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City of Rome goes Dhimmi

by Phantom Ace ( 60 Comments › )
Filed under Dhimmitude, Hipsters, Iran, Islam, Leftist-Islamic Alliance, Multiculturalism, Progressives at January 26th, 2016 - 10:04 pm

The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was visiting Rome for a state trip to Italy. On the itinerary was a trip to the Capitoline Museum. In a move that smacks of Dimmitude, the Italian government covered up some of the nude statues.

The Romans have censored themselves to make visiting Iranian President Hassan Rouhani feel more comfortable during his historic stop in Italy.

Rouhani — the first Iranian leader to visit Europe in almost 20 years — met Tuesday with Pope Francis at the Vatican, but another stop on his agenda was the famed Capitoline Museum, where classic Italian nude sculptures were covered with plain white boards to avoid offending the Muslim president.

Italian news agency ANSA said the nudes were covered out of respect for Rouhani.

Nonetheless, the move wasn’t going over well with many Italians on social media, some of whom lambasted it as “absurd,” and “embarrassing, servile behaviour.”

The Caesars weep at the cowardice of their descendants. Once again, the west bows before Iran and Islam.



The Left is, In Fact, A Collective Moron; Update Female shooter pledged to ISIS

by coldwarrior ( 167 Comments › )
Filed under Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Islam, Leftist-Islamic Alliance, Multiculturalism, Open thread, Terrorism at December 4th, 2015 - 4:29 am

They aren’t Morons, really. They know exactly what they are doing.


Giuliani: Anyone Who Thinks Shooting Wasn’t Terror Is ‘a Moron’


The California massacre at a county complex was unquestionably “an act of terror” – and any law enforcement official who thinks otherwise is a “moron,” former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says.

In an interview on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom,” Giuliani, who was mayor at the time of the 9/11 attack on New York City, said the only question was the motivation for the Wednesday slaying of 14 people at a health department complex in San Bernardino, Calif.
“The question here is not, is it an act of terror? We’re beyond that,” he said.

“When you’ve got two assault weapons, two handguns, you’re in body armor, you got a home that’s booby-trapped, you’ve been practicing to do this….”

Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, presumably his wife, shot up a conference room where Farook’s employer, the county health department, was hosting a holiday party on Wednesday, killing 14 people.

“Sure it may have been motivated by some argument in a party,” Giuliani said, noting officials have said Farook left the party angry before returning on a murderous rampage.

“This is pre-meditated,” Giuliani said. “If you can’t come to a conclusion at this point that this was an act of terror, you should find something else to do for a living than being in law enforcement. I mean, you’re a moron.”

“This is an act of terror without any question.”

Giuliani said the motivation is less clear, whether the slayings were part of an ISIS “plot, some other plot, homegrown jihadism or just insanity.”
But he noted Farook’s behavior, including traveling to Saudi Arabia to bring home a bride, is “encouraged by the Islamic State.”

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Rudy gives us the definition, the Dems provides the proof:


(CNSNews.com) – In a statement made from the Oval Office this morning, President Barack Obama told the nation that it “is possible” that the mass murder in San Bernardino on Wednesday was “terrorist-related” but that it also could have been “workplace-related.”

Later in his statement, he suggested it might have been a mix of both.

“We don’t know at this point the extent of their plans,” Obama said of the killers. “We do not know their motivations.”

“It is possible that this was terrorist-related, but we don’t know,” Obama said. “It’s also possible that this was workplace-related.”

…My Muslim Faith…he said.

Phantom Ace Update:

The female shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS.

One of the two people accused of killing 14 at a holiday party in California apparently pledged allegiance to a leader of Islamic State militant group, two U.S. government sources said on Friday.

Tashfeen Malik, 27, and her husband, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, were killed in a shootout with police hours after the Wednesday massacre at the Inland Regional Center social services agency in San Bernardino, about 60 miles (100 km) east of Los Angeles. The attack was the deadliest mass shooting the United States has experienced in three years.

U.S. investigators are evaluating evidence that Malik, a Pakistani native who had been living in Saudi Arabia when she married Farook, had pledged allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, two U.S. officials told Reuters. They said the finding, if confirmed, could be a “game changer” in the investigation.

Pakistani intelligence officials have contacted Malik’s family in her homeland as part of the investigation, a family member said.


Dr Carson Is Right

by coldwarrior ( 184 Comments › )
Filed under Leftist-Islamic Alliance, Open thread, Political Correctness, Politics, Progressives at September 23rd, 2015 - 7:23 am

Dr Carson’s recent comments on muslims are absolutely correct. I don’t think he went far enough but it is good to see a push-back happen against the anti-American left and muslims.  See, in my world, we treat muslims the same way Christians are treated in Saudi Arabia and the like.


The Empty Outrage About Ben Carson

His critics have religious tests of their own.

Fresh from the Kim Davis controversy, during which liberals took the position that traditional Christians should no longer hold the government office of marriage clerk, liberals are denouncing Ben Carson for “bigotry” against Muslims. They piously quote the Constitution’s line from Article VI that “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.” Of course, Carson never denied that Muslim Americans are eligible to run for office. He simply said that he wouldn’t vote for one who supported Sharia law. America’s founding fathers would have agreed.

They didn’t confuse eligibility with fitness for office. They had no problem voting against atheists and other adherents to beliefs that they deemed dangerous. The Left is pushing an idea that the founders regarded as mindless and destructive, namely, that the people are somehow constitutionally obligated to treat the religious beliefs of all candidates as equally valid, that it is somehow “un-American” for a voter to prefer a Christian candidate to a non-Christian one.

According to the contemporary definition of bigotry, which forbids any criticism of religion unless it is Christian, most of the founders were bigots. They certainly didn’t view Christianity and Islam as philosophically equal. Thomas Jefferson, who had to deal with the Barbary pirates, famously purchased a Koran not out of respect for Islam but out of wariness of it. He saw the Koran as a manual for war and sought to understand the tactics and motivations of the enemy. It is absurd to think that the founding fathers would have thought it a good idea for a historically and culturally Christian country to entrust its most powerful office to a devotee of a book that authorizes jihad against Christianity.

Contrary to the media’s extreme construction of his view, Carson isn’t taking the sweeping position that anybody who happens to be born into Islam is intrinsically unfit for the presidency. By “Muslim,” he means an adherent to Islamic orthodoxy. “Now, if someone has a Muslim background and they’re willing to reject those tenets and to accept the way of life that we have, and clearly will swear to place our Constitution above their religion, then, of course, they will be considered infidels and heretics, but at least I would then be quite willing to support them,” he told Sean Hannity.

In other words, Carson could support a bad Muslim for the presidency but not a good one—a position that shocks liberals even as they take an identical one with respect to Christians. What is the purpose of all of their propaganda against Christianity in the public square if not to scrub it clean of good Christians, leaving only heretical nominal Christians to serve in government offices? Liberals constantly lecture Americans on the dangers of voting for “evangelical” Christians, orthodox Catholics, and other members of the dreaded “religious right.”

Somehow the religious right by the Left’s estimate doesn’t include Islam, even as its extremist eruptions make even the most tenacious sects of Christianity look tame by comparison. Liberals would sooner vote for the officers of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which is a front group for Islamic terrorists, than Ben Carson, who has been declared by that sham PR outfit, with help from a deferential media, “unfit” for the presidency.

One wonders how long members of the chattering class, so outraged at Ben Carson for suggesting the undesirability of a Muslim presidency in America, would last under a Muslim president in the Middle East. If they turned up on a talk show in one of those countries and made equivalent remarks about the importance of a majority-Muslim population electing a Christian president, they would quickly find themselves in jail.

The more illiberal and non-Western a religion, the more liberals defend it. Browbeating Carson, they insist that the values of Islam are the values of America. Meanwhile, they define something as blameless as Christian opposition to gay marriage as “un-American,” to quote the actor Tom Hanks.


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Cartoon sums up the Mideast

by Phantom Ace ( 348 Comments › )
Filed under Barack Obama, Humor, Iran, John Kerry, Leftist-Islamic Alliance at April 1st, 2015 - 7:00 am

This cartoon shows Obama’s alliance with Iran.


Thanks to Obama, we are now viewed by Israel, Turkey and Sunni Arabs as Iran’s ally.