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Two Christians Beheaded in New Jersey By Muslim Man: Media, Silent!

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by Steve Foley

While the national media covers the Oscar Pistorius murder case wall to wall, the gruesome murder and beheading of two Coptic Christians by a Muslim has been virtually blacked out.

This despite the fact that the story was broken by an ABC television local affiliate in Jersey City two weeks ago.

MUSLIM ACCUSED OF BEHEADING 2 CHRISTIANS IN U.S.

Torture, persecution of faithful no longer reserved for Islamic nations

by BOB UNRUH

Authorities in New Jersey allege a Muslim man beheaded two Coptic Christians, burying their bodies and heads and hands in separate graves near Philadelphia, bringing the horror of the persecution of Christians in Islamic nations to the United States.

According to New York's WABC-TV, the Muslim was identified as Yusuf Ibrahim, 28. He was taken into custody after the bodies were found.

The report said investigators alleged Ibrahim killed the victims then severed their heads and hands, and buried the remains in the back yard of a home in Buena Vista, N.J.

The report said the victims were from the Coptic Christian community in the area. One of the victims had come from Egypt not many years ago.

While the report said police did not indicate a motive, friends of the victims wondered if it was something to do with religion.

WABC reporter Jeff Pegues wrote: "To members of the close knit Coptic Orthodox church the pain is real."

"It's a shock, something like this doesn't happen to people like that," one resident told him.

The report said police described the suspect as "ruthless" and "calculating" and said he belongs behind bars.

Pamela Geller, who blogs about Islam at Atlas Shrugs, said it "appear have been a ritual killing, religious in nature."

"The victims were Coptic Christians and the murderer was Muslim (and we are painfully aware of the status and treatment of Coptic Christians under Muslim rule in Egypt)," she wrote.

"The killing evokes this passage in the Quran: 'When thy Lord was revealing to the angels, 'I am with you; so confirm the believers. I shall cast into the unbelievers' hearts terror; so smite above the necks, and smite every finger of them!" – Quran 8:12."

Samy Hohareb, a friend of the victims, said, "I leave it for the police and the investigation."

The New York Daily News reported Ibrahim was nabbed by detectives on Sunday after the bodies were found.

Authorities said the suspect was found driving a white Mercedes Benz that belonged to one of the victims.

Ibrahim was being held at the Atlantic County jail on charges of murder and desecration of human remains.

WND reported in September a jihadi writer who has praised the murderer of a Dutch filmmaker suggested beheading as a way of curbing criticism of Islam. The report came from the Muhib Ru'yat al-Rahman, a senior writer of a leading jihadi forum called Shumoukh al-Islam, suggested that Muslims living in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and the U.S. kill Westerners who criticize Islam and display their decapitated heads along roads, according to the Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor, a unit of the Middle East Media Research Center.

"While expressing respect for those calling to boycott European and American products over the release of the film 'Innocence of Muslims,' which negatively depicts Muhammad, Muhib insists that the best way to deter people from insulting Muhammad and his wives is to implement his proposal," the report said.

The writer praised Dutch-Moroccan Muslim Muhammad Bouyeri, who killed Dutch film-maker Theo Van Gogh in 2004 over the production of "Submission," a film criticizing Islam's treatment of women. Dozens of forum members praised the post, expressing their agreement with the writer's suggestions, the report said.

Geller summarized the report: "More tolerance and respect from savages demanding tolerance, respect and submission."

She has waged a battle in New York, Washington and other cities to post a pro-Israel ad after numerous pro-Palestinian ads already have appeared

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Obama Demands Peaceful Surrender to Brotherhood






July 9, 2013

Obama Demands Peaceful Surrender to Brotherhood

By Daren Jonescu

Barack Obama's administration is the best American friend the global caliphate movement has ever had. Obama, a notorious backstabber of accomplices who have outlived their usefulness, is now demonstrating that he is capable of steadfast comradeship when his heart is in it, responding to the mass uprising and military coup that has toppled Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood regime by demanding that the Brotherhood be allowed to participate in whatever form of government comes next.

From Bloomberg News, we get this:

While President Barack Obama's administration has stopped short of condemning the July 3 military takeover, it has called on Egyptian leaders to pursue "a transparent political process that is inclusive of all parties and groups," including "avoiding any arbitrary arrests of Morsi and his supporters," Bernadette Meehan, a spokeswoman for the National Security Council, said July 4 in a statement.

Let us leave aside the obvious hilarity of the Obama administration demanding "a transparent political process" from anyone else -- while secretly collecting personal communications and financial data on all of its citizens, using federal agencies to target political opponents, concocting elaborate lies to cover for the gravest moral misdeeds, and arbitrarily micromanaging the implementation of destructive laws to shield its party from election fallout. The more important consideration here is what exactly this call for an "inclusive" process in Egypt is intended to achieve.

With his demands that today's Egyptian leaders pursue transparency and "avoid any arbitrary arrests," Obama is suggesting that the new leaders need to be pushed into behaving with restraint, thus implicitly painting the Morsi government as the victim in this struggle. Further, the Obama administration has implied, though they have "stopped short of" declaring, that the ouster of Morsi was illegitimate; why else would they demand that the faction just removed from government in a popular uprising must be allowed right back in as quickly as possible?

Note to the duplicitous "fact checkers" out there: of course you will not find Obama's direct statement of support for the MB. At the risk of vindicating Michele Bachmann's account of MB influence within the government, Obama obviously cannot come straight out and say, "If I had a son, he'd look like the boy who killed Tyrone Woods with mortar fire." Instead, the administration is reverting to the progressives' standard method of indirect support for anti-Western tyrants: moral equivalency arguments. Thus, in answer to accusations from Egyptians that the Obama administration had long supported Morsi's government, the administration's official answer is that Obama "is not aligned with, and does not support, any particular Egyptian party or group." That's the administration's strongest effort to dissociate itself from a terrorist-supporting organization openly advocating world dictatorship -- moral equivalency. In effect, "We don't support them, any more than we support anyone else."

Predictably, the rationale for this tacit moral support of the Muslim Brotherhood is that MB involvement in the "process" is a prerequisite of peace.

The administration has urged the Egyptian military to stop using heavy-handed tactics, according to two U.S. officials who asked not to be identified commenting on private communications. They said the administration is concerned that some in the military may want to provoke the Islamists to violence and provide a rationale for crushing the movement once and for all.

Such a move would fail and probably prompt a shift to al-Qaeda type terrorist tactics by extremists in the Islamist movement in Egypt and elsewhere, the U.S. officials said.

There it is, in bold colors: the progressive case for appeasement that, over the past century, has served the modern world up to global socialism, and now does double duty on behalf of an Islamic jihadist movement that would swallow Western civilization whole, while destroying the remnants of political liberty and the fruits of the industrial revolution in the "process."

The Obama administration is "concerned" that Egypt's military leadership may wish to instigate an all-out fight with the MB support base, with the intention of wiping out the movement. As an alternative, they are urging that the MB be allowed to participate equally in a new democratic political process -- exactly what they were urging a year ago. And what happened a year ago? Mohamed Morsi, a Brotherhood leader, was elected with the support of the large faction of Egyptian Sunnis who advocate political rule by Sharia law, support Hamas, and would eliminate all alternative voices within the Egyptian press and political community.

Notice how the administration's reasoning also buys into the "root causes" talk that is typically favored by jihadist sympathizers. Muslims are radicalized by feeling excluded from the political process, we are told; and remember that in this case we are not even talking about Muslims in general, but rather a particular faction of Sunni Muslims that openly supports terrorist groups and hopes to eliminate all religious competitors within and without Islam. A group that would "probably" "shift to al-Qaeda type terrorist tactics" if they didn't get their way is already radicalized. If al-Qaeda itself wished to be granted official party status, would Obama go out of his way to demand it? (Sadly, the answer is probably yes; following the thinking of his Chicago friend Rashid Khalidi, he would accept the premise that it is only a sense of disenfranchisement -- ultimately caused by the Jews -- that has radicalized the terrorists.)

The question the Obama administration, like all progressive organizations, wishes to elide is whether demanding that an extremely intolerant, tyrannical faction be allowed to participate as an equal partner in a "democratic political process" is not a recipe for a speedy drift into tyranny. In fact, arguments for compromise with tyranny made in the name of "peace" and "justice" are the progressives' stock-in-trade in both domestic and foreign policy, as these have been pursued throughout the late modern world.

The League of Nations and the United Nations were progressive ideas, grand moral equivalency schemes foisted upon the West by men who wished to achieve gradually what the world's tyrants wished to achieve immediately, namely "global governance" in the name of collectivist peace. The abolition of property rights, the dilution of national sovereignty, and the establishment of an international technocratic elite that would supersede elected governments and seek peace through compromise of the fundamental principles of individualism and freedom -- these progressive goals lulled the West into a sleepwalk through fascism, and finally built an entire culture of apologetics for the spread of communism.

The tyrannical men and regimes of the world must be included in any legitimate political process, the West was repeatedly told by its leaders -- they must "have a voice" -- lest they become militant and unmanageable. The worst thing we could do, the progressives continually warned, would be to exclude the totalitarians from the discussion, for this might "provoke" them into a more radical and threatening position.

The present case could not demonstrate the folly (let's be generous) of such a position any more clearly. The Muslim Brotherhood is an international organization bent on achieving world Islamic rule. And their notion of Islamic rule is in no way morally or politically equivalent to what defenders of Israel mean when they speak of a "Jewish state." For one thing, the state they seek is global -- there would be no alternative homeland for those who do not wish to live in this "Islamic state." And for another, the society they envision, and toward which they strive, is not a pluralistic, open society, but the most monolithic, closed society imaginable -- outside of the communist totalitarian world, toward which Western progressives also urged tolerance, inclusion, and understanding.

The Talibanization of the Earth would, in practice, differ from the dream of world communism primarily in that the chains would come down most heavily on women and infidels first, rather than on everyone at once. In the end, a global approximation of Taliban Afghanistan would be the result in either case; whether the murdered and re-educated are called "infidels" or "capitalists" makes very little difference. The only significant difference would be perceptual: we wouldn't actually be able to see the women's starving faces.

The Morsi government was supposed to be the "friendly" face of this global caliphate fantasy. Within a year of the election of these "moderates," they had begun in earnest the process of reconfiguring Egypt to destroy secular politics, and to eliminate modern (non-jihadist) culture. This is the faction that the Obama administration is offering its tacit moral backing, by demanding that it be included in the political machinery that evolves out of the latest crisis.

Consider, once again, the standard progressive argument for appeasement, as promoted by anonymous Obama administration officials. Marginalizing and excluding the MB from the political process would "probably prompt a shift to al-Qaeda type terrorist tactics by extremists in the Islamist movement in Egypt and elsewhere." In other words, their goals are coercive and authoritarian, so the best course of action is to allow them to achieve those goals gradually and peacefully rather than forcing them to resort to violence. To restate: "Give them what they want, and nobody gets hurt." You might hand over your wallet to an armed thief on such terms; but would you deliver millions of people into Taliban-like servitude on the same terms?

The current predicament in Egypt is more evidence -- as if we needed it -- for the principle that broadly "democratic" political arrangements cannot be superimposed on a society that does not have a populace morally and intellectually prepared for self-governance. A population that votes itself into tyranny is like a free man who sells himself into slavery -- he is not spiritually mature enough for self-determination. And the nations of the West are hardly in a position to look smugly at the unfitness of the Arab world for self-government, given that we have had all the historical preparation and civilizational establishment one could hope for, and are nevertheless well along in the process of doing the same thing Egypt did last year, and will likely do again this year.

The fact that the Obama administration's instinct, when secular tyrants were being ousted in favor of Islamic rule, was to encourage this shift as evidence of "hope and change," while, when the developing Islamic tyranny is ousted, the administration's instinct is to admonish Egyptians and make demands on behalf of political Islam, is both telling and revolting. I cannot pretend to understand what is happening in Egypt, or to predict what will happen next. The horror stories of dozens of rapes during the recent protests, and recent reports about the character of the general leading the coup, indicate that this mass movement is threatened from the inside, probably by the involvement of radical Muslims who happen to oppose the MB's methods. It is likely, however, that there are also a good number of people who genuinely desire a new start for their country, on a footing of reasonable, pluralistic government. No population votes itself into tyranny unanimously: rather, the majority uses its own submission to authority to strip away the freedoms of any minority faction that might have preferred a more civil order. (Sound familiar?) Given the history of Egypt and the region, the well-intentioned minority's chances don't look good. But they could not look much worse than they did under the quickly tightening authority of the MB regime.

Given the turmoil this decent minority is going through now, nothing, I imagine, could be more disheartening than the thought that after all this, they will simply end up in another "democratic process" that brings some version of the global caliphate movement back into power. And yet the likelihood of that miserable outcome is being enhanced, and even promoted, by the Obama administration's demands that "democracy" be restored quickly, and that this "democracy" include the Muslim Brotherhood. What we are witnessing, among other things, is the vindication of everyone who ever warned that democracy without limiting principles quickly devolves into the tyranny of the majority.

It is usually best to avoid overused comparisons, but this time the obvious seems inevitable: Had Hitler survived his defeat in WWII, would the Allies have demanded, as a condition of Germany's restoration, that he be reinstated as a candidate for chancellor immediately? Imagine seeing those campaign posters on your ride home from Auschwitz.

What should happen next in Egypt is hardly clear. And it is almost a given that this is not what will happen. Is it not unseemly, however, for a U.S. administration to declare that a "democratic process" cannot be judged legitimate unless it includes the advocates of global tyranny? On the other hand, if ever there were a U.S. administration well-positioned to make such a declaration, it would be this one.


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Experts Destroy Obama’s Argument Americans Must Sacrifice Privacy for Security





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MICHAEL KELLEY JUL. 8, 2013, 4:55 PM On June 7 President Barack Obama defended the two secret National Security Agency (NSA) spying programs that were exposed by whistleblower/leaker Edward Snowden, saying: "You can't have 100% security, and also then have 100% privacy and zero inconvenience." Obama insisted "the right balance" had been struck between security […]

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TSA agents allow Muslims in burqas to sail through security, but harass a wounded Marine war veteran





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Obviously the TSA can not tell a terrorist from a hero. Wounded U.S. Marine and Iraq veteran was treated 'shamefully' because he couldn't raise his injured arm and was ordered to take off dress uniform because it had 'too much metal.'  UK Daily Mail  A wounded war veteran has described the moment security agents treated […]

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Congressman says investigations of Obama are underway in House, Senate & FBI





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Dare we get our hopes up?

Kenny Marchant is the Republican U.S. Representative for the 24th Congressional District of Texas. The district includes several areas around Dallas and Fort Worth.

A reader of Obama Release Your Records, "Dougster," wrote a letter to Congressman Marchant about impeaching Obama. Below is the letter Dougster received from Rep. Marchant.

KennyMarchantJuly 8, 2013

Dear ________,

Thank you for contacting me regarding your desire for articles of impeachment to be brought against the President. When considering the issues before me, it is very important to know the views and concerns of my constituents.

I share your outrage over the multiple scandals involving the Internal Revenue Service, the State Department, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice, and other agencies under this Administration. Each is alarming and each warrants a high degree of scrutiny.

When articles of impeachment are introduced against the President, the House Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction to consider them and collect critical information. The Committee would then decide whether to move forward with charges that amount to "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors." From there, the articles would then be presented for a vote in the full House and, if passed, be sent to the Senate where a 2/3 majority vote is required for removal from office.

There are currently investigations underway in the House, the Senate, and at the FBI to gather as much information from the Administration as possible. I am involved with and support these investigations so that we can get all information about those that are responsible in order to hold them accountable. Namely, the President is under to most scrutiny and will have to face the truth of what we know to be fact in the many investigations.

Thank you for expressing your concerns to me. I greatly value your opinion and encourage you to contact me with your thoughts and questions. Please visit my website, http://www.marchant.house.gov, and sign up for any e-newsletter to stay updated on how I am serving you and the 24th District of Texas. It is an honor to represent you in Congress and I look forward to hearing again from you soon.

Sincerely,

Kenny Marchant
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Here's a scanned image of Marchant's letter (click to enlarge):

Marchant letter

Rep. Kenny Marchant, age 62, was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2005. Prior to entering politics, he had worked as a real estate developer and owned a homebuilding company.

He began his political career in the Carrollton City Council, followed by Mayor of Carrollton, and 7 years in the Texas House of Representatives where he was named a Top Ten Legislator by Texas Monthly and Legislator of the Year by the Texas Municipal League.

In Congress, his committee assignments include membership in the House Committee on Ways and Means and its Subcommittee on Oversight.

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Climate’s not a hot topic


UN survey shows, globally, people are more concerned about jobs, food, and health care


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First posted: Saturday, July 06, 2013 06:33 PM EDT

bankimoon United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wants the world to know more about climate change, but, apparently, nobody cares about a climate crusade. FABRICE CORRINI/AFP

Well, that was UN-expected.

The United Nations is running a global online survey asking people to prioritize the issues they think will help create a better world.

I guess somebody has to.

This global taking-of-the-pulse by the bureaucrats down at 760 United Nations Plaza, New York, is heroically described on its own dedicated website like this:

"My World is a United Nations global survey for citizens. Working with partners, we aim to capture people's voices, priorities and views, so world leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the next set of global goals to end poverty."

The results have been astounding, to say the least, because it appears the politically fashionable concern for global warming has turned into global yawning.

Just over 645,000 people from 194 countries have taken the poll so far and they put climate change at the bottom of their list of worries. Yes, that's stone, motherless last.

At the top of concerns about the world of tomorrow is "better job opportunities" closely followed by "a good education." Coming in behind are things like "better health care," "affordable and nutritious food," "support for people who can't work," and so on.

Climate change just doesn't rate, coming in at number 16 of 16 options. Can you bear it?

Given the billions of dollars that have been spent by the UN and its minion agencies organizing annual climate change conferences since 1995 — and the spectacularly unsuccessful Kyoto Protocols of 1997 — this is a miserable return on investment.

Put simply, nobody cares for a climate crusade. An issue that consumes so much of the vast UN bureaucracy and its ambassadors and special envoys and eminent people has no global traction.

Which is surely going to be news to UN supremo Ban Ki-moon. In January he outlined his list of ambitions for 2013 and chief amongst them was his need to make the world "more aware about climate change issues."

"The world is now experiencing unprecedented challenges," Ban said. "Climate change is fast happening — much, much faster than one would have expected. Climate and ecosystems are under growing strain." Then he boarded a jet and flew to Davos, Switzerland to meet with 2,500 government, business and civil society leaders in the Swiss ski resort for 10 days of earnest hand wringing.

Presumably all those climate change henny penny's flew there too. Just like U.S. President Barack Obama. He took off for Africa aboard Air Force One last month after sanctimoniously declaring that the U.S. "must lead on climate change" — although he offered no evidence that it had been asked to by anyone.

Obama did declare war on coal, however, in his speech at Georgetown University, calling for more stringent controls on power plants and their emissions.

The problem for Moon and Obama is that nobody is listening to them. There is global apathy on the climate change debate, with the UN's own poll showing people are more concerned with feeding themselves and their family than rallying to a cause built on weak scientific modeling and self-serving peer review networks.

So if we are to believe the UN's own noble words, the results of this online poll will help shape the future of the organization.

We can only hope that climate change therefore takes its considered place as a normal part of the earth's cycle and ceases to be such a hideously expensive concern for people who assume to be our betters.

It might also be time for environmentalists to stop trying to take away our freedoms by meddling in every aspect of our lives.

Well, we can live in hope.



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Tuesday funny!





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US will synchronize force-feeding Gitmo terrorists to Ramadan fast schedule



Give them 'plug-'em-up pills' for 3 days and then 'blast away pills' for 3 days.  Repeat as desired.

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