Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Milo Yiannopoulos - Breitbart: 'Cuckservative’ Is a Gloriously Effective Insult That Should Not Be Slurred, Demonised, or Ridiculed - "Another popular use of the term is as a reference to conservatives who 'virtue signal' with meaningless platitudes to suck up to places like MSNBC. Or it could just mean Sen. Lindsey Graham, Karl Rove, or, yes, Jeb Bush."




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‘Cuckservative’ Is a Gloriously Effective Insult That Should Not Be Slurred, Demonised, or Ridiculed

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Thus, “cuckservative” can mean many things. It could mean conservatives who are afraid of social exclusion and kowtow to the liberal media establishment. It could mean conservatives who play the left’s game of identity politics, accusing their internal opponents, such as Donald Trump, of being racist or sexist or rapey for spurious or opportunistic reasons.
Another popular use of the term is as a reference to conservatives who “virtue signal” with meaningless platitudes to suck up to places like MSNBC. Or it could just mean Sen. Lindsey Graham, Karl Rove, or, yes, Jeb Bush. 
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Susan Cornwell - Reuters: U.S. House conservative Mark Meadows files motion to oust Speaker Boehner - Any hope this will involve tar and feathers?


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U.S. House conservative files motion to oust Speaker Boehner

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A conservative member of the U.S. House of Representatives filed a motion on Tuesday to try to oust fellow Republican John Boehner from his leadership position, saying he was tired of a "punitive culture" against dissidents in the lawmaking body.

It is unlikely the motion by Representative Mark Meadows to remove Boehner as Speaker of the House will pass or even come to a vote, but it highlights the friction within the Republican Party ahead of a presidential election in 2016. ...

http://news.yahoo.com/u-house-conservative-files-motion-oust-speaker-boehner-004723948.html


RR Watch - Ann Corcoran: Denmark criticized for placing ads encouraging refugees to go elsewhere - "couple of stories that demonstrate the anger of the average Danish citizen."

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Denmark criticized for placing ads encouraging refugees to go elsewhere

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 28, 2015

Invasion of Europe news….

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In Denmark, beach goers say they are harassed by Syrian refugees.
Maybe we should be referring to the countries in Europe where the citizens have had it with the invasion by African and Middle Eastern so-called asylum seekers as ‘pockets of resistance’ as well!  For new readers, see our US ‘pockets of resistance’ category here.
One of the things that interests me about all the invasion news coming out of Europe is that rarely does the US media discuss how Europe is literally being overrun by migrants.
Have you even seen much news on Fox about this?  The NYT, I see has a brief AP story about the backlash going on in Germany earlier this week, but most American media says not a word about it.
In Denmark we have a couple of stories that demonstrate the anger of the average Danish citizen. 
Here we learn that girls at a beach are harassed by Syrian refugees:
Denmark: Syrian refugees harassing girls: “They follow after us, when we go home. It’s really scary.”
Then here is another story (hat tip: Maggie) about a homeless senior citizen who says she lost her apartment to refugees.

Meanwhile the Danish government is trying to stop the invaders entering Denmark with an advertisement campaign. 

Not endearing themselves to Danes!
The human rights industrial complex is howling!
From The Local:
“Integration Minister Inger StĂžjberg has come under considerable criticism from following her announcement last week that the Venstre government plans to run anti-refugee ads in foreign newspapers.
The minister said on Thursday that she is prepared to run advertisements in foreign newspapers that will contain information aimed at deterring refugees from coming to Denmark. ...

NewsMachete: "Anti-bullying classes" teaches kids about fake testicles and eating feces - "Who sponsors this awful workshop? Well, it's the "Governor's conference", and the governor of Iowa is Terry Bransted, a Republican. Other sponsors were OfficeDepot, the owners of T.J. Max & Marshalls & Homegoods, the University of Iowa, and the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa, among others."


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"Anti-bullying classes" teaches kids about fake testicles and eating feces

The gay rights movement has been very subversive in our schools. They claim they want kids to be taught tolerance towards gay kids, so they won't be bullied. But that's not what these tolerance and "anti-bullying" classes are really teaching. They are actually advocacy classes aimed at teaching a physically unhealthy lifestyle.

The latest example of this can be seen at a middle school classroom in Iowa:

The Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ Youth claims to be the largest homosexual youth conference in the nation, but contrary to popular opinion, its purpose is not fostering understanding in the schools or preventing bullying.

“Get that idea out of your head right now,” one attendee of the April 3 event told The FAMiLY LEADER. “There were only two sessions [among more than 20] that had anything to do with bullying. It’s a conference teaching kids how to: how to be confidently homosexual, how to pleasure their gay partners – one session even taught transsexual girls how to sew fake testicles into their underwear in order to pass themselves off as boys.” ...

Refugee R Watch - Ann Corcoran: How American is a Somali who runs for president of Somalia? - All the world can be US citizens, even foreign leaders? We are everyone--so we are no one. --tma


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How American is a Somali who runs for president of Somalia?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 28, 2015
This isn’t the first time a Minnesota Somali has run for president in Somalia, but it does beg the question—do people like St. Cloud resident Anab Dahir get to vote here and at the same time be a candidate to lead a foreign country?  And, do all those Somalis who have become American citizens (and some who vote who aren’t citizens!) get to vote in Somalia and here?
Shouldn’t they have to decide to which country they have loyalty?


I expect Anab Dahir has an easy time ‘campaigning’ in Minnesota, be interesting to see how she does in Somalia.
If she should win, will she go live in Somalia or govern from Minnesota?
If she goes to Somalia, doesn’t that mean that others of her countrymen should go there too?  And, in that case we sure shouldn’t be admitting NEW Somali refugees to the US.

We have admitted 6,226 Somali ‘refugees’ to the US in the first 9 months of fiscal year 2015, here.  Are they all going to vote here and in Somalia?

Just checked another US State Department data baseand found out that so far in FY2015, Minnesota got 846 new Somali refugees.  437 went to Minneapolis.  St. Cloud ‘welcomed’ 189 more Somalis and St. Paul got 76.  Small numbers went to 26 other towns and cities in Minnesota.
For new readers, the UN/US State Department sent 10,000 Somalis to Minnesota over the last ten years, here.  That number does not include the over 2,000 secondary migrants that go to MN each year from other locations around the US as the Somalis build an enclave in Minnesota.
From Midnimo:
“Men have led Somalia for 25 years and they’ve never done anything,” says Anab Dahir.
Anab Dahir, a medical clinic interpreter and 42-year-old mother of six living in St. Cloud, Minnesota, came to the United States from Somalia in 1997, seeking asylum in the Chicago airport. Now an American citizen, she is active in the rapidly growing Somali community in her Midwestern state. She has become so civic-minded, in fact, that she has decided to run for office — not in the U.S., but in her birthplace. Dahir is running to become the first female president of Somalia. “Men have led Somalia for 25 years and they’ve never done anything,” she says. “Now, it’s the women’s turn.”
I think Al-shabaab, the Islamic terrorists there, will have something to say about a woman leading the country of Somalia, don’t you?

PJ Buchanan: Could Trump Win? - Bottom line: Difficult to see enough primary % with GOP elites united behind another candidate--but just maybe.


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Could Trump Win?

The American political class has failed the country, and should be fired. That is the clearest message from the summer surge of Bernie Sanders and the remarkable rise of Donald Trump.

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Between his [Sanders] issues and Trump’s there is overlap. Both denounce the trade deals that deindustrialized America and shipped millions of jobs off to Mexico, Asia and China. But Trump has connected to an even more powerful current.
That is the issue of uncontrolled and illegal immigration, the sense America’s borders are undefended, that untold millions of lawbreakers are in our country, and more are coming. While most come to work, they are taking American jobs and consuming tax dollars, and too many come to rob, rape, murder and make a living selling drugs.
Moreover, the politicians who have talked about this for decades are a pack of phonies who have done little to secure the border.
Trump boasts that he will get the job done, as he gets done all other jobs he has undertaken. And his poll ratings are one measure of how far out of touch the Republican establishment is with the Republican heartland. ...

Monday, July 27, 2015

Ron Unz - The Unz Review - John McCain: When "Tokyo Rose" Ran for President - Was John McCain Vietnam's Tokyo Rose? Bottom line: Likely --tma


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John McCain: When "Tokyo Rose" Ran for President

[The recent remarks of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump have triggered a political media firestorm regarding the Vietnam War record of Sen. John McCain, resulting in a surge of renewed traffic to my "Tokyo Rose" piece, which I am now republishing below.
An even greater flood of attention has gone to Sydney Schanberg's original 8,000 word article, which I had published as a cover story for The American Conservative several years ago. I urge people to read that remarkable expose.
As a Pulitzer Prize winning former top editor at The New York Times, there are few living Americans who can match Schanberg's journalistic authority in this subject, and the fact that our entire American media has spent years entirely ignoring the explosive and massively-documented charges of one of its most distinguished members demonstrates to all of us that we are indeed living in the world of "American Pravda." I also include a link to my own discussion of Schanberg's remarkable findings]
Although the memory has faded in recent years, during much of the second half of the twentieth century the name “Tokyo Rose” ranked very high in our popular consciousness, probably second only to “Benedict Arnold” as a byword for American treachery during wartime. The story of Iva Ikuko Toguri, the young Japanese-American woman who spent her wartime years broadcasting popular music laced with enemy propaganda to our suffering troops in the Pacific Theater was well known to everyone, and her trial for treason after the war, which stripped her of her citizenship and sentenced her to a long prison term, made the national headlines.
The actual historical facts seem to have been somewhat different than the popular myth. Instead of a single “Tokyo Rose” there were actually several such female broadcasters, with Ms. Toguri not even being the earliest, and their identities merged in the minds of the embattled American GIs. But she was the only one ever brought to trial and punished, although her own radio commentary turned out to have been almost totally innocuous. The plight of a young American-born woman alone on a family visit who became trapped behind enemy lines by the sudden outbreak of war was obviously a difficult one, and desperately taking a job as an English-language music announcer hardly fits the usual notion of treason. Indeed, after her release from federal prison, she avoided deportation and spent the rest of her life quietly running a grocery shop in Chicago. Postwar Japan soon became our closest ally in Asia and once wartime passions had sufficiently cooled she was eventually pardoned by President Gerald Ford and had her U.S. citizenship restored.
Despite these extremely mitigating circumstances in Ms. Toguri’s particular case, we should not be too surprised at America’s harsh treatment of the poor woman upon her return home from Japan. All normal countries ruthlessly punish treason and traitors, and these terms are often expansively defined in the aftermath of a bitter war. Perhaps in a topsy-turvy Monty Python world, wartime traitors would be given medals, feted at the White House, and become national heroes, but any real-life country that allowed such insanity would surely be set on the road to oblivion. If Tokyo Rose’s wartime record had launched her on a successful American political career and nearly gave her the presidency, we would know for a fact that some cruel enemy had spiked our national water supply with LSD.
The political rise of Sen. John McCain leads me to suspect that in the 1970s some cruel enemy had spiked our national water supply with LSD. ...
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