Leftist deflections and manipulations and islamic torturing of the concept of rights: Links 4 on May 16 – 2015

1. Boston bombing not a religious crime

(Who knew the prosecutor in the Boston marathon bombing case was a female imam!)

2. Shiia march in Germany protesting human rights abuses in the KSA.

(The most likely expat Iranians may be unaware that this much irony in the blood could lead to serious medical conditions)

3. More evidence that the derailed train and the parallel train where hit by projectiles and a possible 3rd train which may have been hit around the same time and place

4. Not how they roll: Pentagon asks media to scrap old footage of ISIS columns

ISIS may be on the move, but not the way you see on television, claims the Pentagon.

Footage of the menacing, black-clad terrorist army rolling across the desert in long convoys predates U.S.-led air strikes that have forced the jihadists to travel more discreetly, say senior State Department and Pentagon officials. They have asked television networks to stop using stock footage that makes the terror army seem more mobile – and more formidable – than they say it actually is.

“One Toyota speeding down the road by itself at night with its headlights off,” would be a more accurate image, said Pentagon spokesman Col. Steven Warren.

Emily Horne, spokeswoman for retired Gen. John Allen, the State Department’s special envoy leading the international coalition against ISIS, said the footage being used by news networks paints a picture that benefits the terror group, also known as ISIL and Islamic State.

“We are urging broadcasters to avoid using the familiar B-roll that we’ve all seen before, file footage of ISIL convoys operating in broad daylight, moving in large formations with guns out, looking to wreak havoc,” Horne told Politico. “It’s inaccurate — that’s no longer how ISIL moves.

“A lot of that footage is from last summer before we began tactical strikes.”

U.S. news media have not been permitted to send embedded reporters into areas of Iraq and Syria where fighting is fiercest, making it nearly impossible to get up-to-date footage of ISIS’ movements. But even if the terrorist army’s mobility is restricted by strikes from above, there is scant evidence that the combination of Iraqi boots on the ground and coalition bombers in the sky is turning the tide against the radical jihadists.

(This footage of Islamic State convoys was uploaded today)

5. Burma denies responsibility for the Rohinga boat crisis

(I wonder if someone in Burma actually knows the history of Afghanistan and other South Asian nations, now islamic but used to be Buddhist and decided to act rationally)

Myanmar’s government has said it is not responsible for the migrant boat crisis in south-east Asia, and may not attend an emergency summit on the issue.

Thousands of migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar are feared stranded in boats in the Andaman Sea after their crews deserted them.

Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand have been turning away migrant boats.

Survivors have described desperate conditions on the boats, with people thrown overboard amid fights for food.

Rohingya Muslims have been leaving Buddhist-majority Myanmar, also known as Burma, because they are not recognised as citizens and face persecution.

6. Pope to Abbas: “We will always be united because our mission is the same” FirefoxScreenSnapz100

7. Iranian Ayatollah: U.S. ‘Hallucinating’ About Access To Our Military Nuke Sites

(Video at site)

Iran will never allow Western powers or the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to inspect its military bases, Iran’s Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahedi-Kermani said Friday in an address to Tehran University students.

The West, and particularly the United States, “are hallucinating” if they think that Iran would allow inspection of its military apparatus, Kermani said.

Those who wish for Iran to recognize the State of Israel as part of a final agreement should “bury their dreams,” the Ayatollah added.

Part of Iran’s final agreement with the United States and its five international partners, (Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) the so-called “P5+1,” is to allow the IAEA access to inspectors its military sites to curb Tehran’s nuclear programs.


Thank you M., Richard, Draculea and so many more who sent in materials today.

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9 Replies to “Leftist deflections and manipulations and islamic torturing of the concept of rights: Links 4 on May 16 – 2015”

    • This is a narrative. From David Cameron to Obama, any Fundamental Mohammadism is “radical,” isolated and totally un-Islamic.

      Political Advisers seem to step in behind everyone before they speak about the next heaven-bound Muslim. Like Freemasonry, Common Purpose speak oozes to keep The People in a state of love and ignorance, unaware Islam will kill them for their decadence and spoils, so that they then may continue to be exploited by tax by a thousand cuts.

      This prosecutor completely fabricated a myth to describe the bombers and victims – something you can’t do in criminal court – and so as intelligent as she is, she too lives under the Sharia of Socialism.

      • Plato’s analogy is a little all-purpose, but it came to mind and wouldn’t go, listening to Andrew Bostom on his frustration with the dhimmis at Fox News (on an earlier post) whom the Geller event reveals at some point decided to join the chain gang, or to yield to their life-long inner chain-gangness. With the difference I notice that venturing back into the cave, neither Bostom nor Geller have lost their ability to see clearly.

        Glaucon: Clearly, he would first see the sun and then reason about him.

        Socrates: And when he remembered his old habitation, and the wisdom of the den and his fellow-prisoners, do you not suppose that he would felicitate himself on the change, and pity them?

        Glaucon: Certainly, he would.

        Socrates: And if they were in the habit of conferring honours among themselves on those who were quickest to observe the passing shadows and to remark which of them went before, and which followed after, and which were together; and who were therefore best able to draw conclusions as to the future, do you think that he would care for such honours and glories, or envy the possessors of them? Would he not say with Homer,

        Better to be the poor servant of a poor master, and to endure anything, rather than think as they do and live after their manner?

        Glaucon: Yes, I think that he would rather suffer anything than entertain these false notions and live in this miserable manner.

        Socrates: Imagine once more such an one coming suddenly out of the sun to be replaced in his old situation; would he not be certain to have his eyes full of darkness?

        Glaucon: To be sure.

        Socrates: And if there were a contest, and he had to compete in measuring the shadows with the prisoners who had never moved out of the den, while his sight was still weak, and before his eyes had become steady (and the time which would be needed to acquire this new habit of sight might be very considerable) would he not be ridiculous? Men would say of him that up he went and down he came without his eyes; and that it was better not even to think of ascending; and if any one tried to loose another and lead him up to the light, let them only catch the offender, and they would put him to death.

        Glaucon: No question.

        • “This review is from: United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror (Hardcover)
          Once I was involved in a business partnership with a talented and seasoned salesperson. Often we teased my partner he was so good at what he did he could sell all the swampland in Florida. The man knew he was good at his trade and reveled in all the tricks he learned to perfect his pitch. Oddly enough, whenever a salesperson came to our office to pitch a product, my partner, so knowledgable of his craft, easily succumbed to the tricks of his trade. He was always the first to sign on the dotted line. I could never understand that.
          After reading, “United In Hate, The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror”, by author Jamie Glazov, I’m beginning to grasp an understanding on the phenomena of such thinking. I understand a little more how certain individuals, or entire groups, can be so close to something they cannot recognize when the tricks of the trade are being used against them. In the case of the Left, as Glazov points out from his opening chapter, it’s as if the “believer” is so close to knowing what they hate, they somehow fall in love with it. It’s just a matter of how the cause is packaged and sold to them.
          For instance, if you were to announce on the “View”, to the hosts and audience, that a mystery guest was about to appear who was a mass murderer, a theocrat, a racist, a bigot, a sexist, a torturer, and a homophobe, the set of the show would instantly be filled with angry boos and jeers from the crowd. However, when the identity of the guest were to be revealed as Fidel Castro, the knees of the female hosts would suddenly quiver and an about face would occur. Barbara Walters would be the first to her feet to greet the great Leftist Dictator. The crowd would follow, taking her lead on giving Castro a standing ovation. Within minutes after the applause died down, movie pals Steven Speilburg and Francis Ford Coppola would greet their little darling via speaker phone. (Again, it’s all in the packaging. Those who work in a business of illusion and deception are easily deceived.)
          As Glazov candidly points out, when it comes to the Left, Castro could easily be replaced by the likes of Lenin, Stalin, Pol Pot, Pham Van Dong, Mao Tse Tung, Ayatollah Khomeini, Osama Bin Laden, and the newest darling of the Left, the world’s most charming homophobe, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. These are their heroes, their leftist idols. It doesn’t matter that their heroes represent and encompass all that the Left hates. The Left is easily sold, easily caught up in the imagery and mystique, easy marks for despot trickery whenever one of their intellectuals arrives in the country of their autocratic friend. All a dictator has to do is clean up a town, dress up the townsfolk in totalitarian wear, and threaten the lives of the people if they don’t look happy while the conspicous visitor is in town. Wow. How many times does that trick need to be done before the Left catches on? Yet you wonder how did Susan Sontag, Mary McCarthy, Walter Duranty, George Bernard Shaw, Sean Penn, Harry Belafonte, Jane Fonda, Ernest Hemingway, Danny Glover, and a host of other western intellectuals or entertainers fall for the same scheme?
          What’s worse is their glowing testimonials after their visits. It’s as if these great thinkers or performers go back to high school to write of their first love. I was squeamish and embarrassed reading the passages Glazov used to illustrate and drive his point home. Unless you are stupid, or love struck, how could you believe all the monsters of tyranny possess such sweet and unassuming qualities as reported by the Left?
          Does anyone still remember the 1981 film, “Reds”, by Warren Beatty? What a perfect example of what Glazov speaks of. Back then, as a student, I wanted to puke over the manufactured sentiment over the flick, a film many of Beatty’s associates were hailing as a masterpiece. In the most overused scene in cinematic history, Jack Reed, the protaginist prepares a meal for the married woman he loves and stole from an American capitalist. In the scene, the water in the pots boils over, smoke billows from the oven, and Reed clumsily trips around the kitchen as the romantic little communist nervously tries to prepare a meal for his girlfriend. Geez Warren. That’s an original and uncontrived scene! Such masterful film making is certainly deserving of an Oscar.
          Even then I thought, is Beatty willing to give up his glamorous American Hollywood life for the meager lifestyle of the Russian peasant? It certainly appeared from the point of view of the film that he was selling the Soviet or Bolshevik way of life. History has certainly proven Beatty’s romance to be false and has certainly proven he was easily sold by his leftist comrades.
          Glazov’s well thought out and carefully sculpted narrative of our times is an in-your-face expose on the hypocrisy of the Left. Glazov will take a lot of heat for what he reveals but he seems like a man with broad shoulders ready to take on the burden of a good fight. He’s professional in his presentation and his arguments are clean and succinct. Based on what he’s written, there’s little doubt in my mind that if an alien ship arrived in America, most of our Leftists, from Springsteen to Spielburg, would beg to be taken away. After paying homage to our captors, and after paying their way to the front of the lines, they would get on their knees, with their arms stretched out in the direction of the sinister ship. Then they would chant, “Free us from our freedom! Free us from our freedom” over and over, hoping to be heard.
          Unable to stop themselves, and always desperate for attention, our Leftist friends would continue to chant while boarding the ship, knowing they could never return, and knowing a life of darkness would be all they would ever know again.”

          • “No more spending hours trying to explain the truth of Islamic doctrine and fighting denial. . . instead, call them what they are. . .bloodthirsty apologists.”

            At one point, Dr. Bostom describes it as ‘a toxic combination of sheer ignorance and cultural relativism.’ But later he observes that the so-called journalists bristle at any suggestion that they are evading the issues. Bristling is something I get every time I bring up these matters with leftist colleagues (i.e. almost any colleague). In their angry defensiveness, it is plain that in a part of themselves they know better. So the ignorance is not sheer, but in some measure recognized, willed.

      • So a good Muslim is one who is a good Christian, to have sacred baubles and unique rules for themselves, and pay to Caesar what is Caesar’s. In return, they only get protected ego-rights.

        This is how it works: “Mr Singh broke strict Sikh religious protocol by removing his turban, but he has been praised by people from around the world for the heroic act.”

        This is a complete fabrication, because to play sports Sikhs casually remove their turbans. http://www.sikhsportsclub.com/?page_id=925

        So the Socialist Press are creating Gays out of everyone, permitted to be outraged and sympathized with over unreal issues so that they will be forced to be passive over real issues – because there is no further definition and description of the enemy of stealth they can report. The sound louder that a scream is silence.

        They will angst and argue over University campuses radicalizing Muslims, when it is obviously the Mosques. Completely and deliberately missing the point until it becomes imperative for every other citizen to do so. And when cowed, not knowing where to turn, unable to see who is hitting them, Communism will come as Peacekeepers.

        • Therefore, if exchange “radical” for “empowered perverts” you can see Islam has sourced from their ranks and reverts afield who enjoy raping murdering and robbery.

          Likewise when the Communists come, they too will release their “empowered perverts” where intimidation is not enough and foreplay is revival.

  1. #3. If that’s true it provides a good scenario for how the crash could have occurred. If he was distracted he may have missed the signs and signals for the upcoming curve, only realizing too late that the train was going too quickly and at the last second threw it into emergency. If that’s the case that it was an attack, then its every bit as sinister as direct sabotage. If the story suddenly drops of the face of the earth then that’s probably what happened.

    • Earlier this week, Vlad posted the following mention as well: Did a Projectile have anything to do with Amtrak Crash?
      Derailment and Crash of Amtrak Train from Washington to NYC, passing through Port Richmond in NE Philadelphia

      Also, the morning following the derailment, Fox and Friends interviewed a surviving passenger on the Amtrak derailment, NJ Police Officer identified as Michael Keene. Keene was lauded by other survivors as a passenger turned heroic rescuer on that derailed Amtrak train.
      Not discussed further but worthy of mentioning again, this officer specifically stated he was returning home from DC having attended certain events related to honoring our nation’s police officers as described online:

      National Officer Safety And Wellness Awards To Be Presented At Chairman’s Dinner Event During National Police Week Washington, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Late last year, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and BJA’s VALOR officer safety initiative, launched the Destination Zero Project to highlight agency-level achievements in the area of officer safety and wellness. The primary objective of the program is to drive down causal factors that kill and injure law enforcement officers, and to help officers live safer, happier, healthier lives. The result of this project will culminate with presentation of the inaugural National Officer Safety and Wellness Awards at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s annual Chairman’s Dinner on Tuesday, May 12, 2015.

      Begs the question…given the current politically charged ‘anti-police’ climate…were these ‘police related’ events and the timing of attending officers departure via Amtrak, merely coincidence – given multiple reports of ‘projectiles’ reaching trains travelling in that same location ?

      Partial transcript from Fox & Friends video clip mentioned above:

      FOx&Friends: ‘It’s My Job’ Heroic Police Officer Reacts After Helping Train Crash Victims

      2:57 Steve Ducie:

      I understand you had just gotten on the train at Philadelphia’s 30th street station. Why were you in Wa….why were you down there?

      3:05 Michael Keane:

      I was actually ..I was coming home, I got on the train at Washington DC. I was in Washington over the weekend. I took part in the Police Unity Tour. We arrived at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial yesterday morning and I was on my way home from there.

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