Muslims slaughtering Muslims

| Tuesday, February 15, 2011 | 0 comments |
Indonesian Muslims celebrate “Interfaith
Harmony Week” by slaughtering other Muslims

by NewsCorp Australia

DISTURBING video has emerged of a bloody religious mob attack in Indonesia that killed three members of a minority Muslim sect, showing extremists beating and stoning their victims to death.

The incident, involving more than 1000 Muslims who stormed a house in West Java yesterday to stop the minority Ahmadiyah Islamic sect from holding worship, has been condemned by the government and rights activists.

Footage of the attack – which came at the start of “interfaith harmony week” in the mainly Muslim country – shows police doing nothing as scores of Islamic fanatics go berserk with stones, knives and sticks.

Shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is Greatest) and “kafir” (infidel), the mob brush aside a lone police officer and launch a sustained attack on the house, as a small group of Ahmadis try briefly to defend the property.

Defenceless and half-naked Ahmadi men are then shown being beaten and stoned to death in the mud outside the house. Their bodies are pelted with stones and desecrated as members of the mob laugh and take pictures.

Communist View of Democrat Party Before 2010 Election

Resolution on the November 2, 2010 midterm election — "All hands on deck to defend and extend our gains"

...therefore be it Resolved, That the Communist Party USA is committed to joining in the broad all-peoples' coalition to defeat the ultra-right in the mid-term elections and help elect more pro-people, pro-labor, pro-immigrant rights, pro-peace candidates including members of our own Party running for election or reelection.

That voter education on life-and-death issues of jobs, health care, and preserving the homes of millions from foreclosure will be key to victory. The Party should produce our own "People Before Profits" election platform for mass circulation.

That we will join or, when necessary, initiate voter registration drives to enroll new voters.

That we urge Districts, Clubs, and Party members to volunteer to phonebank, go door-to-door, travel to battleground states. That victory depends above all on an effective "get-out-the-vote" campaign in the lead up to the election and on election day, November 2. That this mobilization needs "street heat" to fire up the people.

That our clubs participate in the 2010 elections through coalition work that builds a solid base for the struggle after the elections. Clubs should target organizations and key neighborhoods for signing up readers to the People's World/Mundo Popular and new Party recruits strengthening both the CPUSA and the unity and action of the people's movements.


The Toyota Death Panel

by John Hayward

Remember when our Toyotas went all “Maximum Overdrive” and tried to wipe us out last year? Defective automobiles would suddenly accelerate without warning, putting the lives of helpless passengers on the line. The media and government went ballistic. War was declared on Toyota, complete with congressional hearings.

Toyota wound up halting sales on eight of its most popular models, including the Camry, one of the best-selling cars in the United States. The New York Times reports the company paid $48.8 million in fines, and saw its sales drop 0.4 percent in 2010.

It turns out these cases of “sudden acceleration” were not defects in Toyota automobiles at all. After a 10-month investigation, the government concluded the incidents were mostly caused by floor mats interfering with the accelerator pedal, and drivers accidentally hitting the gas instead of the brakes.

Coincidentally, the same government that tried to burn Toyota at the stake over a manufactured “crisis” just happens to own a competing auto company. No need to worry, because back when Ray LaHood was warning consumers not to touch the Killdozers lurking in their garages, a White House flack assured CBS News that the government’s stake in General Motors “would not have any impact on this Administration's commitment to making sure that Americans are kept safe on our roads.”

The Toyota scare was just the latest in a long series of orchestrated crises, in the tradition of the Alar scam of the 1980s, or DDT hysteria before that.

The vindication of Toyota should be a huge story. It involves millions of dollars in damage to a private-sector corporation, the suppression of exculpatory evidence, and a swarm of parasitic lawyers. Instead, the news is treated like the correction to a minor spelling error in yesterday’s horoscope section of the newspaper.


Raising Awareness for... Stupidity?