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Obama and Khamenei

 by Amil Imani

During the U.S. presidential election, President Obama boasted that he would embark on personal diplomacy to solve our foreign policy problems with terrorist countries such as Syria and the Islamic Republic. He said that he would meet their leaders without any preconditions to settle our disputes. Doesn’t that sound like a change of heart, a real change and a great relief to us all? Never mind the fact that this president has about zero experience in foreign policy matters, he is foolish enough to aim to negotiate with the ever-conniving Assad of Syria and masters of deceptions such as the mullahs of Iran.

President Obama, how do you propose to engage the point-man of the end-of-the-worlder Shiite regime in negotiation or discussion without sacrificing the valiant Iranian people who are struggling to free themselves from the yoke of fascist Islamists? You believe that you, still somewhat wet behind the ears, can do better than the four-year combined efforts of seasoned diplomats from France, Germany, and Great Britain?

There are those who see the solution in negotiation with the Mullahs. These people are either naïve or dishonest. The Mullahs’ idea of negotiation is Islamic to the core. They take all and you give all since you, according to Islamic fiat, are not entitled to anything. The track record of Muslims negotiating even among themselves in places like Iraq, the Palestinian territory, Pakistan and almost every other Islamic land speaks volumes.

President Obama, it takes two to tango, as the old saying goes. The uncompromising oil-intoxicated fanatics of Iran and their proxies don’t want to dance with you. They want the entire floor — the Middle East — and the rest of the world down the road.

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Ryan Mauro is  the national security researcher for the Christian Action Network, the organization that produced the “Homegrown Jihad” film. He is also the founder of WorldThreats.com, and the Assistant-Director of Intelligence at C2I, a group that provides mission support to the government.

In 2002, he was originally hired as a geopolitical analyst at age 16 for Tactical Defense Concepts, a maritime-related security group, believed to be the youngest hired geopolitical analyst in the country at that time. Mauro’s reports, which often criticized both political spectrums for their approaches to national security and geopolitics, were often forwarded to members of the law enforcement and intelligence communities with great response.

In June 2003, Mauro founded WorldThreats.com to promote news and analysis he wrote and ones he felt needed more exposure. He has also done volunteer work for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country.

sentIn 2005, Mauro published his first book, Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction (and their possible movement to other countries), involvement with terrorism, corruption at the UN, and how Iran and Syria were engineering the insurgency in Iraq.

Mauro is also an associate editor for American Foreign Policy and the Middle East at GlobalPolitician.com and a U.S. editor at the World Security Network. He also co-founded the International Analyst Network, a Facebook-like website for readers to follow their favorite analysts and writers.

Mauro is frequently a guest on talk radio, such as the left’s “Al Franken Show” and the right’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” He is also a public speaker, having spoken at the prestigious Intelligence Summit, and at various protests, community colleges, and local political clubs.

Mauro is currently working on making his own ghost writing company and is a student pursuing a Bachelor’s in Intelligence Studies and a Master’s in Political Science.

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David Littman discusses the lunacy at the United Nations!  Also here is the Cairo Declaration for your review.

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Wilder’s Defense of Free Speech

by Andrew G. Bostom

Beaumarchais’ Marriage of Figaro, written at the close of the 18th century, included this freedom of speech monologue in Act V, Scene 3,

I cobble together a verse comedy about the customs of the harem, assuming that, as a Spanish writer, I can say what I like about Mohammed without drawing hostile fire. Next thing, some envoy from God knows where turns up and complains that in my play I have offended the Ottoman empire, Persia, a large slice of the Indian peninsula, the whole of Egypt, and the kingdoms of Barca [Ethiopia], Tripoli, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco. And so my play sinks without trace, all to placate a bunch of Muslim princes, not one of whom, as far as I know, can read but who beat the living daylights out of us and say we are “Christian dogs.” Since they can’t stop a man thinking, they take it out on his hide instead.

Sadly, today, over two centuries later, Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders’ free speech rights are under attack in an effort to appease the same irredentist Muslim attitudes—attitudes which are devoid of self-criticism, and violently opposed to any criticism of Islam by non-Muslim “infidels.”

Wilders’ film Fitna—the putative source of this Muslim outrage—includes examples of how various Koranic verses are used by Muslim clerics and political leaders to incite Muslim populations to violence. And Fitna is entirely faithful to classical, mainstream Islamic exegesis on the Koranic verses cited in the film regardless of what cultural jihadists, and their witting or unwitting apologists and abettors, may claim. It is beyond Orwellian to vilify, let alone prosecute Wilders – who simply holds up a mirror to Islamic societies – for being in any way responsible for the Koranic incitement and Muslim violence his documentary faithfully records, and he appropriately condemns.

Moreover, Geert Wilders is opposed to hate speech laws. On February 19, 2009, in Rome, Italy where he received the Oriana Fallaci Free Speech Award, Wilders proposed the withdrawal of all hate speech legislation in Europe, and a European First Amendment.

That is why I propose the withdrawal of all hate speech legislation in Europe. I propose a European First Amendment. Freedom of speech is the keystone of our Western civilization, it is the keystone of our democracies and the keystone of our freedom. That is why freedom of speech should be extended instead of restricted. Salman Rushdie’s ‘The Satanic Verses’, Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s and Theo van Gogh’s film ‘Submission’, Kurt Westergaard’s cartoons and my documentary ‘Fitna’ should never be banned, but should be protected. As George Orwell once said: “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear”.

Earlier, while calling the Koran hate speech with specific reference to the Dutch Penal Code, Wilders was simply asking for consistent application of the Dutch law. And, like Winston Churchill (who wrote that Mein Kampf was “…the new Koran of faith and war: turgid, verbose, shapeless, but pregnant with its message”), Wilders compared the Koran to Mein Kampf, and called it hate speech according to the Dutch Penal Code.

Wilders’ previous demand for consistency, recalls the Calcutta Quran Petition of the 1980s. Like his Hindu predecessors, Wilders was fed up with Muslim abuse of similar Indian laws, and simply saying if one bans hate speech, in accord with existing Dutch Law, then the Koran is hate speech. The Calcutta Quran Petition chronicled how it was the abuse of hate speech laws by Muslims seeking to impose Sharia mandates on non-Muslim majorities that was the source of the problem.

As described in the Calcutta Quran Petition, two Hindus were arrested—under Indian penal code sections exploited by Muslims to prevent public criticism of Muhammad or other aspects of their creed—for publishing a poster which simply cited 24 Koranic verses, with a caption, “Why riots take place in this country.” In this landmark case, the Hindus were eventually acquitted by a sober magistrate who opined,

…a close perusal of the Ayats [verses] shows that that the same are harmful and teach hatred, and are likely to create differences between Mohammedans on one hand and the remaining communities on the other.

It is well past time for the media—across the political spectrum—to stop their grotesque mischaracterization of Wilders’ unequivocal defense of free speech. But demonizing Wilders, and imposing de facto limitations on his free speech criticism of Islam—no matter how reasonable his concerns may be—is a task for which our craven, lemming-like media elites appear far better suited. To amplify the final point on media responsibility, or irresponsibility, let me close with this sobering observation by Professor Robert Conquest, the pre-eminent scholar of Soviet Communist totalitarianism:

One role of the democratic media is, of course, to criticize their own governments, draw attention to the faults and failings of their own country. But when this results in a transfer of loyalties to a far worse and thoroughly inimical culture, or at least to a largely uncritical favoring of such a culture, it becomes a morbid affliction—involving, often enough, the uncritical acceptance of that culture’s own standards.

A Salute to Champions of Liberty

by Amil Imani

Geert Wilders, an outspoken politician and chairman of the Freedom Party (PVV) in the Netherlands who produced a 16 minute-long movie FITNA,” has been accused of Islamophobia and refused entry to the UK by immigration authorities after arriving at Heathrow airport in London. UK Independence party peer, Lord Pearson, had invited him to show his controversial film “Fitna,” which links Quran to terrorism, at the House of Lords.

The 16-minute documentary which juxtaposes passages of the Quran with the mass murder of 9/11 and other acts by radical Muslims was released to the Internet on March 27, 2008. It immediately sparked Muslims’ condemnation. They argued he is twisting selected passages from the Quran to suit his argument in the same way that extremists do to promote terrorism. In his short film, he presented the following passages from the Quran. You be the judge:

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NC Sez:  And after all that money was spent on those helicopters We the People will have spend zillions more on different copters!  

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PITTSBURGH — WPXI learned exclusively Monday that Lockheed Martin was not the source of the sensitive information disclosed about Marine One.

A Cranberry company that monitors peer-to-peer file-sharing networks discovered a potentially serious security breach involving President Barack Obama’s helicopter last week.

Tiversa employees found engineering and communications information about Marine One at an IP address in Tehran, Iran. 

”We found a file containing entire blueprints and avionics package for Marine One, which is the president’s helicopter,” said Bob Boback, CEO of Tiversa. 

Speculation has been circulating on the Internet that the defense contractor that inadvertently disclosed the information was Lockheed Martin. 

Bob Boback founder of Tiversa, said the information did not come from Lockheed Martin. 

He would not name the contactor that was that was the source, but told Target 11 definitively, “It is not Lockheed.” 

Tiversa also found sensitive financial information about the cost of the helicopter on that same computer. 

Boback said someone from the company most likely downloaded a file-sharing program, typically used to exchange music, not realizing the potential problems.

“When downloading one of these file-sharing programs, you are effectively allowing others around the world to access your hard drive,” Boback said. 

“We found where this information came from,” said Retired Gen. Wesley Clark, an adviser to Tiversa. “We know exactly what computer it came from. I’m sure that person is embarrassed and may even lose their job, but we know where it came from and we know where it went.” 

Boback notified the government immediately and said appropriate steps are being taken. 

“They are working through a process to maintain the security of the president,” Boback said. 

Monday afternoon, President Obama’s press secretary responded to Target 11’s exclusive investigation. 

“I would point you to the Department of the Navy. They have more information, but I think some of the reports are not as they seem,” Robert Gibbs said. 

Iran is not the only country that appears to be accessing this type of information through file-sharing programs. 

“We’ve noticed it out of Pakistan, Yemen, Qatar, and China. They are actively searching for information that is disclosed in this fashion because it is a great source of intelligence,” Boback said. 

Clark said he doesn’t know how sensitive this information is, but he said other military information has been found on the Internet in the past. 

He said this needs to be monitored more closely and Rep. Jason Altmire agreed. He said, “Well, I’m very troubled to hear this because there are obviously elements in Iran that are not friendly to the United States and it would be an understatement to say that this type of information could be very detrimental were it to fall into the wrong hands.” 

Altmire said he will ask Congress to investigate how to prevent this from happening again. 

Clark said, “Once it’s out there, it’s hard to get it back. I don’t think the full ramifications of this have been understood by the watchdog agencies.” 

Tiversa was founded in 2004 by Robert Boback and Sam Hopkins, both Pittsburgh natives. 

Boback is a Norwin High School graduate and got his college degree from the University of Pittsburgh. 

Co-founder Hopkins is a Peabody High graduate and started Nauticom and went on to work for Fiore Systems and the Marconi Company.

September 11, 2008: American Putsch?

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