Tag Archives: A religion of pieces
“Sorry, but it’s in the good book”. Vanderbilt says it’s all about dialogue. “The university is dedicated to the free exchange of ideas. It is the belief of the university community that free discussion of ideas can lead to resolution and reconciliation.”
I suggest that some “dialogues” aren’t worth having. And how’s this fellow feel about the presence of girls on campus? Chop off their heads, eh? “Can we talk?”
Do you remember the national outrage unleashed by our press on Bob Jone’s University’s ban on inter-racial dating? We’ll see nothing like that here, because well, it’s just those crazy wog muslims, isn’t it?
There’s a problem with the bigotry of soft expectations. It’s fine when applied to the darkies, who are expected to become wards of the Democrats. So an 80% illegitimate birth rate, a 70% high school drop out rate, most of the males in prison, all okay – what racist Democrat could demand or want more? But the muslims are a different kettle of fish – they are here to kill us – to eradicate our Judeo-Christian ethical system and impose their own, which includes a bloody death by sword to infidels: that would be us.
The trouble with liberals is that they don’t believe what the muslims say: “If they come to know us, they’ll love us.” Well no, that’s not what’s happening, and when universities like Vanderbilt tolerate the presence of these hate mongers and enemies of western civilization they just hasten our demise.
So a lady suicide bomber blows up 50 of her fellow muslims today. I guess she was a Sunni and the folks she killed were Shiites, as though I could care. Point being, the religion of peace claims that, once they kill or convert all infidels, a muslim caliphate will bring peace, joy and happiness to the world. Good luck with that: turns out, after knocking all of us off, either the Sunnis or the Shiites will have to wipe out the other and then we’ll have peace. I can hardly wait, although I guess I’ll have to.
An “insult to Muslims”, wails one Egyptian cleric, while the Organization of the Islamic Conference, calls the vote a “recent example of growing anti-Islamic incitements in Europe by extremist, anti-immigrant, xenophobic, racist, scare-mongering ultra-right politicians who reign over common sense, wisdom and universal values.” Boo hoo.
The only Christian church I’m aware of in the land of the religion of peace and tolerance is a tiny one in Qatar, opened in 2008 and built without bells or, God forbid (so to speak) a cross. Saudi Arabia not only bars churches, it confiscates bibles and burns them when it finds them. Etcetera, etcetera. So until they show the same tolerance they demand from the west, I’ll tell them to pound sand.
Probably not enforceable, but as an expression of discomfort at seeing their tiny country taken over by muslims, it’s telling. A lot of Londoners would probably vote the same way.
Nothing was done with the information, of course – acknowledging we were watching him might have hurt his feelings.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. intelligence agencies learned an Army psychiatrist tried to contact people linked to al Qaeda and they gave the information to federal authorities before the man allegedly went on shooting spree in Texas last week, U.S. sources said on Monday.
It is unclear what federal law enforcement authorities did with the information.
Thirteen people were killed in the Fort Hood shooting by the suspected gunman, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a Muslim born in the United States of immigrant parents.[that would be Palistine – Ed]
Hope for change.
“Going postal” is a piquant American phrase that describes the phenomenon of violent rage in which a worker–archetypically a postal worker–“snaps” and guns down his colleagues.
As the enormity of the actions of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan sinks in, we must ask whether we are confronting a new phenomenon of violent rage, one we might dub–disconcertingly–“Going Muslim.” This phrase would describe the turn of events where a seemingly integrated Muslim-American–a friendly donut vendor in New York, say, or an officer in the U.S. Army at Fort Hood–discards his apparent integration into American society and elects to vindicate his religion in an act of messianic violence against his fellow Americans. This would appear to be what happened in the case of Maj. Hasan.
Reuters and the Times still refer to terrorists as freedom fighters so I’m not holding my breath on them adopting this term. But we can.