Palestinian corruption — on your dime *UPDATED*

I’m sorry I didn’t blog today.  I have a half finished post on my screen, but can’t seem to get it entirely finished.  Sometimes, when that happens, I just abandon the idea and move on to other things, but sometimes I just get mentally blocked up.  I seem to need to work this one out before I can move on.

Anyway, so that today isn’t a total blank slate, I’d like you to check out a video at Brutally Honest.  Lots of people should see it.

Also, if you’re in the mood for upsetting videos, get the inside look at a protest against the Arizona law.  (It took a lot of courage to shoot this footage, by the way.)

UPDATE:  While I’m still organizing my thoughts, you can depress yourself by reading how the Obama Justice Department is hard at work to get the vote to felons (reliable Democratic voters), while it shows a malevolent apathy towards the voting rights of those who fight and are willing to die for this country (who tend to vote more conservative).

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  1. Mike Devx says

    As much as I detested the Carter administration – which in my lifetime is as low as things got, prior to the current Administration – at least Carter’s Administration was not deliberately malevolent.  In particular, the Carter Justice Department was not malevolent.  Eric Holder’s Justice Department is malevolent.
     
    Surely Martin Luther King would be deeply unhappy at the racial tensions being stoked by Eric Holder’s Justice Department.  Justice is supposed to be blind, and utterly fair and equable, and this intense racial bias in favor of minorities is as hostile as any form of racial hostility that we’ve seen in decades.
     

  2. binadaat says

    Yesterday was the 9th anniversary of the Sabarro Restaurant Attack where 15 were murdered and over a 100 injured.  Carl posted a youtube video about the attack at IsraelMatzav.

  3. binadaat says

    the video was eloquent.
    I don’t think in the 30 years I’ve been involved in ME issues that I’ve seen anything quite like it and it reflects all the questions and values I’ve have attempted to promote all these years. thank  you for sharing it.

  4. says

    Now that’s a better hit upon the pysche of enemies and neutrals than any election won or campaign politics.
     
    Elections are temporary in the States. Emotion and beliefs last almost forever by comparison.
     
    The issue is that propaganda costs money. The more people you wish to reach and the more extensive you wish to involve their lives and beliefs, the more time and money it requires. However, there’s an opportunity in this venue. Our enemies have already constructed much of the foundations for propaganda, such as charity for the poor and various other feel good issues. All we have to do is to make use of the propaganda apparatus they paid and worked for, against them.
     
     

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