Wednesday, October 17, 2007


The conclusion concluded from the National Intelligence Estimate by many concluders in solemn conclusory conclave assembled: “The American presence in Iraq fuels Muslim extremism.”

Ninety-Five Other Things That Also Fuel Muslim Extremism:
1. Salman Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses.”
2. The British government’s protection of Salman Rushdie.
3. The American coup against Mossadegh in 1953, cited by some Iranians as the direct cause of the takeover of Iran by the Ayatollah Khomeini more than 25 years later.
4. The remarks of Pim Fortuyn about Muslim attitudes toward liberal Dutch mores.
5. The movie by Theo van Gogh about the subjection of women in Islam.
6. The election of Ayaan Hirsi Ali to the Dutch Parliament.
7. Hindus passing by mosques as Friday Prayers end.
8. The failure of Americans in Iraq to sufficiently subdue the Sunni insurgents.
9. The failure of Americans in Iraq to sufficiently subdue the Shi’a militias.
10. The failure of Americans in Iraq to sufficiently subdue the Kurdish desire for independence.
11. The failure of Americans in Iraq to give Baghdad an instant makeover so that it resembles the most prosperous and advanced American city.
12. The failure of Americans to solve every economic problem in Iraq, to make Sunnis and Shi’a friends, to get the oilfields pumping at full capacity, and to make donations even beyond the many tens of billions spent directly on reconstruction in Iraq.
13. The failure of the Americans, in obtaining debt relief from all Infidel creditors for Iraq (but not from any of the Muslim Arab states), to persuade those same Infidel countries to supply another $50-$100 billion.
14. The refusal of the French state to permit the wearing of the hijab.
15. The insistence, by the French state, that texts by Voltaire, Montaigne, Proust, and other writers deemed or perceived to be anti-Islamic by Muslims, be assigned to students, as required reading, by the Ministry of Education.
16. The selling of alcohol by Christians in Basra.
17. The existence of Christians in Basra.
18. The continued functioning of Christian churches in Baghdad.
19. The Copts in Egypt who complain when Muslims attack their churches and other institutions, or kidnap and forcibly convert Coptic girls to Islam.
20. The Filipinos who try to hold private religious services in Saudi Arabia, land on which no non-Muslims should be present in any case.
21. The American airmen who were assigned to bases in Saudi Arabia and who showed insufficient obeisance to their Saudi masters, all daggers and dishdashas, with their sneers of cold command.
22. The obvious superiority of Western economies.
23. The obvious superiority of Western education.
24. The obvious superiority of Western medical care.
25. The obvious superiority of Western artistic achievement.
26. The obvious superiority of Western (fill in here whatever you like).
27. The failure of Muslims living in the countries of Western Europe to have a standard of living equal or superior to that of non-Muslims.
28. The continued refusal of non-Muslims in the West to institute a formalized long-term system of Jizyah, by which Muslims can be supported; they now must make do only with the benefits provided by Infidel taxpayers on a year-to-year basis.
29. The financial support given by the Americans to the Mubarak regime in Egypt that enrages the Muslim Brotherhood.
30. The financial support given by the Americans to successive Jordanian kings and kinglets, which enrages the Muslim Brotherhood.
31. The diplomatic and other support given by the Americans to the corrupt Al-Saud family of “Saudi” Arabia, which enrages Al-Qaeda and its local supporters.
32. The threats by some in the United States to withdraw support from the Mubarak Friends-and-Family Plan, which whips up anti-American sentiment among Egyptian Muslims.
33. The threats by some in the United States to withdraw support from Pakistan if it does not collaborate less meretriciously in the soi-disant “war on terror,” which whips up anti-American sentiment among Pakistani Muslims.
34. The temporary withdrawal of Infidel support for the “Palestinians,” who deserve to receive Infidel aid of every kind, and permanently.
35. The discussion by some in the West of ways to diminish, in order to prevent further global warming, the use of oil -– which discussion is seen as damaging Arab and Muslim interests, and must therefore be regarded as a deliberate attack on Islam.
36. The reference by Pope Benedict to a 14th century Byzantine emperor’s remarks in the course of a scholarly address at Regensburg.
37. The refusal of Pope Benedict to continue to apologize, and his apparent refusal to completely humiliate himself, before Muslims demanding such humiliation.
38. The Israeli “occupation” of Sinai, Gaza, and the West Bank after the Six-Day War.
39. The Israeli “occupation” of Gaza and the West Bank after the Camp David Accords.
40. The Israeli “occupation” of the West Bank after the full withdrawal from Gaza.
41. The Israeli “occupation” of the sacred Arab and Muslim soil on which the only Jewish state was created in 1948.
42. The presence of Jews in the Middle East.
43. The presence of Jews, uncowed, anywhere in the world.
44. The presence of a strong, self-assured community of Christians in Lebanon.
45. The presence of Copts in Egypt, who sometimes act as if they, too, too, have a right to regard Egypt as their land.
46. The refusal of Italian authorities to prosecute, before her death, Oriana Fallaci.
47. The refusal of Italian authorities to ban Dante in schools because of the mention of Muhammad in The Inferno.
48. The refusal of Italian authorities to remove or cover over frescoes in Bologna that depict Muhammad in an unflattering manner.
49. The refusal of the government of Denmark to punish a Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, for daring to exercise the right of free speech.
50. The refusal of Hindus to abandon any claim to ancient sites, where Hindu temples once stood until destroyed by Muslim invaders.
51. The refusal of some Hindus to forget the history of India.
52. The refusal of some European governments to permit Muslim mosques of any size to be built wherever, whenever, and with whatever towering minarets and electronic amplifying equipment, as Muslims believe is their sacred right.
53. The attempts by some Western police to enter mosques where they have found, in the past, false passports and other documents, as well as weapons including guns and explosives, sometimes hidden in false ceilings.
54. The attempt to permit Europeans to continue, even outside Denmark, to exercise the so-called right of free speech, as has happened with Charlie-Hébdo and other French newspapers.
55. The refusal of the University of Geneva to renew the contract of Tariq Ramadan.
56. The public displays of piggy-banks, and of allusions in English pub names such as The Saracen’s Head, which may offend Muslims.
57. The discussions by some national authorities in Holland and state authorities in Germany of the need for more stringent qualifications for nationalization, and in some cases the institution of those more stringent qualifications.
58. The single mention by President Bush of the word “islamofascism” -– a word which Muslims all over insisted must never again be repeated by him, and which he never again repeated.
59. The behavior of American soldiers who have on several occasions returned deadly fire coming at them from mosques in Iraq.
60. The behavior of the British police in not notifying Muslim authorities well in advance of any planned raids on any suspected Muslim terrorists in Great Britain; this is a grave offense which has now apparently been rectified in order to win Muslim hearts and Muslim minds.
61. The belief that some in the West continue to hold, that Jews do have a historic as well as religious connection to the part of Dar al-Islam they call Israel.
62. The outrageous way in which Infidels refer to the Prophet Muhammad as if he is not universally regarded as the Perfect Man, uswa hasana, al-insan al-kamil.
63. The mention by Infidels of aspects of Muhammad’s life—such as the Khaybar Oasis attack, the Banu Qurayza decapitation, the murder of Asma bint Marwan, the marriage to nine-year-old Aisha; these are not true, or if true, are not things which Infidels have any right either to discuss or even to know about.
64. The belief of some Infidels that those who give up on Islam, who are apostates and therefore traitors to Islam, could after their act of treason conceivably continue to know anything about Islam, given that Allah clearly takes away from such people all their previous knowledge of Islam at the very moment when they decide to apostasize.
65. The outrageous belief by some Infidels that nonetheless they may have reason to listen to the testimony of ex-Muslims as to the real contents of Islam.
66. The outrageous and insulting mention, by Infidels, of such words as “taqiyya” and “kitman.”
67. The outrageous mention, by Infidels, of the word “dhimmi,” about which they can not possibly have any accurate conception, and which they have no right to discuss in the first place unless they are Muslims.
68. The outrageous attempt to suggest that people are not born Muslims.
69. The outrageous attempt to suggest that the spread of Islam was ever undertaken through violence, when everyone knows it was a case of sudden mass conversion.
70. The refusal of this or that Infidel religious leader, political figure, writer, artist, comedian, or simply you, or simply I, to exhibit the proper attitude toward Islam, Islam, Islam.
71. The wherewithal provided by OPEC revenues that enables the Saudis, especially, to fund mosques and madrasas worldwide and thereby to naturally increase the numbers of “extremists” in the Lands of the Infidels.
72. The wherewithal of OPEC revenues that pay for an army of Western hirelings, including former diplomats (mostly English and American), former intelligence agents, former and present journalists (especially those covering the Middle East), public relations experts, businessmen eager for contracts in the Gulf, and many other fixers and middlemen. This helps delay the day of new energy policies that could conceivably diminish the OPEC oil revenues that fund the Jihad, and also prevents the unwary from regarding Saudi Arabia as anything other than a “staunch ally.”
73. The willingness of journalists to overlook obvious links between the practice of Jihad and the doctrine of Jihad, encouraged by journalists who still do not feel any obligation to learn about Islam. This encourages Muslims to make demands for changes in political and legal institutions in the West, or to insist that outspoken Infidels—the Pope, Theo van Gogh, Jyllens-Posten—must stop speaking or writing about Islam. Any such refusal to comply with Muslim demands engenders—“fuels”—Muslim “extremism.”
74. The refusal of the Buddhists in southern Thailand to stop being Buddhists.
75. The refusal of the Christians in the southern Philippines to submit to the demands to hand over lands to the Muslims of As Sayyaf.
76. The refusal of Christians in Sulawesi to stop holding church services.
77. The refusal of the Israeli government to stop trying to protect ancient archeological sites in Jerusalem, many of which have been severely damaged by the Muslim construction on and deep within the Temple Mount.
78. The refusal of Hindus in India to concede to Muslim demands for the full application of Shari’a to the Muslim community.
79. The refusal of Orthodox priests in monasteries in Bosnia and Kosovo to abandon the monasteries to Muslims who are clamoring to destroy them.
80. The outrageous insistence by the world’s Armenians and by many others that Turkey stop denying the mass murder of Armenians by Muslim Turks between 1915 and 1920.
81. The outrageous demands by many Infidel lands that outside forces be brought in to protect the non-Arab Muslims from the Arab Muslims in Darfur, despite the express opposition of both the government of the Sudan and the Arab League.
82. The outrageous demands by some Infidels that Muslims should be permitted to open mosques only on the basis of reciprocity—that is, on the basis of similar permission being granted to non-Muslims in Muslim lands.
83. The outrageous refusal of some Infidel countries to prevent transmissions of Al Manar and other satellite channels run by terrorist groups.
84. The refusal of many Western countries—Great Britain, Germany, Canada—to yield to demands of local Muslims that they be made subject only to the Shari’a and not to the manmade laws of the Infidels.
85. The refusal by Australia to cease contributing troops to help their American allies in Afghanistan and Iraq.
86. The continued existence of Jews.
87. The continued existence of Christians.
88. The continued existence of Hindus.
89. The continued existence of Sikhs.
90. The continued existence of Buddhists.
91. The continued existence of followers of Confucius.
92. The continued existence of agnostics.
93. The continued existence of atheists.
94. Everything.
95. Nothing.

—Hugh Fitzgerald of Jihad Watch.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2007


Pelosi is pushing this resolution business for Armenian votes in her district, not out of some beckoning sense of right and wrong.

I'm sorry, but any other notion of fairness in motive is just too much of a stretch for the contemporary American politician. The Democrats tried to vote down the Iraq war and failed as soon as the rubber met the pavement. Yes, dear, life is more complicated than simply pulling one's thumb out of one's oriface of choice. So they now attempt to circumvent an action just beginning to succeed, even according to the Washington Post, by tanking its relationship with shaky ally Turkey, negligible hosts to the strategic geographical supply complex this unfortunate but now necessary war requires in a volatile region seething with intent to destroy not only its perceived non-Muslim enemies, but its own rival factions within Islam itself, thus threatening to ignite the powderkeg of the whole Middle East and beyond.

Of course, Turkey's official behavior on this issue of the Armenian genocide is ridiculous, but very predictable, given its longstanding official stance of denial. Pelosi, however, ignoring many other genocides much worse—has encouraged in thought and deed the effort to sabotage the current government. As one Democratic strategist has stated:

Any success in Iraq now is, of course, a threat to us.

The US can probably set up camp again with extra expense and reduced forces in Iraq to help resettle in nearby Bulgaria, a country that has fought back against its Turkish neighbors in the past, or simply move more fully into the north of Iraq. Neither of these options are without pitfalls. Bulgaria is northwest of Turkey, further still from Iraq, and north Iraq may prove problematic with the Kurds themselves, ungrateful as all Muslim peoples tend to be. And I haven't even hinted at what Turkey and Iran, not to mention huge swarths of Iraqis want to do to the Kurds.

But as much as I hate this war for a myriad of reasons, it is also as clear as the predictable Turk action on this congressional motion, that if US forces abruptly withdraw from Iraq, Iran will quickly act to conquer it, and there will be a million dead on the ground before the cock can crow. Turkey and Saudi Arabia and Syria, each with their own agendas, will then invade from all sides to fight iran.

Speculation on WWIII with cease in face of an obvious shuffling of the military deck chairs around the globe as oil supplies are disrupted, and then one can expect to see whoever in in the White House to begin bombing the hell out of something and everything.

Turkey, whose squalid past should certainly be open to censure, is one issue. But what really needs scrutiny is the driving force behind the Armenian genocide of 1915-18 (and the earlier one of 1894-96), which was not Turkish nationalism but Muslim supremacism, rooted in the scripture and traditions of Islam. As dhimmis striving to get out from under Muslim rule, the Armenian Christians committed the ultimate transgression in Muslim eyes—yet in covering this persnickety issue the media never mentions Islam at all. Nor has Congress, for all of its grandstanding, done so either.

Want to end a war, Nancy? Well, thanks for the Turkey shoot, but I don't think your aim is true.

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Monday, October 15, 2007


We continue to read that Defense officials involved in waging the global war against Islamist extremism are increasingly frustrated by the apparent failure of senior military and civilian officials in distinguishing between the good guys and the bad guys. In fact, as far as most of us who aren't fixated on celebrity sightings and other useless pursuits of happiness are concerned these so-called community outreach efforts have helped legitimize some U.S. Islamic groups with covert or overt ties to extremists, a problem that also is occurring at the FBI and Justice Department.

The Pentagon's problem was highlighted by a recent Marine Corps ceremony marking Ramadan. The little-noticed "iftar," or fast-breaking, was held Sept. 26 at the Washington Navy Yard in Southeast and was hosted by Marine Corps Deputy Commandant Gen. Robert Magnus. Among the guests was Agha Saeed, national chairman of the American Muslim Alliance (AMA), a political group that has been linked to Muslim organizations that continue to voice support for Hamas and Hezbollah terrorists. In rare candor, several Pentagon and military officials have stated to the media that official Pentagon backing for the Marine Corps event and a similar Pentagon iftar celebration on October 1 were demoralizing.

"During the Cold War, we at least had the brains to recognize Soviet front groups and didn't invite them to the Pentagon for vodka and caviar," one defense official said. "Now, the Islamic militant front groups are [the Department of Defense's] guests of honor."

According to the Web site——AMA is a political group that works to get Muslims elected or appointed to senior influential positions in the U.S. government.

"AMA is an active member of the American Muslim Political Coordinating Council," DiscoverTheNetworks stated. "It also is affiliated with Muslim groups—such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim Public Affairs Council—whose members have publicly supported Hamas and Hezbollah, or have been linked to the funding of terrorist activities."

Stephen Coughlin, a counterterrorism analyst on the Joint Staff, has warned in a recent memorandum that U.S. government efforts to work with front groups for the extremist Muslim Brotherhood had increased the danger that instead of countering Islamist extremists, the government is helping to legitimize groups that are potential terrorist and insurgent support groups. Officials said Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England has been among the least careful in associating with various suspect Muslim groups and their leaders. But that's not all.

This report is an outrage. The same groups who do everything they can to thwart investigations, impede police surveillance activity, and hamstring the judicial process when dealing with jihadists then cite statistics about prosecutorial success as evidence that there is no threat. That the report apparently does not acknowledge these impediments, and does not cite any rationale for ignoring them, means that the authors are agenda-driven. And their agenda is denial.

Morgaan Sinclair in a slightly different take, writes:

I have had Muslim friends for about 35 years, and have worked with Muslims from some 18 countries. So I have a very personalized picture [of the general Muslim public in the West] over almost four decades now.

My theory is that about 85% of Muslims are actually practicing a spiritual (not orthopraxic) Islam that is NOT part of any of the eight formal schools of fiqh. This is rather best exemplified by the Soheib Bencheikh, the former Mufti of Marseilles. It would nice if you would sometime read up on this fellow, and there are quite a number of others as well.

They are headed as fast as they can toward the Ninth Mahdhab. And this is likely the only way that we can pull this off. Only if there is a formalized Ninth Mahdhab—certainly a possibility since the 8th was created only in 2003 (a mystery that!). There is the real possibility, given the creation of a mahdhab so recently, that another may be created, the joining of which, will start to draw immense amounts of energy OUT OF the radical system.

The only way to fight a bully is to get off the gameboard. That means that WE ought to be getting off oil as fast as possible, refusing admission to people from countries supporting terrorism, shutting the borders, refusing trade, et cetera. Especially stop training them in our universities.

Adopt Israeli rules of border crossing: You cross into Syria and you never get to come back. You go to Pakistan, you don't come home.

BUT THEN, the Ninth Mahdhad becomes the energy drain off of radical Islam. Just back away. The problem right now is that the Mufti of Marseilles, et al., have no formal mahadhab but are trying to create one. That is something we should support. Otherwise we're left with people like you bitching about it with no solutiosn whatsoever EXCEPT a world conflagration in which we do hand-to-hand combat with 1.6 billion angry Muslims.

And so it goes. Forty years ago things were different. Times have changed, and allianaces and impetus change. But this much is self-evident. The enemy continues to thwart our collective and personal visions of world peace without bloodshed. But we, in our sinister resolve, haven't completely lost our dignity (which ain't never been photographed by the way) as we crawl about on our hands and our knees searching for solutions to God's own mystery dance in the fair calling meant only for those two or three gathered...

Duh Swami elsewhere says, "This reminds me a little of fishing. Where the guys in the boats are trying to cast close to the shore, while the fishermen on the shore, are trying to cast out where the boats are. Terrorists train here for fighting over there. While terrorists over there are training for fighting over here. It only makes sense if you are a fisherman or a terrorist..."

Time of the Assassins. The marching, the wincing, the evidence, the plea. Guilty, filthy, frothing as sin, there's you, oh yes, and me...


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Sunday, October 14, 2007


Here's a link to an interesting global incident watch, actually an interactive map which displays thumbtack hot spots and information on the particular alarm.

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Saturday, October 13, 2007


The Saudi financeers at Fox News must be tightening the screws. For the past several years I have generally preferred the even-handed approach of Alan Colmes when tackling those issues which vex us—even when I have disagreed with him—to the bone-gnarling pit bull tactics of GOP shill Sean Hannity. But lately, Mr. Colmes seems to be losing his cool balance, if not his entire perspective, as he ramps up his engagement tactics to match those of his desk pal. Perhaps it's merely the stress of the election cycle that's affecting our liberal friend, but let us again witness this ridiculous exchange between himself and noted Islamic terrorism expert Steve Emerson on Friday night's Hannity and Colmes broadcast.

After some preliminary chat with Hannity, Emerson, rarely in hostile waters when asked by the Fox News spin cycle to opine on the latest Islamic outrage, easily eviscerates the Leftist notion that the terms "radical Islam" or "Islamofascism" are a slam on all Muslims. From where I'm sitting, the linguistic pallor cast by the usually balanced Alan Colmes in trying to defend the religion of Mohammedans, easily outstrips the bogus intellectual posture reminiscent of former President Bill Clinton when publically parsing the territory of "is" several years ago. Watch the bellicose Colmes shred his creds in the clip below:

The clip doesn't show it, but Hannity again repeats the tired and misleading 'extremists have perverted Islam' and 'their twisted version of Islam' apologia that anyone who has actually studied the texts and actions of Islam without the usual perfidies of taqiyya and kitman—that double whammy technique of war deceitful propagandists of Islam and their allies on the Western Left (and Right) use to distort reality, has long ago dismissed. And we might note that while Colmes, Jewish himself, weaponizes this thin argument in defense of Islam, almost never does he support Christians or Jews in their own religious inertias.

In fact, according to noted conservative writer David Horowitz, the very term “Islamo-Fascism” was coined by moderate Muslims who were being slaughtered in Algeria during the 1990s.

The PC crowd gets all excited and nervous (inward cowardice) when one discusses Islam, a subject which is impossible to discuss for more than five minutes without having to discuss its obvious attributes: fascism, terrorism, intolerance, calls for genocide, et cetera; otherwise no conversation could ever take place in the first place.

War by any other name?

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Tuesday, October 09, 2007


Barely 25 km from the bustling township of Karnal, India is the village Mundogari, where people don't buy television sets, don't get themselves photographed, or even listen to Hindi film music.

It's not because they don't have the financial wherewithal to do so; it's because the 5,000-strong Muslim population of the village is under the near-total sway of retrograde maulvis whose edicts have barred the folk from any form of recreation.

With just one Hindu Dalit family in Mundogari, the village has more or less been reduced to a Talibanised relic. It's not the rule of law that enshrines personal freedoms that prevails here; it's the fatwas from maulvis, who interpret the Koran according to their blinkered vision, that calls the shots, preventing people from exerting their right to freedom in a country that celebrated its 60th year of independence in August this year.

Read it all...

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Friday, October 05, 2007


Let me preface this by saying, I am speaking as a Jew and a bit of an amateur historian of sorts. One of the more interesting historical eras was the era of the Third Reich and how the great nations dealt with its rise.

We know, like much of Islam today, early into his reign Hitler was no match for England and France, much less the Soviet Union and America. Like Islam, Hitler needed time to acquire arms and to build his military machine. Then it was tanks, planes, rifles and other military equipment. Today it is weapons of mass destruction.

Hitler knew the powers in his day, particularly England and France, had weak, pusillanimous leaders like the Iranian president rightly pegs Mr. Bush. Don't fool yourself, Bush is a weak little man at the helm of a very powerful military, commercial and industial power. Only Bush is so compromised and so corrupted by his and his family's long standing relationship with the Saudi Royal Family jihadists, Bush is afraid to exercise American military power.

Like Hitler, Ahmadinejad is buying time and gaining legitimacy. With Hitler it was the 1936 Olympics in Germany and American hero, Charles Lindbergh's many visits. Ahmadinejad was just invited to a prestigious University.

Then there was the Munich appeasement, whereby England and France hoped to buy off the Furher by sacrificing tiny Czecholovakia to the Nazis. We know what that achieved, don't we Proud Infidel?

Well, Bush is doing much the same thing by sacrificing Israel to the jihadists. Some people believe Bush is a friend of Israel's. I believe he is an enemy of Israel's. To me as a Jew, Bush is a vicious enemy of the Jewish state. Now unlike Czech's Benes, Bush has his traitorous puppet prime minister in Jerusalem to do his bidding but don't think for a minute what Bush is doing is moral or right.

It is downright evil, contemptible and pusillanimous. Mark my word, should Bush and Rice be successful in Maryland [Mideast Talks] this November, it will only be a matter of time before there is a huge massacre in Israel by the Muslim jihadists. Bush will leave Israel defenseless strategically.

This is criminal I believe in the heavenly books (those up in heaven) Bush will go down in history as the criminal that betrayed Israel, our only ally in the Middle East.


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Imagine if FDR had invited Hitler and Goebbels to toast Aryan Supremacy

The United States has a proud history of standing with Muslims and "mainstream citizens across the broader Middle East," President George W. Bush said during a dinner to mark the end of the daily fast during Ramadan.

Huh? Let's dig up a few Thomas Jefferson and James Madison papers on the topic.

Today, the president said, the world is at war with violent extremists who seek to stop the advance of freedom in Muslim societies around the world. “They attack holy sites, destroy mosques and minarets, and kill innocent men, women and children including Muslims who do not share their radical views. They believe that by spreading chaos and violence they can frustrate the desire of Muslims to live in freedom and peace. We say to them, ‘You do not represent Muslims. You do not represent Islam. And you will not succeed,’” he said."

Despite years of denying what the evidence seems prepared to prove, I now believe that our president is a Manchurian candidate, a stooge. A Saudi stooge, plain and simple. There is a long list of negatives that can be leveled against the President; but on the positive side of the ledger Bush will long be remembered as the President who brought down Saddam Hussein and who allowed this evil dictator to be brought to justice. Because this is precisely what the Saudis wanted him to do. Enter the House of Saud to cajole those mercenary Americans to come in, topple Hussein, and save the royal ass. A loose cannon without strong ties to Islamic superstition, Saddam Hussein had continued to bully his neighbors, earning their fear of him, but thanks to the Saudi-influenced Bush agenda now it's just the Saudis against the Iranians.

It is clear Bush doesn't represent America. He represents multi-national corporate interests and apparently has little walkaround grasp of the constitution, history, religion, ethics, or Islam. Or worse, he has cogently sold out the first four to the fifth, Islam for the sake of business as usual.

Remember those words issued from the Oval Office after September 11, which counseled that Americans needed to simply go about our regular business. Keep shopping. Here's some tax refund money to help you stay in the groove. Business as usual. Saudi Arabian business, that is...

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RIYADH, 4 October 2007—Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Commission (HRC) will urge its counterparts in the European Union to ask their governments not to link terrorism to Islam and also to issue regulations to protect Muslims from prejudice and discrimination because of their faith.

According to a source at HRC, the government-funded rights body will also address various human rights issues in Europe: when Muslims are unjustly interrogated, treated with disrespect, physically or mentally abused, or not allowed to practice their faith freely such as Muslim girls being prevented from wearing the hijab (head cover) in some schools.

The points are expected to be addressed during HRC’s official participation in the Second Arab-European Dialogue on Human Rights and Terrorism, which will take place in Copenhagen on Oct.21-23. “The dialogue is significant because it is being held in Denmark, where the controversy started over the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) cartoons,” the source told Arab News.

The bastards. The following is a composite sketch of what is wrong with this picture.

Here's an idea. Make several quality photocopies of that sign and paste them to the wall outside all of the "Muslim footbath" restrooms in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. They are so disgusted with us that they DEMAND, and are granted their own restrooms. They do this inch by inch as a small minority population. Imagine the future, given problematic Muslim birth rates and the folding chair cultural immune system we place before them. This scenario is about playing for keeps, people. This is not a sensitivity exercise. This is the struggle for dear life.

Remember the signs in the southern U.S. designating "White only" and "Colored only" restrooms, restaurants, drinking fountains? Remember the great pains we as a society endured to eradicate that kind of unjust segregation? Remember how hard it was to dismantle?

The day Saudi Arabia allows passengers to bring in their own religious symbols and the liberty to practice their respective religions in Saudi country, then, and only then will they have the right to initiate a complaint.

Deception or kitman is the only way to describe the Saudi Human Rights Commission's remarks. The notion is laughable, if it weren't so deadly serious. Orwell pegged it on the nose. The world described in "1984" is here in full costume and powers and touches nearly every walk of life around the globe. It is no longer a myth.

Someone from the European Commission should suggest holding an inter-faith prayer session—with Jews, Christian, Hindu, Muslim all participating—at the Kaaba in Mecca. Any surprise at the response which would come whistling past the Western press by the Saudis.

Perhaps these so-called oppressed Muslims should flee to Saudi Arabia claiming asylum. People ask why the "peaceful" ones are always complaining. Frankly, it's one of their great talents, historically tested, along with their ability to infiltrate the nations of their enemies, extract concessions from those same enemies, reproduce in huge numbers and expertly play the victim game. Profficiency in all these talents has given this sorry bunch their master race mentality, producing the chutzpah necessary to make such complaints.

No justice without freedom. There is no freedom of religion under Islam. There is no reason to grant freedom to Islam outside of Arabia.

How many around the world wish the the Saudi to choke on their supply of oil right now! There are several arguments, none pleasant, but all quite probable candidates for a revised plan of combat against these treacherous enemies in the years to come.

From the UK, "Use less oil NOW. Use one's car less. Ask yourself daily, do you really need to make that journey? Do you need to make it by car? Unfortunately the US is geared up for car use. I'm from the UK and was surprised in the US about the lack of pavements (sidewalks). In Houston my hotel (Marriott, North Loop W) was about half a mile from the building we were visiting but a bus was laid on for us. I walked one day and, not only did I get strange looks from drivers, but there was no safe place to cross the main road."

Truth. Laziness and the West's love affair with the internal combustion engine are indirectly funding jihadists. But unless our cities ban all cars except those in a modified public transporation system, and unstitute gasoline rationing on a rational basis, there's little hope we active Americans—bound and determined to pursue whatever piece of happiness guaranteed by the US Constitution we can grab—will reduce our personal consumption enough to inflict ant damage on our enemies in this regard.

Now, let's be clear about why the Saudi and jihadist argument makes total sense to Muslims...

When one is tutored from birth that there is no other religion but Islam, and no other god but Allah, no sort of distorted view of one's own superiority is hypocrisy. Quite the contrary. It simply makes sense. Of course non-Muslims can't just wander wherever they want to go in Saudi Arabia. But Muslims, as the superior class, designated such by Allah himself, without any critical thinking by similar authority to suggest otherwise, these Muslims in the West find no contrivance in asking to be accommodated anywhere on the planet.

Given those perspectives, whether one is a so-called moderate or a fundamentalist, you will muster the same goal for Islam—to advance it and make it the only religion on earth. By any means necessary. Why would they argue any other way? They must be shown otherwise. History shows that only force works on Muslims. It's the way of their holy book.

Saudi Arabia complains that Muslims can't practice their faith freely in Europe. Credit can only be given when credit is due. So here is that nascent road map once again:

Recognize Israel as a sovereign state. Educate your own people to free them from the fetters of Wahhabism. Aallow your women to share equal responsibilities with men, while also granting them freedom to vote and the right to be elected. Allow Christians, Jews and people of different faith to practice their own religion within your borders with liberty and justice for all (yes, we are all working on that one!). Abolish the executions by beheading. Tell your officials to stop distributing pamphlets praising Jihad to pilgrims in Mecca. Learn to spend huge sums of oil-money for the benefit of all mankind and not on funding jihadist madrassas or constructing urinals made of solid gold or 70-80 room palaces for your dynasty.

Then these Saudi royals can talk about prejudice.

Another strategy is equally predictable, and may actually find more public adherants as this Islamic threat gains stronger and more reliable footholds in the West against whom they are warring, that THAT, my friends, is everyone who is not a Muslim, that is to say, a dirty kaffir, in addition to those "moderate" Muslims who need to get off their duff and conduct holy jihad for Allah. That strategy is simply fighting to actually win the war, and to quote another sad poet, by any means necessary:

Perhaps the best alternative to this pending disaster is to embrace the Darwinian laws of nature where the strong rule over the weak. That has always been the true nature of war. What is with this Barbie Doll version of war that's become the contemporary norm? We're militarily stronger than are enemy, once we finally name our enemy. Why don't we just take it? They nationalized us. We forgave them. But this time, it's wat. Yes, that would involve genocide, if we stretch the word from its originally meaning of systematic eradication of a people to the complete and absolute financial and military ruin of a people by strategic means. Yes, civilians may fall to harm's way, but that is what the enemy has already promised us. All war is genocide to a degree.

Of course the third approach is what we all might desire given the blistering alternatives. This is what I call the American faith approach. Patriotic to the core. How about we just develop our own energy resources to fill the gap while we institute a man on the moon type project for developing alternatives? We have the money, we have the ingenuity, so why doesn't our government simply get it done? If Roosevelt/Truman could get us nuclear weapons in 4 years, and Kennedy/Johnson/Nixon could get us to the moon in 8 years, all we need is an inspired leadership.

In fact, the future is now. Let it be known that there is technology available right now to run autos on pure hydrogen with H2O as the only emission (General Motors). Also let it be known that there is more oil under the Canadian Rockies in "oil sand" than in all of the known reserves of the Middle East, Russia, China, and the U.S. combined. Research the Encana Group.

And whether we believe that the "energy shortage" is a myth propagated by those who benefit from the energy addiction we are all part and parcel to—namely Big Oil, or not, to think we can completely abandon oil is very unrealistic; oil will be the best source of energy for quite a while. That means more billions to our enemies. However, there is no reason not to seize the oil fields. These multi-national corporations are piped into the ME and they will continue to sell the stuff to us if we continue to buy it. They won't source their oil from somewhere else because it costs money to redirect all of that infrastructure and they are hardwired to maximize profits in spite of any political agenda. And the Saudis will continue to do what they are doing with our own money. Round and round. Get it? Break up the multi-nationals.

Fund a Manhattan Project to build a hydrogen fuel cell distribution network within five years. Build 50 more nuclear power plants—as opposed to oil or coal and all of the political/environmental detriments to those fuel sources, nuclear is both cleaner AND safer, as long as we don't face internal threats of terrorist cells gunning at us. Deport Muslims who don't pass muster.

Back to the Saudi whining. Since the Islamic Golden Rule only applies to Muslims, fairness isn't involved, and they will not perceive the irony of the situation. They're rip-snorting but slick narcissists, just like Mo. As noted we could always invade Saudi Arabia and seize the oil under the pretext of ending religious discrimination. That's number two in my list. But I prefer number three, as long all as America can self-protect and self-sustain itself while implementing the plan. Bring industry back to the United States.

The world is too large, the people too stupid and greedy, and there is just too many things going wrong with this onece admirable multicultural global village idea now pushing to to the brink of a mutaully assured destruction. Slow down, amigos. Slow down.

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Thursday, October 04, 2007


And they say that Congress is too polarized to agree on anything.

And they are not the only ones.

A Toronto mosque is telling Muslims not to say "Happy Thanksgiving" or invite friends into their homes for turkey dinner on the holiday weekend. The Khalid Bin Al-Walid Mosque says to "avoid participating" in dinners, parties or greetings on Thanksgiving because it is a kuffaar, or non-Muslim, celebration.

A two-part article on the mosque Web site says Muslims should also "stay completely away" from "Halloween trick-and treat nonsense," Christmas, New Year's, anniversaries, birthdays and Earth Day.

"How can we bring ourselves to congratulate or wish people well for their disobedience to Allah? Thus expressions such as Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Birthday, Happy New Year, et cetera, are completely out," it says.

Forty-one Republicans, more than 20 percent of the caucus, and one Democrat voted “present” on a resolution recognizing the commencement of Ramadan on Tuesday. The 42 lawmakers make up more than 10 percent of the members voting on the resolution. There were zero “no” votes, and 14 members did not vote.

The resolution recognized “the Islamic faith as one of the great religions of the world,” rejected “hatred, bigotry and violence directed against Muslims, both in the United States and worldwide” and “[commended] Muslims in the United States and across the globe who have privately and publicly rejected interpretations and movements of Islam that justify and encourage hatred, violence and terror.”

Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.) dismissed the resolution as political correctness gone too far.

“This resolution is an example of the degree to which political correctness has captured the political and media elite in this country,” Tancredo said. “I am not opposed to commending any religion for their faith. The problem is that any attempt to do so for Jews or Christians is immediately condemned as ‘breaching’ the non-existent line between church and state by the same elite.”

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) said, “I voted ‘present’ because I read somewhere that Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion.”

An online critic of all this jibberish is Pelayo who writes:

Islam is a great religion only because one billion creatures claim to be followers. If one billion beople believed that God resided in a garage in Buffalo, would that be so great?

Just about every person who subscribes to a religious belief does so, why? Their parents subscribed to that religion, and only for that reason. It proves that children can be taught to believe anything, and I mean anything. I learned the little song "Jesus Loves the Little Children" at a young age and asked my mother why so many children had polio. Her answers meant well but were unsatisfactory. If everyone analyzed a set of religious texts to the exent that Jason Long and others have, there would be no religion. Some people make fun of people who believe that Allah actually rode a strange creature to heaven and back. Those same people get angry when one questions whether Christ rose from the dead and was bodily sent to heaven.

This is the Big However: No Christian or Jew has ever threatened to kill me because of what I believe.

I wonder what tomorrow will bring. Perhaps a million dancer march with rockers and rollers thundering for peace. That's easy to imagine. A million dancers telling Islam to back off. Unfortunately, that's increasingly more difficult to imagine.

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Photograph by Darrel V. Willis

While Muslims may stress sexuality in heaven at the expense of life's more natural inclinations in the here and now, they are eager to suppress to the point of murder their own and any other woman who dares any hint of revealed skin or individuality. Yes, most religious cultures, including the Jews and the Christians have incarcerated their women in similar phases of blatant irrationality with regards to what constitutes a woman's place in society and the home, so I'm guessing this display of raw bosomly cheer won't pass the Muslim stress test, even if it would save them from a bomb.

Now for the moral equivalency brain twister of the day. Which religion among us currently boasts one point two multitudes of followers now roaming the face of the earth who would love nothing better than to stone or behead these two old hippies sporting a snappy catch-phrase and a chestful of dangling flesh? This is an open book test, people, so take your time.

"In 1992, Islamic assassins had gunned down my good and brave friend Farag Foda, a professor and columnist, a human-rights activist, and an outspoken critic of the Islamic militants. The murder had shocked Cairo and terrified intellectuals... Egypt's most popular preacher, Abdel Hamid Kishk, a blind sheikh who constantly attacked both the government and its official religious establishment. Kishk had been telling his audience that Muslims who entered paradise would enjoy eternal erections and the company of young boys draped in earrings and necklaces. Some of the ulema, the religious scholars at al-Azhar University, the governments seat of Islamic learning, had disagreed. Yes, they said, men in paradise would have erections, but merely protracted, not perpetual. Other experts disputed the possibility of pederasty in paradise. "Is this what concerns Muslims at the end of the 20th century?" [Farag] Foda asked in a column in October magazine. "The world around us is busy with the conquest of space, genetic engineering and the wonders of the computer, while Muslim scholars," he wrote in sadness and pain, 'were worried about sex in paradise.'... he was killed."

—Judith Miller

The repercussions of ridiculing Islamic scholars...

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007


Thanks to Bev for the following observation. And she's not the only American who feels this way...

As an actress here in Chicago who lives about one and a half miles straight west of the Sears Tower (the first thing I see walking out my front door in the morning) I have been scornfully laughed at by the leftists who dominate my profession when I say that the Sears was and remains a target of the Islamic Jihad. It is not so much the target as the idea that there even IS a "jihad" that these psuedo intellectuals will not even consider.

However they never hesitate to warn this practicing Roman Catholic that they KNOW my Church has plans to "persecute" them because of their lifestyles or beliefs and create a theocracy in the US. I have decided to just agree and tell them that indeed everyday Benny 16 sends me marching orders in my email.

Help me Lord I feel like it is 1938 and I am trapped at the dinner party in Britain when Lady Astor proclaimed that it was not Herr Hitler she feared but "that warmonger Winston"!

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Tuesday, October 02, 2007


Read on. This will astound you with its pernicious pomposity and wild-eyed blatant distortions of historical truth further negated by that awesome reality on the ground today across the globe:

One of the defining principles of Hamas and the Islamic Brotherhood is their insistence that the only truth is Islam and that the world is destined to be enlightened only when ruled by Islam. A similar Islamic supremacist ideology was expressed recently in an article by a Palestinian Authority religious leader who was appointed last year by Mahmoud Abbas as member of the Supreme Fatwa Council: "Muslims are masters of the world, its leaders and teachers, even if the West rejects this."

"The Muslims and their societies are more advanced and more sublime than the West and its societies… are more perfect in value system and humanity. The fact that there are those who believe that these are Western values—it is a delusion and false, since the Muslims are masters of the world, its leaders and teachers, even if the West rejects this."

This continues the ongoing social-religious evolution that PMW has been reporting for some time, in which the radical Islamic ideology of Hamas is being adopted by the Fatah of Mahmoud Abbas. See PMW's recent report on the newest PA schoolbooks, "From Nationalist Battle to Religious Conflict". The following was written by Dr. Hamza Dhib Mustafa, member of the Supreme Fatwa Council, appointed by Abbas in August 2006:

"To what does the publication of the declaration of human rights in the West testify in 1948? Didn’t Islam issue something much greater 14 centuries ago?

"Yet, these rights… Islam espoused them 14 centuries ago… Europe and the West in general, would never have reached these principles, had they not been influenced by the advanced Islamic culture and had they not borrowed much from it, including this declaration…

"Islamic societies are cultured, humane and righteous societies, since oppression had not found its way to them and the killing did not spread nor extend among them. They do not go beyond the punishment defined by Islamic law with all that pertains to human rights, regardless of their religion, race, color and their countries [of origin], since human beings are equal from the point of view of Islam… Everyone is equal under the law in terms of their rights and obligations…

"It says in the Quran… in the words [of Allah], praise him: “O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise each other). Verily the most honored of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you.” [Quran, 49,13]

"This and more, Islam promises various rights to the human. It promises him freedom of religion and citizenship, freedom of thought, the right to property, political freedom and his right to employment. The thing that has no doubt… is that Islam preceded Europe and the West, in general, with all that pertains to matters of human rights by no less than 13 centuries …

"The Muslims and their societies are more advanced and more sublime than the West and its societies. They are earlier in human civilization, and are more perfect in value system and humanity. The fact that there are those who believe that these are Western values—it is a delusion and false, since the Muslims are masters, leaders and teachers of the world, even if the West rejects this. It is no wonder that this is rejected by the West, the most eager rival of Islam, its followers and its culture. But shocking and amazing is that these are opinions of some Muslims, and this misdirects their compass from the path of truth, righteousness and wisdom.

“Quite a number of the People of the Book [Jews and Christians] wish they could turn you (Muslims) back to be infidels after you have believed, from selfish envy, after the Truth hath become Manifest unto them.” [Quran, 2,109]

[Dr. Hamza Dhib Mustafa, member of the Palestinian Authority Supreme Fatwa Council, Al Quds, Aug. 28, 2007]

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Police in insurgency-wracked southern Thailand said Tuesday that mobile phones seized from an attack site contain video clips showing suspected insurgents beheading their victims and in one case, cutting off a soldier's sex organ.

Investigators found two mobile phones in a bag left behind in an area of Yala province where suspected insurgents killed a police officer over the weekend, said police Col. Sompien Eksomya from Yala's Bannang Star district, where the attack occurred.

"We sent the SIM cards to be checked out and found gruesome video clips," he said by telephone. One video clip taken Jan. 2, 2006 showed a suspected insurgent beheading a soldier, then severing his penis and laughing with the person taking the video, Sompien said.

The second clip was made on May 14 of this year, showing the beheading of a Buddhist man after he and his wife were shot. A third video clip filmed June 15 shows the bullet-ridden bodies of seven soldiers. Sompien said that police were searching for the men seen in the videos.

More than 2,400 people have been killed in the Muslim-majority southernmost provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat since a long-simmering Islamic separatist insurgency flared up in January 2004. At least 29 Buddhists have been beheaded in the past three years.

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