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Sorry about the last-minute notice, but I just found out yesterday that I will be appearing on Rob McConnell's X-Zone radio program today, from 2:00-3:00 PM EST/11:00-12:00 PM PST/3:00-4:00 PM GMT. The show is out of Canada and heard around the world both on the net and on radio stations listed on his website.

You can access the show by going to here:

http://www.xzoneradiotv.com/

Go to the red button down on the left that says, "LISTEN TO X-ZONE LIVE" when it is time for the program.

We will be discussing the so-called Mohammed film being blamed for Muslim rioting in some 50 countries globally. Who created it and why? What does this international incident mean for our future?

If you miss the program, I believe it will be available via archive. For more information, please write to Rob McConnell at xzone@xzoneradiotv.com.

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I don't often agree with Christian apologists, obviously, but this guy, David Wood, is good.


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Here is a continually updated list of mosques and masjids in the U.S. It would be a good idea to keep an eye on any in your neighborhood to make sure they're not spreading hate speech and death threats, etc., ad nauseam.

Islamic barracks and war headquarters

This (anonymoused) site - which is probably a Muslim one - also lists mosques in other countries as well.

"The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers." Turkish prime minister Recep Erdogan, citing a poem

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CAIR Canada wants to abolish secularism?

Don't forget you heard of the insidious plots against our freedoms here, beginning many years ago.

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CAIR Canada wants to abolish secularism as a 'principle of society'

"I have been live blogging the OSCE event taking place in Warsaw Poland, and the rep from CAIR affiliate in Canada just hurled a major bombshell at the meeting, From Europe News’s Facebook page:

5:28: CAIR Canada openly requests the abolishment of secularism as a principle of society, for the reason that ‘Secularism’ constitutes only another belief, that should not be granted special status.

(Notice the comments here from Christians bashing atheism and secularism, likewise wanting to dominate us by making all countries Christian.)

In other words, they want religion to dominant government, just as it does in Muslim countries. And, pray tell, what religion would this traitorous and subversive organization wish to see dominant the landscape, when the "belief system" of secularism is abolished? Why, Islam, of course.

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"Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth."

- Omar M. Ahmad, founder of Council on American-Islamic Relations ("CAIR") July 4, 1998

"I wouldn't want to create the impression that I wouldn't like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future... But I'm not going to do anything violent to promote that. I'm going to do it through education."

-Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR Spokesperson

"I want to see the U.S become an Islamic nation.”

- Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR Spokesperson

"Ultimately, we (Muslims) can never be full citizens of this country…because there is no way we can be fully committed to the institutions and ideologies of this country."

- Ihsan Bagby, CAIR

Islamic jihadis - and those calling for such abolishment and subordination most assuredly are jihadis - like to claim that in Europe secularism is a "void" that needs to be filled - with Islam, naturally. Here, obviously, they need to take a different tack, because we Northern Americans take our secularism very seriously.

However, they will find themselves in trouble there, because if secularism is a "belief system," it can qualify as a "religion," as here:


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The following article appeared on Men's News Daily and was quickly removed.

http://amyalkon.mensnewsdaily.com/2013/01/31/life-under-islam-is-life-under-barbarianism/

I was able to find it in Google's cache.

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Life Under Islam Is Life Under Barbarianism
January 31, 2013
By Amy Alkon

Life Under Islam Is Life Under Barbarianism

Channel 4's Lindsey Hilsum on the barbarism that Islam has visited on Mali -- the same barbaric treatments you see in countries where there's a Muslim majority, like slaughtering gays. Luckily, in Mali, the French intervened before these two homosexual men in the video could be executed for the "crime" under Islam of being gay:

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Issa Alzouma made a living from digging gravel for construction companies until they cut off his hand.

Arrested last December on suspicion of stealing a motorbike that he says was his anyway, he was brought before the Sharia court in Gao and sentenced to amputation.

Over the last two days, I've had something of a tour of the justice system the Mujao, which is Movements for Jihad and Unity, installed in Gao, Mali, during their nine months of rule. They took over what used to be the mayor's office and turned it into the "justice" centre.

Two men, accused of homosexuality, who were supposed to be executed last Friday, showed me the room they were taken to be tried and beaten. On the floor I found a file with lists of names - these were the women who had been whipped for failing to wear the veil, and the men punished for smoking.

Video here [not hotlinked]:

Only the blacks in Mali are threatened, said the man in the video who had his hand cut off. Hilsum writes:

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One of the most disturbing things I've learnt is that those condemned to these harsh punishments were all black Malians - Sonrai, Peul, Bamba, and Della, traditionally the slaves of the Tuareg. The jihadis were a mixture of Malian Arabs and Tuaregs as well as many foreign jihadis.

"They would never do this to one of their own," said Issa.

More on Islamic racism against blacks here:

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Perhaps the most conspicuous example of overt racism in Islam is the genocide in present-day Sudan by the Arab-Islamic government and the refusal of Muslim organizations around the world to condemn it. Over two million black Africans have died from Arab aggression in the Christian south. And 200,000 more were killed by Arab militias over the last four years in Darfur. The Arabs are known for rampaging through villages and hacking black Africans to death in the name of Jihad while screaming things like, "Kill the slaves!"

Although the Darfurians are mostly Muslim as well, there is little to no attention placed on their plight by international Muslim organizations. Despite being repeatedly challenged on the issue, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), for example, has never bothered to condemn the Islamic Republic of Sudan for the Arab massacre of Africans.

Compare this to the outrage, sympathy and money that is poured out on the Palestinian people... who are Arab. Yet, the number of Palestinian civilians killed in their relentless conflict with Israel over the last 40 years is less than the average number of Africans killed by Islam each month.

Even in the earliest days, racism against blacks was a fringe part of Islam. At one time there was a law that mandated the death penalty for anyone suggesting that Muhammad was black. Perhaps it is for this reason that quite a few hadith mention the "whiteness of the prophet" - explicitly referring to his skin color.

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Wilders has obtained a new Sydney venue and I am going to go and hear him speak.

He just gave an interview to Australian television viewable at http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/ ... 689995.htm

Here is an edited transcript of some of his comments

Geert Wilders wrote:
Islam and freedom are incompatible. The mistakes that we made in Europe in the last decades by allowing so much mass immigration from Islamic countries is a warning that if Australia is not vigilant enough to preserve the freedom, what has happened here might happen to Australia in the next decades as well. Islam is a totalitarian ideology. In Islam there is not much room for anything else but Islam. Look how in societies today where Islam is dominant and prominent, how any non-Islamic person, whether it's a Christian or an apostate or a woman or a critical journalist, how they are treated. This is in a very bad way, often with the death penalty or imprisonment or all those kind of terrible things.

With the mass immigration to our free societies, our societies will change for the worse. And I'm proud to say you are not a racist or a bigot or anything like that if you say that the Netherlands, as Australia, is a culture based on Christianity, on Judaism, on humanism, and it should not, nor ever will become a society based on Islamic failures. We should fight it, we should stop it, we should be proud of who we are and define what we are not.

We today in Europe have enormous influx in the last decades of people from Islamic countries. Our society has changed. It has worsened for that reason. Non-Western immigrants, often Muslims, are over-represented in statistics of crime, of dependency on social benefits. We have honour killings, genital mutilation, streets where women with headscarves and burqas are not the exception any more. And it's getting worse.

What I'm trying to do when I visit your beautiful country, Australia, is warn Australians that even though it might not be the case today, learn from the mistakes that we made in Europe: be vigilant and look at Islam for what it really is. Islam is not a religion of peace. Islam is a totalitarian ideology.

The best example is that if any person, any Muslim wants to leave Islam, then the penalty is death. It is not even allowed to leave it. That's why I believe Islam should not be compared with other religions like Christianity or Judaism, but Islam should be compared to other totalitarian ideologies like Communism or Fascism.

There is no radical or moderate Islam. There is only one Islam and that is the Islam from the Koran, the holy book. That is the Islam from Mohammed. There are no two sorts of Islam.

However, there are moderate and non-moderate Muslims, I acknowledge that. As a matter of fact the majority of the Muslims living in our society are moderate people. But don't make the mistake that even though there are moderate and radical Muslims that there is a moderate or a radical Islam.

There is only one Islam, and that is a totalitarian ideology that has no room for anything but Islam. You see it once again in any country in the world where Islam is dominant.

I have nothing against the people. I have nothing against the Indonesian people or the Arab people or the Muslim people. I'm talking about the ideology. And indeed, as long as a country has a culture a religion an ideology where Islam is dominant it will never be a democracy. It's also happening in Indonesia. Look at how they treat Christians in Indonesia or how they treat Christians in any other country where Islam is dominant.

Why is it not possible to build a church in Saudi Arabia whereas we in the Netherlands have almost 500 mosques being built; why is it not possible to buy or sell a Bible in any Muslim or most of the Muslim countries, whereas we can buy a Koran here on every street corner? This is the exact example of the fact that Islam is an intolerant society.

In the Dutch context, Mein Kampf, this terrible book of Adolph Hitler is outlawed. I made a point in the Dutch parliament that I say to all these liberal politicians and socialist politicians in my own parliament that, "Hey you are very happy here, you applauded the fact that Mein Kampf was outlawed in the Netherlands. If you are really consistent, you should, for the same arguments that you use as liberal politicians to outlaw Mein Kampf, outlaw the Koran as well.”

Of course it was very silent; they were not consistent and they shoved the problem under the carpet. Which is exactly the point again - that we should be able to see Islam for what it is, make a distinction between the people and the ideology, and stop with being politically correct, and address the problems, as many people, also in Australia, see it when it comes to the Islamisation of their country.

We should stop the mass immigration from Islamic countries. I believe that Muslims that are in our society today are of course equal as anybody else, as long as they adhere to our laws, to our constitution, to our values. And as long as they cross this red line - if they commit crimes, if they start beating up women, if they start the genital mutilation, if they start to commit other crimes and honour killings as they unfortunately do in Western Europe many times - if they do that, I believe we should expel them, the same day if possible, from our country.

So to stop the immigration to our societies - because we have had more than enough Islam in our societies - and people who are here and who are behaving according to our laws and our constitutions are happy to stay, are equal to anybody else, or even want to help them with the better education, but if they cross the line of crime, start acting according to Sharia law, there will be no place for them in our free societies...

In Holland, Moroccans automatically also have the Moroccan nationality even if they're born in the Netherlands, because the Moroccan law says that if one of the parents is Moroccan the children wherever they are born in the world are Moroccan as well. Moroccan youth in the Netherlands between the age of 14 and 23, two-thirds of them have been arrested by the police at least once in their life. If they commit serious crimes - I believe we should strip them indeed of the Dutch nationality and send them back to Morocco as Morocco does.

If you are a Morocco citizen with a dual nationality, if you commit a crime in Morocco you are stripped Moroccan nationality and send to our own country. We can learn from them in that respect.

I'm not a racist. It would had also go for Swedish people, for Australian people - but let me tell you we have no problem in the Netherlands with Australian criminals or with Swedish criminals. We have a problem with, amongst others, Moroccan criminals.

Of course that would apply with anybody for any dual nationality, but the mere fact would be the reality because we have overrepresentation of often Moroccan people and other people from Islamic background in a crime that they would be stripped of the Dutch nationality and sent away. I don't know what's wrong with it: if you commit a crime, you've overstayed our welcome.

I'm a politician. I believe that we can change any rule that is there. Once again, we have an enormous support within the Dutch public. One million people voted for my party. We are number three, and in the polls today even number two party the second biggest party of Holland. So, we are not a far-right party. If we would've been extreme, we would've got 0.01 per cent of the vote. We got more than 10 per cent of the vote.

Why? Because we address the problems of so many Dutch citizens that are afraid to go out in their neighbourhoods after 10pm, who are afraid to send their children to school because of all the harassment they get from this parallel Islamic society. And people are not extreme in Holland. We are one of the most tolerant societies in the world, and in order to stay tolerant, my party believes that we should stop being tolerant to the people who are intolerant to us. We should start being intolerant to those who are intolerant to us. This is not extreme, this is common sense.

It's not just a Dutch problem. I don't know if you've lately visited Europe, if you've been to the city of Malmo in Sweden, or to Berlin or to Hamburg or to London or to Paris in the suburbs, or Rotterdam in my own country. You see many cities where there is a city within a city - where even today in the United Kingdom - I don't know if you're aware of that - there are even sharia courts active, whether it's rulings that the worth of a woman is half of that of a man.

You see crime and you see all the things happening, unfortunately all over Europe, because of (a) the mass immigration, but (b) also because of we politicians are not able to deal with it. We are politically correct, we are afraid to address the problem. Because if you address the problem like I do, people like you call us evil extreme, or you're being taken to court or you will get death threats in your life. There is a big disincentive to talk about the truth. I will speak the truth...

Multiculturalism - and especially the cultural relativism which is even worse than multiculturalism, the concept that all cultures are equal - is the worst recipe for any society.

We should define who we are and in order to do that you have to know what you are not. And I'm proud to be a member of a society that is based, whose values are based on Christianity, Judaism and humanism. I never would like to be a country that is that multicultural that, for instance, the Islamic values become more dominant. We should not do that. We should stop that.

I'm not against other cultures, but I believe in what the Germans call a "leitkultur", a dominant culture. We should in our constitution state what our dominant culture is and that our laws should apply to that culture and to no other one.

I'm a democrat. I'm a democratically elected politician from the Netherlands representing one of the major parties in Holland - I hope that I will be able to talk and to discuss with people. Not only people I agree with - it's very easy to talk to people you agree with - but also people you disagree with.

Don't be afraid of me. I'm a law maker I'm not a law breaker, and I'm just telling the truth. And I want Australia, a country and a people that I respect very much - any Dutchman knows the young Australians that fought for our freedom in the First and Second World War - I hope I can tell you what happened in Europe and support you in your fight to preserve freedom for your children and your grandchildren, and tell them what I believe the Islamic threat is, and to discuss it with anybody - also people who don't agree with me. This is democracy. This is civil society. We should cherish that.

I'm open to meet any politician in Australia, to meet any person; I think we can learn from one another. I believe I have an important message and we are fighting the same fight, which is the fight for freedom in Australia, in Holland and in Europe.


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Let us know how it went!

I did read that the attorney general Mark Dreyfus "dismissed" Wilders's concerns. Perhaps Dreyfus needs to be dismissed from office.

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"I'm not a racist. It would had also go for Swedish people, for Australian people - but let me tell you we have no problem in the Netherlands with Australian criminals or with Swedish criminals. We have a problem with, amongst others, Moroccan criminals"


"So to stop the immigration to our societies"



That land is girts land, this land is his "ours" land

and all of his "ours"

He needs to take his "ours" to an island, reproduce all his great cultural relics, in hope that one day they may evolve into apes. Maybe they will forget the razors for his type of women, that is to say those who are only considered “women” with the aid of very durably shaving razor!


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Geert Wilders wrote:
Islamification of Western societies threatens everyone's freedoms

by:Geert Wilders
From:The Australian
February 18, 2013
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nationa ... 6579834543

THIRTY years ago, as a young man, I dreamed of Australia. I wanted to find myself a job there. Lack of sufficient funds decided otherwise and I ended up in Israel, working in a bakery in Jerusalem and on a farm near Jericho.

During the year that I lived in Israel, I travelled to Egypt. This trip made a huge impression on me. Israel and Egypt are neighbours, with the same climate, similar resources, the same potential. And yet Egypt is poor while Israel is wealthy. Even though at the time I was not interested in politics, I learned from this trip that the key to understanding the wealth of nations lies in their culture. If the latter promotes freedom, a nation will prosper.

In the 30 years since my first visit to Egypt, I have visited Indonesia, Turkey, Tunisia, Syria, Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan. I left Iran in a hurry once, fearing for my life, because, in a speech at a Tehran school for diplomats and military cadets, I had criticised the regime and spoke in defence of Israel. They had told me that I was allowed to speak freely, but it was naive to believe them.

In the Islamic world, I was always struck by two things. I was impressed by the kindness and helpfulness of many people. But there was also their fear. Islamic societies are ruled by terror. Muslims are good people, but they live under the yoke of Islamic sharia. If they leave Islam, or even just mildly criticise it, they sign their own death verdict.

I returned to The Netherlands and became a politician. I used to live in the Kanaleneiland district of Utrecht. During my years there, the district was transformed into a dangerous neighbourhood for non-Muslims. I have been robbed. On several occasions I had to run for safety. The same transformation happened in several cities in The Netherlands and other European countries where Islam settled. Europe is going through an Islamification process, which makes our continent less free and less safe.

Contrary to what many Westerners think, Islam, rather than a religion, is a totalitarian political ideology. It is an ideology because it aims for an Islamic state and wants to impose sharia on all of us. It is totalitarian because it is not voluntary: once you are in, you cannot get out. Unlike genuine religions, Islam also makes demands on non-Muslims. We, too, are marked for death if we criticise it.

For nine years I have been living under constant police protection. I live in a government safe house. I am driven every day to my office in an armoured police car. I have even lived in army barracks and prison cells just to be safe from assassins. I am threatened because I am a a critic of Islam.

I always make a distinction between Muslims and Islam, between the people and the ideology. Most Muslims are moderate, but this does not mean there is such a thing as a moderate Islam. People who reject Islam's violent and intolerant commandments are not practising "moderate Islam" -- they are not practising Islam at all.

That is the truth. And it needs to be said because freedom of speech is the only tool we have. We stand for our convictions, but we never use violence. We abhor violence. The reason we reject Islam is Islam's violent nature. Our commitment to human dignity does not allow us to use violence nor to give in to cynicism and despair. As the ex-Muslim and Islam critic Ali Sina says: "We don't raise a sword against darkness; we lit a light." So it is. We lit the light of the truth. The truth that while Muslims can embrace freedom, Islam cannot.

In the normal order of things, immigration from Islamic countries weakens Islam. People prefer freedom over tyranny. Contact with Western freedoms would lead Muslims to abandon Islam. However, through the creation of a sharia-based parallel society in the West, Islam manages to continue its control over its captives.

This week, I will be speaking in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Politicians say I am not welcome, universities do not want to grant me access. They say I am an extremist. However, I am not. I am the leader of the third-largest party in The Netherlands, a country known for its tradition of tolerance. I have spoken earlier in the premises of the US congress, the British House of Lords, the Israeli Knesset, the Danish parliament, and at numerous conferences, where I met like-minded democratically elected politicians, none of whom belong to the far Right.

Freedom is the key to prosperity and Islam deprives people of it. Let us support Muslims who want to free themselves from the yoke of Islam. Let us stand for our own freedoms. We owe it to the past generations always to speak the truth and not to squander our liberties. And we owe it to the future generations not to sign away their freedom.

Geert Wilders is a Dutch MP and leader of the Party for Freedom.He will talk in Melbourne tomorrow, Perth on Wednesday and Sydney on Friday. www.qevent.org.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 9:51 am 
More complicated than European Christians and Jews against Islam.

few thoughts:

"During the year that I lived in Israel, I travelled to Egypt. This trip made a huge impression on me."-Just maybe it has also had a deep and subtle influence on all the early school teachers you have instructing you now and in the past?

""Israel and Egypt are {have always been} neighbors, with the same climate, similar resources, the same potential. And yet Egypt is {now} poor while Israel is wealthy. Even though at the time I was not interested in politics, I learned from this trip that the key to understanding the wealth of nations lies in their culture."-make sure your culture is tight with the american devils for Jesus, learn that one yet? The key to a nation’s wealth lies in their banking schemes piled on their smaller neighbors. The poor Afghan people are under the bank mark of an ancient Hebrew, or Kubera Greek scheming king, and to free them geert won’t do a mother fucking thing!"


"If the latter (Judeo-Christian culture) promotes "freedom", a nation will prosper."-freedom to wear ninja masks also?- I think he means "moderate freedoms" and, as geert, being the direct product of a culture built off slave labor, knows full well that the kind of pro$perity his devil lips are talking about were greater when direct slavery existed.

Islamification? -by sword, or word? It is a fact that the majority of people will always eat whatever is thrown in front of them, how else do you explain geert claiming a mighty Jewish & Christian culture on lands from which we have lost so many historical sources from what geert and others lumped together as "Pagan cultures".


" I always make a distinction between Muslims and Islam, between the people and the ideology. Most Muslims are moderate, but this does not mean there is such a thing as a moderate Islam."Most Christians are moderate, but, if they had not the centuries of slave labor to build their white houses I would like to see how "moderate" they would be then.



"People who reject Islam's violent and intolerant commandments are not practicing "moderate Islam" -- they are not practicing Islam at all."-If people who reject Jehovah's and Jesus's violent and intolerant commandments are not practicing "moderate Christianity", or "moderate Judaism", would you say their dependant cultures are not practicing them at all, or only partly practicing them? And this is my main critique with these simple white racists, they only PARTLY understand the definite meaning of such a simple word as ALL.

"O generation of vipers, the axe is laid unto the root of the trees; therefore every tree which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire"

"Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword."



"once treated like a pharoah
With royal apparel, annointed with myrrh and aloe
We used to wallow, amongst the mallows
We had herd sheep and cattle, now we battle
Used to pass over Brooks of Qe'ron
Towers of Lebanon, the pool of Gechron
We used to sing songs, upon Mount Hebron
How is gold turned to bronze, and shhh....
How is gold turned to bronze"


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Dan, I seriously hope you are not in here defending Islam while finding fault with Wilders, who has the courage and insight to take on the world's most vicious infidel-hating and misogynistic ideology. I am not interested in any attempt at giving Islam a pass and helping it to spread further. Moreover, I consider Wilders a hero, unlike the spineless dhimmis and "leftards" who are enabling the spread of Islam globally, so I'm decidedly not interested in Islamopandering ramblings, which endanger me, my loved ones and Western civilization as a whole.

While I don't agree with Wilders's upholding of Europe as a "Judeo-Christian" civilization, what you are engaging in here is a deflection fallacy.

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“Dan, I seriously hope you are not in here defending Islam while finding fault with Wilders, who has the courage and insight to take on the world's most vicious infidel-hating and misogynistic ideology.”


Although they are not fair, and they also use coded language, I agree with many things Wilders and David Duke say, but, regarding any social situation I wouldn’t consider them as fair authorities but rather preachers to uncritical and self absorbed minds. I agree with many things in biblical traditions {Islam also) but I continually dog them also.



You wrote:

“While I don't agree with Wilders's upholding of Europe as a "Judeo-Christian" civilization, what you are engaging in here is a deflection fallacy.”

Perhaps you meant “While I don’t agree with Wilders’s upholding of Europe as a “Judeo-Christian” civilization which is superior to Islamic civilization? I have defended none of these civilizations and, as applies to my thoughts above, you will have to excuse my ignorance of your cute term ‘deflection fallacy’, but, if you mean to imply that I am deflecting geerts shit and any Islamic practice which goes against my eternal law of “you keep your hands off my fairly acquired shit and I will keep mine off yours”, you are right!


I actually have no doubt that Obama has been the best U.S. president ever by being the least “us” president. However, being one out of 42 white guys, some of whom were related, clever enough to sway 51% of the American fools, I don’t consider the presidency a club worthy of any prestige and I continually stand against him and his Judeo-Christian pulpit with his unfair use of phrases like “The Holy Land” and “{THE} God”. I think, in a similar way that I stand against Wilders’s ignorant words!


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