Monday, 21 February 2011
Billionaire, George Soros smeared Fox News, Glenn Beck and Rupert Murdoch Sunday in a CNN interview, likening them to Nazis or the fictitious “Big Brother” of George Orwell for what he described as manipulation of the public. He also suggested that the tea party movement was deluded and should be pitied because they don’t "understand" the economic forces at work in the United States, according to CNN.
Last year, Soros donated $1 million to the liberal media analysis group Media Matters, which devotes much of its work to attacking Fox News and especially Glenn Beck. For years, the group had denied being secretly funded by Soros, who stressed that this was his first ever donation to the group.
Soros took his shots on Sunday’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” on CNN, accusing Murdoch of using Fox News and his media empire to change the direction of government. He reacted to Fox News Channel host Glenn Beck’s assertion that there is a “shadow government” with puppets and puppet masters, and Soros is pulling the strings.
Soros is not a good guy at all. When the Nazis occupied Budapest in 1944, George Soros' father was a successful lawyer. He lived on an island in the Danube and liked to commute to work in a rowboat. But knowing there were problems ahead for the Jews, he decided to split his family up. He bought them forged papers and he bribed a government official to take 14-year-old George Soros in and swear that he was his Christian godson. But survival carried a heavy price tag. While hundreds of thousands of
Hungarian Jews were being shipped off to the death camps, George Soros accompanied his phony godfather on his appointed rounds, confiscating property from the Jews. Have a look at this link to read a transcript of his interview On 60 Minutes! http://tinyurl.com/ya2onc
Soros is a threat to Israel, Jews. I implore you to do your research on this man, check out: www.sorosmonitor.com
You could also read an excellent book called 'The Shadow Party' by David Horowitz and Richard Poe.
Obama Administration on Israel and Palestinian Peace Process:
“We continue to support the vision of the Arab Peace Initiative, a vision of a better future for all the people of the Middle East. This landmark proposal rests on the basic bargain that peace between Israel and her neighbours will bring recognition and normalization from all the Arab states”. “A just and lasting peace will transform the region. Israelis will finally be able to live in security, at peace with their neighbours, and confident in their future. Palestinians will at last have the dignity and justice they deserve with a state of their own and the freedom to chart their own destiny. Across the Middle East, moderates and advocates of peace and coexistence will be strengthened, while old arguments will be drained of their venom and the rejectionists and extremists will be exposed and marginalized”.
Consider that and what has always been the consensus in the eyes of the Obama Administration, EU and UN about the Israel – Palestinian issue. "A just and lasting peace will transform the region". This I assume will also de- radicalise the rest of the Arab World and usher in a new wave of harmony.
Well, President Obama and the rest of the world should stand up and officially renounce the position that the end of the supposed “occupation” of the Palestinian territories and a new Palestinian state will bring peace to an already volatile region.
We have been
seeing in the past few weeks that the people of Libya, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, and Tunisia are all crying out for freedom and an end to authoritarian rule. Whilst we still don't know whether these uprisings will lead to more radicalisation; one thing is for certain, this has got nothing to do with Israel. Anyone that tells you otherwise is utterly misguided.
Thursday, 10 February 2011
“I've come here to Cairo to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world, one based on mutual interest and mutual respect, and one based upon the truth that America and Islam are not exclusive and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principles -- principles of justice and progress; tolerance and the dignity of all human beings”.
“As a student of history, I also know civilization's debt to Islam. It was Islam -- at places like Al-Azhar -- that carried the light of learning through so many centuries, paving the way for Europe's Renaissance and Enlightenment. It was innovation in Muslim communities-- it was innovation in Muslim communities that developed the order of algebra; our magnetic compass and tools of navigation; our mastery of pens and printing; our understanding of how disease spreads and how it can be healed. Islamic culture has given us majestic arches and soaring spires; timeless poetry and cherished music; elegant calligraphy and places of peaceful contemplation. And throughout history, Islam has demonstrated through words and deeds the possibilities of religious tolerance and racial equality”.
President Barack Obama in Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt April 6th 2009.
How ironic that it was in Cairo that Obama gave his much publicized speech about principles of justice and progress (incidentally he invited the Muslim Brotherhood to attend the speech in spite the protest of Mubarak),
in a country which is now in the midst of civil war which is threatening the fabric of the nation. In the last fortnight, there have been unprecedented demonstrations from segments of the Egyptian people, a President (Hosni Mubarak) of 30 years not running for re-election, fundamental political reforms have been promised and the restrictions of the Internet have been lifted. Still that doesn’t seem to be enough for the now, 'rioters'. This unfortunately, leads me to believe that despite worldwide affirmation, these demonstrators, do not have the best of intentions here. Since all of that has taken place, we’ve been hearing reports of death and fighting in the streets and further calls for violence. Some factions claim they are going to ‘lynch’ the current President.
On Thursday 10th February President Mubarak passed authority to his hand-picked vice president, Omar Suleiman but refused to resign. Egypt will now go to polls in September 2011 and chose a new President. The chances of it being Suleiman are slim to none, if free and fair elections are allowed by the army. Anyone with a whiff of support for the Mubarak rule will be out sooner than they can say Tahrir Square. So the elections will have a huge significance to the Egyptian people, Israel and the Western World.
The problem that has come to the forefront is that the Muslim Brotherhood is considered to have the most to gain from the mayhem in Egypt.
The Muslim Brotherhood is an international Muslim Body, which seeks to establish Allah's law in the land by achieving the spiritual goals of Islam and the true religion which basically means Shari'ah (Islamic Law). Anyone that doesn’t know their stuff on Shari’ah, better get clued up, because this isn’t something that will make the world a hunky doory place.
For example let me give you an idea about their views on women: According to the Shari’ah, despite declarations of the equality of the sexes before God, women are considered inferior to men, and have fewer rights and responsibilities. A woman counts as half a man in giving evidence in a court of law, or in matters of inheritance. Her position is less advantageous than a man’s with regard to marriage and divorce. A husband has the moral and religious right and duty to beat his wives for disobedience or for perceived misconduct. A woman does not have the right to choose her husband, or her place of residence, to travel freely or have freedom in her choice of clothing. Women have little or no autonomy and are deemed to need the protection of their fathers, husbands or other male relatives throughout their lives. Any conduct that undermines the idea of male supremacy will fall foul of the Shari’ah.
You don’t have right for a fair trial which in essence means no Habeas Corpus. Punishment can range from Lashing, Stoning to Chopping off hands, castration.
I am worried about what the consequence of having the brotherhood will do to Egypt, an ally of Israel since Anwar Sadat and a partner in the War on Terror and Hamas. If you’re still unsure about the ‘Brotherhood’, let me enlighten you some of their more “esteemed” members. Osama Bin Laden’s right hand man; Ayman Muhammad Rabaie al-Zawahiri,
the grand mufti of Jerusalem Amin al-Husayni to name a few. Just to give you an idea, Al-Husayni believed he was an ally of Hitler in the attempt to exterminate the Jews during the Holocaust
Yes, we should be encouraging democracy throughout the world, freedom is a universal right, but the western world must try and encourage people who are afraid of voicing peaceful views for fear of their lives, the opportunity to come to the fore and speak out.
I am calling on President Obama, to rally the moderate Egyptians to make a stand and attempt to fill the power vacuum, which the fundamentalists seem to crave. We have heard for years that there are moderate Muslims throughout the world that are desperate to have their say but they are too afraid to say it publicly for fear of their lives. If Obama uses his arena in Washington and continuously states that those people who seek principles of justice and progress; tolerance and the dignity of all human beings will have the unanimous backing of the Western World then, I think we may see a strong consortium of Egyptians, be it atheist, Christian and moderate Muslims coming together to tackle the fundamentalist threat posed from the ‘Brotherhood’. Obama must reach out and support the fair minded Egyptian people and make a pact with the Egyptian army that they will prop up the moderate’s when the make their case to the people of Egypt. Ultimately, it is the Egyptian people that will have the final say, however I would never want to leave the field saying ‘what-if’. The moderates may fail to win in September, but to stay silent like Obama did with the 2009 Iranian uprising will be a disaster.
If you are worried about what the consequences of American intervention into other nation’s affairs, then please learn about Ronald Reagan and Lech Walesa of Poland. To give you a brief idea of what happened: In the 1980s, President Reagan sat in the White House and he was not afraid to act and sided early on with the independent Polish trade Union, "Solidarity" led by Lech Walesa. From its start in 1981 until 1989 when the Communists were finally overthrown, Reagan supported the struggle for freedom in Poland. The result of that type of rhetoric, was the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Unfortunately, Obama recently said that he can see himself ‘working with the Brotherhood’ which to me is absolutely shocking and a complete antithesis of the fundamental American values and principles which Reagan and other Presidents have stood for in the past.
Abraham Lincoln ended the civil war and abolished slavery.
Ronald Reagan defeated Communism.
President Bush liberated Iraq.
Obama seems intent on standing by and absorbing radical Islamic movements who would love nothing more than to enslave women, place onerous restrictions on freedom of speech/press and to kill the infidels aka non-believers.
Isn’t it ironic that on this day on 11th February 1979 Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini seized power in Iran. Why did that happen? Because then President Jimmy Carter refused to prop up the Shah of Iran and consequently allowed the Islamic fundamentalist to brutally take over the country, which now has Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as their President. Maybe John McCain was right after all in 2008? Obama seems to be running for Jimmy Carter’s second term.
God help us all.
Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Barack Obama ran for office in 2008 based on the notion of winning the hearts and minds of the average ‘joe’ on the street. He portrayed himself as this ‘revolutionary centrist that will heal the planet from the evils of the Bush administration’ and Americas evil past.
Obama became President and dramatically moved hard left. Talk about breaking promises!
Instead of being a ‘bipartisan, free market, pro-business, pragmatic president’, he decided that his way was the only way and he was going to dictate his socialist will on the country.
His initial reaction to getting the presidency was akin to a kid getting a new car. Shows it off to the rest of the world, believing he can do no wrong....
Until, he crashes the car.
That is what happened to Obama.
Pure and simple, the country is in further financial ruin, unemployment is still rising, and confidence in the banking system is at an all time low. Almost all American voters think the country's economy is in bad shape, and few see benefits from the Obama administration’s economic policies. In fact, slightly more voters think the policies have hurt rather than helped the economy -- and many others think they have made no difference either way. A Fox News poll released Friday (28th January) found that more than 9 in 10 voters give the economy negative ratings: More voters think the economic policies of the Obama administration have hurt the economy (32 percent) than think they have helped (28 percent).
Twenty-nine percent (29%) of Likely U.S. Voters say the country is heading in the right direction, according to a new Rasmussen Reports survey.
His signature piece of legislation; which he will probably base his re-election around, is Obamacare. Well... A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely Voters at least somewhat favour repeal of the health care law, including 47% who Strongly Favour repeal!!! How can he possibly run on that idea when he has such atrocious numbers?
A question is normally asked, what good has Obama brought to America since 2008, other than phenomenal speeches?
The crisis deepened further in November 2010, when, to quote the anointed one himself, he got a “shellacking”. His party lost control of the House of Representatives and had their ‘filibuster proof’ majority quashed in the Senate. It was a complete repudiation of the Obama agenda.
A reality check was needed by the Obama team otherwise 2012 would have been an embarrassment. Out of nowhere, an opportunity arose, albeit not the most tasteful, but nevertheless an opportunity; the shootings of a congresswoman in Tucson, Arizona.
The country needed to hear words of inspiration from the President of United States. For too long, he has been the leader of the unions, far left groups and the Democrats. He needed to unite the country and he had a great opportunity.
He certainly delivered on that speech and he has been widely praised even by his fiercest critics.
However an alarming trend has occurred to me. All he does is give speeches, whenever the pressure is on and he needs to deliver, all he does is give a speech. Where is the pre-emptive action? Where is the actual progress? Where are the facts on the ground?
On the one hand, he talks about bipartisanship but at the same time, he throws Republicans out of negotiating rooms, doesn’t bring dissenting voices into meetings and continually attacks anyone that doesn’t believe in his world view. Something has got to change; he can’t dictate his will on the people any longer.
The question that needs to be asked is how can Obama take the country back (especially on the economic front)? How can he be re-elected in 2012 regardless of who the GOP chose? The answer is simple. Obama must learn from two people; Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan.
Clinton got elected and ran to the left in 1992, attempted to pass ‘HillaryCare’ the same as ‘ObamaCare’ which was, ironically unpopular. The result was that a landslide GOP victory in 1994. Not to dissimilar to 2010, Clinton had a choice between ‘more of the same, or change course’. He chose to join the centre and work to bring the country together. It wasn’t easy by any means, but nevertheless he made the effort. As a result Clinton was easily re-elected in 1996.
For Obama, coming to centre won’t be as easy as it was for Clinton. Obama is perceived as this anti business, tax and spending liberal who is in bed with George Soros, Moveon.org and Socialists alike.
In order for a change, he must pivot big time and alter the minds of the electorate by learning from Ronald Reagan who said: “The problem is not that people are taxed too little, the problem is that government spends too much”. He must instruct Congress to repeal the current Health Care bill and look to start over; he should immediately work with Congress and start cutting the spending in Washington to bring the deficit down, without raising taxes on anyone. He must stand up on public television and retract the set timetable for withdrawal from Afghanistan and insist that he will continue to tackle Al-Qaeda and the Taliban whenever and wherever.
If Obama can carry out the above, he will be a shoe-in for the re-election in 2012.
What are the chances of that happening?
That is why he will have a rough fight on his hands in 2012. He will have to defend his policies to a tough American electorate,
desperate for some genuine ‘hope and change’ to their ordinary lives.
Knowing that, it is essential that the ‘GOP’ chose very carefully who their nominee will be to run against Obama. In the next few articles we will give you an idea as to who could/should be running for the GOP nomination for 2012. Watch this space.