It’s worth noting this image is not from anything to do with the Middle-East riots now (at least not that I know of), but I still liked it.
It’s no secret I am not a fan of new left wing sensation Sandra Fluke. I want to explain to you specifically why. It’s not because I’m a white Republican that wishes to control womens’ vaginas (I’m not). I’m fond of facts, so let me present them, so I can tell you why there is indeed a war on women despite her.
In the anti-Obama documentary 2016: Obama’s America, D’Nesh interviews President Barack Obama’s impovershed half-brother. It’s interesting to see the ideas of a man who grew up and lived in a universe apart from the most powerful man in the world, and staying that way.
There’s still a lot of people who doubt that schools and school systems don’t reflect some sort of bias towards and against political stances. Amy Lutz, a student and member of the SLU College Republicans, calls for St. Louis University to disavow its double standard against Pro-Israeli speakers.
Greg Gutfeld is known on Fox News as the diminutive quick witted host of Red Eye and a cohost of The Five. Each episode Gutfeld has a segment where he talks about something bugging him, and on September 14th he highlighted the cultural difference between our American western culture, and how Middle-Eastern Islamic culture respond to things that anger them. His solution is sarcastic, of course, but it also makes a point. Is outrage and violence the only language that’s understood? Would there be calls to listen to us and be understanding if America responded to Middle-Eastern beheadings the same way they respond to a video?
Nobody likes the anti-Islamic movie Innocence of Muslims. If you can even call it a movie. The current incarnation of it is a 15 minute trailer on Youtube that I’m pretty certain I could produce better.
Innocence of Muslims, in whatever form it exists, was released months ago. The idea that it actually is responsible for any of the mobbing and rioting is silly, since its quite clear that this was a protest organized on 9/11. Whoever started the protest needed something to rally the mobs with, and the threat of a movie that insults the Prophet Muhammed was all that was needed to anger the poor, uneducated Egyptian mobs that now demand its “banning”. A movie they have never seen, have no opportunity to ever see, and are rioting over only on hearsay. In fact, the reason for the protests is general anti-Americanism. Some random video just happens to be a convienent excuse to make them look justified. So they “demand” a banning of the movie.