Oct 042010

Last Friday FBI agents raided the homes of far left activists in Chicago and Minneapolis who are linked to the Marxist FARC terrorists and Islamic radicals as part of a terrorism investigation.

The home of radical Hatem Abudayyeh in Chicago was raided in the terror sweep.

Radical Hatem Abudayyeh protested against Israel in Chicago in January 2009. Photo (Daylife)

Hatem Abudayyeh is the executive director of the Arab American Action Network (AAAN).(NOTE: The Arab American Action Network is a Chicago community center)

Hatem Abudayyeh has been with the Arab American Action Network (AAAN) since 1999, and was appointed Executive Director in 2003.

(BY JustPiper) The Arab American Action Network was founded by former PLO operative and close Obama family friend Rashid Khalidi. Obama was a director of the Woods Fund from 1994 through 2001, when the board approved a $40,000 grant to the Arab American Action Network.

In 2003 Barack Obama was an honored guest at a dinner sponsored by the AAAN for former PLO-operative Rashid Khalidi. During the dinner a video was taken that shows Barack Obama celebrating with members of this Palestinian group who are openly hostile towards Israel. Barack Obama even gave a toast to a Rashid Khalidi at this going away party. The LA Times will not release the video from this Jew-bashing dinner.

Not only was Hatem Abudayyeh’s radical organization given $40,000 by Barack Obama and the Woods Fund but his organization also collected nearly half a million in taxpayer money.

Today the Obama Administration admitted that Abudayyeh was invited to the White House in April for a press briefing to Arab-American leaders. Josh Gerstein at the Politico reported:

An Arab-American activist who attended an outreach session at the White House complex in April had his Chicago home raided by the FBI last week and appears to be a focus of an unfolding federal terrorism-support investigation.

Hatem Abudayyeh, who serves as executive director of the Arab-American Action Network, took part in a meeting for Arab-American leaders held in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on April 22, according to appointment data posted on the White House website.

“He attended a briefing held by the Office of Public Engagement on April 22, 2010, to update members of the Arab-American community on issues of their concern,” White House spokesman Shin Inouye said.

The guest list for the event was drafted by the Arab-American Institute. Inouye said President Barack Obama did not take part in the session, which appears to have involved more than 80 people…

…The warrant and subpoena suggest the probe, which is being run by U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald in Chicago, is focusing on illegal support for terrorist organizations, particularly by a Minnesota-based group called the Freedom Road Socialist Organization. PFLP, FARC and Hezbollah are designated as terrorist groups by the U.S. government. A spokesman for Fitzgerald’s office declined to comment on the probe.

Abudayyeh has not been charged with any crime, nor do the court documents made public by targets of the searches make any explicit allegation of ties between the Chicago activist and any of the groups.

The White House briefing Abudayyeh attended was organized by the Arab-American Institute in connection with its annual dinner and related events, AAI President James Zogby said Friday.

“Each year we do a leadership summit of our institute leadership also of leadership from the Arab-American network. That is a network of Arab –American community and social service organizations and the group in Chicago is one of the network members and so they were invited,” Zogby said. “We did, as part of the weekend, a White House briefing and Hatem was included as part of the network.”

Zogby said the national network Abudayyeh’s group is part of works on domestic issues, such as immigration reform and civil liberties. “I know Hatem is active on those issues in Chicago. He’s very much a part of immigration reform coalitions there. That that would have been the purpose of the network’s inclusion in this meeting,” Zogby said…

A lawyer for Abudayyeh, Jim Fennerty, said he was not aware of his client’s White House visit. Asked if the investigation into Abudayyeh was underway at the time of his White House visit in April, Finnerty said, “We only became aware of [the probe] when people got their houses raided and search warrants carried out…..I think the grand jury started sitting a year ago though.” The lawyer said the investigation may extend back to protests held in connection with the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., in 2008.

Fennerty said he believed his client was being targeted because of his anti-war activism. On the Israeli-Palestinian issue, the attorney said Abudayyeh supports “a single, secular democratic state,” not the two-state solution endorsed by the U.S.

In a 2006 interview with Fight Back News, an outlet run by Minneapolis activist Kelly, Abudayyeh seemed to disagree rather strenuously with at least some of the U.S. government’s use of the “terrorist” label.

“The U.S. and Israel will continue to describe Hamas, Hezbollah and the other Palestinian and Lebanese resistance organizations as ‘terrorists,’ but the real terrorists are the governments and military forces of the U.S. and Israel,” Abudayyeh said. “The vast majority of the world sees and understands this, and are in full support of Lebanese, Palestinian and worldwide resistance to Israel and the U.S.’s naked aggression, war, imperialism and occupation.”

Fennerty said he was surprised to hear Abudayyeh was invited to a White House event. “He runs like a social-welfare office that helps people get citizenship, apply for benefits, welfare if they’re entitled to it,” the lawyer said.

“The U.S. and Israel will continue to describe Hamas, Hezbollah and the other Palestinian and Lebanese resistance organizations as ‘terrorists,’ but the real terrorists are the governments and military forces of the U.S. and Israel,” Abudayyeh said. “The vast majority of the world sees and understands this, and are in full support of Lebanese, Palestinian and worldwide resistance to Israel and the U.S.’s naked aggression, war, imperialism and occupation.”

Fennerty said he was surprised to hear Abudayyeh was invited to a White House event. “He runs like a social-welfare office that helps people get citizenship, apply for benefits, welfare if they’re entitled to it,” the lawyer said.

According to a bio on the AAAN website, Abudayyeh has been affiliated with the group since 1999 and took over as executive director in 2003.

Abudayyeh’s White House visit was noted Thursday by several conservative websites, including the Gateway Pundit blog at First Things magazine.

Abudayyeh’s group, AAAN, briefly drew attention during the presidential campaign following reports that a foundation on whose board Obama served donated $40,000 to the group for “community organizing” in 2001. Conservative critics said the group and Abudayyeh have promoted anti-Israeli views. AAAN officials said the organization is strictly focused on local community issues and doesn’t get involved in international politics.

In 2003, Obama spoke at an AAAN-sponsored farewell dinner for Rashid Khalidi, a professor who was decamping from the University of Chicago to Columbia. During the 2008 campaign, the Los Angeles Times obtained a video of the event and reported that Obama lavished praise on Khalidi, who once served as a spokesman for the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Other speakers at the event railed against Israeli policies.

Late in the 2008 campaign, Republican nominee Sen. John McCain attacked the Times for failing to make the video public. The newspaper said it obtained the video on the condition that it not be released publicly.

~And here we are two years later & still nothing!

~Jim Hoft for Gateway Pundit

Oct 042010

An extremist entity indicated it would carry out a biological strike on the Indian state of Assam if its backers were not released within 24 hours, Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency reported yesterday (see GSN, Sept. 3, 2008).

“Free all our Jihadi brothers who are in Central Jail, Guwahati, stop all activities against Jihad in Assam, stop all project of develop (sic) in Assam,” says the e-mail, sent to a Guwahati-based television station by a group calling itself “Indian Mujahideen (Assam).”

“For your kind information, biological war contain all disease that make death to all and biological weapon too,” says the document, signed by Tohik Khan, the organization’s self-described head of marketing.

Local authorities were attempting to identify the IP address from which the e-mail message was sent.

“We are taking the matter seriously and already experts are on the job to ascertain from where the e-mail originated and also about the credentials of the group on whose banner the mail was sent,” said Inspector General of Assam Police Pallab Bhattacharya.

“We really don’t know or heard about any such outfit named Indian Mujahideen (Assam). But then we shall surely investigate,” a second law enforcement official added (Islamic Republic News Agency/ GlobalSecurity.org, Oct. 3).

Iran announced Saturday it had detained multiple individuals accused of pursuing computer-based assaults on the nation’s nuclear program, Agence France-Presse reported (see GSN, Oct. 1; Agence France-Presse I/ Yahoo!News, Oct. 2).

The announcement followed statements by Iranian officials that “Stuxnet,” a computer worm designed to target industrial control systems, had infected personal computers but not critical systems at the country’s Bushehr nuclear power plant, Reuters reported. Washington and other governments suspect the Middle Eastern nation’s nuclear program is geared toward bomb development, a contention Tehran has consistently denied (Robin Pomeroy, Reuters, Oct. 4).

Iran has “prevented the enemies’ destructive activity,” state media quoted Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi as saying.

Iranian intelligence officials have learned of “destructive activities of the arrogance (Western powers) in cyberspace, and different ways to confront them have been designed and implemented,” Moslehi said. “I assure all citizens that the intelligence apparatus currently has complete supervision on cyberspace and will not allow any leak or destruction of our country’s nuclear activities.”

The Intelligence Ministry identified actions being carried out by “enemies’ spy services,” the official stressed.

“We have always faced the destructive action of these (spy) services and a number of nuclear spies have been arrested,” Moslehi said (AFP I).

Security analysts have suggested the worm could be the work of a government, with Israel and the United States as the leading candidates, Reuters reported. Western powers as well as Israel considered clandestine interference to be an option for undermining Iran’s atomic advancement, diplomats and security specialists said.

Still, Tehran asserted the worm had no role in postponing the Bushehr plant’s opening until 2011, instead blaming escaped material for the delay.

“A small leak was observed in a pool next to the reactor and was curbed,” Iranian Atomic Energy Organization head Ali Akbar Salehi said today, according to state media. “This leak caused the activities to be delayed for a few days. The leak has been fixed and the core of the reactor is working properly.”

Salehi could have been describing a leak in a cooling pond for holding the site’s spent nuclear fuel, an issue that would not be “very serious,” former State Department nonproliferation analyst Mark Fitzpatrick said.

“Typically Iran exaggerates everything about their nuclear program in a positive way,” he said. “It could be more serious trouble than he has stated” (Pomeroy, Reuters).

The Iranian intelligence minister on Saturday said his nation had devised a means of countering the Stuxnet worm, the Associated Press reported (Associated Press/ Globe and Mail, Oct. 3). On Sunday, another official reported wiping the worm from Iranian systems, AFP reported.

“The industrial computers infected by the Stuxnet virus have been cleaned,” state media quoted Iranian Deputy Industry Minister Mohsen Hatam as saying. “All platforms have been cleaned and delivered to the industrial units.”

“The virus infected these computers because they lacked high security firewalls,” he said, adding that the worm had been “designed and dispatched about a year ago to gather information from industrial computers” (Agence France-Presse II/ Spacewar.com, Oct. 3).

Some experts suggested the United States could be intentionally limiting its efforts to counter the worm, the Christian Science Monitor reported.

Technical assessments of the malicious software by the U.S. Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team have generally only recounted findings by independent security firms days after the information’s release, according to industrial security system security specialists.

“Name me one new or helpful piece of information that ICS-CERT provided to the community on Stuxnet? Or any other helpful contribution on the biggest control system security event to date,” Dale Peterson, head of the control systems security company Digital Bond, wrote in a blog post. “It seems to me to have been a delayed clipping service.”

“They had the expertise, the relationship with vendors, the equipment in their labs and the ability to analyze Stuxnet,” Peterson told the Monitor. “But those bulletins they put out were missing key data or late. Getting this information out quickly was their sole mission, and they failed.”

“We took a broad all-hazards approach to the (Stuxnet) malcode,” countered Sean McGurk, head of the Homeland Security Department’s Control System Security Program. “We immediately began to analyze it and produce information to get into the hands of the community so they could begin taking protective measures.”

“We were able to reverse engineer the (Stuxnet) code and monitor how it works,” McGurk said. “There have been individuals speculating on attribution and intent. … Our main focus has been on understanding the malware and putting mitigation in place — how to prevent the spread and how to protect the physical infrastructure.”

One computer security specialist, though, speculated the United States was withholding information on the worm to hinder its removal from Iranian systems.

“Did the U.S. government know Stuxnet’s target and say, ‘No, no, no — we don’t want this information (about how to defang Stuxnet) out there. It’s highly plausible that people knew Iran was the target and didn’t want all the details about how to fix Stuxnet to get out right away,” the expert said.

Still, the difficulty of tracing such software to its author makes it difficult to assert the worm was specifically aimed at Iran, said Scott Borg, head of the independent U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit (Mark Clayton, Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 3).

Meanwhile, Indonesia on Friday reaffirmed its backing of Iran’s civilian nuclear efforts, the Jakarta Post reported.

“Iran believes Indonesia has a very independent view on Iran’s nuclear issue, and expects that the latest developments will encourage Indonesia to keep playing a constructive role,” Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said following talks between Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Alaeddin Boroujerdi, chairman of the Iranian parliament’s national security and foreign policy committee.

The Indonesian president “has affirmed that the Indonesian government will always be ready to contribute to the settlement of the issue,” Natalegawa said, referring to the dispute over Iran’s nuclear program. “The president also said Iran and Indonesia were opposed to the proliferation of nuclear weapons,” he said (Erwida Maulia, Jakarta Post, Oct. 2).


Oct 042010

~Enjoy the Sneaky Dems Theme Song while you read…

In a final attempt to woo amnesty advocates into the voting booths this November, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), the Senate Democratic Campaign Committee Chairman, introduced an amnesty bill late Wednesday, just as members of Congress were leaving town. (Roll Call, Sept. 30, 2010) The 874-page bill, entitled the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2010 (CIR Act of 2010), would exponentially increase the number of immigrants in the country to unprecedented levels by: (1) granting amnesty to the estimated 13 million illegal aliens currently in the U.S.; (2) permitting them to bring in their spouses, children, and other relatives from other countries; and (3) by issuing hundreds of thousands of new green cards through the process the authors call “recapture.”

Under S.3932, illegal aliens are granted amnesty through the process of becoming a “Lawful Prospective Immigrant.” In order to be eligible for such status, S.3932 requires that the alien be physically present in the U.S. before September 30, 2010, submits biometric and biographic data, undergoes a background check, and is not ineligible for admission under a few select provisions of preexisting immigration law. (S.3932 § 501) However, the bill still provides eligibility to illegal aliens who have violated laws, including those relating to controlled substances, and prostitution. It also provides eligibility for illegal aliens who are a public charge, have falsely claimed or misrepresented their immigration status in the past, and who have been previously been deported (for any reason). (Id. § 501(b)(3))

Similar to previous amnesty bills debated in 2006 and 2007, the CIR Act of 2010:

* Includes the DREAM Act, which would grant amnesty to illegal aliens up to the age of 35 who meet minimal educational requirements. (Id. at §§ 531-542; See FAIR DREAM Act Summary, Mar. 2009)
* Includes AgJOBS, which would grant amnesty to illegal aliens who have worked in the U.S. agriculture industry and their family members. (Id. at §§475-484)

However, unlike previous amnesty bills, the CIR Act of 2010 also:

* Preempts all state and local laws pertaining to immigration such that these entities would be left powerless to enforce immigration laws in the absence of federal action. (S.3932 § 131)
* Includes the Uniting American Families Act, which would permit legal permanent residents and citizens to petition to bring their same-sex partners to the U.S. and grant them U.S. citizenship within three years. (S.3932 §§ 421-430)
* Creates a new executive agency to annually determine the number of guest workers eligible for admission. (Id. at § 401(a))
* Mandates free legal services to illegal alien detainees for civil proceedings—a right that not even U.S. citizens are afforded. (Id. at §§ 241(9); 254(b)(2)(F))
* Grants illegal alien detainees the “right” to free prompt and adequate medical care, including primary, emergency, chronic, and reproductive health care, including providing free medication and hormonal therapies such as birth control. (Id. at § 249(a))

These new provisions in the CIR Act of 2010 do nothing more than expand previous unsuccessful attempts by pro-amnesty legislators to grant amnesty to illegal aliens and dramatically increase overall levels of immigration. (See FAIR Summary of the Reid-Schumer-Menendez Amnesty Bill, Apr. 30, 2010) And, just as Americans overwhelmingly rejected those proposals, this legislation is already proving to be completely out of touch with average Americans. Recent polls conducted by Quinnipiac University demonstrate that 68 percent of voters feel that immigration policy should emphasize stricter enforcement rather than integrating illegal immigrants into U.S. society; forty-eight percent feel that the U.S. should end the practice of granting citizenship to U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants. (Quinnipiac University Poll, Sept. 13, 2010)

Amnesty advocates hailed Senator Menendez’s introduction of the CIR Act of 2010. Frank Sharry of the pro-amnesty group America’s Voice stated, “By offering a comprehensive reform bill, Senator Menendez is making it clear to the reform movement, to Congress and to the country that, ultimately, comprehensive immigration reform is the only way to fix our nation’s dysfunctional immigration system.” (America’s Voice, Sept. 30, 2010) Ali Noorani, chair of the Reform Immigration for America Campaign, said: “It is a serious proposal that contains many of the common-sense ideas we have espoused for years.” (Roll Call, Sept. 30, 2010) However, FAIR President Dan Stein denounced the bill as a “last ditch effort to gin up the Hispanic voting base” and “a glaring example of why Americans believe that Congress is out of touch with the concerns of their constituents . . . .” (See FAIR Press Release, Sept. 30, 2010)

Whether Congress will act on S.3932 remains to be seen. During a CNN interview, Senator Menendez said the bill would be the jumping point for any possible action during the lame-duck session of Congress. (The Hill, Oct. 3, 2010- Menendez defends introduction of immigration reform bill before recess) Menendez added, “If next Congress you need something as foundation,” the bill will be there, serving as an “invitation to bring Republican colleagues to discussion” on immigration reform. (Id.) Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), who appeared alongside Menendez on the program, said the bill’s introduction was poorly timed. (Id.) “It’s a much too important issue to be treated as a political football,” Cornyn said. (Id.)


Oct 042010

The latest anti-global warming campaign aimed at getting people around the world to reduce their carbon footprint has backfired.

Big time.

The people behind the “10:10″ campaign, a movement encouraging people to reduce their carbon consumption by 10 percent in 2010, have been forced to pull their controversial new advertisement from the internet after widespread public outcry. The gruesome 4-minute ad depicts global warming skeptics being literally blown to pieces after their tree-hugging friends insist they’re under “no pressure” to modify their carbon consumption.

Warning (via Sad Hill): “Do NOT watch this video if you wish to avoid portrayals of extreme violence, genocide, child murders, demonic practice and terrorism — all in the name of environmentalism.”


This video or group may contain content that is inappropriate for some users, as flagged by YouTube’s user community. To view this video you MUST be 18 or older

Unfortunately for the “10:10″ folks,
the public disgust surrounding the video
outweighed its message and its producers pulled it from the web. Equally unfortunate for them, however, is the rampant re-posting of the video by bloggers around the world.

While the video’s message may have backfired, many point out that it gives a scary glimpse into the mind of today’s global warming alarmists. With its “No Pressure” campaign, writes the (MASSIVE EPIC FAIL) UK’s Telegraph, “the environmental movement has revealed the snarling, wicked, homicidal misanthropy beneath its cloak of gentle, bunny-hugging righteousness.”

For more on the environmentalists’ use of disturbing public service announcements, check out Ed Driscoll’s blog where he looks at some other famous examples of “eco-insanity.”


Oct 042010

~This Video is NOT suitable for Children!

Advice columnists in Britain are known as “agony aunts” (or uncles). (MUST Read! Virginia Ironside is one. Her latest bit of advice has drawn outraged reaction from television viewers who caught her comments on the BBC yesterday. She appeared during a segment called, “Can abortion be a kindness?” Here’s the Daily Mail account of her comments:

Disability rights advocates called her pro-eugenics approach “despicable.” Even the host seemed stunned:

Programme host Susanna Reid appeared visibly shocked by her comments during the live debate, gasping: ‘That’s a pretty horrifying thing to say, that you would put a pillow over a suffering child.’

In the past, Ironside has said she believes doctors should not try to save the lives of “very premature babies.”


Oct 042010


Organizers said they were expecting more than 100,000 to attend the rally. Thousands of people packed the area around the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, but based on an unscientific estimate there were significantly fewer people than when Fox News’ Glenn Beck hosted the conservative “Restoring Honor” rally there Aug. 28. At that rally, attendees were forced to stand shoulder to shoulder the entire length of the Reflecting Pool.


The crowd was large, but seemed smaller than the crowd at the Beck rally. Nevertheless, Schultz announced that he was told the crowd was bigger than at Restore Honor. The U.S. Park Police did not release an official estimate.

Even MSM Doesn‘t Buy ’One Nation’ Claim That 10/2 Rally Attendance Topped Beck’s

‘One Nation’ Crowd Didn’t Exactly Leave the Mall (or World War II Memorial) Spotless Images by Conservative Lady

This video was uploaded from an Android phone.

Post-Barackalyptic Wasteland

~I cannot even listen to the Beatch on the Right

Let’s Compare Aerial Pictures of the 10/2 & 8/28 Rallies

The “One Nation” rally was scheduled to run from 12-4pm ET. But events like this tend to run long. There were a number of speakers on the program after 4pm. They did not have many people sticking around to listen. At the end of the 8/28 rally there were some fantastic musical performances for the crowd to enjoy as they made their way off the mall. And it may have been the “One Nation” plan for their crowd to listen to these speakers as the exited. But it certainly looked pathetic on television. Gateway Pundit called it an “absolute fail“:

And Meredith noted on our Blog that one of the abandoned speakers seemed to call the crowd reaction “depressing”:

Crowd at ‘One Nation’ Rally Quickly Abandoned Final Speakers

~Need to See Video – PRICELESS comparison -WaPo

Oct 042010

Oct 042010

This is not about peace or tolerance, or pissed on rugs. It’s about feeding hate under the guise of tolerance

On a late summer evening, Omar Rivera stumbled over to a local mosque, clutching a beer bottle in his hand and looking for a place to answer nature’s call.

He chose the Al-Imam Mosque and proceeded to urinate around its exterior, where there were apparently some Muslim prayer rugs lying around. Omar had committed what was a fairly commonplace act of vandalism in the city, public urination. When suddenly he became the poster child for the rise of a “New Islamophobia”.

Along with a drunken liberal arts student who slashed a Muslim cabbie, the media transformed poor Omar into the face of a new and terrible wave of hate directed against Muslims. Initial news stories claimed that he had called the mosque denizens, “Terrorists”, before peeing on their rug. The NYPD later explained that it had never happened, and that he never said anything for or against Muslims.

After a five-day drunk, Omar probably didn’t even know his own name by that point. Neither did Michael Enright, the cabbie slasher, who had a long history of drinking problems. After the attack, he sat down in the middle of traffic, rather than trying to make an escape. Rather than being motivated by any animus toward Muslims, Riviera and Enright were driven by their blood alcohol level and drinking problems. There was no wave of Islamophobia, just two drunk guys who needed to become Friends of Bill.

But the facts didn’t matter, by then liberals had begun to construct their own narrative. Omar had clearly been influenced by Newt Gingrich and Sarah Palin. Their hateful rhetoric had induced Omar to go and piss on some Muslim rugs in order to show his patriotism and bigotry. This was undoubtedly Islamophobia. And while Mayor Bloomberg did not invite the pissed on prayer rugs to City Hall, as he had the slashed cabbie—liberals bravely sprung into action to show their support for the micturated upon furnishings.

The New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good adopted a statement at the ISNA Emergency Interfaith Summit, warning about a tide violence and condemning “the desecration of Islamic houses of worship”. The ISNA is the Islamic Society of North America, an organization that was created by Muslim Brotherhood members. The Muslim Brotherhood, which drew inspiration from Nazi Germany, was also behind such philanthropic organizations as Hamas and Al Querida. But that didn’t stop various liberal clergy from co-signing a statement with an organization linked to Islamic terrorists, calling for “tolerance”.

One of the signers, Rabbi David Saperstein proclaimed, “We know what it is like when people have attacked us physically, have attacked us verbally, and others have remained silent. It cannot happen here in America in 2010.” Of course it can happen here, just not to Muslims. It can happen to the Jews of Malmo or Paris. It can happen to Hindus in Bangladesh and Christians in Egypt. And it can even happen even in New York. While Saperstein was pontification about tolerance, the trial of four Muslim terrorists who had plotted to bomb synagogues in New York was going on. New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good had nothing to say on the subject. They remained silent. Because petty things such as synagogue bombings or Copts being lit on fire are nothing compared to the smell of an infidel’s recycled Heineken on a sacred Muslim prayer rug.

When infidels are murdered by Muslims, no one calls for an emergency summit. But when a Muslim prayer rug is pissed upon, everyone had better jump into the Dhimmimobile and denounce that rising wave of hate.

Meanwhile in support of the rugs themselves, J-Street collaborator, Rachel Barenblat of Velveteen Rabbi seized on the chance to promote herself by “passing the hat” and raised over a thousand dollars to replace the urine soaked rugs. At the same time as Rachel was passing the hat for the rugs, five people were murdered in Israel by Muslim terrorists. They left behind six orphans. Rachel Barenblat did not volunteer to “pass the hat” for them, because how can a few Jewish orphans compared to the sacred rugs of the Al-Imam Mosque? She didn’t even appear to acknowledge their murders. Unlike the rugs, they were non-people.

And so we are witness to the spectacle of an enlightened post-modern era, in which Jewish liberal clergy have decided that soiled rugs have more personhood than Jewish orphans.

~Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the rest of this article…


I’ve been reporting this for more than 3 years after reading a Homeland Security Report that identified Muslim Prayer rugs left at the US/Mexican Border. There is more than escaping Mexicans using the lax US controls to enter the US illegally. This makes US a sitting duck for another 9-11 or worse.

Radical Islam uses Southern US Border Sieve to Enter Illegally

This video from an investigative report done by an Atlanta TV station tells a shocking and scary story about why border security is more important now than ever. It seems that the border patrol is also finding people from countries that sponsor terrorism. One border rancher even found a muslim prayer rug on his property.

Oct 042010

The Tenth Amendment Center is celebrating the 10th Amendment with a conference and rally on what they call “the historic date” of 10-10-10 in Orlando, FL. The event, the second stop of their national Nullify Now! tour, will focus on how states can exercise their constitutionally reserved powers to stop what are considered to be unconstitutional laws, regulations and mandates from the Federal government.

“The states don’t have to obey unconstitutional federal laws,” said Michael Boldin, executive director of the Center. “And that means, for example, no national health care mandates, no department of education, no bank bailouts, and even no federal marriage or marijuana laws.”

Boldin continued, “The Constitution isn’t about political parties, political ideologies or political candidates. It’s about liberty, and limiting the federal government to certain enumerated powers, and nothing more. That way, the most difficult and divisive issues can be dealt with where the founders wanted them – in our states.”

Speaking at the event will be a number of national and local personalities. Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico who many think will be running for president as a republican in 2012, will be joined by New York Times best-selling author Thomas E. Woods Jr., who received his master’s from Harvard and Ph.D. from Columbia, as keynote speakers for the event. Also speaking will be Jim Babka, president of DownsizeDC, Tampa-based author and activist Tom Mullen, and Trevor Lyman, best-known as the architect of the 2007 “Ron Paul money bombs” which resulted in the largest single-day fundraising efforts in election history.

Launched in September, 2010, the Nullify Now! tour is currently scheduled to visit six cities around the country (Ft. Worth, Orlando, Chattanooga, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Minneapolis), with ten more locations being planned for 2011, said event organizers. The tour focuses efforts on educating people that whatever their political persuasion is, they can affect far more change on a state, rather than a federal, level.

Nullify Now! in Orlando will be held at the following location: Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate 1500 Masters Blvd. ChampionsGate, FL 33896 Time: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.