Friday, September 23, 2011

Mr Freeman: Letter

24 September, 2011
Isaac Alp Bradley

Mr. Freeman

I saw your interview on TheBlaze, where you describe the Tea Party as raciest.

Sir with all due respect, I believe you are mistaken, of the millions of Tea Party members are all of them racist hate mongers? Who are drooling for a chance to hang black people from the trees, as Representative Andre Carson suggested or as Representative Maxine Waters stated the Tea Party members should spend eternity roasting in hell.

Sir, is the Tea Party a group of hostage takers or terrorist? Or Hobbits escaped from the Shire? Maybe just crazy people who need mental health evaluations?

No sir, we are what was formerly known as the silent majority and after years of our elected officials pissing on us and saying “Its just rain, back to work”.
We are tired of it and we are not going to remain silent any longer.

Perhaps you could compare any Tea Party rally to any leftwing/ Progressive protest; I would suggest that you could start with the Wisconsin anti republican protest and compare that with the Washington D.C. Tea Party protest

There may be a few racists in the Tea Party, we have a big political tent, but I firmly believe more racist can be found at the NAACP or the DNC than any Tea Party rally.

Sir we want the government and the people who work there to mean what they say and say what they mean. We mostly want to stop the runaway growth of the government; we want a spending cut to actually be a cut not a slowdown in growth, we want to end the unfair alliance between the Unions and elected officials and the cozy relationship between industry and elected officials.

Sir we are tired of the political left (including most of the media) going out of there way to destroy the traditions and values of this nation (for example, happy holidays as opposed to merry Christmas), the never ending attacks on Christianity but the constant apology for and appeasement of Islam.

We have heard the cry of racism so much it is loosing it power. I would remind you of the story of the boy who cried wolf.

Last of all we do not care about the color of the president, it is his neo-socialist habits we are against, if Bill Clinton had done the things President Obama has done we the Tea Party would feel the same way about him.

Isaac Alp Bradley
Just another Hobbit

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Palestinian Statehood: Letter

14 September, 2011
Isaac Alp Bradley

Palestinian Statehood, An open letter to the United Nations; and by extension Europe and all of Asia.

If you and your nation support the drive for a Palestinian state would you also support reordering the borders of Europe to the borders of 1936?

If the Israelis must accept un-negotiated borders then it would only be fair if the Russian Federation give back all that Stalin stole.

If you would compare a map of Europe of 1936 to a map of 1946 the Russians owe a lot of land to a lot of people. I am sure the Japanese would like the Kuril Islands back.

Of course Turkey will be more than willing to renounce there claims to Cyprus.
China will jump to renounce there claims to Taiwan, Kashmir, Tibet and welcome home all expatriates.

I am sure India too will renounce all claims to Kashmir right after England gives up its claim to Northern Ireland.

Will there be a UN office in charge of reimbursing people who happen to be Jewish for there losses when they where pushed from there originating countries? Let’s say from 1946 and onward.

Would you please ask the Arab League why the Palestine refugee camps are not disbanded or why are refugees forced to stay in camps? Of course I could ask the UN its self why under resolution 31/15 of 11-23-1976 and resolution 34/52 of 11-23-1979 two resolutions passed but contradict the:
1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees a refugee is a person who:
owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable, or owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside the country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to return to it.

There is no room under this definition for a descendant of a refugee to be considered a refugee. Yet the UN solved this problem by creating a loophole – the usual refugee conventions do not apply to people receiving aid from UNRWA (and only Palestinians receive aid from UNRWA).
So what about Jewish refugees? If one follows the above definition (or loop hole) as it applies to the Palestinians, then the more than 600,000 Jewish refugees from Arab countries who came to Israel after 1948 were nonetheless still refugees even after receiving Israeli citizenship, as are all their descendants (since, in these claims, descendants of Palestinian refugees are themselves considered refugees, even if they have acquired citizenship, such as Palestinian refugees in Jordan). Where as there would be in Israel today, at least 4 million Jewish refugees from Arab countries, will the UN issue them a check?

At the end of the day there will be never be peace as long as there exists groups of people who can not stand the idea of the State of Israel and are more than willing to spill blood, when Iran achieves there goal of a nuclear weapon would you buy land in Tel Aviv ? The only relative safe city will be Jerusalem.
Turkey has more or less declared war on Israel by announcing that it will send war ships to Gaza. Will the United Nations approve that too?
It would be nice if the UN could at least pretend to be impartial.
Oddly enough the only nation that needs nuclear weapons is Japan, as that is the only way they will be on equal footing with there neighbors, after all there is no reason for Japans neighbors to have any respect for Japan. A weak aging nation forever hiding behind the United States, constrained by its past, haunted by its future, full of brilliant vibrant people trapped by culture of surrender.

Isaac Alp Bradley


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