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Monday, August 29, 2016

On Syria, Democrats look to deflect the conversation? Ted Cruz lead REVOLT against Obama’s scheme for Syrian refugee? Ted Cruz Challenges Obama to Debate Refugees: "Come Back And Insult Me To My Face"

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Ted Cruz Challenges Obama to Debate Refugees: "Come Back And Insult Me To My Face"

Ted Cruz, Introducing legislation that allows the governor of a state to reject the resettlement of a refugee in that state without adequate assurance that the refugee does not present a security risk, the move amounts to a revolt of sorts against the Obama administration’s plans. http://www.allenbwest.com/michellejesse/boom-what-texas-just-did-about-syrian-refugees-will-have-obama-fuming


WASHINGTON (AP) — In his speech at the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump made six references to the conflict in Syria, pointing to the war-ravaged nation as a source of much of the world's turmoil, particularly immigration and extremism.
A week later at the Democratic convention, Hillary Clinton made not one reference to Syria.
The conflict in Syria remains a major conundrum for both President Barack Obama and Clinton, his former secretary of state. With a firm reluctance to enter another U.S. war in the Middle East, the United States has focused its military efforts on fighting the Islamic State group in northern Syria and in Iraq while pursuing so-far failed diplomatic efforts to end the civil war.
Now entering its sixth year, the Syria conflict has killed more than a quarter million people, displaced some 11 million, and has turned the once-cosmopolitan, secular country into a hive of factions with dangerously competing interests.
"Of the two or three biggest legacy problems for the Obama administration, in terms of foreign policy, Syria will figure prominently on that list," said Robert Ford, U.S. ambassador to Syria during the uprising and now a senior fellow at the Middle East Institute. There is an element within the Democratic Party, Ford adds, that "would go as far as to say the United States helped to cause that problem."
Clinton has tap-danced around the issue, particularly since her views may not be in line with that of her former boss. Her closest advisers point out that she often had a more hawkish approach to international relations than many in her party, including Obama, but delving into such a complex situation on the campaign trail risks putting off voters who are more concerned with the situation at home.
"There is a benefit to the Syria debate not getting too political at this stage," said Ilan Goldenberg, a Clinton adviser who is senior fellow and director of the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security. "There will be a rigorous process of us evaluating all our options. It's much more deep than what you get on the campaign trail but my instinct is she'll lean further forward."
While Clinton has been one of the most pro-intervention candidates to run for the presidency in 2016, she has not condoned the forceful removal of Syrian President Bashar Assad from power, calling instead for a peaceful handover. In a December debate, she said she supports the establishment of a no-fly zone "to create those safe refuges within Syria." The aim would be "to try to protect people on the ground both from Assad's forces, who are continuing to drop barrel bombs, and from ISIS," she said, using an acronym for the Islamic State group.
"And of course, it has to be de-conflicted with the Russians, who are also flying in that space," she added.
But Clinton dodged a question about whether failure to take more assertive action in Syria damaged American credibility, saying at a later debate that, "as commander-in-chief, you have to be constantly evaluating the decisions you have to make."
The type of intervention that many had envisioned — targeting key installments belonging to Assad's government after it was found to be using chemical weapons in 2013 — never came to fruition. Appetite for intervention of any kind was especially low after the vastly unpopular U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, and Washington was still reeling from the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Clinton has been forced to answer inquiries over the security failures leading to that attack.
Clinton "was very sobered by the Libya experience," Ford said. "She absolutely understood, back in 2012, the need for a more muscular approach (in Syria). I never ever heard her say we need to send in the U.S. military," he added. "But she thought there were people on the ground who we could help."
When it came time for action in Syria, Obama opted to help moderate rebel forces and, a year later, launched airstrikes to target the Islamic State group. Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have also supported a military partnership with Russia to limit a U.S. expansionary role in Syria for years to come.
Trump does not often address the Syria conflict, but he's repeatedly blamed the Obama administration for the rise of the Islamic State group, which in 2014 took over a third of Syria and Iraq, though much of that territory has since been re-claimed. This month, he accused Obama of being the "founder of ISIS," adding, "I would say the co-founder would be crooked Hillary Clinton."
Trump has said that he doesn't think Assad is the biggest problem in Syria, and has called for the establishment of safe zones inside Syria for refugees so they don't have to flee the country.
Outside observers caution against expecting too much in Clinton's ability to turn this conflict around, saying that any future action is too little, too late.
Joe Macaron, a policy analyst at Arab Center Washington DC, warns that "the Syrian opposition's bet on a Hillary presidency might be a rerun of weighing its options in 2011 and 2012 on the expectation of a U.S. intervention under Obama."
___http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2016/08/29/on-syria-democrats-look-to-deflect-the-conversation-n2211361

Sunday, August 28, 2016

This is What Civilization Jihad Looks Like in Australia? This Obama Gun Free Nation? Yup! Gun Free Zone And Nation Working Out Really Well?

Over the last year, hundreds of United Patriots Front members wearing True Blue Crew logos, have sought to raise awareness throughout Australia about the very real threat of Islamic jihad and the Australian government’s failure to even acknowledge it.

This Sunday, they are promoting another rally at Hannah Watts park in Melton, Victoria:
At nearly every rally, anti-Australian protesters can be heard chanting, “Alluha Ahkbar,” as this video posted by The Age shows. And, at several protests, violence erupts also evidenced by The Age’s photo gallery.
Despite the fact that hundreds of police are on duty during these events, left-wing protesters, wearing black and masks to cover their faces, are still able to break through police barricades and burn the Australian flag and attack Australian patriots.
Who would have thought that in 2016 Melbourne, Australians carrying Australian flags who want to defend their country from invaders, are attacked on their own streets.

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As a result of ongoing violence, Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville announced that protesters wearing masks would receive higher penalties, ABC News reports. She said:
“Victorians have had enough of seeing this sort of incitement of hatred and violence.
“It does send a message that if you wear a face mask, you will be removed from a protest. If you wear a face mask and commit an offence, you will go to jail for longer.”
United Patriot Front established the Australia First Party, which advocates against “Islamic segregation” and “Muslim only” public housing proposed by the government. Its mission statement is:
“The Australia First Party recognises the dependent nature of the Australian state upon the forces of globalism. Australia is a client state, ruled by a traitor class which is integrated into a transnational network of globalist elites and their economic and political structures. This class would govern Australia as a resources quarry cowed by thought-policing and a secret political police.
“Australia is further menaced by a new Chinese imperialism that competes with the American face of the New World Order for domination over Asia and the Pacific, with Australia a pawn in the game. The unfolding population / food crisis coupled with New World Order wars launches refugee hordes at Australia’s borders, whilst the traitor class sponsors a mass immigration recolonization of Australia for the purposes of economic enmeshment with the ‘global economy’.
“In the world crisis of the first quarter of the twenty-first century, Australia lacks status as an independent country. Indeed, Australia may disappear by century’s end as a country – and suffer partition by other states.”
Hard to believe Australia no longer being Australian by centuries end, but as the last few years have shown, anything is possible.
http://constitution.com/civilization-jihad-looks-like-australia-video/ 

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Powerful Ottomans Caliphate History of Islam Part 2 2

History of 1400 years of Islamic conquest by Dr. Bill Warner

Islamic conquest of Persia

Islamic conquest of India. Bloodiest in the history of World (Full)

The San Diego Police Department for Not Capitulating to CAIR




Dear Clarion Supporter,
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Ryan Mauro, Clarion Project’s national security analyst, was scheduled to conduct training of police officers at the California Association of Tactical Officers' "What Law Enforcement Needs to Know About Radical Islam."

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) made every effort to shut him down, pressuring San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman to cancel the event.

 CAIR is a Muslim Brotherhood entity in the U.S. linked to Hamas.
 

It is important to thank Ms. Zimmerman for refusing to capitulate to Islamist bullying.

CAIR rallied their supporter to pressure the San Diego police department. We need you to show San Diego that they made the right decision in backing Clarion and Professor Ryan Mauro by:
 

CUTTING and PASTING the FOLLOWING LETTER  and SENDING IT to: sdpdfacebook@gmail.com


Dear Chief Zimmerman,

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) protested the inclusion of Clarion Project National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro at the California Association of Tactical Officers' "What Law Enforcement Needs to Know About Radical Islam" symposium.

Thank you for not capitulating to CAIR's demands.

●     CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terror-funding trial every held in America – when the Holyland Foundation was convicted of funneling money to Hamas.
●     In a 2007 court filing in the case of convicted terrorist Sabri Bekhala, federal prosecutors stated: “From its founding by Muslim Brotherhood leaders, CAIR conspired with other affiliates of the Muslim Brotherhood to support terrorists … the conspirators agreed to use deception to conceal from the American public their connections to terrorists.”
●     On November 15, 2014, the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) declared CAIR a terrorist organization. The FBI terminated relations with CAIR in 2009.

The Clarion Project and Mauro have an exemplary record of supporting the work of Muslim human rights activists.  Thus, it should come as no surprise that when CAIR attacked Mauro in the past, Muslim leaders have spoken out in his defense.

The San Diego Police Department is to be commended for choosing to stand with Mauro and those he supports: the brave Muslim Americans and their interfaith allies who stand for religious tolerance and universal human rights.