Sunday, November 29, 2009

Guess Who's Coming to Diner

The first annual arab global forum is coming to DC on Dec. 7&8.
What's on the menu: US technology, fighting common misperceptions, and closing eductation gaps...please allow me to translate:

stealing infidel trade secrets, taqqiya, and importing muslims to further colonize.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Muslim Honor

Here is a dozen made dirty by muslim honor. Try to behold this travisity as cultural sensativity, if you can, I hope it drags you to hell. This is my only exception on immigration, we need to rescue the women and children from this dark world, leave the men for the company of their fellow jackals.

Barbarians at the Gates

The light cannot reach those who relish the dark corners of the soul.
The judeau christian west is superior than the barbarous muslims, and we must never equivocate, nor apologize, nor allow them into the city gates.
Click on the link for the images.

Terrorism that's personal (12 images)EDITOR'S NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Text by Jim Verhulst, Times' Perspective editor | Photos by Emilio Morenatti, Associated Press

We typically think of terrorism as a political act.

But sometimes it’s very personal. It wasn’t a government or a guerrilla insurgency that threw acid on this woman’s face in Pakistan. It was a young man whom she had rejected for marriage. As the United States ponders what to do in Afghanistan — and for that matter, in Pakistan — it is wise to understand both the political and the personal, that the very ignorance and illiteracy and misogyny that create the climate for these acid attacks can and does bleed over into the political realm. Nicholas Kristof, the New York Times op-ed columnist who traveled to Pakistan last year to write about acid attacks, put it this way in an essay at the time: “I’ve been investigating such acid attacks, which are commonly used to terrorize and subjugate women and girls in a swath of Asia from Afghanistan through Cambodia (men are almost never attacked with acid). Because women usually don’t matter in this part of the world, their attackers are rarely prosecuted and acid sales are usually not controlled. It’s a kind of terrorism that becomes accepted as part of the background noise in the region. ...

“Bangladesh has imposed controls on acid sales to curb such attacks, but otherwise it is fairly easy in Asia to walk into a shop and buy sulfuric or hydrochloric acid suitable for destroying a human face. Acid attacks and wife burnings are common in parts of Asia because the victims are the most voiceless in these societies: They are poor and female. The first step is simply for the world to take note, to give voice to these women.” Since 1994, a Pakistani activist who founded the Progressive Women’s Association ( to help such women “has documented 7,800 cases of women who were deliberately burned, scalded or subjected to acid attacks, just in the Islamabad area. In only 2 percent of those cases was anyone convicted.”

The geopolitical question is already hard enough: Should the United States commit more troops to Afghanistan and for what specific purpose? As American policymakers mull the options, here is a frame of reference that puts the tough choices in even starker relief: Are acid attacks a sign of just how little the United States can do to solve intractable problems there — therefore, we should pull out? Or having declared war on terrorism, must the United States stay out of moral duty, to try to protect women such as these — and the schoolgirls whom the Taliban in Afghanistan sprayed with acid simply for going to class — who have suffered a very personal terrorist attack? We offer a reading file of two smart essays that come to differing conclusions.

• In August, Perspective published a New York Times Magazine piece that followed up the story of Afghan sisters Shamsia and Atifa Husseini, who were attacked with acid simply for attending school. If you wish to refresh your memory, you may read the original article here.

• Two very smart, informed observers come to opposite conclusions on the proper U.S. course of action in Afghanistan. Here are excerpts from arguments that each of them has recently made:

Here are excerpts from Steve Coll’s “Think Tank” blog at, in which he argues why we can’t leave — “What If We Fail In Afghanistan?” (Read it in full here.)

In an essay entitled “The War We Can’t Win” in Commonweal (also reprinted this month by Harper’s), Andrew J. Bacevich makes the case that we are overstating the importance of Afghanistan to U.S. interests. Bacevich is a professor of international relations at Boston University and the author, most recently, of The Limits of Power. A retired Army lieutenant colonel, he served from 1969 to 1992, in Vietnam and the first Persian Gulf War. He was a conservative critic of the Iraq war. Several of his essays have run before in Perspective. To read this one in full, go here.

• See the Sunday November 22, 2009 Perspective section in the St. Petersburg Times But be forewarned: Those photos are even harder to look at than this one.

Christian Warrior Anthem

I am going to do something special with this.

The transliterated lyrics to "Preliator," which is Latin for "Warrior" or "Fighter," read as follows. For simplicity's sake, I have deleted the first version of the lyrics, which are flat-out inaccurate. My thanks to Kendralogan, who laid down the framework for this answer, and for beginning the translation. As the lyrics to this song were written by someone who only knew basic Latin, I have taken some creative license and expanded them slightly so that they make more sense in English. They are as follows:

Our savior, blessed God, You are eternal
Your mystery, your holy death, before all

Our blessed Savior,
You number the hairs on our heads;
Truly blessed, blessed are we
We, the warriors of truth

Our savior, blessed God
We fight for your holy cause
Beyond eternity, enduring always
Are you, the leader of the choir, Regal King of the universe

For you Savior, we defend the holy cause
Bright Father, gloried in resurrection!
For you Savior, we defend the holy cause
Bright Father, gloried upon that day

The earth is shadowed, an evil place
Those who are wicked shall perish,
Who do not take what our Master has put forth
The Bright Father, Regal King of the universe

For you Savior, we defend the holy cause.
Bright Father, gloried in resurrection!
For you Savior, we defend the holy cause.
Bright Father, gloried upon that day!

For you Savior, we defend the holy cause
Bright Father, gloried in resurrection!
For you Savior, we defend the holy cause
Bright Father, gloried upon that day!

Tearful, tearful are those
Who do not take what our Master has put forth

Friday, November 20, 2009

Hasan's Lecture

Unlike the other famous last lecture, which was full of good advice, here's Hasan's lecture to other military officers. Good job you cabbage head generals for instilling such an emphasis on "diversity" that your solider's are afraid to act on red flags like this:


Let me know which you like better:
MOTUS Muslim of the United States or
COTUS Caliph of the United States

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Ft. Hood: Jihad Job

Ft. Hood is a jihadi attack.
Multiple attackers targeting troops deploying to muslim countries=Jihad
This is the only reason FBI has gone to Ft. Hood.
What remains to be seen is how many more supported. Who was their imam? Was he a military chaplin? What about the families.

Expect CAIR to issue the Islamaphoia warning any time now.
Media will play along or minimize, much like they did with the beltway sniper John Allen Mohammed.

More to follow.


Well its official, CAIR knows who I am. RFDAH got mentioned in
this CAIR press release for being in their banquet.
I'll take this as a badge of honor, I think CAIR intends it as a warning.
Either way, they cared enough to go digging.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Council on American-Islamic
Relations (CAIR) today distributed an editorial, entitled "Islamophobia
Machine Targets American Muslims," outlining what the Washington-based Muslim
civil rights group says is a campaign by "extremists of all stripes who
coordinate and cooperate in a relentless effort to demonize Islam and deprive
American Muslims of their civil rights."

CAIR distributed the editorial through ISLAM-OPED, a syndication service
designed to offer an American Muslim perspective on current political, social
and religious issues. ISLAM-OPED commentaries are offered free-of-charge to
one media outlet in each market area. Permission for publication will be
granted on a first-come-first-served basis. (Contact: CAIR National
Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-488-8787, 202-744-7726,


CAIR: Islamophobia Machine Targets American Muslims
Nihad Awad

[Nihad Awad is national executive director for the Council on American-Islamic
Relations (CAIR), the nation's leading Muslim civil liberties organization. He
may be contacted at]

"Are you a believer?" asked the participant in a Capitol Hill gathering of
Islamophobes and Muslim-bashers who -- according to conference materials --
were seeking to promote "freedom of speech and religion."

When CAIR's intern answered, "Yes, of course," the conference participant --
whose card indicated he works for "Encountering Islam Christian Ministry" and
obviously thinking "believer" meant something other than Muslim -- replied,
"Good, because we want to cut their [Muslims'] necks off."

Just one hour later, the officially-registered intern was asked to leave the
conference, which was held in the U.S. Congressional Auditorium, because "some
of the panel members do not feel comfortable with you being here." So much for
freedom of speech and religion.

Before being ejected, CAIR's intern heard one audience member seek advice from
a panelist as to how American Muslim rights could be "curtailed," given the
fact that "unfortunately" Islam itself cannot be outlawed.

But not to worry -- one of the speakers at the Washington, D.C., conference
does advocate outlawing Islam in America. That speaker, David Yerushalmi,
works for one of the other speakers at the conference, Frank Gaffney Jr.

Other panelists included anti-Islam hate blogger Pam Geller, who has appeared
at Muslim-bashing events with Gaffney and with another conference speaker,
Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Adam Hasner. Hasner recently
hosted an appearance by extremist anti-Islam Dutch politician Geert "ban the
Quran" Wilders in Florida, which was co-hosted by the hate blogger and
promoted by another conference panelist, Tom Trento of the Florida Security

Does all this make sense? It does if you understand that there is an
"Islamophobia Machine" made up of extremists of all stripes who coordinate and
cooperate in a relentless effort to demonize Islam and deprive American
Muslims of their civil rights.

The list of attendees at CAIR's recent sold-out 15th annual banquet in
Arlington, Va., further illustrates how the Islamophobia machine works.

Two of those who purchased tickets for the banquet were notorious Islamophobes
with histories of Muslim-bashing and associations with hate groups.

Among the 750 Muslim community members and activists, interfaith leaders and
diplomats from Muslim-majority nations who heard addresses by speakers such as
Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs of Progressive Faith Foundation
were the two "moles" -- a hijab-clad representative of an anti-Islam group and
a "counterterrorism consultant" who claims Thomas Jefferson only owned a Quran
"so that he could know his enemy, so he could confront them, know them, kill

The consultant, John Cosgrove, made that claim weeks earlier as he protested
the "Day of Islamic Unity," during which thousands of American Muslims
gathered for prayer on Capitol Hill. Cosgrove is head of the Virginia chapter
of the anti-Muslim hate group called the United American Committee (UAC). He
was one of the main opponents of the expansion of an Islamic school in

In 2007, the head of the UAC called Islam a "cult" and said terrorists are
"honest" Muslims. He also stated that anyone who believes Muslims are not the
"enemy" is "incredibly ignorant or a simple-minded fool."

SEE: GOP Women's Group Promotes Anti-Muslim Hate

Hijab-wearing mole number two, Christine Brim, is senior vice president for
policy and program management at the Center for Security Policy. She was asked
to leave the event after being observed surreptitiously recording the banquet
speeches, despite earlier being given legal notice that such recordings were
prohibited. Instead of speaking to security personnel, Brim immediately fled
to the hotel's exit. (CAIR's dinner was an open event with media present.
Unauthorized recordings are prohibited only to prevent abuse by those who
have, in the past, sought to smear the speakers by distorting their words.)

Brim, along with Cosgrove, was an opponent of the Islamic school in Virginia.

Her group and its President Frank Gaffney Jr. actively promote the racist and
anti-Islam ideology of David Yerushalmi, the center's general counsel, who has
advocated outlawing the practice of Islam in America and permanently closing
all U.S. mosques.

SEE: Center for Security Policy Staff

In a 2007 commentary headlined "War Manifesto -- The War Against Islam,"
Yerushalmi called for a "war against Islam and all Muslim faithful." He wrote
in part:

"On the so-called Global War on Terrorism, GWOT, we have been quite clear
along with a few other resolute souls. This should be a WAR AGAINST ISLAM and
all Muslim faithful...At a practical level, this means that Shari'a and
Islamic law are immediately outlawed. Any Moslem in America who adopts
historical and traditional Shari'a will be subject to deportation. Mosques
which adhere to Islamic law will be shut down permanently. No self-described
or practicing Muslim, irrespective of his or her declarations to the contrary,
will be allowed to immigrate to this country..."

Another such "manifesto" called for making "adherence to Islam" punishable by
a 20-year prison term.

In a 2006 article for The American Spectator, Yerushalmi wrote: "Muslim
civilization is at war with Judeo-Christian civilization...The Muslim peoples,
those committed to Islam as we know it today, are our enemies."

In another article, Yerushalmi wrote: "Instead of a promise of victory, Sura
24:52 must be made ashes in the mouths of Muslims. A seemingly unending air
control campaign over enemy territory is the way to continually remind the
Muslims of their subordinate status and the impotence of Allah without
becoming mired in the quagmire of counterinsurgency."

He also wrote that he "has staked out an approach which is to Know the Enemy
by declaring the enemy historical, traditional, and authoritative Islam."

Yerushalmi's website once contained the following white supremacist language
as part of its mission statement:

"America was the handiwork of faithful Christians, mostly men, and almost
entirely white, who ventured from Europe to create a nation in their image of
a country existing as free men under G-d."

Other articles on his website made racist statements such as: "There is a
reason the founding fathers did not give women or black slaves the right to
vote," and "Race matters and affects your intelligence. Jews are the smartest
white people around. Orientals smarter than Whites. Latinos next. Then

Another article stated:

"Is there something unique about the Black American (or, at least the Black
New Yorker) that leads him to murder so disproportionately and to most often
kill and victimize his own?"

Yerushalmi is also the former employer of Dave Gaubatz, his one-time "Director
of Intelligence and Counter-terrorism Studies" and author of a Muslim-bashing
book. In 2007, Yerushalmi's group paid Gaubatz $148,898 for "research."

Gaubatz has a long history of bigotry targeting Islam and Muslims. He has
called Islam an "evil ideology" and a "terminal disease." Along with his past
rhetorical attacks Islam, Gaubatz has called President Obama a "crack head"
and wrote that "a vote for Hussein Obama is a vote for Sharia Law."

It is becoming obvious to anyone who puts all the parts of the Islamophobia
machine together that American Muslims are being targeted by a coordinated and
well-funded nationwide effort to disenfranchise their community and demonize
their faith.

This insidious effort will only succeed if Americans of all faiths fail take a
stand against un-American attempts to divide our nation along religious lines.


CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization.
Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue,
protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that
promote justice and mutual understanding.

CONTACT: CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-488-8787 or
202-744-7726, E-Mail:; CAIR Communications Coordinator Amina
Rubin, 202-488-8787 or 202-341-4171, E-Mail:

SOURCE Council on American-Islamic Relations

Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR National Communications Director, +1-202-488-8787, +1-
202-744-7726,, Amina Rubin, or CAIR Communications
Coordinator, +1-202-488-8787, +1-202-341-4171,

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