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478 weeks ago @ NewsReal Blog - Case Closed: Barack Ob... · 0 replies · +1 points

Finally! Some attention for Stanley Kurtz! I followed his research in the '08 campaign. His revelations about the Bill Ayers / Annenberg connection should have sunk Obama if his opponent (McCain) had had any sense.

Now he's produced a compelling argument showing that Obama is a stealth socialist. I can't critique his argument since it's based on evidence that he has seen and I haven't. I'm waiting for someone with knowledge of this to do so. But since anyone in this category would be an Obama supporter, I know that this won't happen because then they'd have to deal in facts and events, not rhetorical devices.

The only hope is what David is offering: some kind of grassroots pressure on the media coming from blogs. Why can't he get Sarah Palin to read Kurtz's book and mouth off about it? She's garanteed to cause a media event. Just look at her "death panel" comment and how far that went! My advice is to get her in on the act somehow.

567 weeks ago @ The League of Ordinary... - The Israel Lobby North... · 0 replies · +1 points

Joseph F. Malefatto:

There are some problems with your response:

1. Hamas is classified as a terrorist organization by the US and the EU. Therefore giving them money is not equivalent to "falling out of line with Israeli messaging." It's equivalent to Antisemitism, given Hamas's genocidal charter against Israel and Jews worldwide. If he supports Hamas, then he supports the extermination of Israel and Jews, which is what Hamas was founded to achieve.
2. Even so, Galloway may be "shut out" of Canada but he certainly isn't shut out of anywhere else. He appeared before the US Congress some time ago, for example, and has a following in Britain. He is an MP, after all. Aside from Canada's recent actions, how has Galloway been "shut out" of anything?
3. If Galloway is the only example you can come up with, then what does that say about the idea that "controversial views that fall out of line with Israeli messaging will get you shut out?" For this to be true, there must be a lot more examples and much clearer ones to boot. Galloway goes way beyond "controversial views" into Nazi-like antisemitism with his support for Hamas—not to mention his previous material support for Saddam Hussein.

Here's a video of Galloway's speech as he gives money to Hamas. How is it possible that you can think of this as a "controversial view" and not material support for the murder of Jews? Harry's Place

568 weeks ago @ The League of Ordinary... - The Israel Lobby North... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry if I misunderstood you. I had asked for examples of people being "shut out" owing to their "controversial" views, which don't fall in line with "Israel messaging," like Scott says. You then mentioned Galloway. I was showing that Galloway is not simply "critical" of the government of Israel—he's materially supporting an overtly antisemitic terror organization. Even so, he hasn't been "shut out" of anything. Quite the contrary—he's a leader to many people in GB.

I wonder if Scott can answer my question at all...

568 weeks ago @ The League of Ordinary... - The Israel Lobby North... · 2 replies · +1 points

Who are you referring to when you say that "controversial views that fall out of line with Israeli messaging will get you shut out?" Who has been "shut out" of what? Or is this the kind of "blacklist" that gets one a bigger audience than otherwise (ED Kain dixit)?

568 weeks ago @ The League of Ordinary... - ad hoc justice · 1 reply · +1 points

I'd like to add my voice here to condemn torture and to express my important righteous wrath/moral outrage.

I imagine I'll be accused of apologizing for torture and stooping to the level of the Islamist torturers and beheaders, but Superjudge "That dude doesn't mess around" (Sullivan dixit)Garzón is nothing more than a publicity hound and a partisan hack. He has more than enough human rights abuses to investigate right there in Spain, if it weren't for the fact that it's governed by the Socialists. I'd be inclined to change my opinion of him if were wasting his own taxpayers' money by bringing suit against Castro's Cuba and Hamas, for example. Next, he'll be revising the judgment against Jesus Christ and calling down the righteous wrath of people like ED Kain against the Christ-killers.

568 weeks ago @ The League of Ordinary... - ad hoc justice · 0 replies · +1 points

I was just being sarcastic and trying for a reductio ad absurdum against the Superjudge. I do not impute any opinions on the death of Jesus Christ to you at all. Relax. I doubt that Jesus Christ even existed in the first place, so I don't think he was killed by anyone.