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Sunday, March 26, 2017

It Takes Only One Terrible Event To Change A Mind

Liberal Mom Aghast as Huge Guy Wearing Lakers Jersey Walks Into Ladies’ Room


A liberal mom got a rude awakening that changed her views about the “bathroom debate” and decided to share her story regardless of what the backlash would be. This is a reality check like no other.
Kristen Quintrall Lavin runs a blog called, “The Get Real Mom,” in which she exposes the harsh realities of what she calls, “momming.” However, on a recent trip to Disneyland with her young son, Lavin, she was exposed to another harsh reality — the reality of bathroom stalking, which made her question her progressive liberal views on the bathroom debate.
Lavin commented on her blog that she has seen and supported “transgender” women — men identifying as women — using women’s public restrooms prior to the incident happening at Disneyland. “Transgenders who certainly felt comfortable in the women’s room and probably frightened to go into the men’s. At these times, I smiled … I peed … and life went on.”

Then, all of that changed when she was at Disneyland with her friend, her son, and her friend’s son.
“I went to the bathroom while she watched our boys in their strollers, and then I did the same.” Lavin wrote.
That is when a “very large, burly man in a Lakers Jersey” walked into the bathroom and leaned against the wall. Lavin spoke about seeing about 12 other women and children just staring at the man, wondering what he was doing in the women’s room and that their collective silence is what caused her to tell her story.
Lavin described how the man knew the women wouldn’t say anything about his presence, because they had been “culturally bullied” into silence. The fear of being non-politically correct was more overwhelming than the very real danger of a man casually eyeing them in an intimate environment, when women literally have their pants down.
She wrote that the man eventually started walking past each stall. “You know, the stalls that have 1 inch gaps by all the door hinges so you can most definitely see everyone with their pants around their ankles.”  His perversion had been given a license, and every single woman in that restroom felt powerless to challenge him.
Alvin wrote about the need for clarity when it comes to the gender debate, and that clarity is needed now.
“This notion that we’re shamed into silence b/c we might offend someone, has gone too far. There was a man in the bathroom. Not transgender. There was a man who felt entitled to be in the woman restroom, because he knew no one would say anything,” she wrote.

“There were 20-25 people by the time I left, who were scared and uncomfortable by his ominous presence. And the only thing stopping us, was our fear of political correctness and that the media has told us we don’t know what gender is anymore,” Lavin astutely stated.
Then she hit it hard with the truth that she had just been privy to…
“I need to know it’s ok to tell a man, who looks like a man, to get the f*& out. Gender just can’t be a feeling,” she wrote. “There has to be science to it.”
This is what many people miss when it comes to the gender bathroom debate. Predators will use this as a license to hunt their prey in public restrooms. They will use the knowledge that no one wants to be accused of not being tolerant to aid in their perverted quest. This is not a game.
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Trump's Impact Being Made Worldwide

Report: Iran Already Intimidated by Trump

An analysis by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute) finds that the Trump administration’s tough stance toward Iran is already having an effect.
Analyses of the very complex Middle Eastern chessboard abound, and assessments by knowledgeable people not infrequently contradict each other. What makes MEMRI’s investigations especially interesting, though, is that they’re based on very close observation of Middle Eastern countries themselves, including both their media and their actions (or inactions) on the ground.
The three authors of the analysis in question include Yigal Carmon, president of MEMRI and a former counterterrorism adviser to two Israeli prime ministers. These authors write that since the Trump administration took office, Tehran has come to feel “that it is besieged and under an emerging existential threat, in light of the crystallization of a comprehensive U.S.-Russia-Arab (including Israel) front against [it].”
Iran, MEMRI says, has been showing “considerable military restraint and a halt to long-range missile tests”—the latter in response to the administration’s warning to Iran, after its failed missile launch on January 29, that it had been “put on notice.”
The MEMRI report gives satellite imagery showing that, by February 5, Iran had already deactivated its Semnan missile-launch site. It also gives quotes from Iranian media in which defense officials complain bitterly about having to suspend missile launches because of American threats.
MEMRI also points to other big changes: “a halt to provocations against U.S. Navy vessels” and “a halt to public threats to burn and sink U.S. Navy vessels in the Persian Gulf.”
There has been, in fact, “a near-total moratorium on hostile anti-U.S. statements: The slogan ‘death to America’ has disappeared almost entirely from the official discourse of regime spokesmen, including Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei himself, as have public burnings of the American flag.”
According to this evidence, then, Iran is scared—and it’s good news to Israel and the moderate Arab states that Iran has been trying to bully and threaten whether directly or through proxies.
Probably MEMRI’s most contentious claim in the report is that Russia, too—along with the U.S., Arab states, and Israel—is part of the “comprehensive front” taking shape against Iran. A previous report by MEMRI developed that claim in greater depth. Recent events in Syria may also indicate that it holds water.
At a stepped-up pace since Friday—possibly unprecedented so far—Israeli planes have reportedly been hitting Hizballah and Syrian targets in Syria.
Israel does not regard the militarily weak Assad regime as a significant adversary in itself. The aim has been to stop weblogs, apons deliveries—facilitated by Syria—to Hizballah, deliveries that emanate from Iran.
Iran is purportedly Russia’s ally, and when, after the first Israeli airstrike on Friday, Russia summoned the Israeli ambassador for a meeting, some claimed President Putin—until then notably lenient about Israeli strikes on his allies or purported allies in Syria—was finally warning that he’d had enough.
Since then, though, the strikes have reportedly (here and here) continued—without any known complaints or warnings issuing from Moscow.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in fact, explicitly denies that Putin is looking to stop Israeli military activity in Syria.
Meaning that, while Putin has his own perceived interests in Syria, smoothing a path for Iranian aggression increasingly does not appear to be one of them.
The Trump administration is not even 100 days old, but the Middle East is already feeling the change. The United States is once again taking an active role in the region, and more importantly, Washington is once again standing by the allies and friends it had abandoned. It is now abundantly clear that America can differentiate between the good guys and the bad guys in the region, and that it plans to act for the former and against the latter.
If MEMRI is right, then renewed American involvement is already swaying an actor like Putin away from Iran and toward the camp that seeks a stable, livable Middle East. If Iran is being weakened, intimidated, and pushed into a corner, it can hardly be an attractive ally to any but its most loyal and dependent proxies.
Reprinted with author’s permission from FrontPage Mag


Obama Is Deep Into The Anti-Trump Movement

Sabotage of The White House Caused by Obama Administration Loyalists


Call it “The Obama Effect.” Former President Barack Obama left “tripwires” — White House staff carefully put in place to sabotage Donald Trump’s presidency. People working inside the White House are there to hamstring Trump’s agenda and dismantle the new administration.
White House insiders have revealed to the media their frustration in dealing with loyalist holdovers who leak information, provide misinformation to the media to discredit the president and even alter documents to reflect more “Obama-friendly” language, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
“We have members of the former administration at the highest levels who through their actions after Jan. 20 have demonstrated their refusal to recognize the results of the general election. They have pursued, organized and managed a comprehensive subversion of the new administration,” a White House official said.

This isn’t new to the media and other political insiders. It’s known that the Obama administration was frantically laying “bread crumbs” in the weeks before Trump’s inauguration, according to The New York Times.
Certain officials spread rumors and disinformation about possible contacts between associates of then-President-elect Donald J. Trump and Russians.
Here’s something to chew on: Why does Obama care so much about Trump’s presidency? Does he want to throw so many wrenches in the works that we’ll be begging him to run again in four years?
In an unprecedented political move, Obama has been openly active in organizations determined to create a “shadow presidency” and has had the gall to say he is “heartened” by anti-Trump protests, according to the New York Post.
We all know that even the best politics involves back-room deals and mutual back-scratching. Corruption, collusion and conspiracy are a different matter, and the White House, which should be a benign symbol for all Americans, should be above that.
President Trump needs to make getting these people completely out of government one of his top priorities. Otherwise the same problems of leaks and lies will continue.
We can’t let Barack Obama and his surrogates get away with it.

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Jordan Is Not The Friend Of Israel Most Believe

The Real Face of Jordan

Jordan is the country to Israel’s east with which Israel has had a formal peace for 23 years.
And its people hate Israel, and Jews, even more than the Iranians do.
Every once in a while, the Jordanian people are given a chance to express how they really feel about Israel. It’s ugly.
Twenty years ago, on March 13, 1997, 7th and 8th grade girls from the AMIT Fuerst junior high school for girls in Beit Shemesh packed box lunches and boarded a school bus that was to take them to the Jordan Valley for a class trip. The high point of the day was the scheduled visit to the so-called “Island of Peace.”
The area, adjacent to the Naharayim electricity station, encompasses lands Israel ceded to Jordan in the 1994 peace treaty and Jordan leased back to Israel for continued cultivation by the Jewish farmers from Ashdot Yaakov who had bought the lands and farmed them for decades.
Israel’s formal transfer of sovereignty – and Jordan’s recognition of Jewish land rights to the area – were emblematic of the notion that the peace treaty was more than a piece of paper. Here, officials boasted, at the Island of Peace, we saw on-theground proof that Jordan and Israel were now peaceful neighbors.
Just as Americans in California can spend a night at the bars in Tijuana and then sleep it off in their beds in San Diego, so, the thinking went, after three years of formal peace, Israeli schoolgirls could eat their box lunches in Jordan, at the Island of Peace, and be home in time for dinner in Beit Shemesh.

Shortly after they alighted their buses, that illusion came to a brutal end.
The children were massacred.
A Jordanian policeman named of Ahmad Daqamseh, who was supposed to be protecting them, instead opened fire with his automatic rifle.
He murdered seven girls and wounded six more.
On Jordanian territory, the guests of the kingdom, the girls had no one to protect them. Daqamseh would have kept on killing and wounding, but his weapon jammed.
In the days that followed, Israel saw two faces of Jordan and with them, the true nature of the peace it had achieved.
On the one hand, in an extraordinary act of kindness and humility, King Hussein came to Israel and paid condolence calls at the homes of all seven girls. He bowed before their parents and asked for forgiveness.
On the other hand, Hussein’s subjects celebrated Daqamseh as a hero.
The Jordanian court system went out of its way not to treat him like a murderer. Instead of receiving the death penalty for his crime – as he would have received if his victims hadn’t been Jewish girls – the judges insisted he was crazy and sentenced him instead to life in prison. Under Jordanian law his sentence translated into 20 years in jail. In other words, Daqamseh received less than three years in jail for every little girl he murdered and no time for the six he wounded.
Not satisfied with his sentence, the Jordanian public repeatedly demanded his early release. The public’s adulation of Daqamseh was so widespread and deep-seated that in 2014, the majority of Jordan’s parliament members voted for his immediate release.
Three years earlier, in 2011, Jordan’s then-justice minister Hussein Majali extolled Daqamseh as a hero and called for his release.
Last week, sentence completed, Daqamseh was released. And within moments of his return, in the dead of night to his village, crowds of supporters emerged from their homes and celebrated their hero.
Daqamseh, the supposed madman, never expressed regret for his crime.
And now a free man, he was only too happy last week to use his release as a means of justifying, yet again, his crime.
“Normalization with Zionists is a lie!” he declared in an interview with Al Jazeera. He went on to call for the conquest of Israel and the destruction of the Jewish state.
Jordan owes its existence not to its population nor even to its silver- tongued monarch, Hussein’s son Abdullah. It owes its existence to its location. For Israel and the West the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a critical piece of real estate.
For Israel, the kingdom is a buffer against Iraq and Syria.
For the Americans it is a safe port in the storm in the midst of the Arab world now suffering from convulsions of jihadist revolutions, counterrevolutions, insurgencies and counterinsurgencies.
Jordan, which since 2003 has absorbed a million refugees from Iraq and another million from Syria, is viewed by Europeans as a great big refugee camp. It must be kept stable lest the Iraqis and Syrians move on to Europe.
If it weren’t for Israel and the Western powers, the Hashemite Kingdom would have been overthrown long ago.
Today, Jordan is an economic and social tinderbox. Its debt to GDP ratio skyrocketed from 57% to 90% between 2011 and 2016. Youth unemployment, while officially reported at 14%, actually stands at 38%.
Jordan, which is the second-poorest state in terms of its available water sources, relies on Israeli exports of water to survive. Its government is its largest employer. Its largest export is its people, whose remittances to their relatives back home keep 350,000 families afloat. And those remittances have fallen off dramatically in recent years due to the drop in oil prices on the world market.
The Muslim Brotherhood is the second largest political force in the country. Although Jordanians were revolted in 2015 when Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria burned alive a downed Jordanian pilot, ISIS has no shortage of sympathizers in wide swaths of Jordanian society. More than 2,000 Jordanians joined ISIS in Syria and several thousand more ISIS members and sympathizers are at large throughout the kingdom.
Whereas Palestinians used to make up an absolute majority of the population, leading many to observe over the years that the real Palestine is Jordan, since the Iraqi and Syria refugees swelled the ranks of the population, the Palestinian majority has been diminished.
Jordan is a reminder that nation building in the Arab world is a dangerous proposition. With each passing year, the US provides Jordan with more and more military and civilian aid to keep the regime afloat. And with each passing year, voices praising Daqamseh and his ilk continue to expand in numbers and volume.
Jordan shows that the concept of peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors is of limited value. So long as the hearts and the minds of the people of the Arab world are filled with conspiracy theories about Jews, and inspired by visions of jihad and destruction that render mass murderers of innocent schoolchildren heroes, the notion that genuine peace is possible is both irrational and irresponsible.
Recently it was reported that last October, Israel’s ambassador to Jordan Einat Schlein gave a pessimistic assessment of Jordan’s future prospects to IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkott. Eisenkott reportedly reacted to her briefing by suggesting that Israel needs to figure out a way to help the regime to survive.
Eisenkott was correct, of course.
Israel, which now faces a nightmare situation along its border with post-civil war Syria, does not want to face the prospect of a post-Hashemite Jordan, where the people will rule, on its doorstep.
But Israel can ill afford to assume that this will not happen one day, and plan accordingly.
Under the circumstances, the only way to safeguard against the day when Daqasmeh and his supporters rule Jordan is to apply Israeli law to the Jordan Valley and encourage tens of thousands of Israelis to settle down along the sparsely populated eastern border.
After the massacre, the parents of the dead children and the public as a whole demanded to know why the school hadn’t smuggled armed guards into the Island of Peace to protect them. Their question was a reasonable one.
Daqamseh was able to kill those girls because we let down our guard.
The only way to prevent that from happening again – writ large – is to reinforce that guard by reinforcing our control over eastern Israel.
23 years after the peace was signed, nothing has changed in the Kingdom of Jordan. No hearts and minds have been turned in our favor. The peace treaty has not protected us. The only thing that protects our children is our ability and willingness to use our weapons to protect them from our hate-drenched neighbors with whom we share treaties of peace.
Reprinted with author’s permission from The Jerusalem Post


There Is Proof That Trump Was Correct.

CIA Whistle blower Has Proof Trump Was Under “Systematic Illegal” Surveillance, and FBI Chose to Sit On It [VIDEO]

The Obama Administration spied on Mike Flynn.
Then, they released the transcript of one of his phone calls which is against the law.
We know that for a fact.
Donald Trump says that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
He’s likely right.
Now, it looks like a CIA whistleblower claimed to have evidence of the government spying on Trump. Two years ago.
From Zero Hedge:
The same day House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes gave a press conference disclosing that President Trump had been under “incidental surveillance,” Attorney and FreedomWatch Chairman, Larry Klayman, sent a letter to the House Committee on Intelligence imploring them to pursue the claims and evidence presented under oath at a Washington DC FBI Field Office by his client – CIA / NSA Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery – who Klayman claims “holds the keys to disproving the false claims… …that there is no evidence that the president and his men were wiretapped”
When Montgomery attempted to deliver this information through the appropriate channels two years ago, the former CIA and NSA contractor wasn’t given the time of day:
How many more reports like this need to come out before the mainstream media just admits that Obama did something really bad?
Here’s more.
Montgomery left the NSA and CIA with 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information, much of which is classified, and sought to come forward legally as a whistleblower to appropriate government entities, including congressional intelligence committees, to expose that the spy agencies were engaged for years in systematic illegal surveillance on prominent Americans, including the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, prominent businessmen such as Donald Trump, and even yours truly. Working side by side with Obama’s former Director of National Intelligence (DIA), James Clapper, and Obama’s former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, Montgomery witnessed “up close and personal” this “Orwellian Big Brother” intrusion on privacy, likely for potential coercion, blackmail or other nefarious purposes.
He even claimed that these spy agencies had manipulated voting in Florida during the 2008 presidential election, which illegal tampering resulted in helping Obama to win the White House.
President Obama’s time in the White House was marred by scandal after scandal.
Literally, over a dozen scandals. So, why is it so hard to believe that he was doing something nefarious here?
The guy can’t be trusted.