Political Correctness set to ‘Destroy America’

On February 16, 2012 by Admin

Headlines 2/16/2012

See, Damascus will no longer be a city but will become a heap of ruins – Isaiah 17:1

Morning Bell: Fighting to the Death in Syria

“Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy. That’s critical,” Biden said. “There  is not a single statement that the president has ever made in any of our policy  assertions that the Taliban is our enemy…”

Karzai: Talks With Taliban Have Begun

“Come,” they say, “Let us destroy them as a nation, that the name of Israel be remembered no more.” – Psalm 83:4

Thailand: Bombers Targeted Israelis

Attack on Israeli DM Thwarted, US Eyes Hezbollah

Israel-Iran tension sparks new concern in US

Netanyahu: International sanctions against Iran not working

Iran: Our satellite photographed Israel’s Dimona reactor, IDF bases

US gets Barak to backtrack and deny Iran has reached nuclear point of no-return

Prospects of war with Iran clouded

Is a Covert War against Iran Already Underway?

Barack Obama: “…I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” Audacity of Hope pg. 261

Obama wants to let UNESCO off the hook

Nancy Pelosi: “But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of controversy.”

Obamacare challenged as ‘forcible economic rape’

A time is (here) when anyone who kills you will think he is offering a service to God. They (currently) do such things because they have not known the Father or me (Jesus). I have told you this, so that when the time comes (like now) you will remember that I warned you. – John 16:2-4

Political correctness set to ‘destroy America’

Parents won’t quit fight over CAIR indoctrination

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One Response to “Political Correctness set to ‘Destroy America’”

  • Nasser: you wrote: It might not be popular, but Iran would be tetber off if it acted in a more humble manner and reevaluated their attitude toward America but particularly towards Israel. Stephen Kinzer spoke at the Commonwealth Club of California recently (listen ). At the very end, in answer to the last question, Kinzer spoke with some passion about the common interests and shared history that have bound Turkey, Israel, and Iran over millenia. (He mentioned somewhat more delicately that those three non-Arab states were also united in their disdain for Arabs.) Kinzer imagined or maybe I just imagined that Kinzer imagined that a cooperative relationship among Iran, Israel, and Turkey could lead to a dynamic era for the entire Middle East; a new Golden Age (my image). Regarding your statement, Nasser: states in such a relationship must consider the strengths and weaknesses of each the other; in my opinion, the last think Israel needs is to be puffed up by the humble attitude of another state; and based on Shireen Hunter’s comments, the last thing Iran needs is to humble itself. Rather, Iran needs to learn how to walk and talk with confidence that does not have sharp edges but is professional and humanistic: Davutoglu seems to be able to find the right voice. It’s my understanding that Iran does not have a professional ruling class: as I understand it, Iran’s leaders come from the madrassas and/or the military. When I was in Iran, we spent almost two hours talking with mullahs and students at a madrassa in Shiraz. We learned that the curriculum is rigorous: in addition to theological subjects, students are expected to master at least one other language, to study political science, economics, foreign cultures and histories; they are expected to spend part of their student career studying in another country; I assume these are Iran’s future leaders. (We were also told that Shiraz is among the more liberal cities, while Mashad is most strict.) Iranians do not seem to excel in self-promotion, or PR skills, a self-professed specialty of Israelis. Perhaps Israel could help Iran spank its brand. If Israel and Turkey could manage it, perhaps they could help Israel to stop believing its PR and also to stop feeling so inferior that they have to be braggarts and bullies I am convinced that bullies are fundamentally insecure people, woefully unsure of themselves; if Iran and Turkey could teach Israel that it’s alright to be just like everybody else, maybe Israel would not walk around with a chip on its shoulder, eager to fight. Can you imagine what a dynamic world that would be: Iran, Israel, and Turkey, mutually assured cooperation?

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