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A Recurring Tale Of Political Horror

riter Dan Simmons has penned a chilling piece of sci-fi worth any pair of eyes you've got. Read it here. After reading the Dan Simmons tale, return to this page to the menace of demographic conquest outined in the following, originally posted here by Rebecca Bynum: As George Santayana wrote: “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Regarding Islam, we don’t have to look back hundreds of years to learn from history. All we need do is look at what has happened in Great Britain over the past three decades. Islam is not a religion...

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Stratagems Of War, Not Empathy

An interesting point made by JSLA at Jihad Watch: reiterate a point I've made recently which touch on this subject of "womens' rights" within Islam: Focusing on the way Islam victimizes women (or anyone else) is a slippery slope. Yes—speak out on it—the vileness of Islam in all its dimensions needs revealing badly—but buying into the victimology cult of Islam, and especially pitying or crying over the way Muslims victimizes themselves will accomplish nothing. Not only does this play into their Islamic victim-pimping culture, but tacit within this approach is an expectation that Muslims ever will rectify or reform these...


Islam Will Lose, But What Of The West

In a recent article published online at Islam Watch by Mumin Salih, an Arabic-speaking Middle Eastern ex-Muslim, the case once again is made plain that the wretched claims of Islam are not to be trusted. Read and be warned. slam is currently passing through one of its most dynamic times since its rise fourteen hundreds years ago. This dynamic period started long before 9/11 as a fierce struggle, mainly against the west, but also against any nation or group that dares to stand in its way. Most Muslims take this resurgence phase very seriously and consider it as a decisive...


Saddam Gone, Now What?

o another vicious dictator bites the dust. Few people realize that the Baath Party headed up by Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, was actually formed upon the principles and organizational structure of the Nazi party. Iraq, because of its oil and hatred of Jews, was an important battleground between the Axis and Allied powers in World War II. Nazi propaganda was broadcast throughout Baghdad, and Iraqis often went on rampages against Jews throughout the war. One of the most ardent Nazi supporters during WWII was named Khairallah Talfah. Talfah was Saddam's uncle. After the war, many of the key Iraqi Nazi...


Meaningful War

ow, this is what I am talking about. Can't we just abolish war? Ever since Bob Dylan turned the Beatles onto marijuana, America and the West has conveniently forgotten the true meaning or appointments of war. Okay, there was this unpleasant police action thingie that got its start back in the early Fifties but you know, peace and love and understanding are all very nice concepts and even nicer realities where they truly exist, unencumbered by the heavy aroma of bullshit, but thought control fantasy doublespeak serves no one a warm fuzzy feeling without awful side effects. Unfortunately, even for...