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From the Pen of David Horowitz: November 26, 2009

November 26, 2009


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  1. smithwinston permalink
    November 26, 2009 4:40 am

    I was unable to view part 2 of this video. Appparently it was filmed May of 2008, and is quite old, I am not sure why it is posted today.

    I was able to watch however, the most recent video, of November 4, 2004 at USC, and was a bit surprised at Mr. Horowitz’s speaking style. He is soft spoken, and measured in his responses, but capable of projecting outrage at the hypocrisy and injustice of the lefist-Islamo alliance without apology, when necessary.

    Additionally, Horowitz appears to not suffer fools lightly, and is a bit impetitious in dealing with the “students” inane ignorance, both willful and unintentional, in the Q and A sessions. This is a breath of fresh air, in that he treats some of the indoctrinated students and their lack of connection with reality, as they properly should be treated, in annoyed, yet informative manner. I know just how frustrating it is to try to bring believers towards the light. There is a block, that hinders their minds from analysing the facts, and seeing truth. That mental block is as Horowitz described, “the religion”, of liberalism, which feeds on emotions, and good intentions.

    I thought some of the statements he made, e.g., “the Arabs (like Nazis) want the Middle East Judenrein”, “we would carpet bomb rocket positions, attacking America”, and that “There’s only one set of facts “, (in response to that girl’s mention that there are various “interpretations to the Jewish land issue), and this gem by Horowitz, my favorite by the way, “…its only an issue (the settlements) because the Arabs are racist, and I’ve yet to hear world leaders say that.”

    Well, he is of course 100 percent correct, though I am not too happy that America is as he said, “a polyglot nation”, this is why America cannot sustain its current form in the near future.

    Is the second part of the May, 2008 video available? What was on it that we should have looked for?

  2. smithwinston permalink
    November 26, 2009 4:41 am

    November 4, 2009…sorry.

  3. November 26, 2009 6:59 am

    A good exercise for naive, liberal minded undergraduate student would be to experience one month in the middle east, living under Sharia Law to get a real taste of what they are fighting for? After all, a test drive is always a good idea, no?

    Nathan R. Jessup

  4. politicalmoxie permalink
    November 26, 2009 3:58 pm

    Dear Mr. Horowitz,

    How do you do what you do?

    I’d have to have Zantac delivered by hand-truck with a side of Zanax for good measure!

  5. Truthteller permalink
    November 27, 2009 9:09 am

    It’s truly funny that Horowitz should complain about ‘slander’ attacks rather than commenting on the intellectual component of his ads. Horowitz, shockingly so, is famous for slanderous attacks, and guilt by association and innuendo. Perhaps he should take some of his own medicine.

    One wonders where Horowitz was in the 80’s when Claire Sterling (her book THE TERROR NETWORK was published with secret CIA backing) argued, with overwhelming conservative support, that ALL TERRORISM stems from the USSR. It was clearly wrong then (despite the book being assigned in my undergraduate class), and I assume Horowitz would argue now that her thesis (and the CIA’s) was incorrect. Will he admit to such?

    • November 27, 2009 10:06 am

      Horowitz, shockingly so, is famous for slanderous attacks, and guilt by association and innuendo. Perhaps he should take some of his own medicine.

      Examples please.

      One wonders where Horowitz was in the 80’s

      One doesn’t need to wonder where Horowitz was in the ’80s. He’s written about where he was and what he was doing in his autobiography, “Radical Son.” Have you read it “Truthteller”? Have you read any of Horowitz’s books?

      • Carterthewriter permalink
        November 27, 2009 10:20 am

        He really can’t, his moniker is a falsehood, itself.

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