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Dec 06 2017

Open Thread

Contrary to popular misconception, Islam does not mean peace but rather means submission to the commands of Allah alone. Therefore, Muslims do not believe in the concept of freedom of expression, as their speech and actions are determined by divine revelation and not based on people's desires. - Anjem Choudary

31 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Anonymous says:

    C’mon, left/libtards, I wanna hear you call Choudry “islamophobic” and hateful.

  2. Mike_W20 says:

    What a maroon.
    Choudary thinks that God is a monster and would send a rapist, mass-murdering, bandit, paedophile, assassin and liar as a “prophet”.

  3. Tadpole says:

    Hmmm, very strange. A conservative comment site and not one mention of the word “Jerusalem” today.

  4. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Depends upon which God you are worshiping. One of the names of the Muslim god includes “deceiver” or “great trickster.”

    By contrast, I worship a God of truth.

  5. seaoh says:

    Just one of the many ways bacon is making the world a better place to live

    Also repulsed muzzies

  6. Mr. Freemarket says:

    We are more into mocking the left rather than reporting and discussing straight news stories.

    Is Trump announcing the move of our embassy to Jerusalem a big deal? Sure it could be. And as soon as the left has either experienced a good cry or a tirade over why this represents the end of the world, we will likely discuss it.

  7. itsatax says:

    Choudary is a maggot, but also more honest than the “muslim friend” SJWs often reference.

  8. Mack says:

    Like Screwtape’s tempters’ training manual, the Koran is…interesting. Everyone should read it.

  9. MAS says:

    On your own site you can load any news items in any priority you want. Just sayin’…

  10. MAS says:

    Muslims actually worship a demon they think is a god. It follows that they would hate the one true God…

  11. KirklesWorth says:

    Maybe if you were here yesterday, you would have seen this posting before questioning this conservative comment site:

    KirklesWorth: The left’s (especially the Independent’s) predictable reaction to Trump declaring Jerusalem the capital of Israel.

    Time: President Trump Recognized Jerusalem as Capital of Israel. It May Hurt the Peace Process
    Independent: Jerusalem latest: Hamas says Trump has opened ‘the gates of hell’ and calls for ‘day of rage’
    Independent: Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem is wrong and reckless
    CNN: President announces plans to relocate the US Embassy there, a move expected to inflame tensions
    Independent: Donald Trump officially recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital despite threats of mass violence across Middle East

    Hooray! Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel! Better?

  12. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Have the voters from Michigan’s 13th congressional district wised up? Do you think they wouldn’t vote for Conyers’ son???

  13. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Odd, isn’t it, that an official in a self-proclaimed racist organization isn’t called a “racist?”

  14. JackisBack says:

    I am surprised that this imitation of a human being is still alive.

  15. StephaneDumas says:

    If they had wised up, it’ll be a miracle.

  16. Bodhisattva says:

    Byrd was more than “a member” – he was a high official in the KKK.

    Robert C. Byrd was a recruiter for the Klan while in his 20s and 30s, rising to the title of Kleagle and Exalted Cyclops of his local chapter.

    After leaving the group, Byrd spoke in favor of the Klan during his early political career. Though he claimed to have left the organization in 1943, Byrd wrote a letter in 1946 to the group’s Imperial Wizard stating “The Klan is needed today as never before, and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia.”

  17. Bodhisattva says:

    Moonbat blames Trump for wildfire threatening her home.

    Three fires that scorched California were joined by a fourth late Tuesday and a fifth early Wednesday
    The growing fire threatens several A-listers’ mansions, including those of Paris Hilton, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, Maria Shriver and Heidi Klum
    Chrissy Teigen and her daughter Luna were forced to leave their home, while Ariana Grande alerted fans she had her pets pups had fled the fire
    Paris Hilton said her pets were being taken to safety, while Chelsea Handler tackled the fires with her usual wry humor, writing: ‘Just evacuated my house. It’s like Donald Trump is setting the world on fire. Literally and figuratively. Stay safe everyone. Dark times.’

  18. Bodhisattva says:

    Moonbat MSNBC Host Blames Venezuela Collapse on President Trump

    Joy Reid
    Meanwhile Trump’s weakness & unsuitability for the presidency have real life consequences. Venezuela, Pakistan, Jerusalem all melting down.

    Of course Trump isn’t responsible for any of that – those are what are known as “pre-existing conditions”.

  19. Bodhisattva says:

    Moonbat Mag Blames Trump… For Budweiser Beer Name-Change to ‘America’

    Trump is getting blamed from a far-left publication for something that’s really pretty awesome – patriotic beer.
    Donald Trump was not the mastermind behind the new summer marketing campaign that proudly says “America” across the iconic cans, but he might get credit, or blame, for it either way.

  20. Bodhisattva says:

    Another moonbat makes yet another meaningless gesture:

    Lindsey Vonn: I won’t be representing US President at Winter Olympics

    Good for you. Olympic athletes represent the country and it’s people. Political hacks make references to political figures in conjunction with the Olympics when they aren’t appropriate. Thanks for self-identifying as just another lunatic liberal moonbat political hack.

  21. Bodhisattva says:

    Sen. Al Franken to leave U.S. Senate, says he can no longer be effective
    Franken, not that he ever was.

    Take, for instance, his meaningless and petty parting shots at Trump and Moore as he left – since the allegations against them are proving to be “trumped” up while the allegations against Franken are proven beyond any doubt. Despite this he tried to claim he wasn’t guilty as he announced his departure.

    Stressing that he wanted to be respectful of what he called a broader conversation about mistreatment of women by powerful men, Franken sought to draw a distinction between himself and two Republicans also accused of mistreatment of women, President Trump and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

    “I of all people am aware that there is some irony in the fact I am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape of his history of sexual assault is in the Oval Office, and a man who has repeatedly preyed on young girls has the full support of his party,” Franken said.

    So the Democrat strategy is to say “well I didn’t really do anything but am leaving while these guys who did do something (when in fact the “evidence” so far suggests otherwise, since it all turns out to be contrived) aren’t.

  22. Bodhisattva says:

    Intrigue grows over what sparked the attack on Rand Paul

    Rand Paul was on the verge of becoming a powerful senator and the nation’s leading libertarian. His neighbor was a successful doctor and Kennedy-style Democrat who favored nationalized medicine.

    They might have sparred over health care or taxes, but an acquaintance of both said they stood in their yards roughly a decade ago shouting at each other over the grass clippings Paul’s mower had shot on Rene Boucher’s property.

    ” ‘I ask him, I tell him and he won’t pay attention,’ ” the acquaintance, Bill Goodwin, recalls Boucher saying after the argument. ” ‘One of these days.’ ”

    That day may have come recently, when Boucher’s attorney said in an interview his client attacked Paul over long-simmering disagreements between the two about the care of grass, trees and other landscaping on their adjacent properties in an exclusive gated community.

    The account marks the first time either side has offered a reason for one of the nation’s most talked-about political mysteries: What sparked the worst attack on a sitting senator in decades?

    The assault left Paul, 54, with six cracked ribs, a case of pneumonia and briefly sidelined during a crucial debate over a tax overhaul in Washington. Boucher, 59, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in the case and could yet face more serious consequences.

    Some conservative media outlets have suggested the attack might have been motivated by Boucher’s liberal politics. Paul appeared to endorse that idea by retweeting the stories. Boucher, a registered Democrat, was critical of President Donald Trump on his now-deleted Facebook page.

    Paul, who gave his first TV interview about the attack last week with Fox News, said he had not talked to Boucher in 10 years, but didn’t say what caused the assault. He said it was beside the point.

    “After my ribs were broken then he said things to me to try to indicate why he was unhappy but I think the, I guess to me the bottom line is it isn’t so important – if someone mugs you is it really justified for any reason?” Paul said.

    Kelley Paul, his wife, also penned an op-ed for CNN, casting doubt on the idea that landscaping or anything else Paul did had prompted the attack. She said any dispute existed only in Boucher’s “troubled mind.”

    “It is incredibly hurtful that some news outlets have victimized Rand a second time as he struggles to recover,” Kelley Paul wrote.

  23. Bodhisattva says:

    Russell Crowe tells off-colour awards show gag about ‘sodomising’ actress co-star

    Russell Crowe had remarks he made during a speech at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards cut from broadcast, according to reports, after he joked about ‘sodomising’ a co-star.

    Crowe was on stage at the event in Sydney, when he began discussing the need for ‘sensitivity’ in the acting industry given the recent exposure of widespread sexual harassment.

    However, his remarks soon veered off into the time he was being filmed ‘sodomising Jacqui McKenzie on the set of Romper Stomper‘ in 1992.

    “I didn’t actually intend to do that – I was trying to keep my bits away from her bits, and she’s been given one of those pieces of elastic that the girls get when you do those scenes, which protects them from all things, and my bits and pieces were in a little canvas sack with a drawstring,” he said, to some embarrassed laughter from the audience.

  24. Bodhisattva says:

    They’re reaching…

    Maybe the details suggest otherwise – but I can’t see a problem with asking women I know, even those who work for me, if I am looking for a surrogate and think they might want “the job”. Now if the deal was he gets to actually have regular sex with them & impregnate them that way I can see a problem there perhaps.

    But apparently something was fishy, as this is being referred to even by Republicans as “credible claims of misconduct”. Still, this seems like quite a reach – overreach, in fact, since he really was just looking for, and eventually found, a surrogate, which seems to be all he wanted all along.

    Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) announced Thursday that he would resign from office as of Jan. 31, 2018, after discussing surrogacy issues with female staffers.

    “I have recently learned that the Ethics Committee is reviewing an inquiry regarding my discussion of surrogacy with two previous female subordinates, making each feel uncomfortable,” he said in a statement. “I deeply regret that my discussion of this option and process in the workplace caused distress.”

    In a lengthy statement, Franks said he wanted to take “full and personal responsibility for the ways I have broached a topic that, unbeknownst to me until very recently, made certain individuals uncomfortable.” He said he and his wife had “long struggled with infertility” and gone through three miscarriages. They tried to adopt children multiple times, only to have the birth mothers renege before giving birth.

    He added: “A wonderful and loving lady, to whom we will be forever grateful, acted as a gestational surrogate for our twins and was able to carry them successfully to live birth. The process by which they were conceived was a pro-life approach that did not discard or throw away any embryos. My son and daughter are unspeakable gifts of God that have brought us our greatest earthly happiness in the 37 years we have been married.”

    Another attempted surrogate pregnancy, about three years later, also resulted in a miscarriage, he said. In their attempt to have a sibling for their twins, he said, he “became insensitive as to how the discussion of such an intensely personal topic might affect others.”

    “We are in an unusual moment in history — there is collective focus on a very important problem of justice and sexual impropriety,” he said. “It is so important that we get this right for everyone, especially for victims. But in the midst of this current cultural and media climate, I am deeply convinced I would be unable to complete a fair House Ethics investigation before distorted and sensationalized versions of this story would put me, my family, my staff, and my noble colleagues in the House of Representatives through hyperbolized public excoriation.

  25. Bodhisattva says:

    Juanita Broaddrick rips Time’s ‘silence breakers’ snub: ‘I didn’t fit in their liberal victim mold’

    Plus Time still isn’t ready to accept or admit that Bill Clinton is the sexual predator he has always been and always will be.

  26. Bodhisattva says:

    Get ready for more frenzied calls to add more ineffective gun controls and likely few calls to deal with the people involved and the reasons they do what they do.

    2 dead, 12+ injured after shooting at New Mexico school

  27. Bodhisattva says:

    Climate Alarmists Caught Faking Sea Level Rise

    Alarmist scientists have been caught red-handed tampering with raw data in order to exaggerate sea level rise.
    The raw (unadjusted) data from three Indian Ocean gauges – Aden, Karachi and Mumbai – showed that local sea level trends in the last 140 years had been very gently rising, neutral or negative (ie sea levels had fallen).

    But after the evidence had been adjusted by tidal records gatekeepers at the global databank Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) it suddenly showed a sharp and dramatic rise.

    The whistle was blown by two Australian scientists Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier in a paper for Earth Systems and Environment.

  28. Bodhisattva says:

    VALID concerns about HIV/AIDS misrepresented as “homophobia”:

    Adult movie star August Ames, 23, is found dead after being accused of homophobia for refusing to do a scene with an actor who had appeared in gay porn
    Adult film actress August Ames was found dead in southern California
    Ames recently suffered a torrent of online abuse after posting on Twitter that she would not be doing a scene with a male performer who had done gay porn

    Ames claimed that medical testing was different for straight vs gay sex scenes, and did not want to participate.
    Some male performers in the adult film industry do both gay and straight scenes for extra money, a practice known as ‘crossing over.’
    According to the Daily Beast, the practice is relatively common but fairly taboo.
    A majority of female performers are apprehensive about doing scenes with male co-stars who have a history of gay pornography in their resume, believing it exposes them to a higher risk of contracting HIV.
    ‘NOT homophobic,’ she said in response to the accusations. ‘Most girls don’t shoot with guys who have shot gay porn, for safety. That’s just how it is with me. I’m not putting my body at risk, i don’t know what they do in their private lives.’

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