Posts Tagged ‘ pakistan ’

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 New Tower Of Babel

The New Tower Of Babel

Mark Levin’s blistering take on the latest report demonstrating the baleful consequences of the 1965 Immigration Act is a must-listen! You can view the Center for Immigration Studies backgrounder here and the full report here. It makes for grim, but necessary, reading during a week when the gatekeepers of open borders, see NPR,  are...
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Impious Speech

Impious Speech

Update: Audio of the moment the attack commenced.  As we saw during the horrific attacks in France, the Pakistani siege of Mumbai, and almost every other recent jihadist wave, the small minority of extremists have carefully selected their next targets. Courtesy of World Post, an account of the attack on a Copenhagen synagogue. 
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Live Coverage Of The Pakistani School Massacre

via The Guardian.  One teacher was allegedly immolated in front of his students. Sadly, this is not the largest loss of a life in a jihadist assault against schoolchildren. I can’t say that I disagree with those who feel Islamed out at the moment.
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Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Update: Here’s a link to a somewhat more concise review I did for Goodreads.  One of the most common critiques of contemporary American society, and Western culture more broadly, is its purported enthrallment to the opiate of celebrity. The notion that ordinary Americans are so dumbfounded by popular entertainment that they can’t understand linear,...
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Rivers of Blood

Rivers of Blood

Once again, the words of Enoch Powell appear prescient, although perhaps in not quite the way the late British parliamentarian and classicist intended. In the same week that Swedes have been besieged by aggrieved jihadists imported by their own government, Londoners experienced yet another subsidiary benefit of multiculturalism. This time, in the form of...
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Waxing Crescent

A realistic exploration of the lengths to which Islam has encroached upon cultural norms and expectations in Europe was aired by the Christian Broadcasting Network last year. The incompatibility of Islamic dogma with freedom-as it’s commonly understood in the West-has been explored by writers like Mark Steyn and Christopher Caldwell many times over. The...
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Culture Clash

One of the most underreported aspects of our policy of mass immigration from the third world, especially predominately Muslim nations, is its impact upon national security. The fact that an Iraqi refugee attempted to detonate an improvised explosive device in the middle of Arizona seems to have escaped the notice of most major media...
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Libertas

Libertas

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, the main draw for LibertyFest was not personalities. Although Ron Paul, ironically, has become an icon for many in the libertarian movement within the United States, that movement is a cult of ideas more than anything. In fact, one of the recurring themes throughout the day was the...
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Omar Khadr’s Other Victims

Omar Khadr’s Other Victims

Many of you have by now learned of the Obama administration’s decision to foist convicted Islamic terrorist Omar Khadr-of the illustrious Khadr clan-upon our good friends in Canada. Sun TV’s Ezra Levant has done yeoman’s work debunking the various myths Khadr supporters have attempted to erect in his defense. What hasn’t been as widely...
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