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Pamela Geller is characterized in so many incorrect ways it’s hard to fathom. What isn’t hard to fathom is the characteristic hatred shown habitually by liberal thinking folks, and those committed to The Democratic Party causes. Look at the campaign that Axelrod is orchestrating from his Chicago office headquarters. Obama’s Super PAC attack machine is in full bloom. It’s been recently outed by none other than CNN, discrediting the Priorities USA PAC ad starring Joe Soptic, leveled at Romney’s campaign, as completely fabricated. Imagine that, CNN in a random act of journalism, actually did some fact checking. It must have something to do with their recent 20 years low in cable ratings. When in doubt, be controversial, even if it’s against your Democratic Machine handlers, right? Why not?

During the Chick-fil-A antics of recent weeks, we saw a video of absolutely vile left leaning sympathizers, driving by in their cars, shouting and displaying from their car windows, obscenities at Christian students who were in front of a Chick-fil-A store showing their support for traditional values espoused by the franchise operation’s corporate founder. This is what the left breeds in our culture. Don’t believe us. Go have a look for yourself. The video is called “Attacked by Tolerance” obvious emphasis on the irony.

Continually, for as long as Ms. Geller has been campaigning to wake the American population up, she has been maligned by the left, and in many cases, by the same manner in the video, for being, of all things, truthful and correct.

This present article by her is just another vindication that’s part of a stream of vindications. Our publication does not take lightly to printing  just anyone and for any reason. We contribute energy to saving what is the real America, by using conservative opinions. Not the dystopian dreams of socialist demagogues.

About 9 months ago, we published an article praising Ms. Geller and Robert Spencer from Jihad Watch. We did the research that provided insight from an objective viewpoint, independent of their work. We didn’t take their word for it, we proved it to ourselves. We were immediately attacked by an atheist community author. You don’t need to see the link. It’s there, and we don’t need to give them traffic. This is the kind of knee jerk response the left is famous for. What is most amazing, they do it as if they were cued, or given a direction/command. Yet it happens on an instinctual (or animal, take your pick) level.

Well that’s quite something. Imagine something so indoctrinated into liberal folks minds, they react with such predictable, and by now, customary responses that it’s like an auto-reply email from a business website. That’s pretty powerful if you think about it. It’s also very dangerous. It happens without analysis or any critical thinking. It does however happen automatically with repugnance and venom. Not to be confused with critical logic…yes? Witness the DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. What better can possibly exemplify our viewpoint? She’s the national poster child for the kind of voter The Democratic Party machine wants as their faithful. She’s also an embarrassment to conservative minded folks in the Jewish community.

Case in point. After we had launched an email campaign and which continued for a couple of months, comprised of an effort that sent our article for praising Ms. Geller to 1,134 synagogues around the country in the months that followed, with an eye for getting her bookings and speaking engagements, we were astonished to find that not one response was forthcoming from the Jewish community. None, nada, zero. How can this be? Closed minds. The kind of closed minds, here in America, that turned their backs when Jews, Christians, Catholics, Gypsies and others were being round up by the German death machine in Europe 70 plus years ago. Astonishing. Nothing has changed! This too is an embarrassment.

Now it’s happening again. History repeats. Ms. Geller and Robert Spencer are the clarion callers that stands too for sounding the alarm. Alarmed, we should be.

SIOA, atlasshrugs.com, jihadwatch.org and the rest that follow in their wake are as important a function in American society today as voting. If anyone should be leading the world in the fight against CAIR, The Muslim Brotherhood, and radical Islam everywhere it’s found, it should be us Americans. We should not tolerate any of this. Is it a black op or a false flag op that is killing Coptic Christians in Egypt? Make no mistake about it, 11 September 2001 is as close as yesterday.

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For those liberal, Hollywood, NYC enamored Jews in America (another conservative Jewish community embarrassment) that stumble across this article; take your head out from between your knees and vote conservative. Leave the “enemedia” behind. The Muslim Brotherhood has been too successful in America for our comfort. Were it not for Geller, Spencer, and their continued push against these sly, lying thugs from the Middle East and the Soros (yet another embarrassment for conservative Jews) machine, we’d be neck deep in Hijabs.

This should not be confused with phobia. It should be likened to awareness. Witness France, The UK, and Scandinavia, that’s all you need to get your head straight. Eh, how about just keeping an eye on Pakistan? Islamists are killing their own people for sport, and they’re taking aim at Israel by proxy through Iran and Syria. Jews in America should be proud to be labeled with that leftist slur, Zionist.

We’re happy to post this vindication of one of our favorite journalists in the country, Pamela Geller. She doesn’t need us here at this publication. All of us, every American in the country, needs her. Beauty is not just skin deep.

Pollack

The Courageous & Beautiful Ms. Pamela Geller – (TCP)CHICAGO Contributor

Egypt’s Thursday newspapers: Controversy over new Muslim Brotherhood editors-in-chief

By Pamela Geller of Atlasshrugs

The Muslim Brotherhood takes over the press in Egypt. Oh, yes, I told ya so. The scorn and derision heaped upon me for calling it a Muslim Brotherhood revolution so reveals the agenda of these shameless shills and Islamic apologists in the West. These leftist clowns at mainstream media publications (print and online)  will be replaced, too, one day. It is only a matter of time before these destroyers get what they are wishing for and what they are working for.

Check out the latest rancid and poisonous fruit of Obama’s anti-freedom, pro-sharia foreign policy agenda. He envies them this.

“Thursday’s papers: Controversy over new ‘Islamist’ editors” Egypt Independent, August 9, 2012 (thanks to David)

The announcement of new editors-in-chief of state-owned publications dominates the headlines of Thursday’s papers.

While independent papers claim that the new shuffle is a part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s ongoing attempts to Islamize the state, state-owned papers just mention the names of the new top editors without commentary.

State-run daily Al-Ahram daily lists the new appointees for the following state-run papers: Abdel Naser Salama for Al-Ahram, Mohamed Hassan al-Bana for Akhbar Al-Youm, Suleiman Qenawy for Al-Akhbar, Gamal Abdel Raheem for Al-Gomhurriya, Shaker Gamal Eddin for the Middle East News Agency (MENA), and Essam Abdel Aziz for Rose al-Youssef magazine.

Several of the new editors named Wednesday by the Shura Council, the upper house of Egypt’s Parliament, have Islamist leanings, which raised concerns over the Muslim Brotherhood’s alleged attempt to monopolize state-owned papers.

Salama, who now heads the state’s flagship paper Al-Ahram, wrote a column against Pope Shenouda in 2010, accusing him of provoking sectarian strife between Muslims and Christians.

It is also alleged that Mohammed Hassan al-Bana of Akhbar al-Youm daily paper is the grandson of the Muslim Brotherhood’s founder, Hassan al-Bana.

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While almost all the column spaces for independent papers Youm7, Al-Watan, and Al-Tahrir were left unwritten, but signed “in protest of the Brotherhood’s attempts to control press and media,” unsurprisingly, state-owned columnists did not respond to the call.

Flashback January 2011: Where is Salon’s Alex Pareene now? What a hapless tool.

Salon

How the left was deriding me for questioning big media’s narrative of freedom lovers and democracy (here, too). So why isn’t this splashed across the newspages, front pages and broadcast news ledes across the country? Instead, these spineless, gutless wonders slithered back under their rocks.

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January 2011 flashback to a Sandmonkey tweet that was retweeted by Mona Eltahawy, another Egyptian protest lover who was subsequently sexually attacked at one of these “freedom” protests. Of course, I disagreed with Sandmonkey and had my public falling out with him over my insistence that the Muslim Brotherhood was very much a major player in the overthrow of Mubarak and whatever freedom Egyptians had enjoyed under his government.

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