Ponder This

November 24, 2010

This little news item is not so new (it's been circulating for quite some time now), but as our nation's airports devolve into government-sanctioned Groping Centers, I see no reason not to seriously think about implementing the security measures below.

Given the choice between:

(1) A TSA agent touching your junk, in search of something "suspicious" that could pose a national security; or

(2) A security device developed by the Israelis (see below), a people who've had much experience balancing the need for security (e.g., scores of dirtbags like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed et al) with the needs of a difficult and demanding flying public (think 5.9 million Ed Kochs/Mike Bloombergs of the world?!)...

...who/what would you choose?!


Hot off the presses! Announcing....


The Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners at the airports.

It's a booth you step into, which will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you have on your body.

They see this as a win-win for everyone, with none of the profiling BS, racial or otherwise. It would also eliminate the costs of a long and expensive trial, as justice would be swift. Case closed.

So picture this:

You're in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter an announcement comes over the PA system:

"Attention standby passengers — we now have a seat available on flight number 1342. Shalom, and enjoy your flight!"

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Deadly Cute

November 5, 2010

Maybe cute little Hasan (see video clip below) will make his parents proud and grow up to be a shaheed or martyr, who blows himself and other little children up.

They inculcate their children with hate from cradle to grave, while we teach ours political-correctness. So in this clash of civilizations, who do you think will survive?

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Wahhabi U. Strikes Again

October 8, 2010

Wahhabi U. (aka Columbia University) has just launched the first-ever "Center for Palestine Studies" in the U.S. (See story here.)

In honor of whom? The Center is dedicated to Columbia professor Edward Said, i.e., the late radical Islamist, and virulently anti-Semitic rock-thrower (Said was once photographed throwing rocks over the Lebanese border into Israel, trying to hit Israelis on the other side), who was also a former member of the Palestinian National Council.

Directed by whom? The co-director of the Center is Palestinian-American Professor Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, a former spokesman for terrorist leader Yasser Arafat; former advisor to the PLO terrorist organization; apologist for terrorist organizations; and friend of Barack Obama.

To Columbia's donors: This is what your dollars are funding.

[Posted by R.S.]

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Deadly Fashion

September 7, 2010

While the French have a habit of succumbing to nasty political movements (remember Vichy France?), let’s hope in this case, their sense of chic will prevail over their spinelessness.

Burkas and hijabs, as seen in the video clip below, are not only a national security risk (who and/or what is under them?), but more importantly, they’re a major fashion faux pas!

Check out this video:

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Welcome To Disney World

August 30, 2010

Looks like Orlando, Florida has more to offer now than just Disney World. Check out the video below.

This is exactly why Americans are wary of Islamic mosques/centers, because so many have been shown to be hotbeds of Islamic terrorist activity and recruitment centers for terrorist wannabes and sympathizers.

The mainstream media calls this wariness "Islamophobia." I call it a healthy fear of Islamic terrorism and those who propagate it.

Political-correctness may dictate that we avoid using the term "Islamic" when talking about terrorism, but as someone once said "You can't talk about the dangers of snake poisoning and not mention snakes."

[p.s. Some of you may recognize in the video Special Agent (retired), U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, and author of the bestseller "Muslim Mafia", Dave Gaubatz, who spoke to our organization in December.]

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