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- Phil Connors
I've never seen a President -- I don't care who he is -- stand up to [the Israelis]. It just boggles the mind. They always get what they want. The Israelis know what is going on all the time. I got to the point where I wasn't writing anything down. If the American people understood what a grip those people have got on our government, they would rise up in arms. Our citizens certainly don't have any idea what goes on.
-- Admiral Thomas Moorer, ex-Chariman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff


Posts for November, 2015

Remembering James Foley for what he was:
a hero on many levels

 Karina Bland  has published a beautifully written piece in AZ Central extolling the life of an American hero: James Foley, who is widely believed to have been decapitated by Daesh ghouls in Syria on or about Aug19|2015.  Bland describes Foley through the eyes of one of his former students from a school in an under-privileged neighborhood in Phoenix, AZ. It is clear that Foley was a hero on many levels because he was raised with highest values and respect for human life and he lived those values 



Some thoughts on why the West and NATO 
should roast Turkey this Thankgiving

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fascinates me, scares me, and annoys me. I have friends who go to Turkey on holiday and come back extolling it's culture, beaches, and cheap tourist deals,  but every since the Turks sodomized Peter O'Toole in "Lawrence of Arabia" and durn near sodomized Brad Davis in "Midnight Express," well . . . let's just say Ankara and Istanbul are not high on my bucket list.  Of course, I realize that much of my negative opinion is based on these outdated Hollywood character-assassinations of the entire country made by a handful of Odeon-type Jews before Turkey and Israel teamed up to take on Syria and Iran.  However, the dominant part of my anti-Turk bias is based on historic facts such as the Armenian Holocaust and Turkish support of Sunni terrorism for the last 20 years. I guess you could characterize my view of Turkey as a long-term love-hate affair, without the love. 



Bennett: "Anyone who lifts a hand against Israel must die."
My pictorial response

Naftali Bennett

The fact that control of the American corporate media is dominated by News Jews like Stu Schwartz, Ben Sherwood, Michael Bloomberg, Lesslie Moonvie, and  Jeff Zuker almost guarantees that you have never heard of Fadi Hoosh, a 22-yo Palestinian man who was torched and burnt to a crisp by Israeli settlers this week in the garbage dump of Kafr Kanna in the West Bank.



Five more reasons why Huffington Post 
ain't worth the paper it's written on. 

My inventory of reasons why HuffPo ain't worth the paper it's written has more than doubled since my last how-I-love-thee-let-me-count-the-ways anti- HuffPo rant.  Here is  the latest list of problems I see with the world's most popular Blog for Bimbos.      



A baker's dozen of examples of goofed-up grammar, 
shocking sentence structure, and pathetic punctuation
from all over the Internet








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