Most Prominent News Organization in America Drops Criminal Bombshell Against Obama
CIA Director John Brennan said that “the Islamic State has a “perverse and very corrupt” understanding of Islam—one that has “distorted the teachings of Muhammad”. When asked why it so resonates among Muslims, the CIA responded by saying that it was being “fed a lot of times by, you know, political repression, by economic, you know, disenfranchisement, by, you know, lack of education and ignorance, so there—there are a number of phenomena right now that I think are fueling the fires of, you know, this ideology.”… Keep reading
“Quintessential American Values”
DHS Secretary: Reading Quran reminds me of quintessential American values
The Associated Press revealed that the Obama administration ranks worse than any other administration in history when it comes to being transparent and breaking the law.
“The Obama administration set a new record again for more often than ever censoring government files or outright denying access to them last year under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act,” the AP reported.–—Courtesy of The Conservative Tribune
Cube: How do you respond to London Mayor Boris Johnson’s description of jihadis as “porn driven losers” who have “low self-esteem and are unsuccessful with women”?
Rabid Habibi: Now, that’s stupid. How can he say that a man who owns several wives and sex slaves is unsuccessful with women? I call it very successful! It’s the London Mayor who has low self-esteem because he doesn’t…
Fifty Shades of Government delivers a classy-looking, in a Cialis-TV-commercial way, story of the American people who have turned over full control of their lives to their government. As their personal stories become increasingly subservient to government-approved media narratives, the film portrays their submissiveness to the government as gratifying and empowering experience.What the critics say about the film: Entertainment Weekly: “Losing control of your lives never felt so good.”Hollywood Reporter: “Wonderfully devoid of any conflict, as it should be in real life.”
Rolling Stone: “With movable parts like these, who needs acting skills?”
New York Times: “The movie’s long, narcissistic speeches may be a downer, but then, no one goes to see it for the dialogue.”
MSNBC: “The chemistry between the slavish individual and the dominant government offers a non-stop thrill up one’s leg. They truly are the star-crossed couple.”