Housejacking? ‘Too Many White People Moving in Here’


September 10, 2014 By Jennifer Burke

Add this to the list of the increasing number of racially motivated attacks that seem to be on the rise in Obama’s America. Three white people were robbed, forced out of their apartment at gunpoint, threatened with being killed, then had their apartment taken over by two black women seething with anger based on race and class resentment.

Last Thursday at 9:30 pm, according to the New York Daily News, 30-year old Precious Parker and 23-year old Sabrina James knocked on the door of an apartment in Brooklyn. Their victims, a 34-year old man, a 27-year old woman, and a 25-year old woman, were threatened that they either needed to leave their apartment or be killed. Fearing for their lives, the residents left, and the perpetrators proceeded to carry out their plan to ‘squat’ at the apartment.

Squatting is typically when one takes over a vacant home and claims it as their own to live in. However, Parker and James decided they would forcibly take over a home at gunpoint instead.

As they were committing their crime, one of the women said that they did not like fact that white people were moving into the area. So, it looks like their reaction was to forcibly remove them using excessive force.

Prior to their capture, the women stole $800, an iPhone and personal information from their victims. They were arrested in the apartment on Saturday, two days after they squatted in it, and charged with robbery and unlawful imprisonment.

To date, activist Attorney General Eric Holder remains silent on the matter. Holder himself was involved in an armed takeover of an ROTC office while a student at Columbia University. The demand by his group was that the name be changed to honor black activist Malcolm X.

Barack Obama has not held a press conference calling for an end to the increase in racially motivated attacks and MSNBC’s Al Sharpton has not had a poorly spoken monologue about the event on his show.
Perhaps that should come as no surprise since Eric Holder, the first sitting attorney general to be held in contempt of Congress, made it known long ago that he does not believe there can be such a thing as a hate crime with a black perpetrator and a white victim, regardless of the facts surrounding the case.


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Assad government to consider any military action an act of war

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President Barack Obama is set to ignore Congress once again by launching military strikes inside Syria without consulting lawmakers, a move that threatens to enflame the entire region given that the Assad government has repeatedly insisted it will consider any military activity inside Syrian territory as an act of war.

“President Obama is prepared to use U.S. military airstrikes in Syria as part of an expanded campaign to defeat the Islamic State and does not believe he needs formal congressional approval to take that action, according to people who have spoken with the president in recent days,”reports the Washington Post.

Obama is set to deliver a prime time speech tonight during which he will make the case for U.S. air strikes inside Syria in the name of targeting ISIS militants.

In citing ISIS, which was armed and funded by the United States’ biggest allies in the region, as a justification for a military campaign inside Syria, Obama is set to accomplish what the administration failed to achieve last year after the chemical weapons attack in Ghouta was blamed on the Assad government, despite a subsequent MIT report which concluded the incident was more likely the work of US-backed rebels.

Despite many calling for Washington to renew its support for so-called “moderate” rebels in Syria in the name of combating ISIS, it recently emerged that murdered journalist Steven Sotloff was sold to ISIS by FSA militants. In addition, arms given to FSA rebels that originated from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia were later seized by ISIS fighters.

Bassel Idriss, commander of an FSA-run rebel brigade, also recently admitted that US-backed “moderate” rebels are still collaborating with ISIS.

During a recent appearance on Fox News, General Thomas McInerney also revealed how the United States inadvertently bolstered ISIS as a result of the terrorist group obtaining weapons from the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. A more direct method of support involved the U.S. training militants at a secret base in Jordan who later went on to become ISIS fighters in Syria.

Obama’s decision to launch air strikes inside Syrian territory without congressional approval echoes his 2011 assault on Libya, which again was a move to support radical jihadists that ended up with the African country turning into a failed state.

At the time, Obama brazenly undermined the power of Congress by insisting his authority came from the United Nations Security Council prior to the attack on Libya and that Congressional approval was not necessary. “I don’t even have to get to the Constitutional question,” scoffed the President.

According to Congressman Walter Jones, this was an act that constituted “an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.”

Obama’s move to strike inside Syria in the name of fighting ISIS militants which his administration helped boost as a result of its disastrous policy to arm so-called “moderate” rebels threatens to spark a regional war given that the Assad government has repeatedly insisted that any military action within Syrian territory will be considered an act of war.

The global resistance to a U.S. attack on Syria, which successfully derailed last year’s seemingly inevitable assault, has largely evaporated in light of the western media’s ceaseless promotion of ISIS as a catastrophic threat.

As an MSNBC poll showed last night, anti-war fervor amongst liberals has all but disintegrated, with just 12% calling on Obama to get permission from Congress before launching an attack on ISIS inside Syria.

MSNBC’s Gun Control Poll Blows Up In Their Face


By Robert Gehl
September 6, 2014

MSNBC – the liberal’s only network – just found out that even among their viewers, the Second Amendment is alive and well.

Directed by the hosts to a poll about gun rights, the results show overwhelming support for the right to carry.

The question was: Should Kroger Shoppers be allowed to carry handguns?

With more than 25,000 votes so far, 83 percent answered “Yes, it is a Constitutional Right and only 17 percent responded “No, it is a threat to public safety.”

Hilarious: MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski Very Reluctantly Reports About Obama’s Sucky Poll Numbers

This video is a case study in body language for those of you who are Psych majors.

This morning on MSNBC, the Morning Joe gang decided to report some bad news about President Obama. Since we’re not accustomed to hearing any bad news about President Obama from a lamestream media outlet such as MSNBC, we have to admit that we found this (pleasantly) surprising.

The bad news for the President is his latest poll numbers. It fell to Mika Brzezinski, as opposed to MSNBC’s token Republican Joe Scarborough, to actually report about how President Obama is falling in popularity.

“You’ve got a President with really low approval ratings,” Scarborough said to Brzezinski. Even the casual viewer could not miss the smile on his face.

“All right, uhhhh, so,” Brzezinski replied, clearly not wanting to go to this segment of the show. We feel very sorry for the producer that had to talk her into reporting this news.

“Uhhh, these polls show, umm…” Brzezinski continued very unwillingly.

Scarborough’s sentiments could still be seen in his facial expression: Come on Mika, you can do it!

“That his job performance, uh, the economy, far from good news,” she finally managed to get out. “Uh, according to the Bloomberg poll just 47%… uh… have a favorable opinion of the President. Ummm…”

That was as far as she could go, apparently. Scarborough had to take over from that point.

Finally, she was able to resume.

John Lewis Calls On Obama To Declare Martial Law In Ferguson, Mo. [VIDEO]

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Georgia Rep. John Lewis has called on President Obama to declare martial law in Ferguson, Mo.

The congressman made the public call Thursday afternoon as protesters continue to clash with police in Ferguson after a cop shot and killed unarmed black teen Michael Brown Saturday night. (RELATED: Is This America? Stunning Photos From Violent Protests In Ferguson, Mo.)

“People have a right to protest,” Lewis said on MSNBC. “They have a right to dissent. They have a right to march in an orderly, peaceful, non-violent fashion. And the press has a right to cover it. Ferguson, Mo. is not the Congo. It is not China. It is not Russia. We can do better.”

“President Obama should use the authority of his office to declare martial law,” he continued. “Federalize the Missouri National Guard to protect people as they protest.”

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