Treason, Cowardice & Enemy Propaganda

Once great Britain goes down with the speed of light:

So does Germany:

German Catholic Dhimmies Welcome the Barracks and the Bayonets

Auxiliary Bishop Jaschke:

“We Christians support the construction of lovely mosques. I think it is conceivable that Christians will give Muslims presents at the opening of a new mosque.” Read more »

 Looks like they have all gone gaga:

Malaysia’s Uberdhimmi of the day: top Catholic archbishop comes out in favor of shariah

“I say it’s time to allow Muslims in Kelantan, if they so desire, to implement shariah only for them and with that the hudud enactments provided non-Muslims are exempt from its implementation,”–

A pipe-dream. Once implemented, the sharia applies to all.(read more: Catholic archbishop favors shariah)

Soros-Backed Jews at Wash U Can’t Handle the Truth

Israel does not occupy “Palestine.” When Israel was created in 1948, there was no Palestine nation to occupy. There has been no state, no country, no nation called Palestine in the Middle East since Roman times.  (source)

Time to go after college professors who act as agents of Islam:

Professors at Brooklyn College have become the first city employees to publicly condemn the NYPD’s spying on local Muslims.  (Puff Ho)

Useful idiots cause Spencerphobia at FBI, stop reality based training programs:

Following the outcry from U.S. Senators and Muslim groups over revelations that the FBI has utilized anti-Muslim materials in counterterrorism training courses, the Bureau has announced it will be conducting a “a comprehensive review of all training and reference materials that relate in any way to religion or culture.” A series of stories by Spencer Ackerman at Wired showed that training material portraying Muslims as inherently violent and radical were used by the Bureau. (source)

Spencer: Universities to Teach Journalists Even More Islamic Favoritism

In Human Events today I discuss the sad condition of mainstream journalism:

The International Islamic News Agency (IINA) reported Sunday that “in a bid to run correct news reporting about Muslims, two American universities have launched a project to teach journalists how to tackle Islam-related issues. … Titled ‘Covering Islam in America,’ the project was co-launched earlier this week by Washington State University and the Poynter Institute’s News University.”

The course, we’re told, “is designed to prepare reporters to run accurate information when reporting about Muslims and Islam-related issues.” Developed by Lawrence Pintak, a former CBS News Middle East correspondent, the course “covers a wide range of topics on Islam ranging from the Islamic teachings and the history of Muslim immigration to the role of women in Islam and the relationship between Islam and Christianity.”

We certainly could use some accurate information about Islam. The mainstream media is universally fawning and obsequious when it comes to reporting about the global jihad and Islamic supremacism. Journalists consistently downplay or ignore altogether the invocations of the Koran and Muhammad’s example that Islamic jihadists make on a routine basis, and continually assume that any Muslim who is not actively engaged in terror activity is a “moderate”—as the jihadist Imam Anwar al-Awlaki was dubbed in a glowing portrayal in the New York Times shortly after 9/11.

But that is not the kind of accurate information that this course is preparing journalists to supply. “We have no ax to grind, other than a desire to see accurate, balanced reporting of this topic,” Pintak insisted, but his courses is actually predicated on the assumption that Muslims and Islam are getting negative press coverage. That is, of course, howlingly absurd. After every jihad plot and jihad attack, journalists fill their publications with stories about pious, wise Muslims fearing a “backlash”—that never comes. As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approached, the mainstream media was full of stories about how wise, pious Muslims were bearing up after a decade of discrimination and harassment—despite the fact that hate crimes against Muslims are much rarer than hate crimes against Jews and others. News reports about Islamic jihad activity routinely characterize the perpetrators as “militants” or “insurgents,” or if they’re lone-wolf jihadis, as suffering from emotional or psychological problems—never as what they are, Islamic jihadis.

Ibrahim Hooper, old “Honest Ibe” himself, and others from the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are frequently quoted in news stories as if they’re representatives of a neutral civil rights organization, while those who are trying to stem the advance of Sharia and Islamization in the West are just as routinely demonized in the press, hung with negative labels or undercut in their statements in a way that Hooper or Feisal Abdul Rauf or any of the others would never believe even possible….




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2 thoughts on “Treason, Cowardice & Enemy Propaganda”

  1. Elad Benari – 22/09/11

    Israel’s Conflict as Game Theory

    The “Blackmailer’s Paradox” is a case in game theory that is applicable to what is happening in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

    Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Yisrael Aumann – 05/06/10

    Professor Yisrael Aumann, Nobel Laureate and noted American-Israeli mathematician and game theorist, said on Wednesday that one of the biggest problems of the Israeli right is that it has adopted the misguided terminology which says that Arabs are Palestinians.
    “Up until the Balfour Declaration in 1918 there was no Palestine,” he pointed out in a conversation with Arutz Sheva. “The Balfour Declaration clearly states that Palestine is to be called the Jewish national home. Back then, one side of the coins read Palestine and the other side read Land of Israel.”

    “Israel is the same as Palestine,” added Aumann. “My wife has Palestinian documents. The Arabs say that Haifa and Tel Aviv are part of Palestine and they’re right because this is indeed the land of Israel. We are both the Jews as well as the Palestinians. Referring to the Arabs as Palestinians is the root of our mistake. Therefore, it’s important to say that we are the Palestinians and they are Arabs.”

    Speaking from the point of view of game theory, Aumann said that it would be impossible to prevent the Palestinian Authority leadership from requesting statehood at the United Nations on Friday.

    “Problems cannot be solved overnight, both in the economy as well as in international relations,” he said. “We should always look ahead and see how during a conflict situation we give incentives to the other side to do things that are good for both sides. When you are in a game of chess and the other side is about to take your queen, it’s too late to do something. In our case today, it’s too late to prevent the PA from submitting a request to the UN.”

    Aumann said Israel has made mistakes in the past which are now very difficult to correct.

    “The biggest mistake we made in the past decade was the expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif,” he said. “It signaled weakness to the other side, that we really do not want to stay here and are not interested in this area. We looked weak even though we are strong and that’s what led to the violent confrontation during Operation Cast Lead. The expulsion has brought us to where we are today.”

    Aumann stated that the only way Israel’s government can win the war is to adhere to the historic Jewish right to the land of Israel.

    “Since the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem there was a Jewish presence in Israel, long before Islam came here,” he said. “The world was not created in 1967. It was created long before that and until 1948 there was a Jewish majority in Jerusalem. In 1948 we were expelled from Judea and Samaria, Gush Etzion, Kfar Darom and the Gaza Strip. We came back after 19 years, but not as conquerors. We returned.”

    “Jewish presence in Israel lasted for 4,000 consecutive years, with the exception of 19 years between and 1948 and 1967 and another 90 years during the Crusades,” added Aumann. “We should stop talking about the need for defensible borders. It’s not a matter of security but of belonging. If we do not belong here we do not have the right to security. Therefore we have to emphasize first of all our belonging to the land of Israel, and convince ourselves of that before trying to persuade others.”

    Professor Yisrael Aumann is known for his view that the principles of game theory can be successfully applied to the peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

    For an explanation of his theories written for the layman, click here.

    The Losing Solution:

    According to game theory, Israel has to change certain basic perceptions in order to improve her chances in the negotiations game with the Arabs and win the long term political struggle:

    a. Willingness to forego agreements:

    Israel’s political stand is based on the principle that agreements must be reached with the Arabs at any price, that the lack of agreements is untenable. In the Blackmailer’s Paradox, Reuben’s behavior is the result of his feeling that he must leave the room with some money, no matter how little. Because Reuben cannot imagine himself leaving the room with empty hands, he is easy prey for Simon, and ends up leaving with a certain amount of money, but in the role of the humiliated loser. This is similar to the way Israel handles negotiations, her mental state making her unable to reject suggestions that do not advance her interests.

    b. Taking repetition into account

    Game theory relates to onetime situations differently than to situations that repeat themselves. A situation that repeats itself over any length of time, creates, paradoxically, strategic parity that leads to cooperation between the opposing sides. This cooperation occurs when both sides realize that the game is going to repeat itself, and that since they must weigh the influence present moves will have on future games, there is a balancing factor at play. Reuben saw his problem as a onetime event, and behaved accordingly. Had he told Simon instead that he would not forego the amount he deserves even if he sustains a total loss, he would have changed the game results for an indefinite period. It is probably true that he would still have left the game empty handed, but at the next meeting with Simon, the latter would remember Reuben’s original suggestion and would try to reach a compromise.

    That is how Israel has to behave, looking at the long term in order to improve her position in future negotiations, even if it means continuing a state of war and fore going an agreement.

    c. Faith in your opinions

    Another element that crates the “Blackmailer’s Paradox” is the unwavering belief of one side in its opinion. Simon exemplifies that. This faith gives a contender inner confidence in his cause at the start and eventually convinces his rival as well. The result is that the opposing side wants to reach an agreement, even at the expense of irrational surrender that is considerably distanced from his opening position. Several years ago, I spoke to a senior officer who claimed that Israel must withdraw from the Golan Heights in the framework of a peace treaty, because the Golan is holy land to the Syrians and they will never give it up. I explained to him that first the Syrians convinced themselves that the Golan is holy land to them, and then proceeded to convince you as well. The Syrians’ unflinching belief that they are in the right convinces us to give in to their dictates. The only solution to that is for us to believe unwaveringly in the righteousness of our cause. Only complete faith in our demands can succeed in convincing our Syrian opponent to take our opinion into account.

    As in all of science, game theory does not take sides in moral and value judgments. It analyzes strategically the behavior of opposing sides in a game they play against one another. The State of Israel is in the midst of one such game opposite its enemies. As in every game, the Arab-Israeli game involves interests that create the framework of the game and its rules.

    Sadly, Israel ignores the basic principles of game theory. If Israel would be wise enough to behave according to those principles, her political status and de facto, her security status, would improve substantially.

  2. put your faith in the LORD JESUS CHRIST let him guide you. Israel belongs to the LORD put it in his hands and he will guide you. GOD BLESS ISRAEL

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