The chilling video below reveals the terrible malevolence hiding beneath the surface (and sometimes right in the open) of the Islamic radical students in the MSA.
Because David Horowitz’s Freedom Center is dedicated to raising awareness of the dangers of Islamo-Fascism and the oppression of women, gays and other minorities in Muslim countries, it has become a high priority target of the Muslim Brotherhood’s United States arms – CAIR, the Muslim American Society and the Muslim Students Association.
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Recently the Center posted a YouTube video documenting the genocidal attacks on Israel by the MSA. The MSA retaliated not by refuting the facts presented in the Freedom Center’s video, which would require distancing itself from Hamas terrorists and the lies of the Hamas propaganda campaign to demonize Israel as the occupier of a non-existent Palestinian land, but by filing a false complaint with YouTube claiming that the Center had infringed its copyright. The MSA demanded that YouTube remove the video. Fearing legal consequences, YouTube acquiesced.
The 20 second portion of the video which taken from the MSA website, which was the pretext for their complaint, was a promotional video of MSA students protesting against Israel. It thus falls under the “Fair Use” doctrine without which journalists would not be able to report and/or criticize any political propaganda. Since litigating Fair Use rights could run up legal costs in the tens of thousands of dollars, we took an initial path of least resistance. We removed the 20 seconds and re-submitted the video to YouTube. YouTube posted the new version. But the MSA immediately filed a second false complaint against the new version in which there was no MSA footage. Cautious again, YouTube responded by taking down the second version — even though the MSA segment had been removed. We appealed to YouTube, pointing out that we had removed the only portion of the film taken from the MSA website. YouTube has now restored our video. Please help to us spread its vital message that MSA wants to silence as widely as possible.
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Hat tip: Brian B.
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The Washington Times reported:
Sunday, May 15 is the 30th annual Peace Officers Memorial Service. Law enforcement from all over the country gathered in Washington for National Police Week to honor fallen comrades-in-arms. Too bad President Obama couldn’t be there.
Despite being invited to speak to the widows, children and friends of the 165 officers recognized this year as killed in the line of duty, he somehow didn’t think it was important to trek the two miles from the White House to the Capitol Building to participate.
He did manage to find time to speak at the memorial service, last year, (although the cynics among us might claim that after insulting the Cambridge Police Dept, it was out of political expediency.)
You would think that after insulting the police by hosting cop killer fan, Common, at the White House poetry slam last week, the same political considerations would be made, this year.
President Bush only missed one Peace Officers Memorial Service during his eight years in the White House. In 2008, he was in Jerusalem making his attendance impossible.
So what was so important, yesterday, that it took the place of honoring the men and women who had fallen in the line of duty?
It’s pretty darn ingenious, when you think about it.
The White House wants to force companies to report all of their political activity when applying for government contracts so they can “punish their enemies”, but the President is presenting this as a way to increase “transparency”, even though unions would be exempt from such disclosure.
The irony seemed to escape administration flack, Daniel Gordon, as he attempted to explain to Congress the need for this transparency, while invoking executive privilege to dodge questions from Congressmen.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee presents: White House: Transparency Behind Closed Doors?
“Does it strike you at all as being ironic to invoke confidentiality and not answering questions when we’re having a hearing about transparency?” – Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC)
“It does not, sir. I think there are discussions, even about transparency and developing rules about transparency that we need to be able to have quietly and behind closed doors.” – Hon. Daniel Gordon, Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President
video via Hot Air
Congressman Allen West was especially good in his grilling of the Obama bureauweenie:
video via Moonbattery
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