for-halt-on-syrian-refugees-coming-to-us/

  60. Update: Did Jeb Bush just quit the presidential race? Or is Bush now actively campaigning on behalf of Donald Trump? How else to explain this:

    Jeb Bush said he wouldn’t ban Syrian refugees from entering the U.S., separating himself from most Republican governors and his party’s presidential field as he pitched himself as the most experienced candidate running for the nomination.

    “The answer to this is not to ban people from coming,” Bush said Tuesday in an interview with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann for Bloomberg Politics’ With All Due Respect. “The answer is to lead, to resolve the problem in Syria.”

    Even Chuckie Schumer sees Donald Trump’s Trojan Horse lead and says: “A “pause” on refugees may be necessary.” Hillary2016 stands with JeBush on this one and it is a calamity for both. Can’t fix it.

    ————————————

  61. pm317
    November 17, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    Holy crap. Did you see the weapons/ammo on the person in the 4th or 5th picture in that link?! Awesome! He/she is ready for some target practice on these asshats.

  62. Bobby Jindal just announced he’s out of the race.

    Martin O’Malley might be next:

    http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/martin-omalley-campaign-reduces-hq-staff

    Martin O’Malley’s financially strapped presidential campaign is reallocating resources to reduce the size of its headquarters staff and focus on the early presidential nominating states, especially Iowa, according to sources.

    The former Maryland governor has been mired in the low single-digits in polls and struggled to raise the money necessary to support his relatively large operation. After Saturday night’s Democratic presidential debate in Iowa, O’Malley’s staff was alerted there would be a shift away from the campaign’s Baltimore headquarters to its field operations in the early states.

    All staffers will be given the option to transition, but overall headcount could fall depending on how many chose to ship out. “We’re pushing all resources and HQ staff to early states. Everyone from HQ who goes to an early state will be on payroll,” said a campaign official.

  63. New Reuters poll. As we thought would happen, the expectation that outsider Trump would fall apart and that voters would go to the establishment candidates proved false.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/11/17/us-france-shooting-usa-poll-idUSKCN0T62DO20151117#ftyGugLpxZu4mK8b.97

    Some pollsters and political pundits had predicted that Republican voters would now gravitate toward establishment candidates like Florida Senator Marco Rubio and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who has been languishing in the polls. Both are seen as stronger on foreign policy than Trump and his main Republican rival, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, neither of whom have any experience in government and are running as Washington outsiders.

    Glenn Matlosz, 71, of Audubon, New Jersey, said Trump would be the most able to address terrorism because he’s proven to be a straight talker.

    “He’s telling it as it is,” said Matlosz, who describes himself as a Democrat. “He’s not mincing any words. There is no gobbledygook there. Everybody else is squawking.”

    Mirroring national primary polls, Clinton and Trump also took the top marks in the Reuters/Ipsos survey when looking at just voters from their own party. Asked to pick the best Democratic candidate, 52 percent of Democrats polled selected Clinton. When Republicans were asked to choose among their potential nominees, 33 percent said Trump.

    After Trump, Republican voters viewed Rubio, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee known for his hawkish views, as the strongest candidate (17 percent) to deal with terrorism. Carson was tied with Bush at around 9 percent.

    Of the Republicans polled, 36 percent said they now have more confidence in Trump’s ability to be president – the largest show of support in the primary field. Only 10 percent said they were less confident in his abilities following the attacks.

  64. pm317
    November 17, 2015 at 4:47 pm
    ——————–

    If you look at the comments, you know that the rest of the world feels the way we do about our leadership. It is about the globalism being forced on us in a manner that benefits the elite and political class to the detriment of the populous.

    Our world leaders are a bunch of narcissists and sociopaths who are intentionally destroying the nations. Wat, debt and open borders. Unleashing all these nation destroying freaks on us.

  65. On TV now: wild gunfire and explosions in Paris suburb (St. Denis). Reports of a cop shot. All Part of a raid hunting potential terrorist. This has a feeling of the night with GonzoTx as we reported the blow by blow in the Tsarnaev brothers hunt.

  66. Here is all you need to know about ISIS.

    But by God you do nee to know it.

    REALLY:
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    The origins of ISIS are not even in dispute. The Washington Post put it simply: “almost all of the leaders of the Islamic State are former Iraqi officers, including the members of its shadowy military and security committees, and the majority of its emirs and princes.” Even Tony Blair — Tony Blair — admits that there’d be no ISIS without the invasion of Iraq: “‘I think there are elements of truth in that,’ he said when asked whether the Iraq invasion had been the ‘principal cause’ of the rise of ISIS.” As The New Yorker’s John Cassidy put it in August:
    By destroying the Iraqi state and setting off reverberations across the region that, ultimately, led to a civil war in Syria, the 2003 invasion created the conditions in which a movement like ISIS could thrive. And, by turning public opinion in the United States and other Western countries against anything that even suggests a prolonged military involvement in the Middle East, the war effectively precluded the possibility of a large-scale multinational effort to smash the self-styled caliphate.

    Then there’s the related question of how ISIS has become so well-armed and powerful. There are many causes, but a leading one is the role played by the U.S. and its “allies in the region” (i.e., Gulf tyrannies) in arming them, unwittingly or (in the case of its “allies in the region”) otherwise, by dumping weapons and money into the region with little regard to where they go (even U.S. officials openly acknowledge that their own allies have funded ISIS). But the U.S.’s own once-secret documents strongly suggest U.S. complicity as well, albeit inadvertent, in the rise of ISIS, as powerfully demonstrated by this extraordinary four-minute clip of Al Jazeera’s Mehdi Hasan with Gen. Michael Flynn, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency:

    Given all this, is there any mystery why “U.S. officials” and the military-intelligence regime, let alone Iraq War-advocating hacks like Jim Woolsey and Dana Perino, are desperate to shift blame away from themselves for ISIS and terror attacks and onto Edward Snowden, journalism about surveillance, or encryption-providing tech companies? Wouldn’t you if you were them? Imagine simultaneously devoting all your efforts to depicting ISIS as the Greatest and Most Evil Threat Ever, while knowing the vital role you played in its genesis and growth.

    The clear, overwhelming evidence — compiled above — demonstrates how much deceit their blame-shifting accusations require. But the more important point of inquiry is to ask why they are so eager to ensure that everyone but themselves receives scrutiny for what is happening. The answer to that question is equally clear, and disturbing in the extreme.

    https://theintercept.com/2015/11/15/exploiting-emotions-about-paris-to-blame-snowden-distract-from-actual-culprits-who-empowered-isis/

  67. The National Security People who receive billions of dollars to monitor every conversation, email etc. have very little to show for their efforts. Time and again the bad guy get by them, and it is a well known fact with the intelligence community that terrorist do not use cell phones, email the things they are monitoring, and Glenn simply reiterates this. So when things bad things happen–like Paris, they rush to blame Snowden, encryption etc to cover up their own sins, and big media broadcasts their propaganda without an kind of investigation. The question then become why then are they monitoring us–if it does not serve the putative purpose of catching the bad guys. Just like with guns, they want to take the away from law abiding people, their goal is oppression. This is not speculation at all. It is how a sociopath thinks. And in the CIA there are plenty of them to go around. This Haarp business I was referring to earlier has been whispered about for decades. There was even an episode on Law and Order Criminal Intent that dealt with it. This is not conspiracy crap, it is very real, but it is so far outside the realm of people’s experience that they reject it. They do not want to believe their government is capable of such things, but if you look back on history you realize this is wishful thinking, and frankly a bit naiive.
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    Then there’s the blame-shifting benefit. For most major terror attacks, the perpetrators were either known to Western security agencies or they had ample reason to watch them. All three perpetrators of the Charlie Hebdo massacre “were known to French authorities,” as was the thwarted train attacker in July and at least one of the Paris attackers. These agencies receive billions and billions of dollars every year and radical powers, all in the name of surveilling Bad People and stopping attacks.

    So when they fail in their ostensible duty, and people die because of that failure, it’s a natural instinct to blame others: Don’t look to us; it’s Snowden’s fault, or the fault of Apple, or the fault of journalists, or the fault of encryption designers, or anyone’s fault other than ours. If you’re a security agency after a successful Terror attack, you want everyone looking elsewhere, finding all sorts of culprits other than those responsible for stopping such attacks.

    Above all, there’s the desperation to prevent people from asking how and why ISIS was able to spring up seemingly out of nowhere and be so powerful, able to blow up a Russian passenger plane, a market in Beirut, and the streets of Paris in a single week. That’s the one question Western officials are most desperate not to be asked, so directing people’s ire to Edward Snowden and Apple is beneficial in the extreme.

  68. Also reported earlier today that the French police found a cell phone used by one of the bombers. There was a message that said something like, “We are ready now”, made just before the attack. They hope to find more info on the phone.

  69. The raid is reported to have a trapped “mastermind” of the terrorist attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, as its target. Several accomplices are reportedly with him (possibly as many as 4). Police and soldiers are swarming all over.

    Saint-Denis is one of those banlieus we reported as Muslim controlled “no go zones”. Several months ago many derided the “no go zone” label and said such places did not exist. Well, that’s were the Muslim terrorist killer is.

  70. CNN saying that the man they are after right now is the ‘mastermind’ of the French attacks. Still hearing several explosions a couple of minutes ago.

  71. So the terrorist network has been hiding out in this slum since Friday night. That implies the entire local population was either hiding them or conveniently knew nothing. Don’t see anything don’t say anything. Cells of this size take enormous support which can be direct or passive. Their families of course knew nothing and noticed nothing but that they were good guys. The French have a massive problem as it appears that the majority of the Muslim population probably tacitly approves of terror strikes throughout the country just like the idiot Turks booing a moment of silence in memory of the French murder victims at a Turkish soccer game. It seems so very “progressive” in ideology.

  72. “There seems to be an economic premise underlying this view: that importing the Muslim world en masse into Europe is mutually beneficial. For decades, the mass immigration of Muslims into Europe has been labelled “enrichment.” Shouting “Islamophobia” does not negate how it is virtually impossible to think of a country actually made richer by it.”
    “Even in a country with an established Islamic population such as Britain, Muslim unemployment languishes at 50% for men, and 75% for women.”
    “Those using an economic rationale to implement Europe’s demographic transformation fail to recognize the complexities of Islam: they ignore the fundamentalist revival that has been ongoing for over a century. One feature of this growing embrace of literalism is a belief — validated by scripture — that Muslims are entitled to idly profit from the productivity of infidels.”
    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/6915/europe-muslim-enrichment
    The importation of large Muslim populations is economic as well as cultural suicide it seems. It appears that none of the French or Belgian nationality terrorists was ever employed except for one that owned a bar/drug use den that was closed down by police.

  73. LJ has a good post at Noquarter. My husband worked in Brussels for a year in the 80s and he does not remember any Belgistan then. There was a time I would have blamed the xenophobic and racist Europeans but not any more and not for sometime now. I think the world should call out the Saudis, the Turks and their ally, the US in its part in fomenting what is going on. But what the barbarians are doing is beyond anybodyelse’s responsibility. They are on their own.

    And of course, the rest of the ME Muslims are sympathetic to the barbarians. They have their own grievances against the wealthy Muslim countries who don’t care for them and then the rest of the world. And the wealthy Muslims do not follow the religion, it is only the peasants.

  74. You know, I see a little parallel in the way the race grievance industry has gained ground under Obama in this own country. Look at the BLM fuckers. They live in a first world country which rewards merit and excellence. But they don’t even want to try. They are going around fomenting discord and hover on the verge of violence. And, you don’t think much of the rest of the Black population is not sympathetic to them? Fomenting grievance from the peasants, the gullible, the poor and the mentally unstable has always been too easy for the power hungry overlords.

  75. Clinton Goes after Laugh Factory Comedians for Making Fun of Her

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    In what appears to be a first for a serious presidential contender, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is going after five comedians who made fun of the former Secretary of State in standup skits at a popular Hollywood comedy club.

    A video of the short performance, which is less than three minutes, is posted on the website of the renowned club, Laugh Factory, and the Clinton campaign has tried to censor it. Besides demanding that the video be taken down, the Clinton campaign has demanded the personal contact information of the performers that appear in the recording. This is no laughing matter for club owner Jamie Masada, a comedy guru who opened Laugh Factory more than three decades ago and has been instrumental in launching the careers of many famous comics. “They threatened me,” Masada told Judicial Watch. “I have received complains before but never a call like this, threatening to put me out of business if I don’t cut the video.”

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2015/11/clinton-goes-after-laugh-factory-comedians-for-making-fun-of-her/

  76. blowme0bama
    November 18, 2015 at 4:08 pm
    Clinton Goes after Laugh Factory Comedians for Making Fun of HIll art

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    Well that’s one way to ensure the video is seen by 10 times as many people as it would have before. Better grow a thicker skin Hillary.

  77. freespirit
    November 18, 2015 at 9:50 am
    Anonymous ‘takes down thousands of Islamic State Twitter accounts’

    Hackers claim to have disabled more than 6000 users a day after declaring war on the jihadist group following Friday’s Paris attacks.

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    Finally Anonymous does something good.

  78. Do you feel safe? They are coming. Sadly, another terrorist attack is not a question of if, its a question of when.

    Honduras arrests five Syrians headed to US with stolen passports

    AFP By Noe Leiva

    Read article at http://news.yahoo.com/honduras-arrests-five-syrians-headed-us-stolen-passports-204536480.html#

    If they caught five, how many do you think they sent? Look at how good those fake passports are. Screening? Just sneak in. That eliminates all screening. Now I live in Texas. You know that at least some of them will make camp here.

    I just want to survive this. Is that so much to ask?

    Hillary 2016?

  79. If you are not pissed off yet:

    http://cis.org/High-Cost-of-Resettling-Middle-Eastern-Refugees

    As Americans continue to debate what to do about the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East, this analysis attempts to estimate the costs of resettling refugees from that region in the United States. Although we do not consider all costs, our best estimate is that in their first five years in the United States each refugee from the Middle East costs taxpayers $64,370 — 12 times what the UN estimates it costs to care for one refugee in neighboring Middle Eastern countries.

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    BO needs to send them to his buddies in Saudi Arabia

  80. …count me in on a Florida vote for Trump…

    I am so disgusted with O and H…she should run as fast as she can away from him…and yet she sounds just as bad as he does…

    I have had it…

    my country comes first..period…

    btw…Trump and Susanna Martinez…sure winning team…

  81. Not definitive because video of Obama is not quoted exactly, but interesting:

    Christie calls Obama ‘a joke’ on Syria refugees debate (VIDEO)
    snip
    The governor, speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper, assailed the president
    FOR HIS COMMENTS ACCUSING REPUBLICAN 2016 HOPEFULS, LIKE CHRISTIE, OF PANDERING TO VOTERS
    and potentially jeopardizing the national security of the United States.
    snip
    http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2015/11/christie_blasts_obama_as_a_joke_on_isis_syria.html
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    This from Senator Session’s dot gov site:

    11.17.15. Senators Jeff Sessions & Richard Shelby, both Republicans from Alabama & on Appropriations and Judiciary Committees:… “Long before the barbaric attacks in Paris, government officials and investigators have stated that we do not have the capacity to effectively screen Syrian refugees.. Under our nation’s current policy, the President simply brings in as many refugees as he wants. Refugees are entitled to access all major welfare programs, and they can also draw benefits directly from the Medicare and Social Security disability and retirement trust funds – taking those funds straight from the pockets of American retirees who paid into these troubled funds all of their lives..

  82. Holdthem

    That’s so unreal, Americans benefits going to the “refugees”..I bet 99.9% of Americans have no idea…and they stay on these benefits for life…

  83. Wow.. I guess I never thought about “the rest of the story”. First, Carson only was affiliated with 5 surgeries of conjoined twins (actually participated in 4 of those 5). And only one led to healthy people afterwards. The others were normal before surgery (save for being conjoined), but basically became vegetables. Another set of conjoined twins (adults) died on the table. These cases Carson took were refused by other surgeons for just that reason, they couldn’t see how the surgeries would be successful.

    That first surgery that Carson is famous for:

    The twins’ mother, Theresia Vosseler, described in a subsequent interview with a German magazine being racked with guilt for seeking the separation surgery that left her sons so impaired she had to send them to live in an institution.

    In 1993, Vosseler told Freizeit Revue that she flew to Baltimore with “a healthy, happily babbling baby bundle and came back to Ravensburg with two lifeless, soundless, mentally and physically most severely damaged human bundles.”

    “I will never get over this,” said a bitter Vosseler. “Why did I have them separated? I will always feel guilty. . . I don’t believe in a good God anymore.”

    At age 7, Benjamin and Patrick Binder could not sit on their own, lift their limbs, make any words, or swallow food or liquids without help, the magazine said. They couldn’t even cry. They were still in diapers, and their condition deteriorated from one year to the next, said Vosseler, whose second husband would bring the boys home to visit on weekends.

    http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2015/11/13/siamese-twin-separation-that-launched-ben-carson-fame-ended-poorly-for-twins/miZSU7XaINfDWFXWsfYLDO/story.html?p1=Article_Recommended_ArticleText

  84. Last night the governor of Texas suggested there is legal authority for the states to resist the settlement of unvetted Syrian refugees against their consent. So another lawsuit by the states against Obama and his executive orders is probably being brewed up. Gov Abbott also said the “charities” which “settle” the refugees but don’t keep up with them (neither do the feds) using federal money have state licensing (for social work?) and need to be monitored to make sure they are following state law and standards. These “charities” are tax money laundering operations making huge profits (paid in enormous salaries to the non-profit administrators who enroll these refugees on the public dole) which are turned around and donated to political party operations. It is Chicago graft gone international. Then Ryan suggested they may have a veto proof (with Dems!) bill to cut off the money. The Obama-ites want one more enormous chunk of money before they head out the door.

  85. The Obama-ites want one more enormous chunk of money before they head out the door.
    _________

    I’d pay big money to see someone chunk them out the door.

  86. FOR HIS COMMENTS ACCUSING REPUBLICAN 2016 HOPEFULS, LIKE CHRISTIE, OF PANDERING TO VOTERS
    _________

    Wow! If by “pandering” O means understanding and validating the concerns of the majority of American citizens (who pay him to shaft them and place them at risk financially and physically every day ) who recognize the very real potential for a repeat of the Paris blood bath, then I guess he has a point. Obama, on the other hand panders only to certain groups of voters and/or potential future (Dim) voters – blacks, kooks, illegal aliens. He considers the majority of American voters to be ignorant, unimportant, hicks.

    BTW, it looks like Christie’ is so over his crush on O. I don’t think we’re likely to see his fat ass walking on the beach, holdings hands with Barack again.

  87. freespirit
    November 19, 2015 at 10:49 am
    Sounds a bit like the world’s oldest profession, foxy. 🙂

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    Thanks Free. That made me laugh. 😄

  88. Free

    BTW, it looks like Christie’ is so over his crush on O. I don’t think we’re likely to see his fat ass walking on the beach, holdings hands with Barack again.


    😆

  89. Washington (CNN)The House easily passed a bill Thursday that would suspend the program allowing Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the U.S. until key national security agencies certify they don’t pose a security risk.

    The vote was 289-137, with 47 Democrats joining 242 Republicans in favor of the bill, creating a majority that could override President Barack Obama’s promised veto. It also faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where Minority Leader Harry Reid said he will try to block the bill.

    The high number of Democrats voting against the White House is a clear sign Obama is increasingly isolated in his position on refugees in light of the ISIS terrorist attacks on Paris.

  90. ISIS vows to blow up the White House in new video

    Foxnews

    So much for ObamaLove spread across the Middle East.

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