Saturday, January 16, 2016

“ In 2016 I will stop the Illuminati...I will do this with my bare hands.” Vladimir Putin

Source: Your News Wire (Originally posted December 12, 2015)
Putin’s 2016 New Year Speech – I’m Going To Defeat The Illuminati
Vladimir Putin
by Baxter Dmitry ~
Brave Vladimir Putin appears set for a face off with the Illuminati in a last minute, desperate attempt to stop the outbreak of World War III, Kremlin sources claim.
Putin, whose pets include a black Labrador, brown bear, and 1.5 million Chechans, has decided on his 2016 New Years resolutions a remarkable three weeks early, proving yet again that he is two steps ahead of Barack Obama, the Turkish air force, and ISIS.
In 2016 I will stop the Illuminati from starting world war three. And quit smoking,” Putin announced to a star struck Kremlin tour group, before fixing them with his trademark pitiless stare.
I will do this…with my bare hands,” he continued. According to Kremlin sources the tour group burst into spontaneous applause.
His new year’s resolution speech comes after Illuminati member Jacob Rothschild accused Putin of being a traitor to the New World Order, amid Russia ‘going rogue’ in their fight against ISIS in Syria.
Putin, the proud dad of two pretty amazing kids, can bench press 220 and listed his interests as “dioxin, polonium 210, thallium, and bending lead pipes” in his high school yearbook.

"...and I hope he includes Henry Kissinger!" ~ Storm'n Norm'n

See also.... Jacob Rothschild Says Putin “A Traitor To The New World Order”

...and let's not forget the Rockefellers

Friday, January 15, 2016

American Thinker...they're not exactly honest over there. Did you ever hear the expression, "There's something rotten in Denmark." It's starting to smell over there at American Thinker.

Over at American Thinker I responded to JBD's reply with the following:
Marco Rubio was born May 28, 1971, in Miami, Florida, to Mario Rubio (Cuban citizen) and Oria Garcia (Cuban citizen). Both his parents were Cubans citizen when Marco Rubio was born and who had immigrated to the United States in 1956 and waited to become naturalized U.S. citizens until 1975.
Sure enough it was posted as seen below: 
Not too long later I checked in again and low and behold, it disappeared.  Gee, for a moment there I thought maybe I forgot to post it properly...
So I posted it again ↓
Less than two minutes later it was gone ↓
Did you ever hear the expression, "There's something rotten in Denmark." It's starting to smell over there at American Thinker.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Georgetown University and the killers of society

The editorial below has a link to a syllabus/course in "Understanding Islamophobia in America" which is a complete waste of time in my opinion.  By this point in time if the reader has little or no knowledge of Islam, I provided this brief introduction:

Islam ~
1. the religious faith of Muslims, based on the words and religious system founded by the prophet Muhammad and taught by the Koran, the basic principle of which is absolute submission to a unique and personal god, Allah.
2. the whole body of Muslim believers, their civilization, and the countries in which theirs is the dominant religion.

Islam ~ Winston Churchill
That religion, which above all others was founded and propagated by the sword—the tenets and principles of which are instinct with incentives to slaughter…
How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity.

Islam ~ Pakistani President Musharraf (born and raised a Muslim but college educated in the west)
Islamic countries will remain backward unless they concentrate more on scientific and technological development…the time had come for Islamic nations to take part in collective self-criticism.  Once such an assessment is made, it would not be difficult to realize that the entire Islamic world was far behind the developed world…the unhealthiest, the Muslim Ummah, or the Islamic world was presently living in darkness.  Today we are the poorest, the most illiterate, the most backward, the unhealthiest, the most un-enlightened, the most deprived, and the weakest of the entire human race.

Islam ~ Plancks Constant
Before Islam made them stupid, before Islam hobbled their minds, before Islam stifled their creativity, Arabs were inquisitive, smart, inventive, clever fellows who made great contributions to civilization. That is to say, they were just like their Semite cousins the Jews.
The photo edit above was provided to drive home a point...provided by Storm'n Norm'n
After all the terrorist attacks (bombings, beheadings, burning alive, and whatever else you may have heard of) committed by Muslims (AKA Islamists) for no other reason than their victims are not
See Video Below
Muslims, you should have a fear...and if you want to call it Islamophopbia then be my guest.  Further, there should be no separation from so-called radicalized Muslims and Muslims; it's Islam any way you look at it!  It is written in their books, their Quran, in their charters, and whatever else they subscribe to... all Muslims believe that they should dominate the world and if that's not enough to fear then you may have a problem...and I don't have to be a doctor to diagnose it.
Meanwhile, whether you know it or not, Islam (rather it's countries like Saudia Arabia) is paying for our destruction by donating large sums of money to colleges and universities throughout the country for the sole purpose of indoctrinating professors who in turn will pass their ideology onto their students. One such university is the subject of the following editorial.  When you have finished reading I sincerely hope you come down with the same malady that I contracted; Georgetownophobia! They scare the you-know-what out of me! ~ Norman E. Hooben
"Ikhwan-101" – Georgetown Profs Team Up With Suspected MB Front
by Abha Shankar ~ IPT News

Two of Georgetown University's top faculty in religion are partnering with a private Virginia think
tank long suspected of serving as a front for the Muslim Brotherhood.
The think tank in question, the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), twice has been the subject of law enforcement investigations, once during the 1980s and again starting in 2003. Its senior leaders were listed among "members and leaders of the IKHWAN [Muslim Brotherhood]" in the United States in records obtained by the IPT from a closed FBI investigation through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Georgetown professors John Voll and Jonathan Brown each are listed as faculty members at the Fairfax Institute, an IIIT school. Voll and Brown also occupy senior faculty positions at Georgetown's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU).
The center received a $20 million gift from Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in 2005.
The Fairfax Institute offers certificates in Imam and Muslim Community Leadership and in Islamic Thought. That may sound benign on its face, but the Institute's parent, the IIIT, long has touted the "Islamization of Knowledge," a program which makes Islam the key to solving society's ills.
In implementation plans, IIIT co-founder Ismail al-Faruqi made it clear his institute's outreach was not about teaching Westerners about Islam. Rather, its purpose is to infuse superior Islamic principles to add revelation to Western academic pursuits which are based solely on "reasoning."
While the Muslim community in the undeveloped world "is in many respects backward," Faruqi wrote in 1982, " the respect of possessing the truth, the ideological statement of it which is most conducive to religious, ethical, and material prosperity at the same time, the ummah is second to none. Because of Islam, the ummah alone possesses the vision required for the felicity of humankind, for history to be as Allah (SWT) has desired it to be."
During a 2010 lecture, Voll described Faruqi, a Muslim Brotherhood luminary who was murdered in 1986, as "a good case of the modern intellectual who is a believer and provides a good example for thinking about what it means to be a 'believing intellectual' in the modern era."
ACMCU founding director John Esposito was a student of Faruqi's at Temple University.
IIIT, located about 22 miles from Washington, D.C. in Herndon, Va., also was investigated for possible terror financing. A 2003 search warrant affidavit alleged that the think tank was part of a network of up to 100 non-profit and for-profit organizations, inter-related through corporate officers and holding companies that facilitated terrorist funding. Financial records reviewed by law enforcement officials exhibited "a convoluted web of multiple transactions between related corporations and charities that made it virtually impossible for federal investigators to ascertain where the money ... ultimately went."
Some of the money that was clearly traceable included direct payments to a Florida think-tank which then was home to at least four members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad's Shura Council, in effect, its governing board. One of those directors, Ramadan Shallah, has led the terrorist group since late 1995.
Sami Al-Arian, a former University of South Florida professor who created the World and Islam Studies Enterprise (WISE), self-identified as the PIJ board's secretary. Al-Arian also ran a charity called the Islamic Committee for Palestine (ICP) which was described as "the active arm of the Islamic Jihad Movement Palestine" but was called ICP in America "for security reasons." ICP rallies routinely featured PIJ spiritual leader Abdel Aziz Odeh and PIJ imagery.
IIIT President Taha Jaber Al-Alwani "spoke at ICP conferences with Al-Arian, Shallah, Sheik Odeh (spiritual leader and co-founder of PIJ) and Sheik Rahman (the 'Blind Sheik' convicted of conspiracy to blow up New York tunnels and the United Nations in New York in October 1995). Inasmuch as ICP conferences were, in essence, PIJ conferences, Alwani has long been a supporter of PIJ," the 2003 affidavit said.
In a 1992 letter to Al-Arian, Al-Alwani referred to WISE as "a part of us and an extension of us." Records also list Al-Alwani as chairman of the WISE board of trustees.

In a 2014 IIIT promotional video, Voll says the institute helps American
academics "have a more global view of Islam."

A look at past statements by Voll and Brown shows their consistent pattern of embracing and defending Islamists, including Al-Arian, who was deported from the United States a year ago and is believed to be in Turkey.

A 2007 article Voll co-authored with Esposito described Al-Arian as "a proud and committed American and Palestinian professor and activist" and claimed that both Al-Arian and the American justice system has become "casualties of the erosion of civil liberties post-9/11."
Brown, likewise, has played down the threat from radical Islamists, and has alleged rising Islamophobia to have led to wrongful convictions in a number of federally-prosecuted terrorism cases.
Muslims care about a lot of issues, Brown said last May at a conference organized by the Islamist groups Muslim American Society and the Islamic Circle of North America. That includes events in Kashmir, the Palestinian cause and more. "Or whether it's here in America, whether it's Muslims targeted for entrapment by the Justice Department or whether it's Muslims who are convicted of crimes that they didn't commit because the justice system is biased against them. Because racism and stereotypes against Muslims are allowed to influence the outcome of trials."

This, he claimed, has a chilling effect on free speech.
"It's scary to get up and speak out about Palestine, it's scary to get up and speak about how Muslims who are accused of terrorism might not be guilty and we need to give them the benefit of the doubt."
In a July 2011 interview with The Egyptian Gazette, Brown dismissed any danger from Islamists gaining power in the Egyptian elections following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak: "I do not think life in Egypt will dramatically change if the president or ruling party are self-proclaimed 'Islamists.' Egypt is already a very Islamic society: no-one drinks in the street, people dress conservatively, even the financial system has to justify its operations in terms of Islam."
"The country is too important to write off and this is not 1979," he added. "The 'Islamic threat' so often touted by Western pundits has been undermined by factors like AK Party rule in Turkey, and it will be less frightening when people see that Egypt is not much different from before."
But once in power, the Brotherhood moved to amend the Constitution to entrench its hold on government, and violently suppressed public protests. Brown was right to distinguish Egypt from Iran in 1979, though. Egypt, unlike the Islamic Republic, still had an independent military which forced the Islamists from power after spontaneous street demonstrations attracted millions of people demanding change.
Voll and Brown already enjoy ample interaction with Islamists through their Georgetown faculty posts.
The ACMCU had to postpone a program on "Egypt and the Struggle for Democracy" in the fall of 2013, after it was revealed that the only Coptic Christian panelist invited was a member of Egypt's Nazi Party.
At a 2012 IamY (Inspiring American Muslim Youth) convention, Brown claimed Muslims were falsely implicated in terrorist cases and blamed Islamophobia for this. As an example, he cited the case of a Staten Island man who was "tried for including the Hizballah channel in a cable package he's offering." The Staten Island man, who Brown claimed was "not even doing anything...just offering a cable channel," in fact pleaded guilty to providing support to the terrorist group Hizballah and was sentenced to 5½ years in prison.
Brown further asserted that al-Qaida operative Tarek Mehanna was convicted "because he simply put up on his website some al-Qaida videos with translations." Mehanna was sentenced to 17½ years in prison in 2012 on terrorism-related charges that included travel to the Middle East to obtain military-type training at a terrorist camp to prepare for jihad against U.S. interests, including American and allied troops stationed in Iraq.
He also criticized the long prison sentences meted out to several senior officials tied to the Holy Land Foundation for funneling millions of dollars to the U.S.-designated terrorist group Hamas: "You have people now, people who ran the Holy Land Foundation charity organization in this country in prison for 60-80 years. Underground, for what? Feeding orphans?" In 2008 a federal jury found all defendants in the trial guilty on all counts of helping finance Hamas.
Brown's boss at Georgetown University, John Esposito, testified as an expert witness for the defense.
In comments provided to the IPT, Jeffrey Bale, an expert on violent political and religious extremism at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS), California, expressed concern at "the affiliation of Professors Voll and Brown with a school linked to the IIIT, a well-known component of the Muslim Brotherhood network in the U.S."
"Both students and other observers who recognize the essentially anti-democratic agendas of such Islamist groups should be concerned about this formal affiliation with the Fairfax Institute because it is another indicator of the pro-Islamist biases of these particular academics," Bale said.
Despite its known radical ties, IIIT continues to operate ostensibly as a legitimate academic institution that seeks to "bridge the intellectual divide between the Islamic tradition and Western civilization" through various funding and outreach programs with mainstream American universities and colleges and government-funded institutions.
In 2005, in line with its funding of WISE at USF in the 1990s, the Virginia think tank offered to endow a chair in Islamic Studies at the University of Central Florida outside Orlando. IIIT also made a $1.5 million grant to George Mason University in 2008 to help expand its Islamic studies program.
IIIT tax records list similar grants, including $25,000 to Georgetown University in 2010; $597,000 to Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y. between 2008-2012 as well as an additional $500,000 gift for Nazareth to fund the IIIT Chair of Interfaith Studies; $25,000 to Clarion University Foundation in 2009; $5,000 to Binghamton University (The State University of New York) in 2009; and $10,000 to the Eastern Mennonite University in 2010.
In addition, IIIT signed a memorandum of agreement with Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., to promote academic exchanges that included hosting a program on Islam in collaboration with the radical Muslim Student Association and Student Life's Intercultural Programs at Shenandoah University.
Not every university has taken IIIT's money, however. In 2008, Temple University – where Faruqi once taught Esposito – refused $1.5 million in funding from IIIT for a chair in Islamic studies after concerns were raised about IIIT's alleged ties to terrorist organizations.
In addition to Georgetown professors serving on the faculty of the Fairfax Institute, the IPT investigation found that the Institute recently offered a course taught by instructors from Georgetown University's The Bridge Initiative titled, "Understanding Islamophobia in America."
"Students will learn about the history of the term 'Islamophobia' and its earliest manifestations; its parallels with similar prejudices that have affected other groups through time; the primary mechanisms that drive Islamophobia in the United States; its emergence in both liberal and conservative discourse; its manifestations in mainstream and social media; and creative ways to counter it," a course syllabus posted on the institute's website reads.
It comes as little surprise that the Initiative's project director is John Esposito.
See also...

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Religion In The News "...all of the major religions are different paths to the same God." Really? Has the Pope gone too far?

“American democracy is a sham...” See update below
Forward to the post below:
by Norman E. Hooben

There is something sinister going on in the world today.   We should all be aware of that but that is not so...altogether too many people in the world have no idea what is imminent and yet the signs are obvious.  The world is changing and not for the good!  The Communists/Bilderbergers/New World Order/G8/G20 Summit conspiracy groups have succeeded in their goal of destroying nationalism in the formerly independent countries of Europe; they have been reduced to states of the European Union (the European Union just one state of the New World Order sanctioned by the United Nations).  And no good has become of that!
We have a dictator wannabe sitting in the White House who not only has fundamentally changed the United States but has encouraged and supported the spread of Islam throughout the world...Islam, a so-called religion that has but one goal; domination!  Barack Obama has openly supported the Muslim Brotherhood an Islamist organization whose sole purpose in life is to destroy western civilization...since their founding in 1928!
" ...according to one captured document, the Brotherhood “understand their work in America is a grand jihad in eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house by their hands so that Allah’s religion [Islam] is victorious over all religions.” "
And now we have a Pope that some have already declared, "The Pope from hell." who seems to be encouraging a fundamental change in Catholicism.  Before we go on to what the Pope has to say let us get a basic understanding of what Catholics believed for centuries if not from the beginning:
A catechism is the name given to a written work that contains a summary of all the beliefs of the faith that is used as a teaching tool.
Until the second half of the twentieth century, for millions of Catholics in the United States the word catechism meant the Baltimore Catechism, which originated at the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore in 1884 when the bishops of the United States decided to publish a national catechism.  The Baltimore Catechism contained 421 questions and answers in thirty-seven chapters and gave unity to the teaching and understanding of the faith for millions of American Catholics.  Its impact was felt right up to the dawn of the Second Vatican Council in 1962.
At that time, Blessed John XXIII articulated a vision for the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council that charged them to guard and present more effectively the deposit of Christian doctrine in order to make it more accessible to the Christian faithful and all people of goodwill in the contemporary world.  Eventually, it became clear that the development of a new universal catechism would be beneficial, especially since the Church has grown and the world has changed significantly since 1566.
In 1985, at a synod of bishops in Rome convened to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council, a proposal to develop a universal catechism for the Catholic Church was made and accepted.  The outcome was the Catechism of the Catholic Church, first published in 1992,  A new edition with some modifications was released in 1997. (continued here )
In the Catechism of the Catholic Church it states: " After the Council of Chalcedon, some made of Christ's human nature a kind of personal subject. Against them, the fifth ecumenical council, at Constantinople in 553, confessed that "there is but one hypostasis [or person], which is our Lord Jesus Christ, one of the Trinity."93 Thus everything in Christ's human nature is to be attributed to his divine person as its proper subject, not only his miracles but also his sufferings and even his death: "He who was crucified in the flesh, our Lord Jesus Christ, is true God, Lord of glory, and one of the Holy Trinity.""  It does not say, "Buddha" does not say, "Allah" says, "Jesus Christ is true God.
Probably the most concise beliefs of Catholics is boldly said at every mass when the entire congregation recite the Apostle's Creed:
I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth;
and in Jesus Christ, His only Son Our Lord, Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried.
He descended into Hell; the third day He rose again from the dead;
He ascended into Heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God, the Father almighty; from thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead.
 I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. Amen.
With that said regarding Catholicism, Islam...Muslims, if you will, believe there is no god but God and Muhammad is his messengerFor Muslims, there is no entity worthy of worship but Allah. Allah has no partners, no progeny and no gender.  Further...Sura 109 states:
9:5. Then when the Sacred Months have passed, then kill the Mushrikun {unbelievers} wherever you find them, and capture them and besiege them, and prepare for them each and every ambush. But if they repent and perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat {the Islamic ritual prayers}), and give Zakat {alms}, then leave their way free. Verily, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.
So Allah has no partners and if you don't believe that then it's OK to kill you.  My question for the Pope is, "Where do you see any semblance of Christianity (or any other religion) with Islam on our journey to meet with God?" ...or as some would say, "Are you the Pope from hell?" ~ End of my commentary

One World Religion: Pope Francis Says All Major Religions Are ‘Meeting God In Different Ways’
One World Religion - Apostleship Of Prayer
A new video has just been released in which Pope Francis very clearly expresses his belief that all of the major religions are different paths to the same God. He says that while people from various global faiths may be “seeking God or meeting God in different ways” that it is important to keep in mind that “we are all children of God”. This is the most recent example that shows that the Pope has completely abandoned any notion that a relationship with God is available only through Jesus Christ. As he has done throughout his papacy, he continues to lay the groundwork for the coming one world religion, and yet hardly anyone seems upset by this.
When I first heard of this new video, I was so stunned that I thought that it might be a joke. But the truth is that this video is very real. The following comes from an article that was put out by Catholic News Agency
The Pope’s first-ever video message on his monthly prayer intentions was released Tuesday, highlighting the importance of interreligious dialogue and the beliefs different faith traditions hold in common, such as the figure of God and love.
Many think differently, feel differently, seeking God or meeting God in different ways. In this crowd, in this range of religions, there is only one certainty that we have for all: we are all children of God,” Pope Francis said in his message, released Jan. 6, the feast of the Epiphany.
But it isn’t just Pope Francis speaking in this video. In fact, one section of the video features leaders from various global religions expressing faith in their respective deities. The following comes from an article about this new video that was posted on Christian News Network
The video then features clips of those from different world religions declaring belief in their various deities.
I have confidence in Buddha,” a female lama announces.
I believe in God,” a rabbi affirms.
I believe in Jesus Christ,” a priest states.
I believe in Allah,” an Islamic leader declares.
Are you shocked yet?
The Pope closes the video with an appeal for people from every religion to talk with one another and to work with one another. Here is more from Catholic News Agency
Later on, after the Pope affirms that all, regardless of their religious profession, are children of God, the faith leaders state their common belief in love.
Pope Francis closes the video by expressing his hope that viewers “will spread my prayer request this month: that sincere dialogue among men and women of different faiths may produce fruits of peace and justice. I have confidence in your prayers.”
If you have not seen this video yet, it is definitely worth a few minutes of your time. You can watch it right here
Of course this is not the first time that Pope Francis has done something like this. Very early in his papacy, he authorized “Islamic prayers and readings from the Quran” at the Vatican for the first time ever. And as I documented in a previous article entitled “In New York, Pope Francis Embraced Chrislam And Laid A Foundation For A One World Religion“, during his visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan he made it very clear that he believes that Christians and Muslims worship the same God. The following is how he began his address

I would like to express two sentiments for my Muslim brothers and sisters: Firstly, my greetings as they celebrate the feast of sacrifice. I would have wished my greeting to be warmer. My sentiments of closeness, my sentiments of closeness in the face of tragedy. The tragedy that they suffered in Mecca.
In this moment, I give assurances of my prayers. I unite myself with you all. A prayer to almighty god, all merciful.
In Islam, one of Allah’s primary titles is “the all-merciful one”. If you doubt this, just do a Google search. And this certainly was not the first time that Pope Francis has used such language. For example, check out the following excerpt from remarks that he made during his very first ecumenical meeting as Pope…
I then greet and cordially thank you all, dear friends belonging to other religious traditions; first of all the Muslims, who worship the one God, living and merciful, and call upon Him in prayer, and all of you. I really appreciate your presence: in it I see a tangible sign of the will to grow in mutual esteem and cooperation for the common good of humanity.
The Catholic Church is aware of the importance of promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – I wish to repeat this: promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – it also attests the valuable work that the Pontifical Council for interreligious dialogue performs.
Are you starting to get the picture?
Pope Francis believes that all religions are different paths to the same God, and he is working hard to lay a foundation for the coming one world religion.
After watching this most recent video, I don’t know how anyone can possibly deny that.
However, there are some religious people that Pope Francis does not like. Just recently, he referred to Christian fundamentalism as “a sickness“, and he made it clear that there was no room for it in Catholicism.
So precisely what is “fundamentalism”?
Google defines it as “a form of a religion, especially Islam or Protestant Christianity, that upholds belief in the strict, literal interpretation of scripture.”
Does this mean that Pope Francis is against any Christian that believes in a literal interpretation
That does appear to be what he is saying, and without a doubt those would be the Christians that would be against the kind of one world religion that he appears to be promoting.
Nearly 2000 years ago, the Apostle John warned us that a one world religion was coming, and now we can see that it is coming to fruition.
So what will the end result of all of this be?
Please feel free to tell us what you think by posting a comment below
On a more congratulatory note, The Pope has had the courage to say: (What I've been saying since day one!)
Vatileaks: Pope Says US Democracy Is Dead, Obama A “Dictator”
Pope Francis has called Barack Obama a “DICTATOR” and warned that he is “tearing up the constitution.”
A disturbing Federal Security Services (FSB) report on the warning letter sent to the European Union in Brussels by the pope this week warns that Obama no longer respects the constitution and is shamelessly ignoring democratic process.
In reference to Obama taking it upon himself to bypass Congress and begin changing laws this week, the report states, “Whether you agree or disagree with the idea of restricting firearm sales, the move by Obama was that of an apprentice dictator.”
But according to the pope, it gets even WORSE.
“The USA has given up on democracy. We no longer have a democracy there. We have an oligarchy lining its own pockets and looking out for itself, ignoring the rule of law. Corruption at the highest level is endemic.”
Pope Francis’s claims are backed up by a recent study by Princeton University Prof Martin Gilens and Northwestern University Prof Benjamin I Page.
“Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on US government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence.”
Americans do enjoy many features central to democratic governance, such as regular elections, freedom of speech and association and a widespread (if still contested) franchise. But we believe that if policymaking is dominated by powerful business organizations and a small number of affluent Americans, then America’s claims to being a democratic society are seriously threatened.”
Eric Zuess, writing in Counterpunch, isn’t surprised by the survey’s results.
American democracy is a sham, no matter how much it’s pumped by the oligarchs who run the country (and who control the nation’s “news” media),” he writes. “The US, in other words, is basically similar most other dubious ‘electoral’ ‘democratic’ countries. We weren’t formerly, but we clearly are now.
L’Observatore Romano, the semi-official newspaper of the Holy See, says that these remarks are just the latest in a long line of outspoken behind-the-scenes statements made by the pope in the last few months. The Italian press  have dubbed these statements ‘Vatileaks.’
Meanwhile...not to change the subject...but!
For all of you who do not believe in FEMA camps or conspiracies, check this out: 

Monday, January 11, 2016

WORD OF THE DAY... piteous


WILLIAM SHATNER ON "GUN CONTROL"A MUST WATCH AND SHARE!Thank you Michael Krausman for sharing this....
Posted by 100 Percent FED Up on Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Well let's see, I predicted a race war, a civil war, and a world war...looks like the race war is about to begin.

CNN host Fareed Zakaria calls for jihad rape of white women

Fareed Zakaria, CNN host of 'Foreign Affairs,' a program focusing on international events, has in his private blog called for the merciless rape of white females by Islamic minority groups shortly after openly gloating over the rise in premature deaths of white males in his article in The Washington Post.

Zakaria's blog post unapologetically calls to increase the death rate of white Middle America by systematically targeting Caucasian females.

"The white race is rightfully failing because it is a foolish, arrogant, and self-absorbed ethnicity that has racism infused into its very genes. While the sharp incline of the death rate of white males is a good start, the solution to the 'white question' will not be reached until there is a sharp decline in the population of white females as well. Much more needs to be done in this regard if this country is ever to advance from its ignorant backwardness towards being an actually inhabitable nation.

Thankfully, the Prophet Muhammad has given us a foolproof way to speed up the decline of a vanquished nation by treating their women as our sex slaves. They may try and fight the unstoppable tide, but their resistance will grow only weaker as the white race loses its ability to keep its head above water. We may yet see some final convulsions before white Middle America is decreased to a manageable number where it can be more easily controlled."
The blog post was removed from Zakaria's blog within a few hours, after it began to receive negative attention.

CNN officials have refused to take action against their employee, stating that there was no evidence of hate speech or racism in Zakaria's writings because he only targeted whites and not minorities. "Some people are just being too sensitive," a CNN representative said in defense of Zakaria, adding that "someone's hurt feelings should not inhibit our right to free speech."

"Every death of a white person brings tears of joy to my eyes," Zakaria posted on his Twitter account shortly after having to remove his blog post, in what is believed to be a passive-aggressive response to his critics.

While many have indeed expressed emotional pain and fear after reading his controversial statements, no apology has been heard from Zakaria or CNN at the time of this writing.