Tuesday, November 28, 2017

France Submits to Terrorism, Muslim Anti-Semitism

In this mailing:
  • Guy Millière: France Submits to Terrorism, Muslim Anti-Semitism
  • A.J. Caschetta: Laundering Iran's Nukes - Again
  • Burak Bekdil: Erdogan's Interesting New Top Mayors

France Submits to Terrorism, Muslim Anti-Semitism

by Guy Millière  •  November 28, 2017 at 5:00 am
  • In France, since 2012, more than 250 people were killed by Islamic terrorism -- more than in all other European countries combined.
  • No other country in Europe has experienced so many attacks against Jews. France is a country where Jews are murdered because they are Jews.
  • "Muslim believers know very well what is happening. Only a minority is violent. But as a whole, they do not ignore that their birthrate is such that one day, everything here will be theirs". — Luc Ravel, Archbishop of Strasbourg.
Luc Ravel, Archbishop of Strasbourg, recently said that French political leaders know a population replacement is in progress that will quickly have much more serious consequences than those already evident today. (Image source: Peter Potrowl/Wikimedia Commons)
In Bagneux, France, on November 1, 2017, a plaque placed in memory of Ilan Halimi, a young Jew murdered in 2006 by a "gang of barbarians", was destroyed and covered with graffiti. When a few days later, another plaque replaced it, the French government issued a statement that "hate will not win".
There are many signs, however, that hate has already won and that France is sick. If these signs were already obvious a decade ago, they are even more obvious today. Voluntary blindness prevented them from being addressed.
Ilan Halimi was taken hostage in January 2006, then viciously tortured for three weeks. He was eventually abandoned, dying, on the edge of a road and died a few hours later.
Most of kidnappers, who were arrested a few days after the murder, were Muslims. They immediately confessed. They said they had chosen Halimi because he was a Jew and they thought that "all Jews have money". Some added that Jews "deserve to suffer".

Laundering Iran's Nukes - Again

by A.J. Caschetta  •  November 28, 2017 at 4:30 am
  • While President Obama was busy concocting the fiction that "moderates" in the Iranian regime were worthy of our trust, he knew full well that he was offering concessions to co-conspirators in the 9/11 attacks. The Obama administration had evidence that Iran facilitated Al-Qaeda in numerous ways, but Congress and the American people were in the dark.
  • Obama gets to boast about his deal, but the people of the U.S. got almost nothing. Everyone knows that Iran will spend the money in ways contrary to American interests. Even John Kerry acknowledged that much of it would go towards supporting Iran's terrorist proxies.
  • The result is an emboldened Iran, with the "right to enrich" uranium.
Anyone who closely and honestly examines the JCPOA "nuclear deal" with Iran will conclude that the Islamic Republic got just about everything they wanted, while the U.S. got a dubious promise of good behavior that expires after 10 years. Pictured: Then Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in Geneva on January 14, 2015 for negotiations. (Image source: U.S. Mission Geneva/Flickr)
Days away from the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry boasted about the success of the Obama administration's signature foreign policy achievement, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), on putatively "preventing" Iran's nuclear capability. "In reaching and implementing this deal," Kerry said, "we took a major security threat off the table without firing a single shot."
On the contrary, anyone who examines the JCPOA closely and honestly will come to the conclusion that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the mullahs got just about everything they wanted, while the U.S. got a dubious promise of good behavior that expires after 10 years.

Erdogan's Interesting New Top Mayors

by Burak Bekdil  •  November 28, 2017 at 4:00 am
  • Istanbul's new mayor had been one of the lawyers defending Islamist arsonists in what is known as the "Sivas case".
  • They set the hotel alight, while policemen allegedly stood by and watched as 37 people were killed. The city's Islamist mayor refused to send firefighters to put out the blaze. The assault took eight hours, without any intervention from the police, military or fire department.
Istanbul's outgoing mayor, Kadir Topbas (left), often gave the impression that he was a mild, pro-peace conservative, refraining from radical talk. Recently, Topbas bowed to pressure from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and quietly resigned. (Image source: WRI Türkiye Sürdürülebilir Şehirler/Flickr)
Ankara, Turkey's capital, has a population of about five million. Istanbul, the country's biggest city and commercial capital, has more than 15 million inhabitants. Turkey's top two cities have since 1994 been uninterruptedly run by elected mayors who feature various blends of religious conservatism, nationalism and Islamism. Recently, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan thought it was time for a changing of the guard in both cities; but the change looks more like old wine in a new bottle.


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