Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Shari Law

I have made no secret that I believe the real threat to the US, and western civilization, comes not from terrorist bombs, but from terrorists using our freedom against us and how the so-called "elites" of our world have already surrendered. Some out of ignorance. Some out of fear.

Nothing I have seen better describes the problem, and how we are losing, than this article from City Journal.

Read it. Store it on a memory stick and refer back to it as you read more and more about events that are obviously advancing the cause of Shari Law and the crumbling of our freedoms.

Here is a sample.

Leading liberal intellectuals and academics have shown a striking willingness to betray liberal values when it comes to pacifying Muslims. Back in 2001, Unni Wikan, a distinguished Norwegian cultural anthropologist and Islam expert, responded to the high rate of Muslim-on-infidel rape in Oslo by exhorting women to “realize that we live in a multicultural society and adapt themselves to it.”
More recently, high-profile Europe experts Ian Buruma of Bard College and Timothy Garton Ash of Oxford, while furiously denying that they advocate cultural surrender, have embraced “accommodation,” which sounds like a distinction without a difference. In his book Murder in Amsterdam, Buruma approvingly quotes Amsterdam mayor Job Cohen’s call for “accommodation with the Muslims,” including those “who consciously discriminate against their women.” Sharia enshrines a Muslim man’s right to beat and rape his wife, to force marriages on his daughters, and to kill them if they resist. One wonders what female Muslims who immigrated to Europe to escape such barbarity think of this prescription.

Good late morning

Sorry to be late, but despite the cold weather I am having trouble finding something to rant over this morning. No, that's wrong. There's plenty to invoke disgust, I just can't get there. But let's try...

Hussein has a new name. After his demonstration that he thinks America has 57 states, he is now "Hussein 57." Since one of the Muslim organizations have 57 countries some have said that his slip of the tongue came from that. I think not. I think he just wasn't paying attention in that Muslim school in Indonesia.

The mad men of Burma continue to limit shipment of food, medicene and other supplies. Given that I believe mostly in not attacking countries who can do us no harm.... and that is NOT 90% of the Islamic theocracies...I would not invade... However, a couple of smart cruise missles into the homes of their leaders wouldn't be a bad idea...

I see that Sinclair College has invited a well known American Muslim to speak on 5/16. Freedom of speech and all that, so maybe the students will just not go. Let him rant to an empty hall.

He does share some interesting theories with another Minister named Wright

SHEIK KHALID YASIN, DVD EXCERPT: An AIDS virus, that is a classic disease that was created in Fort McKinley, United States. Fort McKinley, the AIDS virus, 63,000 gallons.

Now, going back to freedom of speech.... Okay, fine. But the constitution doesn't protect anyone's right to be published, and it doesn't protect anyone's right to yell fire in a crowded theater.

I have been traveling for all of my life, have over 3,000,000 miles on United alone, and never saw anything like this.

May 13, 2008 -- A JetBlue pilot forced a Manhattan man to sit on the toilet for three hours during a cross-country flight to free up his seat for a stewardess, the flush-with-fury passenger charges in a $2 million lawsuit filed yesterday.

Soon after, the plane ran into turbulence. While other passengers were ordered to buckle up, Mutlu was "sitting on a toilet stool with no seat belts," the suit claims.

I suspect the pilot will get a full understanding of the what the word "canned" means.

In the meantime we are starting to get the full force of "if you don't support Hussein 57 you're racist.

Here's the worst: In Muncie, a factory town in the east-central part of Indiana, Ross and her cohorts were soliciting support for Obama at malls, on street corners and in a Wal-Mart parking lot, and they ran into "a horrible response," as Ross put it, a level of anti-black sentiment that none of them had anticipated.

"The first person I encountered was like, 'I'll never vote for a black person,' " recalled Ross, who is white and just turned 20. "People just weren't receptive."

For all the hope and excitement Obama's candidacy is generating, some of his field workers, phone-bank volunteers and campaign surrogates are encountering a raw racism and hostility that have gone largely unnoticed -- and unreported -- this election season. Doors have been slammed in their faces. They've been called racially derogatory names (including the white volunteers). And they've endured malicious rants and ugly stereotyping from people who can't fathom that the senator from Illinois could become the first African American president.

The contrast between the large, adoring crowds Obama draws at public events and the gritty street-level work to win votes is stark. The candidate is largely insulated from the mean-spiritedness that some of his foot soldiers deal with away from the media spotlight

Politics is nitty gritty stuff, and if the worker bees are insulted when someone says they will never vote for a black then they have a lot to learn. Now that person may be a racist, or feel they that a viable reason for their position. But not voting for Hussein 57 doesn't make anyone racist, anymore than voting for Hussein 57 because he is black makes anyone a racist.

Chew on that chums, be back later!