Monday, December 22, 2014

Jay Z: Useful Idiot Hall of Fame Inductee for 2014

Associated Press Reveals Agenda of the Year

Don Surber
The Associated Press selected "Police Killings of Blacks" as its top story of 2014, downplaying the historic sweep by Republicans of the elections (No. 4 story), and the de facto legalization of gay marriage by the courts (No. 9), and completely ignoring President Obama
Inflating the importance of two non-criminal homicides into the Story of the Year is another example of Associated Press reporters and editors pushing the liberal agenda rather than reporting the news.
The Associated Press was misleading in its summary of its "top story," writing:
POLICE KILLINGS: Some witnesses said 18-year-old Michael Brown had his hands up in surrender, others said he was making a charge. But there was no dispute he was unarmed and shot dead by a white police officer in Ferguson. In New York City, another unarmed black, Eric Garner, was killed after a white officer put him in a chokehold during an arrest for unauthorized cigarette sales. After grand juries opted not to indict the officers, protests erupted across the country, punctuated by chants of "Hands up, don't shoot" and "I can't breathe." In both cases, federal officials launched investigations.
But the allegation that Michael Brown surrendered is based solely on the testimony of his accomplice. Physical evidence from three autopsies show that contention to be false. A more accurate summary would have said that.
And the real story is the riots and looting in the aftermath of misrepresentations of the Michael Brown killing, events which culminated this weekend in the executions by a black Muslim of an Asian-American police officer and a Hispanic police officer in New York City in an act of vengeance. 
If we are going to make this the story of the year -- and it is not -- then we are obligated to focus on the actual story: 
The riots and lawlessness.
To be sure, I have my agenda and biases, but I do not pretend to be an objective news organization.

A Good Monday Morning

Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Cuban Delusion: Facts and Obama's Fancy Fallacy.

by Robert Janicki
President Obama has, for some reason only known to himself, decided that now is a good time to reevaluate America's embargo sanctions on Cuba as if he has a better perspective on these sanction then have all the preceding American presidents in the past 50 plus years.  It's as if lifting these sanctions will somehow mystically and magically bring the communist dictatorship in Cuba to see the error of its ways and open up Cuba to a new and democratic nation.  It won't happen and Raul Castro, operational Thug in Chief and speaking for Thug in Chief Emeritus, older brother Fidel, has said there is no way Cuba will discard communism as it political basis.
I agree with Raul and kind of think that 50 years of communism under the Brothers Castro speaks volumes as to whether Cuba will ever move toward a democratic form of government while a Castro or an acolyte is in power.  It's a dictatorship and dictators only relent when faced with death.  Any other economic deterrent or incentive Obama could imagine is simply a delusion.  You cannot make nice with a communist dictatorship, period and that's an historical fact.
But, won't economic trade with Cuba force the Castro dictatorship to open up its society?  Absolutely not and here is why.
Obama claims that American trade will open up Cuba.  What makes Obama believe that something is unique about American trade?  Cuba has been trading, albeit in a very limited means, with over 100 nations around the world and communist Cuba has not changed one iota.  What, exactly, does Obama believe that Cuba has to offer America in trade?  Other than sugar, I can't think of anything that Cuba has that America wants or needs and sugar is readily available on the world market, not to mention that Cuban cane sugar competes with American beet sugar, which will not endear Obama with American beet producers.
There are foreign investments in Cuba that have gone nowhere in 50 plus years of communist Cuba's existence.  What makes Obama believe American businesses will rush to invest in Cuba?
Here's the unspoken reality about trade with Cuba.  Every foreign trade venture in Cuba is run through and by the Cuban government.  Foreign dollars (US$) come in and support the Cuban government desperate for American dollars, since the Cuban peso is valueless or to the extent that the Cuban government sets a fictitious trading value of their peso.  Cuban workers are paid by the government in pesos.  Guess who keeps the US dollars brought in with foreign trade?  You guessed it, the brothers Castro, Cuba's first family of institutionalized criminality.  It's reported that there are around 8,000 political prisoners in Cuba and another 50,000 Cuban 'dissidents' toiling away in "reeducation" camps throughout the Cuban Caribbean paradise.
Every time Obama has tried to make nice with authoritarian dictatorships around the world, his policies have failed miserably.  There is no known reason to believe that a similar rapprochement with Cuba will be anything but another failure.  Saying it will be different for some reason will not make it so.  The economic facts are what they are and they tell us that on an economic basis it will be failure.  One only has to look at a similar situation with Vietnam, which has failed to open up any democratic trappings in their government and economy since trade was established with America. 
The only tangible result from Obama's actions to date has been to alienate the Cuban American population, which I suspect Obama has already written off as Republican supporters and thus of no concern or consequence in his political calculation to lift sanctions on Cuba.  Meanwhile, Obama tries by dint of his own personality and salesmanship to project an aura of action as an example of his hope and change delusion.  
We all know where that's gotten America.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Barack and Moochell Rekindle Romance on First Day of Hawaiian Vacation

Roach Clip Johnson - MFNS Hawaiian Leisure and Horticulture Reporter 

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(MFNS - Hawaii) - The President and First Lady were spotted taking a short walk near their private vacation residence after a late breakfast and before the President headed off for a day of golf with the Governor and members of the secret service.- RCJ

America's Appeaser in Chief:

"Obama is hardly the first president to seek rapprochement with our adversaries and reconciliation with our enemies. But his determination to make nice -- even in the face of clear and repeated rejection from the other side -- is unparalleled. For Obama and his team, diplomacy with rogue regimes is an end in itself, and any deal, however one-sided, is a win, especially one that the White House communications mavens think that friendly media will call a 'breakthrough' or 'historic.' 
"In that sense, Obama is America's first postmodern president. If his predecessors tended to see the world in terms of good and evil, Obama sees the world in terms of victims and victimizers -- with the United States often in the role of victimizer. In that view, long favored by the academic left that shaped a young Barack Obama, American foreign policy is one long train of abuses, marked by casual aggression and eager imperiousness." — Stephen F. Hayes, The Weekly Standard

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Kim Jong-un Tweets Boast of Cyber Attack

Normalizing Relations With Cuba

"In recent months, the outlook for the Castro regime in Cuba was growing steadily darker. The modest reforms it adopted in recent years to improve abysmal economic conditions had stalled, due to the regime'€™s refusal to allow Cubans greater freedoms. Worse, the accelerating economic collapse of Venezuela meant that the huge subsidies that have kept the Castros afloat for the past decade were in peril. A growing number of Cubans were demanding basic human rights, such as freedom of speech and assembly. ...
"Mr. Obama says normalizing relations will allow the United States to be more effective in promoting political change in Cuba. That is contrary to U.S. experience with Communist regimes such as Vietnam, where normalization has led to no improvements on human rights in two decades. ...
"The Vietnam outcome is what the Castros are counting on: a flood of U.S. tourists and business investment that will allow the regime to maintain its totalitarian system indefinitely. Mr. Obama may claim that he has dismantled a 50-year-old failed policy; what he has really done is give a 50-year-old failed regime a new lease on life." - The Editors, The Washington Post

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Ambassador Spicoli??


Noted Ass-Kisser of Socialist Dictators Under Consideration
for Cuban Ambassadorship

Ambassador Spicoli??
MFNS - Middle Finger News sources inside the State Dept. have learned actor and long time butt kisser of the western hemisphere's most notorious dictators, Sean Penn, is on a short list to be considered for a post as the first ambassador in over 50 years to the communist island paradise of Cuba. 

Penn, better known as Hugo Chavez's favorite Worm and Madonna's ex-husband than his acting, told MFN he was flattered but not surprised at the news considering all the time he spent sitting at the feet of the late great leader of the Venezuelan people's paradise. 

Second only to former President Jimmy Carter as premier Useful Idiot of socialist dictators, Penn believes the oppression by America of the Cuban people has already caused everyone who knows how to swim leave the island, and has denied Fidel Castro his place in the history of making a better world for all.  
"Like myself, Barack Obama knows America has much to learn from the vibrant Cuban people, such as how to provide world class health care, squashing right-wing rebellions, the many uses for bananas and how to play a baseball game that doesn't last six hours." 
"And why should the American people be denied the pleasure of a good cigar or unlimited access to the largest supply of 1957 Chevys in the world. Come on!"
Fidel Castro recently stepped down and replaced by his younger, sexier brother Raul. 
Comrade Fidel is now the most powerful socialist in the west not living in Malibu.

All it Will Cost Us is Another Piece of Our Soul…

"There’s always that super-powerful person who prefers to stay out of the spotlight…(and I don’t mean Valerie Jarrett, even though the resemblance may be striking)."

Sony Emails Show State Department Blessed Kim Jong-Un Assassination in ‘The Interview’

CEO Michael Lynton showed a rough cut of the movie to U.S. officials
before moving ahead.

by Nick Sorrentino

Propaganda comes in many forms. Hollywood has a long history of it. Just watch the war movies from the 40s, many of the sci-fi movies from the 50s, or Top Gun from the 80s to see that government and Tinsel Town tend to tango a lot. But for the State Department to give the OK (Why are they giving an OK?) to a movie about the assassination of a head of state is unusual. I think.

I say we all go on Netflix and watch Dr. Strangelove, have a cup of soothing green tea, and forget all about The Interview. My bet is that both Sony and the US Government would prefer that at this point too.
"Several emails that reveal at least two U.S. government officials screened a rough cut of the Kim Jong-Un assassination comedy The Interview in late June and gave the film—including a final scene that sees the dictator’s head explode—their blessing.
The claim that the State Department played an active role in the decision to include the film’s gruesome death scene is likely to cause fury in Pyongyang. Emails between the Sony Entertainment CEO and a security consultant even appear to suggest the U.S. government may support the notion that The Interview would be useful propaganda against the North Korean regime..."
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* Just more proof we are being ruled by idiots

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