Monday, November 16, 2015

Obama Adviser Ben Rhodes: Our Refugee Plan Will Proceed, Despite Paris Jihad Attacks


Anonymous said...

Epitaph of the year: Best Way to stop Islamic terrorism? Reach out to Muslims hat tip VladTepes

Pastorius said...

od that's a boring article. That woman has a very hard time getting to her fucking point.

She's too intelligent to come right out and say, "Yeah, I'm a Jew, and every fiber of my being screams out at me this is not a good idea given the history of my people, but my prescription is, GIVE UP."

That's why she can't just get to the point.

Anonymous said...

Agree with the sentiment you expressed.

Mark Stein, "...don't worry: we already have a hashtag (#PrayForParis) and doubtless there'll be another candlelight vigil (and someone playing 'Imagine') of weepy tilty-headed wankers. Because as long as we all advertise how sad and sorrowful we are, who needs to do anything?

Futile sentiments expressed by a castrated culture should be addressed in the language they comprehend.

Witness the video clip of a pianist performing Lennon's "Imagine" within hours of the barbarous bloodletting at Bataclan, combined with the hipster/eifel/peace logo - a combination of artistically expressed sentiments of surrender to borderless, godless peace=chaos.

Pitiful to witness so many surrender to bleeding heart suicidal platitudes.

Perhaps an attempt to communicate in the suicidal hipster language they respond to we reach a thread of survival remaining in a few more .
Interlace another of Lennon's songs, "All we are saying, is give peace a chance", a song which lends itself to sound like a scratched 45 record skipping on a record player - insert gruesome images reminding viewers of each of the incidents on this list flashing between skips ISIS Reign Of Terror: Complete Timeline Of ISIS Attacks Since 2006 Until Paris Attacks between each skipped line "All we are saying, is give peace a chance" to illustrate/highlight how time reveals that kumbaya efforts have morbidly failed repeatedly.

Released in 1971, Imagine has long been an iconic but controversial song for it’s statements asking listeners to imagine no religion and no possessions as a means to make the case for people not fighting and killing each other, asking listeners instead to “imagine all the people, living life in peace”
which in reality results in "imagine all the people, dying to rest in peace" as Islam was given free reign could provide a much needed reality check