July 2013

Four Arabic Words Every Infidel Must Know

n 539 BC, King Belshazzar of Babylon saw a dismembered hand-written four prophetic words on the wall. This "handwriting on the wall was finally interpreted by the prophet Daniel as predicting the fall of the kingdom. He was right. Babylon fell to the Medes-Persians that very night." Like the "handwriting on the wall" that Prophet Daniel had interpreted, there are four Arabic words, which could lead to submission of the entire world to Islam, if non-Muslims do not fully understand their meaning and implications. Those words are taqiyya, tawriya, kitman and muruna. Each of these words describes a different style...

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In The Name Of God, Who Goes There?

ibertarians and statists stand at opposite poles. Their presiding essence is this: the statist seeing the rich man and his fine homes says, "No man should have this much." The libertarian seeing the same thing say, "All men should have as much." Huey P. Long, "Every man a king." Yet the Kingfisher was a hard-boiled Louisiana Democrat and a ruthless statist, and once a big hero of mine (in my early 20s, after reading the new T. Harry Williams biography of Long (1970), giving me the satisfaction of the ends justifying the means in some very special cases (better calculated...


Facts And Fiction: The JFK Assassination Redux

mong the neon spectres, sweaty palm swoons, cigarette smoke, and coffee stained reams of conspiracies theory that have bustled about the name of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, there is one which invariably sticks to the soles of any flat foot who nurses a need to boast of a secret that could have been but probably never was, and this blog entry is the detail-rich tale that JFK was killed as a result of the following presidential statement and subsequent issuing of Executive Order No. 11110. This transfiguring event was no mere dalliance with the shadowy powers that gently push this world...