Clock Boy Father a 9/11 Truther

All #muslims are #terrorists #islam is evil

I am an #Infidel

Reclaim Our Republic

Iran-Clock
October 16, 2015 By Arnold Ahlert

The story of Texas ninth-grader Ahmed Mohamed, made famous by his homemade “clock” that resembled a suitcase bomb, has taken a curious turn. His father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed has parlayed accusations of Islamophobia with regard to the school’s caution into a political attack against the United States for its complicity in the 9/11 atrocity—in all its “Truther” glory.

This is Mohamed’s second foray into one of the radical left’s favorite fever swamps. Last month, one day after the fourteenth commemoration of 9/11, Mohammed posted a Sept. 12 Facebook photo of the burning towers, using his Sudanese National Reform Party page. The page, which has since been taken down, asserted that 9/11 was an inside job. Here is a translation of a statement included with the photo written by Asad al-Barari:

The Events of September 11th:

There is a saying, “The hater writes them; the…

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5 Lies.

what is holding you back?

J.L. Pattison

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For a long time, I lied to myself about being a writer by telling myself things like “writers are poor,” “you can’t make a living as a writer,” and “writing novels isn’t a career option.”

And these lies writers tell themselves (aka: limiting beliefs) were holding me back from being the writer I dreamed of being.

It’s true that as writers, we often have limiting beliefs we operate under, most of the time subconsciously. But there are five specific limiting beliefs that are not only untrue, but that will also keep you from reaching your writing dreams.

Find out what those 5 lies are at Helping Writers Become Authors.

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He Said That? 10/10/15

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

From Laurence J. Peter (1919-1990), Canadian “heirarchiologist,” The Peter Principle (1968):

Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on or by imbeciles who really mean it.

The Peter Principle is highly recommended. It is a short work that will change your thinking more than a library full of classics of organization and management theory. It’s better than an MBA degree, and a lot cheaper.

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Quotes: Boots.

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face–forever.”

– George Orwell

From 1984

“There will be little resistance to the boot on their necks. As long as the people are entertained they will eventually grow to love the boot.”

– J. L. Pattison

J.L. Pattison

image“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face–forever.”

George Orwell

From 1984

“There will be little resistance to the boot on their necks. As long as the people are entertained they will eventually grow to love the boot.”

– J. L. Pattison

From The Visitor

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Putin to Charlie Rose

ed note–please compare this rational, logical man to ANY average politician (or even for that matter, to any average American) whose heart beats in perfect rhythm and syncopation with the drumbeat set by Israel and by organized Jewish interests in general.

Pay close attention to Putin’s smile at Rose’s idiotic question concerning ‘what Assad is doing to his people and to the refugees?’. Priceless.

The Ugly Truth

ed note–please compare this rational, logical man to ANY average politician (or even for that matter, to any average American) whose heart beats in perfect rhythm and syncopation with the drumbeat set by Israel and by organized Jewish interests in general.

Pay close attention to Putin’s smile at Rose’s idiotic question concerning ‘what Assad is doing to his people and to the refugees?’. Priceless.

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