1. The question is worth contemplating: At what point is it easier to fix a thing or tear it down and build something new.
2. UN “thinks Jerusalem isn’t a Jewish place”: New motions target Israel’s sovereignty
(Ok. At this point all the data points to the idea that the UN is a commie-Muslim plot to destroy the concept of the nation state and any form of actual identity beyond a member of either the ummah, the Islamic global nation, or a member of a global all powerful state run by the UN and supranational organizations like the EU with no elected representatives of what any group of people might actually want for themselves. Its really perfectly consistent with their actions. If you can say Jerusalem is not Jewish, then you can make any claim at all about any place not being the true location for any group of people. The Jewish claim on Jerusalem is the most solid historical claim of any people anywhere on Earth today. In fact there is no archaeological evidence that the Jews escaped slavery in Egypt. They were likely always in Israel, and Egypt was an origins myth.)
The United Nations just passed six new hateful motions that target Israel and its sovereignty.
The worst of those motions is one that basically moves to sever any Jewish ties to their continuous and undivided capital, Jerusalem.
The motion, passed 151 to six. The six “no” votes were from Israel, Canada, the United States, the Marshall Islands, Nauru and Micronesia.
The UN thinks Jerusalem — the City of David, mentioned in the Bible 806 times — isn’t a Jewish place.
3. Obama has been jetting around the world pretending to still be the president. Here, he tries to let Pakistan off the hook for hiding Osama Bin Laden.
4. Imam in the UK explains how muslims must see and treat unbelievers.
5. Antifa Isn’t A ‘Hate Group,’ Says Southern Poverty Law Center ‘Hate Group’
You can find conservative policy centers like the Family Research Council on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map,” but not the violent left-wing extremist group antifa.
Why not? Antifa’s radical activists are known for beating up those they view as “fascists,” but according to SPLC president Richard Cohen, antifa doesn’t actually espouse hate.
“If you are familiar with our work, we write about antifa often,” Mr. Cohen said in his Thursday testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee. “We condemn their tactics — I’ve said so publicly and we do so always — but antifa is not a group that vilifies people on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion and the like.”
(Antifa isn’t just a hate espousing group. They are a hate group in precisely the same way as the NAZIs where. They label all who are not far left wing extremists as “Nazis”, and like the nazis themselves, they take licence from the label they apply to those they disagree with to actually do physical violence to them. The NAZI’s did precisely this using the label, “Jew”.)
6. RT, as usual, misrepresents the classical liberal group, For Freedom, in Denmark as a “far right anti-immigration group” when in fact they oppose turning a beautiful liberal democracy into a sharia or communist state. But at least an RT stringer managed to catch part of today’s 3rd annual Christmas march in Copenhagen, with traditional cookies, costumes, songs and a speech by one amazing Christian cleric.
7. Faith Goldy: Canada: Identity vs. Values
(Is Canada just a conspiracy of cartographers? apologies to Rozencrantz and Gildenstern)
Thank you M., Richard, Wrath of Khan, Dumbstruck, Johnny U., and so many more. Please keep it coming. This week promises to be a rather high activity, news-rich and possibly kinetic week as Christmas activities start up despite the fact that several have already been cancelled due to rocketing insurance rates. A brilliant example of what terrorism is meant to achieve. To make our own traditions and values too expensive to actually do, due to risk by muslim terrorists.
There are rumours that President Trump intends to officially move the US embassy to Jerusalem and announce this on Wednesday this week. If this is true, buy the Scotch on Monday, and break out the popcorn on Thursday as the Muslim world shows its tolerance and pluralism in the wake of the decision.
BBC 1 seems to have made something without even a trace of sanctimony, didacticism, cynicism,attempts at social engineering or socialist undertones. Just a nice Christmas video.
I don’t know if this is pro or anti Trump, but I like this song and I like Trump, so i’m posting it.
This is too good. pic.twitter.com/FqmpcaUT59
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 2, 2017
GA/11982, 30 NOVEMBER 2017
Concluding its annual debate on the question of Palestine and the situation in the Middle East, the General Assembly adopted six resolutions today — including two declaring Israel’s actions in the Syrian Golan and East Jerusalem “null and void” — as several delegates voiced concern that those texts perpetuated a one-sided view that isolated and targeted a single Member State.
After the debate concluded, the Assembly adopted the draft resolution “Jerusalem” (document A/72/L.11) by a recorded vote of 151 in favour to 6 against (Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, Israel, Marshall Islands, Nauru, United States), with 9 abstentions (Australia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Honduras, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, South Sudan, Togo). – By that text, the Assembly reiterated that any actions by Israel, the occupying Power, to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the Holy City of Jerusalem were illegal and therefore null and void. It further stressed the need for the parties to refrain from provocative actions, especially in areas of religious and cultural sensitivity, and called for respect for the historic status quo at the holy places of Jerusalem.
By that text — “The Syrian Golan” (document A/71/L.17), adopted by a recorded vote of 105 in favour to 6 against (Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, Israel, Marshall Islands, United Kingdom, United States) with 58 abstentions — the Assembly declared that Israel had failed to comply with Security Council resolution 497 (1981) and demanded its withdrawal from the occupied Syrian Golan.
The representative of Argentina, speaking also on behalf of Brazil, explained his position, saying he had voted in favour of “L.17” because the territory had been acquired by the use of force.
https://www.un.org/en/ga/72/resolutions.shtml includes these resolutions, but the list of which countries abstained A71/L17 aren’t evident.
Here’s another resolution that is listed, “Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba”
Here’s the rigmarole from the previous year’s Nov 30th UN meeting
1 – This is a good question I wish I had a good answer because we are rapidly approaching decision time for answering that question about all Western Nations.
Australia abstained from the illegitimate UN resolution, therefore it is null & void as far as I’m concerned. The UN is an Islamist organisation that Australia must withdraw from asap!
2- Where was the V4 on this vote and why would it disregard its fifth element?
4- Good Bastard–the kind that feeds the blue-pilled kufar without sugar on top.
The BBC are not even subtle anymore.
All the terror attacks foiled by Israeli intelligence may as well have gone off as planned by little jihadi pets.
Good thing for the residents of those G-d-forsaken countries that I’m not a gatekeeper on that kind of intelligence.
“BBC 1 seems to have made something without even a trace of sanctimony, didacticism, cynicism,attempts at social engineering or socialist undertones. Just a nice Christmas video.”
Now, in that video, show me traces of Christmas.
Is it Clean Bandit a Christmas tradition ?
In fact, with this video the meaning of Christmas is erased. Can be any other part of the year.
Yes you are right, I missed that aspect of it.