DENIAL AND DISINFORMATION AT OHIO STATE (SPECIAL GUEST: PAMELA GELLER)Rebel Media, December 2, 2016:When I travelled to Columbus, Ohio to cover the latest Islamist attack on American soil at Ohio State University, I truly believed content would be scarce.I foolishly assumed mainstream media outlets would be swarming the campus and I’d struggle to find an angle that was being missed.I was wrong.After arriving on US soil, less than 24 hours after ISIS soldier Abdul Artan committed his knife-and-car attack, there was not one satellite truck on the scene. There was no police tape, no flowers, no signs of a terrorist attack whatsoever.Once I began talking to students on the ground, it became clear:In their young minds, what had just happened what not “terrorism” and the attacker’s religion was of no consequence.Tonight, I tell you why I’m worried about Millennials who are obviously out of touch with reality. I show you how sharia compliance in government, academia, and the media has led to a state of brainwashing in which people cannot admit an Islamist terrorist attack took place, even in their own backyard.Then, freedom fighter and culture warrior Pamela Geller joins me to tell us why the West is immersed in a clash of civilizations and how the Regressive Left will be the reason for our demise.
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MEET OUR NEW SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, GENERAL JAMES MATTIS, “THE CLOSEST THING WE HAVE TO GENERAL GEORGE PATTON”
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Thursday evening, President-elect Donald J. Trump announced that he had chosen James N. Mattis, a hard-charging retired general who led a Marine division to Baghdad during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, to serve as his Secretary of Defense. Whew — Petraues is out of the war, thank goodness.Mr. Trump made the announcement at a rally in Cincinnati, calling General Mattis “the closest thing we have to Gen. George Patton.”General Mattis, 66, led the United States Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East and Southwest Asia, from 2010 to 2013. His tour there was cut short by the Obama administration, which believed he was too hawkish on Iran.But his insistence that Iran is the greatest threat to peace in the Middle East, as well as his acerbic criticism of the Obama administration’s initial efforts to combat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, made him an attractive choice for the incoming president. (NYT)Obama dismissed him. Right there is a ringing endorsement. Perhaps now the military will get back to the business of defending this country and throw off the nonsensical sensitivity training running the gamut of every left-wing victimhood narrative they could think of.Mattis, on the other hand, speaks plain and understands the enemy. At times, General Mattis’s salty language has gotten him into trouble. “You go into Afghanistan, you got guys that slap women around for five years because they didn’t wear a veil,” he said in 2005. “So it’s a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them.”But the retired general, a lifelong bachelor who has said that he does not own a television and has often been referred to as a “warrior monk,” is also famous for his extensive collection of books on military history. “Thanks to my reading, I have never been caught flat-footed by any situation,” he wrote a colleague in 2003. “It doesn’t give me all the answers, but it lights what is often a dark path ahead.”Continue reading the NYT here.______________________________________________________________________History.net: In 2013 General James N. Mattis retired after a 41-year Marine Corps career that included field commands in the Persian Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan. In the theater of combat the hard-charging general was known by the call sign “Chaos.” But it was his respect for history and studious commitment to training in strategy and tactics that earned him the moniker “Warrior Monk.” As head of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Mattis furthered the efforts of MCCDC’s Center for Lessons Learned and helped compile the U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual. He rose through the ranks to head up U.S. Joint Forces Command in 2007 and to replace General David Petraeus at the helm of U.S. Central Command in 2010, with responsibility for ongoing U.S. military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since retiring, Mattis, 64, has been a visiting fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and taught courses on various subjects at other colleges nationwide. He also plans to write a book about leadership. On Dec. 1, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump announced he has chosen Mattis to serve as his secretary of defense. The general recently spoke with Military History about the importance of educating warriors for the challenges of modern-day warfare.
How did the Marine Corps prepare you for warfare? The Corps made very clear that I was responsible for my own learning, and that it would guide me with a required reading list. We learned the Corps was as serious about that as it was about 3-mile runs and pull-ups. It set an institutional expectation with a moral tone to it: War is bloody enough without having to have amateurs send young men into a fight.Don’t superior firepower and combat training alone adequately prepare a warrior?We deal with a fundamentally unpredictable phenomenon called war, and the idea you’re going to solve this with just technology or training alone does not hold up in a study of history. Yes, the training is critical, that you have ingrained the muscle memory, so when you employ this force in close contact with the enemy, you have a vicious level of harmony built on brilliance in the basics. But you educate them for what we don’t know will happen. They’re like two rails of a railroad track. If you want to run your locomotive down a track, you need both rails.How did such training inform your decisions? It meant I was never really bewildered for very long by anything an adversary did. I remember in 2001 when the fleet commander [Vice Adm. Charles W. Moore Jr.] asked if I could get the Marines from the Mediterranean and the Pacific together and move against Kandahar, Afghanistan. I did my reconnaissance in a Navy antisubmarine plane with beautiful telescopes on board. I could see the fighting up north, a little bit going on further east. Out west there wasn’t much. And then down south at Kandahar, this big dark area—no one down there, not scouts, not even patrols. And I knew right away.…I didn’t care how brave their boys were. I didn’t care how many guns they had. I knew I was going to stick a knife in their back. Based on all that reading the Marine Corps had required at each rank, I could see exactly how to take this enemy down.What are the origins of the Center for Lessons Learned? It goes back to the interwar period, when the Marines were doing experiments with amphibious warfare and encapsulating lessons from fighting in their Small Wars Manual. Another key development came in World War II, in the midst of the Guadalcanal campaign, when Maj. Gen. Alexander Vandegrift realized his men were not fully prepared for jungle warfare and created schools to take lessons learned and teach the Marines. When I got to Quantico [Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia], the formal organization was already in place.What changes did you implement? We simply prioritized the center’s mission, incorporating lessons learned. We had to have product, to put out things that changed pre-deployment training, so we put out the Small Unit Leaders’ Guide to Counterinsurgency and the Counterinsurgency (or COIN) Field Manual, written by both the Army and the Marines. It changed the way we trained and codified what we were already doing in some cases.Who tops your reading list? Colin Gray from the University of Reading is the most near-faultless strategist alive. Then there’s Sir Hew Strachan from Oxford, and Williamson Murray, the American. Those three are probably the leading present-day military theorists. You’ve got to know Sun-tzu and Carl von Clausewitz, of course. The Army was always big on Clausewitz, the Prussian; the Navy on Alfred Thayer Mahan, the American; and the Air Force on Giulio Douhet, the Italian. But the Marine Corps has always been more Eastern-oriented. I am much more comfortable with Sun-tzu and his approach to warfare.How do you structure your personal reading? I tried to read very broadly during my early years in the Marine Corps. Then, under the guidance of various senior officers who coached us juniors, I turned to reading deeply about a few battles or a few campaigns, and that really helped. I studied the Geronimo campaign in detail, the Great Sioux War, went deeply into Waterloo and Gettysburg.Henry Kissinger once said that as you fill a kettle full of water, you fill your mind with knowledge, and then, when you’re on those high-tempo jobs, you pour it out. Then you get out of those jobs and refill it.And then pour out that knowledge to the next vessel in line? Well, yeah. We have an obligation to pass on the lessons we learned oftentimes at great, great cost. I would liken it to running the elevator down, opening the doors, bringing on board young guys, and carrying them up a couple of levels, sharing what we learned so they can go make their own mistakes, not the same ones we made.What lessons would you like to impart to warriors in training? That small groups of committed people can change things. That ethical, competent and admired leadership is badly needed nowadays. For young officers, certainly to gain trust and respect from their subordinates. But they also have to be able to gain the affection of their troops. Not popularity—affection. By doing that they’ll find people who have coequal commitment across all ranks. That’s what you see in forces that have shown spirit even when a lot of things went wrong.How would you answer critics who accuse you of espousing “old school” values? It takes a military with what could be considered old-fashioned values or quaint values to protect the country. There’s always going to be a bit of a tension, a dynamic that has to be understood by those responsible for leading a progressive America that does not want to be militarized yet needs certain military attributes for protection.
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EU MIGRANT FALLOUT: SLOVAKIA PASSES LAW TO BAN ISLAM FROM BEING REGISTERED AS A RELIGIONSLOVAKIA has passed a law which will effectively ban Islam from gaining official status as a religion, in the latest signs of a growing anti-Muslim sentiment across Europe.
By Rebecca Perring, Daily Express, Dec 1, 2016 (thanks to Christian):
The legislation hints at a dramatic changing attitude towards the religion in the past year across the continent, which has struggled to stem the escalating migrant crisis.The former communist state has fiercely resisted European Union (EU) efforts to cope with an influx of migrants travelling into Europe by turning its back on the bloc’s introduction of migrant quotas.But prime minister Robert Fico’s government has repeatedly said Islam has no place in Slovakia.Attitudes toward the religion appear to reflect fear of so-called Islamization.Robert Fico has fiercely resisted EU migrant quotas
Parliament adopted a bill sponsored by the Slovak National Party (SNS), which requires a religion to have at least 50,000 members, up from 20,000, to qualify for state subsidies and to run its own schools.The change will make it much harder to register Islam, which has just 2,000 supporters in Slovakia according to the latest census and no recognized mosques.The Islamic Foundation in Slovakia estimates the number at around 5,000.The SNS said the new law was meant to prevent speculative registrations of churches, such as the satirical Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which has amassed followers world wide.SNS chairman Andrej Danko said:“We must do everything we can so that no mosque is built in the future.”
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FIRST ISRAEL, NOW SWEDEN BURNING: STOCKHOLM IN FLAMES AS ARSON JIHAD EPIDEMIC RAGES IN “NO GO” ZONES
SWEDEN BURNING: STOCKHOLM IN FLAMES AS CAR FIRE EPIDEMIC RAGES IN ‘NO-GO’ ZONESHOCKING footage of cars burning out in Stockholm has emerged as the fire epidemic continues to spread uncontrolled throughout crisis-hit Sweden.
By Lizzie Stromme, The Express, Nov 30, 2016
The Scandinavian country has been plagued with arsonist thugs setting vehicles alight, with hundreds of cars burning out since 2015.In 2016 alone, more than 70 cars have been destroyed as police struggle to combat the increasing violence and criminal activity in the famously liberal country.The latest video shows three cars in Hallunda in southern Stockholm engulfed by flames as firefighters battle to put out the blaze.Overnight Sunday another car was also reported to be burning out in the crime hotbed, which was heavily hit by arson attacks in 2015.
Hallunda was one of the cities which was placed on Sweden’s National Criminal Investigation Service’s list over “no-go” zones due to the police force’s increased lack of control over anti-social behaviour.In February, Express.co.uk reported the Scandinavian country had seen a huge surge in crime since the start of the migrant crisis in Europe – with a rise in sex assaults, drug dealing and children carrying weapons.At the time around 50 areas were put on a “blacklist” which are then divided into three categories from “risk areas” to “seriously vulnerable” as it was announced Stockholm had over 20 no-go areas where over 75,000 people live.However, the figure was increased to 55 in September as the Swedish police force face a recruitment crisis, with on average three officers handing in their notice every day.REUTERS
Hallunda, with a population with just over 14,000, was one of the areas where it was claimed violence was flourishing due to high immigration, low employment rates and bad living conditions.In 2015 alone Sweden, with a population of 9.5 million, received over 160,000 asylum applications, resulting in the country closing its internal borders despite being a member of the Schengen Area, in a desperate attempt to halt the migrant influx.The report also said children aged 12 carry weapons for older criminals and 70 cars and buildings were set on fire in an arson spate last year.The southern city of Malmo suffered a surge of violence over the summer, as almost a 100 car fires ripped through the country’s third-largest city.The Scandinavian country has been plagued with arsonist thugs setting vehicles a blaze
In the Wake of Ohio University Jihad Attack, Amazon Rolls-Out ANTI-TRUMP, Pro-Migrant Ad
CNN, November 30, 2016:It’s not the beginning of a joke. It’s Amazon’s newest ad, and it serves up a healthy dose of anti-Trump messaging.In the ad, the priest and the imam are friends — and they’re not getting any younger. They share a hug, the imam leaves, and both take out their smartphones and tap on the Amazon app. Two days later, they receive the same package from each other: knee braces. The priest genuflects without pain. The imam kneels for prayer, and he feels just fine.If the commercial had come out last year, it would have been the usual heart-warming stuff, quickly forgotten.But the ad has already erupted on social media, even tweeted by Amazon’s Twitter-shy CEO, Jeff Bezos.Love this TV commercial for Amazon Prime. Very proud of our ad team. https://t.co/E8ceXs4nte— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) November 17, 2016Amazon’s ad offers a not-so-subtle counterargument to some of the angry anti-Muslim rhetoric espoused by President-elect Donald Trump and his supporters.As talk bubbles of Muslim registries and even a potential ban on Muslim immigrants, Amazon’s message offers a different approach: We are people first. We embrace the things that make us different, but we’re all very much the same. Muslims have arthritis, too.In a statement, Amazon spokeswoman Julie Law said the ad was not connected to any political movement.“This advertisement was produced and booked to appear on TV before the election result was known, so this certainly isn’t a reaction to that,” she said.Last December, he went on a Twitter tirade against Bezos. Trump argued that Bezos had bought The Washington Post in 2013 to persuade Washington politicians to keep Amazon’s taxes low and help the company avoid antitrust scrutiny. And Trump said that because he will be tough on Amazon as president, Bezos used the Post to publish nasty articles about Trump in an attempt to keep him out of the White House.“This is owned as a toy by Jeff Bezos who controls Amazon,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in May. “Amazon is getting away with murder tax-wise. He’s using The Washington Post for power so that the politicians in Washington don’t tax Amazon like they should be taxed.”