Friday, May 26, 2017

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Tuesday afternoon, a man carrying a two-gallon gasoline can with fuel and matches was arrested after making terroristic threats near the famous Rockefeller Plaza Christmas Tree in New York City.

A Fox News employee noticed a man yelling hateful things towards the police and throwing a bottle.

After notifying the police, officers followed the man as he approached Rockefeller Plaza. He was apprehended before reaching the crowds surrounding the famed Christmas tree.

The police identified the man as Yuriy Alterman, 38, of Bronx New York.

According to the NYPD, the man was found with a gas can, matches and a book called “Sons of Hama”.

The book is an autobiography by the son of the founder of the Palestinian militant group named Hamas.

There are no reports of criminal intent or terrorism connections, but a source that spoke to the New York Daily News said he didn’t have a car.

“He said he has no car and he was just walking around the city.”

A man with no car was carrying gas and matches around one of the busiest tourist attraction during the holidays; no wonder the police arrested him.

This isn’t Alterman’s first run in with the law. He has prior arrests for criminal mischief, assault, fare evasion and obstructing governmental administration.

What do you think were the intentions of the man arrested? Let us know in the comments below.

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Hamas, the ruling party of the Palestinian Authority, is flipping out after discovering a dolphin–which they claim is actually working as a spy for Israel.

Can a dolphin actually be a spy for a major regional power?

Hamas claims that the dolphin, captured in the Mediterranean off the coast of the Palestinian-occupied Gaza Strip, was equipped with “spying equipment,” including cameras. All of which they claim came from the Israeli armed forces.

But Israel seemed to laugh the entire thing off as ludicrous (which it certainly sounds like.) The only similarity is that Israel has a number of “Dolphin-class” ships in their fleet–but, despite what the Palestinians claim, that refers to an actual ship, not an aquatic animal.

But despite Israel’s denials, this isn’t the first time they’ve been accused of using sea animals for spying purposes.

In 2010, Egypt claimed that Israel was controlling a number of sharks–which were attacking tourists in Egypt’s tony Red Sea resort towns. And in 2012, Sudan claimed that an eagle–marked with an Israeli tag–was spying on them as well.

While dolphins are noted as one of the smartest animals on the planet, it seems unlikely that Israel would use them to obtain information from Hamas.

It’s unknown whether Israel is (or is not) actively trying to spy on their neighbors with highly-trained animals. But, at this point, it seems more ridiculous that the Palestinians think a rogue dolphin would be the biggest threat to their nation-building.

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In his latest “guerilla journalism” video exposing the horrendous judgement that typifies elite academia in America today, James O’Keefe captured Joseph Scaffido, Assistant Dean for Students at Cornell describing how the University would help start and fund a pro-ISIS (aka. terrorist) club on the Ivy League campus.

In video post on the Project Veritas website, Dean Scaffido is seen saying that the university would allow an ISIS terrorist to hold a “Training Camp” on campus, saying: “It would be like bringing in a coach to do a training on a sports team or something”.

Scaffido also gave advice to Project Veritas’s faux ISIS activist on how the University could provide funding to send CARE packages to ISIS and Hamas organizations overseas. Quoting the Project Veritas website:

Award-winning journalist and New York Times’ best-selling author James O’Keefe released a powerful new video today showing an Assistant Dean at Cornell University advising a Project Veritas investigative journalist on how to start and fund a pro-ISIS club on campus. Joseph Scaffido, Assistant Dean for Students at Cornell, is perplexingly sympathetic to the proposed pro-ISIS and pro-Hamas group.

O’Keefe described as “most astonishing” Dean Scaffido’s willingness to use University funds bring a member of ISIS to Cornell to speak to students. Quoting Project Veritas again:

When the Project Veritas journalist suggested that the club would support Hamas as well as ISIS, Scaffido stated: “the University [Cornell] is not going to look at different groups and say you are not allowed to support that group.

Because we don’t believe in them or something like that. I think it’s just the opposite. I think the University wants the entire community to understand what’s going on in all parts of the world.”

O’Keefe affirmed his believe that the video “shockingly and frighteningly exposes that Cornell, an esteemed and storied Ivy League University, is truly detached from reality.”

“I was chilled and saddened by Dean Scaffido’s reaction and his position on the pro-ISIS club.” “At the very best Scaffido’s attitude towards the proposed club is complacent and irresponsible, at the very worst he genuinely and willingly supports those sympathetic to ISIS freedom fighters, or more aptly stated: terrorists.”

Either way, Cornell now finds itself in a bad predicament for any University let alone one that survives, in part, on public money.

According to public records, Cornell University has received over $300 million in federal contracts and grants since 2000 and more than $190 million from New York state taxpayers since 2012.

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