Nick Searcy's "Capitol Punishment" documentary evinces fascism surrounding Jan 6th vilifications

Actor Nick Searcy provides never before seen footage of the Jan. 6th rally. Searcy interviews those who were arrested in FBI raids. Watch as the police invite peaceful protesters inside as well as footage of those who really led the violence.

Tune in on TV or online (for free) on Thursday, June 9th - 2pmET/11amPT; 7pmET/4pmPT; 11pmET/8pmPT.


Kira Davis in Red State writes: A  press release from a Searcy spokesperson explains the purpose for the film, and why it has been criticized among the progressive set.

The groundbreaking documentary film, Capitol Punishment, is told through the eyes of the people who were there on the ground on January 6, 2021 in our nation’s Capital. The film shares with the world the true story of the events that took place. Everything that we are being told by the media is a lie and Americans are being persecuted to support that lie. The compelling documentary will air three times today on OANN. 

“This film destroys the J6 Committee’s false Insurrection narrative and blows away their treasonous agenda.” says Chris Burgard, the filmmaker. He adds, “January 6th was years in the making and the threat to the survival of America as we know it has never been greater.” 

Nick Searcy discussed with us the problems with the Democratic Party that the movie exposes.

Searcy’s team touts the film as the “true story” of what happened that day.

Searcy and Burgard’s film, Capitol Punishment, stands as a testament to a day of infamy in American history. Told through the eyes of the people who were there on the ground, Capitol Punishment shares the true story of January 6, 2021.

After June 9th, the film may be streamed on a pay-basis on  GiveMeLiberty.Org 


Watch C.P.A.C. live & replays here; Sen. Josh Hawley says Biden ‘emboldened’ Russia in Ukraine by allowing ‘Putin’s pipeline’

by C. A. Bridges, Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Conservative Political Action Conference: The U.S.' most conservative political candidates and activists are gathering in Orlando for a conference to energize their supporters and hone campaign strategies.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis addresses the crowd at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC)
in Orlando, Florida on Feb. 24, 2022. 
(Fox News)

Here's what you need to know about CPAC 2022:

When is CPAC this year?

CPAC 2022 runs from Thursday, Feb. 24, to Sunday, Feb. 27. Events run all day, every day, beginning with a 7:30 Catholic Mass by Father Frank Pavone.

Click here for the schedule of speakers.

What are some of the topics at this year's CPAC?

Along with speeches from governors, senators, representatives, former President Trump and other GOP leaders, the conference is loaded up with special topics. Just some of the items are the agenda include: Domestic Terrorists Unite: Lessons from Virginia Parents; School Boards for Dummies; How to Talk to Your Neighbor Without Starting a Backyard Brawl; Obamacare Still Kills; The Truth about January 6th; Making Middle East Peace Great Again; Lock Downs and Mandates: Now Do You Understand Why We Have a Second Amendment; Put Him to Bed, Lock Her Up and Send Her to the Border; Why the Working Class Hates the Democrats; Fire Fauci; and The Moron in Chief.

CPAC will finish off Sunday afternoon with a live performance by Lee Greenwood.

Where can I watch CPAC?

The easiest way is to go to the CPAC 22 Florida site, where a live stream is on the home page.

CPAC also will be livestreamed on Fox Nation throughout each day of the conference. Fox Nation is a paid site, but they're offering a 30-day free trial with the code CPAC.

Some conservative YouTube channels such as Right Side Broadcasting also are streaming it live. Here you can watch live via this playlist of their videos - beginning with full first days (Day 2 follows Day 1, followed by individual sessions - commencing with the 5th clip (advance via upper right).

On Cable TV (and online), C-SPAN will be providing some roundup CPAC coverage for major speeches. CPAC Day 1 (starting at 1:20 p.m. E.T. Thursday) | CPAC Day 2 (starting at 11 a.m. Friday) | CPAC Day 3 (starting at 3:15 p.m. Saturday) | Former President Trump speaks at CPAC (starting at 7 p.m. Saturday) 

Some events that are open to the public, such as the keynote address, may be broadcast on media outlets.

Will President Trump be at CPAC this year?

Former President Donald Trump is expected to deliver the keynote speech at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26.

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Will Ron DeSantis be at CPAC this year?

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will be speaking at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24.

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L.A. Sheriff Alex Villanueva responds to constituents about effects of politicians' defunded policing and vaccine mandates / I.D.'s

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva addressess Town Hall meeting audience of Children's Health Defense at the Lighthouse Church in Santa Monica, California - January 11, 2022. Original video by Democracy Broadcasting TV.

How Los Angeles politicians' response to 2020 "Defund the Police" movement has affected policing and safety. (2:35)

L.A County Sheriff Alex Villanueva on digital Vaccine I.D./ Passports for indoor entry. (2:34)

L.A County Sheriff Alex Villanueva entertains audience questions on wokist illiberalism and transit safety. (5:18)


While genuine threats abound, why does Democrat D.o.J. divert towards 'Republican political threats'?

"DOJ targets political threats when REAL threats abound" by Mike Huckabee 18 January '22

Pakistani-Briton, Texas synagogue hostage-taker,
Mr. Malik Faisal Akram (photo: Sky News)

A Dallas/Fort Worth-area rabbi and several others are taken hostage by an armed Pakistani-born terrorist at Congregation Beth Israel on Saturday 15 January. The terrorist reportedly wanted to negotiate for the release of, well, another terrorist, dubbed “Lady al-Qaeda,” who is serving more than 80 years in prison in Fort Worth for trying to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan. After more than 10 hours, the rabbi throws a chair at the terrorist and enables the whole group to escape. An FBI Hostage Rescue team finally closes in, and fortunately the terrorist is the only one who ends up dead.

Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, known to congregants as “Rabbi Charlie,” is a hero; he credits training he got from police and the FBI. As the hours ticked by, he knew the terrorist was aware his negotiations were not getting him what he wanted, and the situation was deteriorating. The terrorist had become “belligerent and threatening,” the rabbi says, and had said he expected to die. Rabbi Charlie knew from his training that they had to get out of there somehow. Here are the details of what happened inside that synagogue.


Apparently, the armed man didn’t even have to sneak into the synagogue. Rabbi Charlie had invited him in out of kindness because he appeared to need shelter, and the rabbi says he “didn’t hear anything suspicious” as he brewed a cup of tea for his guest. But while they were praying, he heard the click of the man’s gun.

Biden’s first reaction was a vapid claim that they didn’t yet know the motives of the hostage-taker. But the FBI later admitted the obvious and released a statement calling the ordeal “a terrorism-related matter, in which the Jewish community was targeted” and said the Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating.

Fine, but Miranda Devine --- writer for the New York Post and author of LAPTOP FROM HELL --- says that “the attack is a reminder of times in the not-so-distant past, when Islamic terrorism was considered a far greater threat than a MAGA supporter, and the national security apparatus was deployed to protect American citizens, not attack them.” If the FBI is busy chasing down conservative parents who protest at school board meetings, for example, could it be that “the organization has taken its eye off the infiltration into our country of a terrorist like like Akram”? That sure would explain a lot.


Devine makes the point that Democrats are using the Capitol Hill riot as a pretext for hunting their political enemies, not the real threats. Her opinion piece on this is a must-read:.


So, tell me, FBI, how did this terrorist, the late, not-so-great Malik Faisal Akram, from the U.K., manage to fly into JFK Airport and then disappear into this country? According to his brother, “He’s known to police. Got a criminal record...was suffering from mental health issues.” He had no apparent means of support. He listed a hotel in Queens as his destination but traveled to Dallas, where he stayed at a homeless shelter for a week and bought a gun, apparently on the street.

A New York Post editorial put it this way: “American travelers put up with a vast amount of security theater --- millions of man-hours lost each year to unpredictably long TSA lines; intrusive pat-downs; the whole take-off-your-shoes-and-belt rigamarole. Yet the vast security apparatus can’t screen out a mentally ill Muslim extremist?” They’re right: This guy was such a screwball, he made news in the U.K. for being banned from a court after ranting about 9/11. We’re now hearing that he was known to MI-5, the British counterpart to our FBI.

Over-incarcerated, Jan 6,'21  Trump-rallyer's
held as Democrats' political prisoners
(collage: World Tribune)

Meanwhile, our “Justice” Department has created a “Sedition Task Force” to investigate Trump supporters for attempting to “overthrow the government” and has put Capitol Hill rally attendees on no-fly lists. The government has set up a National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The national security apparatus has been weaponized against conservatives. But, hey, welcome to America, you disturbed, U.S.-hating Islamic terrorist!


When DOJ resources are directed for political reasons to what is wrongly labeled a domestic terrorist threat –- such as conservatives daring to question the honesty of the 2020 election –- that means real threats like this Malik Faisal Akram get to waltz right in. 

The attorney general, to please Democrats who accuse him of “inaction,” bragged last week about the enormous array of resources they’re devoting to their investigation of January 6, as if Trump supporters were the worst threat to America since the Civil War. (Actually, many leftists, the ones who watch too much MSNBC, believe that.) Meanwhile, a rabbi and several in his congregation came close to losing their lives.


Steve Hilton, on this weekend’s “The Next Revolution,” asked guest Tulsi Gabbard what she thought of the deputy Attorney General’s condemnation of anyone who is “anti-authority” for being part part of what he calls domestic violent extremism. And I have to say that, even though she’s in the Democrat Party for some inexplicable reason, she gave an answer that made a lot of sense --- an answer that one might even expect to hear from a Republican.

“I think it’s really important to bold, highlight and underline what he said,” she told him. “...The authorities of the Biden administration are targeting Americans for holding anti-authority views. That is authoritarianism. And what does that mean to us, here at home? We’re supposed to just sit back passively, follow along, put those blinders on and do whatever they tell us to do? That undermines the heart of our democratic republic, that undermines the essence of our Constitution...”

“...This is where they’re exposing their anti-liberty, anti-democracy mindset, which is so dangerous.”   (article continues below)


The American (Islamist) campaign to extricate lady Aafia Siddiqui from prison

by Steven Emerson of I.P.T. News

Most Americans may not have heard of Aafia Siddiqui before Saturday, when
Malik Faisal Akram, an Islamist gunman entered Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, outside Dallas, and took the female rabbi and three congregants hostage. Thankfully, the standoff ended without any hostage being harmed.

But for many American Islamist groups, Siddiqui is a martyr, "another victim of the U.S. war of terror."  In rallies and seminars throughout the past year, groups including the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) and the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Council for Social Justice demanded that Siddiqui be freed.

Ms. Siddiqui was sentenced to 86 years in prison after her 2010 conviction for attempting to kill U.S. personnel in Afghanistan who were preparing to interrogate her. She was able to grab an M4 rifle and, according to her indictment, open fire. Her shots missed and she was wounded by return fire.

When she was arrested, she was carrying "documents that discussed the construction of weapons, referenced a 'mass casualty attack,' and listed a number of New York City landmarks," the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals noted in rejecting her appeal. Some of those documents were in her handwriting and had her fingerprints on them.

"The strength of the government's case was overwhelming," the court found.

After she was shot, she struggled with the Americans. A witness heard her say, "I am going to kill all you Americans. You are going to die by my blood." While recovering from her wound at Bagram Air Base, Siddiqui asked people guarding her about the penalty for attempted murder and "said that she had picked up a rifle with the intention of scaring the American team and escaping; and (4) noted that "spewing" bullets at Americans was a bad thing."

In addition, Siddiqui had a family connection to 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed. She moved from the United States to Pakistan after the al-Qaida attacks, telling a psychologist who interviewed her that "Americans were intending to abduct Muslim children and were converting them to Christianity."

In Pakistan, she married K.S. Mohammed's nephew.

The court record and Siddiqui's family connections have gone unmentioned during the recent events advocating for her cause. So, too, has the way terrorist groups see her as a "superstar."

"On several occasions, both the Taliban and Islamic State have asked for either the release or extradition of Dr. Siddiqui in exchange for U.S. captives," Joe Kasper, deputy chief of staff to then-U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter told the Los Angeles Times in 2014. Kasper, the story said, had access "to communications with the militant networks."

ISIS, for example, made separate offers to free American hostages James Foley and Kayla Mueller in exchange for Siddiqui. The Taliban also reportedly offered prisoner swaps to free Siddiqui. Both hostages were murdered.

A third terrorist group, Jabhat al Nusra, trained an Ohio resident named Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud to plot a terrorist attack on the Texas penitentiary where Siddiqui is serving her sentence, George Washington University's Program on Extremism noted in a 2018 report. According to a prosecution sentencing memo, "Siddiqui's conviction and imprisonment at a federal facility in Texas was a rallying point for Al-Qa'ida and other terrorist groups," and Mohamud researched information about the prison. He planned "to execute 'something big' like travelling to Texas, where Dr. Siddiqui was being held, capturing three or four soldiers and killing them execution style."

At an October rally held in New York sponsored by more than a dozen groups, including the Aafia Foundation, CAIR, AMP, and the Muslim American Society, speakers claimed that her arrest and conviction were actually part of a war waged on Islam.

"Aafia is our Statue of Liberty. Aafia's hijab is our crown," said Yousef Baig, whose Facebook page indicates he used to work for CAIR's Houston office. "She is our sister. So why are we here today? We're here for Aafia. She carries our faith in heart, just like brother [Mauri] Saalakhan said, she is a hafiza [memorized the Quran]. She carries our faith within her, and our faith has been assaulted when Aafia was assaulted. Our religion, our book, our faith was desecrated when she was tortured. And our prophet is disappointed because we have not done enough for her."

The United States government denies Siddiqui was ever mistreated.

Muslim Americans need to stand up for Siddiqui, said former CAIR-Florida Executive Director Hassan Shibly, who also painted a picture of recently deceased American political and military leaders "answering for their deeds" in the afterlife.

"Our sister Aafia Siddiqui's imprisonment is a test for us more than it is a test for her. Allah is testing us," Shibly said at the New York rally. "What are we doing to stand for our sister, for her family, for all those victims of the United States war of terror against the Muslim world. She is another victim of the U.S. war of terror. And the perpetrators will be held accountable, if not in this life, in the next. Rumsfeld, Bush senior, Powell, they are all answering for their deeds at this very moment. And they must answer for each and every Iraqi, Afghani, Pakistani, every person of color, every person throughout the world whose blood has been shed."

Siddiqui "embodies a political prisoner," antisemitic activist Linda Sarsour said during a November webinar sponsored by CAIR-Texas. "And I see her in the same realm that I see Imam Jamil and Leonard Peltier, and many other former black Panther party leaders and others who have been subjected to torture and subjected to solitary confinement and subjected to things that no human being should be subjected to in our incarceration system. I believe like you said, you know, no one was killed. To have an 86-year sentence when no one's life was taken is absolutely outrageous. And I'm sure that the general American public will say whatever you believe that Dr. Aafia did, the fact [is] that there are no dead bodies."

CAIR was quick to condemn the incident and claim that it stands with the Jewish community. But that solidarity is opportunistic.

CAIR lauds Siddiqui, but overlooks her antisemitic statements, including demanding that no Jews be allowed to serve on her jury.

CAIR double downed in defending its San Francisco chapter leader, Zahra Billoo, after she gave a speech in November urging an audience to "pay attention" to just about all facets of the American Jewish community. The "polite Zionists" are still their enemies, she said.

"They are not your friends," she said. "They will not be there for you when you need them. They will take your friendship and throw your Palestinian brothers and sisters under the bus."

No one in Congregation Beth Israel had anything to do with Siddiqui's case. It appears that the gunman chose to target Jews at a synagogue near her prison.

Steven Emerson is executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, the author of eight books on national security and terrorism, the producer of two documentaries, and the author of hundreds of articles in national and international publications.

Copyright © 2022. Investigative Project on Terrorism. All rights reserved.


Holiday parade marches through Hollywood - how well is the State being led?

US Marines guide The Nutcracker balloon
at the Hollywood Christmas parade
A study published in September 2020 claims that Wuhan Virus cases in the US first rose the same month that the Hollywood Christmas Parade aired on TV in 2019. Associated Television (in conjunction with the City of L.A) stages and films the parades weeks before they're broadcast (so the outbreak was not causal), but this 2021 Parade could be seen as book-end,
2-year milestone of the pandemic.

Prior to the parade, a red-carpet is staged for Hollywood celebrities and politicians to appear before their, respective, fans and constituents. A few of them spoke with us about their experience over the past - nearly 2-years - of pandemic, national (and state) electioneering, and government mandates on vaccinations and vaccination I.D.'s.

Rioting B.L.M. youth destroy an L.A.P.D. patrol car

We asked the iconic actor, Eric Estrada, who portrayed "CHiPs" California Highway Patrol officer "Ponch" Poncherello - about the effects of the left-wing, Defund the Police movement's budget re-allocations for "community groups' to reduce crime.

The B.L.M. protests bolstered the election of leftist District Attorneys in N.Y., and California who so liberalized prosecutions, they increased armed assault, robberies, and crime in both L.A. and San Francisco.

We inquired of Calif. State Senator Maria Elena Durazo, that why, despite California having one of the lowest infection rates in the country at (0.22 per 100,000) after 20-months, why did Gov. Gavin Newsom renew his Emergency Powers through the end of March- longer than 2-years?

The 501st Legion Stormtrooper Cosplay'ers
led by Emperor Palpatine and his commanders
Katy Grimes in the California Globe (11/11/21) wrote:

The real benefit to the governor’s emergency powers has already played out, but appears to be on track to continue: unchecked powers; a compliant, uninvolved Legislature; emergency executive orders making law, no-bid contracts, increasing vaccine mandates (K-12 and now children ages 5-11), employer vaccine and mask mandates; and provides county public health officers unchecked power. If Gov. Newsom’s emergency powers end, so do the mandates. And the executive orders.

Vaccine supply article (Photo: KTLA-TV )
Lynette Romero field-reports for KTLA-TV's Morning News and co-anchors on the weekends. We asked her about the role that corporate (and corresponding political) influences play in shaping news story selection and editorial angles. We are interested in reference to news-story partiality (rather than objective reporting) regarding the Wuhan Virus origins, government lockdowns, school closures, vaccine (and mask) mandates (and hesitancy), and vaccination I.D's.

Ms. Romero replied: "I've never had corporate tell me how to do a story. ... People say all the time you have to be an objective reporter. You have to be a fair reporter. You know, we are human beings. So we bring our perspective, our culture, our beliefs, our values with whatever we do - and that's what makes us human beings. But your job as a journalist is to be fair and to be accurate - so that's what we do!"

One of the other Parade co-hosts, Montel Williams, made the news in 2019 when 2001 news pictures of
Montel described Kamala as his girlfriend.
Ron Galella Collection via Getty in Daily Mail
his relationship with Kamala Harris
(which originally appeared in Ebony and Jet) turned up. According to an Inside Edition TV show report from 2019, “At the time, Harris was an under-the-radar lawyer in San Francisco.” Ms. Harris was actually a prosecutor at the San Francisco City Attorney's Office. The couple walked the red carpet together at the Eighth Annual Race to Erase MS which Mr. Williams was diagnosed with in 1999.


But once Ms. Harris became District Attorney of San Francisco in 2004,

Harris oversaw more than 1,900 marijuana convictions in San Francisco, previously unreported records from the DA’s office show. Her prosecutors appear to have convicted people on marijuana charges at a higher rate than under her predecessor, based on data about marijuana arrests in the city. (San Jose Mercury News 9/11/19)

News about her former relationship might have become sticky when Montel, a proponent to legalize marijuana for medical remedies such as his Multiple Sclerosis, got involved in the business of selling marijuana derivative products.  "Montel Williams Starts Medical Cannabis Company for MS and Other Chronic Diseases" in Multiple Sclerosis News Today (9/15/2016)

"Williams is considered one of the highest-profile advocates for medical cannabis in the country, and he has been using cannabis products — at the advice of his doctors — to help manage his MS symptoms.

Mr. Williams served as a host of the Hollywood Parade both in 2018 and 2021, but when we got to speak with him in 2018, his characterization of Democratic Socialism may reveal another reason the Sanders-drawn Democratic Party may have preferred journalists not publicize candidate Harris' prior relationship with him. 


Samuel Anthony wrote in American Thinker: "Too many friendships and families have been divided by politics lately, and this tribalism only benefits the politicians, not the people they are supposed to be serving. We need to end the tribalism and bring back civic discourse in which we as a nation can come to a consensus on the correct course of action for each issue. That will include compromise, a delicate art that seems lost as everything these days is viewed as a zero-sum game. 

Our country was not founded on the premise of one viewpoint dominating the other. It was intended that we compromise, and in the end we have the freedom to choose; not to be dominated by a ruling elite. Politicians have forgotten, they are our equals, citizens of the United States, not superior to us. 

It is time to end the tribalism of left versus right, male, female, black and white and to realize we are one tribe seeking the same goal. We are Americans, and all any of us wants is to live our lives without being subjugated by a ruling elite. A return to our founding principles will cure the division and end the corruption."

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White House importing Europe's troubles with Afghani immigrants on sex-crime and Islamist allegiance

Afghan Brought to U.S. by Biden Accused of Raping Teenage Girl in Montana by John Binder in Breitbart News, 21 Oct '21
Pres. Joe Biden and Zabihullah Mohmand, 19,
charged with rape. (Photo: Western Journal)

A Muslim Afghani, 19, brought to the United States by President Joe Biden’s massive resettlement operation out of Afghanistan, is accused of raping a teenage girl in Missoula, Montana.

Montana Talks reports that Zabihullah Mohmand arrived in the U.S. on “humanitarian parole,” the process by which the Biden administration has brought tens of thousands of Afghans to the U.S. over the last two months. 

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) told Montana Talks that “this situation and others across the country raise serious concerns about whether the Biden administration is meeting its obligations to fully vet Afghans prior to resettlement.” 

Congressman Matt Rosendale (R-MT) released a similar statement

The charges against the Afghan male come after two Afghan men at Fort McCoy in Monroe County, Wisconsin, are being prosecuted for separate charges of domestic abuse and child sex crimes.

In those two cases, one of the Afghans is accused of strangling and suffocating his wife, whom he has allegedly abused for years. The other Afghan is accused of molesting 12-year-old and 14-year-old boys and threatening them with violence if they reported the abuse.

Two Afghan refugees staying at Fort McCoy charged with violent crimes

Here is another incident involving the newly arrived refugees resettled in the US following the Democrats' botched evacuation of Afghanistan in August.

According to ABC News' El Paso affiliate, KVIA-TV, the FBI is investigating the sexual assault of a female Fort Bliss soldier by several male Afghan refugees at the Army’s Doña Ana Complex camp where thousands are currently being housed.

“We can confirm a female service member supporting Operation Allies Welcome reported being assaulted on Sept. 19 by a small group of male evacuees at the Doña Ana Complex in New Mexico,”- Fort Bliss Public Affairs spokeswoman, Lt. Col Allie Payne said in an emailed statement.

"The Risks Afghani Male Immigrants pose to Western Europe and America's Dilemma" by Dr. Nasrin Parsian, Ed.D  (asylee from Islamist  Iranian).

As Afghanistan saw a great power change that is now in the hands of Taliban. The change in government of Afghanistan results in higher rate of migration. A large number of people of Kabul migrate to different countries as a result they face migration setbacks. Many studies shows that during the time of this political crisis, the ideas are generated that only America can stand against Taliban. But according to different researches, from 2017 'til today many Afghan males migrate to Turkey. (Hakimi, 2021)

Europe seen a large number of immigrants from different countries and now it’s the time for Afghanis. There are different issues and challenges that are faced by hosting countries as well as immigrants, most of them had no passport or any other document of identification. America started their identification process through screening and they identify thousands of immigrants that came from Afghanistan only.

Different countries, including Albania, set their camps to identify immigrants. U.S aimed to reject their migration policy this time as they did during Syrian civil war. Now Europe is going to implement the policy of pushbacks which results in inhumane behavior against immigrants. This time, the rulers of European nations want to keep away immigrants of Afghanistan. Migrants have been living in camps in poor condition. They feared Taliban and wish to flee from Afghanistan because they claim that there is no employment for them in Afghanistan due to continuous war and political distress. On the other hand, European countries refuse them asylum in these countries. (Matthew Dalton, 2021)

The president of Turkey said that Turkey is not made compensate these immigrants that came from Afghanistan and applied for European countries. There are different setbacks that are faced by afghan immigrants the first and foremost issue is access to the country where they want to go. They faces issues in filling their application and the process are also create issues for them because they have no documents to prove their identity. The host countries most of the time refuses them to take asylum in their country due to large number of migrants already living in their countries. (Robert Burns, 2021)

U.S withdraw its 20 years military possession in Afghanistan so many researchers write the fall of America’s military favored by the people of America but the world saw this change as the end of U.S neoliberalism. After U.S withdrawal from Afghanistan people of this region fear of Taliban, especially women and girls, due to strict Islamic policies and those males who work with Americans. It led to large number of migration from Afghanistan to different countries - but most of the countries denied absorbing such large number of people in their country. People saw that America lost its imperialism in Afghanistan, but also expect that it must its play its due role to help people of this country that are suffering from war and other issues in Afghanistan. One of the most prominent problems is unemployment in their own America. (Blake, 2021)


"Democrat Antisemitism: It's Not Just the Squad, but the Entire Party" Op/Ed by Laureen Lipsky

Congress-people who regard themselves The Squad members
"Democrat Antisemitism: It's Not Just the Squad, but the Entire Party" Op/Ed by Laureen Lipsky

Moderate Democrats point that ‘it’s just The Squad’ but it is time to say the quiet part out loud: from remaining silent on the antisemitic Iran Deal to not supporting the U.S. embassy move, to re-instating funding to the Palestinian Authority and Hamas, supporting the antisemitic Black Lives Matter -- it’s the whole damn party.

DNC Chair L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa had to force 3 votes as 2012 Democratic National Convention rejected a traditional platform amendment supporting Jerusalem as an undivided city, September 5, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  
In the Democrat party’s latest unsurprising political stab against Israel, on Sept. 21st, House Democrats voted against funding Israel’s aerodynamic defying defense system. $6.3 billion for African refugees remained in place. Israel’s famed Iron Dome has prevented not just the deaths of numerous Jews, Muslims, and Christians living in the only Jewish country, but averted more frequent large-scale defense wars with two of Iran’s proxies: Hamas and Islamic Jihad. Though the Iron Dome will continue in operation via a stand-alone bill which was passed days later, due to the realization of diplomatic suicide, the Democrats are solidifying their hatred of Jews, both in Israel and domestically.  

A ‘Moderate’ Democrat currently occupies the White House, who has a massive history of antisemitism. In 1982, then Senator Biden threatened to cut aid to Israel which prompted Israeli Prime Minister Begin’s most famous speech, “I am Not a Jew with Trembling Knees.” Jihad Joe, as he should be aptly titled, made the latest Hamas war against Israel, this past May, possible by reinstating funding to the terrorist Palestinian Authority, and provided ‘humanitarian aid money’ to Gaza which is equivalent to funding Hamas as Hamas not so surreptitiously steals 10% of such ‘aid.’ But most damning was the easing of economic sanctions on Iran, which rapidly funded Iran’s terror proxies against Israel. The entirety of the Democrat party remained silent as Biden attacked Israel through his antisemitic policies. To add further insult, Democrats had the temerity to establish a ‘Palestinian’ Affairs consulate in Jerusalem. His Vice President is of the same antisemitic stock; just recently, Kamala replied with "your truth should not be suppressed" to a George Mason University student who spewed lies about Israel's 'ethnic genocide.'