Sir Humphery Appleby: He's also against oppression and persecution in Africa. Prime Minister Jim Hacker: So are we. Sir Humphery Appleby: Yes but he's against it when practiced by black governments as well as white ones. Prime Minister Jim Hacker: You mean he's a racist.. Yes Prime Minister The Bishops Gambit 1986 Yesterday I complemented … Continue reading The other half of the Mark Steyn Story
It's been said by Hillary Clinton that social media and the internet has become a weapon in the war on terror. In one respect she is absolutely right. As we have seen in Brussels, Israel and Syria Islamists of military age, men and women are actively attacking the people they consider their enemies, regularly risking … Continue reading Emory, Feminists and College Professors Why ISIS is not afraid of us
Mortimer Brewster: Aunt Abby, how can I believe you? There are twelve men down in the cellar and you admit you poisoned them. Aunt Abby Brewster: Yes, I did. But you don't think I'd stoop to telling a fib? Arsenic and Old Lace 1944 Wasn't it just a few years ago when the Government of … Continue reading I’m Old Enough to Remember When Canada Repressed Foes of Islam
...don't look at Israel & Gaza where the muslim population grows look instead at Iraq where the Christian population are marked with N for Jesus the Nazarene. The ISIS deadline for Christians to leave Mosul ended at the weekend, and thousands of people who follow the religion have left the city. And as the last group … Continue reading If you want to see the real thing when it comes to ethnic cleansing…
Juliet: O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I'll no longer be a Capulet. William Shakespeare Romeo & Juliet Act 2 scene 2 4th Doctor: You know something? I'm sure those creatures don't stay on their side … Continue reading Huma Abideen, Anthony Weiner & the Missing Muslim Outrage
GRUGGER: Well, I'm prepared to forget that little incident. MEGLOS: Oh, I hope not. BROTADAC: We'll remember. MEGLOS: Good. Doctor Who Meglos 1980 You have heard that it was said, 'You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I say to you, love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you, that … Continue reading “They treated us like infidels”
To Boost the British Economy I'd tax all foreigners living abroad Monty Python's Flying Circus The Spanish Inquisition 1970 Pirates are hanged Lord Hornblower 1946 I have come to kill Indians and believe it is right and honorable to use any means under God's heaven to kill Indians Col. John M. Chivington Via Glenn I … Continue reading Pirates, Terrorists, Gunowners they’re all the same.
...If the thought of the Syrian rebels with chemicals didn't get you worried perhaps this interview with Sky News might catch your eye: The men only became animated when I showed a little knowledge of Salafist ideology and brought up the works of Islamists such as the Egyptian Sayyid Qutb. This led to a question … Continue reading More of the funloving Syrian Rebels….
Because of personal issues I haven't given the events in Egypt any coverage, that couldn't really been helped but for all the fuss about fiscal cliffs and pregnant princesses the protests of the last few days might in fact be the most consequential events of the 21st century, for the entire world. On Thanksgiving day … Continue reading Building a false narrative in Egypt
...is right here: As yourself this question. How is it that a Jewish woman speaking about Zionism and the threats against Jews is not only unacceptable to the Jewish Federation of LA but that it didn't become unacceptable to them until the day before the event. As Breitbart put it: On Sunday morning, the very … Continue reading The Speech the LA Jewish Federation was afraid of….
The Pentagon under Obama has made an interesting decision. Pushed by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) the Pentagon removed a target in their shooting range depicting an Islamic Woman with a gun In their objection CAIR said: Nihad Awad, executive director of the Washington-based council, said in the letter to Defense Secretary Leon … Continue reading Jihad an equal opportunity employer
Pam Geller has written about the Media embargo of 9/11 images often. If you wonder why that embargo is so important to the totalitarian left Jay Nordlinger discovers it at the Oslo Freedom Forum: Manal al-Sharif, you have also met. She’s the young Saudi woman who broke the taboo against driving. She is a heroine … Continue reading “I saw that my heroes were nothing but bloody terrorists”
Great Britain has been remarkably tolerant of radical Islamists in their midst but apparently there are some lines that are beyond the pale in even in England...at least if you are a member of the House of Lords. Lord Ahmed, 53, who in 1998 became the first Muslim life peer, was reported to have made … Continue reading Apparently there are still some standards of decency Islamists can’t cross in England
While everyone is paying attention to the results in South Carolina the final tally is done in Egypt and the results are just what you might expect? In the vote for the lower house of parliament, a coalition led by the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood won 47 percent, or 235 seats in the 498-seat parliament. The … Continue reading Meanwhile back in Egypt…
General John Burgoyne: "...You will understand Sir, I hope, since you seem to be a gentleman and a man of some spirit in spite of your calling. If we do have the misfortune to hang you, we shall do so as a mere matter of political necessity and military duty without any personal ill feeling." … Continue reading “Well that makes all the difference in the world of course.”