There he vowed energetic measures against global warming (“the global threat of our time”). The 16-year pause of this warming was not predicted by, and is not explained by, the climate models for which, in his strange understanding of respect for science, he has forsworn skepticism.
Regarding another threat, he spoke an almost meaningless sentence that is an exquisite example of why his rhetoric cannot withstand close reading: “We may strike blows against terrorist networks, but if we ignore the instability and intolerance that fuels extremism, our own freedom will eventually be endangered.” So, “instability and intolerance” are to blame for terrorism? Instability where? Intolerance of what by whom “fuels” terrorists? Terrorism is a tactic of destabilization. Intolerance is, for terrorists, a virtue.
The “Leader” of the Free World…
Up to 10,000 boys at a time visit camp in the Gaza Strip
Explosions and burning tyres used to make mock warzone realistic
Believed purpose is to radicalise the terrorists of tomorrow.
Visitors to the camp, called Generation of Faith, are given AK47s that are bigger than some of the children holding them.
Wonder to which “faith” the little terror(ist)s belong…
Wilson’s record was an unmitigated disaster for race relations: a former Klan member who enjoyed telling racist jokes in public (to applause), he supported segregation to the hilt, including formally introducing segregation to the federal government. He appointed radically racist individuals to key positions, and his administration was one which allowed for the rise of exactly the kind of racist activity Harding and Coolidge had to confront. The Party Wilson left behind descended into a pit of racial crisis, with the “Klanbake” 1924 convention chock full of racist rhetoric, and even a cross burning.
Sounds strangely familiar…
Why do Blacks continue to support these guys…?
Real Clear Politics
She described Hamad’s advances as “aggressive.”
“He made references to my breasts, played with my hair when I was on the phone, and made sexual comments throughout the day,” she wrote. “This is why I only worked at ADC Michigan for five months.”
Tlaib said in an interview on Saturday that she decided to write the letter after seeing a photo on Facebook of Hamad with three female summer interns.
Tlaib claims that Hamad’s harassment consisted of aggressive groping, stroking of hair, rubbing his body against women, trying to kiss them, commenting in suggestive ways on women’s body parts, paddling women and pressuring women to sleep with him.
Here’s a shocking tidbit…
According to one website, Hamad came to the U.S. on a student visa and violated it and has been the subject of numerous FBI terror investigations.