Thursday, May 24, 2012
'Ecotality' Another $126 million "Green Obamination" - Federal Watchdog: DOE Didn’t Assess Financial Health of Subsidized Firms.
'Ecotality' Another $126 million "Green Obamination" - Federal Watchdog: DOE Didn’t Assess Financial Health of Subsidized Firms.(Heritage).The Energy Department’s inspector general released a report recently highlighting the lack of financial oversight in the Department’s electric vehicle funding program. The report underscores problems with some of the program’s beneficiaries highlighted here at Scibe and under scrutiny by congressional investigators.
The IG report focuses on DOE’s Transportation Electrification Program, which is part of the president’s stated goal of getting a million electric vehicles on the road by 2015.
The report states:
the Department had not obtained and reviewed required financial and compliance audits and cost reports for the Program’s six for-profit recipients to determine the financial condition of the recipients; the reasonableness of costs expended under their awards; and, the adequacy of internal controls and compliance with laws and regulations.One of the TEP’s main initiatives, the EV Project, has allocated $126 million to Ecotality, a company that manufactures electric vehicle charging stations. The most recent grant came even after the Securities and Exchange Commission began investigating the company for insider trading.
Meanwhile, Ecotality is in dire financial straits. “We have a history of losses which may continue and may negatively impact our ability to achieve our business objectives,” the company wrote in a recent SEC filing.Ecotality posted net losses of $22.5 million in 2011, and remains reliant on continued federal financing. “A large percentage of our revenues depends on the progress of our activities under grants from the DOE,” according to the filing.
Congressman Andy Harris (R-MD), who chairs the House Energy and Environment Subcommittee on Science, Space, and Technology, has looked to the DOE for answers on the apparent lack of oversight on in the program. He highlighted the IG report in a recent letter to the Department.
The report “further reinforces my concerns and highlights the need for greater Congressional oversight of, and transparency related to, the advanced vehicle initiatives and green energy spending in general,” Harris wrote.Read the full story here.
Iran invites Syrian President al-Assad to upcoming NAM summit.(PTV).Iran's minister of communication and information technology has extended President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s invitation to his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad to take part in a next Non-Aligned Movement summit in Tehran. Reza Taqipour, who is paying an official visit to Damascus, met with the Syrian president and submitted the invitation to him at the Syrian presidential office on Thursday. The 16th summit of the member states of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) will be held between August 26 and August 31 in the Iranian capital, Tehran. Iran will assume the rotating presidency of the movement for three years during the Tehran summit. NAM, an international organization with 120 member states and 17 observer countries, is considered as not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc. The organization was founded in former Yugoslavia in 1961. The countries of the Non-Aligned Movement represent nearly two-thirds of the UN members and contain 55% of the world population. NAM's purpose as stated in the Havana Declaration of 1979 is to ensure "the national independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and security of non-aligned countries.” Hmmmmm.....Current Secretaries-General of the Non-Aligned Movement EGYPT, fellow members...Pakistan , Iraq, Jordan , Kuwait etc.Read the full story here.
U.S. Senate committee cuts Pakistan aid over conviction.(AP).WASHINGTON — A Senate panel expressed its outrage Thursday over Pakistan's conviction of a doctor who helped the United States track down Osama bin Laden, cutting aid to Islamabad by $33 million — $1 million for every year of the physician's 33-year sentence for high treason. The punitive move came on top of deep reductions the Appropriations Committee had already made to President Barack Obama's budget request for Pakistan, a reflection of the growing congressional anger over its cooperation in combatting terrorism.
The overall foreign aid budget for next year had slashed more than half of the proposed assistance and threatened further reductions if Islamabad fails to open overland supply routes to U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan. Pushing aside any diplomatic talk, Republicans and Democrats criticized Pakistan one day after the conviction of Shakil Afridi. The doctor ran a vaccination program for the CIA to collect DNA and verify bin Laden's presence at the compound in Abbottabad where U.S. commandos found and killed the al-Qaida leader in May 2011. The United States has called for Afridi's release, arguing that he was acting in the interest of the United States and Pakistan. "We need Pakistan, Pakistan needs us, but we don't need Pakistan double-dealing and not seeing the justice in bringing Osama bin Laden to an end," said Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who pushed for the additional cut in aid.
He called Pakistan "a schizophrenic ally," helping the United States at one turn, but then aiding the Haqqani network which has claimed responsibility for several attacks on Americans. The group also has ties to al-Qaida and the Taliban. "It's Alice in Wonderland at best," said Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. "If this is cooperation, I'd hate like hell to see opposition."
Islamabad won't get any of the funds for counterinsurgency or money in prior legislation unless the secretary of state certifies to the Appropriations committees that "the government of Pakistan has reopened overland cargo routes available to support United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organization troops in Afghanistan, and funds appropriated under this heading can be used efficiently and effectively by the end of the fiscal year," the legislation says If the secretary can't certify to Congress, the money would be transferred to other accounts. The overall legislation would fund the State Department, foreign operations and other programs at $52.1 billion, which is $2.6 billion less than what Obama requested for the 2013 fiscal year beginning Oct. 1 and $1.2 billion below current spending. The panel also cut money Obama proposed for Iraq by 77 percent, citing the deteriorating security situation there.
The bill would provide $1.1 billion for Iraq, including $582 million in foreign assistance but no money for the police development program. The panel also cut $5 million from the $250 million in economic assistance for Egypt. Graham said it equaled the amount the U.S. spent to get non-government workers out earlier this year, including Sam LaHood, son of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
Wading into the dispute over Palestinian refugees, the panel approved a version of an amendment from Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., that would require the secretary of state to submit a report to Congress on the number of Palestine refugees who were displaced by the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict, the number of descendants and who receives assistance from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. The issue of whether to count refugees and their descendants is a divisive one. Some 5 million Palestine refugees receive assistance from the U.N. agency. A third of registered refugees live in camps in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.Read the full story here.
The House bill H.R. 4133: "The United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012" keeping an eye on Obama and Turkey?
The House bill H.R. 4133: "The United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012" keeping an eye on Obama and Turkey?(Cryptogon). H.R. 4133, the United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012, was introduced into the House of Representatives of the 112th Congress on March 5 “to express the sense of Congress regarding the United States-Israel strategic relationship, to direct the president to submit to Congress reports on United States actions to enhance this relationship and to assist in the defense of Israel, and for other purposes.” The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) reportedly helped draft the bill, and its co-sponsors include Republicans Eric Cantor and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Democrats Howard Berman and Steny Hoyer. Hoyer is the Democratic whip in the House of Representatives, where Cantor is majority leader. Ros-Lehtinen heads the Foreign Affairs Committee.
The House bill basically provides Israel with a blank check drawn on the U.S. taxpayer to maintain its “qualitative military edge” over all of its neighbors combined. It requires the White House to prepare an annual report on how that superiority is being maintained. The resolution passed on May 9 by a vote of 411–2 on a “suspension of the rules,” which is intended for non-controversial legislation requiring little debate and a quick vote. A number of congressmen spoke on the bill, affirming their undying dedication to the cause of Israel. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas was the only one who spoke out against it, describing it as “one-sided and counterproductive foreign policy legislation. This bill’s real intent seems to be more saber-rattling against Iran and Syria.” Paul also observed that “this bill states that it is the policy of the United States to ‘reaffirm the enduring commitment of the United States to the security of the State of Israel as a Jewish state.’ However, according to our Constitution, the policy of the United States government should be to protect the security of the United States, not to guarantee the religious, ethnic, or cultural composition of a foreign country.” Paul voted “no” and was joined by only one other representative, John Dingell of Michigan, who represents a large Muslim constituency. It is interesting to note what exactly the bill pledges the American people to do on behalf of Israel. It obligates the United States to veto resolutions critical of Israel, to provide such military support “as is necessary,” to pay for the building of an anti-missile system, to provide advanced “defense” equipment (including refueling tankers, which are offensive), to give Israel special munitions (i.e., bunker-busters, which are also offensive), to forward deploy more U.S. military equipment to Israel, to offer the Israeli air force more training and facilities in the U.S., to increase security- and advanced-technology-program cooperation, and to extend loan guarantees and expand intelligence-sharing (including highly sensitive satellite imagery). But the objective is to provide Israel with the resources to attack Iran, if it chooses to do so, while tying the U.S. and Israel so closely together that whatever Benjamin Netanyahu does, the U.S. “will always be there,” as our president has so aptly put it. But the scariest bit of the bill is its call for “an expanded role for Israel within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), including an enhanced presence at NATO headquarters and exercises.” If Israel becomes part of NATO, which is clearly Congress’s intent, the U.S. and other members will be obligated to come to the aid of a nation that is expanding its borders and is currently engaged in hostilities with three of its neighbors. Israel has also initiated a series of regional wars.Hmmm.....I presume Obama and Erdogan are both 'dancing of joy' by this development.Read the full story here.
"CHANGE" - The man who once backed "enhanced-interrogation techniques" is now the Man Who Decides Who U.S. Drones Will Kill.
"CHANGE" - The man who once backed "enhanced-interrogation techniques" is now the Man who Decides Who U.S. Drones Will Kill.(TA).As I figure it, there are two death panels in the United States. One is within the C.I.A., then there's the other death panel. It determines whose death will be sought by drones that the Department of Defense controls. These human targets used to be determined in a meeting that involved the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, various unnamed national security officials, and Obama Administration counterterrorism adviser John Brennan. They'd talk things over and debate names. Now the protocol is changing for both programs.
"White House counterterror chief John Brennan has seized the lead in choosing which terrorists will be targeted for drone attacks or raids, establishing a new procedure for both military and CIA targets," Kimberly Dozier of the Associated Press reports. "The effort concentrates power over the use of lethal U.S. force outside war zones within one small team at the White House ... Under the new plan, Brennan's staff compiles the potential target list and runs the names past agencies such as the State Department at a weekly White House meeting."
So who is the man with this extraordinarily powerful influence over who lives and dies in the due-process-free world of international assassinations? An experienced intelligence officer with 25 years experience, fluent Arabic skills ... and a more controversial recent history in government.
Glenn Greenwald summarizes:
In November, 2008, media reports strongly suggested that President Obama intended to name John Brennan as CIA Director. But controversy over Brennan's recent history -- he was a Bush-era CIA official who expressly advocated "enhanced interrogation techniques" and rendition -- forced him to "withdraw" from consideration, as he publicly issued a letter citing "strong criticism in some quarters" of his CIA advocacy.After being elected, Obama forbids those tactics from being used.And he names as a top counterterrorism adviser someone who advocated the tactics he regards as imprudent and immoral -- ultimately entrusting him with more power than anyone else to decide whether various figures should be assassinated by our classified flying robot army.Hmmmm........Obama“I’m also mindful of the proverb, ‘A man is judged by his deeds, not his words.’ So if you want to know where my heart lies, look no further than what I have done.”Read the full story here.
Joseph Stalin, in 1928, launched the first Five-Year Plan.Obama Tells His One-Percent Donors He needs another Five Years.
Joseph Stalin, in 1928, launched the first Five-Year Plan.Obama Tells His One-Percent Donors He needs another Five Years.(Politico).ATHERTON, Calif. — President Barack Obama told an intimate crowd gathered at the family estate of the heir to the Levi Strauss and Co. fortune that he has started to steer the ship in the right direction. “We’ve set a path and a target,” he said, “and a direction where this is again a country where everybody gets a fair shot, everybody does their fair share, everybody plays by the same set of rules.” The president ticked off accomplishments of his first term — from toughening fuel efficiency standards to health care reform. But he also noted a few things he wants to do in the future, including rebuilding the country’s infrastructure and tackling climate change “in a serious way.” His agenda, he suggested is far from complete. “We may not even finish it in five years,” Obama told roughly 70 supporters at the $35,800 per head dinner. “But I certainly need five more years to get us locked in on where we need to go.” The hosts, philanthropists Doug and Lisa Goldman, held the event at a leafy, family compound called “Green Shutters” and guests included actor Don Cheadle, vice chair emeritus of AOL Jan Brandt, and Google executives Susan Wojcicki and Dennis Troper.Hmmmm......The Ukrainian Famine a.k.a. Holodomor was dreadful famine premeditated by the Soviet ... to fuel Stalin's Five Year Plan for the transformation of the Soviet Union.Read the full story here.
"1001 Dreams - The Never Ending story" EU foreign policy chief Catherin Ashton, Confirms Continued Talks with Iran Next Month in Moscow.
"1001 Dreams - The Never Ending story" EU foreign policy chief Catherin Ashton, Confirms Continued Talks with Iran Next Month in Moscow.(Fars).Tehran - EU foreign policy chief Catherin Ashton, who heads the delegations of the six world powers in negotiations with Tehran, confirmed earlier reports that the Group 5+1 and Iran will continue their negotiations in the Russian capital in June."We will go to Moscow on June 17 to continue the talks on June 18 and 19," Ashton said at a press conference following several rounds of talks with Iran in Baghdad on Thursday. She further pointed out that there still reside some differences between Tehran and the world powers, and added that the G5+1 delegations would go back to their respective capitals for further consultations over the issues raised at the Baghdad negotiations with Iran. The EU foreign policy chief further said that the six world powers and Iran would move on the basis of a step-by-step plan to build each other's trust. She also noted that Tehran has voiced preparedness to discuss its 20-percent enrichment activities, adding that the Iranian team has offered a proposal which includes 5 axes of cooperation. Yet, she declined to declare the details of the talks with Iran. "I believe that we share some common grounds and we should negotiate over them," Ashton said, and pointed to the two sides' agreement on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons as among such areas. Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) held several rounds of talks between the two sides in Baghdad on Wednesday and Thursday. On April 14 and after a 15-month hiatus, Iran and the six world powers resumed talks in Istanbul, Turkey, and agreed to meet again in the Iraqi capital on May 23. Analysts believe that the two sides' agreement to continue the talks should be seen as a sign of hope for resolving the long-standing standoff between Tehran and the West. Hmmmm........My thoughts on the P5+1 talks: "much bleating......very little wool".Read the full story here.
Obama "Congress is a problem" for selling predator drones to his 'buddy' Turkey.(TZ).Turkey said it expects the US, its chief NATO ally, to display what Turkish foreign minister said was “stronger will” when it comes to the sale of armed drones to Turkey. Ahmet Davutoğlu, speaking to TRT Haber TV station from New York, said President Abdullah Gül clearly expressed this issue to his US counterpart, Barack Obama, during their bilateral meeting on the margins of NATO’s Chicago Summit earlier this week. Davutoğlu said Obama supports the sale of drones in principle but cites Congress as a problem. “Difficulties in decision-making [in the US government] happen for many agenda items. We want stronger will to be displayed,” Davutoğlu said in the interview.
Davutoğlu argued that allies should consider each other’s security needs and that Turkey is considering its ally’s security needs, asking the US to reciprocate in this regard. On Wednesday, White House Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes reiterated the same concerns of the US administration during a press meeting in Washington. “Obviously, we’re familiar with Turkey’s interests in acquiring additional assets, including unmanned aerial vehicles as a part of those counterterrorism efforts. That’s something that we have to discuss not just with Turkey, but also with our Congress,” Rhodes maintained. “We obviously support Turkey’s efforts to combat terrorism, the PKK, and any other group, just as we welcome Turkey’s support for our efforts against al-Qaeda,” Rhodes said, mentioning that Gül and Obama discussed the issue of the fight against terrorism thoroughly during their talk on the sidelines of the NATO summit. Turkey seeks to buy armed drones from the US, but the request has been controversial, with some in the US Congress refusing to agree to the sale of aircraft given Ankara’s deteriorating relations with Israel, a close US ally. The US administration, on the other hand, is reportedly willing to sell the drones to Turkey and is trying to persuade Congress not to block the sale. A report published in the Wall Street Journal that claimed Turkey decided to bomb 34 civilians based on intelligence provided by US Predators -- which help Turkey gather intelligence against the PKK -- have come amid the haggling with the US on the sale of armed Predators. The civilians, who were assumed to be PKK terrorists, were killed by Turkish warplanes last December.Hmmmm.....Once again Turkey (Iran's Buddy - Israel's enemy) is trying to dictate America's Foreign Policy.Read the full story here.
Topless Group 'Femen' Mounts 3rd Euro 2012 Trophy Attack.(RN).The Femen group of female Ukrainian protestors with a flair for topless stunts have attacked the Euro 2012 trophy for the third time in the western Ukrainian city of Lvov, the group said Thursday. Group member Yana Zhdanova approached the trophy while another member of the group distracted security guards, Femen said on its website. As in previous efforts in Kiev and Donetsk, Zhdanova then bared her torso to reveal an obscene message directed against the tournament and tried to push the Henri Delaunay trophy from its pedestal. She was then arrested by police and taken to the district police station. “The Femen women’s movement is obstructing the European football championship, accusing the organizers of propaganda for sex tourism and of promoting the sex industry in Ukraine and Poland,” Femen said. Poland and Ukraine are co-hosts for the Euro 2012 tournament, which runs from June 8 through July 1 and is considered one of Europe's most prestigious sporting events.Hmmmm.....No word if the crowd was cheering?Read the full story here.
Pakistan - 10 more killed in second US drone attack in 24 hours, when a US drone fired missiles on a mosque in NWA.
Pakistan - 10 more killed in second US drone attack in 24 hours, when a US drone fired missiles on a mosque in NWA.(Nation). At least 10 people were killed and several others injured when a US drone fired missiles on a mosque in North Waziristan, tribal area bordering Afghanistan, sources said on Thursday. The Sources said that the unmanned plane fired two missiles on a mosque in Mir Ali Bazar of the agency. “Fear prevailed in the area as almost five drones were seen flying in the air after the incident,” they said adding that the rescue process was also delayed due to drones flying in the air. Earlier on Wednesday at least four people were killed and several others injured when a US drone fired missiles on a house in Miranshah area of North Waziristan. It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan’s Parliament recently passed a resolution which demanded United State (US) to halt drone strikes inside Pakistani territory as it is violation of International law.Hmmmm.....This should do wonders for their 'transportation corridor'.Read the full story here.
Voting in Egypt as 'Holy War' - Its Only Value, to Empower Sharia.(MEF).By Raymond Ibrahim.
Despite the fact that some in the West portray Islam and democracy as being perfectly compatible, evidence continues to emerge that, for many countries in the Middle East, democracy and elections are various means to one end: the establishment of a decidedly undemocratic form of law—Islamic, or Sharia Law.
Thus, Egyptian cleric Dr. Talat Zahran proclaimed that it is "obligatory to cheat at elections, a beautiful thing," his logic being that voting is a tool, an instrument, the only value of which is to empower Sharia. Likewise, Hazim Shuman, a cleric who has his own TV program, issued a fatwa likening the voting for Islamist candidates as a "jihad," adding that paradise awaits whoever is "martyred" during the electoral campaign.
Most recently, according to Al Wafd, last Friday, May 18, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, one of if not the most authoritative clerics in the Islamic world, "called on all Egyptians to vote for one of the Islamist candidates," specifically naming the three Islamists, Muhammad Mursi, Abd al-Mun'im Abu al-Futuh, and Muhammad al-Salim al-Awwa. Qaradawi described them as "best for Egypt" because they will "apply the Islamic Sharia and achieve justice." Moreover, during his Friday sermon, Qaradawi said that it is "mandatory for every Egyptian to go and vote at the presidential elections," calling it a form of "obligatory testimony" on behalf of Islam, and quoting Koran 2:283 as proof: "And do not conceal testimony, and whoever conceals it, his heart is surely sinful; and Allah knows what you do."
Qaradawi's position was restated yesterday, Monday May 21, when, according to Al Ahram, the Sharia Body for Rights and Reforms—one of the most powerful Islamic organizations, with members from the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafis, and Al Azhar—issued a fatwa asserting that it is "impermissible to vote for anyone not intending to apply Islamic Sharia, and it is obligatory to vote for those who do seek to implement it," adding that the "presidential election is a modern way of directing the state, and therefore it behooves Muslims to use it as a way to enforce Sharia."
If Qaradawi and many others are stressing the obligation to vote for those most likely to enforce Sharia, Sheikh Osama Qassim, a member of Egypt's notorious Islamic Jihad, which also seeks to enforce Islamic law, recently attacked the non-Islamist candidates—specifically naming Ahmed Shafiq and Amr Mussa—saying that if they win the presidential elections, it will only be "by cheating," at which point "the Islamist organizations" will resort to "armed action" (code for Jihad), adding that such presidents will suffer the same fate of Anwar Sadat (assassination), but that this time, the struggle will see "the Islamists achieve complete domination" in Egypt.
Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum.
Islamist Turkish Youth camps set to undergo gender segregation regulation.(HD).State funded youth camps will now be segregated by gender, daily Hürriyet reported. The General Directorate of Youth and Sports has just written a new regulation which will oversee gender organized camps, where boys and girls are hosted at different periods of time in an effort to keep them segregated. The camps host participants between the ages of 13 and 22 and for the last 6 years the have operated in a coed manner, hosting girls and boys at the same time. The new regulation will be applied to camps on June 11.Hmmmmm......Another reason to keep Turkey out of Europe.Read the full story here.
Israel revives military option after Obama rejects its nuclear demands of Iran.(Debka).Israel has withdrawn its pledge to US President Barack Obama not to strike Iran’s nuclear sites before the November presidential election after he rejected its minimal demands for nuclear negotiations with Iran. This is reported exclusively by debkafile’s Washington sources. In public, Israeli ministers still talk as though they believe in results from the Six-Power talks with Iran, which Thursday May 24 limped into their second day in Baghdad with the parties still miles apart. But the presidential veto has essentially cast Israel outside the loop of influence on the outcome of diplomacy. When Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak met US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta at the Pentagon on May 17 he was told that Obama had rejected Israel’s toned-down demands for Iran to at least to halt high-grade uranium enrichment, export its stocks of material enriched higher than 3.5 percent grade and shut down production at the Fordo nuclear plant near Qom. For six months, the Obama administration tried to sweeten the bitter pill of this rejection by bumping up security aid. The latest appropriation covered another $70 million for manufacturing more Iron Dome short-range missile interceptors. After talking to Panetta, Barak turned to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon in the hope of winning their support for softening Obama’s ruling. Clinton replied she was not involved in the negotiations with Iran and Donilon, that a personal decision by the president was not open to change. To make sure his words reached the proper address without misunderstandings, the defense minister’s office issued a verbatim English translation from the Hebrew: "There is no need to tell us what to do, and we have no reason to panic. Israel is very, very strong, but we do know that the Iranians are accomplished chess players and will try to achieve nuclear capabilities. Our position has not changed. The world must stop Iran from becoming nuclear. All options remain on the table." As the Baghdad talks went around in circles, Israel’s military option was put back firmly on the table and on the US-Iranian chessboard.Hmmmm........My thoughts on the P5+1 talks: "much bleating......very little wool".Read the full story here.
PA TV to kids: Christians and Jews are inferior, cowardly and despised.(PalWatch).
PA TV host: "You are going to recite a poem, which also teaches us responsibility and belonging."
Girl: "... The occupier stole my land and my grandfathers' land...
Where is your sword, Khaled (Arab warrior)?
Where is your courage, Saladin (Muslim conqueror)?
But no one answered me.
Where is my weapon? I found it - a stone. I took it and threw it at the enemies of destiny. I taught the world that the Muslim in the name of Allah cannot be defeated...
They challenge us with the White House, and we challenge them with the [Islamic] awakening and the Kaaba [in Mecca]. They aren't stronger than Khosrau and Caesar (rulers of Persian and Byzantine Empires).
They [Christians and Jews] are inferior and smaller, more cowardly and despised. They are remnants of the [Christian] crusaders and Khaibar (i.e., Jewish village destroyed by Muslims in 629)...
Oh Muslims of the world: Awaken, you have slept too long.
Your fathers and your sons are being massacred, your Al-Aqsa [Mosque] is defiled and destroyed."
Host: "Bravo! Applause for our friend Lara." From Palestinian TV (Fatah) May 23, 2012.Hmmmm.......The 'people' Obama donated $194 Million taxpayer money against Congress it's will, while invoking 'National Security'.Read and see the full story here.
There is an urgency to bring the truth about the conservative principles of fiscal accountability and personal responsibility to the 95% of the Black community that feels beholden to big government liberalism. Today the PolitiChicks discuss the upcoming documentary 'Runaway Slave' and the impact it could have on the political landscape for both blacks and whites.