31 October 2008

Barack Hussein Obama's terrorist friends

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Connected directly to Barack Hussein Obama's Senate office or campaign:

Cynthia K. Miller, treasurer of his Senate campaign, is a member of a member Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam.

Jennifer Mason, Obama's Director of Constituent Services, is also a member of the Nation of Islam.

Other Nation of Islam members, including consultant Shakir Muhammad, held important roles in the Obama state Senate campaign. When Obama first ran for the US Senate, he gave militant responses to the Chicago Jewish News about Israel. Obama favored working with Yasser Arafat. When members of the Chicago Jewish community circulated his responses, Obama said that the answers were not his positions, but the work of a low-level intern. He submitted new answers. But that was a lie, an insider says. In fact, they were the work of Obama's Policy Director, Audra Wilson. Moreover, Obama told the insider that he blamed the Mideast conflict on the Jews: "Barack told me that he felt that the Jewish community was too inflexible, and that was why the situation in the Mideast could not be resolved." (Source: Debbie Schlussel)

Prominent friends of Obama:

The Khalid al-Mansour connection: According to former Manhattan Borough president Percy Sutton, Mansour "was raising money for" Obama's expenses at Harvard Law School. Mansour, a Black American (né Don Warden), became adviser to Saudi prince Al-Walid Bin-Talal, CAIR's largest individual donor. Mansour holds standard Islamist views: he absolves the Islamist government in Sudan of sponsoring slavery; he denies a Jewish tie to Jerusalem; and he wrote a booklet titled "Americans Beware! The Zionist Plot Against S. Arabia." (Both Obama and Mansour deny Sutton's account.)

The Kenny Gamble (also known as Luqman Abdul-Haqq) connection: Gamble, a once-prominent pop music producer, cut the ribbon to the Obama campaign headquarters housed in a South Philadelphia building he owns. Gamble is an Islamist who buys large swaths of real estate to create Muslim-only residential areas. Also, as the self-styled "emir" of the United Muslim Movement, he has many links to Islamist organizations, including CAIR and the Muslim Alliance in North America. (MANA's "emir" is Siraj Wahhaj, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.) The Mazen Asbahi connection: The Obama campaign's first Muslim outreach coordinator resigned after it came to light that he had served on the board of a subsidiary of the Saudi-sponsored North American Islamic Trust with Jamal Said, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 2007 Hamas funding trial. Asbahi has ties to CAIR's Chicago and Detroit offices, to the Islamic Society of North America, yet another unindicted co-conspirator in the Hamas funding trial, and to other Islamist organizations.

The Minha Husaini connection: The campaign's second Muslim outreach coordinator has an Islamist background, having served as an intern in the Muslim Public Service Network. Immediately upon her appointment by Obama, she met with a group of about 30 Muslims, including such notorious figures as CAIR's Nihad Awad, the Muslim American Society's Mahdi Bray, who has publicly supported Hamas and Hizbullah, and Johari Abdul Malik of the Dar al-Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church, Virginia, who has advised American Muslims: "You can blow up bridges, but you cannot kill people who are innocent on their way to work." (Source: Daniel Pipes)

Information you should have to vote intelligently.

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IDF Women, combat training

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26 October 2008

Combat Game

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Rising Eagle 1.3.0, is a 1.2 gigabyte first-person shooter multi-player game that is free to download and play from the internet. The game includes the Gaza campaign: Israel Golani Infantry vs. Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

Game creator
Yaron Dotan is an Israeli combat veteran and used his experiences in Lebanon as a reference for the game.

The game also has pictures of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad portrayed as a monkey on the walls around Gaza City.


25 October 2008

IDF Machine Guns

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The IDF mainly uses 2 machine guns for infantry functions.

FN Mag
DoubleTapper with the FN Mag

IWI Negev
DoubleTapper with the IWI Negev

FM Mag in center, IWI Negev on left and right IWI Negev Negev machine gun, in standard configuration and with 200-round belt container clipped to the magazine housing

Negev machine gun, with short "Commando" barrel, forward assault grip, red-dot sight and 150-round ammunition container Negev machine gun, with short "Commando" barrel, forward assault grip, laser aiming module and 150-round ammunition container

Negev machine gun with Commando barrel, removed bipod and folded butt stock; note that rear sight is replaced by Picatinny rail

Negev machine gun with Commando barrel and Galil-type box magazine

Negev Standard Negev Commando
Caliber 5,56x45 NATO
Weight 7,4 kg 7,0 kg
Overall length 1020 / 780 mm 890 / 680 mm
Barrel length 460 mm 330 mm
Rate of fire 850 - 1150 rounds per minute
Feed system Belt or box magazine, 30 or 35 rounds

During late 1980's the IDF requested a development of the 5,56mm light machine gun which could complement reliable, but overly heavy 7,62mm FN MAG machine guns for infantry soldiers. The goal was to design a tactical equivalent of the FN Minimi light machine gun, which was tested by IDF but for some reasons was not adopted. First prototypes of the new LMG, developed by Israeli Military Industries Company (now a privately-owned Israeli Weapons Inc) were issued to elite IDF Givati brigade in limited numbers for field testing in 1993. Those early weapons developed a lot of problems with feed reliability and high sensitivity to sand and dust, and further development took about three more years. Starting circa 1996 IMI began to deliver Negev machine guns in limited numbers, and by about 2002 it became more or less a standard issue LMG across the IDF. Negev is favored by Israeli soldiers because it is much lighter and maneuverable than venerable FN MAG, and can be easily manned by single soldier. On the other hand, it is more sensitive to sand and dust that the FN MAG, and requires more care and cleaning; it also lacks the range and punch of the true GPMG, therefore both 7,62mm FN MAG and 5,56mm Negev are used side by side. Negev is a gas-operated, air-cooled light machine gun. It features quick-detachable barrels, with two barrel sizes available – Standard (long) and Commando (short).

Negev machine gun utilizes long-stroke gas piston system located below the barrel. Gas system is fitted with three-position gas regulator, with first (minimum) position used to fire when fed from magazines, second when firing from belts in normal conditions and third – when firing belts under adverse conditions. The gas regulator setting also affects the cyclic rate of fire (position #1 – lowest rate, #3 – highest). The gas piston is attached to the bolt group by dual operating rods, running at either side of receiver, to provide necessary clearance for centrally mounted magazine housing. Barrel locking is achieved by rotating the bolt with four massive radial lugs which engages the cuts in the breech of the barrel.
Firing is from open bolt, and gun provides selective fire capability through three-position manual safety-fire selector, located on the left side of the pistol grip.

Negev machine gun features dual feed system, so it can alternatively use standard disintegrating belts or detachable box magazines. Belt feed unit is installed on the top of receiver, with belt feeding direction from left to right. Belt feed is operated by the side-mounted swinging lever, which is operated by cam track cut in the side of the bolt carrier (system somewhat similar to that used in post-WW2 Czechoslovak machine guns). Magazine housing is located below the receiver, with magazine being inserted vertically up. Ejection window for empty cases is at the right side of receiver, just below the empty link ejection window. By default, magazine housing will accept proprietary box magazines originally designed for 5,56mm Galil assault rifle, with 35-round capacity. An adapter can be installed in magazine housing to use STANAG-compatible (M16-type) 30-round magazines. Belts are usually fed from semi-rigid “assault pouches” with 150- or 200-round capacity. These pouches are clipped to machine gun below the receiver, using special projection at the top which is inserted into magazine housing and locked there using magazine catch. Early pouches were of circular (drum) shape, but later these were replaced with more rigid and reliable pouches of semi-circular shape. When not in use, magazine housing is protected by spring-loaded dust-covers.

Standard furniture includes polymer pistol grip, polymer handguard, and a side-folding Galil-type skeletonized buttstock. A lightweight detachable folding bipod is attached to the gas tube. It is interesting to note that when fitted with short (Commando) barrel and box magazine, and with bipod removed, Negev represents a formidable assault rifle, although it is somewhat heavy by rifle standards. It can be used as an effective CQB weapon, providing high maneuverability in confined spaces, with added benefit of serious firepower, thanks to its relatively heavy and quick-changeable barrel.

Negev LMG in action at night.

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Bielski Brothers in Israel

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Matthew Bielski arrived in Israel this week. He came to stay. He has enrolled in an MBA course at an Israeli University after having completed his Masters at Johns Hopkins.

I met with Matthew and his brother Elan on Saturday night.

Elan (like his grandfather, father and brother were) will be inducted into the IDF next month.

Matthew DoubleTapper and Elan

It was an honor to meet them and to talk with them about their amazing family.

More on the Bielski family here!


24 October 2008

IDF Women

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22 October 2008

President Barack Hussein Obama

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Iran’s parliament speaker Ali Larijani said Wednesday, Oct. 22, that Tehran would prefer Democratic senator Barack Obama in the White House next year.

Just as Europeans are suffering from the Islamitization of Europe.

So will the USA suffer if Barack Hussein Obama wins the election.

EurAbia today...Tomorrow, Saudi America!


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21 October 2008

Bielski Brothers Movie Defiance in the news

From: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0810/S00285.htm

Zus & Son Of Zus: The Defiance Film

By Suzan "Inga" Mazur

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Alexander "Zus" Bielski

One night during the untamed post-Woodstock years living in Greenwich Village, my sister and her husband introduced me to a gorgeous Israeli-American scholar and athlete named Jay, the son of Zus -- Alexander "Zus" Bielski, a WWII resistance fighter and star of the soon-to-be-released Defiance film. Zus along with his brothers Tuvia and Asael formed the "Bielski Brigade", and in the biggest armed rescue of Jews by Jews during the war saved 1,200 of their people from the Nazis by hiding them in the Naliboki forest of western Belarus, where they built a village.

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Tuvia, Asael, Zus

Zus became a de facto father-in-law figure for me during the peace-love days of the 1970s as I fled from starvation as a Hearst magazine writer/editor making $125 a week to the fashion runways of New York.

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Jay Bielski
Photo by Linda Mazur

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Suzan Mazur (right), Photo: Harry Benson (1978), Women's Wear Daily

Zus was a towering, penetrating presence with blue-eyed Russian good looks and a radiant, slightly gapped-tooth smile that flashed a bit of silver. To the Nazis who didn't think he was a Jew -- that smile was deadly. But to me it signaled a great affectionate man, who welcomed me (a shiksa) at his home in the Midwood section of Brooklyn as "Inga!" -- Meryl Streep's character in the Holocaust television series) who he thought I resembled, with or without my Seventh Avenue warpaint.

Really only Antony Quinn makes sense to me as Zus on the big screen. But with both Zus and Quinn gone, we have Liev Schreiber in the role.

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Liev Schreiber as Zus (left), Daniel Craig as Tuvia (right)

Dr. Jay Bielski, now a "happily married" clinical psychologist in New York and the father of four, emailed me saying:

"Schreiber has my father nailed in the Defiance film. . . . Interesting material in imdb.com re Defiance boards. The Poles and Lithuanians with the Belorussians want to sue the Bielskies for murder re the massacre in Naliboki."

Defiance opens in theaters nationwide in December. It was produced at the Lithuanian Film Studio in Vilnius where Weintraub Productions and Warner Brothers shot the TNT Robin Hood series starring Christopher Lee and Matthew Porretta.

Before meeting the Bielskies, I'd already possessed a powerful sense of the Holocaust from working college summers at Grossinger's, the Catskill mountain resort near Woodstock. At Grossinger's the tattooed who gathered around the piano to sing were not rock stars, though some of those concentration camp survivors who were Jenny Grossinger's guests did belong to the Park Avenue crowd.

But the Bielskies were not part of the affluent Jewish tribe who frequented Grossinger’s. Despite their heroism, Zus and his family lived a modest life. They settled first in Israel after the war, living near Holon and for a time at Kibbutz Dan. Then convinced that there would never be peace in Israel, Zus took his wife Sonia and children to America in 1956. He did not want his three sons -- Jay, Zvi and David -- to endure war. (Zvi and David kept in touch with me when Jay left for the Yom Kippur war.)

Sonia Bielski -- the former Sonia Boldo -- was an educated 18 year old raven-haired beauty at the time she bribed a guard at a ghetto in Novogrudok to get lost as she fled to the Bielski guerrilla camp where she first met her future husband -- bearded with bullet belts criss-crossed on his chest. Zus had orchestrated her escape.

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Area map of Bielski Belarus camp

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Bielski Partisan Camp in Naliboki Forest 1943-1944

Sonia gave her first impression of Zus to D.J. Fricke in "He Took On The Nazis", a story for Our Town in 1995 following Zus' death. Zus died of cardiac arrest at age 83. He'd had a "bad ticker" for years and on doctor's orders ate a banana a day.

Said Sonia:

"I never saw a man like that before -- I was afraid to look at him . . But as big and strong as he was, he was very gentle."

She told the New York Times that "she first saw him standing under a tree, a tall, powerfully built man glistening with brass and bandolier. "He was shining."" Sonia also said that Zus tried to get her drunk with vodka following her escape from the ghetto, but that she bargained for a rescue of her parents from Novogrudok before agreeing to "go with him".

Years later, Sonia would give her son similar firm advice: "Leave Suzan in the newspapers."

She may have been right. I never forgot the lessons in toughness I learned from the Belskies when I found myself reporting from a conflict zone.

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Sonia & Zus Bielski
Photo: Courtesy Bielski Family

Zus saw more death and destruction during the war than Sonia, including the loss of his first wife and infant daughter, his parents and two brothers. But Sonia seemed more scarred.

Nevertheless, she was always a gracious hostess. I remember Seder nights at Zus & Sonia Bielski's and the perfectly traditional matzoh ball soup, borscht, carrot tzimmes, cholent, kugel and roast beef followed by delicious sponge cakes with a bit of port.

Then there were weekend barbecues where Zus dressed in Bermuda shorts and sandals would saunter over to the grill, cigarette in hand, and nod approvingly as Jay cooked up some steaks.

Zus would occasionally bark an admonishment to his sons -- who called him "Pop" -- though not in front of me. If I did walk into the room unexpectedly, he'd quickly smile.

There were snippets of conversation at these family meetings about the old days but never an attempt to dwell on their personal suffering. There was similarly a reticence to discuss details of exactly how the Bielskies killed the Nazis. Partly it was viewed as impolite. Partly no one seemed to have pieced together the wartime memories.

Nechama Tec, a University of Connecticut sociologist, took up the challenge of fleshing-out the story of the "forest Jews" for her book Defiance: The Bielski Partisans -- The Largest Armed Rescue of Jews by Jews During World War II (1993), upon which the Defiance film is based. Peter Duffy followed with his book The Bielski Brothers (2003).

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Tuvia, Zus' older brother was in his last years and recovering from serious surgery when I first met him. His brilliant leadership was never properly acknowledged in his lifetime and he struggled to feed his family, working as a truck driver in Brooklyn. Tuvia was eventually given a hero's burial in Israel.

I also knew Tuvia's son Mickey, who I last saw at his home near the beach in Brooklyn. It was the day the lights went out in New York City, as Jay and I would discover on our drive back to Manhattan.

I never had the opportunity to meet Asael. He died in the Soviet army battling the Nazis in East Prussia after leaving the Bielski Naliboki forest camp.

But I did see the youngest brother, Aaron -- who had Americanized his name to "Bell" -- a few times at the Bielski Midwood home. Aaron was a teenager during WWII, and post-war operated a New York taxi fleet. He had a young wife and looked prosperous, always dressed in a jacket and wore a silver ID bracelet.

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Aaron Bielski (front and center)

Taebe, who of the siblings reminded me most of Zus in stature, arrived one Pesach in hot pink lycra stretch pants!

Zus too operated a taxi and trucking company, but preferred working out of a trailer in a garage in Brooklyn, where I once visited him, to the rigidity of a conventional office. He did not seek or need accolades for his wartime courage (or for anything else). The triumph of 1,200 of his people was enough.


Suzan Mazur is the author of The Altenberg 16: An Exposé of the Evolution Industry. Her reports have appeared in the Financial Times, New York Times, The Economist, Forbes, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, Archaeology, Nature and Connoisseur (partial list) as well as on PBS, CBC and MBC. She has been a guest on McLaughlin, Charlie Rose and various Fox Television News programs. Email sznmzr@aol.com


19 October 2008

Barack Obama's Middle Name

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It turn's out his middle name isn't Hussein after all.

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17 October 2008

IDF Women

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16 October 2008

Daily Picture from Israel

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IDF Weapons

FN MAG 58 (7.62x51mm .308)

IWI Negev S.A.W (5.56mm .223)

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IWI Tavor (5.56mm .223)

12 October 2008

Sarah Palin Fashion

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According to Orthodox Judaism, women keep their hair covered when in the company of men other then their husband. Some women chose hats or scarves. While others, wigs!

One way to see who the Jewish community approves of is to look at who they emulate. No self-respecting Jewish woman ever modeled herself after Hillary Rodham Clinton.

But now the Sarah Palin wig is available at Georgies in Brooklyn and its selling like crazy.

Don’t believe me- you can get the Sarah Palin wig here!

I hope they come out with a holster named for her. Mrs. DoubleTapper has a birthday coming up soon.

Hat tip FrumSatire.

Harley Motorcycle Model Picture

Amazingly realistic computer modeled pictures done by a friend of mine (EA). Unbelievable eye for detail, available in hi-res 3d!

This is the guy that helps me with logos and custom pictures for my blog.

If you need any modeling done, I'd be happy to make the connection for you.

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