Daily Archives: November 16, 2015

Europe’s “refugee” crisis is coming to America: 10,000 Syrians already here; Obama plans to bring in many times more

Netanyahu Just Responded To Paris Terror Attacks In A Way That Only Bibi Can…And Obama Won’t

REPOSTED FROM WESTERNJOURNALISM.COM

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World leaders responded to the savage acts of terrorism in Paris Friday with a strong outpouring of support for France, as well as a stinging condemnation of radical Islam and its disregard for human life.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among them, holding a special press conference on Saturday to address the attacks.

Netanyahu stated: “Israel stands shoulder to shoulder with President Francois Hollande and with the French people in the joint war against terrorism. I offer the condolences of the people of Israel to the families of those murdered, and wish those wounded a speedy recovery.”

He said: “I have been arguing for years that Islamic terror is attacking Israel and other countries because it simply wants to destroy us.”

Netanyahu also argued that an “attack on any of us needs to be seen as an attack on all of us.”

The prime minister has ordered Israeli security and intelligence agencies to give France every assistance possible.

In a statement issued by his office on Saturday, Netanayahu said that Israel has shared intelligence information at its disposal with the French.

One senior Israeli official relayed that Netanyahu said in a meeting that Israel has information relating to those involved in the Paris terror attacks.

Netanyahu said: “We are not exactly a marginal player in this field, and the information that we have we are sharing with France and other relevant countries, not just over the past day. It’s an important part of the cooperation against the terrorism of the Islamic State and of radical Islamic terrorism in general.

The prime minister has told the Israeli Foreign Ministry to tell French authorities to increase security around Israel’s embassy in Paris as well as Jewish institutions in France. He also said that reinforcements from Israel will be sent to help protect the embassy.

Netanyahu spoke out about terrorism in general, saying: “Terror is a systematic and targeted assault on innocent civilians. Nothing justifies the terrorism. We always need to condemn it, always need to fight it.”

 

US Intel Experts Warn Of ‘Gaping Holes’ In Refugee Vetting

Obama has ‘no strategy to defeat ISIS’

In the wake of the devastating attacks in Paris Friday, US intelligence experts have once again issued stark warnings that such terrorism could be imminent on home soil because there is no way to vet refugees coming into the country from the Middle East, and the White House has no strategy to defeat ISIS.

Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, the head of the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Michael McCaul, said that “There are a lot of holes — gaping holes,” in US defenses.

“We have hundreds of Americans that have traveled” to Iraq and Syria, he urged. “Many of them have come back as well. I think that’s a direct threat.”

McCaul once again said he has spoken with FBI and Homeland Security officials who say that “We don’t have the databases to vet them.”

“They tell me this cannot be properly done.” the Congressman added.

McCaul has consistently warned that ISIS has planned to use the refugee crisis to get operatives into the US.

“This causes a great concern on the part of policymakers, because we don’t want to be complicit with a program that could bring potential terrorists into the United States,” McCaul said.

In a separate appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the former head of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers, corroborated McCaul’s sentiments.

“I’m not sure why this shocked everybody,” Rogers said. “There is not a vetting process … that can vet every single individual refugee coming in on the refugee program.”

In testimony before the Senate last month, FBI Director James Comey stated that “gaps” remain in the vetting process, owing to a lack of intelligence on the ground in Syria.

Following the attacks in France, Obama announced that the plan to bring in 10,000+ refugees will not be reevaluated in any form, even as it emerged that some of the perpetrators appeared to have entered Europe disguised as migrants.

In appearances on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” both the chairmen of the Senate and House Intelligence committees agreed that the US currently has no strategy to defeat ISIS.

We’ve got to have a strategy. We don’t have a strategy in Syria as it relates to ISIL,” Sen. Richard Burr said. “The president talked the other morning about ISIL was contained. America learned within 24 hours that it’s not contained, it’s rampant.” he added.

Rep. Devin Nunes added that “You can’t fight ISIS unless you are willing to put a strategy together that deals with the failure of Libya, the problems in the Sinai, Iraq and Syria and Afghanistan-Pakistan region.”

“Fifty Special Forces [troops], which we’ve just upped in the last two weeks, that’s not enough to make a big impact,” he added.

Nunes also warned about the influx of undocumented refugees.

“There’s no possible way to screen them. It should be stopped immediately,” he said.

“Bottom line, if you don’t want refugees, you have to go into Iraq and Syria and defeat ISIS.”

Also appearing on “Face the Nation,” the former deputy director of the CIA, Michael Morell, urged that it was time for a re-think on a strategy to defeat ISIS.

“I think it’s now crystal clear to us that our strategy, our policy vis-à-vis ISIS is not working, and it’s time to look at something else,” Morell said.

Morell described the Pairs attacks as having “A level of sophistication that we have not seen since the London bombings in 2005.”

He also suggested that rather than going after the Syrian President Bashar al Assad, much as the western coalition did with Gaddafi in Libya, the solution to defeating ISIS may be to work with Assad.

“You know, clearly he’s part of the problem, but he may also be part of the solution, right?” Morell said. “An agreement where he stays around for a while and the Syrian army, supported by the coalition, takes on ISIS may be the best result here.”

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Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

 

Reporter Confronts Obama: ‘Why Can’t We Take Out These Bastards?’ (VIDEO)

US president grilled on lack of effectiveness of foreign military policy…

CNN’s Jim Acosta asked President Obama Monday, “Why can’t we take out these bastards?”

During a press conference at the G-20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey, Obama replied, “When we send troops in, those troops get injured, they get killed, they’re away from their families. Our country spends hundreds of billions of dollars. And so given the fact that there are enormous sacrifices involved in any military action, it’s best that we don’t, you know, shoot first and aim later. It’s important for us to get the strategy right and the strategy that we are pursuing is the right one.”

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PlayStation 4 May Have Been Used By Terrorists.

Paris terrorists may have used Playstation 4 to secretly plan attacks

Gaming console cited as a favorite device for terrorists planning incognito evil.

The terrorists who plotted the massive attack in Paris may have used an unlikely tool for their evil plot: Playstation 4.

Days before the shootings and bombings that left at least 129 people dead in the French capital, Belgian federal home affairs minister Jan Jambon specifically cited the gaming console as a favorite device for terrorists planning incognito evil.

“PlayStation 4 is even more difficult to keep track of than WhatsApp,” he said, according to Quartz.

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton has said the Paris militants, some of whom lived in Belgium, used encryption technology to secretly plan their assaults. Bratton did not name any specific devices, but a Forbes contributing writer noted that Sony’s Playstation 4 fits the profile of a perfect product for terrorist talk.

The newest Playstation, which is now the biggest selling game system in the world, allows players to chat in private gaming parties that are monitored with much less scrutiny than more obvious technology, like cell phones and computers. The terrorists also could have used the game themselves to communicate, writing messages or giving signals that even the most eagle-eyed authorities would have a hard time detecting.

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Michigan, Alabama, Texas, Arkansas Refuse to Accept Syrian Refugees in Wake of Paris Attacks

Growing Number of States Refuse to Accept Syrian Refugees in Wake of Paris Attacks

The Trans-Pacific Partnership could end US made clothing

BY ED ZWIRN FOR NYPOST.COM

The Trans-Pacific Partnership could end US made clothing

The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which was blasted by GOP front-runner Donald Trump in Tuesday’s presidential debate, will have an impact on the city.

Trump described the 5,544-page agreement — weighing in at about 100 pounds — as “a horrible deal, a deal that is going to lead to nothing but trouble.”

And it’s drawn bipartisan disdain. “The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a disastrous trade agreement designed to protect the interests of the largest multinational corporations at the expense of workers, consumers,” Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders said.

The deal would eliminate tariffs between the US, Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam — countries that, according to the US Trade Representative, collectively produce about 40 percent of world GDP.

A key NYC industry, clothing and apparel, is more divided in its take on TPP, with groups representing retailers and importers lining up in favor of the pact, which would eliminate tariffs on imports, while the local manufacturing base is in opposition.

According to Julia Hughes, president of the US Fashion Industry Association, 80 percent of her group’s membership expects the pact to affect their business practices. TPP “represents an important opportunity for American fashion brands, retailers, importers and wholesalers, who are already doing significant business in several TPP partner countries.”

Local manufacturers, not surprisingly, see things differently.

“They’re not encouraging the consumer to buy more American-made products,” says Ramdat Harihar, CEO of R&C Apparel, a Garment District producer of clothing for designers including Anna Sui and Nanette Lepore. “Retail companies like Forever 21 already deal strictly with imports,“ he says. “If they’re cutting tariffs, they will manufacture more overseas.”

In terms of his own business, Harihar sees a possible long-term dislocation if TPP results in more design activity migrating overseas. “Right now everything is based in New York City,“ he says. “What are these students from Parsons [School of Design] and other places I hire from going to do? Move to China?”

Before Saying, “I Support France,” Please Read This

REPOSTED FROM DR.HURD.COM

Comments from Evert Evertsen: There is a video in the first link which you do not want to watch if you have a weak constitution.

Until some of our members of Congress, LGBT group members, leaders of the Roman Catholic church and Progressives personally receive the type of treatment seen at this link: http://shoebat.com/2015/02/03/watch-horrific-video-isis-burning-pow-jordanian-pilot/
the expansion of the caliphate will continue unchallenged!

parisviolence Please don’t say things like, “I stand with France,” or “Those poor French people, victims of that attack!” unless you’re prepared to say and do the following things:

Stop saying “Islam” is about peace and love. It’s not. It’s about submission; the people who really get this are the ones who launch these attacks in the name of their religion.

Stop supporting politicians like Obama, who insist that Islamic nations like Iran have our same fundamental values and can be trusted with billions of dollars in unfrozen assets (Obama’s treaty), and who don’t mean what they say when they want to wipe Israel off the map.

Stop saying we don’t really need a strong military and we cannot, under any circumstances, use the full might of our military arsenal to do things to stop militant Islam in its tracks, to quite literally scare the Allah out of these people.

Unless or until you start to rethink your stance, you have no business expressing compassion towards the victims of people in attacks whose perpetrators – knowingly or not – you aid and support via your positions.

The president of France calls the attacks in Paris by militant ISIS supporters an “act of war.” Excuse me? Haven’t we been at war since at least 9/11? Even going back as far as 1979, when the first openly organized Islamic government, Iran, took Americans hostage and brutalized them for a year before setting them free?

We’re not supposed to admit we’re at war with Islam. But Islam has been at war with everyone else for decades now. And it’s not going to stop.

I am so sick of people saying, “We can’t fight terrorism with violence. We have to understand them and figure out what makes them act this way.”

Envy, brutality and collectivist/social/racial hatred are what make them act this way. They’re not going to change, and they’re not going to stop. By trying to appease and understand them every chance we get, they interpret this as weakness, because it is, from their point-of-view. They respond with more brutality. They’re not ever going to stop, any more than Hitler and the Nazis would have stopped if, instead of taking them on directly, we had said, “Let’s try to understand them.”

You cannot defeat a morally certain enemy without moral certainty. But we do not live in an age of moral self-assertion. It’s considered mean, unkind and politically incorrect.

You do not have moral certainty if you keep insisting that your enemy really does not mean it.

Stop waiting for the “moderate” or life-loving Muslims to come out of the closet and morally condemn their violent brethren. These moderates are nowhere to be found. Either they do not exist, or they’re too weak or frightened to take on the people who do these things in the name of their faith-based philosophy.

Obama has stated that these attackers do not share certain basic, universal values with the rest of us. But Obama is the one who insists we cannot really fight terrorists because they operate underground, without state-sanctioned armies, and the like. Obama is the same one who gave away America’s credibility and unfroze billions in assets to the government of Iran, the one actual government known to sponsor and morally support Islamic terrorism around the world. What business does he have expressing outrage and horror? He might as well be on their side. Because he makes life easier for them, through things like this insane treaty he rammed by the Congress.

So before you rush to show others how sad and angry you are about what happened in Paris, stop to think of the ideas, attitudes and elected officials you’ve been supporting.

Ideas have consequences, and if you support the wrong ones, this is what you get.


 

 

Just two days before the Paris attacks, 50,000 Polish patriots stand up to say “No” to Islam

By Kevin “Coach” Collins FOR COACHISRIGHT.COM

Paris has changed everything for Poland but even before the Paris attacks, her patriots joined together to say, “Enough!”

As the rest of Europe is rolling over and playing dead for the swarms of barbaric Muslim invaders their leaders have willingly invited into their midst, the Poles are saying a loud “Nie!” to the continent’s suicide.

Just two days before the Paris attacks, around 50,000 Poles gathered in the center of Warsaw to show the world and the European Union they will not welcome Islam into their country and they have loudly affirmed, “We are a Catholic Christian country. POLES PROTEST MUSLIMS WARSAWThere is no place for Sharia Law in Poland!”

The European Union has been pressuring the Poles to “absorb” the animalistic waves that have pushed Germany to the brink of anarchy since they started arriving early last summer. The poles have resisted.

Things in Poland are beginning to move at an increasingly rapid pace. Just weeks ago the Law and Justice Party took control of the country with sweeping and convincing victories. Now the people are demanding their new government take firm measures to demonstrate to the European Union that they mean business.

The huge gatherinPOLES PROTEST MUSLIM INVASIONg was addressed by firebrands from within Poland and a Hungarian representative from his country’s resistance movement.

During his talk, a Polish Parliament member urged the people to watch what the new government does and press it on the issue of, “… illegal economic migrants from Islamic countries.” “We do not want them here,” he said as the huge throng cheered.

The M P went on to attack the very existence of the European Union saying, “We are here to stop these criminals who have created that system and return our country to rule by Polish patriots.”

As he and other speakers urged the Polish people to keep pushing for their own safety and freedom from Islam, the crowd waved signs saying, “Let us hurry and finish off the communists …” and “Stop Islamisation.” They chanted, “Poland for the PolPOLES PROTEST MUSLIMS BANNERish” and “Yesterday Moscow, today Brussels, taking our freedom away.”

Let us keep Poland and all of Europe in our prayers and ask God to give them the means and will to keep their freedom.

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Trump says Syrian refugees could be a ‘Trojan horse’ for ISIS

BY MARISA SCHULTZ FOR NYPOST.COM

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WASHINGTON — It’s “insane” that Chancellor Angela Merkel is allowing so many male Syrian refugees into Germany, Donald Trump said Sunday.

“I’ve been watching this migration. And I see the people. I mean, they’re men, they’re mostly men, and they’re strong men,” Trump said on “Face the Nation.” “What I won’t do is take in 200,000 Syrians who could be ISIS.”

“These are physically young, strong men. They look like prime-time soldiers. Now, it’s probably not true. But where are the women?” the GOP frontrunner wondered.

Merkel has welcomed the flood of mostly Syrian and Afghan refugees with compassion saying it’s her “damned duty” to help those running for their lives. An estimated 800,000 newcomers will arrive in Germany by the year’s end.

“What she’s done in Germany is insane. It’s insane. They’re having all sorts of attacks.”

The Gulf States “who have nothing but money” and others should find a big swath of land in Syria and create a safe zone to harbor families, Trump suggested. The US could help economically, but should limit taking in Syrian refugees because they could be terrorists.

“I love a safe zone for people,” Trump said. “I do not like the migration. I do not like the people coming.”

“This could be the greatest Trojan horse,” Trump said. “This could make the Trojan horse look like peanuts if these people turned out to be a lot of ISIS.”

Obama agreed last month to allow 10,000 Syrians to seek refuge in the US over the next year. Secretary of State John Kerry recently pledged the US will take in more worldwide refugees by 2017 as the crisis worsens.

Meanwhile, Trump explained why he has a concealed weapon permit and “sometimes” carries a gun.

“I feel much better being armed,” Trump said.

The billionaire developer promised that as president he “would cut all ties” with his business dealings.

And he admitted he only likes polls when he’s winning: “If I wasn’t number one, I would never mention them.”

The new CBS News national poll is one Trump embraced.

It shows the former reality TV star the favorite among Republican primary voters at 27 percent, followed by Ben Carson (21 percent), Ted Cruz (9 percent), Marco Rubio (8 percent) and Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina (tied at 6 percent).

Unlike his other opponents, Trump has refrained from lashing out at Carson because the retired neurosurgeon publicly apologized the one time he went after Trump.

“He was able to withdraw it,” Trump said on Fox News Channel’s “Media Buzz.” “Oh I was all set to go wild. Now I can’t go wild. I’m actually saying I wish he’d hit me.”

Carson Sunday stood by his pro-gun statements that Adolf Hilter’s goals would have been greatly diminished if citizens were armed.

He said citizens should always be prepared to fight back against a totalitarian government.

“Whether it’s on our doorstep or whether it’s 50 years away, it’s still a concern and it’s something that we must guard against,’ he said on “Face the Nation.”

Trump on Paris: ‘Nobody Had Guns But the Bad Guys,’ If More People Were Armed…

By JOSH FELDMAN FOR MEDIAITE.COM

Donald Trump addressed the Paris terrorist attack at a rally today by talking about the tough gun control laws there and speculating how things would have been different if more people were carrying weapons.

Trump said that “nobody had guns but the bad guys,” and so the terrorists were able to kill people one by one.

“You can say what you want,” Trump told the audience, “but if they had guns, if our people had guns, if they were allowed to carry, it would have been a much, much different situation.”

After the Charlie Hebdo attack in January, Trump tweeted about France’s gun control laws. That tweet got new life last night when people thought it was Trump’s comment on last night’s attack. But based on his comments today, it’s clear he still believes it.

Watch above, via CNN.