Monday, March 31, 2008

The REAL Islam

The Film Vs. The Faith
After months of controversy, Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders was finally able to release his film critical of Islam called “Fitma.” In the 15-minute movie, Wilders argues that the jihadists attacking free societies are not distorting Islamic teachings. In fact, Wilders says, they are inspired by the Quran’s many verses that justify violence against non-believers. Wilders says the Quran is a “fascist” book.

The reaction has been predictable and depressing. Islamic websites have called for Wilders to be killed—threats that can’t be ignored. In 2004, another Dutch filmmaker, Theo van Gough, was murdered by a jihadist in Amsterdam after he released a film about the mistreatment of women in Islamic societies. Muslim demonstrators in a number of countries have demanded that western nations pass laws forbidding criticism of Islam, and Wilder’s film has been condemned by European officials and the Secretary General of the U.N., who said “incitement” against a religious faith should never be allowed.

It is hard to take the Secretary General or the European Union seriously in their outrage over this “insult” to Islam. Everyday in the Palestinian territories—on T.V., in movies and in music—there is a steady diet of incitements against Jews, who are routinely compared to apes and monkeys. Palestinian students are taught that Jews use the blood of kidnapped Muslim children in Jewish religious ceremonies. Where are the condemnations from Europe or the U.N. for this incitement? In fact, the exact opposite has happened—Europe and the U.S. are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars of subsidies into a new Muslim Palestinian State being built on a foundation of hate and incitement.

The reaction of European politicians to Geert Wilders’ film is proof that radical Islam has already cowered too many Western leaders into silence. Many people are so worried about literally losing their heads that they are willing to lose their democratic values of free speech and open debate. Certainly radical Islam is a threat, but long-term, the greater danger to our liberty may be internal—the lack of resolve to defend western values against the demands of the new fascism.


The Stealth Jihad of the MSA
Established in January 1963 at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada, or MSA (also known as MSA National) currently has chapters on nearly 600 college campuses across North America.) The relationship between MSA National and the individual university chapters is not a fixed hierarchy, but rather a loose connection. Thus the policies and views of the national organization may differ from those of some of the local chapters.) Stating that its mission is “to serve the best interest of Islam and Muslims in the United States and Canada so as to enable them to practice Islam as a complete way of life,”MSA is by far the most influential Islamic student organization in North America.

Founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, MSA was named in Mohammed Akram’s 1991 memorandum as one of the Brotherhood’s likeminded “organizations of our friends” who shared the common goal of destroying America and turning it into a Muslim nation. These “friends” were described by the Brotherhood as groups that could help teach Muslims “that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands ... so that ... God’s religion Islam is made victorious over all other religions.”

From its inception, MSA had close links with the extremist Muslim World League, whose chapters’ websites have featured not only Osama bin Laden’s propaganda, but also publicity-recruiting campaigns for Wahhabi involvement with the Chechen insurgents in Russia. According to author and Islam expert Stephen Schwartz, MSA is a key lobbying organization for the Wahhabi sect of Islam.

MSA solicited donations for the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, whose assets the U.S. government seized in December 2001 because that organization was giving financial support to the terrorist group Hamas. MSA also has strong ties to the World Assembly of Muslim Youth.

Charging that U.S. foreign policy is driven by militaristic imperialism, MSA steadfastly opposes the American military incursions into both Afghanistan and Iraq. The organization also follows the Arab propaganda line in the Middle East conflict and has condemned the anti-terrorist security fence that Israel has built in the West Bank as an illegal “apartheid wall” that violates the civil and human rights of Palestinians.

An influential member of the International ANSWER steering committee, MSA maintains a large presence at ANSWER-sponsored anti-war demonstrations. The pro-North Korea, pro-Saddam Hussein ANSWER is a front organization of the Marxist-Leninist Workers World Party.

Local chapters of MSA signed a February 20, 2002 document, composed by the radical group Refuse & Resist (a creation of the Revolutionary Communist Party’s) condemning military tribunals and the detention of immigrants apprehended in connection with post-9/11 terrorism investigations. The document read, in part: “They the U.S. government are coming for the Arab, Muslim and South Asian immigrants. … The recent ‘disappearances,’ indefinite detention, the round-ups, the secret military tribunals, the denial of legal representation, evidence kept a secret from the accused, the denial of any due process for Arab, Muslim, South Asians and others, have chilling similarities to a police state.”

MSA has strongly opposed the Patriot Act, which it describes as an “infamous” piece of legislation. The organization’s chapters across the United States have similarly denounced virtually every other national security initiative implemented by the U.S. government since the 9/11 attacks.

MSA chose not to endorse or participate in the May 14, 2005 “Free Muslims March Against Terror,” an event whose stated purpose was to “send a message to the terrorists and extremists that their days are numbered ... and to send a message to the people of the Middle East, the Muslim world and all people who seek freedom, democracy and peaceful coexistence that we support them.”

(Editors note): Make sure everyone you know in college gets this information, otherwise they might unwittingly join this radical jihadist group.


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Fraud in America: easy if you aren't Whitey

Many years ago the federal government would not let new immigrants have access to public welfare systems like Social Security, Medicare, and welfare for the first 5 years when a legal immigrant became a US citizen. This was fair because not only did it prevent abuse by recent immigrants on social programs that they had never paid into but it also helped avoid a welfare mentality in newly arriving immigrants to the USA, giving them a healthy view of work within our society and deterring laziness, a "gimme" mindset, and even crime (idle hands). However, these laws are not being enforced and it is gutting the financial stability of the US taxpayer and rapidly depleting the social funds of the US overall, and here is how it is being done:

My mother recently went to a two day certification program to help take care of my elderly grandmother. She is now 81 years old and my mother wants to avoid putting her in a nursing home for as long as possible (old folks homes are mostly inhumane). Since a state pays around $6,000 per person in a nursing home, many states now encourage family members to keep their elderly parents at home with financial incentives. The amount of money varies from state to state but in Washington state it comes to about $2,000 to $3,000 per month, per parent.

During the program, my mother was (shockingly) the only white person and only English speaker in the room (a dozen all told). The remaining "citizens" were Laotian, Ukrainian, and Mexican and since none of them spoke English, paid interpreters for all 3 groups had to be on hand, and they were paid by the state of Washington to interpret. All of the "citizens" were new immigrants and all will be taking care of their own elders (who had apparently moved to the US as well). Since they were new immigrants, none had paid anything into the "system". Sad huh?

It's this sort of fraud and abuse that will destroy the USA. The government of Washington KNOWS what is happening because they paid for the interpreters. They also know the status of each person but because of a rampant PC mentality in this state, nothing will be done.

This sort of fraud and abuse should be outlawed and banned.....

Words Do Matter
Many Americans – Republicans, Democrats and Independents -- have been rightly outraged over the defeatist statements of leading politicians. High ranking members of Congress have declared our war effort in Iraq “lost,” while others have gone so far as to accuse our soldiers of “cold-blooded murder.” Others insist that the war is wrong and must be ended – even without victory. Such remarks have rankled many of us. I and others have suggested that such talk provides “aid and comfort” to our enemies, who are keenly aware of U.S. news and public opinion. The Left has dismissed these complaints. In fact, some have even wrapped their anti-war, anti-military rhetoric in the flag, arguing that their dissent is itself a form of patriotic expression. Maybe they won’t take my word for it, but hopefully they will listen to Harvard researchers, who just completed a study and concluded that there is in fact a “measurable emboldenment effect” from defeatist rhetoric.

According to one press report, the study found: “Periods of intense news media coverage in the United States of criticism about the war, or of polling about public opinion on the conflict, are followed by a small but quantifiable increases in the number of attacks on civilians and U.S. forces in Iraq. …The increase in attacks is more pronounced in areas of Iraq that have better access to international news media…” This report certainly does put a new spin on those who say they support our troops, but oppose the war. The best way to support our troops and bring them home faster is to support them fully in word and deed and stop giving our enemy reasons to believe that it is breaking our resolve!

I’m sure you noticed the press coverage lately reminding us that the toll in Iraq has reached 4,000 casualties. As veteran and columnist Ralph Peters put it, “For those who lose a loved one, that single casualty might as well be a million.” But Peters titled his column today “Abusing America’s War Dead,” and that’s exactly how I felt listening to the talking heads in the media and many politicians denouncing the war. They are not “honoring” our heroes. They are using their deaths as a political cudgel to criticize America and our policies. And, once again, through their words they are providing aid and comfort to the Islamofascists who fly planes into buildings, behead their captives and strap bombs on children and disabled women. Like World War II, this is a fight for civilization, and it is a fight we must win.

Ten Worst Countries to be a Woman
Here are 10 of the worst countries in the world to be a woman today:

• Afghanistan: The average Afghan girl will live to only 45 – one year less than an Afghan male. After three decades of war and religion-based repression, an overwhelming number of women are illiterate. More than half of all brides are under 16, and one woman dies in childbirth every half hour. Domestic violence is so common that 87 per cent of women admit to experiencing it. But more than one million widows are on the streets, often forced into prostitution. Afghanistan is the only country in which the female suicide rate is higher than that of males.

• Democratic Republic of Congo: In the eastern DRC, a war that claimed more than 3 million lives has ignited again, with women on the front line. Rapes are so brutal and systematic that UN investigators have called them unprecedented. Many victims die; others are infected with HIV and left to look after children alone. Foraging for food and water exposes women to yet more violence. Without money, transport or connections, they have no way of escape.

• Nepal: Early marriage and childbirth exhaust the country's malnourished women, and one in 24 will die in pregnancy or childbirth. Daughters who aren't married off may be sold to traffickers before they reach their teens. Widows face extreme abuse and discrimination if they're labelled bokshi, meaning witches. A low-level civil war between government and Maoist rebels has forced rural women into guerrilla groups.

• Sudan: While Sudanese women have made strides under reformed laws, the plight of those in Darfur, in western Sudan, has worsened. Abduction, rape or forced displacement have destroyed more than 1 million women's lives since 2003. The janjaweed militias have used systematic rape as a demographic weapon, but access to justice is almost impossible for the female victims of violence.

• Guatemala, where an impoverished female underclass faces domestic violence, rape and the second-highest rate of HIV/AIDS after sub-Saharan Africa. An epidemic of gruesome unsolved murders has left hundreds of women dead, some of their bodies left with hate messages.

In Mali, one of the world's poorest countries, few women escape the torture of genital mutilation, many are forced into early marriages, and one in 10 dies in pregnancy or childbirth.

In the tribal border areas of Pakistan, women are gang-raped as punishment for men's crimes. But honour killing is more widespread, and a renewed wave of religious extremism is targeting female politicians, human rights workers and lawyers.

In oil-rich Saudi Arabia, women are treated as lifelong dependents, under the guardianship of a male relative. Deprived of the right to drive a car or mix with men publicly, they are confined to strictly segregated lives on pain of severe punishment.

In the Somali capital, Mogadishu, a vicious civil war has put women, who were the traditional mainstay of the family, under attack. In a society that has broken down, women are exposed daily to rape, dangerously poor health care for pregnancy, and attack by armed gangs.

Even in the 21st century, it's still hard to be a woman.....


Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Religion of Peace?

1)The Middle East terrorist are hooking up with Far East drug cartels in a much more formal way. In some cases they are actually taking over the drug operations completely. The Central Asian republics are imploding. Drug production is the fastest growing part of the economy in the region and since the republics were former Soviet Union toxic waste dumps, we could soon have Middle East terrorist groups selling radioactive heroin and crack in the United States.

2)Missives from the Middle East are a chilling chronicle of hatred of America by fanatics who seek to extinguish freedom, enslave women, corrupt education, and kill Americans wherever and whenever they can....


3)Radical terrorists attacked a group of tourists in November 1997 at the Valley of the Kings, in Luxor, Egypt (the country's most popular tourist area). Six terrorists disguised as policemen shot and slashed to death fifty-eight Japanese and Swiss tourists, including women and children, just as they exited their bus, looking forward to viewing the pyramids. Four Egyptian law officials died in the slaughter as well....four years before 911.

4)The transnational nature of the terrorist threat that confronts the United States was dramatically illustrated in the September 11 attacks. The terrorists underwent basic training in Afghanistan. They planned their attack in Western Europe. Their finances were developed from the Middle East. That bin Laden's minions draw their resources from around the globe ie well known. The perpetrators trained in flying skills in America, they fine-tuned their operation in Southeast Asia and launched their specific efforts from three different American states.


Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Media Misses Again

There were several screaming headlines last week from the mainstream media that seemed to suggest that a new Pentagon report undermined the administration’s case for toppling Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq. The headlines read, “No Link Between Saddam And Al Qaeda” or some variation thereof. It’s true that the executive summary of the report says there was “no smoking gun” evidence of a direct connection between Hussein and Al Qaeda. So, we know that Saddam did not host an official state dinner in Baghdad with Osama bin Laden as the guest of honor and recipient of the “Terrorist Lifetime Achievement Award.” Fair enough. The rest of the report, however, is actually quite damning and confirms what has been repeatedly written in this space: Saddam Hussein’s Iraq was a state sponsor of terrorism, an enemy of the United States and a destabilizing influence in the Middle East and the world. Here are just a few of the findings the media chose to gloss over:

• Saddam’s regime often cooperated directly, albeit cautiously, with terrorist groups when they believed such groups could help advance Iraq's long-term goals. The regime carefully recorded its connections to Palestinian terror organizations in numerous government memos. One such example documents Iraqi financial support to families of suicide bombers in Gaza and the West Bank.

• State sponsorship of terrorism became such a routine tool of state power that Iraq developed elaborate bureaucratic processes to monitor progress and accountability in the recruiting, training, and resourcing of terrorists. Examples include the regime’s development, construction, certification, and training for car bombs and suicide vests in 1999 and 2000.

• Saddam supported groups that either associated directly with Al Qaeda (such as the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, led at one time by bin Laden’s deputy, Ayman al Zawahiri) or that generally shared Al Qaeda’s stated goals and objectives.

That last point led Michael Goldfarb of the Weekly Standard to ask rhetorically, “Really? Saddam Hussein ‘supported’ a group that merged with al Qaeda in the late 1990s, run by al Qaeda’s #2, and the New York Times thinks this is not a link between Iraq and al Qaeda? How does that work?” Unfortunately, it fits a now familiar pattern. Like last year’s National Intelligence Estimate that “concluded” that Iran had abandoned its nuclear weapons program in 2003, the media are cherry-picking selected lines out of context, missing the point entirely and making up the news, rather than reporting it. If you are interested in a detailed analysis and more accurate reading of the Pentagon report than what Big Media have provided thus far, I recommend Stephen Hayes’ column in the Weekly Standard entitled, “Saddam’s Dangerous Friends.”

The (Despicable) Burka
The burka has a grill in the front of the face. It is designed to take away a woman's peripheral vision. If she wants to look at something, she has to turn her entire head. In this way, a husband can tell all the time what his wife is looking at; and whether he is holding her interest. Of course the beatings commence when the couple gets home if she looks anywhere else....despicable!


Saturday, March 08, 2008

The Media, Hamas, and Scientists

The Media's Nauseating Approach to Terror Reporting
by Seton Motley March 7, 2008 - 15:25 ET

There is a push by the Jurassic Press -- in two directions at once -- to frame just-so their presentation of the murder and murderers engaged in the attempted global implementation of political Islam.

One such shove was again demonstrated by the New York Times this past February 13th. The Media attempt to present these bits of human flotsam -- and their family members and friends -- in the most sympathetic of possible lights. The Times portrayal of the mourning father and grandfather of recently rubbed out Hezbollah serial assassin Imad Mugniyah -- responsible for amongst many other atrocities the 1983 bombing of the Marine Corps barracks in Beirut (American death count 241) is nothing more than another attempt to humanize these inhuman creatures.

The other Press effort underway is the minimization of the evil of these acts and actors. There is even a feel to some of these reports that those delivering them almost do not wish to have to do so, but are forced to by circumstances and forces (the Internet, anyone?) beyond their control.

Key facts that would exhibit the depths of barbarism mined by these men (and women and, sadly, their bloodletting-by-proxy children) are left out.

Radical Left Declares War On Troops
March 2003. Ithaca, NY anti-war zealots plot to pour blood on the walls of a recruiting center. On St.Patrick’s Day, wielding cups of their own blood, they entered a Lansing military recruitment office and splashed the human blood over recruiting posters,military cutouts and the American flag.

January 20, 2005. At Seattle Central Community College, Army recruiter Sgt. Jeff Due and hiscolleague, Sgt. 1st Class Douglas Washington were surrounded by an angry mob of 500 anti-war students. The recruiters’ table was destroyed; their handoutstorn apart. The protesters threw water bottles and newspapers at the soldiers…

Feb. 1, 2005. At a South Toledo, Ohio recruitment center, unhinged protesters hurled manure all over the building. They broke windows and sprayed vulgar grafitti … on office property.

Mid-Feb. 2005. 20-year-old anti-war goon Brendan Walsh is sentenced to five years in federal prison for hurling a Molotov cocktail through the window of a Vestal, NY military recruitment office in 2003.

Jan. 2007. Anti-war radicals lay siege to the US Capitol and smash windows at the recruitment center on 14th and L. [In] Pittsburgh anti-recruiter organizers shut down a military recruitment station for a whole day. They brandish hateful signs [reading]: “Recruiters are child predators.”

Jan. 2008. The Code Pink/City Council siege at the Berkeley recruiting center reaches a boiling point. Protesters chain themselves to the station to shut it down and vandalize the windows with bloody handprints.

Feb. 2008. Anarchists trash the recruiting station at 14th and L in Washington, D.C., which has been subjected to multiple attacks.

March 2008. A bomb goes off at the frequently targeted Times Square recruitment center.


Hamas Runs For Cover
Israel has declared war on the Hamas leadership, and given the security services permission to do whatever they can to wipe out the Hamas officials involved in attacks on Israel. In (unofficial) cooperation with Fatah, which has the support of half, or more, of the Gaza population, Israel hopes to destroy Hamas in a few months. Fatah publicly condemns Israeli attacks on Hamas, but privately takes advantage of it by taking control of more neighborhoods in Gaza. Fatah support provides Israel with more information on who Hamas leaders are, where they are and when. This has led to more frequent missile attacks, leaving over a dozen Hamas leaders dead in the last two weeks. There have also been more Israeli raids on the ground, and more Hamas personnel captured. The Hamas leadership consists of several hundred men, most of them known by name to the Israelis. If most of these guys feel they are likely to get killed, or captured, in the near future, this will have a demoralizing effect on Hamas as a whole.

Now Hamas wants to discuss a ceasefire with Israel. Hamas has an Israeli soldier it took in 2006, and is willing to trade him for some kind of arrangement that would end the economic blockade. But Israel will insist on the Kassam rocket attacks stopping, and Hamas may not be able to stop all the terrorist factions involved in that. But at least Hamas is willing to talk about what it can, and cannot, do.

Hizbollah, enraged at the death of their terrorism leader, Imad Mughnieh, has "declared war" on Israel. This puts Hizbollah in a difficult position. To make another rocket attack, like it did in 2006, would mean fighting UN peacekeepers now in southern Lebanon. Mindful of that. Hizbollah says it will go after Israeli leaders. But since Arab suicide bombers have been defeated by Israeli counter-terror tactics, Hizbollah will have to come up with some new tactics and techniques first.

Imad Mughnieh, a senior Hizbollah terrorist commander, was killed by a car bomb in Syria. Israel was blamed. The CIA and Mossad have been trying to capture or kill Mughnieh for over 25 years. The Mossad has been more successful of late, being blamed for the death of at least six senior terrorist leaders in the last eight years. Mossad rarely acknowledges a kill, but they appear to have a powerful agent network in Lebanon and Syria.

Egyptian public opinion has become more hostile towards Hamas, mainly because of the way the Gaza border was torn down, and Egyptian border guards attacked. Hamas is also seen as supporting Islamic terrorists who seek to make attacks inside Egypt. As a result of all this, Egypt is supporting Fatah's efforts to regain control of Gaza.

Because of Egypt's inability to maintain the Gaza border, and the danger of Palestinian terrorists getting into Egypt, Israel is building a more secure fence along its 230 kilometers border with Egypt. The fence will cost over a million dollars a kilometers. Meanwhile, a Palestinian rocket landed in southern Israel, wounding an eight year old kid and infuriating public opinion.


From Y2K to DDT to the Theory of Evolution, scientists have been wrong, wrong, wrong
I confess that I have been a pseudo-scientist for some time now, no really! I have studied a great deal about astronomy, nanotechnology, biotech, genetics, etc. because I am a science fiction writer and I need to know the genre that I write within really well. Of course I don't have a degree in anything like astronomy but I have a pretty good idea on how everything works (in general). That was why I was completely shocked this last week over findings that astronomers revealed, so much so that I believe we need to seriously re-think who we are believing and what these people are saying. I guess I am saying that scientists can no longer be completely trusted. They apparently have their own agendas and finding the "truth" isn't one of them.

For example, scientists have been completely wrong on the age of the universe; first it was 30 billion years old, then 20 billion years old, then 15 billion years old, and now 13.5 billion years old. When looking at the numbers this is a huge error but apparently when scientists discover that they have made very serious errors they are allowed to retain their credibility, no questions asked. I find this rather odd since no other field (journalism, banking, etc) would allow these sorts of major errors without a person being thrown out on his butt for being wrong in such a huge manner. Here is another recent gaffe among astronomers: apparently our Milky Way galaxy is twice the size as formally thought, and twice as thick. I mean if they cannot even get the parameters of our home galaxy correct, why should anyone believe scientists about other galaxies in the universe? We are being duped by these so-called "experts" and we are blithely letting it happen. In another major fundamental error, the Grand Canyon is supposedly three times older than geologists have thought. Again, huge enormous errors are taking place in the scientific community and yet they still retain their credibility with the general public. Or look at man-made global warming; no empirical evidence and yet thousands of scientists believe in it, and threaten to revoke anyone else's credentials if they don't tow the (fascist) party line. Well.....I say no more! I have long believed that science and scientists have skewed data for their own purposes and deliberately lied in oder to gain additional public funding, an d it's not just the Americans either. Look at the scientist from South Korea who said he had cloned an entire adult human being; his claims were fraudulent from the beginning.

Here is another example of how seriously wrong scientists have been. Since 1939, radio and TV signals have left the Earth and passed over 100,000 stars....and no one has replied back. This means to me that the universe has little or no intelligent life. Two prominent scientists from the University of Washington have discovered that only the presence of our (abnormally) large moon allows for intelligent life to form under its' immense protective shield. Major asteroid strikes have been absorbed by the moon and allowed life to grow on this fair planet and the moons size also stabilizes the Earths' rotation around the Sun, again allowing life to thrive on the Earth's surface. However, since the Moons' creation was the result of a freak accident, it is very likely that few or no other alien life exists in our universe. Indeed, astronomers made a mistake in saying that our solar system is "typical"; the make up and formation of it is average, a statement which is not true. After searching hundreds of stars with gas giants orbiting the, over 85% were found to have highly elliptical orbits, not the stable one that our solar system has. Since a gas giant has an enormous gravity field, all smaller rocky planets within a star system (like Earth and Mars) would be ejected by the pull of the gas giant, throwing them out of the system. So 85% of all star systems that are known to have planets, these elliptical gas giants make life in those star systems impossible. In fact, comparing our solar system to other solar systems, it becomes readily apparent that ours in very unique; and that scientists have been very wrong about it all, from the beginning.

I say it is time for people to make up their own minds when it comes to science and the reality of the world around them. Since scientists cannot be trusted to be truthful anymore, they have completely lost any credibility in my eyes and within a few years, once they eventually find out Man Made Global Warming is one giant ponzi scheme and socialist myth intended to destroy capitalism, the general public will turn their backs on these so-called scientists forever....and good riddance!

Many people are scared to death of guns. The schools and media taught them this. They don't even want to touch one so when someone is holding one they freak out. Funny they don't freak out when they see police have one. Well your fellow citizen may save your life easier than a police miles away. Yeah that "glad I live in a state with stricter gun laws" statement is too funny. They likely have higher crime because ONLY the crooks are armed. Who is the moron then? THAT is the power of the MEDIA!