“President Obama sometimes seems to have an indifference to historical truth that often borders on antagonism.…
Historically, Muslim forces began invading Syria in 634, and ended by conquering Constantinople in 1453.
They invaded not only all of Turkey – obliterating the great Christian empire of Byzantium – but then went on to conquer all of North Africa, Greece, Southern Spain, parts of Portugal, and eastern Europe, including Hungary, Serbia and the Balkans…
The US and the UN – both the Security Council and UNESCO – are not who determine what is historically true and what is not. These shameful votes should be reversed immediately; if not, all funding should be withdrawn from the United Nations, by United States and all freedom-loving democracies” — Maria Polizoidou
U.N. run schools are instructing young Arab children in combat, preparing them, not to become doctors, scientists and engineers, but terrorists — willing human sacrifices in a genocidal campaign – a Nazi campaign- they have been indoctrinated to adopt as their own.
They are the Arab Hitlerjugend.
What is the real history of Palestine? Who are the indigenous people of this long disputed land? Few seem interested in the truth. Continue reading
When it comes to defining who is a “Palestinian Refugee”, the U.S. Department of State has been clear and unwavering in it’s policy: Ignore the law. For the Arab “Palestinians” alone, the United States government allows for a privileged designation it denies virtually all other refugee populations – a designation so permissive it guarantees that the number of individuals identified as “Palestinian Refugees” cannot but grow at a … Continue reading
Qatar has admitted to arresting two British nationals of Nepalese extraction as they were trying to escape the country. The two human rights workers came under suspicion by Qatari authorities for investigating Qatar’s rampant abuse of the foreign workers. Qatar has been accused of enslaving many of the 1.4 million workers it has brought in to erect the massive structures it needs to host the 2022 World Cup. Already … Continue reading
Qatar is enslaving thousands of foreign workers to build the architectural wonders it plans to display at the World Cup. The wealthy Gulf kingdom has spared no expense, even if the cost is thousands of lives — the lives, that is, of poor foreign laborers from across the developing world. Toiling long hours in scorching desert heat, and housed in squalid, overcrowded labor … Continue reading