[*] At the increasingly gleefully violent United Nations, Marc Lamont Hill made an appeal for the annihilating Israel from the face of the earth, and then made I guess what he thinks is a direct analogy with the violence following the Michael Brown fake news “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” story and what we are then supposed to believe (right?) about what must then be the Palestinian fake news struggle. The logic is that, even if it’s fake news, we are to run with the fake news for the sake of violence. This downplays actual conditions of innocent Palestinians suffering because of the terrorist thugs among them. That suffering is not fake news. Hamas and the rest are horrific. And, of course, Marc Lamont Hill also mocks Martin Luther King Jr. What do you expect?
CNN says that they fired Hill. Really? Was this all planned? Did they give him a bully pulpit and then make him a martyr to launch him forward in death mongering? Will they just do it again? This is what the radio station did in Rwanda in setting up a genocide in that country. Take a look at the documentary bits of Hotel Rwanda. The talking heads of the radio were convicted of crimes against humanity for their inflammatory words. Marc Lamont Hill should be put on trial for his words.
* This video montage was published more than a year after the Michael Brown incident.
The main stream media has been assisting terrorists by flooding the news with what they consider to be a viable rationalization for slaughtering innocent men, women, children, infants and sucklings at the breast, namely, that they deserve everything they get for praying to God who cannot, who will not save them from such a death.
Oh, and, by the way, last time I checked, those who assist terrorists by offering them encouragement and ideology by which they can rationalize mass murder are themselves terrorists.
So, how is it that the main stream media are not also declared to be likely terrorists by the FBI, just like antifa and BLM? After all, the MSM are giving would-be terrorist their marching orders and all the rationalizations to support them.
Isn’t there a United Nations convention on terrorism which has it that those who foment such mass murder are to be brought to court on charges? Yes. And, by the way, I’ve used that at the United Nations against idiots who were fomenting genocide in a certain country in which I resided.
All of a sudden America is no longer a puppet for Islam.
I love that. I could have written that speech.
Disclaimers: I’m a Catholic priest, and I’m also Jewish, you know, mom, grandma, great-grand-ma… enough for me to be a Knesset qualified Israeli. I’ve lived in Israel. Been there multiple times. I have friends there. Contacts. Dare I say המוסד has always been really good to me. I think Israel has a right to defend itself, has a right to security, has a right not to be obliterated by Iran or others. Moreover, “Salvation is from the Jews,” said Jesus. And Paul:
4 They are Israelites; theirs the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; 5 theirs the patriarchs, and from them, according to the flesh, is the Messiah. God who is over all be blessed forever. Amen.
Disclaimers: I also deplore unjust actions meant to antagonize, and I saw really a lot of that while living in Israel and spending really a lot of time all over the West Bank, far North to deep South, West to way to the fence on the East. I raised my voice about injustices to the consternation of many others. Economic slavery only brings frustration and anger and… revenge. There are a million little anecdotes that I heard from friends, but those add up to make a culture, a policy. Also, just to say, anecdotally, a Palestinian man saved me from getting shot by wild IDF gun-fire (spraying bullets just to do it, or perhaps a bit directed). Another saved me from abduction. Another very dramatically stopped me from getting killed. Ironically, it was while I was attending a university in the occupied West Bank that I noted just about half of the student body also wanted peace by way justice, so, I’m not alone in that. I would like to see it be easier for priests and nuns to renew their visas so as to work in the clinics and schools and orphanages that no one else takes care of. I condemn what comes down to a forced removal of Catholics from the West Bank to anywhere else in the world, as the former Patriarch had warned was happening in one of his pastoral letters.
Having said all that: Thank you, Nikki Haley. What you said had to be said. Utterly reasonable. Keep up the good work. I had to laugh out loud at your rambunctious and repeated statement: “US-UN”! Hah! That should be a new chant at all South Carolina sporting events along with “USA! USA!” Let’s shout: “US-UN! US-UN!” Hah! What a great day brightener.
Totally off topic (and I ask forgiveness in advance… I put these things up for a reason…). After my sacramental visits on my day off yesterday (some hundreds of miles), bringing Holy Communion, Anointing the sick, and other sacraments, I was able to get off a clip or two from the Glock. It’s been a while. This is really the first time that, instead of aiming so much, I was concentrating on the basics (as I’m a complete beginner), so that with now abandoned Israeli-carry, I was practicing drawing from the holster hot. This is what I did with the bottom corner of a moldy folder from the hermitage (which is still there I’m happy to say). That folder was the only target I had to use. I was aiming to the upper right side of that pattern, so I’m still a bit South and to the left. But still pretty good I thought for this activity.