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  • Former Border Patrol agent warns what’s coming

    07/20/2014 2:46:28 PM PDT · 1 of 18
    wtd
    In this video, Zach Taylor, retired border patrol agent expresses serious concerns about the communicable diseases associated with the migrants currently witnessed crossing the southern border of the US unimpeded. He relates the current Ebola crisis in Western African nations which uncharacteristically started/spread in three of the West African nations largest cities - rather than in the typical isolated cases of the past starting in remote jungle locations-suggesting even the possibility of this being intentionally tested in urban settings. DHS is not provided details by CDC of the magnitude or location of the migrants carrying these communicable diseases.
    • "The problem, as I see it, and as apparently the Center for Disease Control, Health and Human Services, and the Department of Homeland Security are trying to make this a controlled situation, they are anticipating a large national crisis. When you see that FEMA is preparing for 200 million deaths in the United States, that tells you something.

      When you see that the government is trying to control the supply of ammunition, and that basic medical supplies are in short supply in southern Arizona, something is wrong. They are anticipating something drastic.

    • 9:57
      "Not only are they[feds] messing with the [border] agents pay right now, they [feds] are telling them [border agents] to run away from assault. If somebody wants to fight, leave them alone. Don't shoot at anybody.

      They just told the border patrol here that they are not going to get any ammunition for their weapons until 2015. What's that about?!

      They are not going to have any practice ammo for their carfors(sp?) until 2015? Well thats over a year away. FY2015 starts in October 2015. So, what is it that the border patrols agents are not going to get where historically, Department of Homeland Security used to buy ammunition for the border patrol by the boxcar load."

    • Interviewer asks: You're saying the border patrol agents in Tucson sector have to ration their ammunition for the next 14-15 months?
    • Zach Taylor:
      "They can't use it. They're doing zero accountability. In other words, they can't shoot any of it. And it's being accounted for round for round.
  • U.S. to invest 11 mln USD to fight HIV/AIDS

  • China Grove, NC school buses take illegals w/EBT cards to Walmart

    07/14/2014 7:05:39 PM PDT · 1 of 100
    wtd
    From the comments section at the YouTube link:

    Sean Brown at Mad World News is reporting that the lady that filmed this is Sylvia Locklear. link

    Sylvia Locklear posted the video originally to her Faceboook account.

    This video was recorded in the parking lot of the Walmart in Concord, NC which is in Cabarrus County County.

    She says that the illegal immigrants were all using government issue debit cards to make their purchases in line at Walmart.

    Not only could they barely speak English, but one of them had said they had just arrived in America.

    The Concord Police department is not returning calls on this matter and we have not heard from the Sheriff yet.

    William Gheen

    www.alipac.us

  • Rockets hit Eilat ahead of gov’t meet where ceasefire may be accepted

    07/14/2014 6:01:54 PM PDT · 5 of 6
    wtd to Sarah Barracuda
    Netanyahu needs to consider Sultan Knish's latest essay ...

    A Game Changer in Gaza

    Terrorism is a game. The rules are simple.

    You have three choices.

    • 1. Destroy the terrorists.
    • 2. Live with terrorism.
    • 3. Give in to the terrorists.

      There are no other choices.

  • Is A Digital Bible Less Holy? U.S. Officials Increasingly Sworn In On Tablets

    07/14/2014 5:55:41 PM PDT · 2 of 28
    wtd to Olog-hai

    Does the kindle also contain digital versions of the qur’an ? If so, how can one be sure which book the kindle represents when the swearing in ceremony is taking place?

  • Mexico And Guatemala Reach An Agreement

    07/14/2014 3:43:05 PM PDT · 12 of 13
    wtd to Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
    I read the earlier thread but recognized no satire in the posted material.

    Here is a Mexican source with video partially in english on the same subject.

    • El Universal: International crossings were ordered to increase the development

      El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.

      *****

      Begs the question . . .Why/What interest would the ex-PM of Greece, have in the invasion of the USA? Didn't he do enough damage to the Greek economy?*****

      According to Wiki, Papandreou

    • was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota
    • and was educated in both US and Canada and states:
    • In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as "Diplomat of the Year",[5][6] naming him as "The Bridge-Builder" and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the "architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement".[7]
    • In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.

      Transcript of the edited video interview:

      It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings. This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.

      [break]****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.

      Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.

      The sense that people want to find a better life.

      I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to - not to - push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.

      We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.

      One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls - people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.

      [break]*****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.

      The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.

  • Map: These Are the Places Central American Child Migrants Are Fleeing

    07/14/2014 6:53:33 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    wtd to wtd; Rockitz; All
    re:
    "If you look at the top 6 countries for homicide rate in the world, 4 of them are in Central America. Honduras, Belize, El Salvador, and Guatemala."-Rockitz
    El Universal video report from Mexico also provides some eye-opening insight to the current border crisis:

    [*****Though this report is in Spanish, the video features an English speaker (Greek Georgios A. Papandreou??) discussing the need to address the poverty in Guatemala and Mexico by forcing compassion out of the undeserving wealthiest 1%'ers of the US. *****]

    Google translate of portion of printed report:

    • International crossings were ordered to increase the development

      Pena Nieto detailed the five lines of action of the program begins with the ordering of border traffic for crossing minimum of information.

      To encourage formal access to Mexico to obtain the card Regional Away Guatemalans and Belizeans for free and with which the wearer can enter up to 72 hours to the states of Campeche, Chiapas, Quintana Roo and Tabasco be provided.

    [*****Belizeans? WTH? Isn't Belize the nation which Glenn Beck runs ads for Americans to move to?]*****
  • Map: These Are the Places Central American Child Migrants Are Fleeing

    07/14/2014 6:41:40 AM PDT · 18 of 20
    wtd to Rockitz
    re:
    "If you look at the top 6 countries for homicide rate in the world, 4 of them are in Central America. Honduras, Belize, El Salvador, and Guatemala."-Rockitz

    Glenn Beck airs advertisements for real estate in Belize (ThinkProgress link, but only one I could locate quickly, as Glenn Beck's sites do not post to it)

  • WOW! Dem Lawmaker Wants DHS to Process Illegals in Central America Before They Leave for US (Video)

    07/13/2014 1:54:09 PM PDT · 13 of 16
    wtd to PoloSec; All
    Over at WeaselZippers, a commenter posted a few paragraphs to a story (sans link) suggesting a formal agreement was reached between nations regarding this sudden migration to the US.

    This is the closest I could come up with for the actual story as presented from a conservative perspective . . .

    • NewsMax: Critics Slam Mexico-Guatemala Pact That Aims to Ease Migrants' Trek *****
    • ALSO from the cached page of misna.org:

      MIGRANTS: MEXICO AND GUATEMALA LAUNCH “SOUTH FRONTIER” Economy and Politics

      The South Frontier Program launched by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and his Guatemalan counterpart Otto Pérez Molina aims “to protect and safeguard the human rights of migrants entering and transiting through Mexico”.

      The initiative also foresees the establishment of five “Border transit centres of integral attention” by the Mexican government for safe assistance to unaccompanied migrant youths pending definition of their status.

      According to the two Presidents, intelligence services will also be stepped up in the border area in a bid to render more efficient the fight against human traffickers, “gangs that systematically attack both the immigrant population and residents of the region”, said Peña Nieto.

      Also Pérez Molina stressed that the program “is an example of how to improve the treatment of migrants and relations between brother nations”, in a regional context in which Mexico is accused of focusing only on its own migrants fleeing to the US, ignoring the impact of local criminality, often in complicity with government officials, on Central American migrants that cross into its territory.

      In regard, after the accord with Guatemala, Peña Nieto announced “contacts” also with immigration authorities of Salvador and Honduras in the same aim “of ensuring a safer and more orderly migration from Central America”.

      Mexico’s President emphasized that “we believe that the immigration phenomenon must be faced with a regional and humanitarian perspective, and with a shared responsibility”. [FB/BO]

      *****

    • Act of War on America – Mexico and Guatemala Sign Agreement to Fast-Track Invasion of U.S.

      Further searching provided this link to a story from a Mexican source (report in Spanish and English)

    • El Universal: International crossings were ordered to increase the development

      El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.

      *****

      Begs the question . . .Who is Papandreou and what and why would the ex-PM of Greece, have any interest in the invasion of the USA?

      According to Wiki, Papandreou

    • was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota
    • and was educated in both US and Canada and states:
    • In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as "Diplomat of the Year",[5][6] naming him as "The Bridge-Builder" and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the "architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement".[7]
    • In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.

      Transcript of the edited video interview:

      It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings. This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.

      [break]****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.

      Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.

      The sense that people want to find a better life.

      I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to - not to - push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.

      We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.

      One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls - people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.

      [break]*****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.

      The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.

      *******Also, coincidentally Putin kicks off Latin America tour with Cuba stop

  • [Vanity}: Why isn't it Mexico's problem to house, feed and take care of these "immigrant" kids?

    07/13/2014 10:26:22 AM PDT · 33 of 38
    wtd to Maceman
    Over at WeaselZippers, a commenter posted a few paragraphs to a story (sans link) suggesting a formal agreement was reached between nations regarding this sudden migration to the US.

    This is the closest I could come up with for the actual story as presented from a conservative perspective . . .

    • Act of War on America – Mexico and Guatemala Sign Agreement to Fast-Track Invasion of U.S.

      Further searching provided this link to a story from a Mexican source (report in Spanish and English)

    • El Universal: International crossings were ordered to increase the development

      El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.

      According to Wiki, Papandreou

    • was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota
    • and was educated in both US and Canada and states:
    • In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as "Diplomat of the Year",[5][6] naming him as "The Bridge-Builder" and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the "architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement".[7]
    • In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.

      Transcript of the edited video interview:

      It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings. This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.

      [break]****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.

      Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.

      The sense that people want to find a better life.

      I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to - not to - push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.

      We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.

      One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls - people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.

      [break]*****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.

      The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.

    • *******coincidentally Putin kicks off Latin America tour with Cuba stop

  • Say what

    07/13/2014 10:12:15 AM PDT · 13 of 15
    wtd to montag813
    Over at WeaselZippers, a commenter posted a few paragraphs to a story (sans link) suggesting a formal agreement was reached between nations regarding this sudden migration to the US.

    This is the closest I could come up with for the actual story as presented from a conservative perspective . . .

    • Act of War on America – Mexico and Guatemala Sign Agreement to Fast-Track Invasion of U.S.

      Further searching provided this link to a story from a Mexican source (report in Spanish and English)

    • El Universal: International crossings were ordered to increase the development
    • Note: El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.

      According to Wiki, Papandreou was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and was educated in both US and Canada and states:

      In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as "Diplomat of the Year",[5][6] naming him as "The Bridge-Builder" and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the "architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement".[7]
    • In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.

      Transcript of the edited video interview:

      It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings.

      This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.

    • [break]****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.

      Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.

      The sense that people want to find a better life.

      I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to - not to - push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.

      We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.

      One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls - people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.

    • [break]*****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

      We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.

      The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.

  • Christians should marry Muslims to tackle Islamophobia, says peer

    07/12/2014 6:03:03 AM PDT · 44 of 53
    wtd to 2ndDivisionVet
    " He said several times he was offered high six-figures to low seven-figures to convert to Islam. "

    By who? ...his superior officers, or from locals? How deeply infiltrated is our military brass? ...and how long ago were these lucrative offers made?

  • Watch what happens when Israel “knocks on the roof” of a terrorist home in Gaza (VIDEO)

    07/11/2014 4:56:12 PM PDT · 14 of 23
    wtd to minnesota_bound
    It certainly appears that the terrorists had
    • already vacated the self imposed target
    • had moved to the current location to precisely focus their camera on the anticipated warning knock and subsequent surgical strike. They were mocking Israel's futile response.
  • How the Taliban got their hands on modern US missiles

    07/08/2014 6:48:16 AM PDT · 12 of 23
    wtd to mgist
  • White House: Death of Palestinian a 'heinous murder'

    07/02/2014 4:48:05 PM PDT · 18 of 65
    wtd to Nachum
    Body of Arab boy found in Jerusalem forest

    Arabs from Shuafat claim the boy was kidnapped by Jews in a revenge attack, and certain Israeli elements rushed to lay suspicion on Jews for the act.

    The area were the kidnapping happened has security cameras installed, and police are reviewing the footage.

    There are unconfirmed reports that police have arrested a number of Arab suspects who were found driving in a car matching the description of the kidnapping vehicle, with suspicious items in the car.

  • Readers Digest: A World Without Meds

    07/02/2014 6:59:42 AM PDT · 1 of 8
    wtd
    From the link:

    A Shocking Epidemic

    It seems unfathomable in our high-tech medical system, but in 2007, 154 drugs were in shortage, a number that almost tripled to 456 in 2012, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

    Threatening medical-care options and patients’ lives, drug shortages have occurred in almost every pharmaceutical category. Antibiotics, cancer drugs, anesthesia, pain control, reproductive and gynecological drugs, cardiac medicine, psychiatric drugs, and intravenous-feeding solutions have all been in varying degrees of short supply or not available at all. Recently, nitroglycerin, an emergency room staple used to treat heart attack patients, has been in such severe scarcity that its sole U.S. manufacturer has restricted hospitals to 40 percent of their usual orders. A study published this March in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings attributed more than 15 documented deaths since 2010 to either lack of treatment or the switch to an inferior drug as a result of medication shortages.

    Though the FDA has scrambled to alleviate the crisis and physicians have become deft at juggling or substituting treatments, there is no comprehensive solution to this drug-supply breakdown, which has persisted for a complex array of reasons.

    The first is all about money. As generic drug prices have dropped, so have manufacturers’ profits. As a result, some manufacturers have failed to invest in infrastructure and quality control. To ensure safety, the FDA has taken regulatory actions that have halted supplies, with sterile injectable drugs, such as pain meds and chemotherapy, dominating the shortage list. (These are the most complex and costly generics to make.) The business model of just-in-time manufacturing—in which companies make drugs as patients need them but do not stockpile extra—leaves no margin for unexpected events.

    Noting that there are no shortages of big profit-generators, like Viagra, many practitioners and patients suspect less-than-honorable motives by drugmakers. Some experts suggest that manufacturers may have financial incentive to temporarily stop production of a drug. Medicare reform imposed certain price controls on generic drugs, but, due to a loophole, these controls are lifted if a manufacturer stops making the drug for six months.

    Limited manufacturing capacity is an important factor too. Over half the drugs on the FDA shortage list had only one or two manufacturers, according to a report by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics. Some blame hospital buying groups, middlemen that purchase drugs and supplies for many of the nation’s hospitals, which have awarded contracts to some manufacturers and not others, thereby suppressing competition and innovation. The result is that for any given drug, there may be only one or two generic manufacturers left to produce it, which can lead to shortages.

    Predatory middlemen are making the situation even worse. A congressional investigation led by Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Baltimore Democrat, has found that shady secondary wholesalers buy up drugs in shortage and resell them, often at exorbitant prices. This explains, in part, the haphazard ebb and flow of the shortages that makes them particularly hard to handle: One day the medicine is just gone, but there’s plenty the next.

    But as experts debate the cause of the shortages, there is no disagreement over their devastating impact. They’ve turned pharmacists into professional beggars and have forced doctors to change treatment protocols on the fly—in some cases, turning routine care into a roll of the dice. They’ve stopped clinical trials and have led to the suspension of the death penalty in some states that use lethal injection.

    Shortages are leading hospitals and patients to get drugs from less regulated and potentially less safe sources, such as drug compounders, specialty pharmacies that mix medications for individual patients. Some compounding pharmacies, which are not subject to regulation as stringent as that for drug manufacturers, have taken advantage of this and started churning out large volumes of drugs. But this can lead to safety issues. Such dangers became vividly clear in 2012, after contaminated steroids from the New England Compounding Center led to an outbreak of meningitis that killed 64 patients. A 2013 report by the Health and Human Services inspector general found that drug shortages have led 68 percent of U.S. hospitals to turn to compounders to make versions of medicine in short supply.

    Patients today have to cope not only with being sick or choosing between treatment options but also with the possibility that the drug they need may be available solely from a risky source—or not at all.

    Read more: http://www.rd.com/health/healthcare/drug-shortages/#ixzz36JrrLxps

  • New Evidence of MH370 Cockpit Tampering Emerges in Probe

    07/01/2014 7:28:30 AM PDT · 19 of 49
    wtd to sevinufnine
  • Dems put court in their '14 cross hairs after contraception ruling

    07/01/2014 4:28:24 AM PDT · 10 of 19
    wtd to Libloather

    Given recent compelling evidence of NSA, IRS and EPA intrusions against privacy, it’s not much of a stretch to suggest one or more of the seated judges will either have a sudden family or health emergency which will require their unexpected retirement.

  • Australia's '60 Minutes': Forced Marriage (child brides)

    06/30/2014 3:54:10 PM PDT · 6 of 15
    wtd to GeronL
    The UK Daily Mail ran a series of articles on related subject:
    • How three of the party's most senior figures campaigned for a vile paedophile group now being probed by police for 'abusing children on an industrial scale'
    • Documents found by Mail show link between Left-wing and paedophiles
    • Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey and Patricia Hewitt held senior positions at National Council for Civil Liberties before rising to top of the Labour party
    • The NCCL was an 'affiliate' of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), whose members may have abused children on an 'industrial scale'
    • Paperwork reveals NCCL helped lobby Parliament for the age of sexual consent to be cut to as low as ten and called for incest to be legalised Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2562555/Labours-child-sex-apologists-How-three-partys-senior-figures-campaigned-vile-paedophile-group-probed-police-abusing-children-industrial-scale.html#ixzz36ALWrrqm Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  • Australia's '60 Minutes': Forced Marriage (child brides)

    06/30/2014 2:52:01 PM PDT · 1 of 15
    wtd
    Nice to see these reports surfacing on the msm. Although reports of this nature are prepared for airing, some do not make it to the general viewing public...such as:

    • Aussie jihad cell funded for 19 years by taxpayers
      This was pulled off AUSTRALIA’s Today Tonight and never aired! This clip was made by Today Tonight, Channel 7 a while ago. Due to political correctness it was decided not to broadcast it. However it has been leaked out. Judge for yourself, and pass it on ... to EVERYBODY! How despicable is this????????? Damn cheek of it!!!

      Perhaps by posting these links for further viewing, we can instigate serious consideration by our elected officials - of the issues faced by PC western governments which effectively pay the jizya tax to Muhammedan invaders through welfare and social services provided at unsuspecting taxpayers expense.

      As noted in the 60 minutes segment's closing statement - if Westerners are aware (as noted in the video report)of honor killings and child brides endemic to the Muhammedan community within the West - and yet authorities do nothing & say nothing to enforce existing laws . . then our governments also carry culpability.

  • What is a caliphate?

    06/30/2014 10:38:44 AM PDT · 20 of 27
    wtd to bramps
    journalist Fouad Hussein Called It In 2005, His Prediction About the Course of Jihad Eerily Predict Today's Events as it regards the resurgent Caliphate.
    • What is a 'caliphate'? Iraq Conflict - BBC News

      BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner explains the meaning of a caliphate and the impact of ISIS.

      Unfortunately, no mention of the diabolically brutal shariah enforcements such a Caliph bears upon it's conquered societies.

  • Journalist, Fouad Hussein Prediction '05 @Course of Jihad Eerily Predict Today's Events

    06/30/2014 9:23:19 AM PDT · 4 of 4
    wtd to wtd
    What is a 'caliphate'? Iraq Conflict - BBC News

    BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner explains the meaning of a caliphate and the impact of ISIS.

    Unfortunately, no mention of the diabolically brutal shariah enforcements such a Caliph bears upon it's conquered societies.

  • Journalist, Fouad Hussein Prediction '05 @Course of Jihad Eerily Predict Today's Events

    06/30/2014 8:48:34 AM PDT · 1 of 4
    wtd
    Too many coincidences to overlook
  • Sudan 'apostasy' woman takes refuge in US Embassy, (Meriam Ibrahim)

    06/27/2014 4:22:37 PM PDT · 8 of 14
    wtd to Vigilanteman

    She spoke in brief measured tones ...very wise. Few could maintain such dignified statement given the immense threat breathing down every door that has been opened to her and her protectors.

  • Sudan 'apostasy' woman takes refuge in US Embassy, (Meriam Ibrahim)

  • Fastest-Growing Minority Group In 2013? Not Latinos; Drop In Immigration May Be Cause

    06/27/2014 1:44:49 PM PDT · 7 of 21
    wtd to goodnesswins

    Define Asians -goodnewswins

    You beat me to it! In the UK, Asian=Muhammedan

  • The sleeper case that could bust open the IRS scandals

    06/27/2014 7:41:40 AM PDT · 18 of 29
    wtd to oldbrowser
    Oldbrowser wrote: "It almost looks like this administration intends to reward their supporters punish their enemies. "

    Thanks for the reminder, videotaped quote provides legal proof of "intent".

  • Video: VA whistleblower claims supervisors forced her to keep secret wait list

    06/26/2014 8:09:48 AM PDT · 4 of 7
    wtd to Enterprise

    If this breach of trust at the VA isn’t brought to “traditional “(how sad that such a clarification is even necessary) justice, every senior/elder can expect the same &/or worse under Obamacare’s undeniable ever tightening budget constraints.

  • Meriam Ibrahim Charged With Fraud, Prohibited From Leaving Country

    06/25/2014 11:16:39 AM PDT · 7 of 8
    wtd to BlatherNaut
    More on #1 Husband of Sudanese 'apostate' says fearful family wants out

    "We are worried. That's why we want to get out of here as soon as possible," Daniel Wani told AFP from a Khartoum police station where his wife, Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, 26, is being questioned. ...

    Police are investigating the authenticity of her travel documents after authorities stopped the family from leaving Sudan on Tuesday following an annulment of her apostasy death sentence.

    They were trying to travel to Washington, D.C., said Wani.

    "We are supposed to be there," he said, insisting there is nothing wrong with the travel documents.

    Ishag was detained by national security agents at Khartoum airport, despite the presence of United States embassy diplomats who were escorting them, Wani said. ..... "I'm the one who issued that travel document to her," Kau Nak told AFP. "My signature is on the back of the document."

    He said neither the police nor any other official had contacted him about its authenticity.

    "It is a normal document we give to our citizens when they are returning home. We gave that to her and her kids", Kau Nak said, explaining that Ishag is entitled to the document because her husband and children are South Sudanese.Kau Nak said he signed the papers, which are valid for three months, on Tuesday morning after they provided all relevant documentation including a marriage certificate.

    There are no direct flights to the United States from Sudan, which has been under an American trade embargo since 1997.

    "Nobody knows" how long the police investigation will take, one of Ishag's lawyers, Mohanad Mustafa said, adding that she was not under arrest.

    In Washington on Tuesday, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf downplayed the incident and said US officials would work with Khartoum to ensure the family would soon be on its way.

  • Sudan charges Meriam Ibrahim with fraud, bars her from leaving country

    06/25/2014 7:23:57 AM PDT · 2 of 8
    wtd to SeekAndFind
    Sudanese Christian still under police questioning: Lawyer

    Khartoum: A Sudanese Christian woman remained under investigation by Khartoum police on Wednesday, her lawyer said, a day after she was stopped trying to leave Sudan following annulment of her apostasy death sentence.

    Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, 26, is not under arrest but is being questioned at a police station over the authenticity of an emergency travel document issued by South Sudan, the lawyer Mohanad Mustafa told AFP.

    Her husband has been charged as an accessory.

  • Released Sudanese Christian woman charged

    06/25/2014 7:12:28 AM PDT · 10 of 11
    wtd to William of Barsoom
    Semantics...Exactly.

    Sudanese Christian still under police questioning

    Khartoum: A Sudanese Christian woman remained under investigation by Khartoum police on Wednesday, her lawyer said, a day after she was stopped trying to leave Sudan following annulment of her apostasy death sentence.

    Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, 26, is not under arrest but is being questioned at a police station over the authenticity of an emergency travel document issued by South Sudan, the lawyer Mohanad Mustafa told AFP.

  • Released Sudanese Christian woman charged

    06/25/2014 5:51:38 AM PDT · 3 of 11
    wtd to wtd
    Sudan Summons US Ambassador

    A diplomatic spat escalated Wednesday as Sudan summoned the US ambassador over Washington’s attempts to assist a mother who had been sentenced to death for refusing to denounce Christianity.

    Meriam Ibrahim, 27, was freed from death row on Monday but just one day later Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) re-arrested her at Khartoum’s airport. The NISS, a shadowy and feared institution, said on its Facebook page that Ibrahim and her family had been attempting to travel to the US with documents from the embassy of South Sudan, which split from its northern neighbor in 2011 after years of civil war. It said she was carrying a US visa, and that her attempts to use the documents were considered a “criminal offense.”

    Ibrahim’s husband, Daniel Wani, is a naturalized US citizen who said upon his wife’s release that he wanted to start a new life in the US. The State Department said Tuesday that officials were working with the Sudanese government “to secure [the family's] safe and swift departure from Sudan.” However, Ibrahim’s lawyer Elshareef Ali Mohammed told NBC News Wednesday that she had been transferred from NISS to police detention.

  • Released Sudanese Christian woman charged

    06/25/2014 5:40:23 AM PDT · 2 of 11
    wtd to wtd
    Released Sudanese Christian woman faces 2 new charges

    SUDAN — A Sudanese Christian woman who was sentenced to die for refusing to renounce her faith — and then released — has been charged on two criminal counts after trying to leave the African country for the United States, her legal team said Wednesday.

  • Released Sudanese Christian woman charged

    06/25/2014 5:37:33 AM PDT · 1 of 11
    wtd
    THIS IS DISGUSTING ISLAM.
  • Meriam Ibrahim "BANNED from leaving the country..."

    06/25/2014 12:59:24 AM PDT · 15 of 16
    wtd to RitaOK
    Both of HotAir.com's sources indicate she was "temporarily held"...which does not clearly indicate "release".

    Sudan summons U.S., South Sudan ambassadors in row over Christian convert

    "(Reuters) - The Sudanese Foreign Ministry summoned the American and South Sudanese ambassadors after a Christian-convert woman attempted to travel to the United States using documents issued by the embassy of South Sudan, the state's top security service said on Wednesday.

    The move escalated a diplomatic row over Mariam Yahya Ibrahim, 27, who was detained as she and her American husband and two children sought to fly out of Khartoum on Tuesday, a day after she was released from death row.

    Ibrahim was freed on Monday by an appeals court which canceled the death sentence imposed on her for having converted to Christianity from Islam, after the government came under what it called unprecedented pressure.

    "The airport passport police arrested Abrar after she presented emergency travel documents issued by the South Sudanese embassy and carrying an American visa," Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services’ media department said on Facebook, referring to Ibrahim by her Muslim name.

    "The Sudanese authorities considered (the action) a criminal violation, and the Foreign Ministry summoned the American and South Sudanese ambassadors," it added.

    Under Sudan's penal code, forging a document is punishable by up to five years in prison.

    Ibrahim's lawyer, Mohaned Mostafa, told Reuters that she is expected to stay in police custody for 24 hours.

    Her case triggered an international outcry and was closely monitored by Washington and London, who last month summoned the Sudanese charge d'affaires to protest against Ibrahim's initial death sentence.

    Following her brief release on Monday, Ibrahim was sent to a secret location for her protection after her family reported receiving threats, another one of her lawyers had said.

    In Washington, the U.S. State Department offered a different version of events on Tuesday, saying the Sudanese government had told the United States that Ibrahim had been detained for several hours and then released but that she had not been arrested.

    "The State Department has been informed by the Sudanese government that the family was temporarily detained at the airport for several hours by the government for questioning over issues related to their travel and I think travel documents. They have not been arrested," State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters.

    "The government has assured us of their safety," Harf added, saying that the U.S. embassy was "highly involved" in working with the family and the government to resolve the matter. "We are engaging directly with Sudanese officials to secure their safe and swift departure from Sudan."

    The United States has imposed economic sanctions on Sudan since 1997 over alleged human rights violations. It intensified sanctions in 2006 over Khartoum's actions in its conflict with rebels in the western region of Darfur.

    South Sudan, with a majority Christian population, became independent from Sudan after a public vote in 2011 that ended years of civil war between the two states. Islamic laws are applied in Sudan, where most of its people are Sunni Muslims.

    The relationship between the two Sudanese neighbors have been relatively calm since South Sudan's secession.

    (Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed in Washington; Writing by Yasmine Saleh; Editing by Jan Paschal, Steve Orlofsky and Mohammad Zargham)

  • Meriam Ibrahim "BANNED from leaving the country..."

    06/24/2014 7:20:43 PM PDT · 1 of 16
    wtd
  • Meriam Ibrahim 'tried to travel with American visa'

  • Meriam Ibrahim 'tried to travel with American visa'

    06/24/2014 6:01:43 PM PDT · 1 of 10
    wtd
  • Benghazi Book: Ambassador Stevens’ Petitions For More Security Rejected By Hillary

    06/24/2014 5:36:39 PM PDT · 22 of 24
    wtd to danamco

    Neither McCain nor Obama were worthy or qualified to hold that office. Both are loyal to enemies of this country.

  • Benghazi Book: Ambassador Stevens’ Petitions For More Security Rejected By Hillary

    06/23/2014 4:38:58 PM PDT · 11 of 24
    wtd to MrEdd
    " I would argue that the times call for a commander in chief with personal military experience. - MrEdd

    McCain fills that criteria, and frankly, I'm convinced he would NOT have been even the slightest bit of an improvement.

  • Poll: 65 Percent Disapprove Of Obama's Immigration Policies

    06/22/2014 4:10:09 PM PDT · 11 of 17
    wtd to jazusamo
    Cue Hollywood propaganda. ..be on the lookout for the Reese Witherspoon’s new film, The Good Lie based-on-a-true story about “The Lost Boys,” four Sudanese refugees who in the 1980s are taken under the wing of a plucky, single American woman. Brought to you by the folks who brought you “The Blind Side.” Note the comments at the link reveal a less than welcome appetite for the theme by it’s black audience.
  • Central American migrants are on a word-of-mouth exodus to the U.S.A.

    06/21/2014 6:26:57 PM PDT · 2 of 60
    wtd to FreeAtlanta

    Word of mouth doesn’t cover the expenses of such a journey. I smell BS

  • S.D. Republican Party calls for Obama impeachment

    06/21/2014 6:06:30 PM PDT · 5 of 32
    wtd to FlingWingFlyer

    Just had to burst that bubble...sigh

  • S.D. Republican Party calls for Obama impeachment

    06/21/2014 6:05:47 PM PDT · 4 of 32
    wtd to Theodore R.

    It’s a start...

  • S.D. Republican Party calls for Obama impeachment

    06/21/2014 5:55:43 PM PDT · 1 of 32
    wtd
    I'd love to see this snowball into a bipartisan avalanche...one can dream, right?
  • UKRAINE: Kseniya Simonova - Sand Animation (Will history repeat itself?)

    06/21/2014 3:07:54 PM PDT · 2 of 10
    wtd to UMCRevMom@aol.com
    Why must history repeat? Her sand animation is very powerful. Saw this a few years ago and enjoyed appreciated watching it again.
  • The Crisis of ISIS in Iraq - Was America the Midwife?

    06/21/2014 2:56:21 PM PDT · 4 of 9
    wtd to Noremac
    via WND: U.S. trained ISIS at secret Jordan base

    If it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck, quacks like a duck . . .midwife

  • Not News: DHS Sought 'Escorts For Unaccompanied Alien Children' — In January

    06/21/2014 9:15:48 AM PDT · 5 of 15
    wtd to PoloSec
    OT but related. . . As I was listening to a series of silly 60's songs on Youtube, it was interrupted by advertisements periodically.

    One ad was particularly annoying as it was a political ad aimed at illegal immigrants by Carl Shusterman, one of the top immigration law firms in the United States based out of Los Angeles.

    • Carl Shusterman CIR Bill provides RPI (registered provisional immigration status) to illegals.

      Free legal advice for breaking US immigration laws and challenging US soveriegnty.

  • Soros Report: White Working Classes 'Marginalised' By Mass Immigration

    06/20/2014 8:16:22 PM PDT · 9 of 17
    wtd to doc1019
    doc1019 wrote: Will this old fart just die already.

    Unless the next government RICO's the vast Soros empire, little will change.

  • Mexican Army Troops Invading Arizona, Shooting at U.S. Citizens

    06/20/2014 2:46:00 PM PDT · 28 of 40
    wtd to dvan

    THIS IS WHY BENGHAZI MATTERS!

    National Security is NOT a (THE) priority of this administration.