Monday, March 30, 2015


 Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, chief rabbi of Efrat, on Saturday night compared US President Barack Obama to Haman and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Mordechai.

Speaking at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue, the American-born Riskin said that he could not understand what was going through Obama’s mind.

“The president of the United States is lashing out at Israel just like Haman lashed out at the Jews,” he said.

“I’m not making a political statement,” he clarified, “I’m making a Jewish statement.”

When a woman in the audience shouted out that he was being disrespectful to the US president, she was booed by the crowd. Riskin said he didn’t need any help from the audience.

“I am being disrespectful because the president of the United States was disrespectful to my prime minister, to my country, to my future and to the future of the world.”

Just as Mordechai was focused on saving the Jews of Persia from destruction, he said, so Netanyahu is focused on saving Israel and the world from destruction.

He said more than once throughout his address that he was proud of Netanyahu, and added that he did the right thing in speaking to Congress “even if it angered Obama.”

Riskin drew an analogy between the conquest of Babylonia by ancient Persia and the armed conflict between Iran and Iraq.

In relation to Iran, he said that the only difference between Iran and the Islamic State was who would be using power to control the world.

Closer to home, he said that one of Israel’s greatest tragedies is that the rabbinate is enmeshed in politics.

Alluding to Shas leader Arye Deri, Riskin declared that he didn’t know how someone who went to jail for bribery could be put back into the same place without ever admitting to his guilt or expressing remorse.

Riskin insisted that this was not compatible with Jewish philosophy.

“What we’re all about is compassionate righteousness and moral justice,” he said. “We have to have a free voice that is not politically fettered.”

Riskin was not the only prominent rabbi to criticize Obama over the weekend for his diplomatic policies.

The World Values Network, founded and run by American rabbi and public figure Shmuley Boteach, took out a full page advertisement in The New York Times on Saturday comparing the deal being drawn up with Iran on its nuclear project to the Munich Agreement signed in 1938 by British prime minister Neville Chamberlain with Adolf Hitler, widely seen as an act of appeasement that emboldened the Nazi leader.

The Times ad bore a picture of a pensive-looking Obama with an inset picture of Chamberlain holding aloft a copy of the Munich Agreement that he infamously declared to represent “peace for our time,” just 11 months before Hitler ordered the invasion of Poland marking the beginning of the World War II.

The ad described Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as a “terror overlord” and a “Hitler-wannabe,” and said that the deal being discussed with Iran would “enable the world’s foremost sponsor of terror to become a nuclear power.”

It called on Obama to demand that Khamenei personally and publicly repudiate his threats against Israel, that Iran cease support for terrorist groups and for the US president not to approve a deal that “allows the potentially catastrophic one-year-weapons-breakout period, which endangers Israel, the Middle East, America and the world.


Sunday, March 29, 2015


The strange tale of Tora Bora Jack

Patriot, hero, warrior. Conman, vigilante, psychopath. Bounty-hunter, paintball pioneer, dog-lover. Boat captain, military expert, drug-dealer. Jack Idema, who died in Mexico on 21st January 2012, may have been all these things or none. Shortly after his death, Matthew Lee pieced together an unlikely life story…

Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP/Press Association Images
Matthew Lee
The bar at the Mustafa Hotel in Kabul hosted The Jack Show several nights a week. Journalists, aid workers and foreign officials would listen to Jack Idema’s colourful anecdotes half amazed, half incredulous. Over glasses of ‘Jack’s Tora Bora Sunset’ – vodka with pomegranate juice, yours for ten bucks – the crowd heard how Idema was instrumental in tackling Baader-Meinhof in Germany, the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front in El Salvador, and Hezbollah and Hamas in various Arab countries. He had trained military forces in Thailand, South Africa, Laos and Lithuania (where he uncovered a major terror plot); worked with authorities in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, and protected American interests in Haiti and Russia. He was in Berlin when the Wall fell, and he was in Moscow when the USSR crumbled. And that was just his covering letter.
Idema in Green Beret uniform
Jonathan Keith “Jack” Idema  – he adopted ‘Jack’ as he hated the name Jonathan, although he often went by Keith – wasn’t only in Afghanistan to entertain boozehounds. He was apparently closing in on Osama Bin Laden and the $25m prize for the al-Qaeda leader’s capture. He was also, he claimed, an advisor for the Northern Alliance, the organisation that had been battling the Taliban since the mid-’90s. And he insisted he was a Green Beret who reported directly to the office of Donald Rumsfeld, the then US Secretary of State.
There were other stories. He told people he’d been a superstar of the US military, having received perfect scores in tests at every level. He’d been hired to train Ronald Reagan’s son how to use firearms. He had a loyal dog, Sarge, who would parachute out of helicopters and successfully sniff out bombs (he was saving Sarge’s DNA to have the dog cloned after its death). He was a master samurai who uploaded videos of his sword mastery to YouTube (some can still be viewed). He’d tracked down Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda’s number two, and Mullah Omar, head of the Taliban. He’d sued Steven Spielberg for stealing his story for his George Clooney-led thriller The Peacemaker (Idema lost the case). He was excessively litigious, in fact, suing almost everybody who dared question elements of his background, but never paying up when he lost. His life was a toxic mix of fantasy, fraud and brutality, characterised by a dangerous disregard for anybody but himself. A collection of photographs and certificates suggested Idema had travelled and had indeed seen action, but even these rare glimmers of truth seem stranger than fiction.
His penchant for stories, scoops and revelations, especially when microphones were present, seemed at odds with the highly sensitive nature of the assignments he said he was involved in. But when his alleged takeover of an al-Qaeda camp on the outskirts of Kabul resulted in the discovery of what he said was a seized video cassette of footage of militants training, he was able to convince CBS and other broadcasters to pay him thousands of dollars for the rights to screen it.
If nothing else, Idema was a gifted conman. Rarely seen without sunglasses, he was charming, handsome and an eloquent public speaker. He appeared on US news channels numerous times between 2002 and 2004, and when he temporarily returned home to visit his ailing mother in New York in 2003, he joined newscasters on studio sofas to offer expert analysis of the War on Terror. On one occasion, he talked Katie Couric through his seized al-Qaeda tapes; scary footage of terrorists-in-training attacking a mock American high school, screaming in English at imaginary American kids. Idema was presented as a hero, but Couric didn’t mention that other media outlets had rejected the cassettes, concerned the footage had been faked. Just who were these terrorists with American accents?
Robin Moore’s book, which relied on Jack Idema as a main source, is described in one Amazon review as “a complete work of fiction”.
Idema’s status as a real-life Rambo grew when he starred in a bestselling non-fiction book, The Hunt for Bin Laden, written by veteran military journalist Robin Moore. Despite 50 years of experience in war zones, the septuagenarian writer fell for Idema’s act. He didn’t merely use Idema as his primary source of information in detailing the Green Berets’ battles against the Taliban in Tora Bora in 2001; he gave Idema the final manuscript to be fact-checked. Moore praises “an anonymous Green Beret for day-and-night rewrites in the final months”, but he’d made a mistake.
Idema pounced on the opportunity to turn the myths of Tora Bora Jack into verified fact and the published tome contained barely believable stories of heroism – Idema risking his life for his country, Idema saving the lives of countless Afghan children and Western journalists, and, at one point, Idema single-handedly holding back a group of al-Qaeda fighters. But on 5th July  2004, Idema’s vast edifice of deception, bullshit and brutality finally  came apart.
When the Kabul police raided his rented villa they found a makeshift prison and rudimentary torture chamber. Three of the eight men being held – Afghan males who had been pulled, seemingly at random, off the street – were hanging upside-down from the ceiling. They had taken beatings, waterboardings and mock-executions from Idema and a motley crew of freelance terrorist hunters calling themselves Task Force Sabre 7. Wearing the American flag on their uniforms, they filmed their violent interrogations and sent them to contacts in the US. There was a leak, and a White House still dealing with the fallout of Abu Ghraib decided these rogue operatives needed to be dealt with. They had already put up posters describing Idema as “armed and dangerous”, but now they needed him removed from the picture.
Idema insisted his interrogations had been sanctioned by the highest levels of the US government. The Pentagon initially denied they had anything to do with him, but a few weeks later made a humiliating admission – they had once taken in for questioning a terror suspect Idema had presented to them (he was released without charges). More disturbingly, it was revealed that Nato forces had been hoodwinked into providing military support to Task Force Sabre 7 on at least three raids. As Idema’s trial approached, high-ranking officials asked the unavoidable question: how was a convicted felon with psychopathic tendencies able to get away with it?

The making of Jack

Jonathan Keith Idema, born in 1956 in Poughkeepsie, New York, claimed a brilliant military record including extensive experience of combat. The reality is far less impressive, although there is (rather damning) evidence that he served in the Special Forces. Upon leaving the military, Idema entered the paintball business. It wasn’t a well-known activity in the early ’80s and paintballers still regard him as one of the sport’s early pioneers, manufacturing high-quality combat vests under the Idema Combat Systems label. Indeed, in the days following the announcement of his death, the paintball internet forums were full of typically outlandish Idema anecdotes.
One post describes how Idema organised paintball tournaments called the Sargies, named after his beloved fighter dog. After one of these contests, a UK-based paintball magazine editor published a photo of Sarge defecating alongside an amusing caption. Idema allegedly sent men round to his house and threatened to have him killed unless he published an apology. Another forum user recounts one of Jack’s stories involving a run-in with a group of Hell’s Angels that ends with Idema opening fire and killing several of them. Even more disturbing – and even more likely to have been a product of somebody’s imagination – is the story of an incident in Guatemala in which Idema was apparently duped into blowing up a busload of children. Many people remember Idema’s involvement in epic punch-ups and costly lawsuits: there were a lot of both.
Jack Idema was without a doubt the most unmotivated, unprofessional, immature enlisted man I have ever known” – Capt John D Carlson, US Special Forces supervisor
The law eventually caught up with Idema Combat Systems. In 1994, Jack was convicted in a North Carolina court of defrauding 58 companies out of around $250,000. He had also been wanted for around 30 other crimes in the state, including assaulting a woman, impersonating a law enforcement officer, assault with a deadly weapon and reckless driving. Sentenced to four years in prison, Idema insisted he’d been stitched up by a vengeful FBI. His argument was that in 1992 he had discovered an enormous black market in backpack-sized nuclear weapons leaving Russia through Lithuania. He says he briefed senior US officials on the potential for these weapons to fall into the hands of terrorists; the FBI wanted access to his sources in Lithuania, and he refused because he thought the bureau was riddled with Russian spies. Imprisonment in North Carolina, he claimed, was the American government’s revenge for his non-co-operation.
This argument was laid out in a $600,000 documentary he made with his friend Gary Scurka, Any Lesser Man: The Keith Idema Story (with a plot subsequently stolen by Steven Spielberg, Idema alleged). When Idema made his first trip to Afghanistan in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, he took Scurka with him to document his humanitarian work. He claimed to have saved dozens of children’s lives after the Nahrin earthquake in March 2002, and also that he was working with Knightsbridge, an American aid organisation. However, the director of Knightsbridge, Ed Artis, told New York magazine that upon his arrival in the country Idema had announced that he wanted to “kill every fucking Afghan he saw”. Artis subsequently wrote to the US forces warning them Idema was “a very dangerous person by virtue of his carelessness and stupidity” who “needed to be removed from the area”. It would be some time before they acted upon his warning.

It didn’t take long for Idema to become notorious among Kabul’s foreign contingent. The Independent reported that he had organised a convoy to Tora Bora and offered foreign journalists a place on the trip: “Those who went were robbed at gunpoint a quarter of the way through the journey by their ‘guards’ and made their way, bedraggled, back to Kabul. Jack professed to be outraged.”
Idema is escorted to a Kabul court in September 2004. Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP/Press Association Images
Another Kabul-based journalist, Richard S Ehrlich, wrote that Idema had threatened to murder an American reporter who had the audacity to mention his fraud conviction in North Carolina. Ehrlich also wrote that Idema had allegedly threatened to break the arms and legs of a CNN reporter who criticised his analysis of the war. The Sunday Times’s Christina Lamb recalled the American’s boasts that he saved hundreds of Afghan lives with his Special Forces medical training, but added that she frequently witnessed him participating in senseless bar brawls. Tom Rodderson, a journalist at the Dallas Morning News, could personally vouch for the terrorist-hunter’s volatility – Idema shot at him at close range and only narrowly missed. “He was angry because I interrupted him during a discussion,” Rodderson says.
Ted Rall of the Village Voice tells a revealing story about the time he bumped into Idema in the lobby of a hotel in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Idema angrily demanded that Rall should write about how the Pentagon was refusing to give medical aid to US allies in Afghanistan. “Naturally I required proof,” wrote Rall, “but all he did was talk. A lot of bluster, much of it threats about how his Special Forces buddies would track me down and murder me and my family if I ever crossed him. The morning I headed for the border, Jack handed me a floppy disc. “Give this to anyone and you WILL die in pain,” he promised.
“I carried it to Afghanistan with me. Kept it dry as I forded rivers. Kept it away from the pernicious Afghan dust. Got it back safe and sound to Tajikistan, then Turkey, then New York. Where I popped it into my Mac. And a friend’s PC. It was blank.”
In BBC raw footage of the Kabul trial, Jack Idema, surrounded by microphones, cameras and dictaphones, is in his element. Without any sign of nerves, he tells the assembled journalists that he has been stitched up by the American government, that he was in touch with the Pentagon up to five times a day and that he had the paperwork to prove it. Despite these confident assertions he was sentenced to ten years in Pul-e Charkhi, a run-down, overcrowded prison where thousands of Afghans were tortured and killed during Communist rule.
Idema during the 2004 Kabul trial. Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP/Press Association Images
Also sentenced for his role in the holding and torturing of civilians was Ed Carabello, a New Yorker who claimed he was an embedded journalist doing a job, reporting on the work of a person he believed was working for the US government. It isn’t known whether Brent Bennett, the other member of Task Force Sabre 7 to be sentenced, had been conned by Idema into believing they were acting under the authority of the Pentagon.
For the vast majority of prisoners, many of whom wanted the new American arrivals dead, Pul-e Charkhi was a living hell. But Idema was given a large suite with internet access, a TV, DVDs, carpeted floors and a pet dog. When in 2006 a group of al-Qaeda-affiliated inmates attempted to murder Idema (his notoriety in the Muslim world was assured after his torture tapes appeared in al-Qaeda propaganda videos), several guards and prisoners were killed in the subsequent riots. In a rare moment of self-awareness, Idema conceded that brave Afghan guards had given their lives to save his.
When Idema was pardoned by Afghan president Hamid Karzai after serving less than a third of his sentence, he refused to leave the safety of his comfortable HQ. He was, after all, a man who had made many enemies in Afghanistan. He didn’t know who might be waiting outside the gates for him.

The demise of Black Jack

Nobody seems to know how Idema reached Bacalar on the Mexican coast. There are unconfirmed reports that he tried and failed to establish a drug-smuggling operation based in Dubai, but the first time he publicly resurfaced after his release from prison was in the summer of 2010 in Bacalar. He was now calling himself Black Jack, and modelled himself on Jack Sparrow from ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’. He had grown a large beard and liked to wear Arab-style garments at home (perhaps due to a rumored conversion to Islam). Local newspapers reported that Idema had barricaded himself in his building, trying to fend off police who wanted to question him over allegations he had raped and forcibly detained his former partner, Penny Alesi.
Ms Alesi, is the only documented and reliable source of information on Idema’s life in Mexico. It’s known that he ran a small business, Blue Lagoon Boat Tours, which took tourists out to sea. It’s also known that he was in a serious car accident in September 2009 from which he never entirely recovered. Alesi claims that the police wanted to question him regarding the transporting and selling of cocaine for Mexican drug cartels.
I have superhuman blood. This isn’t meant to happen” – Jack Idema in mid-January 2012, as recounted by ex-girlfriend Penny Alesi
According to Alesi’s writings and photographs, which have appeared on various blogs and forums frequented by both friends and enemies of her ex-boyfriend,  Idema’s life in Mexico was extremely seedy. He held round-the-clock orgies at which he would have unprotected sex with men, women and transexuals, knowingly, she claims, infecting them with the HIV virus. He had managed to forge medical reports so he could show off his clean bill of health, and often spoke about his “superblood” which made him immune from illness.
There were, she has written, “men always around him dealing weapons and drugs”. He was hooked on heroin, alcohol and painkillers, she says, and he was paranoid and delusional, convinced people were trying to kill him. Their house was full of surveillance cameras, alarms, guns and swords. He would listen to Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World’ and the Apocalypse Now soundtrack on a loop for several hours at a time.
Alesi, who left Mexico in the summer of 2010, claims she had a telephone conversation with Idema two weeks before his death. Despite his weakness, he had been able to escape from hospital so he could die at home, but he was now alone. In a frail voice, he begged Alesi for her forgiveness. She was the only person who had ever been loyal to him, he said, and he was desperate for her to return to Mexico. He cried down the phone, unable to understand why his superhuman blood was failing him.
On 21st January, Arturo Olivares Mendiola, an official in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, confirmed that Jonathan Keith Idema had died of an Aids-related illness at the age of 55. No friends or family, he added, were willing to claim his body.

Saturday, March 28, 2015


Tom Cotton, Tragic Hero    Despite the value of his open letter, he will become Obama’s scapegoat when the Iran negotiations inevitably fail.
. . . "Robin said the conversation between the two pilots before the captain left the cockpit started normally but that Lubitz’s replies became “laconic” as they started readying what would have been the normal descent to the airport of Duesseldorf.
“His responses become very brief. There is no proper exchange as such,” he said. It was not clear why the captain had left the cockpit but it was probably to use the toilet, he said.” . . .

Bill Hayden
The Tunnel Dweller



Friday, March 27, 2015

Obama has locked us all out of this nation's cockpit

The Tunnel Wall   . . . "Because America is in trouble. We feel the descent in the pits of our stomachs. We hear the shake and rattle of structures stressed beyond their limits. We don't know where we're going anymore, but do know it isn't good. And above all, we feel helpless because Barack Obama has locked us out." . . .  by Stilton Jarlsberg at hopenchangecartoons
. . . "And of course, Barack Obama has now locked out Congress, the American people, and our allies as he strikes a secret deal with Iran to determine the timeline (not prevention) of their acquisition of nuclear weapons. " . . .
. . . "Like those passengers, a growing number of Americans feel a helpless dread as they come  to the inescapable conclusion that our nation's decline is an act of choice rather than of chance. The choice of one man who is in full control of our 8 year plunge." . . .

Thursday, March 26, 2015




Open Up.

Obama administration releases top-secret doc revealing Israel's nuclear program

The Tunnel Wall. America has become the Vichy French!
Good heavens, what has this petulant juvenile president done now?
 "On Wednesday, Israel National News reported that the Obama administration "quietly" declassified a top-secret 1987 Defense Department report outlining Israel's nuclear program. While the administration revealed Israel's program, it kept secret information on other countries like Italy, France, West Germany and other NATO countries.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015


Americans consider "WHO?" the "Grestest Person Who Ever Lived!"

Hot off the Press is a "Harris Poll" released on 3-14-2009. They asked Americans whom they considered the greatest person who ever lived.

George Washington - who achieved as follows . . .

> > Billionaire by age 30 (owned a mansion with 60,000 acres)
> > Was General-in-Chief of a major 9-year Revolutionary War,
> > Elected to preside over the US Constitutional Convention, which is the longest operating Constitution in the World,
> > Unanimously elected First President of the United States,
> > Reelected President, and then declined a third term
> > Built the City of Washington DC out of a wilderness including the US Capitol Building,
> > Was 33rd-Degree Mason, a Worshipful Master for nearly 50 years (which is why he never professed Christ, Twice-Grand-Master of the Year for the whole nation, is considered today the Greatest Mason Who ever lived (eclipsing Napoleon, Simon Bolivar, Harry Truman-&-Several other Presidents, and has a living Masonic Memorial organization which is the largest ongoing memorial organization in history (apart from Christ's Church, Islam, etc.
> > Left over 60,000 pages of memoirs including 10,000 letters
> > Was instrumental in the founding of the nation from 1774, the Continental Congresses - such as Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, Ben Franklin, Thomas Paine - and volunteered to lead the troops, having successfully led troops in the French & Indian War,
> > His legacy is the "Father of our Country" for his influence from the French & Indian War forward, a young Congressman from Virginia, the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, instigating the Revolutionary War, and forming a "New & Independent Nation!" - a Democratic Republic, etc.,
After winning the war - the whole world was convinced Washington would declare himself "King!" In fact, King George-III of England whom he defeated in the War, said "If Washington steps down and surrenders power to the Congress, I will declare him the Greatest man In the World!"
Any of these would be a great accomplishment for any man for a whole life work! To achieve them all in one less-than-70-years life, is indeed a feat that may never be equaled.
[If you KNOW of anyone who exceeded this record in an earthly sense (for this researcher, Jesus is FIRST by light-years!)]
Truly, all of that was written to say: "George Washington didn't even make the list!"

"George Washington didn't even make the list!"

Hot off the Press is a "Harris Poll" released on 3-14-2009, asking Americans who they consider the greatest person who ever . . . lived.

> > George Washington, didn't make the list!

> > Ronald Reagan was number [5]
> > Abe Lincoln was number [4]
> > Martin Luther King Jr. was number [3]
> > Jesus Christ was number [2]
> > Barack Obama was number [1]

The Republican establishment has the spine of a worm, the ethics of whores and the integrity of pirates


Thursday, March 19, 2015


Leftard Piggy Oinker Obama was mugged by the realty of an honest election in Israel, so he turns to the low life Third World Dictatorship Scum of the Dis-United Nations to do an end run around BIBI - "Hey, O'Bummer it ain't gonna work! You're fucking with the First Team now, the Jews, God's Chosen People, the Elite of the Elite on Planet Earth and they have been at the survival game for thousands of years!"


Tuesday, March 17, 2015


We can believe Ed Klein’s sources claiming Valerie Jarrett is the White House point woman for the destruction of Hillary Clinton. Evidence:

Monday, March 16, 2015



On March 3, after repeatedly huffing and puffing in support the Republican position on one of the major issues of the 2014 election, John Boehner predictably went back on his word, betraying conservatives on a signature campaign promise: to rein in President Obama’s unconstitutional and lawless acti…

Saturday, March 14, 2015


I read the Grame Wood's article on ISIS this morning and it pretty much covered what I already knew about this Islamist organization. Yes, to the secular Westerner this is bizarre religious crap from the 7th century A.D., but they REALLY believe it and trying with all their might to bring on the end times. However, these Sunni end timers have run head on into the Shiite end timers of Iran who have now - or will soon own - nuclear bombs and have the same volunteerist take on the KORAN that they can achieve the crack of doom, which will end life as we know it on Planet Earth.

I'd say like the German Nazis and the Russian Communists of the 30s and 40s these religious totalitarians can run wild for a time and perhaps start the Third World War, but the military superior West will kick their butts royally if the people in our part of the world become convinced they are an existential threat.

Interestingly many patriots are convinced that WW III is Obama's plan - recall that Franklin Roosevelt was given a third and fourth term as president because of WW II. "Don't change horses in mid stream!" went one such Democrat Party slogan in 1940 and 1944.

Would Obama start WW III to stay in office and become an FDR style super patriot president?

First of all, did FDR start WW II? Clearly he did not....but on the other hand he did nothing to stop it either...America was not represented at Munich in 1938. Japan ran amok in the Far East in the 1930s, FDR did nothing. Italy attempted to re-create the Roman Empire. Roosevelt did nothing but give some lip service to the opponents of Mussolini.

Then came the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th 1941 that many historians think was caused by FDR shutting off Japan's oil supply from the USA, which in those days was most of her oil. This made a bigger war in the Pacific almost inevitable, as the Japanese were forced to look south to the Dutch East Indies for new supplies. The "cowardly and dastardly" attack on Pearl Harbor united a very divided American people of the era and the Big War was on.

Once again the question: would Obama start WW III in order to remain office after Jan. 20, 2017? In my never humble opinion our current president is a raving psychopath with a Chicago gangster criminal heart. Yes, he will mouth the Progressive ideology, say falsely that he is a Christian, or give indications that he is really a MUSLIM - In truth he belongs in the Napoleon -Stalin - Hitler totalitarian club of dictators who use whatever weapons come to hand in order to achieve their own personal greater glory - thus The Nation, The People, The Ideology are but expendable instruments in the dictator's tool box.

No, Obama will not start World War III - However, Obama can make moves on the vast world chessboard that will make WW III inevitable.

I'd say allowing Iran to produce nuclear missiles is a great way to enable that rogue country to take the role Japan played to start American involvement in WW II.

Yes, this may NOT be Obama's Plan A to become President-For-Life...I'm just the humble fortune teller in the Forum....There many instruments in our dictator's tool box he could use with the same effect.

Some will say that I have signed my death warrant by writing such a memorandum as the above, but I feel save because The U.S. Secret Service - Obama's ever loyal Praetorian Guard thinks I'm insane.

I feel safe.

The king always allows the court jester to tell the truth.


Thursday, March 12, 2015

Obama's legacy takes shape: 2 officers shot in 'ambush' outside Ferguson PD. Rioters celebrate

The Tunnel Wall  
Blistering! Why Greta Van Susteren, others are nailing Obama for ‘pathetic’ Ferguson shooting tweet/"Yet another evergreen statement about Barack Obama. Since it is a day ending in “y,” President Incompetent pulled a pathetic move. As Twitchy reported, he offered up a pitiful tweet about the shooting of officers in Ferguson and rightly received some backlash. This tweet had summed it up and it bears repeating:"
Violence against police is unacceptable. Our prayers are with the officers in MO. Path to justice is one all of us must travel together. –bo


RUSH: In the first hour of the program I just instinctively said, "This is not the Republicans.  She's not setting the Republicans up with this.  She's protecting herself from Obama, is what's going on."  And Klein's confirming that. 

Berkeley Traumatic Stress Disorder | Robin of Berkeley

You’ve no doubt heard of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. People may suffer from PTSD after an assault or from living in a war zone. In Berkeley, we have our own version of PTSD: I call it Berkeley...

Wednesday, March 11, 2015


The Tunnel Wall:   "Everyone says President Obama is a feckless commander, weak in statecraft, especially compared to the great leaders of the Western world, such as Reagan and Churchill. 

"I believe this does Obama a great injustice. It's so easy to react the way a great leader would. Sure, Obama could have left a small contingent of American troops in Iraq, preserved America's victory, and prevented the entire region from collapsing into chaos and terror. He could have refrained from issuing empty "red line" threats to Syria. He could call ISIS "Islamic." But anybody could do that -- even ISIS calls itself "Islamic." (Note for scholars: That's what the first "I" stands for.) 

"These are the obvious answers. Obama could do it, too. But let me hasten to add: Those guys -- unlike Obama -- never won a Nobel Peace Prize. The genius of Obama is that he takes a much more nuanced view of the world. 

"Rather than lament that Reagan, Churchill and other great men aren't our leaders in this increasingly dangerous world, we should really be lamenting that Obama wasn't in charge in their day. " . . .Read the full article

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