February 27th 2009 01:42:47 PM
Proving that the Obama administration is lily white. Because everyone knows that black people don’t prefer Coke or Pepsi, but Sprite or 7-Up. As I wrote in my article “Hate-Loving Whitey“:
Most white people drink Coke or Pepsi — the dark sodas, in other words. But black people consistently prefer Sprite. That is, the clear or “white” soda. ‘Sprite’ even rhymes with ‘white’.
Moving on to ice cream. I, a white person, swear by chocolate. But working at Darrell’s Almost Famous Ice Creamery in Baltimore in the 1980s — and later at Ben & Jerry’s in New York — I couldn’t convince a single black customer to try the ecstasy-inducing Chocolate Fudge Brownie. No, they had to have their vanilla-based Butter Pecan. And if we were out of that (Ben & Jerry’s didn’t even carry it), invariably they would ask for just plain Vanilla.
Meanwhile, what do you think the preferred bread among African-Americans is? Hmm, I WONDER. Ever see a brother eating pumpernickel?
And limousines. You know how white people usually opt for black or gray limousines? Well, black and Hispanic people always seem to go for the white ones.
Then there are the dogs. I caught sight of a magazine at my mother-in-law’s house, titled “Opera Weekly”. On the cover was a black diva of the opera snuggling her foofy-doofy white dog. Which reminded me of the one black family that lived in my Upper East Side building. What color do you think their white poodle was? And take my parents’ realtor, Terri. She and her fiance are both black, but when I met their dog, it was the first time in my life that I ever saw an all-white Akita. Named Snowy. I was genuinely shocked to see that Oprah Winfrey’s recently deceased cocker spaniel was black, which led me to wonder how black Oprah is really.
This is all without even mentioning the black taste for white suits and white shoes, in contrast to the white taste for black clothes and black shoes. So actually, all the muttering about the White House now being the “Black House” or that the Obamas are going to paint the White House black doesn’t make any sense. If anything, they’ll paint it whiter.
Unless, of course, they’re only as black as the rest of their Coke-drinking administration.
February 27th 2009 09:35:58 AM
From WorldNetDaily.com, by Aaron Klein:
Obama to protest Jewish construction
Palestinian officials ‘enthusiastic’ about new tone in White House
The Obama administration has pledged to the Palestinian Authority it will closely monitor Jewish construction in the West Bank and will protest any new housing developments in the biblical territory, a top PA negotiator told WND.
“They told us the White House will watch for any Jewish construction,” said the PA negotiator, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The PA officials said they were enthusiastic about the new tone of the White House and about recent meetings with Obama’s Mideast envoy, former Democratic Sen. George Mitchell. They said they believe that under Obama the Palestinians can extract from Israel concessions reaching “much further” than during talks held under the previous administration.
WND reported exclusively in November that then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice collected notes and documents from Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams to ensure the incoming U.S. administration would not need to start negotiations from scratch…Israeli and PA sources said Rice’s notes document agreements that would seek an eventual major West Bank withdrawal and would grant the PA permission to open official institutions in Jerusalem.
A top source said the PA requested that the Obama administration threaten sanctions against Israel for any new Jewish construction in the West Bank. […]
Well I wonder if all this will improve Barack or Michelle Obama’s chances of the Palestinians not calling them “colored dark skinned black lady,” “raven” or “black spinster” who is pregnant with a monkey:
A cartoon from the PA’s daily paper al-Quds: “Rice speaks about birth of new Middle East.”
So let’s keep that racism under our hats, Pals, while the black half of the dreaded untermenschen ( “under people”) delivers the Jewish half down the river.
Meanwhile, the photo accompanying the WND item smartly showed Obama with his Israeli-born chief of staff:
(White House photo)
Which makes the subtle point, I believe, that appointing a Jew or even Israeli to your administration isn’t going to make up for dismantling Israel, nor for one’s life-long anti-Semitic associations including at one’s anti-Semitic church.
That’s why, when Obama supporters protest, “But he appointed Rahm Emanuel his chief of staff — he’s Jewish,” the correct response is: So was Stalin’s chief executioner.
February 26th 2009 03:27:03 PM
The AP reports:
First lady Michelle Obama tells People magazine that the target date for the arrival of the family pet is after her daughters’ spring break trip in April, though 7-year-old Sasha is convinced the dog is coming April 1.
“So Sasha says ‘April 1st.’ I said, ‘April.’ She says, ‘April 1st.’ It’s like, April!” said Mrs. Obama, who said she favors Portuguese Water Dogs.
KEEP DOG AWAY FROM CLINTONS!
Keep Dog Away from Secretary of State!
Two Clinton dogs are dead, and Hillary doesn’t like dogs in the house, particularly the White House, which she still feels has always been hers.
Meanwhile, has anyone seen the third Clinton dog, Buddy’s nephew Seamus, in the past six years? Anyone? Anyone?
And why does no First Family ever think of showing that it’s serious about protecting U.S. borders — by getting a Border Collie?
More Dog News:
In a related story, the A & E hit show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” came back on TV, at least in re-run form, relatively quickly following the November election — after a hiatus that started with Dog’s N-word tirade in 2007. Overheard from inside A & E’s executive offices:
“Did Obama win?”
“OK, put Dog back on.”
February 25th 2009 01:32:06 PM
UFO in Bosnia Again, Photographed Above Mostar, thanks to Liz:
A glowing object stood motionless for more than an hour above Mostar in Bosnia, after which it disappeared.
Extraterrestrials have become frequent guests in Bosnia-Herzegovina, or, at least, some seem to think so.
Recently an unidentified object was photographed above Travnik, but last week it was established that the UFO was in fact Jupiter. But now another piece of information arrived from Bosnia: an unidentified flying object was again photographed, this time above Mostar, Bljesak reported.
A reader of the Bljesak news site sent the photograph of the UFO to the news site. According to the reader’s claims, the glowing object stood motionless above Mostar’s Centar 2 neighbourhood for more than an hour and then disappeared without a trace.
A year ago, Bljesak also published a photograph of a UFO which appeared in the sky above Podvelezje. Then aliens appeared in a blue light.
So the most pertinent question here is: Do the aliens have to convert too? What does the ummah say about that? Does the Sword of the Prophet extend to outer space? Such are the questions that are fast becoming relevant in today’s world. Aliens, beware.
One alien did convert recently. Michael Jackson finally took the plunge and became Muslim a few months ago, just three years after saying that Jews are leeches. At least now he can molest children legally.
But we hear much along the lines that “Muslims are peaceful.” No. Aliens are peaceful, not Muslims. How many times have the aliens visited and haven’t done jack, haven’t killed anyone. Believe me, if I’m caught between a UFO and a UAE, I’m taking the UFO. An anal probe, I can live with. A beheading, not so much. Besides, no alien ever called me a kafir.
As I wrote this time last year, when a UFO was mass-sighted in several locations above the town of Stephenville, Texas (and Larry King devoted at least two shows to it), there is a likely reason for the increasingly frequent visits, coinciding with an increased openness to them by earthlings as we feel the Islamic noose tightening around us:
Let’s be honest. If you were an alien, wouldn’t you be confused by the turn of events on earth? I mean, here they were, waiting in excited anticipation as our society progressed and advanced, moving closer and closer to a point at which communication would finally be permissible (contact made before we’re ready would violate the Primary Directive — “no interference with development of other civilizations”). Then sometime after 2001, the earthlings reversed course, allowing themselves to be moved backward in time by more than a thousand years — after so much progress and forward motion over a millennium.
Just when we were getting so close, the aliens must be thinking, here we go back to the days of amputations and beheadings, stonings and honor killings, child sacrifice, female mutilation, and slavery — all being proliferated to the civilized corners of the earth where, alien rumor had it, Sharia courts are actually being set up in parallel legal systems to those which served as the guardians of civilization for hundreds of years….
So with Bosnia being on the fastest backtrack, it makes sense that the aliens came to check it out. They must be worried, especially since there is already a Malaysian guidebook for Muslims in Outer Space, printed after the first Muslim in space got confused over which way to face during prayers. ( “Help — Mecca keeps moving! Somebody stop that thing!”)
On a related point, how come every time we put a Jew on a shuttle, it explodes? The Challenger had Jewish astronaut Judith Resnick, and the Columbia sent the first Israeli to space, Ilan Ramon. Both blew up. Proving all the more that it’s simply not safe to be Jewish. If you stay on the land, you explode. If you try to escape — to OUTER SPACE — you still explode.
Speaking of which, although everyone says the Palestinians just want their own state, if the Jews one day did decide to pick up and leave, handing over the entire land of Israel to the Palestinians, you’d see the first ever Arab space program before you’d see a constitution.
But back to the aliens. Let’s keep in mind that in movies like “Independence Day” and all its precursors, we never saw anchor people interviewing the other side to give us the Alien perspective, asking “What did we do to deserve this invasion? More to the point, what did Israel do?” Politicians weren’t trying to win the invaders over and hailing them for the great diversity and cultural enrichment they brought. No one was worried about offending the aliens and their alternate value system, which was unanimously viewed as horrifying. No one ever deluded oneself into thinking that we could live with them, that there was room on this planet for their way of life and ours.
As I wrote last year, “Faced with our lack of will to fight back against something the aliens thought they were done hearing about a millennium ago ( “jihad”), they are conceivably mobilizing to help us find our feet, and our guts.”
February 25th 2009 01:12:05 AM
Last week, Attorney General Eric Holder told an audience celebrating Black History Month at the Justice Department that the country is still “voluntarily socially segregated,” adding that “in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards.”
Holder is correct. After all, just look at whom the nation was cowed into electing president.
The CNN news item on Holder’s speech continues:
The attorney general said employees across the country “have done a pretty good job in melding the races in the workplace,” but he noted that “certain subjects are off limits and that to explore them risks at best embarrassment and at worst the questioning of one’s character…It’s a question of being honest with ourselves and racial issues that divide us. It’s not easy to talk about it. We have to have the guts to be honest with each other, accept criticism, accept new proposals.”
It sounds to me like he’s talking about liberals — that is, the blacks’ yes men on all racial questions, usually loath to be honest with people of other races. Holder added: “On Saturdays and Sundays, America in the year 2009 does not, in some ways, differ significantly from the country that existed some 50 years ago. This is truly sad.”
One can understand where Holder is coming from. He comes from the Clinton administration, and is simply suggesting that more folks spend their free time among other races the way his old boss did when he made this love child:
Indeed, Bill Clinton spent his weekends with all three of these ladies:
(Note to Bill Clinton and Toni Morrison: To be even partly black, one must be the product of two different races, not knock up someone of a different race.)
But in addition to how we spend our weekends, as Holder cites, one good place to judge how the races get along is the cafeteria table during school lunchtime. In my high school the dorky kids — white, black, Indian, Chinese, Korean, Hispanic — all sat together at one table, and the popular kids — white, black, Indian, Chinese, Korean, Hispanic — all sat together at a different table.
Meanwhile, according to this 2004 AP article, a poll found that race relations in this country had greatly improved.
So why are Obama and Holder trying to piss me off now?
February 21st 2009 06:04:17 PM
At some recent charity event, actress and “singer” Cher told reporters that Barack Obama’s great intelligence and spirit would allow him to do more than anyone else could do, and that she couldn’t understand why anyone would want to be a Republican.
And that’s where she demonstrates her liberal confusion. Almost nobody “wants” to be Republican. I’m not a Republican because I want to be a Republican. I’m Republican because I have to be. But liberals only understand wants. Therein lies the conflict. Republicans are party-poopers because someone has to be; we are the party of No (at least we’re supposed to be), when the world wants to dive into things without thinking.
Certainly if I were smarter, I’d be a Democrat. It would save me a lot of thinking.
Cher said that unless someone is a rich Born-Again Christian, she didn’t get why someone would be Republican. And here she demonstrates additional ignorance, given that Born-Agains and money don’t often come hand in hand. Just the opposite, in fact, though their Bible Belt gives the most to charities.
Cher also said that Republican rule almost killed her.
Oh well. Maybe next time.
February 18th 2009 04:01:38 PM
“Friday the 13th” opened to a 45-million-dollar box office over President’s Day weekend, killing the competition and setting a record for the horror genre. I guess people are sick of all the daily Islamic violence out there, and craved something a touch less gruesome.
February 16th 2009 07:44:23 PM
In honor of the one-year anniversary of Kosovo’s non-independence this week, I’m posting a particularly hilarious item that appeared about a week before the unilateral declaration of independence. Apparently, just days before the land theft by Albanians and the international community was to be made “official”, there was an exhibit in Belgrade of art work by Kosovo-Albanian artists who, among other things, were honoring one of the terrorists that wrested the province from the Serbs. To the great indignation of enlightened Serbs hosting this event, and of the media that made sure to report this, the exhibition was — believe it or not — disrupted. By the only Serbs who would deign to object. Actual nationalists:
Kosovo art show in Belgrade cancelled after attack Thu Feb 7, 2008
BELGRADE, Feb 7 (Reuters) - An exhibition of works by Kosovo Albanian artists in Belgrade was shut down on Thursday after a group of Serb nationalists protesting against Kosovo’s independence aspirations attacked the gallery on opening night.
The men from the radical fringe group Obraz (Pride) burst into the gallery hosting the “Exception” art show, tore one painting from the wall and scuffled with patrons and security before getting thrown out.
“They came inside with the guests, then started protesting,” said Ljubica Beljanski Ristic of the gallery. “For security reasons we have decided to close down the exhibition.”
A Reuters witness on the scene said police had cordoned off the area in a central part of the capital.
The exhibition featured video installations and photography by 11 artists who started their career after 1999, when NATO bombed Serbia and expelled its troops from Kosovo….
Serb extremists disrupt Kosovo Albanian art exhibition, Feb 7, 2008
BELGRADE (AFP) — Some 100 Serbian ultra-nationalists disrupted Thursday a Kosovo Albanian art exhibition in Belgrade, forcing organisers to cancel the event that was intended to bring the two ethnic groups closer.
The exhibition was called off soon after it opened when some 100 riot police prevented the extremists from breaking into the gallery, said an AFP photographer at the scene.
One of the protesters did, however, manage to reach the exhibition and tear up a placard of late Kosovo Albanian guerrilla leader Adem Jashari depicted as a pop icon along with late US rock legend Elvis Presley.
Jashari — killed by Serb forces at the beginning of the 1998-1999 conflict in Kosovo — is regarded by ethnic Albanians as a martyr for independence.
A Kosovo Serb painter, Zoran Calija, protested the opening of the exhibition, insulting the artists and organizers and threatening them with a stone, Tanjug news agency reported.
Acting on police advice, the organisers decided to cancel the exhibition of artwork by 11 young ethnic Albanians from the Kosovo capital Pristina, Ljubica Beljanski Ristic told the news agency.
The controversial exhibition was previously held in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad, triggering angry reactions, but no incidents, Tanjug said.
The exhibition was opened amid a severe political crisis in Serbia linked to the imminent independence of its disputed province of Kosovo.
Leaders of the southern province’s 90-percent ethnic Albanian majority plan to make a declaration of independence within the coming days or weeks.
Only the Serbs or Israelis would host cultural festivities for the culture displacing them the very month that the displacement is occurring. Imagine an art show honoring a Palestinian suicide bomber taking place in Tel-Aviv, protected by Israeli authorities, the very month that the Palestinians are to declare that Jerusalem is all theirs.
Meanwhile, let’s count the number of Serbian art shows taking place in Kosovo under Albanian protection over the past nine years, even at the province’s quietest times.
Anyway, it’s a good thing that Reuters and AFP were on the case last February, catching footage of Serbs tearing down an Albanian’s painting of a revered terrorist and setting fire to the U.S. embassy. Such acts are certainly more inflammatory than images of headless monks in Kosovo or grannies swinging from trees by the neck or murdered in their bathtubs.
This time last year, a silly newspaper called the Seattle Times ran an editorial that stated — like so many other editorials written by people who never before glanced in the direction of Kosovo — that “Europe must confront a thug,” concluding, “The harsh lesson of modern times is the importance of a fast response to Serb aggression.”
Because it’s easier than responding to Muslim aggression, which started the Kosovo and Bosnia wars.
February 16th 2009 02:57:24 PM
Man who started a TV station to portray Muslims in a more positive light beheads wife
Orchard Park [Buffalo, NY] police are investigating a particularly gruesome killing, the beheading of a woman, after her husband — an influential member of the local Muslim community — reported her death to police Thursday.
Police identified the victim as Aasiya Z. Hassan, 37. Detectives have charged her husband, Muzzammil Hassan, 44, with second-degree murder.
“He came to the police station at 6:20 p.m. [Thursday] and told us that she was dead,” Orchard Park Police Chief Andrew Benz said late this morning.
Muzzammil Hassan told police that his wife was at his business, Bridges TV, on Thorn Avenue in the village. Officers went to that location and discovered her body.
Muzzammil Hassan is the founder and chief executive officer of Bridges TV, which he launched in 2004, amid hopes that it would help portray Muslims in a more positive light.
The killing apparently occurred some time late Thursday afternoon. Detectives still are looking for the murder weapon.
“Obviously, this is the worst form of domestic violence possible,” Erie County District Attorney Frank A. Sedita III said today.
Authorities say Aasiya Hassan recently had filed for divorce from her husband.
“She had an order of protection that had him out of the home as of Friday the 6th [of February],” Benz said.
Muzzammil Hassan was arraigned before Village Justice Deborah Chimes and sent to the Erie County Holding Center.
Well at least he accomplished the other major goal of organizations such as his, namely to improve understanding of Islam.
February 16th 2009 01:51:10 PM
First of all, I thought we were told that Bosnians aren’t “like that.” And yet we have an imam who is a pedophile, just like so many men across the “like that” Muslim world.
Secondly, we have chief Bosnian mufti Mustafa Ceric himself equating Islam with pedophilia:
From Balkan Insight, thanks to Nancy:
A Bosnian court has found an Imam (local Islamic priest) guilty of sexually abusing an underage girl and sentenced him to 18 months in prison, in a case that shocked Bosnia and stirred up tensions between local media organizations and the country’s influential Islamic Community.
The family of the girl pressed charges against the Imam last year, accusing him of sexually molesting their underage daughter during religion classes.
“As Allah is my witness, I did not commit this crime,” said Imam Resad Omerhodzic, who plans to appeal the ruling.
The leader of Bosnia’s Islamic Community, Grand Mufti Mustafa Ceric told journalists that they will respect court’s ruling and suspend Omerhodzic. Yet he stressed that he considers Omerhodzic to be innocent until the end of the appeals’ period and the final verdict.
Ceric conceded that the Islamic Community made a mistake not investigating the case internally and said they have “learned a valuable lesson” and will tighten up Imams’ discipline and supervision in future.
The lawsuit, Bosnia’s first such high-level public case of alleged sexual abuse by a religious figure in recent history, was widely reported by local media.
Some TV stations, newspaper and magazines went further and investigated the case, reporting on a further four cases of girls allegedly were abused by the same Imam in the past four years. They carried disturbing testimony from some of these girls and other witnesses, including even one of the Imam’s best friends, who said the Imam had admitted his wrongdoing to him.
The reports triggered strong criticism from Bosnia’s Islamic Community. Last Friday, a three-person TV crew from one of the most popular local programs, Federal Television’s “60 Minutes”, was assaulted by what they said was a group of conservative Muslims. Two days later, a local villager due to testify for the prosecution in the trial, received threats.
Bosnia’s Islamic Community refused to comment on the trial before the verdict, and Grand Mufti Ceric, the leader of the Islamic Community, in one his sermons reportedly defended the conservative Muslim group and their actions.
Outraged at the lack of any condemnation of the beating, FTV in its evening bulletin said that Ceric “is protecting pedophiles in the Islamic Community as well as hostile Wahabbis, and is openly calling for the lynch of unsuitable journalists.”
Tensions threatened to [boil] over at the Friday press conference. Incensed by the fact that Ceric appeared at the press conference together with the defense attorney and that he repeatedly avoided saying whether he will visit the abused girl and her family, journalists attacked both men with a barrage of questions and accusations.
Ceric then accused media of Islamophobia, which brought the press conference several times almost on the verge of a brawl.
“This case is about a little girl, about pedophilia, and has nothing to do with Islamophobia,” one of the journalists yelled during the tense press conference.
The village of Gluha Bukovica had previously gained notoriety from being mentioned in several trials of the International War Crimes Tribunal for former Yugoslavia, ICTY, against Bosniak military commanders. During the war, the village was a base for groups of foreign Islamic fighters who came to Bosnia during the war to fight alongside the Bosniak-dominated Bosnian Army.
Here is an earlier report, with a few more details: Imam Sex Abuse Trial Stirs Tensions in Bosnia
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