It's the same in any lingo

בַּת-בָּבֶל, הַשְּׁדוּדָה: אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיְשַׁלֶּם-לָךְ-- אֶת-גְּמוּלֵךְ, שֶׁגָּמַלְתּ לָנוּ
אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיֹּאחֵז וְנִפֵּץ אֶת-עֹלָלַיִךְ-- אֶל-הַסָּלַע

How can one be compelled to accept slavery? I simply refuse to do the master's bidding. He may torture me, break my bones to atoms and even kill me. He will then have my dead body, not my obedience. Ultimately, therefore, it is I who am the victor and not he, for he has failed in getting me to do what he wanted done. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when? ~ Rav Hillel, Pirke Avot

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes
Wear It With Pride

30 June 2009

Khaled In The Sky With Diamonds

Khaled Mashaal must take LSD. What other possible explanation can there be for his latest pronouncement; that America voted for Marack because of our fear of jihad? Arutz Sheva reports that the muskrat headed looney tunes delivered an address on Al-Aqsa TV during which he stated that Marack came to power because of Islamic Jihad in the Middle East.
During the June 25 discourse, Mashaal said Obama's administration, and its interest in achieving détente with the Arab world, did not come about through American altruism. Rather, witnessing the combative efforts of Palestinians, Lebanese, Iraqis and Afghanis led Americans to vote for Obama in order to "protect their own interests."
I've got news for you Khaled, your movement of the brain dead had nothing to do with it. Most Americans were unaware of Marack's love for jihadis because they were too busy stuffing their faces with cheese doodles to pay attention. Here's another news flash, most Americans wouldn't recognize you if you bumped into them and offered them a tic tac, or jammed an RPG up their rear.

Marack came to power because the media sheltered him, he committed fraud, and because the majority of Americans are so easily marketed to, they would probably buy shoe laces made of human poop if you told them they cured cancer. If Americans only knew what he stood for we wouldn't be in this mess. Get over yourself you genocidal ass faced douchebag. Don't you have anything better to do with your time, like step on a land mine?


(UPDATE) Let me just say that for the most part, I love Israelis. They can cook you under the table, and they don't mince words. Here are some of the more choice responses from Israeli politicians to President Teacozy's comments regarding Avigdor Lieberman: National Union MK Michael Ben-Ari called Sarkozy a "frog eater." Uri Orbach, Habayit Hayehudi MK said, "...since you don't understand Hebrew or manners, I will say in French: 'Mr. President, nobody asked you'."

Shtuey says, "Go fuck yourself rat bag."

For his part, Prime Minister Netanyahu expressed his full support of Lieberman before a host of European ambassadors. In fact, now that the French doorstop has expressed his disdain for Lieberman, he has pretty much guaranteed that the Russian born Israeli Minister will stay in his post. But what do expect from the leader of a country whose greatest accomplishment in the last 75 years was the failure of the Maginot Line, and capitulation to the Nazis?

Will it be declared a pandemic? French President Nicolas "Stilts" Teacozy must have caught the virus after holding hands with the Marackians on their visit to France. It is being reported that Teacozy doesn't approve of Avigdor Lieberman being Israel's foreign minister. He'd rather have Tzipi "Giveitaway giveitaway giveitawaynow" Livni.

"I have always accepted Israeli foreign ministers, and I loved to have Tzipi Livni here at the Elysee, but with (Lieberman) I can't," he was reported as saying with a wave of his hand.
Teacozy's hot for Livni, Teacozy's hot for Livni! Ynet reports a Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying:

"France has meddled in another democracy's affairs. This is intolerable. We don’t plan on asking for clarifications from Paris, but rather intend to ignore the matter entirely. I am certain that if you ask Israel's citizens who they want in charge of appointing their foreign minister, the answer will not be the French."
No shit. I have an idea President Teacozy, let's replace you with a mound of moldy camembert wrapped in an unwashed sock. At least that would be more useful.

29 June 2009

Carter 2.0's Lipservice Moonwalk

Marack turned on his lip service machine on Friday to supposedly got harsh with Iran when he said:

"Their bravery in the face of brutality is a testament to their enduring pursuit of justice. The violence perpetrated against them is outrageous. In spite of the government's efforts to keep the world from bearing witness to that violence, we see it and we condemn it."

Condemn it? Ooo...Marack, you're so tough...such a fucking worthless piece of crap. When you open your mouth I feel like running to the nearest toilet so I can spew. The sight of your stupid face contaminates my soul. You are a self-absorbed cretin who would no doubt advocate eating the poor if you could get away with it. Oh, and by the way ass, the protesters are not pursuing justice (Caroline Glick is mind melding with me again, she thought the same thing, as you will read later...I wonder if she threw something at the TV too). They are fighting for their freedom from fascists like yourself you colostomy windbag.

Of course the media orgasmed with fury at your thoughtlessness, elegantly cloaked in mock concern...this one's for all the douchebags at the NBC (National Barack Channel), MSNBC (Multi-Shitheaded National Barack Channel), and ABC (All Barack Channel).

So, when I read his utterly worthless statement in the McPaper (USA Today) I wondered what contradictory spew would come flying out of his rectal mouth...something about not getting involved, or it's not our place to judge the legitimacy of other people's elections (especially when he got into office thanks to the DNC condoning and enabling his campaign's rampant registration, caucus, and voter fraud...'cause he's cool like that). Not surprisingly he sent his camp counselors to do the job for him: David Axelpimp and Susan Lice (unrelated to Kindasleezy Lice). In the face of the essentially confessed fraud, and the people of Iran calling the election illegitimate, Susan Lice basically said legitimacy is in the eye of the beholder:
"Legitimacy obviously is in the eyes of the people. And obviously the government's legitimacy has been called into question by the protests in the streets. But that's not the critical issue in terms of our dealings with Iran."
First Susan, let me disprespectfully say...go fuck yourself. We know the legitimacy of a corrupt regime that crushes democracy is not critical to you as you are part of an illegitimate regime that crushes democracy. As I've said before, Marack is more interested in rimming the mullahs than he is about freedom and democracy. The dissidents in Iran are going to learn exactly what the words "hope and change" mean in Marack speak: "Go fuck yourselves. I love mullahs."

Once again, let's turn OMV over to Caroline Glick:
"No, whether an America-hating regime is legitimate or not is completely insignificant to the White House. All the Obama administration wants to do is go back to its plan to appease the mullahs into reaching an agreement about their nuclear aspirations. And for some yet-to-be-explained reason, Obama and his associates believe they can make this regime -- which as recently as Friday called for the mass murder of its own citizens, and as recently as Saturday blamed the US for the Iranian people's decision to rise up against the mullahs -- reach such an agreement."
She then goes on to ask the same questions we in the Marack Resistance have been asking:
If Obama's foreign policy has already failed or is in the process of failing throughout the world, why is he refusing to reassess it? Why, with blood running through the streets of Iran, is he still interested in appeasing the mullahs? Why, with Venezuela threatening to invade Honduras for Zelaya, is he siding with Zelaya against Honduran democrats? Why, with the Palestinians refusing to accept the Jewish people's right to self-determination, is he seeking to expel some 500,000 Jews from their homes in the interest of appeasing the Palestinians? Why, with North Korea threatening to attack the US with ballistic missiles, is he refusing to order the USS John McCain to interdict the suspected North Korean missile ship it has been trailing for the past two weeks? Why, when the Sudanese government continues to sponsor the murder of Darfuris, is the administration claiming that the genocide in Darfur has ended?

The only reasonable answer to all of these questions is that far from being nonideological, Obama's foreign policy is the most ideologically driven since Carter's tenure in office. If when Obama came into office there was a question about whether he was a foreign policy pragmatist or an ideologue, his behavior in his first six months in office has dispelled all doubt. Obama is moved by a radical, anti-American ideology that motivates him to dismiss the importance of democracy and side with anti-American dictators against US allies.

Welcome to our world Caroline. Sucks doesn't it?

Read the whole column.

On the other side of the coin comes Reza Pahlavi, son of the last Shah of Iran. The father came to power in 1941 after Britain and the USSR invaded, deposing Reza's grandfather. The toppling of Iran's popular Prime Minister in the 50's with the help of the CIA is a well known story. Considering the past, it is hard as a cynical American to ascertain what motivates Reza Pahlavi to come forward. Is it concern for his fellow Iranians who are being gunned down in the streets, being hauled off by secret police in ambulances, taken outside the city limits and executed? I have to believe this is at least partially true. Only a heartless scumbag can watch what is happening in Iran and not be enraged. Does he hope to restore the line of monarchs that, until the deposition of his father, ruled Iran in a line of monarchical rule that dated back to the rule of Cyrus? Perhaps. But even he must know that his return would be symbolic. It is democracy that the people desire. Regardless, his speech is indeed a great contrast to the callous, thoughtless, and mullah sanctifying stance of the douche in the White House.

Even the son of a deposed ruler has more dignity than the First Poseur.

Send Lawyers, Guns, and Money

JPost has published testimony from sources in Iran regarding some of the methods being employed by the secret police against the protesters. If these sources are reliable, it's not pretty.
"The regime's agents have taken over the ambulances. Now whenever there are clashes, the hospital ambulances come to the scene. And instead of paramedics, plain-clothed agents [wearing white jackets] emerge and load up the people," one source said.
According to the same source, these ambulances have also been used to secretly transport the dead from earlier clashes and bury them.
"Many of the ambulances are leaving the city and coming back and then leaving the city again. It is obvious… The police, who guard [all exits leading out of the capital], let them pass without question after the driver waves at them…The regime is doing this to cover its bloody tracks."
As the Iranian authorities work to restore order, cameras and other monitoring equipment are being set up in on the main streets, especially Baharestan Square, the sources said.
Plain-clothes agents and special units have also been stationed in other parts of Teheran and are stopping people with injuries for questioning, to establish whether they were involved in protest rallies.
"My worker's son, who was beaten by the police a few days ago, had a bruise on his left cheek," said one source. "Today, when he was out on the streets, a plain-clothed government agent stopped him. The agent taunted him, asking him sarcastically whether he was heading to his next terrorist meeting. But the young man had the presence of mind to tell the agent that his father was angry with him and that the bruise on his face was from his father's hand."
A request to "the powers that be" on behalf of the rebellion in Iran: Send lawyers, guns, and money.

28 June 2009

Mahmoud the Mule, and Marack

A Lebanese newspaper, al-Mustaqbal is reporting that Dr. Assad used Mahmoud Abbas as a messenger boy to make requests of Marack Pajama. The good doctor wants four things for Christmas this year:

1) For the US to reinstate its ambassador to Damascus.

2) For it to take Syria off its terror watch list.

3) For the US-Syrian-Iraqi coordinating committee – tasked with supervising the Syrian-Iraqi border – to resume its activities.

57) For Marack to commit to and sponsor Damascus' peace talks with Jerusalem (which the Syrians are already saying are pointless...I agree).

The paper reports that Marack, upon hearing the requests, said he would consider them, "favorably."

Well, guess what? Marack has already made one of the doctor's dreams come true. The U.S. has already begun to comply with Syrian demands. It was announced last week that we are reopening our embassy in Damascus.

Just so we're clear...the United States is reopening its embassy in a country that sponsors terror regimes dedicated to the genocide of Israel's Jews, but won't move its embassy to Israel's capital of Jerusalem (every President since Jerusalem became Israel's capital has refused to do so...because the lot of them are spineless wussies).

What do you think will be the next Syrian request that Marack complies with? I'm guessing taking Syria off the terror watch list.

Joke of the Day

In a seemingly never ending quest for relevance, Syrian leaders are beating the drum of war, threatening to take the Golan Heights from Israel by force if the Israelis don't give it back. The Syrian Committee for the Liberation of the Golan said it will take "practical measures" to take the Golan back from Israel, whom they say is unwilling to commit national suicide by allowing Syria to once again border Lake Kineret, and have control of most of northern Israel's fresh water sources.

On Saturday the Committee dedicated a new communications center, in the presence of Syrian Resident Doctor, Bashar Assad, to report on, "...the despair of Syrian residents living in the occupied Golan, under the rule of the barbaric and racist state of Israel," this according to the Head Syrian Liar...I mean Information Minister, Mohsen Bilal. This would be the Druze people, who currently have issues regarding economic subsidy distribution, which has not been on par with Jewish municipalities in Israel under the current budget.

Druze leaders launched protests in Jerusalem, and met with Prime Minister Netanyahu. Subsequently, Netanyahu has ordered Interior Minister Eli Yishai, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and the Prime Minister's Office director-general, Eyal Gabai, to help the Druze local authorities solve their deficit problems. This must be barbaric racism the Syrians are bitching about. Or maybe it's that Golani Druze have a different status than Druze in Galilee, this is because they have largely not accepted Israeli citizenship. The majority retain their Syrian citizenship. As a result they are not conscripted into the army, though some volunteer. They are not considered citizens of Israel, but rather permanent residents. Still waiting for the barbarism.

Maybe the Syrians think the Druze are being forced to watch Barbarella, which I think might be a violation of the Geneva Conventions. But I think we can safely dismiss that as being entirely made up by me.

We can also safely say that the only reason Barbarella is not in the #1 or #2 slot for Stupidest Movie Ever is because both those slots are occupied by Kevin Costner's "The Postman" followed by "Waterworld."

Now I suppose that if Syria was serious about taking the Golan by force they could enlist the help of Hezbollah. Unlike the poorly managed campaign in 2006, I would imagine that everything from the southern border of Lebanon to the Litani River would be turned to a steaming pile of Stone Age. And the severity of the response against the Syrian military, what there is of it, would be devastating. So let's go back to reality...The Postman is the worst movie ever made.

Hostages, Mullah Style.

When the extremist whack jobs in Iran launched their coup they took hostages from the American embassy. Some thirty years later the game is apparently the same, only now the whack jobs are in charge. They don't "take hostages" now. They "make arrests."

It is being reported that 8 UK embassy employees have been arrested for allegedly playing a "significant role" in the protests. Ayatollah Khatami said on Friday:
"In this unrest, Britons have behaved very mischievously and it is fair to add the slogan of 'down with England' to the slogan of 'down with USA.'"
Britons are behaving mischievously? What, are they look up the mullahs robes with mirrors? Putting whoopie cushions on their chairs? The only thing Britain seems to be engaged in vis a vis Iran is a game of "kick out the diplomats." Iran kicks out 2 UK diplomats, so the UK kicks out 2 Iranian diplomats. Ooo...I'm quaking. What's next, a full blown smack fight?

In more Iranian news of the weird: the Iranian Guardian Council, in its infinite wisdom, has decided to recount 10% of the votes. I have no comment to that pile of stupid other than to say that perhaps these guys are wearing their turbans too tight, cutting the circulation off to their brains.

I once knew a guy who put his tefillin shel yad on too tight and he passed out...really. And we don't wear them all day. The Fraudian Council probably has those turbans on all day. I think we should commission a study.

It is also being reported that the US and UK are becoming increasingly vocal against the protests. The hills are alive with the sound of music?!? Mohammed, the Iranian protester whose interview on CNN I partially posted here, has an excellent idea: block exports of gasoline to Iran. If his assertion is correct that Iran imports 85% of its petrol, shut the country down. It's time the West took substantive steps to help the people of Iran bring kinesis to their attempt to overthrow the mullahs. How many of these kids have to "disappear" or be gunned down in the streets?

Oh wait...Marack kicked Iran out of the July 4th tea party. Everything's all better now. Go back to sleep.

26 June 2009


As part of the stream of videos being broadcast, there is a music video from an artist, Nazanin Afshin-Jam for her song titled "Someday," an anthemic call for the toppling of the mullah's theocracy in Iran. Turns out Afshin-Jam is a bit of a renaissance woman. Born in Iran in 1979, she is a model, actress, former Miss World Canada and Miss World 1st runner-up, pilot, and human rights activist. Go to her wikipedia page and read the section on "Activism and Awards." You will freak out, and wonder what you have to do to help get her elected the first President of a democratic Iranian republic, or perhaps the Secretary General of the UN (which perhaps would stop being so useless when headed by someone, a woman, who actually does something).

This is the new feminism I was talking about months ago, before everyone started blowing each other up again...women not fighting for their rights, but assuming the leadership, taking action, generating policy, and effecting change; not asking permission from the boys...just doing it.
Whatever progress is made by the Iranian people in the face of this burgeoning revolution whose birth we are witnessing, I hope for their sake that Afshin-Jam is a part of it.

25 June 2009

Iran Human Rights Reports: Evin Prison Cut Off From Outside

Iran Human Rights released the following report on June 21:

Iran Human Rights, June 21: Despites the warnings by the Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, thousands of pro-democracy Iranians went into the streets in Tehran and other Iranian cities today.

Demonstrators were met by thousands of security forces and paramilitary basidj militia.

According to sources in Iran more than 19 people were shot dead and several dozens wounded by the shots fired at the demonstrators.

Unofficial reports say that at least 150 people might have killed in todays Tehran demonstrations.

Some reports say that snipers shot people at the lower parts of the body and some of those wounded were taken away in basidj vans to undisclosed locations.

According to our reports, there have been protest demonstrations in other Iranian cities such as Shiraz and Isfahan.

Another disturbing report from "Human Rights Activists in Iran" said yesterday that the phone lines of Tehran’s Evin prison were cut off while many of those arrested last week were transferred to this prison.

Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, the spokesperson of Iran Human Rights asked the world community to show clear support for the pro-democracy movement in Iran and condemn the Iranian regimes use of violence against peaceful demonstrators.

He said: " World community must not recognize Ahmadinejad as the president and send clear warning against extensive use of violence against defenseless protestors who are demanding their legitimate rights"

I had not heard this news about Evin prison. I fear that the purges have begun. The West must intervene, even if they just help organize the leaders of the revolt and arm them. We've done it before for lesser causes, and evil men. If the West fails to help liberate Iran from the mullahs this blood is on their hands.

Just so we're clear: Marack won't interfere when lives are at stake, when innocent people are being gunned down in the street by their government. But Israel can't build homes on their land and can't keep her capital united.

Resign now you pathetic lying sack!

24 June 2009

"Her Name Was Neda": Rep. Thaddeus McCotter Stands Up For Iran

As the national embarrassment that is the Residency of Marack Pajama continues, Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter (R-MI) stands up in defense of the Iranian protesters, and shames the Resident for his impotent virtual silence on the events there, and the government's violent response.

Thank you Rep. McCotter!

Marack, you are a national disgrace and an international embarrassment. Resign now!

Her name was Neda. In Farsi, it means “the voice.” True to her name, she loved music; sought freedom; and she’s dead - shot down in the streets by the Iranian regime’s state sanctioned murderers. She must not have died in vain.
Today, Iranians and Americans face a generational chance for freedom - one that ensures a rogue regime’s implosion prevents a nuclear confrontation.

Regrettably, our president’s “post-American” foreign policy presumes talk can thaw the murderous mullahs’ hearts and attain a “grand bargain” for peace in our time; consequently, while Iranians demanded their freedom from a barbarous regime, the president vapidly opined: “It is up to Iranians to make decisions about who Iran’s leaders will be… We respect Iranian sovereignty.”

Then, as the crisis escalated, the president optimistically noted: “You’ve seen in Iran some initial reaction from the supreme leader that indicates he understands the Iranian people have deep concerns about the election… And my hope is - is that the Iranian people will make the right steps in order for them to be able to express their voices, to express their aspirations.”

Tragically, the supreme leader’s deep concern drove him to step on the throats of pro-democracy demonstrators, like Neda.
Next, on June 20th, the president stated, “The universal rights to assembly and free speech must be respected, and the United States stands with all who seek to exercise those rights.” It was painfully evident just how far behind them he stood: “The last thing that I want to do is to have the United States be a foil for those forces inside Iran who would love nothing better than to make this an argument about the United States.”

With these contradictory statements of support and appeasement, the president returned to square one: “The Iranian people will ultimately judge the actions of their own government. If the Iranian government seeks the respect of the international community, it must respect the dignity of its own people and govern through consent, not coercion.”
In truth, the Iranian people have already judged the regime and found it wonting. The supreme leader, his cleric cronies and their puppet government have never respected the dignity of the Iranian people or governed through consent. This is why the regime stole the election and shoots peaceful, pro-democracy demonstrators. Implying otherwise mocks the Iranians risking and losing their lives for liberty.

As for the claim that American “meddling” in support of the demonstrators plays into the mullahs’ hands, the Iranian regime will claim this regardless, for as our president noted, “That’s what they do.” Yet, what matters is not what the regime says about America, but what the demonstrators think about America. Presently, brave Iranians watch as our president still holds an open hand to the regime that opened fire on them…that opened fire on Neda. This is the passive, disastrous policy of Jimmy Carter that led to the rise of this rogue regime; not the courageous policy of Ronald Reagan that led to the demise of an evil empire.

The surest, safest termination of Iran’s nuclear weapons program and support of terrorism is to hasten this fanatical tyranny’s collapse by supporting its people’s liberty. Taking its rightful place amongst the community of free nations, a democratic Iran will necessarily realize and reverse the insanity of this terrorist regime’s homicidal obsession with nuclear weapons. Thus, for their liberty and our security, the United States and the world must do everything in our power to further the Iranian demonstrators’ sacred claim to freedom. We know Neda did.

Further, in the grand strategy of our War for Freedom over terrorism, how we aid pro-democracy Iranians’ will remind the world who we are - we are Americans: the revolutionary children of freedom who have lived and died defending our liberty and extending it to the enslaved and oppressed. We will do no less today in support of our Iranian brothers and sisters.

Today, Neda’s voice calls to our consciences and warns that the fate of Iranians’ liberty is entwined with the fate of Americans’ security. We must not miss this generational chance for freedom - again one that ensures a rogue regime’s implosion prevents a nuclear confrontation; and that Neda and all liberty’s martyrs shall not have died in vain. As Americans, we must seize this moment and help Iranians seize their freedom.

That’s what we do.

23 June 2009

Israel Is Not Carthage (and the United States Isn't Rome)

I read this late last night at JPost:
Jewish neighborhoods in east Jerusalem are included in the US demand that Israel halt "settlement" construction, including for natural growth, State Department spokesman Ian Kelly told The Jerusalem Post during a press briefing on Monday.

"We're talking about all settlement activity, yes, in the area across the line," he said, referring to neighborhoods in Jerusalem over the Green Line, or pre-1967 armistice line, in response to a question on where America's calls to halt construction in the settlements would be applied.
This latest clarification of the Marack administration's demands on Israel made me have a flashback...When I was in great big huge college, a long time ago in a galaxy far far away, I took one of those Roman history survey weedout courses. It was taught by Professor Nebbishwho'dratherbedoinganythingelse, which meant going to the library to find some stuff out for myself. I decided to look into a topic that got glossed over in my pre-collegiate courses: the Punic Wars and the fall of Carthage.

The three Punic Wars between Rome and Carthage spanned nearly 100 years. The second Punic War, made famous by Hannibal's crossing of the Alps, ended with Rome defeating Carthage and exacting seemingly painful reparations for the heavy losses inflicted on Rome by Hannibal's army on the Italian peninsula. Carthage was expected to pay a tribute to Rome for 50 years, and its army was reduced to nearly nothing, save what it required for defense of the city of Carthage itself. They could also not engage in military action without Rome's permission.

Much to Rome's surprise, and consternation, Carthage thrived. It's economy boomed since it was not preoccupied with Rome. This really pissed the Romans off, and made them worry that perhaps Carthage would rise again to spill more Roman blood. They decided to goad Carthage into a war.

They began by demanding 300 hostages comprised of children of noble Carthaginian families. Rather than go to war Carthage consented. But Rome came again, demanding that the city completely disarm. A staggering number of weapons, armor, catapults, anything used in defense of the city was turned over to Rome. Then Rome issued its final demand: The Carthaginians must abandon the city, and move it 10 miles inland so they could not access the sea. This was the final straw. War was declared.

The citizens of Carthage threw all their efforts into rebuilding their defenses and restocking their armories. Rome delayed attacking for some time. By the time the Romans laid siege to the city they had built up enough of their defenses to hold back the Roman onslaught for 3 years. Finally, the Romans breached the city and leveled it, killing or enslaving virtually the entire population.

Marack and his minions are making demands on Israel that are not too dissimilar. Cease construction in your towns, effectively forcing controlled family planning on those communities; withdraw to boundaries that cannot be defended and leave all your population centers open to rocket attack; and divide your capital in half, leaving control of your holiest place in the hands of an international body that has a history of open hostility toward you.

And while some could contend that Israel's demand for a demilitarized PA is not dissimilar either, keep in mind that no one in the PA is objecting to this idea because they are afraid of Israel taking unprovoked military action against it. They object because it would hinder their ability to attack Israel.

Many have conjectured that this course by Marack is to provoke a rift between Israel and the United States to serve his overriding mission to be #1 swell guy with the Arabs. Again, I have a much simpler theory: He just doesn't like Jews or the Jewish state.

Here's a newsflash Marack: Israel is not Carthage, and with you at the helm the United States sure as hell isn't Rome; at least not the Rome of its glory republic days...more like victim of incompetent, narcissistic emperors Rome.

BTW; if you're interested in a great synopsis of the Punic Wars, complete with references to great sources like Livy, Polybius, and Herodotus, check out Dan Carlin's 3 part episode of Hardcore History on the Punic Wars (Shows 21-23). You might want to pick up your Polybius all over again. But please, keep your Herodotus to yourselves. This is a family show.

Theocratic Audacity (UPDATE)

In his spin conference today, Marack was asked what the consequences should be for actions taken against the government so far (that would be the tear gassing, beatings, and killings part). Marack, limpwristed king of the wussies replied: ...the world is watching and Iran should understand how they handle the dissent generated internally will "help shape the tone" for Iran's future. When you read this blog you should just assume that my middle finger is always pointed at Marack.

In a move that is sure to inflame the people on the streets of Iran the mullahs, in what I can only see as an act of insanity, charged a family the equivolent of $3000 to repay the government for the bullet used to kill their son, Kaveh Alpur, who was shot in the head during the protests on Saturday. They were refusing to release his body until they paid the money. They finally released him however, when the family made it clear that they did not have that kind of money. The father, and Iran-Iraq war vet, was then told that he was not allowed to be buried inside the city. Kaveh's picture is now being displayed in the windows of businesses in the neighborhood in which he lived.

As I mentioned in the last post, public mourning has been banned. Mosques have been closed to funeral services. This decisiion comes in the wake of the killing of Neda Agha-Soltan, whose death has become an international symbol of the movement. The mullahs, aware of the status her slaying has achieved, do not want her funeral, or any others, to become a focal point for the protests. In 1979, funerals became rallying points that helped turn protests into full scale revolution.

Yeah, charging families for the bullets you killed their kids with, and preventing them from holding funerals...that won't piss anyone off. Personally, I think the mullahs have soiled their robes over this.

And speaking of audacity, read Caroline Glick's latest on the media's continuing Marack sycophantism, and the real "Obama Effect."

Syria's Getting Tense (UPDATE)

UPDATE: The Iranian Guardian Council rejected annulling the election results. The public mourning of protesters has been banned. Live rounds are being fired to disperse crowds. And a stadium is being occupied by the military, which sound to me like they are preparing for mass incarcerations or worse. Looks like they're going to try and break the protests and not look back. WHERE IS THE WEST?!?

So while we've all been watching the events unfold in Iran, what of the regime's satellites of love? Personally, I'm thinking Dr. Assad and the Bathists (feel free to steal that name for your band, but when you make it big be sure you mention that you got the name from Shtuey) are evacuating in their britches. Let's face it, since the fall of the USSR, Iran has been their principle patron. If the theocrats wind up hanging from the gallows that sorta leaves Syria in the lurch doesn't it?

Just read what Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem said on Monday:
"Gambling on the fall of the Iranian regime is a sure loss. The Iranian people realized their right to vote at the ballot box. They must not express their desire to save lives in Iran by inciting demonstrations."

Walid, you must shove it up your ass. The elections there are a sham, and the only rights they have are to obey the regime, not unlike your little corner of hell. So again, kindly shove it up your ass. Without Iran behind you, just how long do you think you would last?

The statement, coming the same day as an intensified crackdown on the protesters, with increased arrests, and the break up of even small groups of people on the street, underscores the position the regime sees itself in. We are coming to the zenith of this event. Will the protesters break under the violent pressure, or will they march on? Increased support from the West, in line with PM Netanyahu, will be a big help.

And the mullahs in Iran are starting to sweat. The Iranian Guardian Council admitted that there were voting irregularities...almost Marack style:
"Statistics provided by the candidates, who claim more than 100% of those eligible cast their ballot in 80-170 cities are not accurate - the incident happened in only 50 cities."

[See? It was only 50 cities...what's everyone getting so bent out of shape about?]

Council spokesmen said that it had not yet been determined whether adjustments would change the outcome of the "election." In other words, the mullahs don't know what the hell is happening. If they can break the protesters Igogettajob stays. If not they will try to placate them with a Mousavi win, that is if the protest hasn't turned to full scale rebellion by the time they get around to making up their minds. Now that we Mohammed's testimony, it's put up or shut up time for the West.

The worthless scud Marack is of course still doing nothing. He probably has the TOTUS working on a somber speech mourning the dead protesters and calling for reconciliation among the theocrats. If Carter 2.0 continues to sit this out, the best chance in 30 years of overthrowing the mullahs, I would hope that expatriated Iranians never give him a moment's peace until he is driven out of the White House in disgrace. He is a national embarrassment.

22 June 2009

Signs and Rumors

In a possible indication that the Khamenei camp is preparing to make concessions, the daughter of Akbar Rafsanjani, was freed today. Four more of his relatives were released from custody as well. They had been picked up from protests on Saturday. It is a long standing tradition in the region, going back to ancient times, that members of political families would be taken as hostages, or for ransom, to keep the opposition in line. The fact that they were released may be evidence that the Khamenei faction is crumbling under the pressure. One obstacle may be ready to fall. The release could also be evidence of a deal between the factions, a circling of the wagons, realizing that what is happening on the street is no longer about replacing Igogettajob with Mousavi, but with tearing down the theocracy entirely.

Today, Israel Matsav republished the text of an interview from CNN with a student named Mohammed (read it all here), the best evidence yet out of Iran that my assertions about the nature of the protest movement are correct. This is a freedom movement, not about replacing one mullah with another (which Schlussel is still tearing her hair out over...I think she's off her meds, or just not paying attention because she hates Muslims that much. Either way I hope she publishes a picture of her bald head after all the hair is gone).

I don't typically do reposts like this, but this testimony is stirring. Marack talked about reaching out to the Islamic world. Here is our best chance to take on something moving beyond theocracy, and Marack is doing nothing...quelle surprise! Pay attention Debbie, if you can deflate your ego long enough to stop thinking you and Mossad are on the same page, and hear and see what is happening. And, if you're going to stick to your obtuse guns, you might want to openly call Netanyahu an idiot since he's called this a freedom movement as well.
Let me tell you something. For about three decades our nation has been humiliated and insulted by this regime. Now Iranians are united again one more time after 1979 Revolution. We are a peaceful nation. We don’t hate anybody. We want to be an active member of the international community. We don’t want to be isolated… We don’t deny the Holocaust. We do accept Israel’s rights. And actually, we want — we want severe reform on this structure. This structure is not going to be tolerated by the majority of Iranians. We need severe reform, as much as possible.


Americans, European Union, international community, this government is not definitely — is definitely not elected by the majority of Iranians. So it’s illegal. Do not recognize it. Stop trading with them. Impose much more sanctions against them. My message…to the international community, especially I’m addressing President Obama directly – how can a government that doesn’t recognize its people’s rights and represses them brutally and mercilessly have nuclear activities? This government is a huge threat to global peace. Will a wise man give a sharp dagger to an insane person? We need your help international community. Don’t leave us alone.


More than 85% of Iran’s gasoline is imported from foreign countries. I think international communities must sanction exporting gasoline to Iran and that might shut down the government.
Unfortunately Mohammed, the resident of the United States has so far committed to waiting for the regime you are fighting to break your movement and leave you all for dead. You are far better off appealing to Prime Minister Netanyahu, who has recognized your movement for what it is. What our Dear Leader will most likely do is sit on sidelines until either the government breaks your movement, or it is near achieving success. Then he'll either step in and condemn the regime for killing you, or take credit for leading the movement as if it was all his idea.

Like I said, appeal to Israel. Netanyahu wants to help you. Chazak chazak!

21 June 2009

Yes Neda, There Is A Leader of the Free World

Well, it didn't take long for Bibi to take Caroline Glick's advice. On Beat the Stress this morning he stood up in support of the protesters, referring to the protests as a "freedom movement," seeing through to the truth of this thing. The people of Iran are not taking bullets to simply replace one mullah's power structure with another. They want the mullahs gone.

Behind the scenes it's Rafsanjani vs Khamenei. On the streets it's the people vs the mullahs. Bill Levinson at Israpundit has presented the fulcrum that could pivot the lever that enacts the power of the protesters, who are now really starting to understand their strength.

Do not underestimate the power that is conveyed to them through the broadcasting of their videos, photos, and stories. It is building their confidence, which has received an incredible boost from Bibi, the first world leader to point out that this is not simply about the election, that it is about breaking the power of the theocracy. I would imagine his words are being broadcast into Iran via Farsi Israel radio.

For an excellent analysis as to the regime's fleeting options go on over and see what the Sultan of Knish has to say.

As for me, I have been saying since his initial meeting with Marack that Bibi is the world leader against Obamanism (don't let the complimentary language fool you...notice that he doesn't actually give support to Marack's response, or lack of response). When he continued to resist White House pressure, asserted his position on Israel's history and security in the face of Marack's appeasement of jihadism at Cairo I called him the Leader of the Free World. His endorsement of the protesters in Iran cements his position. Marack is sitting on the fence as usual, still hoping he gets the chance to go to lovers' lane with Igogettajob. Bibi is off the fence standing for freedom.

H/T to Israel Matsav via Atlas for the video. Getting up before noon on a Sunday to watch David Chucklehead pretend to be a journalist is not on my agenda.

A leader of a democracy is almost morally bound to stand in solidarity with those fighting for their freedom, facing bullets, tear gas, and chemicals. At least there is one person on the world stage not acting like a weather vane. Leader of the Free World people.

If you watch the latest video feed from the livefeed screen at the top of the blog you will see footage of protesters who commandeered riot shields and clubs from the police. I've seen footage of police running from them. I think the tipping point is fast approaching. Everything is far too fluid to predict final outcomes. But I think it's safe to say that Iran is not going to be the same, for better or worse.

Aw...Marack Is Sad About the JPost Poll

Let's have a pity party for Pampers. He's so sad about the JPost poll indicating that only 6% of Israelis think his policies are pro-Israel. In response, the Soup released his kapos to let us know what a big friend of Israel Marack really is, and that those Israelis are just so "fickle." The Narcissist in Chief is so predictable.

Ira Forman of the National Jewish Democratic Council (aka the National Council of Jewish Democrats Whose Lips Are Permanently Fused to Marack's Hind Quarters) insists that Marack is "a great friend to Israel."

If you go to the NCJDWLAPFMHQ website (which can only be described as sickeningly pathetic and/or treif) they have a page to set the record straight about Marack's deep and abiding love of the Jewish state. Among the Netanyahu quotes saying how great Marack is (which we all know he said out of political correctness, all the more pathetic that they are used to try and convince us that Marack really cares) is a small section called, "Obama is a true friend of Israel," with a disclaimer and his little tag line from the Cairo speech:
Obama has been a strong supporter of Israel and the U.S.-Israel relationship throughout his campaign and presidency.
“America’s strong bonds with Israel are well known. This bond is unbreakable. It is based upon cultural and historical ties.”
Funny, that's just what National Security Spokesman, and notorious literary detective, Mike Hammer said in response to the poll, quoting the line like a good little Marack parrot. They are gonna trot out that line a lot over the next three years so get used to it. They'll bust it out on special occasions, like Marack demanding Israel divide Jerusalem and stuff.

The page also sets the record straight on Marack's stance on the settlements:
Obama’s critics seem to have a very short-term memory and forget that U.S. policy on settlements has essentially not changed from the previous George W. Bush administration. [Those critics happen to include members of the Israeli government like Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who recently shoved the Shrub agreements in Secretary Clinton's face while she continued to pretend they don't exist, and Prime Minister Netanyahu himself, whom the NCJDWLAPFMHQ quotes on the same page, praising the Soup as being such a great friend of Israel.]
It then goes on to quote the Forward from 2003. You want to talk about memory loss?
The letters and negotiated agreements with the Bush administration happened in 2004 you idiots. Here's a little tidbit for you. There are 178 Jewish Nobel Laureates. We're not stupid (despite the number of hypnotized Jews that voted for the schmuck). The 2003 quotes indicate to me that the Pajama game admits the agreements exist and they're just pretending they don't. It's essentially an admission of guilt. Notice there is no quote from former Shrub ambassador to Israel, and now Marack kapo, Dan Kurtzer whom they trotted out last week to refute Elliot Abrams by essentially calling him a liar liar pants on fire. I guess that boat isn't holding water either. Whoops!

Forman also said:
"I have no doubt that Israelis will remember Barack Obama and his presidency as one that was tremendously favorable to Israel when all is said and done."
In response, I say I have no doubt that Forman is a kapo whose nose smells like Marack's baby powdered tushy.

DNC kapo Matt Dorf, who helped hypnotize Jews with the kool-aid during the election, says he doesn't trust the poll because JPost, "...has not been friendly towards Obama." Israel is being pushed by a jihadi sympathizing President into committing national suicide, but we're supposed to feel bad because supposedly the Post doesn't like Marack? Oh, brother.

Waaaaaaaah! Waaaaaaaaaah! JPost is mean to Marack! Can you believe this crap? I mean Shrub was a simpleton, but Marack is just a big whining baby.

Dorf then said, and this is just precious:
"...among those who know him best he enjoys tremendous support and we trust him when it comes to Israel and Israel's security."
The Marack administration must have some kind of goyishe succubus that sucks the souls and common sense out of Jews. How else can you explain the fact that someone actually made that comment in public? Maybe Dorf was dropped on his head as an infant. Dorf then went on to site a poll from George Soros created and funded J Street that indicated that 73% of AMERICAN Jews like Marack.

Um...assface...uh...the JPost poll was a survey of ISRAELIS you sycophantic asshole! So Dorf, let me get this straight. You don't trust the JPost poll, but we're supposed to believe J Street, a fake lobby that was created to serve as the Marack administration's propaganda foil to AIPAC? I am hereby revoking your Jew card. Get thee gone and go eat a Turkey sandwich on white with mayo please.

The upside of all of this is that negative poll numbers are more likely to get Marack to back off Israel than sense, or the rational thought that standing by an ally against genocidal maniacs is in fact a good idea.

I wonder what would happen if a poll came out that said the majority of Americans want Marack to go shove it up his ass and resign?

20 June 2009

"This Will Kill That." Intellectual Abuse and the Iran Protests

Ah, the internet. It's a beautiful thing, opening lines of communication, facilitating debate, fueling social and political movements. Granted, the internet has not yet, with a few notable exceptions like WITNESS, demonstrated that it has the capacity to shift human development with the earth shattering impact of Johannes Gutenberg's moveable type and mechanical printing press (clearly the potential is there), but it is proving useful, albeit woefully underutilized in the capacities I mentioned above (the video feed above, and other internet outlets serving as conduits between the protesters in Iran and the outside world, this revolt in Iran may be the beginning of the fulfillment of the internet's true potential). The down side is that any dingdong with an opinion now has a forum on which to stand and pontificate, declaring their absolute truths.

I count myself among them.

Don't get me wrong, I'm all about people expressing themselves. It is also my hope that we bloggers and podcasters will take our place as the new media that fully supplants and erases the current fourth estate, which is comprised entirely of corporate media whores who will tell whatever story their pimps order them to tell. Truth is not a commodity that is valued in their realm. The only purpose of the MSM for me is that it can serve as a jumping off point for looking at a story more deeply, and immediately eliminating the lie angles.

Shtuey's First Law of Media Perception: If it's coming out of the mouth of an MSM talking head assume it is a lie.

The problem with the blogosphere is obvious. Bloggers have a tendency to pass off opinion as fact without presenting research to back them up, and often basing these opinions on the very pimps and whores that you and I all know are big fat liars, or worse, are producing analysis of international events out of their own heads, based on the memes of their own political agenda. All too often these bloggers are operating without background, or facts, and are merely reacting like the same knee jerkers dominating the airwaves, taking their marching orders from the likes of Daily Krap or an Axelrove or Karlrod.

The revolt in Iran is a perfect example.

First, it must be accepted that what is going on there is in fact a legitimate revolt. What began as a demand for free elections between two mullah backed shills has turned into the call for the ousting of Ayatollah Khameini, the destruction of the secret police, reforming of the Iranian constitution, and a breaking down of the socioreligious dictums that have been choking off free expression in Iran. Anyone who fails to see this, well, you're operating at a level of stupid that may be too hard to fix.

Young men and women are dancing together in the streets. They are holding hands. They are dancing to pop music. While this seems like a matter of course in America and elsewhere, it is forbidden in Iran. Young women are in the streets screaming to be able to literally let their hair down. But so many are reading the tea leaves wrong. Here are three examples I found strolling through the internet while researching this story.

Let's start with Debbie Schlussel, who made a splash with stories exposing radical Islam in America, but when it comes to the events in Iran, she has clearly made up her mind about the situation. Rather than take a good look at how the events there are unfolding, she dips into her well of hate and presents this:
I said this last week, and I repeat it now: Mir-Hossein Mousavi is an extremist with nicer language. He's no different from Ahmadinejad, and no better. As I noted last week, if anything, he's worse because Moussavi is Ahmadinejad with lipstick on. He doesn't say what he thinks, whereas Ahmadinejad does and makes it much harder to negotiate with. This is the same old dynamic in the Middle East over and over again.

But ignorant fools with zero critical thinking skills--who prefer slogans and gushing over "democracy" over reality--continue to go with the "Iranians uprising for freedom" false narrative.

Her next post is even better:
One other thing I need to add to all of you stupid, clueless people all over the American right and left and the rest of the West who are putting green icons on your website, your facebook and twitter pictures, etc.:

I'm laughing at you, along with the Islamic world. You've voluntarily colored yourself with allegiance to them. It would be hilarious, if it wasn't so sad and boneheaded. By projecting "democracy," "freedom," and a "free Iran" onto Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who reflects none of these and taking up his green stuff, you're actually saying you are with the Muslim world. That's what green means, but apparently you don't know . . . and more importantly, don't care.
Newsflash Debbie: Mousavi is quickly becoming a moot point. People are putting those symbols on their websites because they don't know what else to do. They are probably too young to remember watching George HW Assface sit on his thumb and spin while the PROC gunned down students in Tiennamen Square. They probably still think this country should stand for something, and speak out when people are being gunned down by the government that has them in chains. But Tiennanmen Square was just another false narrative protest, right Debbie?

Debbie hates Muslims so much (there are really no reasons for a Jew to appreciate anything Islam offers as much of it is predicated on killing us) that she is not even paying attention to what is happening on the streets in Iran. This movement stopped being about Mousavi a few days ago. But she's so busy foaming at the mouth that she doesn't see it. Mousavi is still a focal point because the youth of Iran are conditioned into watching what they must say, but the undercurrent of changing the regime is coming to the fore, and quickly. And here's another point that Schlussel is missing in her grand mal seizure, really this has never been about Mousavi.

The people in Iran must actually believe in democracy. They voted, but did not get the result that should have been had the votes been counted and the elections fair. The fact that both candidates are puppets is a completely separate issue. The people took to the streets because they want their votes to count. Nah, let's not support that notion. That's just crazy talk, right Debbie? Of course, when our elections are stolen by corrupt ass faces Americans just sit back and watch cable. Hooray! Seems like everyone else in the world is more keen on sticking their necks out for freedom than we are. Remember the Orange Revolution, Tiennanmen Square, the Cedar Revolution? People put their lives on the line against far more overtly oppressive regimes than ours. We like to scratch our rears. The closest we got was the tea parties and we couldn't even sustain that more than a day. How long has this been going on in Iran? We are short attention span theater.

Wake up!

Elections in America are no more free than they are in Iran. The landed interests pick the candidates, both of whom represent the same agenda. The only difference is the list of beneficiaries who receive our stolen tax dollars, whose ass is going to be kissed on the world stage, and who is going to be cursed. Marack chooses to kiss Muslim ass and curse Israel. Bush chose to kiss OPEC ass and tie Israel's hands. But Schlussel blindly follows the Republican Party which is historically very much responsible for strengthening the very Islamic regimes she rails against, right along with the Democrap Party. But being a rabid ideologue partisan she can't see that. It's Republicans good and liberals bad in Debbie land.


The United States is directly responsible for there being an Islamic theocracy in power in Iran in the first place. Unfortunately, Schlussel's partisan myopia makes her blind to this while she rails against those who support the Iranian protesters.

Is it foolish to back a movement that wants to replace one mullah puppet with another? Yes. But that is not what is happening in Iran, and Ms. Schlussel will have blood on her hands too if the government begins openly massacring these people, which is most likely going to be what happens if foreign heads of state do not start speaking out. What will also happen is that the best hope of bringing Iran to the tipping point of dismantling the theocracy will be lost, and will most likely not come again. If you think the repression of Iranian society is bad now, just wait until this is all over.

She is also forgetting that liberals already back Hamas against Israel. She can't seem to keep all this straight.

Take a look in the mirror Debbie. You have seen the sheep, and it is you.

Remember your Archimedes. With the proper lever and placed fulcrum, you can move anything. Not applying a lever to the Iranian street is just plain stupid. These protests that you call fake are being put down with very real bullets, and real people are shedding real blood and are really dying. There is nothing faux about that. Pull your head out of your ass. If you're going to let your hate of Islam blind you to what is really happening, and what could actually be accomplished in Iran, then you should stop writing on this issue because you look like an idiot, like our next entrant in obtuseness: Wonkette.

Wonkette is a liberal zombie blog that divides issues into black and white along liberal zombie lines. While railing against Bill Krystol, whom the blog sees as a rabid Jew lover manipulating American foreign policy to do Israel's bidding (how very original), and his stance on Marack's immoral silence on Iran, Jim Newell writes this little gem of stupid:
Jesus, who knows? Maybe if the “dissidents” actually declare war on the government and organize themselves into a formidable opponent seeking Western alliances, then Obama could say, “Yeah sure, go for it fellas.” Or maybe not. Foreign policy is very hard! But it’s not unreasonable to suggest that publicly siding with those protesters in a big, bold way and renouncing the “sham government” would (a) get all of those protesters labeled as American spies somehow and slaughtered en masse and (b) screw up potential U.S.-Iran negotiations in the future.
I have news for you. If the world does not stand up and find a way to move the lever those people are dead, whether they are labeled American spies or not. These are walking dead people if this movement fails. As far as screwing up potential U.S.-Iran negotiations, since you are not aware, the Khameini government thinks Marack is an evil, lying sack of shit and has already laughed his skinny ass away. There are not going to be any negotiations, unless Marack decides to work to strengthen their regime, and further support their nuclear ambitions, which is exactly what he's doing. But I suppose an enemy of Israel is your friend.

One can help bring reform to Iran without invading it. Again, we're the reason the mullahs run Iran, and we never invaded.

This is what I'm talking about. Wonkletteletubby isn't even dealing with facts, just the object of hate for Krystal. Personally, I think they may want to abuse him sexually in some liberal zombie cult ritual.

But it's all okay now. They support our government standing up for the protesters in a completely useless gesture like House Resolution 60, as long as they can put down Ron Paul (I do agree with them that he is an idiot; you don't get Al-Qaida off your back by complying with their demands). Yes, let's give the Iranian people a lip service resolution, that oughta help.

The last entrant in the parade of What the Hell Are You Talking About? is this little bit from a blog called The League of Ordinary Gentlemen. Keep your shields up, lest the stupid rub off on you:
In short, I think Obama’s public stance will have little impact on events in Iran. I suspect he knows this, and that the real reason behind his approach is a desire to preserve open lines of communication to Ahmadinejad et. al. This strikes me as a perfectly sensible idea because the protesters are very unlikely to succeed, but I can only imagine the outcry from certain quarters if the president came out and said something to the effect of “Look, the demonstrations aren’t going to work, and — like it or not — we’re going to have to negotiate with Ahmadinejad after he restores order.”
As I said, I think this is a perfectly sensible approach. But saying so out loud seems absolutely verboten.
No, saying so out loud isn't verboten, it's just fucking stupid. Yes, let's let the protesters piss in the wind because, well, they're not going to succeed, and we sure wouldn't want to make Igogettajob mad because Marack is this close to getting him to like us and abandon Iran's nuclear ambitions. Clearly your sphincter is cutting off the circulation to your brain.

Since the author has not one fucking clue as to how things work over there, let me explain it. Restoring order means torturing and killing the protesters, and their families. It's like the rule of ancient warfare. When a foreign power defeated its enemy it usually laid waste to the city, killing the men, raping and enslaving the women, burning the city and pissing on the ashes. It will be much the same in Iran. If the government massacres these students there should NO negotiations with Iran on any subject.

Don't you love how the lives of these people are so blithely dismissed? Just so we're clear: if the protests are broken a lot of people are going to die. A lot.

The protesters are not likely to succeed...

Don't you just want to slap people sometimes?

We are surrounded by blowhards, zombies, and appeasers. Where is the middle path?

If the revolt fails, and the streets of Iran run red with blood, how many will flock to the condemn Iran banner, when the West will have just as much blood on its hands? If those kids die it will be for one reason and one reason only; because, as usual, the west is more interested in oil and natural gas than freedom; the same reason Marack wants to break Israel (and because he's a jihadi sympathizer).

The path is made that much harder by obtuse dingdong ideologues passing off their opinion as fact.

I don't know whether this movement can bring down the mullahs or not. I do know that without the West standing up it will be a lot harder, if not impossible, to make it happen, and a lot of young Iranians are going to end up dead. How would you feel if you put your life on the line and the world sat back and watched while your compatriots were slaughtered in the streets. Not too fucking happy I would imagine.

A letter from someone involved in the protests was published at JPost. As usual, decide for yourselves what's right, and what you think should be done, not what I or anyone else tells you. That is power.

19 June 2009

The Guardian of Zion Strikes Again

Whenever I begin to doubt the power of the collective unconscious, I merely have to read Caroline Glick. Sometimes I think that she is probing my mind while I sleep. Case in point, Glick's latest column arguing that the Netanyahu government should be the first to back the anti-government protestors in Iran.

Let me say that it is disgraceful that we ourselves are not in the streets pissing nails that Marack and his cast of idiots are sitting around with their thumbs jammed up their collective rear while Iranian blood is being shed in the name of democracy. Marack wants to get in bed with the mullahs so badly that he is missing an opportunity to help bring Iran to a tipping point that could bring down the theocracy that Glick correctly describes as "one of the most heinous regimes on the face of the earth," which it is beyond doubt, which raises in even sharper relief the question of why Marack is so willing to kiss their ass.

The Iranian government is guilty of the same actions for which he points at the Shrub administration shouting, "J'accuse!" only to the extreme; the torturing and immoral incarceration of citizens, and worse. Marack loses the false veneer of his supposed moral superiority as the death toll climbs, and the days tick by.

Netanyahu, who is on the receiving end of the same j'accusing finger, should be standing up in league with the protestors. He has nothing to lose. The Iranian public does not possess the vehement Jew hate espoused by the mullahs and rabid mouth piece Igogettajob. In fact, as Glick correctly points out, the Farsi broadcast of Israel radio is widely listened to in Iran. To have the backing of the only real democracy in the region would be a shot in the arm to the protestors who, at the moment, are wholly and totally friendless in the international community. Let us remember that the EU has also been silent, most likely too paranoid of retribution from the jihadists in their midst, continuing Europe's post-WWII tradition of cowardice in the face of totalitarianism. In fact, the only thing the EU seems to have the balls to do, like Marack, is condemn Israel...quelle surprise.

I have argued here that Netanyahu, in being the only head of a legitimate democracy standing up to Marack's totalitarianism, is the leader of the free world. This position would be cemented by his supporting of the anti-government protestors.

Glick writes:
"...Israel would stand to gain politically in a number of ways. First and foremost, it would be doing the right thing morally and so would earn the respect of millions of people throughout the world who are dismayed at their own governments' silence in the face of the brave Iranian protesters risking their lives for freedom.

"Moreover, by acting as the loudest and first democratic champion of the protesters, Israel would catapult itself to the forefront of the campaign for democracy in the Muslim world. Doing so would make it far easier for Israel's representatives throughout the world to defend against false accusations by self-described human rights organizations that Israel is a human rights abuser.


"Were Netanyahu to explain that the same mullahs who seek to disenfranchise and repress the Iranian people seek to destroy Israel with nuclear bombs; were he to call for Iran to stop financing Hamas and Hizbullah terrorists who are reportedly now deployed in Iran to brutalize the protesters, and instead invest in the Iranian economy for the benefit of Iran's people, he would be sending a message that already resonates with the people of Iran.

"Finally, Israeli outreach to the Iranian people now struggling to overthrow the regime would expose the Obama administration's effective support for the mullahs against their people in all its absurdity and moral blindness. What's more, the administration would be unable to launch a counterattack. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Obama would be in no position to attack Israel for supporting Iranian dissidents demanding freedom. And their stammering reaction would make their attacks against Jewish building in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria look ever more ridiculous."
Yes, yes yes! I have nothing to add, except for the fact that anyone on this planet that perceives that Marack holds any moral authority must be as morally bankrupt as he has shown himself to be over the past year.

In spite of the insanity that we are living through, it is comforting, at least it is to me, that someone halfway around the world is thinking what I'm thinking so much of the time.

For his part, Marack is concerned about Ali Khameini's "tenor and tone." Apparently Marack is organizing a chorus of tyrants and Khameini can't carry a tune. What did the Obamaborgs see in this asshat.

May the peace of the Sabbath be upon you dear readers. Shabbat Shalom.

18 June 2009

Marack Is In The Soup With Israelis

What's that sound? Is it a falling bomb? A flying sheep plummeting out of a tree? Nope, it's Marack's poll numbers with the Israeli public. Seems the Changeling is rapidly falling out of favor with Israelis who are, once again, demonstrating a far greater degree of political savvy than dumbass Americans who would vote for a badger if it promised them free cable.

According to recently released poll numbers, only 6% of those polled think Marack is pro-Israel. Fifty percent think his policies are more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israeli, while 36% think they are neutral, and 8% did not give an opinion.

On the eve of Bibi's meeting with king Fraud 31% thought Marack's policies were pro-Israel while only 14% considered them pro-Palestinian. Wow, a 25 point drop in a month! Well, my mom has always said that if you should excel at what you do. Marack excels at pissing off Israelis, and there doesn't seem to be any let up.

In light of the fact that Hamas is actively aiding the Iranian mullacracy put down anti-government protests, and their latest vocalization that they refuse to recognize Israel, despite the Jimmy Carter rim job they got this week, the Pajama Game, as noted at Israel Matsav is now pressuring Israel again with the Gaza crossings, which Israel is keeping closed with the exception of humanitarian aid, in an effort to pressure Hamas to release Gilad Shalit, who is facing his third anniversary in captivity (Jimmy must really hate the Jews to have shit rubbed in his face by Hamas but still smile and say, "Gee you guys are swell.").

The release of Shalit has not been tied to any conditions for Hamas to receive US aid, or made any kind of demand that he be released. This administration has not a care for the lives of Jews, and it's about time that Jews worldwide woke up and realized it. In fact, the flagrant lack of morality displayed by this administration is starting to make Dick Cheney look like a Peace Prize nominee. I point again to the silence on Iran, the lack of condemnation of Hamas for supporting the violent actions against the Iranian people, and lack of American response to the Iranian public's obvious thirst for democracy.

Isn't this what we've wanted all these years? Haven't we wanted the youth of Iran to rise up and demand their freedom from the religious autocrats who arrested and killed their parents when the theocracy took power? Marack, Clinton, and Mitchell condemn Israel for taking the only actions, apart from military options, they can to secure their kidnapped soldier and the response from the US is, "Go fuck yourselves," but Hamas can kill Iranians in the streets and that's cool?!? I know it must seem like I'm beating a dead horse here, but really...WHAT THE FUCK?

For the doubters out there who still refuse to see it, I think it's safe to say that Marack supports Jihadism over democracy. There is no contrary evidence anyone can point to that refutes this.

At this point Bibi has nothing to lose. In light of the continued Arab rejection of the establishing of a Palestinian state and recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, and the Marack administration's insistence that it need not honor previous agreements between Israel and the Shrub administration, the Israeli government should make a formal statement that it is no longer going to be held, nor be party to any prior agreements i.e. Oslo, the roadmap etc.

Honestly, I think that it may take Marack banning the sale of Hebrew National hotdogs to get American Jews to wise up like the Israelis have.

Poor Dhimmi...The Cycle of Rejection Is Complete

Hamas, though full of praise for the obtuse peanut farmer, rejected his call to accept Israel. Ahmed Yousef announced that:
"The visit has not led to a significant change. Hamas finds the conditions unacceptable, he said. Recognizing Israel is completely unacceptable."
And so the Arab cycle of rejection is complete. There will not be an Arab state between the Jordan and the Mediterranean. And Carter is still an idiot. I wonder what he thinks of Hamas now? And being such a fair elections advocate, I wonder what he thinks of Hamas agents assisting the mullahs in putting down the current riots. Probably the same as Marack's:

17 June 2009

New and Improved Quibbles 'n' Bits

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman paid a visit to the United States, meeting with his counterpart, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In no uncertain terms he made it clear that Israel has no intention of halting construction in established settlements in Judea and Samaria.
"We cannot accept this vision absolutely, completely freezing these settlements. I think we must keep natural growth."
Serving as the Marack administration's foreign policy parrot, Hillary reiterated that they want a complete freeze.

Are you people deaf? Really...ARE YOU DEAF??? Israel, a sovereign nation, has told you, from its low level envoys, up to the Prime Minister, that this construction is not going to stop. I think it bears repeating that the Pajama administration's policy of not dictating policy to sovereign nations does not apply to Israel. Which is why my reaction to Clinton's statement that:

"Our commitment to Israel's security is and will remain a cornerstone of our foreign policy."


All indications are that the Marack Administration's policy is that Israel should withdraw to the 1949 ceasefire lines, relinquish control of East Jerusalem, evacuate the settlements, and accept UN control of the Temple Mount. That is a policy guaranteeing no security for Israel whatsoever. Hillary, the rules for the new game have been spoken by Israel's Prime Minister. You ought to let your deaf mute boss know.

The new bit in the settlement quibbling comes in the form of an article written by former Shrub II ambassador to Israel, Daniel Kurtzer. Kurtzer contends that there was no agreement, oral or otherwise. He writes that despite letters between Shrub and Sharon and between NSC advisor Rice and Dov Weisglass, as well as negotiations led by Elliot Abrams, the Deputy National Security advisor in which Weisglass was involved, there was no agreement or understanding of any kind. Abrams (who was actually in the room) wrote that the understanding was established. So Kurtzer, who backed Marack in the 2008 election, and probably insulates his house with Soros money, is calling Abrams and Weisglass liars.

Just so we're clear; the Deputy National Security Advisor, who was in the room conducting the negotiations on the settlement issue with Ariel Sharon's government, including Dov Weisglass, says there was an understanding between the two governments that construction could continue in established settlements, as long as no additional land was acquired, and no financial incentives were being given to move there. The former Shrub ambassador to Israel, who was not in the room, and who backed Marack says this isn't true.

Hmm...whom to believe. The Pajama shill, or the former Shrub administration official who led the negotiations?

This is the contradictory evidence Hillary has been keeping up her sleeve? This administration should resign out of sheer embarrassment.

But in spite of White House posturing, the so-called "natural growth" construction will continue. The White House will cave. The Pajama Amateur Hour thought it could push Israel on the settlement issue because their take is that large numbers of American Jews are against the building of settlements. That may be true, but what their analysis failed to take into account was that when Marack went to Cairo, and so flagrantly threw Israel under the bus, American Jews would start turning against him, regardless of their feelings on the settlement issue, which is exactly what's happening. Whoops!

Indications are continuing to show that an agreement will be reached on the settlement construction. Translation? Marack is looking for a way to back down without looking like he backed down, and the Israelis are deciding whether they should help him out in that regard. If it were me, he'd have to offer up something pretty good to not let him piss in the wind.

Meanwhile, Hamas is helping Iran put down the pro-opposition demonstrations in Iran. And Dhimmi Carter wants Hamas taken off the US terrorist organization list. Pajama's entire Mideast policy stance is collapsing before his eyes. The mullahs are still trying to put down the protests, using Hamas terrorists (the same ones he thinks should be part of a Palestinian unity sham) as muscle, and is remaining silent when the White House could potentially precipitate an overthrow of the mullahs.

Here is some footage out Iran. It's Tiennanmen Square all over again, and The White House is doing nothing...AGAIN! [A notion that is starting to be noticed elsewhere in blog land]. You leftist and liberal pricks who pushed this asshole, who swamped the internet with your fascist bullshit...there's your fucking hope and change on the streets of Iran.

No turbans. No robes. No beards. This is the youth of Iran shedding its blood in the name of freedom. The fact that these elections are mullah backed shams means nothing. This is already beyond the election issue and the White House is doing nothing.

But Israel better freeze those settlements and commit suicide or Marack will be so mad.

The man whose moral compass is what's best for barry has blood on his hands.

This blood is on your hands Obama, and the whole world is watching.

Resign now.

16 June 2009

One State, One People?

The Knesset Kvetching seems to be dying down. Bibi's ministers have fallen in line behind the leader of their coalition. Three Likud MKs, including Tzipi Hotovely, stood against him in the Likud Faction meeting, Hotovely expressing her disappointment that Bibi didn't set out more reservations around the creation of a Palestinian entity. MK Hotovely, you will have your day. If you haven't realized it by now Minister Hotovely, your party leader has laid down all the reservations he needed to illicit what I feel must be the final Arab rejection of UN Resolution 181 to be allowed.

UN Resolution 181 called for the partition of British Mandate Palestine [remember to keep in mind that there has never been an independent country called Palestine, nor was the creation of one called for when Judea and Samaria (West Bank) were in Jordanian hands.] into a Jewish state and an Arab state as worded in Part I, Section A, Article 3:
Independent Arab and Jewish States and the Special International Regime for the City of Jerusalem, set forth in Part III of this Plan, shall come into existence in Palestine two months after the evacuation of the armed forces of the mandatory Power has been completed but in any case not later than 1 October 1948.
It is an irrefutable fact that the Arabs rejected this partition and, upon Israel declaring independence from Britain as the Jewish state created by Resolution 181, invaded with the intention of destroying her and claiming all of what had been British Mandate Palestine as an Arab state. They failed.

Following the ceasefire between the Arabs and Israel in 1949 no moves were made to create an Arab state in the land that Jordan occupied. More military attempts to destroy Israel were made. Partition was not accepted. It was only after the Israeli ejection of the Jordanian army in 1967 that suddenly Palestinian nationalism mattered, as nothing more than a means to destory Israel where the Arab armies had failed.

The Partition Plan was rejected again in 2000 by Yasser Arafat, and again this past year by Mahmoud Abbas. And it was rejected again this week, not only by Abbas, but by all Arab leaders, including Hosni Mubarak, whose country has a treaty with Israel. He, Abbas, and the rest refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish state. Read Resolution 181 gentlemen. It's quite explicit. A Jewish state was to be created, and it has been created. What hasn't happened is you accepting it, and taking the land you were offered to create a state next to it. You have rejected it again, and for what I feel must be the last time. Prime Minister Netanyahu has done the only logical thing under the circumstances: if you want Palestine, you must accept the Jewish Israel. If you reject that, you reject Palestine. You forfeit a state west of the Jordan. The time has now come to take this situation to its logical conclusion.

For 61 years the Arabs have refused to accept Israel, and either by military, terroristic, or economic means have sought to destroy her. Now, when one of Israel's most vociferous opponents to creating an Arab entity on historically Jewish land extends his hand, you played your part and demonstrated that there is absolutely no way that an Arab state can ever be allowed to exist in west of the Jordan River for if it is, under current circumstances, it will mean a continuation of the endless war until so many are dead, that so much Arab and Jewish blood will flow that even the land will cry out.

I have always held hope that peace could happen. I was raised to believe in the word of our prophets; that swords and spears would become plowshares and pruning hooks. Despite your unceasing enmity, I still believed. It would start by establishing economic symbiosis, which would lead to trust, and the alienation of the Palestinian Mafia Terror Kleptocrats who would eventually be pushed out. It would lead to Arab schools no longer teaching death to Israel which would lead to greater tolerance and understanding, and a rejection of violence. Then the walls and wire would come down, and a federation would take hold. The Arabs have ended that hope for me this week. A fool's hope, but hope none the less. Perhaps the prophets spoke of a different vision. Perhaps the peace can be made by Nehar HaYarden.

I can only see two alternatives. The Arabs are driven out by a war of their own making, a war that Abbas declared would happen as a result of Bibi's "outrageous" demand that the Arabs finally accept Israel as the Jewish state, as mandated in UN Resolution 181, or they leave on their own to the already existing Palestinian state called Jordan. I would say there is a third alternative; that the world community would finally stand up and demand that the Arabs accept the Jewish state and renounce violence. Perhaps Bibi's strategy will help stir the hearts of the world. I'm not counting on it. The world has hated us too long.

Enough blood has been shed, and clearly Mr. Abbas you do not believe in coexistence. Do Arab families in Judea and Samaria a favor; surrender your snuff film blood fantasy of destroying Israel and go across the river. It is enough. And if you hold out hope for Iran's nuclear weapons to finish the job that you cannot, remember your people will die there as well. It is madness. You are mad. Your life has been dedicated to hate. It is time to love your children more than you want to kill us. Go, and let Nehar HaYarden make the peace.

I was raised with the believe in teshuva: a turning, a returning to a good path. I was raised to believe that the door to this return must always be left open, for even the most wicked might one day awaken. And so I leave that door open in my heart for the teshuva, for the undoing of the wrong. But in this time, when once again our enemies close in around us, when they conspire to finish us, I must say one state, one people. Your continued blood lust gives me no other choice.