Morsi Claimed Jews Control U.S. Media, Says Senator

January 24, 2013

(INN)Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi warned visiting U.S. senators to beware the Jews who control U.S. media, The Cable blog reported.

The report indicated that a group of seven senators, led by John McCain, met with Morsi last week and urged him to distance himself from remarks he made in 2010, when he referred to Jews as “apes and pigs.” The remarks were exposed in a video distributed by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

One of the senators, Chris Coons of Delaware, told The Cable that while Morsi was trying to explain himself, he said, “‘Well, I think we all know that the media in the United States has made a big deal of this and we know the media of the United States is controlled by certain forces and they don’t view me favorably.’”

The Cable asked Coons if Morsi specifically named the Jews as the forces that control the U.S. media. Coons said all the senators believed the implication was obvious.

“He did not say [the Jews], but I watched as the other senators physically recoiled, as did I,” Coons told The Cable. “I thought it was impossible to draw any other conclusion.”

He added, “The meeting then took a very sharp negative turn for some time. It really threatened to cause the entire meeting to come apart so that we could not continue.”

Morsi claimed last week that his virulent anti-Semitic comments were taken out of context.

“The president stressed they were taken from comments on the Israeli aggression against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and stressed the need to put the remarks in the right context,” said a statement from Morsi’s office.

Morsi “stressed his commitment to the principles he has always insisted on, including full respect for religions, freedom of faith and religious practices, especially the heavenly religions.”

He also “stressed the need to differentiate between Judaism and its adherents from (those who practice) violent actions against Palestinians.”.


GOP Senators ‘Disturbed’ After Susan Rice Admits To Lying

November 28, 2012

Today Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte met with United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice about her role in presenting false information about what took place in Benghazi to the people of America. While she had gone on several Sunday talk show to promote the lie that the attacks were not planned and were spontaneous protests that got out of hand because of a YouTube video, she declared that her statements were not true, which has led to an entire line of questioning as to why she had talking points that were known lies.
Each of the Senators had stunned responses:

dt.common.streams.StreamServer.cls“I’m more troubled today…because it is certainly clear from the beginning that we knew those with ties to al Qaeda were involved in the attack on the embassy.” -Senator Kelly Ayotte
“It is clear the information she gave the American people was incorrect.” -Senator John McCain
“Bottom line is, I’m more disturbed now than I was before.” -Senator Lindsey Graham

Clearly there were issues and it seems that each of the Senators have not changed their opinions of Ms. Rice being nominated as Secretary of State. It seems Graham was also one that didn’t really give an answer for why he threw the intelligence agencies under the bus during the press conference after being “more disturbed than he was before.” Personally, I’m disturbed at Graham here. Clearly the State Department was warned and they chose to ignore the threat. Republicans are going to have to get some spine and start pressing this matter more intensely or we will never get to the bottom of it.
Watch the press conference below:

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Revealed By WikiLeaks: Obama Team Stole Election, Bribed Jesse Jackson And Took Russian Money In 2008

October 31, 2012

obama medvedev SC Revealed By WikiLeaks: Obama Team Stole Election, Bribed Jesse Jackson And Took Russian Money In 2008According to internal Emails circulated among the staff at Stratfor, an Austin Texas based private intelligence gathering firm, John McCain was presented with proof that Democrats in Pennsylvania and Ohio used voter fraud to win those states and committed other disturbing crimes. The communiqués were stolen and made public by WikiLeaks. An Email dated November 7, 2008 under the subject line “ Insight – The Dems & Dirty Tricks ** Internal Use Only – Pls Do Not Forward **,” was sent by Fred Burton, Stratfor’s V.P. of Intelligence. It said in part, The black Dems were caught stuffing the ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio as reported the night of the election and Sen. McCain chose not to fight. The matter is not dead inside the party. It now becomes a matter of sequence now as to how and when to “out”. 
Burton also mentioned a “six-figure” Democrat donation/bribe to Jesse Jackson to buy his silence about Israel. On October 14, 2008 Jackson told fellow attendees in at the World Policy Forum in Evian France a ‘President Obama’ would “remove the clout of Zionists who have controlled American policy for decades.”
Burton continued with an explosive charge he apparently considered quite believable, The hunt is on for the sleezy Russian money into O-mans coffers. A smoking gun has already been found. Will get more on this when the time is right. My source was too giddy to continue. Can you say Clinton and ChiCom funny money? This also becomes a matter of how and when to out.
This allegation makes some sense of Obama’s reassurances to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev caught by an open mic. Obama said “….but it’s important for him [Putin] to give me space.”
Medvedev responded: “Yeah, I understand. I understand your message about space. Space for you …”

Obama: “This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.”
Medvedev: “I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir [Putin]…”
Fred Burton is a known quantity in the highest Intelligence circles. He has been Deputy Chief of the Department of State’s counterterrorism division for the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS).
Stratfor has acknowledged that last December its internal communications system was hacked and the group “Anonymous” has taken credit for the sabotage .  WikiLeaks started to publish Stratfor’s stolen Emails last month. Startfor will neither confirm nor deny whether the communiqués attributed to its staff are real or fabrications.


Ed Koch: Admits he was wrong about Obama

March 5, 2011


Tablet Magazine interviews former New York City Mayor and Congressman Ed Koch.

Ed Koch speaking in New York last year.
h/t israelmatzav.blogspot.com via tabletmag.com


ok fine… respect. now tell the old coot to shut up already. sincerely tired of his mouth. he was the one who told the old Jews in Florida to vote for Obama. now he is so sorry… shut the old queer up. we love you Ed. just stop dictating


typical Bush. He is right, but he is a hypocrite for saying it because he said he didn’t want to go into politics.

November 7, 2010
Former President George W. Bush is privately critical of Sarah Palin (below), but stops short of criticizing the likes of Barack Obama in his upcoming memoir 'Decision Points.'
Palin is not qualified to be President, Bush has told friends. The Tea Party darling Palin is mulling a 2012 run for the White House.
Palin is not qualified to be President, Bush has told friends. The Tea Party darling Palin is mulling a 2012 run for the White House.
Bush's 'Decision Points' comes out Tuesday.

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The 43rd President has told friends the ex-Alaska governor isn’t qualified to be President and criticizes Arizona Sen. John McCain for putting Palin on the 2008 GOP ticket and handing her a national platform.

“Naming Palin makes Bush think less of McCain as a man,” a Republican official familiar with Bush’s thinking told the Daily News.
“He thinks McCain ran a lousy campaign with an unqualified running mate and destroyed any chance of winning by picking Palin.”
As he prepares for the Tuesday launch of his memoir, “Decision Points,” Bush scrupulously gives his successor a public pass – a statesmanlike stance urged by his father, President George H. W. Bush.
“I want my President to succeed because if my President succeeds my country succeeds, and I want my country to succeed,” Bush typically says when asked about Obama.
“He won’t call Obama by name but he won’t trash him,” a confidant noted, referring to Bush’s comments in post-presidency speaking appearances, which have netted him millions, often at $100,000 or more a pop.
Still, he thinks Obama has failed as a President – a judgment supported by this week’s robust Republican gains.
Several Bush friends, associates and longtime political allies said President 43 is worried about Obama’s Afghanistan policy.
He supports the troop surge and more muscular drone strikes against terrorist targets, but also believes Obama has made a mess of relations with Pakistan.
“He thinks the policy is adrift,” one insider reported.
Predictably, Bush also believes his tax cuts shouldn’t be allowed to expire, including those for the wealthiest of Americans Obama wants to deep-six.
For the most part, Bush lets others worry about the politics these days while he focuses on building his presidential library and his lucrative speech business.
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YouTube – Franken Denies Lieberman an ‘Additional Moment’ to Continue Speaking on the Senate Floor

December 17, 2009

funniest Senate moment ever? Is this SNL?

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YouTube – Franken Denies Lieberman an ‘Additional Moment’ to Continue Speaking on the Senate Floor

December 17, 2009

funniest Senate moment ever? Is this SNL?