Former Israeli ambassador to Egypt: Sisi ‘disappointed’ by US

Former Israeli Ambassador of Egypt, Zvi Mazel

Former Israeli Ambassador of Egypt, Zvi Mazel

Egyptian President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi is “disappointment with White House policies”, former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt Zvi Mazel wrote in an article yesterday.

In an article published in the Jerusalem Post, Mazel said that the eyes of the world were on Syria, and the US was looking at Iran’s nuclear deal, which makes Iran a real dominant power in the Middle East.

He noted that the great world powers are busy in their “narrow interests” and they are not looking at the “elephant inside the room”. He also noted that the US left the whole region under Iran’s mercy.

Mazel added that France has recently agreed to attack Daesh only in Syria, not in its strongholds in Iraq, while Iran is fastening its control over the region, Hezbollah’s power is increasing and Russia is sending weapons and planes to Syria thus undermining the stability in the region.

The former Israeli ambassador to Egypt and other European countries said that Al-Sisi could make his voice heard by world powers for a while and stressed on the importance of the comprehensive cooperation between the Arab states and the West in order to face terrorism in the region.

However, Mazel said that a strong Egypt is vital to the Western interests and that was the “covert” message of Al-Sisi.

Al-Sisi described his country’s relationship with the US as “improving, strategic and stable.” Mazel said that this is a diplomatic move to reflect his disappointment in the American policies regarding his country, noting to the delay in the US military aid to Egypt, which is badly needed to fight “Islamic terrorists” in Sinai.

Mazel also said that the military drills between Egypt and other Arab countries have not resumed as Egypt is still waiting for equipment and for its forces to be trained in guerrilla warfare.

Furthermore, Mazel claimed, the While House has strong connections with the Muslim Brotherhood, Al-Sisi’s main enemy.


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Blacks calling for white slavery no problem. White with a confederate flag? Quick, call 911

By Dr. Patrick Slattery

Recently I was in Washington D.C. for meetings when I chanced upon a couple of dozen blacks staging a demonstration a few blocks from the White House. They were holding a number of placards with (dare I say racist) Afro-centric messages. A few hours later on my return trip they were still there, so I took pictures.

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One of the placards featured a typically European-looking picture of Jesus, only with large horns. The placard reads (in English and Spanish) “This is the Devil. Jesus was a negro.” I was so pleased to be informed of this that I took a look at the next placard. Its fire and brimstone image was accompanied by the caption “Get ready for your future, white folks: Nuclear fire and eternal slavery.”

Well, I suppose each is entitled to his own theology. Still, it would be hard to imaging a group of whites demonstrating in public with a similarly inflammatory message aimed at blacks without it making the national media from CNN to the Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.

Realistically, I know that national attention for an undeniably anti-white racist demonstration like this is not very likely, but I thought I should at least check the local news. I checked The Washington Post, The Washington Times, and WTOP, Washington’s top news station.

I didn’t find any coverage of the demonstration, but my efforts were not entirely without reward. Apparently across the river in Arlington Virginia a white man with gray hair and “pride in his step” walked down the street carrying a confederate flag. Fortunately, a “concerned citizen” called 911.

Arlington, by the way, is the home of Robert E. Lee. It’s official seal features the mansion of General Lee. It’s main high school is named Washington Lee. In fact, the street the flag bearing man was waling on was Lee Highway. (See the WTOP article below. The Washington Times also covered it.)

To summarize: A demonstration of blacks calling for eternal slavery for whites — nothing to see here. A lone white man carrying a Confederate flag down Lee Highway — quick, call 911!


Man marching down Lee Highway with a Confederate flag (photo courtesy @WanyeVVest)

A man holding a Confederate flag was spotted marching down Lee Highway near East Falls Church this morning.

The above photo was taken near N. Sycamore Street around 8:00 a.m. A reader said the man was walking very deliberately down the street, with a Confederate flag that had the Gadsden flag’s “Don’t Tread On Me” snake in the middle.

“[He was] not yelling anything but [you] could tell he was walking with pride in his step,” said the reader.

At least one concerned resident called police to report the display, which is highly unusual for Arlington, but according to scanner traffic police determined that the man was exercising his First Amendment rights and not violating the law.

Photo courtesy @WanyeVVest

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Obama invites transgender, ‘gay’ bishop, pro-abortion nun to meet pope

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(Thomas Williams)  President Obama will apparently test just how far Pope Francis’ notorious tolerance will go by inviting a rogue’s gallery of people opposed to Catholic teaching to greet the pontiff at the White House during his visit next week.

In a stunning show of political indecorum, Obama has invited a series of individuals who publicly flout Catholic teaching, including a pro-abortion religious sister, a transgender woman and the first openly gay Episcopal bishop, along with at least two Catholic gay activists.

The White House was illuminated in gay pride colors on June 26, 2015, after the Supreme Court legalized gay same-sex marriage.

One of the invitees, retired Episcopal bishop Gene Robinson, made history by becoming the first openly gay episcopal bishop in 2003 and subsequently the first to divorce his gay partner in 2014, after having previously separated from his wife of 14 years. He has attended a number of religious events with the Obama administration, offering a prayer at President Obama’s inauguration in 2009 and taking part in the 2014 National Prayer Breakfast.

Mateo Williamson, a cross-dressing woman and former co-chairman of the Transgender Caucus for Dignity USA, has also received an invitation to the White House for Pope Francis’ visit. Williamson says that though she now thinks of herself as a man, she continues to be attracted to males. “Today I identify as a gay man and before that was difficult to understand because I thought that in order to be transgender, in order to be a transgender male that I had to be attracted to females but I never have throughout my entire life.”

Though Pope Francis has said that he doesn’t believe in judging persons and is ready to welcome anyone in Christ’s name, he has also said that Catholics do not accept the modern mentality of transgenderism and once said that gay marriage is the devil’s “attempt to destroy God’s plan.”

“The acceptance of our bodies as God’s gift,” Francis wrote in his encyclical letter on the environment, “is vital for welcoming and accepting the entire world as a gift from the Father and our common home, whereas thinking that we enjoy absolute power over our own bodies turns, often subtly, into thinking that we enjoy absolute power over creation.”

Earlier this month, the Vatican officially prohibited transgender persons from being baptismal godparents posing as the opposite sex from which they were born.

In its response, the Vatican Doctrinal Congregation said that “transsexual behavior publicly reveals an attitude contrary to the moral imperative of resolving the problem of one’s sexual identity according to the truth of one’s sexuality.”

Another White House invitee for the Pope’s visit, Sister Simone Campbell, is the pro-abortion executive director of the social justice lobby NETWORK. Campbell fought against the U.S. bishops when Obama’s Affordable Care Act was originally being debated, in an attempt to undermine their abortion and conscience concerns.

Sister Campbell will attend two events: the White House reception and Pope Francis’ address to Congress on Wednesday. Campbell famously helped organize the “Nuns on the Bus” a tour by Catholic religious women to protest the budget of then-Senator Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

An intermediary for several of the invitations to greet the Pope was Vivian Taylor, a 30-year-old male transvestite who acted as Executive Director of Integrity USA, a homosexual and transgender activist wing of the Episcopal Church, until last March.

“A few months ago I received an invitation from the White House to attend the reception for Pope Francis,” Taylor told CNS News. “I was told I could bring several friends with me,” adding that he is “glad we can bring some LGBT representation to the event.”

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USA to drown Russia in sea of fire for supporting Assad

US threatens to expand the international isolation of the Russian Federation for the support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. According to White House spokesman Josh Ernest, if Russia does not join the US-led international coalition that conducts a counter-terrorist operation in Iraq and Syria and will support Assad instead, the move with isolate Moscow from the international community even more.

Josh Ernest also accused the Syrian leader of the humanitarian tragedy, having obviously disregarded the humanitarian catastrophes that the United States has been causing in many countries of the world.

The Kremlin believes that interfering into internal affairs of Syria is unacceptable. As President Vladimir Putin believes, it is up to Syrians to determine their own future. Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said there is still no clear understanding of what could be an alternative to the incumbent legitimate government of Syria in ensuring security in the country.


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Obama to admit 100,000 refuges into US.

Wednesday at the White House, the most senior national security officials will discuss raising the limit on the number of refugees from around the world allowed to enter the United States — from 70,000 this year to 85,000 next year and 100,000 in fiscal 2017, three administration officials told me. If members of the National Security Council Principals Committee agree on the plan, it will be sent to President Obama’s desk, and administration sources say he is likely to quickly approve it.

The plan has the strong support of White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, whose priorities often differ on the Syria issue. McDonough is focused on the fight against ISIS. Power wants to confront Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, and do more to protect the civilians being killed by both.

The throngs of desperate migrants fleeing Syria and the images of children washing up on European shores have spurred the Obama administration into action, officials said.

The problem with the plan, no matter how quickly adopted, is how long it will take to have any effect. Migrants applying for refugee asylum in the United States now will not have their applications considered until at least 2017 because of a long backlog. And once an application begins to be considered, the asylum seekers can face a further 18 to 24 months before they are granted or denied asylum.

President Obama spoke about the refugee crisis Tuesday at the White House alongside the king of Spain. He said it was important for the U.S. to “take our share” of Syrian refugees and reinforced his pledge to allow 10,000 more into the country than previously planned in 2016.

“This is going to require cooperation with all the European countries and the United States and the international community in order to ensure that people are safe; that they are treated with shared humanity; and that we ultimately have to deal with the source of the problem, which is the ongoing crisis in Syria,” he said.

Last Friday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that the policy process was underway to determine what exactly the asylum caps would be. He also acknowledged that whatever was decided, there was little chance that refugees fleeing Syria today would be able to enter the U.S. any time soon. The U.S. has accepted only 1,500 Syrian refugees since the war began.

“It’s not clear to me that anybody would be able to make their way through this process before the end of the next fiscal year if they’re just applying today,” he said.

Last week, Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman convened a high-level meeting at the State Department to illicit other ideas for dealing with the mounting refugee crisis.

Human rights experts said that the United Nations has already referred over 16,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. for vetting, and the 10,000 increase would come almost exclusively from the backlog of Syrians who have already applied, not the people who are fleeing now.

“Becoming a U.S. refugee is not an immediate protection option,” said Sarah Margon, Washington director for Human Rights Watch. “These numbers are good, but they are woefully adequate, unbelievably late, and not a substitute for a policy that would ensure better protection for Syrians.”

Part of the problem, she said, is that the U.S. government has not addressed the growing refugee crisis for several years and is just now rushing to action. In its last budget request, the administration requested $2.45 billion for migration and refugee assistance — $600 million less than what Congress appropriated the year before. The $2.45 billion request is up from seeking $2.05 billion the year before. If Congress passes a continuing resolution, the funding would remain flat.

Officials say that there is resistance inside the government to taking in more refugees. The Department of Homeland Security and the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration are overstretched already and fear not having enough money and people to keep up with an asylum expansion.

The politics of increasing refugee caps, even marginally, are also a problem for the White House. Democrats are asking the administration to take in significantly higher numbers of refugees. Top Republican lawmakers and a slew of presidential candidates have said recently that taking in more Syrian refugees presents a national security risk.

“I take ISIS at its word when it said … we’ll use the refugee crisis to infiltrate the West. That concerns me,” said House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mike McCaul on ABC’s “This Week.” “We don’t have the systems in place on the ground in Syria to properly vet these individuals. We don’t know who they are.”

Not all Republicans are sounding the terrorism alarm. Senator Lindsey Graham, the top Republican on the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on state and foreign operations, told me he is working with Senator Patrick Leahy on an emergency appropriations package for addressing the Syrian refugee crisis.

“If this is not an emergency, I don’t know what would be. We should take our fair share,” Graham said. “We are the good guys and gals. We’re supposed to be open minded about this.”

The White House, Democrats and Republicans all seem to agree that the only real way to solve the refugee crisis is to solve the Syrian civil war, but there’s no political resolution in sight and the administration has no intention of pushing the military balance against the Assad regime. The Syrian refugee crisis is going to continue and get much worse before it gets better.

The concern is that the White House, after announcing this new plan, will not try to do more. By announcing a modest increase over the next two years, and pledging to vet applicants closely, the president may succeed at navigating the politics of asylum, but the Syrian refugee crisis will only grow.

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Democrats and Republicans are both in bed with Monsanto

(NaturalNews) In the 1990s, during the administration of President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore, agribusiness giant and GMO king Monsanto had good friends in the White House.

As noted in the September 2015 issue of Harper’s Magazine, the love shown to Monsanto by the Clinton Administration was consistent with the White House’s corporate-friendly approach to issues concerning the environment.

For example, the magazine noted, when the French government hesitated in permitting genetically modified corn into the country over concerns of consumer safety and threats to non-GMO crops, President Clinton, along with his Secretary of State, National Security Advisor and assorted U.S. senators, all took up Monsanto’s cause. Eventually, the French government agreed when Gore himself telephoned the French prime minister in a bid to lobby on Monsanto’s behalf.

Also, the magazine noted:

Washington’s revolving door whirled many Clinton Administration officials onto the Monsanto payroll, while the president’s committee of science and technology advisers included Virginia Weldon, the corporation’s senior vice president for public policy.

In those days, the magazine reported, glyphosate – the primary ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide – was the company’s primary moneymaker. And though it was opposed from the outset by a number of environmental organizations, the Clinton Administration doubled down on Monsanto.

This included Gore, of course, whose book, Earth in the Balance, published in 1992 – the year he and Clinton were first elected – seemed to position him as the new administration’s biggest environmental champion.

But it was not to be. Though Gore and, to a lesser extent, Clinton, continued to champion such causes on the surface, their legislative and executive efforts told a much different story, namely, that corporations like Monsanto, which kept up steady streams of “campaign contributions,” were where their allegiances really were.

This included the formation, in 1997, of the Biodiversity and Ecosystems Panel, which was established by Clinton’s circle of scientific advisors. The primary issue at the time of formation was the study of invasive species of weeds; the panel was chaired by a man named Peter Raven.

Raven, a botanist, was listed by the White House as director of the Missouri Botanical Garden, based in St. Louis and not far from the HQ of Monsanto. Under his directorship, the garden’s growth exploded, owed in large part to the beneficence of none other than Monsanto which, at the time, was in the process of a major PR campaign to change its reputation as a chemical company and maker of Agent Orange into a more eco-friendly entity.

Enter invasive species: Raven’s panel recommended aggressive action, and that got immediate traction within the Clinton Administration.

“The invasion of noxious weeds has created a level of destruction to America’s environment and economy that is matched only by the damage caused by floods, earthquakes, wildfire, hurricanes, and mudslides,” cried Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt when the report was released.

Within the year, Clinton signed Executive Order 13112, creating the National Invasive Species Council “to prevent the introduction of invasive species and provide for their control and to minimize the economic, ecological, and human health impacts that invasive species cause.”

One of the founding members of the council’s advisory committee was Nelroy E. Jackson, who just happened to be the product-development manager and weed scientist for Monsanto, and who had helped to develop Roundup formulations specifically for “habitat-restoration markets” — that is, for exterminating invasive species.

The incestuous relationship between the Democrats and Monsanto stretches into the Obama Administration as well, to include Hillary Clinton and other government officials, as noted by Blacklisted News.

But Republicans are just as compromised, the site notes.

That would include U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo, who introduced legislation in Congress to block all state-sponsored efforts to require GMO labeling of foods.

And, as you can see from the list of bill sponsors, both Democrats and Republicans support it.


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What Saudi King wants from Obama meeting

Washington — The first White House visit by a Middle Eastern leader since President Obama secured enough congressional support for the Iran nuclear deal will not be about looking backward, but about US reassurances and commitments going forward.

While Iran is indeed likely to dominate the conversation Friday between Mr. Obama and Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, the nuclear deal won’t be the crux of it, regional experts say.

The Saudi king will still be wanting to thwart a nuclear-armed Iran, which under the deal should be at least a decade away. But even more important, his aim will be to keep Iran’s regional ambitions and meddling in check.

The Saudis will also want to know that Obama does not see the Iran deal as the US ticket out of the Middle East, some say. At the same time, they don’t want to see relations between the United States and Iran get any too friendly.

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Obama Supports Kanye West’s 2020 Presidential Bid

Democrats are taking the prospect of a Kanye West presidential bid seriously.

West made his intention known during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Sunday.

The Associated Press reports from Air Force One the White House has announced it is anticipating the rapper’s bid for president.

Josh Earnest, Obama’s press secretary, said he looks “forward to seeing what slogan he chooses to embroider on his campaign hat.”

The Hill went so far as to suggest the candidacy of Donald Trump has opened the door for a West presidential bid.

“In the end, it’s not important what policy Kanye West ultimately decides to run with. What’s really important is that he’s loud, overexposed and boorish. The rest will sort itself out,” writes Eddie Zipperer.

West, who has posed as Jesus on the cover of Rolling Stone and has outraged Jewish groups with alleged antisemitic remarks, has had numerous run-ins with the police, including charges of felony vandalism during altercations with paparazzi.

Millions of politically ignorant Americans would undoubtedly vote for West and celebrate Kim Kardashian as First Lady.

The prospect of a West presidency and the support of Obama and Democrats for the “loud, overexposed and boorish” rapper demonstrates that politics in America has devolved into a carnival freak show and the presidency is no longer taken seriously.


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Obama Is Renaming the Tallest Mountain in North America — Here’s Why‏

President Barack Obama will change the name of North America’s tallest mountain peak from Mount McKinley to Denali, the White House said Sunday, bestowing the traditional Alaska Native name on the eve of a historic presidential visit to Alaska.


A general view of Mt. McKinley (top center) on May 12, 2014 in Denali National Park, Alaska. According to the National Park service, the summit elevation of Mt. McKinley is 20,320 feet above sea level, making it the highest mountain peak in North America.

By renaming the peak Denali, an Athabascan word meaning “the high one,” Obama is wading into a sensitive and decades-old conflict between residents of Alaska and Ohio. Alaskans have informally called the 20,320-foot mountain Denali for years, but the federal government recognizes its name invoking the 25th president, William McKinley, who was born in Ohio and assassinated early in his second term.

“With our own sense of reverence for this place, we are officially renaming the mountain Denali in recognition of the traditions of Alaska Natives and the strong support of the people of Alaska,” said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
The announcement came as Obama prepared to depart early Monday on a three-day visit to Alaska, becoming the first sitting president to travel north of the Arctic Circle. As part of his visit, Obama is attempting to show solidarity with Alaska Natives, and planned to hold a round-table session with a group of Alaska Natives just after arriving Monday in Anchorage.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who had pushed legislation for years to change the name, said Alaskans were “honored” to recognize the mountain as Denali — a change in tone for the Alaska Republican, who had spoken out against Obama’s energy policies in anticipation of his visit to her state.

“I’d like to thank the president for working with us to achieve this significant change to show honor, respect, and gratitude to the Athabascan people of Alaska,” Murkowski said in a video message recorded atop the mountain’s Ruth Glacier, with cloudy snow-capped peaks behind her.

The state of Alaska has had a standing request to change the name dating back to 1975, when the legislature passed a resolution and then-Gov. Jay Hammond made a request to the federal government. But those efforts and legislation in Congress have been stymied by members of Ohio’s congressional delegation.

It was unclear whether Ohio leaders or others would mount an effort to block the change. There was no immediate response to inquiries seeking comment from House Speaker John Boehner and other Ohio lawmakers.

The White House cited Jewell’s authority to change the name, and Jewell issued a secretarial order officially changing it to Denali. The Interior Department said the U.S. Board on Geographic Names had been deferring to Congress since 1977, and cited a 1947 law that allows the Interior Department to change names unilaterally when the board fails to act “within a reasonable time.” The board shares responsibility with the Interior Department for naming such landmarks.

The peak got its officially recognized name in 1898, when a prospector was exploring mountains in central Alaska, the White House said. Upon hearing the news that McKinley, a Republican, had received his party’s nomination to be president, the prospector named it after him and the name was formally recognized.

The White House noted that McKinley never visited Alaska, and said the site is significant culturally to Alaska Natives and central to the Athabascan creation story.


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