Now this is what a TRUE leader sounds like. h/t Breitbart TV:
This is the FULL speech, and it truly deserves your rapt attention. Turn everything else off and pay attention. More is being said between actual spoken words that our “Dear Leader” will never get. Bibi is laying down the gauntlet for what the policies will be, and most patriotic, liberty-loving Americans will get it. Doubtful that “Teh Won” will.
Can we trade Netanyahu for Obama? No, wait… that would be too mean to the Israelis. We’ll just have to stand as a thousand Breitbarts to fight our fight here at home.
CNNâ€™s Ivan Watson was left dumbfounded on Wednesday during an interview with an unnamed eyewitness in Iran who told the news network that security forces mercilessly beat protesters.
The woman, whose identity CNN chose to keep secret for fear of reprisal by the Iranian government, also said she believed security forces had fired into a crowd.
â€œThe black-clad police, they stopped everyone, they emptied the buses that were taking people [to the protests] â€¦ and then all of a sudden some 500 people with clubs and boots [came out of a mosque] and they poured into the street and they started beating everyone,â€ the eyewitness said.
â€œThey beat a woman so savagely that she was drenched in blood, and her husband was watching the scene â€” he just fainted.â€
Watson was left dumbfounded as the near-hysterical interviewee gave an impromptu plea for help from the West.
â€œThis was a massacre,â€™ she said. â€œThey were trying to beat people so that they would die. They were beating old men. This was exactly a massacre. You should stop this. You should help the people of Iran who demand freedom.â€
Last Friday on the season premier of Maher’s gutter-snipe show “Real Time,” he had Brigitte Gabriel on to talk about the recent case of the Muslim Buffalo, NY broadcaster who beheaded his wife because she asked for a divorce.
Muzzammil Hassan founded Bridges TV in order to improve the image of American Muslims. He ended up beheading his wife in the Bridges TV offices.
Now Faizan Haq says, bizarrely: â€œI think of Aasiya as a martyr. She has given her life to protect the image of American Muslims. And as an American Muslim community, we owe it to her not to let this happen again.â€
Look Maher can be as flippant as he wants, but there is no excuse (nor a moral equivalence) for any person, man or woman, to commit this kind of heinous act. But leave it to Bill Maher to find a way for humor in this tragedy. How inappropriate can one person be?
(Un-huh…wanted to improve the image of American Muslims? Could have done it in some other way other than a beheading. Hypocritical? Absolutely)