Archive for November, 2015

Obama, ISIS and You

November 23, 2015 Leave a comment


The Presidency’s shoe has been too big for Obama to fill; during his 7 years in White House he hasn’t been instrumental to anything that can minimally help promote the life of people across the world. He has done nothing productive to solve any problem currently the citizen of earth is facing with. He has just been an inept bystander of misery the mankind is suffering to the point that has allowed the ISIS terror movement to become a terror nation. His policy of ending a war is to lose it that is why he is so humble in face of Islam that refuses to use “Muslim” and “terrorism” in the same sentence. He is not only making himself a looser, and he is not only making the once-great nation of America a looser, but he is making the humanity a big looser. [DID]

Last Thursday, President Barack Obama fixed a global audience with either grim determination or intestinal discomfort and declared the islamofascist terrorist cabal known as ISIS had been “contained.” The announcement put him at odds with ISIS itself, which replied to Obama’s profession of progress by launching the worst attack on the city of Paris since the Nazis marched down the Champs-Élysées.

The complete annihilation of a man’s greatest foreign policy “achievement” at the hands of a group that he has repeatedly dismissed as “jayvee” might drive an ordinary man to at least re-evaluate his goals, if not his rhetoric. But our man Barry put “ordinary” in the rearview mirror somewhere between Bill Ayers’ living room and the back nine at Congressional Country Club. Obama responded to the blood-soaked repudiation of virtually every statement he has ever made about ISIS by bringing down the rhetorical hammer — on you. Read more…


NATO’s Turn to Attack

November 17, 2015 Leave a comment


There are plenty of passages in the Koran and other Muslim tracts that justify killing the nonconformists who refuse to submit to Islam. Anyone, Muslim or non-Muslim, deemed to have insulted Islam according to various rules of Islamic jurisprudence, might be flogged, imprisoned or executed. The truth about the infrastructure of this religion and the real theme of this cult has begun to unfold, conveying the message that “Islam is not a religion of peace but a provocation of uproar” to the public and the citizens of earth.

Islamist Jihadists cannot be stopped by force; in other word killing the Islamist ideologists will not solve the problem as long as the ideology remains intact. The tolerance of religious beliefs and practices outside Islam cannot be possible within Islam unless its doctrine changes track. It is time for Islam to get itself a modern revision that fits the today society and this can only be done by the Islamic leaders in the world. They are the ones that can make their Islamic communities understand the vital need for a change in the Islamic doctrine and that the Quran should be reinterpreted to fit into the current age.

Egypt President, General Al SiSi himself asserted the vital need for such change in his speech addressed to Islamic leaders, part of the speech: “You cannot see things clearly when you are locked in this ideology, you must emerge from it and look from outside in order to get closer to a truly enlightened ideology. We must oppose it with resolve, let me say it again we need to revolutionize our religion. The world in its entirety awaits your words, because the Islamic nation is being torn apart, destroyed, and is heading to perdition; we ourselves are bringing it to perdition.”

The problem is among the western politicians, Obama and western leaders are on denial that Islam principle is the root of terrorism since as part of U.S. hegemonic strategy they have planned to support some of the Islamists in the 3rd-world nations who advocate a leading role for Islam in government. There should be a universal will and support for people like Al Sisi to be able to tackle such an important matter, until then the world won’t see the peace it deserves. [DID]

On the morning after France’s long night of terror, the language of war has been impossible to avoid. President François Hollande declaredthe attacks on Paris “an act of war that was waged by a terrorist army, a jihadist army, by Daesh [the Islamic State], against France.” The Islamic State has hailed the “blessed” operation of its “soldiers” and has vowed continued attacks. Pope Francis has described the current state of events as “a piece” of a piecemeal Third World War.

The weather in Paris today is grim and gray, a reflection of the city’s somber mood. But as the French government prepares for a possible military response, France’s military allies — including the United States — would be wise to do the same. Paris would be within its rights to expect NATO to play a meaningful role in organizing a significant military response to the attacks.

In Brussels, at the political headquarters of NATO, and in Mons, the military “Pentagon” of NATO just an hour south, officials will be working through the weekend. The 28-nation alliance, after all, is founded on one key premise enshrined in the Article 5 of its founding treaty: “The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defence recognised by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or Parties so attacked.” It is worth noting that the only country to ever activate Article 5 was the United States after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. Read more…

As Marco Rubio rises, GOP Rivals are Reluctant to Take Him on Directly

November 12, 2015 Leave a comment

Eight Republican candidates faced off in Milwaukee

It is time for fresh blood into the system of U.S. government; it is time to get rid of all those old dinosaurs. Rubio is a smart young man with great leadership compatible with the 21st century, maybe he is the one which U.S. needs plenty of. [DID]

MILWAUKEE — As Marco Rubio settles into his new role as a rising top-tier candidate, most of his opponents in the Republican presidential race are showing a reluctance and even an unwillingness to engage him directly on the national stage.

The spotlight on Rubio is intensifying in the media as journalists investigate the senator’s political record and background. But he otherwise is left facing relatively low hurdles for now, bypassing the kind of heated personal clashes that have shaped the 2016 nomination race.

For Rubio, it is a return to the lofty status he had after he burst onto the national scene five years ago. Many Republican elites are once again celebrating him as the party’s golden boy, if not its strongest general-election candidate, and fear seeing him bruised too badly during the primary season. Read more…

The Terrorist Iran’s Regime Calls U.S. World’s Top Terrorism Supporter

November 8, 2015 Leave a comment
Criminal Mostafa Pour Mohammadi, known as the minister of death, who has had direct participation in murdering thousands of political prisoners in Iran

Criminal Mostafa Pour Mohammadi, IRI’s Justice Minister, known as the minister of death, who has had direct participation in murdering thousands of political prisoners in Iran.

The criminal regime of IRI is telling the truth. In 1979 the Islamic revolution and the IRI regime have been helped by U.S. financially and strategically and were given the required potential to be imposed upon the people of Iran against their freewill. Since then U.S. has been supporting the terrorist regime of mullahs in Iran for more than 3 decades. The regime suppresses the Iranian people by resorting to arbitrary arrest, detention, rape, torture, and extrajudicial executions while at the same time Uncle Sam makes sure that the mullahs have all the logistic and strategies at their disposal to hold on power through imposing terror, violence, and fear among its public. And when the Iranian oppositions in Tehran streets started shouting “Obama you are either with us or with them”, the U.S. president turned his back on them and chose to extend his hand out to terrorist mullahs.

During the last 37 years U. S. has indirectly allowed the Iran’s regime to spread its Islamic hegemonic policies throughout the Middle East (e.g., U.S. withdrew its force from Iraq and let the IRI regime to take over the country’s government) by training its proxy militants and promoting Jihadist ideology in the region from Mediterranean to Persian Gulf. In other word U.S. has used Iran as the main source of training Islamic radical groups in the region, better to say uses the regime as a wrecking ball to demolish the Middle East infrastructures. Apocalyptic Iran’s regime has hailed its destructive role in the region since it is in its belief that revolutionary imamate should rule until the Islamic dreamland could be fully achieved and Shi’a Messiah or Mahdi emerges from a utopian state of supernatural to presage the end of days.

Regardless, the conduct of the Mullahs in Iran has never been fully understood by the West that at some point of time this wrecking ball puppet could eventually backfire on its puppeteers by catching them off guard with no chance to respond. On the contrary U.S. develops an Iran deal to rescue the regime from economic bankruptcy and provide it with enough financial support to continue its Islamic hegemonic doctrine. This policy of the World Powers led by U.S. is part of their long term new-world-order strategy in the Middle East, which will take a decade of regional destruction and fatality for them to be able to reap any benefits. [DID]

The head of Iran’s Justice Minister on Friday called the United States the world’s top supporter of terrorism and drug trafficker, according to regional reports.

Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, Iran’s Justice Minister, made the remarks while in Russia for a meeting with his counterparts.

“I want to say that we perceive the United States as country supporting terrorism and spread of narcotic substances,” Pour-Mohammadi was quoted as saying in Iran’s state-controlled press. Read more…