Thursday, March 31, 2011

Wal-Mart chief warns of "serious" inflation in coming months

Get ready, folks, it's coming.

That small speck of light that has been off in the distance behind you, growing slightly larger every time you looked at it--it's about to slam into you.


At the rate the Fed has been printing money, it was bound to happen.

How much it will rise is still being debated, but it will not be good.

Prepare yourselves.
Stock up as much as you can, buy in bulk, use coupons, shop the sales, whatever you need to do.


Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Should the US supply arms to the Libyan rebels?

Should the US supply arms to the Libyan rebels?

President Obama and/or Secretary of State Hillary Clinton haven't made up their mind(s).

I say absolutely NOT.

We need to distance ourselves from the internal struggles in these Middle Eastern nations.
Heck, we don't even know how many Al Qaeda/Hezbollah/Muslim Brotherhood fighters are among the rebels in Libya.

The US has a less than stellar record when arming rebels and insurgents.

In the Middle East, it's almost a guarantee to end badly for us.
No matter who ends up in control, it's all but guaranteed they will not be friendly to the US.
The region is dominated by theocratic regimes, despotic dictators, and monarchies.

Hmmmm, which of these is most like the USA?

Exactly zero.

We should observe, very closely, the events taking place, but should remain 100% neutral militarily.


"Freelance Jihadists" join Libyan rebels

From the article;

"......A former leader of Libya's al Qaeda affiliate says he thinks "freelance jihadists" have joined the rebel forces, as NATO's commander told Congress on Tuesday that intelligence indicates some al Qaeda and Hezbollah terrorists are fighting Col. Moammar Gadhafi's forces.

Former jihadist Noman Benotman, who renounced his al Qaeda affiliation in 2000, said in an interview that he estimates 1,000 jihadists are in Libya.

On Capitol Hill, Adm. James Stavridis, the NATO commander, when asked about the presence of al Qaeda terrorists among the rebels, said the leadership of the opposition is made up of "responsible men and women."

"We have seen flickers in the intelligence of potential al Qaeda, Hezbollah," the four-star admiral said. "We've seen different things. But at this point, I don't have detail sufficient to say that there's a significant al Qaeda presence, or any other terrorist presence, in and among these folks."

The military is continuing to "look at that very closely," he said, because "it's part of doing due diligence as we move forward on any kind of relationship" with the opposition.

Outside observers generally estimate the number of trained Libyan fighters to be about 1,000.

Concern over the makeup of opposition forces surfaced Tuesday as representatives from 40 governments and international organizations met in London and stepped up efforts to oust the Gadhafi regime and prepared for a hoped-for transition to a democratic state.

Concern over the makeup of opposition forces surfaced Tuesday as representatives from 40 governments and international organizations met in London and stepped up efforts to oust the Gadhafi regime and prepared for a hoped-for transition to a democratic state.

(article continues)

"Concern over the makeup of the opposition forces surfaced TUESDAY????"

Dear Lord, these people are either stupid beyond belief, or are arrogant in their belief that we are.

Al Qaeda and Hezbollah?

So, Iran's hand is being revealed in this.................?

Go figure.


Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Prominent Obama Advisor advocates US military invasion of Israel and protection of "New State of Palestine"

Well, well.
President Obama's Middle East motives are becoming clearer by the day.

Ms. Power is Special Assistant to President Barack Obama and runs the Office of Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights as Senior Director of Multilateral Affairs on the Staff of the National Security Council.

She is also a well-known Israel-hater.

Do your own research on her and her views, please.

I know the interview below is from 2002, but this person is a well-published, Pulitzer Prize winning author whose views on Israel are very well-known.

My sense of all this is that there is something sinister going on here, and I'm afraid to lend voice to it yet.

Oh, another thing.

She is the wife of Cass Sunstein, who is the
Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget (Regulatory Czar for short)

How convenient.


A transcript of the above interview is below: (emphasis mine )

INTERVIEWER: "Let me give you a thought experiment here, and it is the following: without addressing the Palestine -- Israel problem, let's say you were an advisor to the President of the United States, how would you respond to current events there? Would you advise him to put a structure in place to monitor that situation, at least if one party or another [starts] looking like they might be moving toward genocide?" 

POWER: "What we don't need is some kind of early warning mechanism there, what we need is a willingness to put something on the line in helping the situation. Putting something on the line might mean alienating a domestic constituency of tremendous political and financial import; it may more crucially mean sacrificing — or investing, I think, more than sacrificing — billions of dollars, not in servicing Israel's military, but actually investing in the new State of Palestine, in investing the billions of dollars it would probably take, also, to support what will have to be a mammoth protection force, not of the old Rwanda kind, but a meaningful military presence
Because it seems to me at this stage (and this is true of actual genocides as well, and not just major human rights abuses, which were seen there), you have to go in as if you're serious, you have to put something on the line. Unfortunately, imposition of a solution on unwilling parties is dreadful. It's a terrible thing to do, it's fundamentally undemocratic. But, sadly, we don't just have a democracy here either, we have a liberal democracy. 
There are certain sets of principles that guide our policy, or that are meant to, anyway. It's essential that some set of principles becomes the benchmark, rather than a deference to [leaders] who are fundamentally politically destined to destroy the lives of their own people. And by that I mean what Tom Freidman has called "Sharafat." 
I do think in that sense, both political leaders have been dreadfully irresponsible. And, unfortunately, it does require external intervention."

Associated Press "fact check" of Obama Libya speech finds flaws in his "facts"

You know it's bad when even the left-leaning Associated Press broke down the President's speech from Monday night, and found it lacking facts.

Obama has broken his own word, once again.
As a Congressman, and on the campaign trail, he repeatedly railed against President Bush's military actions, but at least those were approved by Congress.

In his own book, "Audacity of Hope", he railed against prior military actions by the United States, saying the country would lack legitimacy if we use our military might "without a well-articulated strategy that the public supports and the world understands. Why invade Iraq and not North Korea or Burma? Why intervene in Bosnia and not Darfur?"

So, Mr. President, I ask;

Why Libya and not Yemen?

Why Libya and not Syria?

My answer is well known to my readers;

We need to stand down, and let these revolutions play themselves out, and only then can we even begin to know who we'll have to deal with.

The Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda are major players in all the countries in which there is currently unrest, and we should not be aiding and supporting either of them with our military, as we most assuredly are in Libya.


Monday, March 28, 2011

Like it or not, the US is now the ally of the Muslim Brotherhood

More and more, the United States is moving towards an open alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood.


".....As in Egypt and Tunisia, the Brotherhood in Libya has been energized by the sudden upheaval sweeping the Arab world."

Dr. Abdulmonem Hresha, a prominent Muslim Brotherhood member from Libya, says in the article,

"We've been working secretly till this moment."


Well, the secret's out, and the Obama Administration is pressing on with what amounts to direct military aid for the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda supported rebellion.


Sunday, March 27, 2011

Obama: Libya Action has Saved Thousands

Obama: Libya Action has Saved Thousands

( a preview of Obama's upcoming address to the nation on Monday.. )

This is probably true- however it does nothing to explain why the action is in the interests of the United States, nor does it address exactly why we are supporting the same side as Al Qaeda.
It says nothing to address why we have committed military forces in Libya, and not Egypt, Syria, Yemen, etc., that are also suffering at the hands of the government forces in those Arab States.


Defense Secretary: Libya Did Not Pose Threat to U.S., Was Not 'Vital National Interest' to Intervene

Defense Secretary: Libya Did Not Pose Threat to U.S., Was Not 'Vital National Interest' to Intervene

Even the Secretary of Defense admits it wasn't in our national interest to intervene in Libya.

There are hidden reasons for our military actions, I believe.
Why support the rebels that are known to have Al Qaeda backing?

Why not intervene in the other Arab countries that are in open rebellion?

I say again;

this Administration are either fools, or are complicit in some hidden agenda.


Saturday, March 26, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood Moves to Seize Power in Egypt

Muslim Brotherhood Moves to Seize Power in Egypt

Again, I say that Obama and his minions are either complete fools or are complicit.


Libyan rebel commander admits his fighters have al-Qaeda links

Libyan rebel commander admits his fighters have al-Qaeda links

So the US is supporting Al Qaeda.

Obama and his military/intelligence advisers are at best fools, and at worst-complicit in the aiding & abetting of the sworn enemies of the United States.


Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Libya war: Germans pull forces out of NATO as Libyan coalition falls apart

From the Article below;

  • Tensions with Britain as Gates rebukes UK government over suggestion Gaddafi could be assassinated
  • French propose a new political 'committee' to oversee operations
  • Germany pulls equipment out of NATO coalition over disagreement over campaign's direction
  • Italians accuse French of backing NATO in exchange for oil contracts
  • No-fly zone called into question after first wave of strikes 'neutralises' Libyan military machine
  • U.K. ministers say war could last '30 years'
  • Italy to 'take back control' of bases used by allies unless NATO leadership put in charge of the mission
  • Russians tell U.S. to stop bombing in order to protect civilians - calls bombing a 'crusade'
Deep divisions between allied forces currently bombing Libya worsened today as the German military announced it was pulling forces out of NATO over continued disagreement on who will lead the campaign.

A German military spokesman said it was recalling two frigates and AWACS surveillance plane crews from the Mediterranean, after fears they would be drawn into the conflict if NATO takes over control from the U.S.
The infighting comes as a heated meeting of NATO ambassadors yesterday failed to resolve whether the 28-nation alliance should run the operation to enforce a U.N.-mandated no-fly zone, diplomats said.
Yesterday a war of words erupted between the U.S. and Britain after the U.K. government claimed Muammar Gaddafi is a legitimate target for assassination.
U.K. government officials said killing the Libyan leader would be legal if it prevented civilian deaths as laid out in a U.N. resolution.

But U.S. defence secretary Robert Gates hit back at the suggestion, saying it would be 'unwise' to target the Libyan leader adding cryptically that the bombing campaign should stick to the 'U.N. mandate'.

Libya war: Germans pull forces out of NATO as Libyan coalition falls apart | Mail Online

Exactly who does President Obama think honestly believes that the US has ever been in control of this fiasco??

What a bloody mess.


U.S. allied with Al Qaida against Quaddaffi???

Al Qaida leader voices encouragement to Libyan rebels

Al Qaida is supporting the Libyan rebels. How deep that support goes is up in the air.
Nonetheless, a senior Al Qaida leader is urging the Libyan rebels to continue their fight.

This is exactly why I maintain that the US should stay out of these "revolutions" in the Arab world, and see who takes power when they are done.
We simply do not know who is supporting these rebellions, and certainly have no idea what the power base will look like in the end.

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.
Especially in the Arab world.


Revealed — The Left’s Economic Terrorism Playbook: The Chase Campaign by a Coalition of Unions, Community Groups, Lawmakers and Students to Take Down US Capitalism and Redistribute Wealth & Power | The Blaze

There is a serious threat to the US economy--the Stock Market, the banking and housing industry--being planned by a group of union activists and so-called 'community organizers'.

It seems that this gentleman, Stephen Lerner, is not only a senior strategist at SEIU, he's also a 'friend of Barry"--has been a visitor to the White House on several occasions.

He is also known to have consulted recently (Dec. 2010) with Elizabeth Warren who is the Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at the US Treasury. I wonder what that conversation was like....?

This speech, this plan of theirs, represents a "Clear and Present Danger" to the economic stability of the United States.

This man, along with every single one of his co-conspirators, should be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of Federal law.

The link below will take you to the audio of this man giving a speech-which details part of the plan to disrupt the economy-to a union group.

Revealed — The Left’s Economic Terrorism Playbook: The Chase Campaign by a Coalition of Unions, Community Groups, Lawmakers and Students to Take Down US Capitalism and Redistribute Wealth & Power | The Blaze

Not a Glenn Beck fan??

Here's an analysis of the same information from Business Insider magazine online edition;

Business Insider article

from Business Insider;

".....A former official of one of the country's most-powerful unions, SEIU, has a secret plan to "destabilize" the country.
The plan is designed to destroy JP Morgan, nuke the stock market, and weaken Wall Street's grip on power, thus creating the conditions necessary for a redistribution of wealth and a change in government.
The former SEIU official, Stephen Lerner, spoke in a closed session at a Pace University forum last weekend."

".....Lerner's plan is to organize a mass, coordinated "strike" on mortgage, student loan, and local government debt payments--thus bringing the banks to the edge of insolvency and forcing them to renegotiate the terms of the loans. This destabilization and turmoil, Lerner hopes, will also crash the stock market, isolating the banking class and allowing for a transfer of power.
Lerner's plan starts by attacking JP Morgan Chase in early May, with demonstrations on Wall Street, protests at the annual shareholder meeting, and then calls for a coordinated mortgage strike.
Lerner also says explicitly that, although the attack will benefit labor unions, it cannot be seen as being organized by them. It must therefore be run by community organizations."

This is as serious a threat as I have heard.

Will the government intervene?
I seriously doubt it.
The man was a senior SEIU official. No one can confirm exactly what his position is these days.
As we all know, Barack Obama has been an SEIU supporter "all my adult life".

Nothing will be done to curtail these plans, at least nothing by the government.


Tuesday, March 22, 2011

What a mess we have made of the Libya situation........

 This is what happens when;

1. The US allows another nation or organization to take the lead in ANY military action.

2. The US President shows anything but strong, confident leadership in military actions

3. The Progressives resort to force to "solve" a problem we have absolutely no business in poking our noses into.

The French, Germans, and Turkish are already squabbling;

Anti-Libya Alliance fraying at the edges

The Italians are upset with the Alliance;

Italy threatening to remove itself from Alliance

Now there's word that the Arab League itself is critical of the airstrikes;
(go figure)

Arab League backpedaling has begun

My friends, this is the mess our President has allowed to happen by letting Hillary Clinton set up her own little war.

I only hope voters remember these events next year, and tell Mr. Obama (and Mrs. Clinton if she throws her pantssuit into the arena) "thanks, but no thanks--been there, done that...."


Obama’s muddled message on the Middle East -- Even the Liberal Progressives see he's disinterested

Obama’s muddled message on the Middle East - The Washington Post

from the article above;

"......To tell you the truth, I don’t know whether it was appropriate for Obama to go through with his trip to South America, but it sure was symbolic. Here was his country entering yet another military operation, and there was the president in Brazil. The contrast was jarring — as if he was quite literally distancing himself from the consequences of his own policy. The man supposed to be the center of it all was on the periphery.

Obama has no stomach for the war in Afghanistan but fights it anyway. The same holds for what remains of our effort in Iraq. Now it is Libya. These missions lack clarity, and the first two were so botched by the previous administration they are beyond salvation. But Libya is — and ought to remain — a humanitarian mission, one that would have been better undertaken sooner rather than later by a unified administration that had a coherent message and was clear on its goals. It could have made an argument for staying out or it could have made a more forceful argument for going in. Instead it made both. Milton Berle now plays the White House."

It seems that even his own Press Corps (the entire 'mainstream media') see the man's indifference.

Party on, Barry...................


Sunday, March 20, 2011

The Day After The Dollar Crashes - A Survival Guide for the Rise of the New World Order

I am neither endorsing nor debunking any information contained in the potential scenario detailed in this video, nor am I trying to sell books for this gentleman.

I simply find it thought-provoking, and wish to share it with you.


The Failing US Bond Market, the Coming Hyperinflation and the End of the Dollar Reserve System

The failing US Bond market & coming hyperinflation


the PIGS, or PIIGS debt, referred to in the linked article above, refers to the combined debt of the failed economies of Portugal, Ireland, (Italy), Greece, and Spain.

Extremely thought provoking stuff.


Geithner worries Japan will dump treasuries to raise cash

What if Japan dumps their US Treasury holdings to raise cash??

This is a very, very possible scenario, and the US is ill-prepared for it.


TEA Party vs. Union--Media portrayals

Now THIS is the most accurate portrayal of TEA Party/Union demonstrators I've ever seen!!!

Editorial Cartoon

Saturday, March 19, 2011

More evidence Obama is clueless- CBO says Administration misjudges Federal Budget by 2.3 TRILLION dollars!!

CBO: Obama understates deficits by $2.3 trillion - Yahoo! Finance

Not only is Obama clueless, but his entire Administration are idiots.

We are so screwed.


Barack Obama: The Weakest President in history?

Barack Obama: The Weakest President in history?

Well, as if there were any doubt as to how our President is viewed by other nations, there is the article linked above.

from that article;

"What is President Obama doing about anything? The most alarming answer – your guess is as good as mine – is also, frankly, the most accurate one. What the President is not doing is being clear, resolute and pro-active, which is surely a big part of his job description. This is what he has to say about the popular uprising in Libya: “Gaddafi must go.” At least, that was his position on March 3."

As I said before-the impression of Obama;

the man simply doesn't care, or is oblivious.


President Obama lands in Brazil while conservatives blast trip during chaos in Japan, Libya

President Obama lands in Brazil while conservatives blast trip during chaos in Japan, Libya

President Obama could care less about anything going on in this Country, or the rest of the world, for that matter.
At least, his actions, and lack of words, give that impression.

While our ally, Japan, remains in the largest crisis they've face since the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, the President, his family, and a few family friends are on a vacation in Brazil, Chile, and El Salvador.

Since the earthquake and resulting tsunami hit Japan, he has played golf twice, has hosted a White House party, has made a video for ESPN showcasing his personal picks in the NCAA basketball tournaments, and departed on the current vacation.

Meanwhile, the entire Middle east is in chaos, with the results of several rebellions in Arab/Muslim nations in doubt.

Personally, I would rather the US President cast a shadow over the White House lawn than in Rio de Janeiro during a time like this.

The man simply either doesn't care, or is oblivious to current events.


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Lawmaker to Union thugs--"Tennessee isn't Wisconsin", as they are forcibly removed by State Troopers in Nashville

Today I am a proud Tennesseean.

See, our state is a "Red State" that up until the past couple years, had been unjustly ruled by a narrowly elected majority of Liberal Democrats that all but ruined this State.
However, Conservatives have made a huge comeback in the past couple of elections, and the current mood at the State Legislature is definitively Conservative.
I heard about the planned demonstration on Chattanooga talk radio on Monday but was unable to get on as a caller. Looks like our folks in Nashville are representing us like we told them to.


 This ain't Wisconsin........

Troopers forcibly carried out seven union supporters from the Tennessee's legislative office complex on Tuesday after their protest disrupted a Senate committee hearing.

The disruption occurred after hundreds of labor supporters gathered for a midday protest near the Capitol to denounce a bill to strip teachers of their collective bargaining rights. The seven arrested were among those who stood up during the hearing and began chants about "union busting" by the Legislature.
Most demonstrators left the hearing room after a half-hour, but a small group tried to lock arms to keep from being removed.
Troopers pulled the holdouts out of the room one by one, while lawmakers, lobbyists and other observers looked on. Several fellow protesters shouted: "Shame!"
The protesters, some of whom were dragged to a nearby conference room, were arrested and faced charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Republican Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey of Blountville in a statement said he supports the right to protest and assemble peacefully in Tennessee. But he said the protesters went too far.
"This General Assembly will not be intimidated by nomadic bands of professional agitators on spring break bent on disruption," he said. "We talk through our differences here. Tennessee is not Wisconsin."

Food prices up most since 1974

Sound familiar?

Folks, if the so-called "media" in this country are alarmed about this, you'd better believe it's a real problem.

Many of us have been screaming at the top of our lungs for the past several years that food prices were set to go up, due to numerous crop failures, diversion of corn for ethanol production, among other factors.

I personally am putting in a backyard garden this spring, and am stockpiling food, shooping sales, discount stores, couponing, anything I can to stock up on as much non-perishable food items as I can. I strongly advise you to research this, formulate a plan, and work your plan.

And the sad part?

Hyperinflation is also ont the horizon, which will cause the price of everything to go up, which will raise food prices even further.



Wholesale prices jumped last month by the most in nearly two years due to higher energy costs and the steepest rise in food prices in 36 years. Excluding those volatile categories, inflation was tame.

The Labor Department said Wednesday that the Producer Price Index rose a seasonally adjusted 1.6 percent in February -- double the 0.8 percent rise in the previous month. Outside of food and energy costs, the core index ticked up 0.2 percent, less than January's 0.5 percent rise.

Food prices soared 3.9 percent last month, the biggest gain since November 1974. Most of that increase was due to a sharp rise in vegetable costs, which increased nearly 50 percent. That was the most in almost a year. Meat and dairy products also rose.

Energy prices rose 3.3 percent last month, led by a 3.7 percent increase in gasoline costs.

Separately, the Commerce Department said home construction plunged to a seasonally adjusted 479,000 homes last month, down 22.5 percent from the previous month. It was lowest level since April 2009, and the second-lowest on records dating back more than a half-century.

The building pace is far below the 1.2 million units a year that economists consider healthy.

There was little sign of inflationary pressures outside of food and energy. Core prices have increased 1.8 percent in the past 12 months.

Still consumers are paying more for the basic necessities.

Gas prices spiked in February and are even higher now. The national average price was $3.56 a gallon Tuesday, up 43 cents, or 13.7 percent, from a month earlier, according to the AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge. Rising demand for oil in fast-growing emerging economies such as China and India has pushed up prices in recent months. Turmoil in Libya, Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries has also sent prices higher.

But economists expect the earthquake in Japan to lower oil prices for the next month or two, which should temper increases in wholesale prices in coming months. Japan is a big oil consumer, and its economy will suffer in the aftermath of the quake. But as the country begins to rebuild later this year, the cost of oil and other raw materials, such as steel and cement, could rise.

Oil prices fell sharply Tuesday as fears about Japan's nuclear crisis intensified. Oil dropped $4.01, or 4 percent, to settle at $97.18 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Food costs, meanwhile, are rising. Bad weather in the past year has damaged crops in Australia, Russia, and South America. Demand for corn for ethanol use has also contributed to the increase.

Prices rose 1 percent for apparel, the most in 21 years. Costs also increased for cars, jewelry, and consumer plastics.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Singer fantasizes about having homosexual TV relationship with 16 year old

As if we need any reminders that this world we are living in has gone to hell in a handbasket, I present to you an article regarding a Television show (which I admit I've never seen).

What appalls me most of all is the total disregard for the theme of the interview-by Jay leno or the show's star- that Elton John, an openly homosexual 63-year old, made a comment that he'd like to be on the show, and "end up in bed" with the 16-year old gay character on the show.

The fact that this is glossed over by Leno and the actress, and the total silence by the "media" in this country-well, it's just a sign of the miserable times in which we live.



63-year-old aging rock star Elton John wants to be a guest star on the hit TV series "Glee" with the storyline that he's the lover of the overbearing coach of the cheerleaders, but he ends up in bed with the show's 16-year-old gay virgin.

This was revealed by the Emmy Award-winning co-star of the program Jane Lynch on Monday's "Tonight Show"

JAY LENO, HOST: Now, I want to, is there any truth that Elton John will be on "Glee," is this true?

JANE LYNCH, "GLEE": I don't know if he'll be on "Glee," but, he loves the show.

LENO: Mm-hmm.

LYNCH: He came up to me at the event and said that he had had lunch with Ryan Murphy, who is the guy who created our show.

LENO: Right.

LYNCH: He's our lord and creator, and…

LENO: Right.

LYNCH: He pitched Ryan some potential storylines that he could be a part of. He said the first thing he said, "What I'd like to do is perhaps be your lover, but I end up in bed with Chris."

[ Laughter ]

LYNCH: Now Chris on the show is sixteen, so that would be jail bait, would it not?

LENO: Yeah. That would be. That would not be. Yeah. That would tend to frown on that.

LYNCH: Yes. But I hope he'll be on the show.

LENO: Well, it sounds like him, because, you know, 'cause he's one of those of those hot and cold.

LYNCH: Yeah.

LENO: "No. Get away." Or, if he came up to you guys with ideas, that means he wants to be on the show.

LYNCH: Well, that would be great. I mean, I think it would be awesome. Wouldn't it?

LENO: That would be cool, yeah.

Yeah, that would be awesome and so cool. Let's get a 63-year-old guy on the show that proposed ending up in bed with one of the lead characters who happens to be a 16-year-old gay virgin.

That would be must-see TV.

But the depravity here on John's part goes even further.

If he actually is a fan of the show, he must know that Kurt, the character Chris Coffer plays, is a totally naive, innocent, sweet kid that has no idea what sex is. That includes homosexual sex.

In last week's episode - full disclosure, I'm a huge fan of the show - we found out that Kurt is so innocent when it comes to sex that his gay bestfriend approached his father to have a pseudo "birds and the bees" discussion with his son.

The friend's fear was that Kurt is so naive and innocent that his first sexual encounter could be with the wrong person for all the wrong reasons, and it could end up being unprotected.

Kurt's father then had a chat with his son - pamphlets and all - until Kurt got so embarrassed by it he excused himself and walked out of the kitchen.

So, yes, let's get 63-year-old Elton John on the show despite his desire to end up in bed with this fictitious child.

By all means.

Free Speech under attack if it ever isn't under attack by Progressive elements.

This case, detailed here
is a prime example of how even telling the TRUTH can get you in trouble.

I guess my name--among many others--is also being highlighted in bold on the radar screen of the Thought Police.

So be it.


Monday, March 14, 2011

Coming soon; a restored Middle Eastern Caliphate

Harvard Professor;
By 2021 There Could Be A Restored Middle Eastern Caliphate

Read more:

Where are the Progressive "mainstream Media" in all this??

Oh, yeah, they're all busy cheering on the 'revolutionaries' in virtually every Arab Middle Eastern nation, no matter that for every nation that is toppled, it lends its momentum to the oncoming New Caliphate (my term).


Palestinians celebrate brutal stabbing murders of Jewish family by Palestinian man

Ah...the poor, poor, peace-loving "Palestinians, who only want a homeland of their own.
(insert sarcasm here)

When a Palestinian man stabbed to death 3 Jewish children and their parents, the kindly folks in the Gaza settlements hit the streets in celebration, and hand out candy following the murders.

These are the same sorts of people that celebrated in the streets following September 11, 2001.
Why do the Progressives insist that the Palestinians are the 'good guys'?
If the roles were reversed, the resulting news coverage by the Progressives would supplant the Japanese earthquake/tsunami coverage.,7340,L-4041106,00.html

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The New Middle East

Just as I predicted, the radical Islamists are taking advantage of the power vacuum left after the "revolution" that purged Hosni Mubarak's regime in Egypt.

The Progressive Useful Idiots (the lamestream media)-who cheered like drunken sailors at a cathouse while the only semi stable non Israeli Middle Eastern State went down the crapper- are curiously silent on this. 


It's developing exactly the way they wanted in the first place.

You would have to be completely naive not to know that the radical Islamists were the ones fomenting the 'rebellion" in the first place.

Just like they previously did in Tunisia, and are now doing in Libya, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain--virtually all Arab/Muslim countries are reporting widespread unrest.

The Great Caliphate is almost upon us.


Perhaps a widespread war between the soon-to-be-formed radically dominated Muslim states to decide who/what nation will lead the Caliphate.

My prediction?

Cleansing of undesirables (disguised as 'unrest') in Iran, with the radical Islamic theocratic regime  there consolidating its power, then exerting their rule over the other countries, who will be weakened from 'revolution'.

One thing for sure;

the Middle East as we have known it will cease to exist very soon.

The form that it takes??

I sincerely hope I am wrong, but I fear I am not.


The radical Islamists are making their play in Egypt- just as predicted

UPDATE 2-Sectarian strife flares in Egypt, 13 killed | News by Country | Reuters

This may well be the opening salvo predicted by yours truly by the radical Islamic elements that were behind the "revolution" in Egypt.
Which Islamic Sect will eventually rule Egypt?

Remain vigilant, my friends.


Obama gets Carter's Disease in Libya

American Thinker: Obama gets Carter's Disease in Libya

As a former US Army soldier that was waiting to go into Active duty during the Iran Hostage crisis in 1979-80, I certainly remember vividly Mr. Carter's ineptness that got a number of GI's killed during the botched "rescue attempt".

This "useful idiot" reminds me of Jimmy Carter more and more with every passing day.


White Men need not apply

American Thinker: The White Man's Burden

Sound familiar?

If you watch the "mainstream Media", read most any newspaper, or "newsmagazine", it should.


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Ahmadinejad calls for new world order

Just what the world needs- a partnership between the lunatic Ahmadinejad and the country with one of the world's largest military.



Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran and India need to help spread justice in the world as the duo share humane perspectives on international affairs.

"Currently, the formation of a new world order is of prime importance and it is upon the independent countries to prevent the same old oppressive order from insinuating itself into a new form," the website of the Iranian president's office quoted him as saying in a meeting with India's National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon in Tehran on Monday.

Ahmadinejad underlined the role of Iran's and India's cultural background and said the issue of culture will significantly contribute to the new world order.

The Iranian chief executive also called for further cooperation between Tehran and New Delhi.

For his part, the Indian official lauded his country's relations with the Islamic Republic and emphasized India's willingness "to establish all-out strategic relations with Iran."

Iran is India's second-largest oil supplier after Saudi Arabia, with New Delhi importing 12 million barrels of Iranian crude on a monthly basis.

Trade volume between Iran and India reached almost $13 billion in 2007 after business between the two countries jumped by 80 percent.

India imported 21.3 million tons of crude oil from Iran from March 21, 2009 to March 21, 2010.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Saudi Government Says Demonstrations, Marches Prohibited by Kingdom's Laws

Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry said that demonstrations, marches and sit-ins are "strictly" prohibited under the kingdom's laws, the Saudi Press Agency said, citing an unidentified official at the Interior Ministry.

Protests "contradict" Islam and the values of society, the Riyadh-based news service cited the official as saying. They harm public interest, infringe on the rights of others, spread "chaos" and lead to bloodshed, the official said.

Public demonstrations are usually prohibited in Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter and an absolute monarchy ruled by six kings since it was established in 1932. Websites have called for a nationwide "Day of Rage" on March 11 and March 20 in Saudi Arabia, according to Human Rights Watch.

Other Middle Eastern governments have been the target of a wave of protests this year, inspired by the popular uprisings that forced out the leaders of Tunisia and Egypt. In Bahrain, home to the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet, mainly Shiite protesters are demanding free elections and a constitutional monarchy.

Bahrain, like Saudi Arabia, has a Shiite community that complains of discrimination by Sunni rulers. The Saudi Shiites make up about 10 to 15 percent of the population.

Shiite Protests

Shiite Muslims in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia held two demonstrations on March 3 to call for the release of prisoners. About 100 people staged the first protest in the Shiite Muslim village of Awwamiya in the kingdom's Eastern Province.

A similar number of people later demonstrated in the city of Qatif under strong police presence.

A third demonstration, demanding the release of Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amir, was held yesterday in al-Hofuf in the Eastern Province, according to Tawfiq al-Saif, a prominent Shiite activist from the eastern region, and a second activist, who declined to be identified for security reasons. Al-Amir, a Shiite Muslim cleric, was arrested on Feb. 27 after he called for a constitutional monarchy and equal rights, Human Rights Watch said in a statement on its website.

More than 100 activists, writers and academics warned King Abdullah of "the prevalence of corruption and nepotism" and the "widening gap between state and society," according to an e-mailed copy of their petition statement on Feb. 27. They called on the king to move the country towards a constitutional monarch.

Awwamiya, a village north of Qatif on the kingdom's Persian Gulf, was the scene of much larger demonstrations in 2009 after police sought to arrest Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, who had said in a sermon that Saudi Shiites may be able to seek a state of their own in the future.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Distressing news

Slowly, steadily, China is supplanting the United States as the world's leading economic force.
Of course, the US has been complicit in its own demise.

This is all part of a grand strategy;

The elimination of the US as a major international 'player'.

Most who read my musings understand that I am a Christian, indeed many of my posts reference Biblical Prophecy in relation to current events.
I believe that in order for many of the major 'End Times' Prophecies to be able to come to pass, that the US has to be removed- or at least greatly diminished- as a world power.

Nowhere in the Bible's prohetic books is the United States mentioned as a major player.
Certainly, we won't rise th the direct defense of Israel in the Gog/Magog War of Ezekiel chapter 38-39.

In order for us to be removed from the world scene, major events need to happen.
May of those either already have, or are in the process of developing;

We now have a President that will NOT defend Israel.
(in fact, I believe him to be at the very least a Muslim sympathizer)

We have a starkly divided Congress that will likely remain deadlocked and unable to solve any problems until at least January 2013 (Inauguration Day)

Our Economy is teetering on the brink of collapse.

Our population is steeped in Worldly secularism, more worried about American Idol than the fates of good and decent people.

The entire Middle East is in a near total state of revolution, with the outcomes uncertain.
Soon, the radical elements such as the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, Iran, and the like, will begin to assert themselves in these fallen Muslim nations.

The chessboard is set.
The pieces are moving into place.



Why the Dollar's reign is near the end

More signs that the Econonomy is near collapse;

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Speak No Evil- Networks Obscure Deadly Extremism of Muslim Brotherhood

ABC, NBC and CBS news programs have mentioned the Muslim Brotherhood 135 times in 17 years, but only linked them to fundamentalist Islam 37 percent of the time. Just since the unrest in Egypt began in January, they've mentioned the Brotherhood 85 times, and decreased how often they report the nature of the group - just 32 percent of those stories mentioned the group's extremism.

Declaring "jihad" against the United States. Taking credit for deadly bombings in Cairo. Sponsoring Hamas. Assassinating Egyptian leaders. Making common cause with Nazi Germany. Openly calling for shariah law. Spawning prominent al-Qaida leaders.

Only the liberal network news media could paint a group with a resume like that as "peaceful" and "moderate." But that's precisely how the broadcast networks have often portrayed the Muslim Brotherhood.

For more than 17 years, since the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, the news programming on ABC, CBS, and NBC have treated the Muslim Brotherhood with kid gloves, giving the radical Islamic group a passing mention here or there, but hardly ever exploring on air its fundamentalist religious connections and extreme ideology. Instead the Brotherhood was "relatively peaceful," "non-violent" and responsible for "charitable works."

One reporter allowed her guest to claim Americans have an irrational fear "of all Islamic groups, including ones that are relatively peaceful, like the Muslim Brotherhood-Brotherhood in Egypt."

The Culture and Media Institute searched for network stories mentioning the Muslim Brotherhood going back to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Since then, ABC, CBS and NBC have mentioned the group in 135 news broadcasts, but disclosed its connection to fundamentalist Islam in only 37 percent of the stories.

In the wake of the Egyptian uprising in January 2011, coverage has only grown worse. The networks mentioned the Muslim Brotherhood in a whopping 85 reports, but only a third of those (32 percent) linked the group to its Islamic fundamentalist roots.

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Farrakhan: Jews are pushing the US into war

This guy is nothing but a racist hate-monger.


Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Jews and Zionists are "trying to push the US into war" and are a cover for Satan, at the group's annual meeting near Chicago on Tuesday.

"President Obama," Farrakhan said, "if you allow the Zionists to push you, to mount a military offensive against Gaddafi and you go in and kill him and his sons as you did with Saddam Hussein and his sons, I'm warning you this is a Libyan problem, let the Libyans solve their problem among themselves." Farrakhan called Muammar Gaddafi "my brother" and "my friend."

He also accused American Zionists of attempting to push Israel into war with Iran, adding that "Zionists dominate the government of the United States of America and her banking system."

One panel at the conference, titled "The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews," claimed that Jews were disproportionately involved in the slave trade and accused them of controlling the media.

"Some of you think that I'm just somebody who's got something out for the Jewish people," Farrakhan said. "You're stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again."

In response, ADL National Director Abe Foxman said: "Anti-Semitism has suffused the Nation of Islam's message, and Farrakhan is the standard bearer and bigot in chief....Perhaps what's more disturbing is that despite his anti-Semitic rants, he has not been made a pariah in his own community. What does it take for him to stop being a pied piper of hatred?"