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What Horrors Lurk Under the Dome?

A driver was stuck in a traffic jam on the Washington DC beltway.

Nothing was moving.

Suddenly, a man knocks on the window.

The driver rolls down the window and asks,

“What’s going on?”

“Terrorists have kidnapped Congress, and they’re asking for a $100 million dollar ransom, otherwise, they are going to douse them all in gasoline and set them on fire.

We are going from car to car, collecting donations.”

“How much is everyone giving, on average?” the driver asks.





“About a gallon!”

Normally I wouldn’t expect to get sent to Guantanamo for telling anti-Congress jokes. But these days, anything is possible. Especially if you’re Muslim. Or Irish.

Ask Saad Allami. He sent a text message to his sales team urging them to “blow away” the competition. The next thing you know he and his family were being swarmed by anti-terror cops.

…Or Leigh Van Bryan. An Irishman living in the UK, he and his friend Emily Banting got the quasi-Guantanamo treatment after posting tweets about planning to go on vacation to the USA to “destroy America” and “dig up Marilyn Monroe.” Explaining that “destroy” is British slang for “party” didn’t help. Humorlessness and imbecility are apparently requirements for working at TSA. 

Andrew Adler - Disappeared from the News

As an Irish Muslim, with two strikes against me already, I envy the complete impunity enjoyed by Jews like Andrew Adler, who can seriously urge the assassination of President Obama in a published op-ed and get away with it.

And Larry Silverstein, who can blow up the World Trade Center, brag about it on national TV, avoid prosecution, and collect billions from insurance companies on the premise that someone else – Muslims of course – did the dirty deed to which he himself confessed!

As an Irish Muslim, if I were to publish an op-ed calling on Hezbullah to assassinate the President, I’d be imprisoned at best, indefinitely detained at worst. Yet Adler’s still walking around free. Apparently his ethnic identity is a get-out-of-jail-free card.

That’s how it’s always been in Zionist-occupied Palestine. If an Israeli Arab kills a Jew, it’s curtains for that Arab. Yet Jews kill Arabs all the time with impunity.

In fact, IDF snipers have massacred innocent Palestinian children by at least the hundreds, almost certainly thousands, without any significant punishment.

Equal Opportunity Snipers

An article in the British Medical Journal (10/16/04) concluded: “Two thirds of the 621 children (two thirds under 15 years) killed at checkpoints, in the street, on the way to school, in their homes, died from small arms fire, directed in over half of cases to the head, neck and chest—the sniper’s wound.

Clearly, soldiers are routinely authorised to shoot to kill children in situations of minimal or no threat.”

But the US, unlike Israel, has Constitutionally-enshrined freedom of religion, as well as an equal-protection clause.

Every time a US official treats a Muslim differently from the way a Jew would have been treated in similar circumstances, it is a violation of the Constitution.

Yet Andrew Adler can seriously urge the killing of the President, while Muslim salesmen get Guantanamoed for trying to “blow away the competition.” 

It used to be the USA.  Now it’s Israeli-occupied territory.  Anyone else ready for an intifada?

Editing:  Jim W. Dean

Zionist Neighborhood Watch Training Begins Early



MERCER COUNTY, 4-H ACCEPT JCPENNEY AFTERSCHOOL GRANT

US Fed News Service, Including US State News November 17, 2008 Mercer County issued the following news release:

Mercer County is proud to announce that a $29,700 grant from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund to Mercer County 4-H will partially fund local after-school programs administered by the County and the Boys and Girls Club of Trenton.

The funding will help support afterschool programs for 66 young people in Trenton, helps provide families greater access to safe and enriching programs for kids during the out-of-school hours, and allows 4-H to expand its after-school work in Trenton.

“These children are able to grow and develop in so many ways in a safe, healthy environment thanks to this great partnership between the County, Mercer County 4-H, and the Boys and Girls Club of Trenton,” said Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes. “They are learning more and without this grant, we would not be able to reach the maximum number of young people we possibly can.” 4-H, a positive youth development program operated by Rutgers Cooperative Extension, provides research-based, hands-on learning experiences for more than 500 youth in Trenton each year through 4-H Afterschool. 4-H programs are held Monday through Friday at collaborating after-school programs sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club, City of Trenton, EducationWorks, and Trenton After School Program (TASP) and focus on activities and skill development in areas such as environmental science, outdoor adventure, computer technology, healthy living, and leadership development. site jcpenney printable coupons

National 4-H Council received $1.3 million from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund to award access grants to county-based 4 H Afterschool programs across the United States. The programs receive after-school training and technical assistance provided by 4 H professionals, 4 H Afterschool curricula and 4 H clubs. In conjunction with the JCPenney Afterschool Fund grants, JCPenney donated 2,000 $50 JCPenney gift cards, representing an additional $100,000 donation. Cards were given to youth benefiting from the grants to purchase school supplies and clothing.

“Mercer County 4-H is pleased to collaborate with Boys and Girls Club to help fund after-school for these 66 children through a grant from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund.A Mercer County 4-H is committed to providing high quality programming for youth throughout the city during the hours of 3 to 6 p.m., and we are thankful for collaborating after-school providers such as Boys and Girls Club who share our mission,” said Chad Ripberger, Mercer County 4-H agent. this web site jcpenney printable coupons

Mercer County 4-H is currently providing several 10 to 12 week after-school programs throughout Trenton. Design It! an introductory engineering design program, is being delivered at the Robbins Annex site operated by Boys and Girls Club, at the Kilmer site operated by the City of Trenton, and at the Wilson site operated by EducationWorks. 4-H is also providing its Horses and Youth program to children from the Donnelly Homes site operated by the City of Trenton.A In addition, it is delivering its Get MovingA – Get Healthy program for youth at the Trenton After School Program at Trinity Cathedral and at the Rivera site operated by the City of Trenton.A Youth from the Trenton After School Program are also participating in the 4-H Afterschool Adventure program.

“With the support of the JCPenney Afterschool Fund, 4-H continues to provide high-quality after-school opportunities for thousands of youth nationwide,” said Donald T. Floyd, Jr., National 4-H Council president and chief executive officer. “These grants ensure that all young people have access to safe and enriching after-school programs, regardless of their circumstance.” “The JCPenney Afterschool Fund is committed to improving the positive academic and social development of America’s youth through valuable after-school experiences,” said Jodi Gibson, president of the JCPenney Afterschool Fund. We value our partnership with 4-H as we continue to build a solid, sustainable after-school program infrastructure that empowers all youth to succeed in school and later in life.” About 4-H 4-H is a community of 6 million young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. National 4-H Headquarters, which operates out of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is the federal partner of 4-H programs implemented by the Cooperative Extension System of the nation’s 106 land-grant colleges and universities and in local communities through 3,150 county Cooperative Extension offices. National 4-H Council is the private sector, non-profit partner of National 4-H Headquarters. Learn more about the 4-H adventure at www.4-h.org.

About the JCPenney Afterschool Fund The JCPenney Afterschool Fund is a charitable organization committed to advancing the afterschool movement in JCPenney communities by increasing access for children in need, inspiring innovation in the field, and elevating awareness of the value of afterschool programs. Currently, more than 14 million youth in America are unsupervised every day between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.Through partnerships with the YMCA of the USA, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, National 4-H and United Way of America, the JCPenney Afterschool Fund helps prepare children to reach their full potential by providing them with essential after-school opportunities.

For more information, visit www.jcpenneyafterschool.org.

Contact: Julie Willmot, 609/278-7137.

Julie Willmot, 609/278-7137.


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