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While filming the anti-war protest two weeks ago a came across this group known as the Black Hebrew Israelites who are normally seen preaching in downtown Hollywood. Many BHI groups, such as this one shown in my pictures and videos advocate Black supremacy, the idea that Jesus was originally black, and that blacks (specifically those in the Western hemisphere) are the original Israelites from the Bible. They are also known to be highly confrontational and belligerent.

From wikipedia:

In late 2008, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) described as black supremacist what it called “the extremist fringe of the Hebrew Israelite movement”. It wrote that the members of such groups “believe that Jews are devilish impostors and … openly condemn whites as evil personified, deserving only death or slavery”. The SPLC also said that “most Hebrew Israelites are neither explicitly racist nor anti-Semitic and do not advocate violence”.

The Black Hebrew groups characterized as black supremacist by the SPLC include the Nation of Yahweh and the Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ. Also, the Anti-Defamation League has written that the “12 Tribes of Israel” website, maintained by a Black Hebrew group, promotes black supremacy.

In the video below is a group of Black Hebrew Israelites arguing with a group of people, including other African Americans. Near the middle of the vid they begin to argue with one of the members of the Christian group (the one wearing the hat) who were preaching to the anti-war protesters by the sidewalk.  He can also be seen in the second vid in Part 3 guarding the pastor who was preaching.

Here are some pics from me:

I horrible act no less, yet the immense bravery of those who tackled the shooter should also be known.


I’m sure all of you have heard about the recent artillery engagements between North and South Korea. But just this morning I got this lovely message sent to my email account. Now for those who aren’t familiar with the IAC, it’s a communist activist group founded by former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark.  After the 9/11 attacks they also initiated the socialist protest group the ANSWER Coalition (a group I have examined before in this blog). Apparently by the looks of it, they also support psychotic governments who stave their own people.

Let’s examine the petition paragraph-by-paragraph shall we?:

It is an undisputed fact that on Nov. 23, the government of South Korea mobilized 70,000 troops for a week of military maneuvers just off the border of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. The DPRK said that these military maneuvers simulated an invasion of the north.

Now let’s just ignore the obvious hilarity of accepted the DPRK’s word for a minute. I mean we all know how honest they have been in the past right? (sarcasm)

Notice that no where in this paragraph did South Korea attack the North. The 70,000 troops that were maneuvering near the border was part of the Hoguk exercise: a large-scale military drill involving the South Korean and US militaries.

On Nov 23, at 1:00 p.m., South Korean forces fired many shells into waters right off the DPRK. This is an area that the north has a longstanding claim to be within its territory. This claim had been accepted by prior south Korean governments.

And? We should blame S. Korea because the North can’t control itself like a child?

An hour and a half later, the DPRK retaliated to what it saw as an attack on its territory by firing shells at the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong.

Retaliated? Against what? North Korea wasn’t attacked, something we already proved and everybody knows.

And now the U.S. has announced plans to send the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington and its battle group including war ships, destroyers and hundreds of fighter jets back into the area to participate in new war maneuver provocations.

If it was after the North Korea I really see no problem with this.

Clearly the military provocation is from the U.S. government and the south Korean government of President Lee Myung-bak.

For there to be peace on the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. must withdraw its troops so the Korean people can decide their own destiny.

Yeah, we should have  just let the North Koreans and Chinese take the area over and turn it into an economic black-hole where starving is rampant and democracy is non-existent. The stupidity of this group never ceases to amaze me. Thank God they are a minority.

I thought this was very surprising. Rick Sanchez I thought was the most rational on CNN and I liked how he stood up against the normal political bias in the mainstream media. However, yesterday, Sanchez made some controversial remarks on  Pete Dominick’s satellite radio. He accused John Stewart of being a “bigot” for mocking him  and complained that Jews — like Stewart — don’t face discrimination. He also suggested that CNN and the media is run by Jews and elitists who look down on Hispanics like himself.

CNN were obviously not too thrilled about the comments and on 6 pm today CNN make this statement:

Rick Sanchez is no longer with the company. We thank Rick for his years of service and we wish him well.

He specifically called out Stewart as someone with “a white liberal establishment point-of-view” who “can’t relate to a guy like me.” Also, Sanchez claimed that Stewart is “upset that someone of my ilk is at, almost, his level.” Here’s a transcript of the interview from The Atlantic Wire on Yahoo!:

Dominick: How is he a bigot?

Sanchez: I think he looks at the world through, his mom, who was a school teacher, and his dad, who was a physicist or something like that. Great, I’m so happy that he grew up in a suburban middle class New Jersey home with everything you could ever imagine.

Dominick: What group is he bigoted towards?

Sanchez: Everybody else who’s not like him. Look at his show, I mean, what does he surround himself with?

After going back and forth with Dominick, Sanchez retracted the bigot label saying Stewart is merely “prejudicial” and “uninformed.” When Dominick raised the point that Stewart likely sympathizes with minorities because he’s Jewish, Sanchez laughed:

Please, what are you kidding? I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they, the people in this country who are Jewish, are an oppressed minority? Yeah.

Here’s also an audio:

Now I’m not saying I agree with John Stewart. I think the guy is a hypocrite and he’s just pushing a political agenda hidden behind a veil of comedy. However, due to the fact he is a comedian, getting mad because he’s making fun of you and resorting to a mindless and borderline racial rant is just childish. The comment against Jews was uncalled for and completely ridiculous.

Some of the clips from The Daily Show that supposedly fueled Sanchez’s anger towards Stewart can be seen here:

John McCain says Barack Obama flunks bipartisanship

By MIKE ALLEN & CAROL E. LEE | 8/2/09 1:43 PM EDT

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says in a wide-ranging interview aired Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that President Barack Obama needs to “be more specific” about his prescription for health reform.

“I think they may have over-learned the lesson of the Clinton proposal in ’93, where there were totally specific proposals.,” McCain said. “Now there’s not enough. “At this point, I think the administration and the president has to be more specific.”

In an interview taped Friday on Capitol Hill, McCain said his general-election opponent is “not changing the climate in Washington” as promised.

McCain said he has “not seen” a “public option,” or government plan, he could support.

“The co-ops remind us all of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,” he told anchor John King. “And so I have not seen a public option that, in my view, meets the test of what would really not eventually lead to a government take over.”

King asked McCain if Obama has “failed the test he laid out at [an inaugural] dinner, to be truly bipartisan.”

“I’m afraid they have,” McCain replied. “And, look, they’ve got the votes. We understand that. They had the votes in the stimulus package, in the budget, in the omnibus, in the SCHIP [children’s health insurance], all this legislation. And they have picked off, sometimes, two or three Republicans.

“But that’s not changing the climate in Washington. What that is, is exercising a significant majority. And so I respect their successes, but please don’t call it changing the climate in Washington.”

Sen. John McCain welcomed the delay in Senate action on a health care bill because it allows more time for debate, but he warned that “there are still these irreconcilable differences,” pointing to the cost and the public option.

“I have not seen a public option that in my view meets the test” that it wouldn’t lead to a government takeover of health care, he added.

McCain said that so far Republicans have been shut out of the process.

“Unfortunately there was no input by Republicans in writing the bill in the HELP Committee,” he said. “It was all a Democratic proposal. That’s not the way you want to begin if you’re really interested in a true bipartisan result. Maybe we can go back and all of us – and I’d be glad to play a role.”

He said those efforts have to involve “a true sit-down. Not ‘here’s the plan, how can we fix it so it satisfies enough of you and call it bipartisan.'”

In a wide-ranging interview, McCain criticized Obama’s lack of specifics on what he wants in a health care bill, saying, “he’s talked about the things that are wrong and need to be fixed,” but hasn’t laid out how he would fix them.

And he offered his take on both the Democratic and Republican parties.

He said the $787 billion stimulus package has been a “handicap” for Democrats as they try to accomplish health care reform.

“The passing of the stimulus package and the huge deficit associated with that, I think harmed their ability to reform health care,” McCain said.

Yet, while raising concerns about the deficit, he also said “it’s very clear that the stimulus has had some affect.”

The Republican senator also said his own party has lost a lot of its base because of its record on government spending, and that the GOP needs to make a strong effort to reach out to Hispanic voters and recruit Hispanics to run for office, or the party will be left behind.

“We have a lot of work to do there,” said McCain, who also expressed a willingness to work with Obama on immigration reform. “We have a very big deep hole that we’ve got to come out of.”

On Iran’s nuclear ambitions, McCain warned that the clock is ticking.

“We want to be very careful about our relationship with the Iranians,” he said. “Time is not on our side.” He noted that the Israelis are becoming “impatient,” and said, “the whole Middle East could be in a very serious crisis.”

McCain also weighed in on decision of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, his 2008 running mate, to resign in the middle of her term, saying “she will continue to be a force.”

“I think she will continue to play a major role in the future of the Republican Party,” McCain said. “And I have to respect the decision she made.”

But, McCain stopped short of saying he’d vote for her in a 2012 presidential race over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota.

“I don’t know if all of those are going to run,” he said.

McCain also said that “it appears” the U.S. will need to send more troops to Afghanistan.

KING: “We see that General [Stanley] McChrystal, the new commanding general in Afghanistan, is a little worried about corruption, about the Taliban. And there are indications that he will ask the president of the United States for more troops. Do you believe we need more troops in Afghanistan?”

McCAIN: “I also await General McChrystal’s opinion and our visit. But from everything I’ve seen, it looks like the Afghan Army has to be increased, and significantly. And that’s going to be a huge cost. And it appears as if we need more troops. But I’d continue to be guided — to a large degree — by the commanders on the ground and their view — not strictly dictated, but they’re the ones that really have the responsibility to a great extent. And General [David] Petraeus was right on Iraq and I think Gen. McCrystal will be correct on Afghanistan.”

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Posted: August 3, 2009 in Uncategorized

We live in a world of desperate and deadly times. Third world countries are slowly getting poorer, ethnic and political hatred in the third world are slowing consuming regions causeing genocides and abuses of power by evil dictators, and IslamoFascists are gathering to destroy every nation unless they follow their false fundamentalist based policies. In a period of chaos, it is known that confusions tend to occur. People wonder to themselves why such horrible things happen. They get so swallowed up by this question that they tend to lose faith in God and country. After this, there are to two different pathways they take to make sense of it all: the path of nihilism, or the path of a following another false ideology. The individuals who take the latter invent twisted ideologies and violently point the blame on others in order to find an answer. But there is one sick ideology that abandons morals and liberty all together. To this day, a dangerous force of horrible and immense power is sweeping the mind of U.S. Citizens and is growing by the day. Based on the destruction of individualism, and the growth of collectivism and groupthink, they wish to create a global centralized government, after the annihilation of the current, where a dictator provides for the people, unaware that people are able to provide for themselves. They claim that they are true revolutionaries and that are on a global mission to destroy the so-called “oppressers.” Which false revolutionaries i’m talking about? They are the anti-capitalist, leftest, anarchist,and communist revolutionaries. With stoned college students and the media among their army they are slowly growing in number, preaching to people that the U.S. is an evil nation bent on impirealism and that the U.S. government wants to destroy all minorities, and at the same time these leftist abominations use cencership and intimidation to silence all opposition.

My purpose in this debacle is to confront my opposite.

Why I believe the revolution is bullshit:

Well, where shall I start. I must confess, first, that I cannot answer truthfully since the factors are advanced beyond earthy comprehension and is along the lines of casual determinism, but I will try to respond with as much integrity. I suppose the real reason for my rejection of that anti-establishment, delusioned assembly and my formation of an array of like-minded individuals is the simple theory that all forces in the universe have an equal and opposite force. I sort of got bromidic with all these equally intellectual individuals abandoning common sense and moral integrity for such a strong-willed, yet, false ideology. But I cannot say the left is dead. Even an organism with the mental sophistication of an ant, can see that the far left is alive and well here and abroad. This ideology is very infectious and is very simple to acquire due to its tempting gaze. But the ironic thing is I used to be one of these willfully serving subjects of this controlling ideal, an ideal that masks itself with the promise of complete liberation, but its true intention is domination. I too believed that with enough knowledge and wisdom of myself and of others I can control my destiny and change the world. That nothing in this world can stop me from doing anything I wanted. Though along that path I encountered something that changed me, that knowledge and wisdom is not enough: man and the universe is imperfect, and that is why it is beautiful. There are some things in this world man cannot control. One of those things that man cannot control is himself, and that man is not truely free from himself and others until death. This encounter came after a striking meeting with the horrors of reality, and I saw the flaw of this ideology. It exploits the confusion of the mind and absorbs you and makes you think for you, and at the same time you completely forget that you can think for yourself.I have subjugated myself in a middle ground that I have lost hope in many HUMAN ideologies and I do the best I can to do what is right, whenever I get the chance. But do not get me wrong I have not given up hope in humanity, for they are capable in many great things. And, despite what some may believe, I never wanted to control or subjugate your to the same beliefs as mine for we both believe (or so I thought) that man is not meant to control others, only to wonder what our place is in this world and when the time comes to protect the innocent of this world and too make sure my neighbor doesn’t loose his will.