Hodjanernes Blog

14 juni 2012

USA i 2016 …

Filed under: Barack Hussein Obama, TrumfEs, USA/Canada — trumfes @ 22:54

Hvad er Obama’s drøm ? spørger Dinesh D’Souza i CPAC

Hvis man ved, hvad der driver Obama, kan man forudsige hans handlinger .

Baseret på en film, der snart kommer om USA i 2016, hvis Obama vinder i 2016.

Du kan evt skippe de første 1:50 min, så kommer du til foredraget- der er vel værd at høre og gyse over.

Omsider er de amerikanske jøder ved at indse at Obama ikke er noget godt valg

Filed under: Barack Hussein Obama, Europa, Israel, Politik, TrumfEs, USA/Canada — Tags: — trumfes @ 22:45

To nye målinger viser at de amerikanske jøder er ved at fravælge Hussein Obama

Gallup har offentliggjort en undersøgelse , der viser at Obama idag støttes af 64 % af registrerede jødiske vælgere.

Det er mange, men det er 10 % mindre end ved valget i 2008.

Det er en dobbelt så stor tilbagegang for Obama i forhold til tilbagegangen blandt alle amerikanere.

Og man skal betænke at amerikanske jøder hører til nogle af de meste trofaste demokratiske vælgere.

Den republikanske Milt Romney har nu 29% støtte blandt USAs jøder.

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Den anden måling stammer fra jøderne i New York og viser en voldsom 22 % tilbagegang.

Målingen er fortaget af Siena College og viser at Obama støttes af 51 % af de jødiske New York vælgere.
43 % er imod ham og 5 % ved ikke (jeg ved ikke noget om den sidste % 🙂 )

Den forrige måling viste støtte til Obama fra 62 % , mens 32 % var imod.

Det vil altså sige at 11% af dem, der før støttede Obama, nu er imod og at 11% af tidligere ved-ikke nu har valgt Obama fra.

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Det er altså omsider ved at gå op for de amerikanske jøder at Obama er en distanceblænder.

Måske har de set denne video om hans politik overfor Israel:

Eller også skyldes det måske hans mishandling af den amerikanske økonomi.

Her er en god video med Bill Whittle om EU’s økonomi.
Amerikanerne frygter i stigende omfang at der er den vej, Obama fører USA:

“En verden uden Islam ville være en fredlig verden”

Filed under: Islam, TrumfEs — Tags: — trumfes @ 22:23

Det siger Sergej Trifkovic og argumenterer i videoen ved at nævne nogle af konflikterne , Islam er en del af

Måske lagde du mærke til at han slet ikke nævnte konflikten mellem Israel og araberne ?

Nogle tror at bare denne konflikt løses, vil der herske fred i verden.
De ville have godt af at se den video 🙂

Læs mere på snaphanen, hvorfra jeg har taget videoen

Falklandsøerne 1982

Filed under: Falklandsøerne, Historie, UK — Hodja @ 21:11

Argentinerne overgav sig den 14. juni 1982 efter at have okkuperet øerne siden 1. april 1982.

Ordbog: Mangfoldighed (diversity)

Filed under: Citater, Ordbog — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 20:07

Thomas Sowell om mangfoldighed:

Næste gang nogle akademikere fortæller dig, hvor vigtig mangfoldighed er, så spørg dem, hvor mange republikanere, der er på deres sociologi institut.

Folk, der er enige med godmenneskene, er del i mangfoldigheden. Og alt, hvad der er godt, går ind for mangfoldighed, og alt, hvad der er ondt, mangler mangfoldighed.  Dybere set handler det om magt. Ordet giver godmenneskene permanent licens til at afgøre, hvad der er godt og hvad der er ondt.

Jonah Goldberg; The Tyranny of Clichés. Sentinel 2012.

Du kan selv erstatte ‘republikaner’ med DF’ere etc.

Mere ordbog her.

Norske medier er tavse om groft tilfælde af anti-semitisme i norsk skole

Norwegian student in Oslo burns Jewish pupil

Norwegian places red-hot coin on student’s neck; NGO: Silence of school, police, gov’t reminiscent of Nazi-collaborating Norway.

BERLIN – A schoolboy burned a Jewish student with a red-hot coin at an Oslo secondary school on Monday, triggering the Simon Wiesenthal Center to issue a strongly worded letter to Norwegian Justice and Police Minister Grete Faremo.

“This child has been the subject of anti-Semitic bullying and violence for the past two years, reportedly, because his father is Israeli,” the letter said.

“Despite the mother’s report of assaults on her son to NRK radio evening news in 2010, there has been no reaction by the school, the police or governmental authorities.”

Dr. Shimon Samuels, head of the Wiesenthal Center’s division of international affairs, noted: “The boy has stated that he must stay clear of Norwegian and Muslim children and hide his parentage to avoid continued anti-Semitic attacks.

“These young school hatemongers point to a new generation of Breivik-style racists for Norway’s future. You have a responsibility to protect every threatened child and, especially, this victim targeted simply for being Jewish,” Samuels added, referencing Anders Breivik’s Oslo massacre in July 2011, which was motivated by his far-right ideology.

“The Norway, Israel and the Jews” website, which monitors Norwegian anti-Semitism and hate directed at Israel, appears to have first reported on the attack. The article’s headline read: “Anti-semitism in Norwegian schools – now they are fire-branding Jewish kids.”

According to “Norway, Israel and the Jews,” the “Med Israel for Fred” website “has gained access to a private cellphone image showing the result of the attack, which took place at a school barbecue for the senior class this Monday. The 16-yearold boy was enjoying his grilled chicken when a red-hot coin was placed on his neck by a fellow student, an ethnic Norwegian.

The coin made a very visible burn on the boy’s neck.”

Vebjørn Dysvik, the chargé d’affaires at Norway’s Embassy in Tel Aviv, wrote in an email on Wednesday to The Jerusalem Post,

“The embassy does not presently have any more information about the specific case other than what has been reported on a Norwegian blog.

At a general level, I would like to underline that the Norwegian government has a zerotolerance policy when it comes to bullying in schools. This has been an important objective for successive Norwegian governments.”

Dysvik continued, “The letter from the Simon Wiesenthal Center will be replied to by the Ministry of Justice in due time.

I would nevertheless like to highlight that the quotes I have seen from the letter contain several extreme statements that lack any foundation in reality. We take exception to the attempt of painting a picture of Norway and Norwegian society as being anti-Semitic.

This is a gross distortion of facts for which the center must bear responsibility.”

“Recent studies show that that the prevalence of anti- Semitic notions in Norway is low, and on par with countries such as Sweden, Denmark, Great Britain and the Netherlands,” he said, conceding, “Nevertheless, anti-Semitism is a big problem for those who feel its effects.”

According to European reports, Norway’s school system has permitted the fomenting of an increasingly hostile climate for Jewish students.

The Austrian paper Die Presse wrote in 2010 that “statements sharply critical of Israel” by Kristin Halvorsen, education minister of the Norwegian Socialist Left Party, have been “legitimizing attacks” against Jews.

Critics say Jewish students have been subject to assaults in Norway’s schools, and teachers have looked the other way.

The Wiesenthal Center said that “the silence of the school, the police and your government is too reminiscent of another Norway, under the World War II Nazi collaborator [Vidkun] Quisling.”

The center referenced the Norwegian politician who in 1940, with the German invasion of Norway in progress, seized power in a Nazi-backed coup d’etat. Quisling went on to serve as minister-president from 1942 to 1945.

“Our center urges your immediate investigation of this case and protective and judicial action, as continued silence is tantamount to complicity,” Samuels wrote in the letter.

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, a leading Israeli expert on anti- Semitism in northern Europe, wrote in an email to the Post,

“The issue with Norway is not that they are more or less anti- Semitic than others. The issue is that their elites are pioneers in promoting Israel-hatred and that according to the European definition of anti-Semitism, [this includes] several members of their government.”

Er det en tilfældighed, at de norske aviser har travlt med at fortælle om, hvordan fattigdommen breder sig i Gaza-striben?

Bruce Bawer skriver om sagen: Jew-Hatred in Norway

Den finske Vinterkrig er overstået for længe siden

Nu fører finnerne, det tidligere så frihedselskende folk,  til gengæld krig mod ytringsfriheden året rundt.

Finland’s Supreme Court has found a prominent politician guilty of defaming Islam for “Islamophobic” comments he made on his personal blog.

The ruling represents a major setback for free speech in a Europe that is becoming increasingly stifled by politically correct restrictions on free speech, particularly on issues related to Islam and Muslim immigration.

The Helsinki-based Supreme Court ruled on June 8 that Finns Party MP Jussi Kristian Halla-aho was guilty of “inciting hatred against an ethnic group” for blog posts he made in 2008 which compared Islam to paedophilia, and for sarcastic comments which insinuated that immigrants from Somalia are predisposed to stealing and living off welfare.

In its ruling, the court said that hate speech does not fall under the protections afforded by the freedom of speech, even though Halla-aho said his comments were a protest against public policy and not against Islam and Mohammed per se.

Følg med på Tundra Tabloids

Bangladesh afviser muslimske bådflygtninge fra Myanmar

Barack Hussein Obama: En udokumenteret præsident