Archive for January, 2014


Posted: January 28, 2014 in Israel


In a generally balanced newscast, a Canadian news network (CTV) provides legitimate commentary on the Harper visit to Israel. With the exception of one typically ugly allusion, it appears to be a ‘random act of legitimate journalism . . . ‘with respect to Israel. Refreshing . . .

Once you are on the site, please click on the heading ‘video’ and afterward tap on the photo to execute the recording. Be aware that it has as many as 7 overlapping segments separated by advertisements.


Ariel Sharon: Peacemaker

Posted: January 21, 2014 in history, Israel

Ariel Sharon: Peacemaker

Sharon was the one man who could have made peace with the Palestinians because he was the one man who could defeat the Palestinians.[1]

— Mario Loyola is former foreign and defense counsel to the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee. 

Loyola’s brief  biography of Ariel Sharon is the history of modern Israel. It depicts the impossibly complex dynamics of war, domestic and international politics, political left and political right, military, economy, enemy and friend, inside and outside Israel.

In the light of the impossibly naïve (or malignant) Middle East policies of the Obama/Kerry regime (now using their Neville-Chamberlain[1]-appeasement policy to assure another  intifada ) Sharon’s life scribes the genuine pathway to peace as opposed to the utopian fantasies of the global political left which will assure the next Holocaust.

Please read this National Review Online article by Mario Loyola [2] as though your understanding of the Middle East depended on it. IT DOES.

[1] Israel’s Greatest Peacemaker. National Review Online January 13, 2014.

[2] Neville Chamberlain, Conservative Prime Minister of Britain, in a policy of appeasement, negotiated ‘peace in our time’ with Adolph Hitler immediately prior to World War II

[3] Israel’s Greatest Peacemaker. National Review Online January 13, 2014.

. . . vs. DEBORAH . . .

Posted: January 17, 2014 in Israel, media

. . . vs. DEBORAH . . .

( . . . before Benghazi . . . )

THE UNITED NATIONS . . .   Krauthammer Nails it: Negligence, Stupidity, Malice, Anti-Semitism . . . funded at taxpayer expense.


ACADEMIC BIGOTRY. . . . funded at taxpayer expense. . .

Fighting Back against the New Anti-Semitism
Throughout the academic and cultural world, the Israel boycott movement is growing.
By Charles Krauthammer

For decades, the American Studies Association has labored in well-deserved obscurity. No longer. It’s now made a name for itself by voting to boycott Israeli universities, accusing them of denying academic and human rights to Palestinians.

Given that Israel has a profoundly democratic political system, the freest press in the Middle East, a fiercely independent judiciary, and astonishing religious and racial diversity within its universities, including affirmative action for Arab students, the charge is rather strange.

Made more so when you consider the state of human rights in Israel’s neighborhood. As we speak, Syria’s government is dropping “barrel bombs” filled with nails, shrapnel, and other instruments of terror on its own cities. Where is the ASA boycott of Syria?

And of Iran, which hangs political, religious, and even sexual dissidents and has no academic freedom at all? Or Egypt, where Christians are being openly persecuted? Or Turkey, Saudi Arabia, or, for that matter, massively repressive China and Russia?

Which makes it obvious that the ASA boycott has nothing to do with human rights. It’s an exercise in radical chic, giving marginalized academics a frisson of pretend anti-colonialism, seasoned with a dose of edgy anti-Semitism…

Charles Krauthammer ends his warning that anti-Semitism is back with the solution . . . “Don the yellow star and wear it proudly.

You may read the rest of his article at the following link:!

DONNING THE YELLOW STAR . . . bringing you . . . “the New World Order. . . “