Obama: US Government “Not Seeking to Punish Bergdahl as a Deserter”

 Obama Administration Promoted Bergdahl to Sergeant After He Joined Taliban

In August 2010, the media reported that Private Bowe Bergdahl had joined the Taliban and was training jihadists on bomb-making techniques.  U.S. solider Private Bowe Bergdahl, pictured in a video released in April, is teaching the Taliban bomb-making skills, according to one of his captors. (Daily Mail)

Obama: US Government “Not Seeking to Punish Bergdahl as a Deserter”

Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, June 3, 2014,

Barack Obama told reporters in Poland today that the US government is not seeking to punish Bowe Bergdahl as a deserter.

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was released by the Taliban Saturday in a prisoner swap.
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Bergdahl was the only living POW held by the Taliban. He was captured by the Taliban in 2009 in Afghanistan.

Private Bowe Bergdahl left behind a note in his tent in 2009 saying he had become disillusioned with the Army, did not support the American mission in Afghanistan and was leaving to start a new life.

The US lost as many as 14 soldiers looking for deserter Bowe Bergdahl.

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Obama Rewards Treason, Encourages More….

TEN Terrorists for One Traitor: The Prisoner Release You Didn’t Hear About

Back in August of 2013 there was a release of 5 Guantanamo detainees as a good will gesture to the Taliban. In other words, they got five of their people back and we got the right to open peace talks with them. Do you find that the least bit submissive? It was not widely reported, because compared to the news of that time it seemed relatively insignificant.

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Nigeria’s Muslim leader condemns “all acts of terrorism”….

Got it? When a Muslim condemns “all acts of terrorism” it is  code for ‘any resistance to the spread of Islam is terrorism and we condemn those terrorists wherever they are’-  so the Muslims condemn the mushrikeen who won’t submit while demanding that their ‘community’ remains safe from prosecution, no matter how involved or how guilty they are.

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“Terrorism has no place in Islam. We must rise up, as always, with one voice to condemn all acts of terrorism, condemn those terrorists wherever they are and try our possible best as Muslims to ensure peace reigns in our community,” Abubakar said, according to Nigerian Watch.

“We are committed to helping the government at all levels to bring peace in Nigeria. Whatever we can do, as long as it is not against Islam, we are ready to do it 100%,” he added.

Boko Haram is 100% Islamic. That’s why these ‘peaceful Muslims’  won’t do a bloody thing about it when the kuffars complain.

If you were a journalist writing a story that mentions Hamas, how would you describe the group in 10 words or less?

First, some good news:

Today is the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, and – as usual – Muslims planned to riot to prevent Jews from entering the Temple Mount. This time, in what may be a first, Israeli police banned practically all Muslims from the area to allow the Jews to walk around without being attacked.

Muslim and Arab websites are seething, from the most secular to the religious.

The Waqf is calling an “emergency press conference” soon to bitterly complain about those pesky Jews insisting on basic religious rights.  the “temporal division” is actually happening today and tomorrow, in a perfect example of a self-fulfilling prophecy. (EoZ)

Obama Supports Hamas

Now that the West has decided to work with a Palestinian “unity” government, Hamas is being mentioned often in the media. In order to briefly tell readers who Hamas is, most articles include a short description.

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Typical are:

“…backed by the Islamist militant group Hamas, which the United States and Israel have branded a terrorist organization.” (Washington Post)

“…Hamas, a militant Islamic group that hasn’t recognized Israel...” (CNN)

“…backed by Hamas, which Israel considers a terrorist organization.” (LA Times)

Yet even given the need for brevity that is an accepted requirement of modern day journalism, do these short descriptions convey the most accurate information about the group? Is the refusal of Hamas to recognize Israel the most important fact to tell readers about the group? Or by specifying only that Israel (and in the Washington Post article the U.S.) believes it to be a terrorist organization, are the media implying that the nature of the group is unclear? Is the group more a “militant” group that one responsible for terror?

The fact is that Hamas’ track record of suicide bombings, thousands of rocket attacks on civilian areas, kidnapping, and the murder of hundreds of innocent men, women, and children is clear. Hamas openly boasts of these deeds in order to spread terror. Doesn’t that make them a classic example of a terrorist group?

If the Post, and CNN, and the LA Times (and many, many others) wanted to provide an accurate description of Hamas in 10 words or less, they should have written something like this:

“…Hamas, responsible for the murder of hundreds…”

or

“..Hamas, whose funding charter calls for the murder of Jews…”

or

“…Hamas, an active terrorist organization…”

or

“…Hamas, whose goal is the destruction of Israel…”

If you were a journalist writing a story that mentions Hamas, how would you describe the group in 10 words or less?

There Will Be Blowback…

‘Blowback Threat’

Anti-terrorism experts have long warned of the “blowback” threat posed by European-born Islamists returning home with combat experience and the weapons expertise required to carry out terrorist attacks.

The helpers, mostly interpreters and their families, get refugee visas as fulfilment of country’s ‘moral obligation’.

“Aussie” laughs and fires his machine gun from a bombed out building in Syria

The short clip of the former Bankstown local – who calls himself Ahmed Shaheed III – is believed to have been filmed by Ismail Jabbar – a Muslim extremist recently dubbed the ‘British Bin Laden’.– More betrayal of islam at Mail Online/thanks to Mullah, pbuh

The “White Plague”

Muslims Love Death, Europe is Tired of Life

If southern Europe has the worst fertility rates, the north holds the record for euthanasia. In Belgium, already the leading European country for suicide rates, cases of euthanasia have increased by over 700 per cent in the last ten years. These are the impressive numbers published by the Belgian newspaper le Soir.

The demographic statistics of Italy and those of euthanasia in Belgium are united by the mystery of two of the richest and peaceful postwar democracies who have chosen self liquidation.

An offer they will (most likely) refuse:

Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls: Australia offers SAS troops to help rescue students taken by Boko Haram

Australian special forces troops are on standby to assist with the rescue of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria, the Federal Government has confirmed.

The schoolgirls were kidnapped by Al Qaeda-linked Muslim extremist group Boko Haram in April, sparking international outrage and prompting the campaign “Bring Back Our Girls”.

Blowback:

Nigerian Troops Kill 40 Terrorists; Boko Haram Kills 40 in Bombing

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Goat humpers:

Mehdi Hasan writes for PuffHo.

…. wonder how Mehdi felt deep down about this week’s special guest, Arianna Huffington, placing her hand around her “dahling” Mehdi and telling him to er… “sleep your way to the top!”

Uzbeks meeting virgins, in Yemen and elsewhere….

Just in case you’re wondering what the Abu Muslims from Uzbekistan are doing in Yemen:

Uzbeks From Yemen To Syria:

When They’re Not Near The Jihad They Love, They Love The Jihad They’re Near 

Abu Muslim Al-Uzbeki, and all the rest, fighting in the path of Allah, from AQAP in Yemen, to ISIL in Syria.

Yemeni troops have killed at least 13 suspected al-Qaeda fighters, including a local leader, according to the country’s defence ministry and the army.

At least four other people, including three soldiers and a tribal chief, Sheikh Abdallah Salem al-Abdelli, were also killed in Thursday’s gun battle.

Six of the suspected al-Qaeda fighters, travelling in three vehicles, were killed in an assault in the southern Shabwa province towns of Maifaa and Azzan, the ministry’s 26sep.net news website reported.

Troops also killed a local al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula [AQAP] leader, Abu Muslim al-Uzbeki, in neighbouring Abyan province, according to the state news agency, Saba.

Taliban: we don’t believe in ‘Peace Process’

terrorist-laughingTaliban: Prisoner exchange “won’t help the peace process in any way, because we don’t believe in the peace process”

One of the Taliban’s top spokesmen said that the recent prisoner exchange between the US and the Taliban will do nothing to further US hopes for reconciliation in Afghanistan as the Taliban “don’t believe in the peace process.” – (Pamela Geller)

CHINA:

Muselmaniacs always whine about “genocide”. Here’s an Uighur spokesturd howling about Chinese ‘occupation’

Its not like Islam is a genocidal ideology. And always the same absurd claims:

Why the Uighur people will continue to reject China’s colonial and apartheid rule.

“…. the indigenous Uighur people who have lived there for thousands of years…”

BS.  Uighur was not anywhere to be found in Xinjiang until about 1200 years ago. And the land was administrated by the Tang dynasty and many following Chinese dynasty after that. Ironically, it was the Uighur who annihilated the Turkic Khaganate. The fact is, there has never been an internationally acknowledged “East Turkestan”….

Reversing the Tide of the Muslim Word Purge: Czech President Miloš Zeman knows Islam

Not bad for a leftie:

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Reversing the Tide of the Muslim Word Purge

By Varda Epstein

Varda Meyers Epstein is an expatriate, third-generation born Pittsburgher…

A remarkable statement on the state of Muslim theology by Czech President Miloš Zeman two weeks ago went largely unnoticed. These remarks, offered at a reception for Israel’s Independence Day, only came to my attention as the result of the blogging efforts of my colleague at Israellycool, Brian of London, also known as Brian Thomas. The weeks would otherwise have flown by with Zeman’s remarks having sunk into obscurity, a single blip on the screen, unseen and unheard forever.

The brief speech was not only given behind closed doors at a private reception, but also appeared on the government website of the Czech Republic. That is how we know Zeman’s words are not just words, but a groundbreaking wakeup call by a national leader to the world at large.

If only they were listening.

Brian found a translation of Zeman’s speech at the Gates of Vienna and cited it in its entirety. It is well worth taking five minutes to read these remarks:

Speech by the president of the Czech Republic at the reception held to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day

May 26, 2014

Ladies and gentlemen,

Let me thank you for the invitation to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day. There are dozens of days of independence being celebrated every year in the Czech Republic. Some I may attend, others I cannot. There is one I can never miss, however: it’s the Israeli Independence Day.

There are states with whom we share the same values, such as the political horizon of free elections or a free market economy. However, no one threatens these states with wiping them off the map. No one fires at their border towns; no one wishes that their citizens would leave their country. There is a term, political correctness. This term I consider to be a euphemism for political cowardice. Therefore, let me not be cowardly.

It is necessary to clearly name the enemy of human civilization. It is international terrorism linked to religious fundamentalism and religious hatred. As we may have noticed after 11th of September, this fanaticism has not been focused on one state exclusively. Muslim fanatics recently kidnapped 200 young Christian girls in Nigeria. There was a hideous assassination in the flower of Europe in the heart of European Union in a Jewish museum in Brussels. I will not let myself being calmed down by the declaration that there are only tiny fringe groups behind it. On the contrary, I am convinced that this xenophobia, and let’s call it racism or anti-Semitism, emerges from the very essence of the ideology these groups subscribe to.

So let me quote one of their sacred texts to support this statement: “A tree says, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. A stone says, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.” I would criticize those calling for the killing of Arabs, but I do not know of any movement calling for mass murdering of Arabs. However, I know of one anti-civilization movement calling for the mass murder of Jews.

After all, one of the paragraphs of the statutes of Hamas says: “Kill every Jew you see.” Do we really want to pretend that this is an extreme viewpoint? Do we really want to be politically correct and say that everyone is nice and only a small group of extremists and fundamentalists is committing such crimes?

Michel de Montaigne, one of my favorite essayists, once wrote: “It is gruesome to assume that it must be good that comes after evil. A different evil may come.” It started with the Arab Spring which turned into an Arab winter, and a fight against secular dictatorships turned into fights led by Al-Qaeda. Let us throw away political correctness and call things by their true names. Yes, we have friends in the world, friends with whom we show solidarity. This solidarity costs us nothing, because these friends are not put into danger by anyone.

The real meaning of solidarity is a solidarity with a friend who is in a trouble and in danger, and this is why I am here.

— Miloš Zeman, president of the Czech Republic, Hilton Hotel, 26th of May 2014

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