Carly Fiorina, “Gaslighting”, Islam, Her Relationship To Clinton Global Initiative, and Progressive Agenda…

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Operation Hummingbird” is dependent upon the general Republican electorate/audience and media consumer being swayed by optics and manipulation as a strategy.  In essence full-throated “gaslighting“.

Cutting through that intent and getting to the substance of truth is really not too difficult, but you won’t find many outlets (new media or old) willing to go there.  However, as you are aware for us the Truth Has No Agenda, and Sunlight Is The Best Disinfectant.

We begin by watching this video of Carly Fiorina appearing on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and the discussion of a Muslim candidate eligible as U.S. President:

Just sticking with raw data, and trying to avoid injecting opinion, now consider this:


Thank you for those nice words, Mr. Chairman.

It’s an honor for me to be here this morning. This is the perfect place to host a meeting on the future of the Middle East. The leadership of Arab-Americans in this community – and in the state of Michigan – has been nothing short of dazzling, and I want to thank you for hosting us here this week.

A great deal of time will be spent at the conference this week focusing on the problems of the Arab world. I want to kick things off here today instead by asking you to imagine the possibilities…to imagine what the Gulf region would be like if Arab countries were at the forefront of the global economy…to imagine what the world would be like if Arab nations were the world’s leading force for enlightenment and inclusion…to imagine what the future would be like for a Middle East rooted not in conflict, but anchored in partnership.

Two years ago, less than two weeks after the tragedy of September 11th, I gave a speech in Minnesota in which I said it didn’t take much to imagine that kind of world because we have seen that world before. All it takes is for us to think back to another time, to a civilization that was once considered the greatest in the world.

It was a civilization that was able to create a continental super-state that stretched from ocean to ocean, and from northern climes to tropics and deserts. Within its dominion lived hundreds of millions of people, of different creeds and ethnic origins. One of its languages became the universal language of the world, the bridge between the peoples of a hundred lands.

And this civilization was driven more than anything, by invention. Its writers created thousands of stories. Its poets wrote of love, when others before them were too steeped in fear to think of such things. When other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive.

While modern Western civilization shares many of these traits, as I said to the audience that day in Minnesota, the civilization I’m talking about, of course, was the Islamic world from the year 800 to 1600, which included the Ottoman Empire and the courts of Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, and enlightened rulers like Suleiman the Magnificent – rulers who challenged our notions of self and truth; who contributed to our notions of tolerance and civic leadership; whose leadership led to 800 years of invention and prosperity.

As we meet to think about the civilization that exists on that same land today, I ask you to imagine for a moment what a leader like Suleiman would say if he could somehow be here today, and see what the world has become.

I think he would be pleased at how much the world has learned from the example of the open, cooperative society that enlightened the world all those years ago. The Islamic example has helped create a world where democracy and transparency and rule of law are empowering people and taking them to new heights. (read more)

Please read the entire speech and pay close attention to the closing paragraphs. What you will note is an almost eerie similarity to current Secretary of State John Kerry vis-a-vis the “Jobs for Jihad” program he, and his globalist co-horts, have been advocating for the past three years.

Read everything written by Fiorina and then reference/remember the words used by State Department Spokesperson Marie Harf – they are almost identical.

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Next example – look at the following reception by Professor Al-Hassani, the Chairman of FSTC, at the conference “La Deuda Olvidada de Occidente he is responding to the speech of Carly Fiorina and the intended audience in the Mid-East:

[…]  In this presentation focus will be on the other manner by which history is distorted: that is, the suppression of centuries of contribution to modern civilisation by the Muslim world. This negligence is apparent in academia, in the media and in the educational curriculum and associated history books, especially those aimed at the general public. The focus on this issue is to alert communities as to the particular significance of the Muslim civilisation and its historical role in giving birth to much of modern science and technology.

The following words by a famous lady well describes this situation and the debt that world history owes to the civilisation created by Muslims. They were pronounced by Mrs. Carleton S. Fiorina, chairman, president, and CEO of Hewlett-Packard Company (1999-2005) in a discourse on 29 September 2003:

[…]  When other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive.

When censors threatened to wipe out knowledge from past civilizations, this civilization kept the knowledge alive, and passed it on to others. While modern Western civilization shares many of these traits, the civilization I’m talking about was the Islamic world from the year 800 to 1600, which included the Ottoman Empire and the courts of Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, and enlightened rulers like Suleiman the Magnificent.

Although we are often unaware of our indebtedness to this other civilization, its gifts are very much a part of our heritage. (read more)

Professor Al-Hassani was rejoicing that Carly Fiorina was asserting without Islam there would be no U.S.A., no America, no exceptionalism.  This is the exact approach of the U.S. State Department, Charles Rivkin Project, we originally exposed in 2012.

The Rivkin Project was/is a U.S. State Department program with a specific goal to remove national pride and identity in favor of a more global worldview of a collective society, a “multi-cultural” society.  Again, these are not interpretations of her words, these are Fiorinas’ own words.

And yes, there are those who are now beginning to connect the dots to President Obama’s first foreign policy speech and travel.  Where was it delivered?  Cairo Egypt.

Does it make sense now how Fiorina came to be in contact with all those “world leaders” she brags about meeting?

If you need to finally stamp out any reservations or doubt you might have about this agenda; consider Carly Fiorina is also closely linked to the Clinton Global Initiative – SEE HERE ( <—scroll down the page) – providing leadership and mentorship within the Bill and Hillary CGI.

Troubled?  You should be.  Her globalist ideology is thinly veiled, and in my opinion what has unnerved many of the electorate who are simply not buying the spin and talking points.

Despite claims to the contrary, the U.S. voter is intelligent and can sense when they are being misled:

♦  Carly Fiorina on Immigration: Pass the DREAM Act. For other undocumented immigrants, a direct path to citizenship is unfair.  While running for the U.S. Senate in California in 2010, Fiorina said she supports the DREAM Act, which would give legal status to people who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

♦ Carly Fiorina on Climate change: It is real and man made. But government has limited ability to address it.  Speaking in New Hampshire in February, Fiorina said there is scientific consensus that climate change is real and caused by humans.

♦  Carly Fiorina on Education: Supports Common Core – Set national standards but give local districts maximum control. No Child Left Behind was positive.  In a position paper while running for the U.S. Senate in California, Fiorina strongly advocated for metric-based accountability in schools. She praised No Child Left Behind as setting high standards and Race to the Top for using “internationally bench-marked” measures.

Carly Fiorina never hired after HP Job:  […]  Here are the facts: In the five years that Fiorina was at Hewlett-Packard, the company lost over half its value. It’s true that many tech companies had trouble during this period of the Internet bubble collapse, some falling in value as much as 27 percent; but HP under Fiorina fell 55 percent. During those years, stocks in companies like Apple and Dell rose. Google went public, and Facebook was launched. The S&P 500 yardstick on major U.S. firms showed only a 7 percent drop. Plenty good was happening in U.S. industry and in technology.

It was Fiorina’s failed leadership that brought her company down. After an unsuccessful attempt to catch up to IBM’s growth in IT services by buying PricewaterhouseCooper’s consulting business (PwC, ironically, ended up going to IBM instead), she abruptly abandoned the strategic goal of expanding IT services and consulting and moved into heavy metal. At a time that devices had become a low margin commodity business, Fiorina bought for $25 billion the dying Compaq computer company, which was composed of other failed businesses. Unsurprisingly, the Compaq deal never generated the profits Fiorina hoped for, and HP’s stock price fell by half. The only stock pop under Fiorina’s reign was the 7 percent jump the moment she was fired following a unanimous board vote. After the firing, HP shuttered or sold virtually all Fiorina had bought.  (read more)

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118 Responses to Carly Fiorina, “Gaslighting”, Islam, Her Relationship To Clinton Global Initiative, and Progressive Agenda…

  1. shiloh1973 says:

    Thanks Sundance. I have been researching this all day and came up with pretty much the same stuff. You just put it into better words than I ever could.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Trump needs to change the subject IMMEDIATELY. If he continues to let them dictate the dialogue and worse start responding to it, will only propel Snarly further. SECOND AMENDMENT RALLY NEEDED NOW! This is a subject that interests more Americans, let Carson continue the Muslim narrative, it was never Trump’s anyway.

    SECOND AMENDMENT is NOT Snarly’s forte, not her strong point and if Trump changed the subject and direction of this Republican race to Second Amendment that he brought up right before the debate, but let it go to the side now getting caught up in polls of FOX, Megyn Kelly, Snarly and Rubio. Change the subject, open the dialogue of his Second Amendment plan, a YUGE issue with Americans, especially American men. Let that subject ring out, eventually even FOX will bore with having Snarly on to discuss her gossipy and silly opinions. It would destroy her.

    SECOND AMENDMENT RALLIES in different states. Keep the subject there, don’t rant about polls! Or soon he will be just caught up in the Snarly narrative script she is writing, instead of them being in HIS script.

    This is my fervent prayer to God today. Please if you’re a praying man or woman join me!

    Trump 2016!

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    • Sentient says:

      Too bad Cruz beat Trump to the endorsement from Gun Owners of America Maybe Trump should still woo them (as their backup or be named acceptable by them). GOA opposes background checks.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        If GOA is doing their job, they should have already read Trump’s position and make a decision on their own. No wooing necessary. Also think Trump is exposing the endorsement scheme, too. Not that GOA does it, but do you think Club for Growth is the only NGO which sells endorsements? I don’t. Let’s face it, the whole darned system is corrupt, with notable exceptions.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          PS- the Ammoland guy already posted his thoughts on Trump’s gun position… he LOVES it! Seems to me, Trump is working very much at the grassroots level, rather than entities which derive their funding via donations, grants, etc, etc.

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          • Southern Son says:

            We, The Grassroots of America, today, Give Our Endorsement, for President, and Commander in Chief, to Donald Trump. As we believe he will Uphold Our Constitution, and Make America Great again. We are Sick and Tired of being Panderd and Lied to by politicians, only to have them put Illegals and Our Enemies first. We don’t need no stinking campaining, just someone who is willing to uphold their Oath and Fight for us instead of self interest and their cronies. There, it’s done.

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            • whirlwinder says:

              Carly speaks of Islam in total ignorance, as if it was a religion. Islam is a totalitarian movement with elements of religion, science, culture, law etc. It seeks to dominate the world and conquer America and install shariah law in place of our Constitution. For her to say a Muslim would be OK as president should disqualify her for any office in our country.

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      • davsel says:

        Nothing against Cruz, but a GOA endorsement is not much to crow about. They have only 300,000 members nationwide. Hardly a drop in the bucket compared to the NRA, and frankly not worth going after or worrying about.


    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      He said today that his tax policy paper should be coming out next week FWIW.


    • shiloh1973 says:

      Have you seen Trump’s second amendment policy?

      Liked by 2 people

    • llyod wehnes says:

      his white paper on 2a sealed the deal for many


      • FrozenPatriot says:

        In what way? …that we’ll still be required to get a CCW government permission slip to exercise a fundamental, unalienable right? Pathetic and fundamentally contrary to the plain words of the 2nd Amendment.


    • Linda LaRoque says:

      Trump posted his opinion on 2nd amendment on his FB.


    • silverlakela says:

      Exactly my thoughts too. He is getting too caught up in the polls. Talking about polls does not get him more support. Focus on the things that got him here, the issues that are in the hearts of the people.


  3. archer52 says:

    Carly is an establishment person. She is also not qualified, anymore than Hillary, but for different reasons. As Trump pointed out clearly, she failed, never got another job and shouldn’t have had the job in the first place. Duh!

    But she’s a woman and a former CEO, and a woman, who had a job once, and a woman.

    So you know how PC works.

    Would she break anything if she were President? No. She would be immediately surrounded with experts on the “status quo” which is what everybody in the middle and the COC want after eight years of “Hold my beer and watch this” domestic and foreign policy efforts.

    What scares the Republicans and the democrats about Trump is not that he isn’t one of them, but that he is an unknown. They know him, they just don’t know if he will be a team player if he gets in charge.

    Frankly- neither to any of you.

    Trump is an unknown.

    Obama was an unknown and sadly it will take generations to unscrew what he’s done here and in the world- if ever.

    They want a stable guy/gal who won’t break anything so the people making money and securing futures will know what the battlefield looks like. It is the unknown, the instability that causes crashes and failures.

    I get what they want. What is happening is those types have done so poorly taking care of the voting electorate that we are in the midst of a populist rebellion. They are trying to paint Carly with a populist brush.

    But it won’t take. Trump will make sure everybody knows who she is. And right now, he has the mike.

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    • screwauger says:

      Obama was not an unknown and he was “ushered” in in a similar fashion by the dems as the GOPe are doing for Yeb. People just didn’t take the time to look, listen or feel the palpable concern about Obama. The rest of your post I generally agree with and would add that Trump better understand that all of this will and likely has put whacko’s on his trail with the intent to take him out.

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    • jim says:

      Carly has the problem that she is not as smart as she thinks she is. She is willing to take big risks when playing with other-peoples-money. When the damage is done, her response is the same as the Democrats – “My intentions were good”.

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  4. conservativehippie says:

    dang. i knew carleton was bad but this article drives the point home. operation hummingbird, indeed.


  5. John Galt says:

    “I’ve lost a child.” #Fiborina

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    • keebler AC says:

      Highly disrespectful to the child post-mortem and to her bio mother. Disgusting example of how Carleton is ready to step on others to achieve her ambitious agenda to further herself. Carleton is no different from Hillary Clinton ready to conduct “murderous” operations. Did that talking head of Islam purposely call her Carleton sounds like Clinton? Weird how these creeps do subterfuge.

      Conservatives don’t want fauxface Carleton as their female representative.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Carly Fiorina Pushing Anti-Privacy Bill – Because China, or something.
        by Walter Hudson, August 25, 2015 –

        _Still basking in the glow of a favorable debate performance, which arguably benefited her more than any other candidate, Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina has been making the talk show rounds. On Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” she called upon Congress to pass the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act. The bill would immunize companies like Google from lawsuits resulting from consumer information shared with government. The effect would be a massive institutional rollback of personal privacy.

        From the Washington Examiner:
        “There is a level of collaboration that’s required between the private sector and the public sector to detect and repel attacks,” Fiorina said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday. “That requires an act of Congress. There is a bill that’s been languishing, frankly, in Congress for several years now. We need to get that bill passed so that level of collaboration is possible.”

        Outside of passing the cyberbill, Fiorina said, “It’s important to recognize that these cyberattacks that have been going on against the federal government systems, none of those are a surprise … We’ve known for over a decade the Chinese were coming after our most important systems.

        It’s unclear how denying Americans the right to privacy will thwart Chinese cyber attacks. But that’s Carly’s story, and she’s sticking to it.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Is Carly a candidate or a lobbyist? I’d really like to know. Very strange to go way out there on this topic and in such detail. Meanwhile, she refuses to state her ‘entitlement’ position until after the election, should she win.


  6. wondering999 says:

    Meh. Definitely Islamic history should have more detailed coverage — and that history should also include Tamerlane, who died in 1405. Tamerlane supported the arts and sciences, but — you wouldn’t want him for president, just sayin’
    “…in Europe….Timur iLeng, Timur the Lame, became Tamerlane or Tamburlaine. Lame he was, mighty he was, merciful he was not. As his latest biographer Justin Marozzi says, the millions he slaughtered – ‘buried alive, cemented into walls, massacred on the battlefield, sliced in two at the waist, trampled to death by horses, beheaded, hanged’ – would have had a different opinion. Of Mongol ancestry from what is now Uzbekistan, he began as a sheep-rustler and bandit, and was injured in a skirmish which left him lame in his right leg and unable to raise his right arm. In 1941 his tomb was opened by a Soviet archaeologist, Mikhail Gerasimov, who confirmed the injuries.

    “Building up a force of several hundred horsemen, Timur took service under an invading Mongol chieftain, seized Samarqand, took a wife descended from Genghis Khan and went on to an astonishing career of conquest until he ruled from Damascus to Delhi. Efficiently organised armies under his horse-tail standard covered immense distances. He destroyed the Golden Horde, conquered Persia and Mesopotamia, invaded Russia, Georgia, India, Syria and Turkey. Thousands of women were carried off as slaves. At Baghdad he had 90,000 of the inhabitants beheaded so that he could build towers with their skulls. At Sivas in Turkey, where he promised no bloodshed in return for surrender, he had 3,000 prisoners buried alive and pointed out that he had kept to the letter of his oath. His atrocities were intended to strike terror into the hearts of opponents, and cities which surrendered promptly were sometimes spared a sack. He was a Muslim and he justified his campaigns against Christians and Hindus as spreading the true faith, while when he attacked and slaughtered fellow-Muslims, as he very frequently did, they were always described as ‘bad Muslims’. Timur was a patron of art and learning and he turned Samarqand into an exquisitely beautiful city. ….”

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    • wondering999 says:

      Tamerlane had some captive European slaves, like the Bavarian Johann Schiltberger

      Tamerlane also kept up good relations with the Spanish court, who sent a Spanish ambassador to T.’s court, Ruy de Clavijo. The Spanish were hoping that Tamerlane would help them by being an enemy of their enemy (the Ottoman Empire. Histories that dwell about the expulsion of Moors and Jewish Spaniards by Ferdinand and Isabella tend to miss the fact that these groups were considered a Fifth Column in Spain’s wars against the Ottoman Turks — who enslaved a lot of Spaniards, including Miguel Cervantes).

      Ruy de Clavijo’s visit is described in an old book available online: “Narrative of the Embassy of Ruy Gonzalez de Clavijo to the Court of Timour at Samarcand, A.D. 1403-6” by Ruy González de Clavijo (Hakluyt Society, 1859 – Asia – 200 pages)

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  7. Doodahdaze says:

    From that photo Halloween is starting early. It is Jack-O-Carley.


  8. Ziiggii says:

    I think he [Suleiman] would be pleased at how much the world has learned from the example of the open, cooperative society that enlightened the world all those years ago.

    FioRINO wasn’t referring to this great Islamic society was she?

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  9. ghieser says:

    Thank you for this article. Her speech is so revealing of her opportunism and frankly dangerous stance on islam.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. Doodahdaze says:

    FOX is just plain stupid looking with their pushing of Snarley. They have lost all credibility on everything else. This is pathetic.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. screwauger says:

    Not to get too personal but this woman is living proof of El Rushbo’s infamous saying. “Politics is showbiz for the ugly.”

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Lou says:

    I think Carson really messed up with the Constitutional statement. he should have read it first. for me, I want an honest President. I don’t think that exists anymore.


    • stella says:

      I know that the question asked mentioned the Constitution, but his answer was that he wouldn’t want a Moslem as President. That is different than saying that he neglected the freedom of religion clause in the Constitution. His exact answer was:

      No I would not. I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that.

      Because a devout Moslem believes that Sharia Law should be supreme, I agree with Carson.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Me two.

        Carson was very clear-headed when he made the distinction that Muslims practiceIslam which is ruled by Sharia Law – and this inseparable aspect of State and Religion is incompatible with the U.S. Constitution.

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        • regedit says:

          Forget Us Constitution-Islams stands at odds against any western/civilized society
          Its almost silly to say -i wouldnt put muslim in the WH –
          Muslim by definition could not and would not want to become POTUS ….
          unless he is a fraud…
          We may talk about debt and immigration and other things but Islam is the single most dangerous issue.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          The ONLY Oath of Office in the Constitution.

          Article II, Section 1, chapter 8:
          “Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:- “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of the President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the Unites States.”

          So, you cannot have, by Constitutional standards, have an allegiance to Sharia, (which is actually a political system) to be POTUS.

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    • The whole point of the passage in the Constitution is as long as one takes the oath to preserve the Constitution as supreme then religious creeds don’t matter. It is a stress that religion and government must be kept separate in your oaths. In Islam the faith cannot be relegated to a just religious creed.The Priests control the government. In Christainity government is given to all humans by God for the purpose of order in this world, separate from the priests.. Thus it is a human oporated institution ordained by God and indiviuals must respect it. The world rules over the physical body, The Spirit over the spirit. Islam is not compatiable to the U. S. Constitution. A Muslim law maker in America that promotes sharia law violates his Constitional oath and has no right to hold office, just as the woman clerk in Kentucky and the marriage licenses.

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  13. wondering999 says:

    Bulgaria during the Ottoman reign. The blog at the link has suggestions for “steampunk” historical fiction, but is based in historical reality. (Balkan history probably wasn’t featured in your U.S. college world history classes except as minor footnotes — but chances are that people of Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian and Hungarian backgrounds might remember Islamic rule slightly differently than Carly)

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    • wondering999 says:

      1809 in Serbia:
      “The Skull Tower… is a tower composed largely of human skulls located in the city of Niš, Serbia. During the 1809 Battle of Čegar, fought during the First Serbian Uprising, Serbian revolutionaries led by commander Stevan Sinđelić were attacked by Turkish forces on Čegar Hill, near Niš. Rather than be captured by the Turks and executed by impalement, Sinđelić fired his pistol into a powder magazine, killing himself and all Serbian rebels and Turkish soldiers in the vicinity. Afterward, Hurshid Pasha, the Turkish Grand Vizier of Niš, ordered that a tower be made from the skulls of the killed Serbian revolutionaries. Once complete, the ten-foot high Skull Tower contained 952 Serbian skulls embedded on four sides in fourteen rows.”


    • wondering999 says:

      History of Armenians in Turkey during the 1890s
      “The Hamidian massacres….also referred to as the Armenian Massacres of 1894–1896 and Great Massacres, refer to massacres of Armenians of the Ottoman Empire in the mid-1890s, with estimates of the dead ranging from 80,000 to 300,000, resulting in 50,000 orphaned children. The massacres are named after Sultan Abdul Hamid II, who, in his efforts to reinforce the territorial integrity of the embattled Ottoman Empire, reasserted Pan-Islamism as a state ideology. Although the massacres were aimed mainly at the Armenians, they turned into indiscriminate anti-Christian pogroms in some cases, such as in Diyarbekir Vilayet where some 25,000 Assyrians were killed (see also Assyrian genocide).”


  14. georgiafl says:

    Carly has been steeped in the revisionist history (aka propaganda) of Islam that she picked up in her Medieval studies at Stanford.

    Here is a discussion of her similarly effusive praise of Islam from the week of 9/11/01 –

    This video tells the true history of Islam – Scientist Dr. Bill Warner has analyzed and created graphs and maps that reveal the true history of Mohammedanism and its bloody spread through war/jihad. He takes you through the history of Islam with graphs and facts that counter Fiorina’s idealized view of this ideology.

    There was no ‘golden age of Islam’ in which there was peace and no atrocities. Islam has always been a barbaric murderous misogynist racist hate cult invented by a megalomaniac to subsume and subject or destroy Judaism and Christianity. It is a man-made religion that produces the fruits of the fallen flesh – lust, lies, hate, r4pe, war, death – the opposite of the Fruit of the Holy Spirit.

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  15. Juan says:

    Carly will drop just like the fall leaves. A loser in business … loser in politics & a loser as a parent. She just doesn’t deserve the attention she’s getting & has zero chance of securing the nomination.

    Liked by 2 people

    • s.c. says:

      But a huge winner, and now has almost reached iconic status, and great prestige, within the GOP. Hell, if she loses one more election, she may just run the whole thing!


  16. Doodahdaze says:

    Note…The GOP must be having a hard time raising non-pac $$$. I just got an RNC email wanting money and sponsored by Sen. Tom Cotton. Hmmmmm. Fishy.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. SharonKinDC says:

    Sundance, this is OUTSTANDING work. Thank you. Deserves a wide audience.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Coast says:

    That face….

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  19. kinthenorthwest says:

    Carly is one VERY weird lady and should not even be running especially on the conservative ticket.

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  20. Rondo says:

    “Ben Carson and Islam”

    Hard on the manufactured controversy over what Donald Trump did not say about President Obama and Islam, we now have a controversy over what Ben Carson clearly did say about Islam – namely, that he does not believe it is consistent with the U.S. Constitution and that he “would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation.”
    These assertions would not be nearly as hotly debated if the political class and the media had not sought for decades to suppress all discussion of Islam – other than mindless blather about its being a “religion of peace.” If we had been having the adult discussion we should have been having, it would be well understood by now that Islam is not merely a religion but a comprehensive societal framework with its own legal system.

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  21. yakmaster2 says:

    Trump should be pointing out Fiorina’s relationship to the Clinton Global initiative. He’s got good researchers on his payroll, does he not?


  22. keebler AC says:

    Remember Spooky Carly’s “Demon Sheep” ad? Made you wonder if she was herself was the Demon Wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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  23. Cameraman says:

    Why are Trump supporters concerned? Trump is doing just fine.

    Over the last 10 weeks we’ve seen wave after wave of attacks against Trump. Result: TOTAL FAIL. OK, so next it’s push Carson one week, then Fiborina, then Rubio, blah, blah, blah, blah ad nauseam. Result: TOTAL FAIL (if the objective was to bring down Trump).

    You are of course free to feel concerned about Fiborina telling fibs, but to borrow a Clinton line “At this point, what difference does it make.” And the answer is that it makes no difference. If people haven’t stopped supporting Trump by now, then I am convinced they never will. Of course you’ll see variation in polls and that’s normal and is down to countless factors and also why you should never take any single poll as meaningful. Oh, and those favourability numbers the MSM get excited about aren’t as important as they like to think.

    The point is that the message from every single poll (national and state) for the past 2 months – and there have been a lot of them – is that Trump leads and leads strongly.

    Did you know that Trump first hit 26% in a poll by Rasmussen at the end of July. Now think about everything that’s been thrown at Trump in the past 8 weeks and then observe that in the latest Fox poll Trump is at 26% (actually up 1 on the previous Fox poll).

    Now that is some serious staying power (and his real support is probably 30%+ ).

    BTW on that Fox poll, Carson was on 18% (up 6 on previous, thanks to the MSM promoting his views on Muslims that most Americans dislike/distrust), Fiborina 9% (up 4 from previous – not that great considering all the special treatment and the hysterical response to her average debate performance), Bush 7% (down 2 on previous poll because he’s hopeless).

    So there!

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    • Emblematic says:

      They need to make Fiorina SEEM a viable contender as part of their strategy. It comes down to how the delegates are assigned.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Cameraman says:

        I know what they’re trying to do. I just think that rat did a better job dragging the slice of pizza down those stairs.

        They’ve set Fiorina up as an ‘outsider’ but when the truth hits home – and it will – she will drop back to her base support (around 2%).

        Trump knows who his only real competitor is. Ben Carson. Deals are being done that we don’t know about, but all will be revealed in due course.

        Trump is in it to win it. Carl Rove is a specialist at losing. No contest.


  24. Dixie says:

    Is she a muslim convert?

    Has she no American patriotism?

    Was she just trying to sell computers to the middle east?

    Was she just sucking up to gain power for herself and didn’t care where she got it from?

    Is she crazy?

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    • Is she a muslim convert? No
      Has she no American patriotism? No
      Was she just trying to sell computers to the middle east? Yes
      Was she just sucking up to gain power for herself and didn’t care where she got it from? Yes

      Much of the sucking up to Moslems is a naivete in thinking that if everyone just plays nice all will be well, and profitable, too.

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    • keebler AC says:

      That post-911 stupifying Carly speech was a stab in America’s back and was probably one of the first dhimmi acts that snowballed and ended with Barack Husseiny Obama being elected. It was highly inappropriate to be stating accolades for a murderous religion as if indeed it was America’s fault that it was attacked by Islamic terrorists. Carly’s supporters need to get on board back with Trump, and Carly needs to disappear from public purview because she is an obscenity to America and iconic American companies. No medieval history major should be in charge of Fortune 500 companies. Her first husband did say Carly had no interest in politics itself except for whatever she could get in fame by being ruthless.

      It’s also telling that she has so many enemies, because she stepped on a lot of innocent people to get her fat bonuses. Her ex said she would just dump people after she was done with them. Instead of Go Cxrly it should be Go Away Carly!

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      • Dixie says:

        How about go and live in the middle east and experience your medieval dream, Carly.

        Liked by 1 person

        • keebler AC says:

          Yea, about that medieval Islamic dream where women were and are still mistreated according the Sharia Law – Carly has no business promoting herself as being pro-women’s rights, and her supporters ought be ashamed if they know of supporting this female sham of a reason for woman president.

          Hillary too, what a sham female candidate. She’s said some very negative things about women recently, in addition to her defense of rapists like her husband. DNC voters need to get with the program and vote for Trump because he’s NEVER criticized women’s intelligence, only the loud obnoxious ones like Megyn-Rosie-Carly, and promotes the deserving in his empire.

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    • rodney says:

      Snarly is no Muslim, she’s a globalist/Davos type. Evil incarnate and all around sociopath.

      Yes she is very much a traitor to the country. She ruined two major corporations that were vital to national security. She cares nothing for the people and made it clear via public statements. Every job she had since HP has been a failure. She is horribly incompetent.

      Yes in regards to the Iranians.

      Snarly is for Snarly, What makes Snarly dangerous is that she is a very. very good liar. Far better than Hillary and coupled with a MSM that is enabling her, makes it even worse.

      No she’s not crazy, merely incompetent in the extreme. She misreads everything – hence her destruction of two corporations and no one offering her a corporate seat anywhere. That’s a serious black mark. She burned so many bridges in the business world she is radioactive.

      Trump needs to get under her brittle skin and make her flip out. She has a vicious temper according to insiders. Get her off her game and snarly shows up.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Gee! Obama’s long lost twin sister!

        RE: “Evil incarnate and all around sociopath. …..Yes she is very much a traitor to the country. She ruined two major corporations that were vital to national security. She cares nothing for the people and made it clear via public statements. Every job she had since HP has been a failure. She is horribly incompetent.


  25. Annie says:

    Carly reminds me of JFK in that she can make a great speech; but if you examine closely what she says the whole fabric of what she says unwinds.


  26. jeans2nd says:

    My dad’s economics textbook, “The Mainspring of Human Progress,” (Henry Grady Weaver, 1947, Talbot Books), teaches that Mohammed was a free market individualist who ruled thru peace and taught mutual coorperation. It teaches the Saracens (defined as early Muslims) were responsible for enlightening the Dark Ages of Europe thru their migration to France and Spain. Saracens were the educated deep thinkers who enabled the great progress Fiorina speaks of this speech; the Crusaders and Europeans were thieving murderous thugs, and the U.S. was based on the thinking and behavior of the Saracens; it says our Founders used Mohammed’s law as it was the best system but the Wild West (Europeans) necessitated creation of other laws (pages 99-130). Had to read it twice when I first read it years ago. If the Ivy Leagues were teaching this in 1940s-50s, what are they teaching now? Fiorina’s speech mirrors what I read in this book. Not quite today’s Muslim, is it?

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    • georgiafl says:

      One of the commenters discussing Fiorina’s curriculum at Stanford said she was probably influenced by “Edward Said’s discredited, anti-Western ideology on colonialism and “Orientalism” flowed within MESA Nostra intellectual/university circles.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • Lulu says:

        As I recall, Edward Said is one of Obie’s idols.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Lulu says:

          Dinesh D’Souza has this to say about Edward Said:

          One of Obama’s founding fathers who remains relatively unknown is the Palestinian radical Edward Said. Prior to his death in 2003, Said was the leading anti-colonial thinker in the United States. Obama studied with Said at Columbia University and the two maintained a relationship over the next two decades. Obama attended a Palestinian fundraiser in Chicago in 1998 in which Said was the featured speaker, and Obama also befriended Said’s protege Rashid Khalidi, who currently occupies the Edward Said chair of Arab Studies at Columbia.

          Said wasn’t a mere academic; for a time, he served as a member of the Palestine National Council. In this capacity he worked closely with Yasser Arafat. Said has been photographed throwing rocks at Israel to symbolize his support for armed resistance against the Jewish state; one Jewish magazine dubbed him a “Professor of Terror.”

          More political than an academic. And we all remember Rashid Khalidi, to whom Obie gave that glowing toast at his going away party, the video of which is locked in the Los Angeles Times’s safe or thereabouts.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Nice to know one can find history being taught in a book about economics /sar

      Liked by 1 person

    • The Old Coach says:

      Say WHAT? Islam CREATED the Dark Ages of Europe ! ! ! That was shown conclusively by Henri Pirenne in the 1920s. This “textbook” states the exact opposite?


      • joshua says:

        When the Greek Culture and the Holy Roman Empire both crashed, the Persians GATHERED UP their literature and writings, translated them into Arabic, and took that base for their own beginning as a Caliphate…while Europe was filled with the equivalent of tribal feudal lord infighting and the loss of the management of the Romans….thus, the Dark Ages were not because of the Caliphate, but the Caliphate prospered from stealing the wisdom of those that came way before they put their empire together….and, oh, yes, they were DEFEATED and DESTROYED by a bunch of ignorant MONGOLS…not outdone by intellectual globalism…..they thought they were great, and proved they were not STRONG.


      • jeans2nd says:

        Author’s note from the 1st edition – “Inspired from Rose Wilder Lane’s ‘The Discovery of Freedom’…which I’ve tried to retell…in my own way…” Daughter of Laura Wilder Ingalls. The Mises Institue calls Lane ‘an American original…a treasure…” ( Amazing, huh?


  27. The Boss says:

    All I can say is WOW! Incredible research and summarization of facts. Done right, presenting this information to voters will be nothing short of devastating to CF. I suspect Mr. Trump is following these developments closely, and will disclose as only he can at a time and place of his choosing. Thanks Sundance, and all support folks and commenters.


  28. georgiafl says:

    It looks like Carly is a BGI appeaser:
    Fiorina was ‘relieved’ Baltimore cops charged –
    Jesse Jackson –

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  29. There’s something I really don’t understand. I always thought that most people understand the threat of radical Islam. Don’t these Chamber of Commerce and professional political class–both Dem and GOPe–realize that even if they are able to makes $million$ and $million$, it will never be enough to live a normal life if the world is under radical Islamic control? They may be able to live the “good life” for a short while, but what about their children, grandchildren and families? I always prayed that Obama’s family would give him some wisdom in making policy for our country. But it seems like everyone is in such a rush to make a buck, at the expense of our national security that the money won’t do them any good. Even if you could build a bunker and fully stock it, how long could it keep you safe. How long until you needed to crawl out into the real world…..or what is left of it? As a Christian, I believe that the King of Kings Jesus Christ the Lord will of course be able to discover even those hiding under the rocks (Rev 6:15-17), so these people can’t hide from either the “bad guys” or the “good guys”. Don’t they understand that? Does anyone know the answer to this question?

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    • Trust No One says:

      I don’t know the answer and was just considering asking the same question. Thanks for posting yours. Maybe someone with some insight or more understanding will answer.
      Because I certainly don’t get the ushering in of their and everyone’s demise.


      • BigMamaTEA says:

        I’m not sure I have greater knowledge; but, essentially it was sort of explained to me years ago, the the PTB, the Uniparty, NWO-types, all think that they can control and use (for power) the slaughterers of humanity.

        Now, I do know for example, Slick Willey and the Hilldabeast have spent their entire political lives courting/or being courted by moose limbs. (probably for cash, but still…)

        A lot of the Old Goat Congress types were hooked up with moose limb $$$$ via Grover Norquist, who had been an early co-opt. Moose limb wife. (Sad,looking from the outside you can see he was conquested by design at the time, he was a young power player in DC) A lot of these at the time “younger moose limbs” were actually educated here in the US starting late sixties, early 70’s, who were supposed to go home to fix their own countries. Some did, some stayed. Thats how you get the occasional story of the jihadist, who was a doctor, etc. Huma got her first job out of college as a White House aide for the Hilldabeast.

        All of these “groups” politicos and political Islam (MB) are all playing this little dance of influence. It’s not a coincidence that a lot of MB types got their start in the DC area. During the Holy Land Foundation trials, a basement of evidence was captured, with a long-term plan of conquer actually planned and written.

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    • The CoC sees a world like Dubai with those private man made walled off island apart from the rest of us. They live in decadence while the rest of us are under sharia law and poverty. That is how it is in the UAE. the rich live like western drinking and partying (at least the men) but not the rest of the people who are mostly actually Filipinos. The CoC loves walls, around their houses and communities.

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    • georgiafl says:

      There is such a thing as sin-blindness and having the mind darkened by vain imaginations (ideologies, philosophies, false religions, beliefs). (Proverbs 4:19-27, Romans 1:18-32)

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  30. MaryfromMarin says:

    Her stance on Islam alone is enough to totally discredit her. The rest is the dirt piled on top of the grave.

    “Style over substance” is the unfortunate reality for so much of the voting public.

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  31. texan59 says:

    If’n you keep this up SD, we’re not gonna get invited to any of the good parties. 😉

    Liked by 9 people

  32. RINOKiller says:

    Trump has the goods on her and she will be done.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Problem with the Operation Hummingbird, is say they get Rubio and Carly up in the polls, you can’t have them actually win any primaries. Carly may not want to drop out of the campaign with her say 20% in the polls for a Bush with his 7% and no chance to win any primaries. Bush has to win primaries to get nominated. A lot of you think if no one has a clear majority of delegates going into the Convention then the GOPe will just give the nomination to Bush. This is going to be on nation wide TV and it has to look legitimate. If not it will be worse than Florida 2000. The party would never survive it. The GOPe can’t rule if they distroy the party. Yes the Republican Party likes being the loyal minority and never really ruling the Government, but they have to appear legitimate. If ever there were to be multiple parties in congress then being the only loyal oposition party is gone. So Bush has to win primaries and with under 10% polling he can’t. Under Operation Hummingbird Rubio and Carly must be build up to make up for a very weak Bush, but if they are built up too much that they actually are beating Trump in primaries (that being the goal), then how do you justify to the watching world them droping out and just handing the nomination to Bush. In Carson they could do this because his support are mostly Evangelicals and the Evangelical vote has a habit of of being disenfranchised and vanishing. Carly and Rubio votes are suppose to be real voters with real loyality. It is going to take a whole lot of glasslighting to get voters to see Bush as the only hope to save us from the terrible Trump after the GOPe throws Carly and Rubio under the bus who they just painted as perfect alternatives to Trump. This kind of thinking is why Carl rove sits in corners with his white board and never wins anything. Like Hitler trying to beat Russia. Wonderful idea but you never have the army to do it. More and more people are thinking Trump is not just a summer party and he might just win and people latch on to winners pretty fast. Bush is not a popular candidate and the GOPe knows it. A lot of Republican voters actually liked McCain and Romney, Bush just has money and a name.

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    • joshua says:

      carly is about money and recognition for herself…she does not want to become president, she only wants to be ELECTED President, or recognized as the CANDIDATE for President….she actually KNOWS she cannot perform against the DISASTER that Obama has created, and the Congress has NO support for HER as she is an outsider that has no track record other than failed campaigns for office and then working to support other campaigns…that FAILED too….she is a cartoon of a woman president, not a real serious electable AMERICAN POTUS candidate.


  34. joshua says:

    religion of peace and humanity….yeah, sure: this today

    MINA, Saudi Arabia (AP) — At least 453 people were killed and hundreds more injured in a stampede Thursday on the outskirts of Mecca, the deadliest tragedy to strike the annual hajj pilgrimage in more than two decades.
    It was the second major disaster during this year’s hajj season, raising questions about the adequacy of measures put in place by Saudi authorities to ensure the safety of the roughly 2 million Muslims taking part. A crane collapse in Mecca nearly two weeks earlier left more than 100 people dead.
    Thursday’s crush happened in Mina, a large valley about five kilometers (three miles) from the holy city of Mecca that has been the site of hajj stampedes in years past.
    Mina is where pilgrims carry out a symbolic stoning of the devil by throwing pebbles against three stone columns. It also houses more than 160,000 tents where pilgrims spend the night during the pilgrimage.
    The stampede occurred in a morning surge of pilgrims at the intersection of streets 204 and 223 as the faithful were making their way toward a large structure overlooking the columns, according to the Saudi civil defense directorate.


  35. SouthCentralPA says:

    So, everyone else’s prior opinions count, except for Trump’s … ? Seriously: despite him having been all over the map on a LOT of topics, I’m willing to take Trump’s position papers ( (I’m sure they’re trying to “pace” themselves, but more please!)) as what he believes and what he’s going to do if elected. Fine. People change their mind. Fiorina gave this speech at the Reagan library (go to about 8:00 to skip introduction) earlier this year. Not bad stuff at all.

    In a larger sense, I think there needs to be some separation between people who are the establishment (the Bushs, Roves, and Norquists of the world), and those who the establishment attempts to use. Gov. Walker (ducks) is a perfect example of the latter. He has fought like all heck, and could be a great Secretary of Labor in a Trump administration. However, I would pay to get Gilmore (at least) a state further away from DC in the hopes that it would put him in a position to commit less mischief.

    (Heck, so long as he was strictly told that he was not to treat guns as a public health issue, Carson might not be a horrible choice for Surgeon General …)


  36. davidfarrar says:

    If Trump leaves the political scene, All those who wish Trump would go away are actually telling us they would prefer a Democrat President and a Democrat leader of the U.S. Senate in 2017, rather than a Trump presidential victory in 2017, with Congress remaining in Republican hands. Go figure!


    • BigMamaTEA says:

      davidf…the only one who want Trump to go away, are those within the Establishment of the Parties and all their consultants, etc, plus the MSM. The Donks are now commies. (commies is the term I use for the blend of Marxist, Communist USA, Socialists, Fascists, etc. that now have control of the Donk Party Establishment and all of their consultants.)

      It’s about Power, Control, and $$$$$$$$ period.


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  38. vladdy says:

    Odd how some people say BC for Surgeon General, as if that were all this brilliant man is capable of — staying in his own field.


  39. Reblogged this on Exposing Modern Mugwumps and commented:

    She and Cruz make a good pair of globalists who will follow the orders of the GOP establishment and the powers that be…disgusting.


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