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  • ross1948 12:16 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: get them OUT, , House of Representatives, military amendment, primary challenge, , , Vicki Harzler   

    RINO Worms In Big Apple Endorse Genital Mutilation 


            Gambar terkait                                                                                                                                     Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.)

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    A well-deserved word of praise for Vicki Harzler!

    While other Republicans ran and hid, she stood in the fire, fiercely determined to stop what Barack Obama started: the decimation of the world’s greatest fighting force.    

    It’s a good article, which you can read in full here – http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=WA17G23&f=WU17G09  –  – all about this fine lady’s amendment to stop wasting tax-payers’ money on genital mutilation, or, as the LGBT lobby likes to call it, gender transition surgeries.

    So what’s to be done about the two dozen turn-coats who allied with the Media-Democrat Party to thwart her move?

    It’s not an issue unique to America so no apologies for taking sides.

    The strategy must be up to my good blog-readers in the USA, but I know some of you are thinking along the lines below.

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    Here are the names of renegade ‘Republicans’ from just one state (New York) who were among their RINO comrades in voting down Vicky Hartzler’s amendment.

    John Katko, R-Camillus, and Claudia Tenney, R-New Hartford, who represent Central New York, were joined by Upstate Republicans Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro; Tom Reed, R-Corning; and John Faso, R-Kinderhook, in opposing the GOP amendment.

    It’s to be hoped that decent people there will mount primary challenges to get them out of Congress.

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    If they survive the primaries, conservative independents in New York, and in other states, ought to stand against such liberal collaborationists next time round, to ensure their defeat.

     

     

     
    • Leo Cozijn 12:38 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      *Why don’t you “educate” scientists like Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Lawrence Krauss, A.C. Grayling, etc. on this subject? Or do you already (rightfully) suspect you will be laughed out of the room for your backwardness?*

      • ross1948 12:27 am on July 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Aaah, Poor Leo, still lauding the perverts!

        Nothing backward about my views, but if you think yours are smarter, let every country give the people a vote!

        • Leo Cozijn 8:32 pm on July 18, 2017 Permalink

          Perhaps you ought to respond to or at least try acknowledge what I wrote, rather than trying to evade and change the subject. Obviously you know better than challenging mentioned scentists with your backward outdated ideas.

        • ross1948 2:23 pm on July 19, 2017 Permalink

          Good day, Comrade Leo.
          I always respond to you, since you enjoy the position of token pinko on our blog comment roll. I had in fact been revelling in debate with a local pinko pal just before I responded to your angry jibe.
          I am certainly not going to research all the sources you offered to justify trans-freak privilege.
          My response was very reasonable, viz., if there are two irreconcilable opinions on an issue, let it be put to the test of democratic sanction.
          You should not fear this solution. In eccentric Eire, your side won the referendum on ‘gay’ (sad) ‘marriage.’.
          In Slovenia you lost.
          The congressmen and women who subverted that legislation must answer to their constituents.
          That’s fair.

    • Ben Baniek 12:55 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      There you go. NY is a problem city, and looks like upstate New York is getting as bad.
      Why do my taxes have to be spent on freakos? I wont be the only American saying that, New Yorkers too
      I bet these congressmen will have a hard time next election.

    • Les Jaimes 1:25 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That’s a clever way of putting across your message.
      Everyone hates FGM so lets use your words TGM – for Transgender Genital Mutilation – to describe what we are gonna be made to pay for thru our taxes.
      I am checking to see if any of those other RINOS came from my state and I hope we can get those bums out in 2018.

    • Mort 3:02 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You have a way with words, Ross and this treatise on genital mutilation has the ideal title, length, depth and effect.
      So far as I know, there are moves afoot to defeat four of these people already. The honest thing for them to do is run as Democrats. I would at least have a little more respect for them.
      Liberals have no place in the GOP.

  • ross1948 8:31 pm on November 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , House of Representatives, , , , ,   

    Solidarity With REAL Refugees – Some Musings From Jakarta! 


    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – President Joko Widodo reaffirmed on Saturday that Indonesia`s constitution honors and guarantees the values of diversity and pluralism.

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    jokowi

    “Our constitutional system honors and guarantees diversity and pluralism and it is our task to preserve these,” he said before thousands of people at a prayer event.  http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2016/11/12/055819793/Pluralism-Guaranteed-by-Constitution-says-Jokowi

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    The Ahmadi religious minority here are blameless, but have long been subjected to violent assault, arson and even murder, three of them martyred by evil sectarians, in Cikeusik five years ago.

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    \ahmadiyah2 Ahmadiyah-Dianiaya-di-Cikeusik

    Scenes from Cikeusik

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 

    Only last month an Ahmadi leader, Mirajuddin Sahid, has reminded us, speaking in Jogjakarta, that “up to the present time the government has not been serious about protecting Ahmadis.”

    The Jakarta Post quotes him as saying that the ‘worst’ example of religious persecution was the fate of the 119 Ahmadi families in West Nusa Tenggara who years ago had been evicted from their homes.  

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/10/31/ahmadiyah-leaders-demand-government-protection.html

    These completely inoffensive Ahmadis have been treated abominably.

    Unlike many so-called ‘refugees’ in Europe, these people are genuine. And what’s most shocking of all is that they are ‘refugees’ IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY! 

    Readers who have followed the story will recall they were driven out of their island home after ferocious attacks by Islamist brutes….

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    ahmadis transito 
    Savages – or, as UK’s Amber Rudd might say – ‘unaccompanied minors’  – in Lombok destroy Ahmadi homes -100 cops just watched

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    …mob rule unhindered by about one hundred police who could easily have subdued the rabble but declined to do so.

    The victims ended up in a shelter in Mataram, the Wisma Transito building –


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    In Squalid Internal Exile, Lombok Ahmadis Denied Voting Rights 

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    And they’re still there!

    Take a look at those children in the photo – and please note, unlike the strapping men of military age being sneaked into Britain by Rudd’s rogue Home Office flunkeys, those kids in Mataram ARE, (or at least were, when the pic was taken) ACTUALLY kids – the picture was taken at least five years ago. They WILL be adults soon, a lot of them – some of them must be already!

    Their parents were denied basic rights, even, as in our previous post, above, the right to vote. Have those young folks fared any better since that poignant picture was taken?

    What a way to treat people, adults or children, simply because of how they worship God Almighty.

    Brits please note, the evil that pursues them now reaches all the way to the UK!

    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2016/08/09/sectarian-pig-gets-less-than-life-at-least-arrest-its-fans/

    The Ahmadi leader, Mirajuddin Sahid, rightly condemns this situation.

    “They have been staying there for the last 10 years and the government still does nothing about it!”

    Where are the hundred thousand marchers protesting in Jakarta’s streets about this outrageous situation? 

    Those Islamist fanatics aimed to bend the Indonesian justice system to their will, and today Jakarta’s Christian Governor has been named a suspect for ‘blasphemy’ by the police.

    We haven’t forgotten how the ‘blasphemy’ law has been used by Islamist bigots elsewhere in Indonesia to persecute dissenters. Think of Tajul Muluk, the harmless Shia cleric, convicted for practising his own faith in East Java.

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    tajulTajul, one of Indonesia’s prisoners of conscience https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/indonesia-shariah-fanatics-howl-for-blood/

    Which century is Indonesia living in, the 21st…

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    witch_bgstart

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    …or the 12th?

    • What is the Indonesian justice system doing for the Ahmadi refugees?

     

    Ahmadiyah burned Koran in Cisalada

    Ahmadi Koran burned by Islamists in Cisalada, 2011

    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/west-java-islamists-again-attack-ahmadis-blame-foreign-journos/

    • Oh, and I see Fadli Zon was quick to describe the police decision to name Ahok a ‘blasphemy’ suspect as a ‘relief.’

    To whom?


    Hasil gambar untuk fadli zon trump candidate

    Fadli Zon, with a friend he found in the USA

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    We covered Fadli’s declaration of ‘open house’ at the Indonesian Parliament buildings a week or so ago. The Deputy Speaker was eager to offer accommodation to Islamist extremists who’d come into Jakarta for the fanatic demo which ended in shocking violence that awful Friday night.

    Will Fadli Open ‘The People’s House” To Jakarta’s Homeless? 

    We asked if he would be equally hospitable to people who genuinely need somewhere to sleep, like Jakarta’s homeless.

    I didn’t expect a response, nor did I get one.

    But now I am reminded of an even more pressing case that ought to stir Fadli’s charitable instincts, namely, those Ahmadi refugees.

    Fadli Zon justified his offer to let intolerant extremists sleep over in the House of Representatives by saying it’s the ‘house of the people.’

    The Ahmadi refugees in Transito are just as much the people as those jihadists. They are undoubtedly better citizens, who believe in the pluralism of which President Jokowi has been boasting. 

    Will Fadli summon them  to Jakarta, to find more comfortable lodgings than the miserable shelter they’ve endured for years and years?

    PS Don’t hold yer breath!

     
  • ross1948 10:57 am on November 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , free accommodation, House Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, , , ,   

    Will Fadli Open ‘The People’s House” To Jakarta’s Homeless? 


    That was a most generous offer from Indonesia’s Fadli Zon, Deputy House Speaker, to the hordes of Islamist fanatics whose short “Long March” yesterday, billed as an Aksi Damai ( ‘Peace Action!)  ended in tear gas, with a mob of sectarian thugs attacking the police.

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    • HMI Sebut Massa AKBAR Yang Picu Kerusuhan di Monas
    • These ‘protestors’ were pampered with freebies all day long – 
    • The massive rally organized by Muslim organizations against Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja “Ahok” Purnama has seen a seemingly endless flow of free food and drinks to keep protesters happy.
    • http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/11/04/free-food-drinks-keep-protesters-happy.htmlThe Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) drove in trucks filled with bags of food.
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    • One assumes the violent ( albeit well-fed) rabble we saw last night will, by their lawlessness, have excluded themselves from Fadli’s gracious invitation, issued earlier on Friday…
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    • gobackyouarenotwelcome
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    • …when he claimed there’d be no objection if the protesters wanted to stay at the Parliament House… according to him, the House is home to the people, including demonstrators.
    • http://politik.news.viva.co.id/news/read/843574-fadli-zon-silakan-demonstran-menginap-di-dpr
    • If that’s the case, that the House is ‘home to the people’ as Fadli asserts, what about all those people, the really needy people, sleeping under bridges or on those very streets?

    Will Fadli throw open the gates of the opulent parliamentary complex in Senayan to people like those in these photographs?

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    Doesn’t the the plight of the poor weigh heavier on this politicians’s conscience than the accommodation exigencies of Islamist extremists? 

    But skip that question, ask another – should we at least  enquire if Fadli’s offer of grace and favour lodgings extends to every demonstrator in every protest that takes place in Jakarta, or just to jihadist extremists?

    There are so many that there’d be no room for the legislators – and wouldn’t that break a lot of hearts across Indonesia? 

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    • Or are we being too harsh?
    • Fadli seems to be a friendly fellow.
    • In fact I was surprised that somebody with a soft spot for fanatical Islamists got on so well with The Donald!
    • Yes, it was Fadli Zon who caused no little controversy last year when photographed with the man who is (fingers crossed!)  just a few days away from entering the White House.
    • A man Fadli was delighted to meet! 
    • Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta…
  • Okay, have a nice – and peaceful – day. 
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    • Dharmawati 4:10 pm on November 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hehehe. Ross you are so funny.
      What politicians here will care about the poor people.
      Always most of them only give helping hand to the people they like, not the people of Indonesia.

    • falla 3:43 am on November 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Of course his offer not extends to every demonstrator, because every demonstrator is not hate against Ahok. Fadli should put them in his own private personal house. or houses if he has many?

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