Posts Tagged ‘ Islam ’

Civilization and its Enemies

  A little over a week after the civilized world remembered the assassinations which took place at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, as well as the Porte de Vincennes siege, another global atrocity has been committed in the name of Islam. You can read live updates of the ongoing terrorist attack in Burkina Faso...
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The Veil Slips (Anti-Fascist Fascism)

The Veil Slips (Anti-Fascist Fascism)

It’s difficult to articulate the precise feeling I have after viewing the international media’s coverage of the anti-rape, anti-jihadist demonstrations which took place in Germany this weekend. Rage, disgust, alienation, and disbelief all fail to capture the degree of revulsion I felt watching the BBC, CNN and other purveyors of disinformation cover the brave...
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No Mas

No Mas

This must displease those at the editorial board of the paper which commissioned this poll, but facts are stubborn things. It turns out that the majority of Americans do not want to be inundated with Muslim refugees from Syria. Perhaps these respondents have noticed the way  these uninvited guests have caused previously thriving European...
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The Fix Is In (French Regional Elections)

The Fix Is In (French Regional Elections)

It would appear that the collusion between the left and the pseudo-right, i.e. left, has been successful, as the party of Marine Le Pen was shut out of regional elections this weekend in France. The tactical alliance between ostensible conservatives and socialists-unironically described as a democratic safety valve by Time Magazine-effectively guaranteed that the...
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Sudden Jihadi Syndrome

Like an ineluctable catabolic process, it simply happens. There’s no possible way we could have predicted or prevented this bloodshed, even with our vast surveillance state and the peculiar history of Pakistani immigrants to this country. Pamela Geller, as usual, has nailed the salient points of this latest, most gruesome jihadist massacre on American...
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The Vision of the Anointed (Stand With Dr. Swain!)

The Vision of the Anointed (Stand With Dr. Swain!)

Some of you might be familiar with Professor Carol Swain, an unapologetic patriot and defender of truth within a bitterly hostile environment. We’ve profiled her great work in the past; now the Vanderbilt political science and law professor faces an unprecedented challenge from the same Maoist brigades which have been wreaking havoc across the...
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Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

  As the Long March of the left burns and hacks its way through the nation’s remaining cultural institutions-reenacting the Cultural Revolution on American soil-and Europeans who balk at being invaded by the vanguards of Islam are condemned as Islamophobic bigots, it’s appropriate to reflect on the words  of a woman who is considered...
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The Shoe Drops

The Shoe Drops

The Daily Telegraph has the latest on an ongoing anti-terror operation occurring in the suburbs of Paris. No doubt the New York Times will publish a full spread on its front page tomorrow morning lamenting the Islamophobic attitudes of Frenchmen who refuse to embrace the multicultural beauty of their new society.
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Lights Out? (Europe and the World Mourn)

Lights Out? (Europe and the World Mourn)

  One of the most frustrating aspects of news coverage of the latest jihadist massacre on French soil is its repetitive quality. Just as with the Charlie Hebdo assassinations and Porte de Vincennes siege, along with other Islamic blood-lettings within Europe, the multicultural messaging service has gone to extraordinary lengths to obscure the rather...
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Children of the Corn

Children of the Corn

  It seems that Mama Merkel should have reconsidered before deciding to invite an army of Islamic males from the Middle East to nest in the middle of Central Europe. Piers Akerman explores the fallout from what will surely go down as one of the most egregiously stupid decisions to be made by a...
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