Archive | November 26, 2013

Former Bush Adviser Enriching Traitor with Millions?

If anyone knows about Grover Norquist’s disturbingly strong and longstanding ties to Muslim Brotherhood groups in the U.S., it’s Karl Rove. The former Bush adviser allowed Norquist to vet Muslim group leaders for the White House to engage in a post-9/11 world. That’s what makes a revelation reported by Matthew Boyle at Breitbart extremely shocking. […]

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Obama is choosing side of Official Terror States

By Ben Barrack The U.S. State Department has a scant four countries on its official list of State Sponsors of Terrorism. In light of the countries that are not on the list (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Venezuela, etc.) we are left only to conclude that all four of these nations essentially constitute America’s […]

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You Can’t Keep Your Nuclear Weapons. Period.

By Keith Davies Winston Churchill knew his predecessor Neville Chamberlain was gravely mistaken in allowing Hitler to gain the Sudetenland and eventually all of Czechoslovakia prior to the invasion of Poland, which forced the Allies to go to war with the Nazis. “You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor and […]

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A Nation’s Descent into Islam

When Islamic fundamentalists have their way in a country, the indigenous population loses its rights, its dignity, and ultimately its numbers. Bangladesh, a region steeped in centuries of history, is no exception. In fact, that nation may well be on its way to a fate not all that dissimilar from Afghanistan. Via American Thinker: In […]

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Turkey’s True Colors being Revealed

Citing a report from Youm7, Haaretz is reporting that the reason Huseyin Avni Botsali – Turkey’s Ambassador to Egypt – was expelled on November 23rd had to do with an active relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood. The source of Botsali’s funding should also raise eyebrows. Via Haaretz: Turkish ambassador in Cairo reportedly aided the Muslim […]

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