Saturday, April 21, 2018

When Insanity and Hate Come Together= Louis Farrakhan

In the above video, Louis Farrakhan removes any doubt about his anti-Jewish feeling. This one also proves that he is a pure nut job as he "deciphers" the Star of David.

This kind of talk is reminiscent of Julius Streicher, the "Jew baiter of Nuremberg", editor of the infamous anti-semitic tabloid, Der Stuermer.

Yet, Farrakhan, who is one of the sickest haters in our country, receives relatively little criticism, at least from the left. On the contrary, he has spoken at places like UC Berkeley.

And recently, a video came out showing Farrakhan getting hugs and kisses from Democrat Black Caucus members, Maxine Waters, Hank Johnson, Barbara Lee, and Al Green among others. This video was taken in 2009. Of course, Farrakhan's reputation was already long established.

It is amazing what the left gets away with.

Friday, April 20, 2018

CNN's "Breaking News"

Today's headline on Wolf Blitzer's  "The Situation Room":

Breaking News

"Stormy Lawyer says Trump's "Fixer" may soon be indicted"

France Deports Howdy Doody

Hat tip Jihad Watch

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Well not quite but this Muslim cleric goes by the name El Hadi Doudy. The Algerian-born hate preacher was expelled by France and sent back where he came from-Algeria.


No word on the fate of Buffalo Bob.

Duke House of Wax

Hat tip Campus Reform

Some campus police pose as potted plants. But at Duke, they pose as wax figures.

                                                                           Vincent Price with two of his wax figures

“We just have to find vehicles to have honest discussion and I’m happy to take up any of the issues which the students raise,” Price later added, as reported by the Chronicle."

("I'm melting," he added.)

Duke University needs to hire some campus police. Or put the ones they have to good use. So when the President of Duke, a weenie with the improbable name of Vincent Price, was trying to speak to alumni, a bunch of students took over the stage to issue their "demands".

If Duke, in fact, has any campus police, they were obviously posing as wax figures.

One Fine Day in Essen

Hat tip Vlad Tepes

Essen, Germany, traditionally known as the steel capital of Germany. That's steel, not steal.

But now in Angela Merkel's 4th Reich (or First Caliphate, if you prefer), it's all about mugging, raping, and killing. 

In the below video, however, one Frau shows that it helps to fight back against the barbarians who have taken over the country.

James Comey Isn't Looking So Tall

This article first appeared in New English Review.

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Former FBI Director, James Comey, all 6'8" of him, is on a book tour these days now that his book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership, has been published. He is giving a series of interviews, the most noted of which was last week with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, who was a press spokesman under President Bill Clinton.

Much in keeping with the self righteous title of his book, Comey is portraying himself as a man of moral rectitude caught in a swamp of dishonesty mostly on the part of President Trump.

First of all, I have not read the book, but I plan to. From what I have heard, it makes no case for Trump's involvement in Russian collusion during the campaign, which is the basis for Robert Mueller's investigation. What it appears to be is a hit piece against Trump and an attempt to save his own legacy, which was badly tarnished in the closing months of the campaign and the outrageous conclusion of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

As a former DEA agent, I naturally have several friends from law enforcement, active or retired. From what I have been told by my friends, Comey was well liked as director by the troops while his predecessor, Mueller, was not. Mueller was considered imperious by many. How much support Comey lost over his handling of the Clinton matter is hard to say.

While I don't think Comey is an evil or corrupt person, I do think he found himself way over his head by the events of a presidential campaign featuring two candidates who were under investigation by the FBI. It was a unique situation, and it would have been most difficult for any director to handle it well. Comey did not handle it well.

First of all, he had people working directly under him, Andrew McCabe, for example, who were up to no good. The Clinton case was being handled by a select few high officials in HQS. As it was, the case was a whitewash. Comey was drafting his exoneration report months before Clinton was even interviewed. The interview itself was a joke. It was not recorded, she was not read her rights, and a couple of her "associates" who were also under investigation, were allowed to be in the room. Days later, Comey held his famous July press conference laying out a credible case for prosecution then announcing that no reasonable prosecutor would take the case to court. Then, days before voters went to the polls, he re-opened the case, then re-closed the case. It made him look ridiculous.

Between the Clinton investigation and the machinations against Trump by people like Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, the FBI has been thoroughly embarrassed. Perhaps the worst of it all was when the FBI used a salacious and uncorroborated "dossier" paid for largely by the DNC and Clinton campaign, to obtain a FISA warrant on Carter Page.

I do not lay the blame for all this on the rank and file. The blame has to go to the very top of the FBI and Comey was part of that. I can't imagine that morale in the agency is very high.

In my view, Comey is not helping his cause by writing this book. How unseemly for a former FBI director putting out a book to save his reputation and go on a book tour with TV interviews and all. James Comey, all 6'8" of him, is looking smaller by the day.

Free Speech Attacked at City University of New York

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One wonders what kind of law they are teaching at City University of New York. To its credit, they did invite free speech on campus advocate Josh Blackman of South Texas College School of Law to speak. The way he was treated, however, by CUNY's students was a disgrace. According to news accounts, these were law students involved, future lawyers and judges of America. The event was on March 29.

You can see the video here.

It is a shame what is happening on our campuses, where students are taught to act this way. It's not just the students. Blame should be assigned to professors and weak administrators. A generation ago, they were the ones disrupting. Now they are passing the mantle to our youth.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

"Matters of the Flesh" Talk at UC Irvine

If you can figure out the below gibberish, you're smarter than I am. Maybe it has something do with all the intersectionality business, which is all the rage in academia these days. Anyway, I thought I would post this announcement from UC Irvine just for yuks. The speaker is Dr. C. Riley Snorton of the University of Southern California.

The Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies cordially invites you to a talk by

Dr. C. Riley Snorton

Date: May 16, 2018
Time: 5:00 PM 
Location: Humanities Gateway 1010 (map)
"This talk traces how flesh figures one route into the proverbial question of how matter matters. Juxtaposing the archives of J. Marion Sims, lionized as the father of American gynecology, with the cross-gender maneuvers of fugitive actors in 19th century slave narratives, Snorton frames how transness became conceivable, as a kind of being in the world in which gender though biologized was not fixed but fungible, which is to say, revisable within blackness, as a condition of possibility. Flesh then becomes a crucial analytic for understanding “gender” as a racial arrangement related to shifting, complex and even contradictory understandings of ontology, ethnology and sovereignty in sexology and antebellum U.S. law."

This event is free and open to the public."

Though I don't plan to attend, I hope they get a good turnout to justify the investment by the Hound of the Baskervilles  Baskerville Endowment.

(I couldn't resist.)

Cal State Fresno Professor Insults Barbara Bush

Randa Jarrar, an author and professor at Fresno State’s Department of English, sparked an uproar after calling the late Barbara Bush "amazing racist" who raised a "war criminal."

Cal State Fresno professor Randa Jarrar, pictured above in a Palestinian scarf, has sent out a vicious comment on the passing  of former first lady, Barbara Bush.

This is the far left, Folks. This is who they are, what they are and what they do.

Here is how the college is responding (campus newspaper). I have added my own comment.

And why do I bring up the fact that she is wearing a Palestinian scarf? Let's just call it "intersectionality". That is the academic left's way of connecting the dots.

Is Golden West Stonewalling?

This article first appeared on Frontpage Magazine. (Hat tip Jamie Glazov, Editor.)

As we have been reporting, in the wake of an effort by Golden West College professors to prevent certain audience members from asking critical and probing questions of a Islam 101 speaker  on March 14, several people have bombarded the administrators of Golden West with complaints. On the above date, a group of us attended a public event at Golden West entitled, “Islam 101”, in which the speaker, Nicole Bovey of the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Orange County, a branch of the Islamic Network Group, gave a sugar-coated presentation of Islam to an audience made up mostly of Golden West students. When some of us, following the protocol for asking questions, raised our hands, were recognized, and asked more probing questions about Islam, one of the sponsoring professors, took the first questioner outside and scolded him for asking the question. Then, during the break, campus police appeared, and took another questioner outside and told him that he couldn’t ask questions. Though there was no physical force used and everyone was allowed to remain, it was a classic police state response that nobody should expect in the United States of America. I should stress that there was absolutely no disruption on our part. We were merely asking tough questions that the hapless Ms Bovey was unable or unwilling to answer in any straightforward manner. As it was, one of the professors came to her rescue an hour before the scheduled end of the event and announced the close of the evening’s activities.

This was followed by a series of exchanges via email between many of us and Golden West President Wes Bryan, Coast Community College Chancellor John Weisphennig, and college trustees. One letter, penned by this writer, was co-signed by dozens of community members who were as upset as we were about the events of March 14.
To this point, we have received half-hearted apologies from the President of Golden West, Mr. Bryan, who is retiring. The apologies only concern closing the event early, but he has made no mention of the campus police being called.

In addition to our complaints, we have sent Golden West a request for the college to host an alternative speaker who would present Golden West students with a different, more critical view of Islam. I can't mention any names at this point, but we are pursuing the matter vigorously. Up to now, we have been told that there were problems with room availability and that "class meetings" have been booked for the remainder of the academic year.

Last week, (April 11) a colleague sent a message to Weisphennig with the above request. On April 13, Weisphennig sent a reply to the effect that he had forwarded the request to Bryan to see if something could be arranged for the spring. As of this writing, there has been no further reply.

Now I would think that if the chancellor and the president wanted to make this happen, it would be arranged very quickly.

In addition, we have learned through very reliable inside sources that Golden West is (surprise) a bastion of left-wing ideology, where conservative thinking is met with hostility. Our own experience at Golden West on March 14 would seem to confirm that.

So what we have to this point from Golden West is an apology from the president that the event was concluded prematurely before everyone had a chance to ask questions. There has been no apology for a professor calling a questioner outside and scolding him for his question. There has been no apology for campus police being summoned and another questioner being taken outside to be told that he can't ask questions. In short, no apology for using police state tactics to take away people's First Amendment rights. This cannot stand.

To those who have written to Golden West or added your names to our letter, we are grateful. The battle is not over, however. Golden West is apparently hoping that we will go away and the incident will fade away and be forgotten. It is also my suspicion that Golden West has no intention of allowing one of our speakers to come and give a different presentation on Islam, not based on hatred of Muslims, rather based on simple, verifiable facts. If that is the case, then all of our voices must be heard. Once again, we provide you with contact information for the appropriate officials. Please let them know politely that they need to respect the First Amendment of those who come to their campus and that they should expose their students to all points of view regarding important issues of the day.

The president of Golden West College is Wes Bryan. Email:
Phone #: 714 895 8101.

Golden West College is part of the Coast Community College District. The chancellor is John Weisphennig. His email is:

They also have a board of regents whose contact info can be found HERE. 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A Bad Week for Freedom of Speech

This article first appeared in New English Review.

It's been a bad week for the First Amendment in the US and freedom of speech in general. First, Frontpage Magazine editor Jamie Glazov had his Facebook account suspended for a week after he was threatened by some Muslim guy identified as Mohammed Irfan Ayoub, who threatened to "break (Glazov's mouth". Glazov, who used no such language himself, found himself being punished. Talk about blaming the victim.

That takes us to Germany, whose government under Angela Merkel has entered into an agreement with Facebook to censor any language critical of Merkel's insane immigration policy or criticism of the savage behavior of so many of the people who are flooding into the country.  This week, Vlad Tepes blog posted a video on YouTube showing a Muslim guy in Berlin attacking a young Jewish man wearing a kippah with a belt and calling him "Jew" in Arabic. YouTube took it down with a warning to Vlad Tepes that he had been issued a "strike"-as in three strikes you're out.  Vlad Tepes promptly re-posted the video on Bitchute.

Going back to March, I experienced censorship first hand at Golden West College in Huntington  Beach, California. When a group of us attended a public event featuring a Muslim speaker giving a sugar coated presentation entitled, Islam 101, and participated in the q and a in a polite manner, the campus gendarmes were called, and questioners were told that they could not ask questions (even though they had been invited to ask questions, raised their hands, and were recognized).

This comes at a time when the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the largest bloc in the UN, is pressuring that body to pass a resolution to call on all member nations to pass defamation of religion legislation which would criminalize criticism of religions (meaning: Islam) even though Islam condemns other religions on a daily basis, for example in their daily prayers (Sura one, verses 1-7).

It is clear that freedom of speech is under attack in the West. Europe, though democratic, does not have the First Amendment, and citizens can be prosecuted for things they say especially against the Religion of Peace. Just ask Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, or Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff in Austria, or Tommy Robinson in the UK, or Michael Stuerzenberger in Germany.

We need to stand up for our basic rights, which are under attack, and these violations need to be publicized to the widest extent.

Meanwhile in Chicago... Game Called on Account of Global Warming

"Let's play two."

Once again, the Cubs game in Chicago has been postponed.