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  • Manchester attack

    US president issue a blistering condemnation of the terrorists calling the losers Nah Nah Nah Nah. Loser loser loser. You have to be proud to have such a dynamic leader.

  • #2
    9 Manchester Terror Attack Images: The Emotional Aftermath

    A terror attack outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, killed 22 people including children and injured nearly 60 others Monday night.

    The pop singer had just closed out her set when an explosion was heard from near the Manchester Arena foyer where the venue connects with a train station. Police say a suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device there.

    The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, and a 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with it. The bomber died.

    Here are nine images of the heartbreaking aftermath of the Manchester terror attack:


    http://www.newsmax.com/TheWire/manch.../23/id/791853/

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    whatever the euphemisms, experts claim the United Kingdom is facing an existential threat from radical Islam. And if the British people do not summon the will to confront it, they argue, England itself may become an Islamic state.

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    As will America.

    Our dreams of "co-existing," "tolerance" & "diversity" will be meaningless when we're all killed or converted.

    It's just what the Koran and Surahs teach. Islam is incompatible with western nations. Period. End of story.

    When will we get this ? How many have to die before we realize that our liberal fantasies of "coexistence" are only a death wish ?

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    While he referenced Muslim ban while a candidate, his actual actions as president have identified regions of the world where terrorism is supported. That hasnt stopped judges from citing his campaign rhetoric to deny him his programs to protect America.

    http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/brits-on-...esist-or-lose/


    Which takes us to the problem of our so called judges....



    Reform the judiciary

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    After Trump signed an executive order seeking to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities, which defy federal immigration law, U.S. District Judge William Orrick III in San Francisco blocked that order, too.

    Three of those four judges owe their lifetime appointments to Barack Obama.

    This is part of what Horowitz calls social transformation without representation the phenomenon of unelected judges issuing nationwide rulings on foundational issues, such as immigration, that the framers of the U.S. Constitution meant to be decided by the elected branches of government.

    What the Democrats have is a perfect racket now where they no longer need to push [their agenda], Horowitz said. Even when they lose, their legacy lives on in the courts, and thats what youre seeing now. Donald Trump won the election, but its meaningless. You cant even enforce foundational immigration laws because even though the Democrats dont have the power, they have the courts doing it.

    Its almost like the left is cheating, he added. You know what I mean? You get around the election. The left has found a scheme to place their policies on autopilot and even ratchet them up, even when theyre out of power. So thats exactly the point: Pick your 10 favorite issues that you want dealt with, and I guarantee you every one of them will be nullified by the courts if we dont reform the judiciary.

    ...too many Republicans have accepted the faulty premise that the courts are the sole and final arbiter of fundamental societal issues such as immigration and marriage. Many conservatives stress the need to elect Republican presidents who will appoint better judges, but Horowitz pointed out that has not worked well in the past. Robart of Seattle, who blocked Trumps initial travel ban, was a George W. Bush appointee.

    ...the courts are irremediably broken. He believes the only solution is to reform the judiciary by stripping the courts of the power they have usurped from the legislative and executive branches.

    We need to educate people to recognize that the courts do not have the power theyve grabbed for themselves, he said. But even to the extent they grabbed that power, straight out in Article III, Section 2 [of the Constitution], there is an explicit remedy that shocks me its not talked about more. It says Congress can make exceptions and regulations to the jurisdiction of the courts.

    ...A lot of people might say, Oh, the courts redefined marriage. We need to go and amend the Constitution,' he said. No way! They illegally amended the Constitution. We dont need to get 38 states. We could do this statutorily the same way we do health care, taxes; you could do judicial reform, take marriage, religious liberty and immigration away from the courts.

    Everyone says we need originalists on the court, but we actually need originalists in Congress, he insisted. We need them to recognize, first of all, the proper definition of the Constitution. But also we need them to recognize their role their role over regulating the courts. They regulate every aspect of the courts.

    ...the Constitution gives Congress the power to control the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, but it also gives Congress much more power over the lower courts.

    They not only control the subject matter jurisdiction, they control their entire structure, he said. The lower courts are a creation of Congress. Congress giveth, Congress taketh. They could take that back.

    The only thing worse than the social transformation is for godly people with godly values to acquiesce to it and become content with it,


    http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/heres-why...-way-so-often/

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    • #3
      ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack. Dude was born in UK, maybe spent too much time on the religious porn fanatic sites, hence the ISIS claim. We'll find out.

      Since the Prez is in the middle east solving the Israel/Palestinian issue, he should be able to make a brief stop to clean up those ISIS evil-doers next door. That would include cleaning up all that islamo-fascist porn on the internet. The Brits will show their appreciation with a parade for our prez, and a free season pass to see all of Manchester United home games.

      Finally, the prez will pretend he likes soccer. The End.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by radcentr View Post
        ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack. Dude was born in UK, maybe spent too much time on the religious porn fanatic sites, hence the ISIS claim. We'll find out.

        Since the Prez is in the middle east solving the Israel/Palestinian issue, he should be able to make a brief stop to clean up those ISIS evil-doers next door. That would include cleaning up all that islamo-fascist porn on the internet. The Brits will show their appreciation with a parade for our prez, and a free season pass to see all of Manchester United home games.

        Finally, the prez will pretend he likes soccer. The End.
        I think you're onto a good routine for an SNL episode making fun of Trump and terrorism LOL

        Cause trump is so dumb and people getting murdered by Muslims on a regular basis is kinda ... well, we just have to accept that as part of life and laugh at it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

          I think you're onto a good routine for an SNL episode making fun of Trump and terrorism LOL

          Cause trump is so dumb and people getting murdered by Muslims on a regular basis is kinda ... well, we just have to accept that as part of life and laugh at it.
          BBC Anchor: Europe Has to 'Get Used' to These Attacks

          BBC host Katty Kay, responding to Monday night's suicide bombing in Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert, told viewers Tuesday that Europeans are going to have to "get used" to terror attacks in their backyards.

          https://townhall.com/tipsheet/cortne...tacks-n2330771

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          • #6
            Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
            BBC Anchor: Europe Has to 'Get Used' to These Attacks

            BBC host Katty Kay, responding to Monday night's suicide bombing in Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert, told viewers Tuesday that Europeans are going to have to "get used" to terror attacks in their backyards.

            https://townhall.com/tipsheet/cortne...tacks-n2330771
            Yeah, the insanity of the liberal. .. they'll say this kind of crap until it's one of their own that gets shot, run over or blown up.

            THEN the noise they'll make -rollseyes-

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            • #7
              Islam is not compatible.

              We're killing ourselves attempting to make it so.

              Dumb.

              We're not going to "reform Islam."

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              Islam is the problem not Islamism or radical Islam.

              We can only deal with [the threat] if we first face the truth, [which] might not be too politically correct, but still is the truth, and that is that Islam and not Islamism or radical Islam, but Islam is an evil ideology, like communism or fascism, that has no place in a free society.

              [The West is] faced today with an existential problem If we dont act today, we cease to exist in the future.

              ... the violence and murdering is not merely supported and carried out by a select few inside the Islamic community.

              Its not that we have two different kinds of Islam, the 53-year-old author dedicated to defeating global terrorism insisted when speaking with WND. I acknowledge the fact that we have two kinds of people there are moderate Muslims and non-moderate Muslims but there is really only one Islam, and this is the Islam of the life of Muhammad, of the Quran, of the Hadiths, of the Sunnah.

              ...the very nature of Islam is dead-set against being a part of any democracy.

              [Its] impossible for the ideology of Islam to assimilate in a free society,

              People can ideology cannot. And you see it in almost every country in the world today where Islam is dominant. You see a total lack of civil society lack of freedom a lack of free speech.

              We should not import it any more to our society, Wilders impressed. Not because we hate the people, but because we have a problem with the ideology that is totally incompatible with freedom.

              Not only is the Quran more full of anti-Semitism than Mein Kampf another terrible book ever was, but one token of proof of totalitarianism is that you are not allowed to leave thats the proof of totalitarianism, Wilders stressed in a February interview. Islam as an ideology does not allow freedom. Look at almost all the countries in the world where Islam is dominant you see a total lack of civil society, of rule of law, of freedom for journalists, women, Christians, or even somebody who wants to leave Islam, an apostate.



              https://www.onenewsnow.com/culture/2...-radical-islam

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              • #8
                It is nice to see that Trump has another family member working in the administration. His loser speech was obviously written by his ten year old son. Call them losers dad, that will burn them.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by redrover View Post
                  It is nice to see that Trump has another family member working in the administration. His loser speech was obviously written by his ten year old son. Call them losers dad, that will burn them.
                  It is odd the language he chose. Calling these killers "losers" is just weird.

                  Considering who the losers really are.

                  Us.


                  We don't seem to mind being randomly killed by these creeps, we know they're going to keep doing it ....

                  ... but we do nothing. We're more worried about becoming "Islamophobic" instead.

                  WE are the losers.

                  Sad

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                  "You would think that after so many of these attacks over and over, and the beheading videos, we would take them more seriously than we do," O'Neill, author of "The Operator" and the man who killed Osama bin Laden, told Tuesday's "The Joe Pags Show." "These guys are very, very real. The're serious clerics and they're scholars telling them this is what it is, and they make them believe it, and they teach them that from a very, very young age. It's very, very dangerous."

                  ....

                  ....this form, this philosophy, this Wahhabism comes from Saudi Arabia. A lot of those rich Saudis are funding a lot of these madrasas in places like Pakistan where they're teaching them this radicalized version of Sunni Islam. They're doing it here. They're funding it. We need to find who's funding it and stop them."


                  http://www.newsmax.com/Newsmax-Tv/SE.../23/id/791963/

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                    It is odd the language he chose. Calling these killers "losers" is just weird.

                    Considering who the losers really are.

                    Us.


                    We don't seem to mind being randomly killed by these creeps, we know they're going to keep doing it ....

                    ... but we do nothing. We're more worried about becoming "Islamophobic" instead.

                    WE are the losers.

                    Sad

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                    "You would think that after so many of these attacks over and over, and the beheading videos, we would take them more seriously than we do," O'Neill, author of "The Operator" and the man who killed Osama bin Laden, told Tuesday's "The Joe Pags Show." "These guys are very, very real. The're serious clerics and they're scholars telling them this is what it is, and they make them believe it, and they teach them that from a very, very young age. It's very, very dangerous."

                    ....

                    ....this form, this philosophy, this Wahhabism comes from Saudi Arabia. A lot of those rich Saudis are funding a lot of these madrasas in places like Pakistan where they're teaching them this radicalized version of Sunni Islam. They're doing it here. They're funding it. We need to find who's funding it and stop them."


                    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsmax-Tv/SE.../23/id/791963/
                    I thought Trump was going to put an end to all this terror stuff? Could this just another one of those things he promised has no idea about how to accomplish?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by redrover View Post

                      I thought Trump was going to put an end to all this terror stuff? Could this just another one of those things he promised has no idea about how to accomplish?
                      Every effort he makes to do anything is taken to court by loser Democrats.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                        I think you're onto a good routine for an SNL episode making fun of Trump and terrorism LOL

                        Cause trump is so dumb and people getting murdered by Muslims on a regular basis is kinda ... well, we just have to accept that as part of life and laugh at it.
                        We shouldn't get used to it, anymore than we should become used to intoxicated drivers killing people. We should expect the intelligence and special operations community to keep up the pressure on violent extremists, and the prez to be more intelligent in how he supports that effort.

                        Best Trump could do so far: Tell all muslim religious leaders to drive out all extremists (which is a good start), while trying to convince them his message isn't mixed up. Link:

                        "Drive. Them. Out. Drive them out of your places of worship," the president continued. "Drive them out of your communities. Drive them out of your holy land, and drive them out of his Earth!"

                        The speech during the initial stop of the president's first foreign trip was a stark contrast to his previous comments on Islam. As a candidate, Trump frequently criticized the religion, saying, "I think Islam hates us" and "there's a tremendous hatred there."
                        http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/tru...ecture-n762631

                        I'm satisfied with the intelligence and military community's efforts. The prez' efforts? Not so much.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by redrover View Post
                          I thought Trump was going to put an end to all this terror stuff? Could this just another one of those things he promised has no idea about how to accomplish?
                          Originally posted by radcentr View Post
                          We shouldn't get used to it, anymore than we should become used to intoxicated drivers killing people. We should expect the intelligence and special operations community to keep up the pressure on violent extremists, and the prez to be more intelligent in how he supports that effort.

                          Best Trump could do so far: Tell all muslim religious leaders to drive out all extremists (which is a good start), while trying to convince them his message isn't mixed up. Link:


                          http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/tru...ecture-n762631

                          I'm satisfied with the intelligence and military community's efforts. The prez' efforts? Not so much.
                          The president can only do so much. He's one man, an old one at that LOL

                          What ? Did you want a Navy Seal for president ? A one man army ?

                          Things the president has attempted - slowing down immigration from nations where these killers tend to come from - have been stymied by idiots we call "judges."

                          ... which has been allowed to occur by other branches of govt....

                          As I said, the president can only do so much. The level of hate that this particular president faces is going to assist in our own slaughter, because anything and everything he attempts is going to be blocked.

                          ... and so we die, by our own hands really.

                          In paradise Osama laughs

                          This is suicidal behaviour.

                          That's all.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post



                            The president can only do so much. He's one man, an old one at that LOL

                            What ? Did you want a Navy Seal for president ? A one man army ?

                            Things the president has attempted - slowing down immigration from nations where these killers tend to come from - have been stymied by idiots we call "judges."

                            ... which has been allowed to occur by other branches of govt....

                            As I said, the president can only do so much. The level of hate that this particular president faces is going to assist in our own slaughter, because anything and everything he attempts is going to be blocked.

                            ... and so we die, by our own hands really.

                            In paradise Osama laughs

                            This is suicidal behaviour.

                            That's all.
                            I agree he's most certainly laughing because Americans were stupid enough to elect a clown who is nothing but a wonderful recruiter for ISIS. I haven't seen him do anything that has been particularly successful in defeating ISIS. I know thousands of Americans have perished because of the judges and all that blood is on their hands.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by redrover View Post
                              I agree he's most certainly laughing because Americans were stupid enough to elect a clown who is nothing but a wonderful recruiter for ISIS. I haven't seen him do anything that has been particularly successful in defeating ISIS. I know thousands of Americans have perished because of the judges and all that blood is on their hands.
                              What would you expect ?

                              Americans elected a total dumb-ass named barack hussien obama ... TWICE !!! LOL

                              .....and then had to choose between a woman who was clearly a dingaling . . . and a guy who at least had accomplished something. ...

                              .... so they decided to try something different than stupid this time around I guess -shrugs-

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