Yesterday morning I gave a speech at CPAC warning of the dangers posed by the infiltration of the conservative movement by the Muslim Brotherhood in the person of Suhail Khan and his sponsor Grover Norquist. Both Khan and Norquist are board members of the American Conservative Union, and both spoke at CPAC.
The Washington Post (WP) reports that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is “postponing talks” in Pakistan due to “political changes.” The New York Times indicates that Pakistani officials are being pressured by “right-wing religous groups.” The reality is that Islamists in Pakistan aren’t interested in warm and fuzzy “It Takes a Village,” “global family” diplomacy.
“Clerks” director Kevin Smith has lost 65 pounds after an embarrassing incident where he was deemed too heavy to fly last year… in an interview with Joy Behar on her “HLN” show last Tuesday, Smith… [said] the incident made him a more forceful advocate for overweight people, noting: “I feel mixed feelings about losing the weight. I sympathize far more with heavier people than I ever will with thin. I’ll never be thin.”
When The Guardian and Al Jazeera released “The Palestine Papers,” they chose to write articles about a very small percentage of them — and then they twisted what the papers actually said to advance their agenda.
In fact, the papers have a lot of information that is quite newsworthy that the Guardian decided against publicizing — precisely because it makes the Palestinian Arab leaders look like fools, liars or both.
Geert Wilders, a Dutch MP on trial for criticizing Islam, warns that “All over Europe, the lights are slowly going out” because “the ruling elites are defending an ideology that, for 14 centuries, has been trying to destroy us.” Clearly, given the circumstances of this case, the light he is referring to is the illumination of the mind through mankind’s coming to the knowledge truth through the use of reason.
In layman’s terms, we might ask, is Europe losing its collective mind?
The New York Times continues to operate in a delusional bubble. In an article last Friday about the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, entitled “Islamist Group Is Poised to Be a Power in Egypt, but Its Intentions Are Unclear,” the reporter Scott Shane actually compared the Muslim Brotherhood to today’s Catholic Church.