Report: Syrian Muslims Kill Christians & Sell Their Blood To Saudis [UPDATE: Human Head Soccer Ball (Video), Burning People In Ovens

December 28, 2013 at 5:35 pm

A satanic revelation.

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Via Theodore Shoebat:

satan-clipart2A nun in Germany has recently done a presentation in a conference of an independent investigation she conducted of the treatment of Christians in Syria under the hands of Muslim fundamentalists. She revealed that Muslims are butchering Christians, draining their blood in bottles, and selling each bottle for $100,000 to Muslims in Saudi Arabia who take it to wash their hands in Christian blood, with the belief that it atones for their sins.[...]

UPDATE: I am not 100% sure that I buy this, but how much of a stretch is it for muslim Syrian savages to go from playing soccer with human heads…


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H/T Blazing Cat Fur

…and burning people in ovens:

(RT) –”The situation was terrible – with killing, atrocities, and fear as the background. Unidentified armed men came into town, but it was obvious that they were Jabhat al-Nusra militants,” Muhammad Al-Said said.

“The worst crime they committed was that they toasted people in ovens used to bake bread when those people came to buy it. They kidnapped and beat up many,” he added.

According to Al-Said, the rebels committed the atrocities so they could place blame on government forces.

But the resident said that Adra citizens are “waiting for Syrian troops to save us from the terrorists, who came from other countries.”

H/T DMartyr at Jawa

….and Eating Heart Of The Dead?

…to bottling blood to sell?

Not that far of a stretch when you think about it.

Syria pot stirrer Obama unavailable to comment on the atrocious barbaric acts committed by his Syrian allies.

Also see:
Syria’s Christians Flee Kidnappings, Rape, Executions

@BBCNews Interview: Former French Fighter In Syria: “We Are All al-Qaeda” [Video]

December 11, 2013 at 7:55 am
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al-Qaeda islamic jihad in Syria.

Astonishing! Heh.

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(BBC)The BBC has obtained an exclusive face-to-face interview with a 25-year-old student from France who travelled to Syria to fight as part of the biggest brigade of foreign jihadists.

He says he has now left the brigade because it recently pledged full allegiance to an organisation called the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria or ISIS – the most hardline group linked to al-Qaeda.

ISIS is now one of the dominant forces in northern Syria where it controls several towns. [...]

2 Bus Loads Of Texas Vets Being Held Up By Park Police At Barrycaded Iwo Jima Memorial [Video]

October 12, 2013 at 2:35 pm
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In related news: The Obama Regime is ILLEGALLY “Funding Jihadists while Denying Military Benefits
We can fund al-Qaeda but we can’t fund the families of our war dead?

 

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NYTimes/CBSNews Poll: Obama Job Approval Of 49% Lowest In 2 Years, Approval Drops To 43%

September 26, 2013 at 12:01 pm

Just who are the 43%, and what is their malfunction?

(CBS News) –President Obama’s job approval rating is just 43 percent now, down slightly from earlier this month and the lowest since March 2012. Forty-nine percent disapprove, the highest it has been in two years.

Obama approval drops to 43 sept 19 to 23 disapprove highest in 2 years cbs nyt poll

His approval rating among women has dropped since earlier in September, from 49 percent to 43 percent now.

Positive assessments of the president’s handling of the economy has also dropped five points in the last two weeks, to 41 percent now. Just 40 percent approve of his handling of foreign policy, while 49 percent disapprove – the highest disapproval he has ever received on this measure.

This poll finds an uptick in evaluations of President Obama’s handling of the situation in Syria since the announcement of a plan to eradicate Syria’s chemical weapons; still, a majority disapproves of that as well.

Personal evaluations of the president are also down. Thirty percent say he cares a lot about people like themselves – the lowest level measured since he took office.

Continued >>>

HEINOUS! @SacDems Comms. Chair @AllanBrauer Tweets Death Wish On @AmandaCarpenter’s Children “May Your Children All Die”

September 20, 2013 at 1:10 pm

“May your children all die of debilitating, painful and incurable diseases.”
I typically embed tweets but this HATE called for screenshots —just in case it is shoved down the rabbit hole.

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sac dems comms chair allan brauer death wish tweet on amanda carpenter kids 2 and 3

Link here and here.

Followup: @SacDems Sack Demented @AllanBrauer Over Death Wish Tweets On Children

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Gun Grabbing Journalism Professor @DWGuth Tweets Death Wish On @NRA Members Children (Sept. 16, 2013)

Video: Hitler Reacts To Obama Threatening Syria

September 12, 2013 at 4:33 pm
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**GRAPHIC** Professional Journalist’s EYEWITNESS VIDEO Of Obama’s Syrian Allies Publicly Beheading Pro-Assad Man, Crowd Cheers

September 12, 2013 at 2:51 pm

Obama’s allies and McCain’s “friends” are soooo moderate they make the Boy Scouts look like the Manson Family (roll eyes).

Via Time Lightbox:

…..I don’t know how old the victim was but he was young. He was forced to his knees. The rebels around him read out his crimes from a sheet of paper. They stood around him. The young man was on his knees on the ground, his hands tied. He seemed frozen.

Two rebels whispered something into his ear and the young man replied in an innocent and sad manner, but I couldn’t understand what he said because I don’t speak Arabic.

At the moment of execution the rebels grasped his throat. The young man put up a struggle. Three or four rebels pinned him down. The man tried to protect his throat with his hands, which were still tied together. He tried to resist but they were stronger than he was and they cut his throat. They raised his head into the air. People waved their guns and cheered. Everyone was happy that the execution had gone ahead.

That scene in Syria, that moment, was like a scene from the Middle Ages, the kind of thing you read about in history books. The war in Syria has reached the point where a person can be mercilessly killed in front of hundreds of people—who enjoy the spectacle. [...]

WARNING EXTREME GRAPHIC CONTENT — PROCEED WITH CAUTION

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Islam is a crime against humanity. Full stop.

In related news: Syrian rebels now getting CIA arms

Don’t worry. I’m sure these weapons will be going to the really nice rebels that John McCain assures us we can distinguish from all the naughty ones:
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Yes, I’m certain these lively fellows will never get their hands on American weapons so as to force other Christians into martyrdom, because we can tell the good guys from the bad guys so easily. Just like we did in Libya!

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Chris Matthews: Obama’s “Mini-Me Stuff Has Got To Stop” [Video]

September 12, 2013 at 12:40 pm

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What a bunch of whiny racists. Heh.

putin spanks obama(Mediaite) –Chris Matthews took Obama to task on Wednesday for being too “reactive” to events and not controlling or focusing the discussion on issues he wants to talk about. Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank agreed, saying that there is a deficit of “forceful leadership” from the Obama White House.

In fact, Milbank even went so far as to credit George W. Bush for this quality sorely lacking in Obama. At least with Bush, Milbank argued, “he got stuff done, hammering away for taxes, for war… whereas Obama sort of flits and flies from topic to topic.” Matthews wished Obama would be tougher against Republicans on key issues, while HuffPo’s Sam Stein noted Obama’s pushed a little, but not quite enough.

Matthews vented a little, saying “this Mini-Me stuff has got to stop.” Milbank said Obama’s political nuance looks too much like “muddled thinking” to people, suggesting he needs to start campaigning for big issues with bumper-sticker slogans. Stein made it clear part of the lack of action in Washington is derived in part from Republican obstructionism.

“President Blackenstein” is unavailable for comment.

@SenRandPaul: “12 yrs after we were attacked by Al Qaeda Obama asks us to be allies with Al Qaeda”

September 11, 2013 at 9:26 am

Senator Rand Paul’s response to the speech Obama delivered on Syria last night (on the EVE of 9/11).

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Transcript:

obama syrian allies Al-QaedaTwelve years after we were attacked by Al Qaeda, 12 years after 3,000 Americans were killed by Al Qaeda, President Obama now asks us to be allies with Al Qaeda.

Americans by a large majority want nothing to do with the Syrian civil war. We fail to see a national security interest in a war between a leader who gasses his own citizens and Islamic rebels who are killing Christians.

Some argue that American credibility is on the line, that because President Obama drew a red line with chemical weapons, America must act or lose credibility. I would argue that America’s credibility does not reside in one man.

If our enemies wish to know if America will defend herself, let them look no farther than our response to 9/11. When attacked, we responded with overwhelming force and with the military objective of complete victory over our attackers.

The Reagan Doctrine grew out of his experience in the Middle East. Reagan’s defense secretary spelled out a systematic approach to our involvement in Middle Eastern conflicts. First, the American people must be supportive – overwhelmingly supportive – but most importantly our mission must be to win.

There is no clearly defined mission in Syria, no clearly defined American interest. In fact, the Obama Administration has specifically stated that “no military solution” exists. They have said the war will be “unbelievably small and limited.”

To me that sounds like they are pre-announcing that the military strikes will not punish Assad personally or effect regime change.

It is said that America must act to prevent Assad from using chemical weapons again. But it is unknown whether attacking Assad encourages him or discourages him. It is equally likely that Assad could feel cornered and resort to chemical weapons in an expanded fashion.

It is equally likely that the bombing could de-stabilize Assad and he could lose control of the chemical weapons. The Obama Administration has indicated that it would take 75,000 ground troops to secure the weapons and that they are prepared to do just that despite the resolution’s admonition against ground troops.

The question must be asked, “Would a U.S. bombing campaign make it more or less likely that Assad loses control of the chemical weapons?”

The same question can be asked of a series of bad outcomes. “Would a US bombing campaign make it more or less likely that Assad attacks Israel with chemical weapons?”

Would a bombing campaign make it more or less likely that refugees stream into Jordan? Just the threat of bombing has increased the flow of refugees.

Would a bombing campaign in Syria make the region more or less stable? Would it make it more or less likely that Iran or Russia becomes more involved?

Just about any bad outcome you can imagine is made more likely by U.S. involvement in the Syrian civil war.

In the past 24 hours, Russia has offered to broker a deal with Syria to have their chemical weapons put under international control. Diplomacy, if sincere, would be a welcome resolution. The Syrian foreign minister has indicated an interest in the proposal.

Can we trust the participants in this plan?

Diplomacy is always a mixture of trust, distrust, and watchfulness. We should not be naïve, and we should have a solid plan and safeguards in place as part of any solution.

As Reagan put it we must “trust, but verify.”

Some will say that only the threat of force brought Russia and Syria to the negotiating table. In fact, Russian has been negotiating with the US for over a year to find a peaceful resolution to the Syrian civil war.

The possibility of a diplomatic solution is a good thing, though we must proceed with caution on the details.

But one thing is for certain, the chance for diplomacy would not have occurred without strong voices against an immediate bombing campaign. If we had simply gone to war last week or the week before, as many advocated, we wouldn’t be looking at a possible solution today.

The voices of those in Congress and the overwhelming number of Americans who stood up and said “slow down” allowed this possible solution to take shape.

Will diplomacy win the day? No one can tell for certain. But on a broader issue, it is an important day, though, in the sense that a President recognized his Constitutional duty and came to seek Congressional authority for war.

If the vote occurs, I will vote no and encourage my colleagues to vote no as well. The President has not made a compelling case that American interests are at risk in Syria. The threshold for war should be a significant one.

The President maintains that he still has the power to initiate war. This is untrue. The Constitution gave the power to declare war to Congress. James Madison wrote that the “Constitution supposes, what history demonstrates, that the executive is the branch most prone to war. Therefore the Constitution, with studied care, vested the power to declare war in the legislature.”

This is no small question. I see the vote on whether to go to war in very personal terms. I will not vote to send my son, your son, or anyone’s daughter to war unless a compelling American interest is present. I am not convinced that we have a compelling interest in the Syrian civil war.

May God help us make the wise decision here and avoid an unnecessary war.

Also see:
Associated press FACT CHECK: Obama’s Syria case still lacks proof

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#Syria: Constituent Calls For @SenJohnMcCain Et All To Be Arrested & Tried For Treason Straight To His Face! [Video]

September 7, 2013 at 7:23 am
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Oval Office meeting re: Syria with Obama lapdogs the toxic twins; John McCain and Lindsey Graham. (Sept. 2013)

And how did McCain respond? With a snotty, condescending remark. Becauuuuuse, responding directly to the mans point would have been “beneath” the holier than thou elitist.

(Just before the man speaks listen for another smart ass response from the toolish McCain.)

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Frankly I am surprised that McCain crawled out from Obama’s rear end long enough to hold a town hall meeting. Is he so out of touch that he did not expect a huge backlash??? Is he so beholden to Obama that his 30 pieces of silver trump his constituents concerns???

H/T Mofo Politics

“Obama said he would fundamentally transform America. The time draws near to teach this usurper and charlatan the lesson our forefathers taught King George III. We will not be ruled by arrogance and edict.”
~ LTC Allen West  –June 2013
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