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These are all the Blogs posted on Friday, 23, 2009.
Friday, 23 January 2009
Music for a wet weekday morning in suburbia

Brian Protheroe  Pinball

From 1974. Brian Protheroe and Pinball. There doesn't seem to be any video of Protheroe performing this song - just this montage of still photos.

 

Posted on 01/23/2009 5:10 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Friday, 23 January 2009
Douglas Murray banned from chairing Islam debate at LSE

From The London Evening Standard
Douglas Murray, a self-confessed “neo conservative”, was due to chair “Islam or Liberalism: Which is the Way Forward?” at the university tonight — 24 hours after the end of a week-long sit in at LSE in protest at Israel's attacks on Gaza.
The commentator and author, who is the director of conservative think-tank the Centre for Social Cohesion, said: “This is back to the bad old days of the LSE — where the most violent get to dictate people's education. It is worse than censorship — it's intimidation.” The debate, which is set to go ahead, is between Dr Alan Sked, a senior lecturer in international history at the university, and Hamza Andreas Tzortzis, a Muslim writer and lecturer.
The LSE asked Mr Murray not to attend in the interest of public safety as his presence could provoke further unrest. A spokesman added: “He has spoken at LSE in the past and will be welcome to do so again in the future.”
I have put this on quickly - I will return if I can find out who they think will be acceptable and safe to chair this debate. Tariq Ali or Salma Yaqoob perchance?

Posted on 01/23/2009 6:36 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Friday, 23 January 2009
Babies and creche leader murdered in Belgium

I have managed to get a rough translation from the Flemish/Dutch of this report of this mornings incident at the creche in Dendermond in Belgium. The Belgian paper De Standaard has more details than the BBC or The Times at the moment.  It seems that one woman and two babies were killed (earlier reports were that the death toll was higher) but more are in hospital.
 In Saint-Gilles in Dendermonde, three deaths in a cross party in a day nursery. Er heerste aanvankelijk verwarring over het aantal slachtoffers. There was initial confusion about the number of victims. Volgens informatie die officieel bevestigd werd, zijn twee kinderen en één vrouw omgekomen. According to information that was officially confirmed, two children and a woman died. Er zijn 13 gewonden gevallen: 11 kinderen en twee volwassenen. There are 13 injured: 11 children and two adults. Een aantal van hen zijn in kritieke toestand. Some of them are in critical condition. De dader is aangehouden. The culprit is arrested.
At the time of the offenses were 18 children and 6 adults present.
Interior Minister Guido De Padt (Open VLD) and Prosecutor Christian Du Four confirmed at a press conference that the offender has been arrested. Het gaat om een 28-jarige man die geen identiteitspapieren bij zich had. It is a 28-year-old man with no identity documents with them had. Volgens de burgemeester van Dendermonde, Piet Buyse (CD&V), was de man vanmorgen vroeg al gesignaleerd in het centrum en het station van de stad. According to the mayor of Dendermonde, Piet Buyse (CD & V), was the man reported early this morning in the center and the station of the city. Zijn aangezicht was naar verluidt zwart-wit geschminkt. His face was said to be black and white paint.

De dader kwam vanmorgen om 10 uur met de fiets aan bij het kinderdagverblijf. The culprit was this morning at 10 o'clock with the bike at the nursery. Hij drong binnen met de smoes dat hij een vraag had, en ging onmiddellijk naar de afdeling van de baby's. He called in with the excuse that he had a question, and went immediately to the section of the babies. Daar begon hij in het wilde weg te steken met een mes. Since he started in the rough road with a knife stabbing. De man trok vervolgens naar een tweede afdeling en viel ook daar kinderen aan. The man then went to half department and was also children.
 

The staff of the day the man tried to stop them but focused on them. Bij dat gevecht raakten de zes personeelsleden allemaal gewond. In that battle the six employees were all injured. Een van hen overleed. One of them died. Twee anderen werden naar het ziekenhuis overgebracht. Two others were transferred to the hospital. De paniek bij de kinderen was enorm, degenen die al konden lopen, probeerden weg te vluchten. The panic among the children was huge, all those who could walk, tried to flee away. Dat maakte het voor het personeel moeilijker om hen te beschermen voor de dader. That made it difficult for staff to protect them for the offender.

Na zijn moordpartij sloeg de man met de fiets op de vlucht. After his murder hit the man with the bike on the flight. Rond half twaalf werd hij opgepakt in de buurt van een Aldi-vestiging in Lebbeke. Around half past eleven, he was arrested in the vicinity of an office in Lebbeke Aldi. Hij werd daar opgemerkt door een politiepatrouille. He was out there by a police patrol.

Over de dader is momenteel nog niet veel bekend. About the offender is still not known. De man zou bijzonder mager zijn en rood haar hebben. The man would be very lean and have red hair. Volgens een ooggetuige was de man opvallend rustig. According to an eyewitness, the man remarkably quiet. Op de persconferentie wilden de procureur en De Padt absoluut geen verdere informatie over de dader vrijgeven. At the press conference were the prosecutor and the Padt no further information about the offender release. Het is dus onduidelijk of de man psychiatrisch patient is, zoals verschillende bronnen melden. It is therefore unclear whether the man psychiatric patient, as several sources reported. Hij wordt deze namiddag nog voor de onderzoeksrechter geleid.

The children who were present in the day were all between 0 and 3 years old. In de ziekenhuizen werden van alle slachtoffertjes digitale foto's gemaakt. The hospitals were all victims of digital photos. Die werden daarop verstuurd naar het dienstencentrum de Zonnebloem in de Breestraat in Dendermonde, waar de ouders werden opgevangen. That was then sent to the service in the Sunflower Breestraat in Dendermonde, where the parents were collected. Aan de hand van de foto's moeten de ouders hun kinderen herkennen, ze mogen hen niet bezoeken in de ziekenhuizen. On the basis of the photos, the parents recognize their children, they may not visit them in hospitals.
I run a creche for a week every year during my church's summer holiday club. I have to do a risk assessment, thinking about things like choke hazard of toys with too small components to be suitable for the under threes, food allergy, things that could cause a child's death but not through malice. I never expect to have to deal with a knife wielding murderer. But it sounds like these leaders defended the children with their lives.
Update, the fourth death reported earlier transpires to be a duplicate report of the death of the second child. The perpetrator has not yet been identified but he is believed to be from Gremburgen. He is reported to have no identity papers about his person, to have given several different names and to be laughing in a "strange manner" and to be showing signs of intoxication.

Posted on 01/23/2009 7:50 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Friday, 23 January 2009
Are Jews and Muslims Cousins?

Our man in Tripoli has many talents including that of op-ed contributor to American's newspaper of record. Qaddafi's answer to the Arab-Israeli conflict? Surprise. "The one-state solution." He even has a name for it, "Isratine." (Thanks to del for bringing this to our attention).

The following lie contained in this op-ed is repeated so often, and is so seldom refuted, that it has become part of the conventional wisdom. To wit: "Jews and Muslims are cousins descended from Abraham." That is simply not true. At the beginning of Muhammad's career, he claimed to be the Messiah and demanded to sit upon the throne of David. The first and most obvious objection to this claim was that Muhammad was not Jewish. He got around this problem by claiming to be a descendant of Abraham through the bastard line of Ishmael (Abraham's son with his concubine, Hagar). The Qur'an says Hagar and Abraham both traveled all the way to Arabia, however, the bible chronicles the fate of the descendants of both Isaac and Ishmael (sometimes referred to as the Hagarites). Both lines are described as remaining in the area of Palestine. Ishmael is described as helping with his father's burial in Hebron, which would be impossible if he traveled to Arabia as a baby and stayed there.  The only reasonable explanation of a genetic relationship between modern day Muslims and Jews is that many Muslims are descended from Jews who were conquered centuries ago by the Muslim Arabs. They are not "cousins" both descended from Abraham. That is a myth.

This myth is also used by Muslims to make the claim that Islam is an "Abrahamic religion," even though Islam is built upon the rejection of Hebrew scripture as being corrupt. Religion is a set of beliefs about the nature of reality, not a material line of descent. How is it we have grown so careless with definitions and so confused about simple concepts? According to Bat Ye'or, moral confusion is the beginning of dhimmitude.

Posted on 01/23/2009 7:40 AM by Rebecca Bynum
Friday, 23 January 2009
A Cartoon Interlude (With Apologies To A.A. Milne)

Vinni Pukh.

 
Enjoy!
Posted on 01/23/2009 8:38 AM by John Joyce
Friday, 23 January 2009
The Terrible Warning of a Holocaust Survivor

Douglas Davis, former Sr. Editor of the Jerusalem Post, writes in The Spectator (with thanks to "The Law"):

At my dinner table on Friday night, a holocaust survivor admits that she is trying to persuade her son to take his family out of Europe to America, Canada, Australia, Canada, Australia, Israel...’They say they can’t leave me, but I tell them: “Go, get out. My parents left my grandparents behind in Berlin and brought me to safety in England. Now I want you to leave so that my grandchildren will be safe.”’ There is an unbearable desperation in her plea. But she has a point.

As tens of thousands of demonstrators march through the streets of Europe, the chants are modified but the message remains substantially intact: ‘Hamas, Hamas, Hamas — Jews to the Gas’. Or, more simply: ‘Death to the Jews’. Many European Jews, even well-established, affluent Jews, have been checking the suitcase they keep packed under the bed. They have been here before and many are (albeit reluctantly) reading the writing on the wall.

To some extent I thought I was inured. I grew up in postwar apartheid South Africa where a subtle undercurrent of anti-Semitism was a fact of everyday life. So while I was disturbed by manifestations of mob anti-Semitism, I was also less vulnerable to shock. That’s just how people are. Living in genteel, leafy Hampstead Garden Suburb provides an additional layer of protection from such crass outbursts.

But my sanguine state ends abruptly when I am out walking on Saturday. A hundred yards from my front door, I encounter the slogan, freshly painted in yellow, across the pavement: ‘Kill the Filthy Jews’. I am shocked. And shocked that I am shocked. The message is too close for comfort. The leafy gentility is, after all, an illusion.

Those who study these matters tell me that the current convulsion of anti-Semitism is the worst in a generation. They also say that there is a direct, causal link with the Israeli military operation against Hamas in Gaza. Once upon a time, anti-Israel protesters insisted they were motivated by political animus against Zionism rather than racial prejudice against Jews. The Hamas Charter, which sets out of the guiding principles of the Islamic Resistance Movement — xenophobic, racist and anti-Semitic — removes the distinction.

Keep reading here.

Posted on 01/23/2009 10:51 AM by Rebecca Bynum
Friday, 23 January 2009
A Musical Interlude: When Youth Passes (Vadim Kozin)
Posted on 01/23/2009 8:53 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
Friday, 23 January 2009
More On The ACLU TIZA Suit

As noted by Rebecca earlier, the Minnesota ACLU chapter has done something that many of us thought impossible in light their strategic alliance with several Muslim Brotherhood front groups. They announced bringing a law suit against a predominately Muslim charter school the Tarek ibn Zayed Academy (TiZA), the Minnesota Department of Education, its Commissioner, as well as the Inver Heights school board for the alleged misuse of taxpayer funds because of alleged violation of the First Amendment, “promotion of religion”.  These abuses were effectively chronicled in several columns of former Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist, Katherine Kersten.

Kersten noted this about the schools founders and associations:

Its co-founders, Asad Zaman and Hesham Hussein, were imams, or Muslim religious leaders, as well as leaders of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota (MAS-MN).
Since then, they have played dual roles: Zaman as TIZA's principal and the current vice-president of MAS-MN, and Hussein as TIZA's school board chair and president of MAS-MN until his death in a car accident in Saudi Arabia in January.
TIZA shares MAS-MN's headquarters building, along with a mosque.

The Minnesota Department of Education was prompted by Kersten’s reports and complaints filed by Minnesota citizens to investigate allegations about whether TiZA had crossed the line and engaged in promoting Islam to its predominate immigrant Somali Muslim students and, basically, with few exceptions, gave TiZA a political pass.  The Minnesota Department of Education report indicated that TiZA Academy complied with most state and federal laws, but wanted TiZA to take corrective actions regarding Friday prayer services at the school and ordered to make bus rides home available right after school ends, instead of after a voluntary after-school religious program. The Minnesota chapter of the ACLU was prompted because of the allegations to conduct its own investigations.

On Wednesday, the ACLU announced that it was bringing suit in Federal District Court against TIZA, the Minnesota Department of Education and the education Commissioners for violating the First Amendment by “promoting religion”. Note this WCCO report:

The ACLU names TiZA, the Minnesota Department of Education and Education Commissioner Alice Seagren, the school's sponsor, and several school leaders in the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court.

The lawsuit claims the school's sites in Blaine and Inver Grove Heights are leased from Muslim organizations that have benefited from the arrangements.

The lawsuit also alleges that TiZA has violated the First Amendment by preferring the Muslim religion over others. For example, the school allows prayer sessions during school hours, prefers Muslim dietary practices by serving certain foods and endorses Muslim clothing rules, according to the lawsuit.

The ACLU says state education officials have allowed the school to continue the alleged illegal activity and have failed to properly oversee the school's operations.

Having written about the TiZA and other Muslim organized charter schools in Ohio, California and Georgia, we hope that the Minnesota ACLU law suit will begin to turn the tide of Islamization of the public sponsored and taxpayer funded schools in America. The irony in all this is that the courageous Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist, Ms. Kersten, ended her metro columns on January 9, 2009. She will be missed and frankly should be given a journalism award for her breakthrough undercover work on TiZA.
Posted on 01/23/2009 9:23 AM by Jerry Gordon
Friday, 23 January 2009
Committing Pilgery

There is no shortage of journalists on the Left for whom attacking the West, particularly America, is more important than consistency, proportion or moral sense. Thus they ally themselves with North Korea, or China - or Islam, for that matter - simply because those countries or ideologies oppose Western democracy.

John Pilger is a particularly egregious example of this kind of useful idiot. His very name, which means "pilgrim" is holier-than-thou. Of Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims he is the Pardoner, cold-blooded and self-righteous. This self-styled "voice of conscience" inspired the late Auberon Waugh to coin a verb "to pilger", meaning to report in a sensationalist manner in order to reach a foregone conclusion. Noam Chomsky, whom Pilger resembles in his pained expression and his useful idiocy, wrote that pilger and pilgerise were "invented by journalists furious about his incisive and courageous reporting, and knowing that the only response they are capable of is ridicule". Incisive, perhaps, like the dog that bit Jacques Chirac, and courageous in the Yes Minister sense.

I think Pilger is a bilger. David Thompson seems to agree:

Here’s a taste of Mr Pilger’s idealistic anger, from the pages of the New Statesman:

Returning to Texas, I am struck again by those so unlike the redneck stereotype, in spite of the burden of a form of brainwashing placed on most Americans from a tender age: that theirs is the most superior society in the world, and all means are justified, including the spilling of copious blood, in maintaining that superiority.

No evidence is advanced to support this claim of “brainwashing” and no explanation is offered as to why so many actual Texans should have escaped its burdensome effects. Though the reader is left to presume that, however this brainwashing works, it leads inexorably to a presidential “blood fest” and the “killing [of] yet more brown-skinned people.” The same article also tells us that “Condoleezza Rice… has worked assiduously to deny the Palestinians justice” and states as fact “liberal democracy’s shift towards a corporate dictatorship.” Sadly, the particulars of such things are left to the reader’s wilder imaginings.

[...]

Pilger described British, American and Australian troops as “legitimate targets” and revealed the true, fiendish scope of America’s ambitions: “Unless the United States is defeated [in Iraq], we’re likely to see an attack on Iran, we’re likely to see an attack on North Korea and all the way down the road it could be even an attack on China within a decade.”

China indeed. Based on the above, andmuch elsebesides, it isn’t clear how such a worldview could help those “brown-skinned people” who, reasonably enough, prefer democracy to despotism. One might, though, note that Mr Pilger is much more animated by the diabolical schemes he ascribes to America, with its designs on China and rampant “brainwashing,” than he is by, say, North Korea’s concentration camps and gas chambers.

Such is the voice of conscience. Hear it roar. 

Posted on 01/23/2009 10:09 AM by Mary Jackson
Friday, 23 January 2009
The tasteless resourcefulness of commerce

Charles Moore, whose justly favourable comments on the BBC's dramatisation of The Diary of Anne Frank I quoted last week, writes:

If you Google Otto Frank, and then pick up the entry on him from the Encyclopedia Britannica, and its cross-ref to ‘Anne Frank’s Attic’, you suddenly find yourself in a pile of advertisements for ‘Heritage Loft Conversions’. The tasteless resourcefulness of commerce is truly an amazing thing.

Not quite so grotesque, but equally discordant are those advertisements for Muslim Marriage Websites that pop up, bizarrely, on Islam-critical websites such as Front Page magazine. Promising a doe-eyed, smiling hijabette, they are quite at odds with the featured interview with Robert Spencer or article about Geert Wilders. I haven't seen them at Front Page lately, so perhaps they have been banished. You certainly don't get them here.

Posted on 01/23/2009 10:51 AM by Mary Jackson
Friday, 23 January 2009
A Letter From France

Sent  via the Simon Weisenthal Foundation:

"I am sending you this e-mail regarding the situation in France concerning the Israeli offensive in the Gaza strip. I doubt I will tell you something that you already don’t know, but still, things look pretty grim right now. We already reached an all time low in this country during the second Intifada. The phenomenon which appeared during that time, especially in the high schools located in the Parisian suburbs, where the majority of the students are Muslim, has not disappeared.

To summarize in a few words a very complicated and painful situation, it is impossible for an individual, whether a student or a teacher, to say that you are a Jew. If you say so, youll end in a hospital. Dont show any hostility to Al-Qaeda, or Hamas, youll be exposed to the same kind of violence. You can also talk to some of these kids, theyre open to discussion. Many of them dream to become a martyr and blow up themselves. Its after all understandable, thats what they hear in their mosque.

The situation right now is much worse. And its only the beginning. We had demonstrations every Saturday in every big city in France, and also smaller cities, against the Israeli bombings in Gaza. Theres nothing wrong with that per se. We live in a democracy after all. These demonstrations have a different flavor. The 20.000 people demonstrating in Paris were not in the streets to claim peace but to shout that Israel should be destroyed. Israeli flags were burned, the support was for Hamas, not Fatah (as you know, this organization has betrayed his own people), and you could see giant pictures of Nasrallah. One of the sentences you could hear, repeatedly, was Death to the Jews and the Zionists. This was going on in Paris among other places. Two weeks ago the demonstrators stopped Place de lOpera, shouted Allah is great and prayed [to] Allah. This is a fact, not bad science-fiction. In Mulhouse, the demonstrators wanted to end the day at the synagogue, and destroy it. The police prevented it.

Its a pretty bad time right now to pray in a synagogue in the eastern part of France bombs are being thrown once in a while, lets say once a week or in a Parisian suburb.

Now, who are these people? Where do these demonstrators come from? You have the usual suspects like the Communist party, the various Trotskyites parties, members of the National Front, people known to be close to revisionists groups and, mainly, ordinary people, from North Africa who suddenly claim that Allah, Hamas and the destruction of Israel matter more than their French citizenship. What we saw in the past three weeks were the first massive Islamic demonstrations in France. And theyre not going to disappear like that. A peace agreement in the Middle-East wont make things disappear.

Just this week-end, a famous French stand-up comedian called Arthur could not perform in a French city. There too many demonstrators outside the concert hall, the police could not manage security inside the building. Now, who is Arthur? A Zionist loony? Someone who said death to all Palestinians? Arthur did not even give his advice about what's going on in the Middle-East. He's just a Jew. Obviously a crime nowadays.

I sometimes wonder how people are going to react to this situation. Not Jewish people. For them, we already know. But lets say my colleagues at (media outlet deleted), in the place known to be one of the center of the so called French elite.

A few of them dont enjoy these demonstrations. Only a few of them. The vast majority doesnt understand the danger Israel is facing with Hamas, Iran and Hezbollah. They dont understand the danger our country is facing with a growing minority who believe that the law of the French republic matters less than the Islamic law. It is a problem, a huge one.

Sincerely yours,

Name Withheld

Posted on 01/23/2009 11:09 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
Friday, 23 January 2009
A Wedding In Jordan
Posted on 01/23/2009 3:14 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
Friday, 23 January 2009
A Musical Interlude: Let's Misbehave (Irving Aaronson And His Commanders)
Posted on 01/23/2009 3:35 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
Friday, 23 January 2009
Broadcasters refuse to air Gaza charity appeal

The Guardian reports on a pathetic attempt by the BBC to pretend it is impartial. (I don't particularly like posting stories from The Guardian, but, although I read this story in the print edition of The Times, I can't find it in the web edition.)

The BBC has refused to broadcast a national humanitarian appeal for Gaza, leaving aid agencies with a potential shortfall of millions of pounds in donations.

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), an umbrella organisation for 13 aid charities, launched its appealtoday saying the devastation in Gaza was "so huge that British aid agencies were compelled to act".

But the BBC made a rare breach of an agreement dating back to 1963 when it announced it would not give free airtime to the appeal. Other broadcasters then followed suit. Previously, broadcasters have agreed on the video and script to be used with the DEC, with each station choosing a presenter to front the appeal, shown after primetime news bulletins.

The BBC said it was not the first time broadcasters had refused to show a DEC appeal.

The corporation said it had been concerned about the difficulties of getting aid through to victims in a volatile situation. The BBC, which has faced criticism in the past over alleged bias in its coverage of the Middle East, said it did not want to risk public confidence in its impartiality.

The DEC's chief executive, Brendan Gormley, said the decision could have a big impact on its appeal. "We are used to our appeal getting into every household and offering a safe and necessary way for people to respond. This time we will have to work a lot harder because we won't have the free airtime or the powerful impact of appearing on every TV and radio station."

DEC appeals have recently raised £10m for the Congo and £18m for Burma.

Gormley rejected the BBC's claim that it was difficult for aid to reach those in need, saying 100 lorries a day were entering Gaza. He challenged the corporation's concerns about impartiality. "We are totally apolitical and are driven by the principles of the Geneva conventions in terms of impartiality and neutrality. This appeal is a response to those humanitarian principles. The BBC seems to be confusing impartiality with equal airtime."

A BBC spokesperson said: "Along with other broadcasters, the BBC has decided not to broadcast the DEC's public appeal to raise funds for Gaza. The BBC decision was made because of question marks about the delivery of aid in a volatile situation and also to avoid any risk of compromising public confidence in the BBC's impartiality in the context of an ongoing news story. However, the BBC will of course continue to report the humanitarian story in Gaza."

It's a bit late for the BBC to worry about appearing impartial in its coverage of the Middle East. If it cared that much, it would reveal the detailed content of its own report on anti-Israel bias. And of course its concerns are not genuine; it is merely portraying itself as the victim of some great Zionist conspiracy to deny aid to those poor Gazans.

About those poor Gazans - there are some very wealthy members of the Ummah living fairly close by. Let them send aid. Not a penny should come from the West.

Posted on 01/23/2009 3:45 PM by Mary Jackson

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