Nov 132017

I’m Proud to Be a Christian Zionist’: Steve Bannon Gets Standing O from Leading Jewish Organization

by AMANDA HOUSE, Breitbart, 13 Nov 2017
Quoted in it’s entirety…”The Zionist Organization of America’s annual awards gala gave Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon three standing ovations Sunday after the former White House chief strategist delivered a fiery speech praising President Donald Trump’s leadership in the Middle East and calling on America’s Jewish community “to bind together and work as partners” in his war against the GOP establishment.
“As the storm clouds are rising in the Middle East … we’re leading an insurgency movement against the Republican establishment and against the permanent political class in Washington, D.C.,” Bannon told the crowd.

“There are so many games being played by the establishment … You get double dealt all the time,” Bannon said. “That’s how you get the Iran Deal. And that’s how we still allow the American government to finance people that have blood on their hands of innocent Jewish civilians.”

“It is time for us to act,” Bannon said, addressing the Jewish community and other American supporters of Israel, “and I believe the only way to act is not through moderation. I am not a moderate, I’m a fighter. And that’s why I’m proud to stand with the state of Israel. That’s why I’m proud to be a Christian Zionist. That is why I’m proud to be a partner of one of the greatest nations on earth and the foundation of the Judeo-Christian West.”

Calling Trump “the strongest supporter of Israel, since Ronald Reagan,” Bannon recalled President Trump’s inauguration speech:

“On the 20th of January, 2017 … President Trump said we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones to unite the civilized world against radical terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth.”

“President Trump knew that 100 years from now that speech… will be looked at and studied. And look what he did, in the first 9 or 10 months of his administration, he destroyed the physical caliphate of ISIS.”

“In 2014, ISIS had 8 million people under their reign,” Bannon added. “It was one of the largest, most productive countries in the Middle East and, in the first nine months of President Trump’s administration, it’s eradicated.”

“People forget that the ‘opposition party’… the geniuses on Morning Joe, every morning will tell ya ‘oh, you know, President Trump is just following through on Barack Obama’s plan.’ — Yea? I don’t remember ISIS being eradicated on [Obama’s] watch,” Bannon declared, to many in the crowd’s great approval.

Bannon also praised Trump for calling together the “Arab and Muslim Summit” in May to talk about stopping the expansion of Iran and “to talk about how we are going to stop the games that everybody is playing on financing radical Islamic terrorism in the West — in Europe and in the United States.”

“Finally,” Bannon said, “someone took a stand.”

But, Bannon predicted, “We have a long, dark valley to go through, folks. Iran, Turkey, Hezbollah, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. The Middle East right now is on a knife’s edge. It’s going to take strong leadership.”

“As the radical left tries to nullify … the 2016 election,” Bannon went on, Trump is under pressure in Washington. “President Trump needs our back because we’re a nation at war, and this war is only going to be won if we bind together and work as partners.”

“I’m proud to be a Christian Zionist,” Bannon repeated, concluding his speech, and eliciting a standing ovation from the gala crowd.

Joining Bannon on the speakers’ list were a who’s who of American Zionists, including law professor Alan Dershowitz, Trump-appointed U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, former Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT), and Sen. Tom Cotton (D-AR) — a group ZOA President Morton Klein called “arguably the strongest group of public Zionists in America.”

Other former Trump administration officials were in attendance, including Sebastian Gorka and Sean Spicer.

While originally slated to speak, Republican megadonor and ardent Zionist Sheldon Adelson was unable to attend. Bannon lauded Adelson though, saying 2016’s “victory would not have come without one other person besides Donald Trump: Sheldon Adelson.”

“It is not about resources, it’s about counsel, guidance, and wisdom,” Bannon said. “You gotta remember, folks, we were down by double digits almost the entire time. When we closed the gap and finally got within shouting distance, Billy Bush weekend happened. And you know what most of the establishment Republicans do when things get tough: they cut and they run.”

“Sheldon Adelson didn’t cut and run. Sheldon Adelson had Donald Trump’s back. Sheldon Adelson offered guidance, and counsel, and wisdom of how to get through it. He was there for Donald Trump about how to comport oneself and how to dig down deep. And it was his guidance and his wisdom that helped get us through.”

Following Bannon’s speech, Klein took the stage, saying “All over the internet, there are people calling me an unhinged bigot who is promoting [and] mainstreaming Nazism because we proudly brought Steve Bannon to the Zionist Organization of America,” referencing the false accusations that Bannon is anti-Semitic.

“If Steve Bannon was an anti-Semite or racist, ZOA would be at his throat, not giving him a podium to speak,” Klein said previously, ahead of Sunday night’s gala.

Nov 132017

Or until the kneelers are fired…. We play by the rules and we expect them to play by the same rules.

We stopped watching Jimmy Kimmell, Jimmy Fallon and the other Liberal Progressive guys on late night TV because of their seriously leftist, anti-America “jokes” and now we’re going to boycott the sponsors of NFL football too until someone connected to NFL management gets their common sense back. It’s supposed to be football, not “Foolball” so until the fools decide to play by the rules and stand for the Anthem we  will boycott the sponsors.

Nov 132017

Football isn’t fun anymore. Race was supposed to be irrelevant especially in sports which was supposed to foster teamwork and cohesiveness but the kneelers show us race is always front and center whenever African-Americans and European-Americans are together.
Decades of Affirmative action and college quotas to get more educated African-Americans show how little attitudes have changed from when Jackie Robinson started playing professional baseball in 1947, seventy (70) years ago. Was Jackie Robinson a mistake that got America to black skinned NFL kneelers disrespecting America? Probably not, at least in this writers opinion.

Affirmative Action began in 1961. The Supreme Court rules in Brown v Board of Education in 1954 seven years after Jackie Robinson. Yale, Harvard, Princeton and U of P began lowering their entrance standards to admit African Americans. Michelle Obama commented on race in her senior thesis after she attended Princeton. Were those massive mistakes? No, of course not. Do the kneelers think about those events? Probably not. Were those preferences the right thing to do? No one knows for certain but Barack Obama was elected twice mostly by white people. Does that mean there is no race-based human preferences. Emphatically no, of course not.

The disrespect for America by the African-American NFL players and many other prominent African Americans like LaBron James won’t balance out Obama, Oprah, Whoopie and all of the other African-Americans who have achieved fame and fortune in America. Race based preferences will always be with the human race. Choice and analysis and conclusion is part of the nature of each individual human. There will never be sufficient justification for lowering standards to select African-American’s over European-Americans. That said, there must be a lowering of something to get African Americans into the game which is the premise behind Affirmative Action.

Studies show that European Americans favor darker, suntanned European Americans over non-tanned European Americans but the darker skinned bias doesn’t go much deeper when it comes to other decisions.
What’s going to happen to the kneeling and the protesters? Part of it has already happened. Fewer fans and less revenue to the NFL. The longer it continues the deeper race divisions in America will get.
It’s a basic law of the universe. Every action has an opposite reaction. Black protests lead to white protests and it will get worse for everything and everywhere it can get worse.
Race isn’t self-healing. Race based genocide in Southern Africa is probably the worst example of where race-based hate and division will go. It takes a great effort of will to move people against inborn choices but in the public squares of America that’s how it’s going to continue to go even if some few black footballers don’t like the speed of the forced integration. .