Saturday, September 24, 2016

Mark Cuban Helped Produce a Movie that Jihadists Used in the Murder of U.S. Troops

Hillary Clinton has reportedly given Mark Cuban a front row seat for the upcoming presidential debate on Monday Sep. 26. Cuban is widely known as the owner of the Dallas Mavericks. But he also helped produce the 2007 movie, Redacted. Islamic jihadists later used parts of this film to help inspire another jihadist to murder two American troops.

The Telegraph reported in 2011 on how a jihadist murdered two U.S. troops after watching parts of the movie Redacted.

In an emotional confession to a Frankfurt court as his murder trial began on Wednesday, Arid Uka said he had become radicalised by online extremist propaganda before carrying out a lone gun attack US Air Force bus in March. . . . 
Uka blamed a video purporting to show American servicemen raping a young Muslim girl for prompting him to try and stop other US soldiers from getting to Afghanistan. 
“I thought what I saw in that video, these people would do in Afghanistan,” he told the court. 
But the rape footage, billed as an authentic video entitled “what was done to our sisters,” turned out to be a fake using footage scene from the 2007 anti-Iraq war film “Redacted,” directed by Hollywood’s Brian de Palma.

The Daily Caller also reported on the murders and provided information on the movie.

The movie — which also depicted U.S. soldiers as racist murderers — was released as U.S. forced [sic] stepped up their successful offensive against Al-Qaeda in Iraq, Saddam Hussein supporters and Iran-sponsored Shia groups in 2006 and 2007. 
The movie was widely praised in the movie industry and by left-of-center cultural groups. The movie and De Palma won awards at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, and it received a “Youth Jury Award” from the 2008 Amnesty International Film festival.

The article noted that Mark Cuban “helped finance the movie” and added that “[p]roducer credits went to Cuban and several of his colleagues.”

Cuban has since become a vocal opponent of Donald Trump and supporter of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Breitbart reported that Clinton has given Cuban a front row seat for the Monday debate.

This won’t be the first time Clinton will have a controversial guest at one of her public appearances.

On Aug. 8, Clinton gave Seddique Mateen a prominent seat on the stage behind her as she delivered a speech in Florida. Mateen is the father of Omar Mateen, an Islamic jihadist who murdered 49 people in Florida in June of this year. Police later killed Omar Mateen.

The Clinton campaign later disavowed Seddique Mateen following public pressure for it to do so.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Hillary Blames Trump’s ‘Rhetoric’ for Terrorism. Sen. Cotton Debunked this in 2015. [VIDEO]

As Hillary Clinton blames Donald Trump’s words for Islamic terrorism, it’s the perfect time to flash back to 2015 when Sen. Tom Cotton destroyed the widespread idea that “rhetoric” creates Islamic terrorism.

Pay particular attention to the confused look on Brian McKeon’s face (and the same look on the woman behind him) when Sen. Cotton first starts his line of questioning. And then watch for the moment when McKeon realizes what Sen. Cotton is doing.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Reports of 3 Explosions in U.S. on Saturday

Media are reporting three explosions in three separate U.S. cities on Sep. 17.

Information on what has actually happened undoubtedly will change in the coming days. But here are summaries of what media currently are saying occurred on Saturday.

An IED detonated “Saturday morning before a Marine Corps charity race,” in Seaside Park, N.J. according to the Asbury Park Press. The APP also reported that, “Police sources say there were as many as three inside the trash can,” even as “only one of them detonated.”

The New York Post reported that, “A dumpster blew up at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night in Chelsea, blowing out the lower windows of a 14-story residence for the blind.”

And WVIR NBC29 reported that, “The Charlottesville Fire Department is investigating an explosion on the Downtown Mall.”

Friday, September 16, 2016

Another Reason You Shouldn’t Trust NGO [VIDEO]

SCI published an assessment in June that showed why people should not trust nongovernmental organizations despite people’s tendency to do so. A new report from ABC News provides additional reasons for why people should view NGO with suspicion.

SCI published, “Human Rights Groups and Other NGO Are Not Your Friends,” on June 11. The assessment showed why people should not trust them to provide unbiased or even accurate information.

ABC News published, “Doctors Without Borders Refused to Help American ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller,” on Aug. 24, reporting on why the group would not help her.

Doctors Without Borders responded to the ABC News report. ABC News also included comments from a spokesman for the NGO in its televised report.

Read all the written material and watch the videos. Decide if Doctors Without Borders made the right decision.

But ultimately you should keep in mind that NGO have their own agendas. And keep in mind the original SCI assessment which also shows that NGO don’t always report accurate information. In short, there is no reason to trust NGO any more than you would trust anyone else.

The first video below is an excerpt of the ABC News report. It focuses on the Doctors Without Borders spokesman. The video below that is the full video report.

SCI Forecast that ‘Pitch’ Would Propagandize for Misandry

Pitch is a forthcoming TV series from Fox. The Security and Culture Intelligencer wrote in July how it will be a platform for promoting misandry. Recent comments from one of the makers of the show confirms that forecast.

SCI published, “‘Pitch’: Major League Baseball Works with Fox to Propagandize for Misandry,” on July 10. published a confirmation of that forecast on Sep. 12 with, “‘We’re Making the West Wing in Baseball’ – Fox to Air Show about First Female MLB Pitcher.”

The show’s creators emphasize that “Pitch” will be as much about social issues as about baseball. “We’re making ‘The West Wing’ in baseball here,” show runner Kevin Falls told the Hollywood Reporter. Falls previously worked on “The West Wing,” the Aaron Sorkin political drama.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

U.S. Intelligence Officials Are Trying to Undermine Trump

U.S. intelligence officials are actively trying to undermine Donald Trump’s bid for the presidency by using the media to spread unverified information about him. I mentioned this on Sep. 8 and now others are noticing it too.

Ken Dilanian of NBC News tweeted a link to a Sep. 8 article he wrote called, “What Really Happened at Donald Trump’s Intelligence Briefing.” The buried lead of the article is that currently serving U.S. intelligence officials are working to undermine Trump’s campaign for the White House.

Six current and former senior officials said they were aware of friction between retired Gen. Michael Flynn, one of the advisers Trump brought to the briefing, and the officials who conducted the briefing. Four sources with knowledge of the briefing — including two intelligence officials who spoke to people in the room — said Flynn repeatedly interrupted the briefers until New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie intervened.

I tweeted, “Are US intel pros leaking info to @NBCNews in order to undermine #Trump?” right after I read the article.

And a day later, Fred Fleitz brought up the same question in an article at National Review Online.

More important is a serious violation of the rules for presidential-candidate briefings that Hayden did not condemn: intelligence officers’ leaking to the press what went on in the briefing room. This came to light in a September 8 story quoting six current and former senior officials — two of whom were identified as current intelligence officials — who said there was friction during the briefing with Trump adviser General Michael Flynn, who repeatedly interrupted the briefers with pointed questions.

U.S. intelligence community leaders are among the most corrupt people in government. It’s not surprising they’re trying to influence the election. And while it’s good that others are picking up on what I noticed soon after NBC News published its article, few people will care and the corrupt practice and officials will continue.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Do More for Your Conquering Invaders, You Bigots

It isn’t enough that you peacefully watch as your leaders conquer you with alien invaders, you bigots. You should be helping them do so. And one way you’re failing to help is by not giving into every one of your conquerors’ education demands.

Fox News recently reported on how alien invaders in southcentral Pennsylvania are suing the School District of Lancaster for not giving them everything they want.

Local media have covered this as well.

PennLive has run multiple press releases for the invaders, including one last week. That press release reveals who is assisting the aliens and just how arrogant all involved are. . . .

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