Sunday, September 18, 2011


Déclaration de guerre - Prières musulmanes en plein Rome - 22 avril 2011

Declaration of war - Muslim Prayers in full Rome - April 22, 2011

I hear it more and more often these days, from friends and colleagues here at home in the U.S. and overseas; "Europe is gone, England is gone, the Muslims have taken over."

Sharia law now challenges the Judeo-Christian foundations of their host European nations. In United Kingdom, where Islamic imams now outnumber Christian pastors and converting empty church buildings into mosques has become a cottage industry, the Archbishop of Canterbury - the leader of the Church of England - recently stated that adopting elements of the Sharia law into the English judicial system was “unavoidable”.

In United Kingdom, where Islamic imams now outnumber Christian pastors and converting empty church buildings into mosques has become a cottage industry, the Archbishop of Canterbury - the leader of the Church of England - recently stated that adopting elements of the Sharia law into the English judicial system was “unavoidable”.

In France, home to an estimated 14 million Muslims, including 9 million illegal immigrants, the government no longer controls the banlieus - the densely-populated, predominantly Muslim ghettos that encircle most major French cities.

France is projected to become a majority-Muslim nation by 2040 (The Netherlands will become Western Europe's first majority-Muslim nation by 2015). Sharia is also gaining in North America.

Well I have a problem with this - I'm not ready to give Europe and the U.K. over to the ragheads. Not without a fight.

"WOAH! . . . Steady as you go there StormBringer! You can't call them ragheads! That's R-A-C-I-S-T ! ! !"

No it's not. Somebody tell me what race or ethnic group was born with a rag on their head? It's a deliberate act, a choice that they wear it. I call it the way I see it and I've worn one myself, over in the Sand Countries, because it makes sense to keep the heat and the dust off your head, and a turban works ten times better than a baseball cap.

You wear a rag on your head, you're a raghead. Point, blank and simple.

"But . . . but . . . you're out of control StormBringer! This is the proof we've all been looking for: you ARE a Nazi ! ! !"

No I'm not, in fact I hate Nazis and everything they stand for. I'm for Freedom; the Rights and Freedoms expressed in our Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and all of our founding documents from the Federalist and Anti-Federalist papers right back to the Magna Carta.

I'm talking about Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Thought, Freedom from Fear and Tyranny as guaranteed by the Freedom to Bear Arms and defend myself, my family and home; Freedom to Pursue Happiness wherever and whenever I damn well please, as long as it does not intervene upon the freedom of others.

For this reason I'm against Fascists as much as I'm against Socialists and Communists - does this sound like a Nazi to you?

So lets explore this theme, shall we? If you come over to our lands to escape the poverty and oppression of your own lands, and the minute you get here you start importing the same hate and oppression you just left behind, then I'm against you. And if you're wearing a rag on your head while you're doing it, or a bedsheet, you're not only a raghead but you're also an idiot because ITs COLD IN EUROPE and those clothes don't work here!

If you bring your Sharia Law with you and impose your intolerant views upon others who live here, you're some kind of religious nut fascist, and I'm against you. This includes: street prayers (disturbing the peace), honor killings, wife beating and polygamy - all of which deny Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness.

Muslims during Friday prayers in Piazza Venezia, Rome

Now don't get me wrong and don't paraphrase me or misquote me here - I am not against Islam per se - no more than I am against any religion. I believe that all religions strive for the same goal - to understand the mysteries of the Universe, and to conceptualize the Mind of God. There is truth somewhere in all religions.

Islam was once a religion of an enlightened, introspective people - I'm talking about the Sufi or taṣawwuf ( تصوّف‎ ) traditions, which still exist but are being crowded out by the radical Wahabi ( مجلي وهبه‎ ) - I believe that Islam as we know it, as it presents itself more and more often these days, has been hijacked by radical elements and has become the Religion of Hate, Oppression and Terrorism.

Russian Senator Blames Failure of Multiculturalism for UK Riots

MOSCOW, August 10 (RIA Novosti)

Russian senator blames failure of multiculturalism for UK riotsThe death of multicultural society and the economic crisis are to blame for the riots that have convulsed London and other British cities this week, head of the Russian upper house's international affairs committee Mikhail Margelov said on Wednesday

“England pays for its tolerance,” ran the headline in one leading Russian daily, as rioting swept the UK.

Like I said I have a problem with this - I'm not ready to give up without a fight. Letting the Muslims run roughshod over our Western Culture, our Civil Institutions and our Rule of Law - all in the name of 'Multiculturalism' and 'embracing Diversity' - is nothing less than our generation's equivalent of Appeasement. Winston Churchill defined appeasement thusly: “Appeasement is throwing someone else to the crocodiles in the hopes of being eaten last.”

"Even though large tracts of Europe and many old and famous States have fallen or may fall into the grip . . . . . . we shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender . . ."

We have to understand the threat, know our enemies and have full knowledge and understanding of what is going on here if we are to prevail. If we submit to the temptation to be against all Muslims, against Islam itself as a religion, then we have just lost and the Terrorist Enemy has won, for his objective is to turn this thing into a giant religious war of all the Muslims against all of us.

There are good Muslims out there - I know because I have lived amongst them, in fact I owe my life to a Muslim. They don't want this radical Wahhabism that is sweeping their land any more than we do. That is what we fight, that is the essence of this struggle.

In the year before 9/11 I had a unique assignment in Mauritania. For the better part of six months I was the only U.S. serviceman in country, and I traveled extensively throughout in the area known as the Mahgreb; the Moorish places of North Africa. I had a memorable conversation with a Moor, in a mud hut way in a place called Chinguetti ( شنقيط ).

Chinguetti, an important Muslim holy place in the middle of the Sahara, founded in the year 777 A.D.

The common language was French, and the Moor kept referring to me as a 'Crusader'. I finally asked him if he knew what a 'Crusader' is. Certainly, he replied, and demonstrated the cross that the Crusaders wore on their cossacks. I remarked that the Muslims are still fighting the Crusades, a thousand years on, whereas in my country, the United States, people don't even know what the Crusades ARE. I wish I had a photo of the look of astonishment and despair that crossed my hosts' face: PRICELESS

Yes, I know that the Crusaders were brutal, intolerant and they slayed Muslim, Jew and Christian alike in their quest to sieze the Holy Lands from the Saracens. But we got over that, and the wisdom, knowledge and enlightenment of the East was absorbed by the Crusaders - notably the Knights Templar. That knowledge was carried back to Europe and led to the great Renaissance of Western Civilization. Somewhere along the way the Arabs got off the train and now we've got what we've got.

I personally believe that the status quo as it exists with the Muslims cannot maintain; such oppression as we see in their countries - and on their behalf within our own lands - is against the natural desire for freedom that is common to all living things. I believe that the Muslims are due for an Enlightenment and a Reformation, such as swept Christendom following the insanity of the Dark Ages, largely due to the clash of cultures that was the Crusades. And going out on a limb here, I would not be at all surprised if the Muslim Reformation manifests itself as a widespread conversion of all the Muslims to Christianity.

In the meantime, because we're freedom-minded, liberated and enlightened Westerners, we can look upon and celebrate the female form in all it's graceful beauty, and therefore we shall do so. Today's Birds have GREAT NEWS



  1. I'm linking your post to my blog. We need more knowledgeable, reasoned reaction to this action.

  2. Just A Guy who Reads HistorySeptember 19, 2011 at 12:00 PM

    In regards to the Crusades, one might consider reading a book called, "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades" by Robert Spencer. On amazon. Cheap.

    It will provide a very accurate summary of Islam and it's goals along with some interesting facts regarding the Crusades. Such as the fact that they were defensive actions against the Jihad attempt to take over Christendom (Western Europe).

    In my own examinations of Islam, I have come to the conclusion that it is primarily a political system with religious facets that are used as a check against moderation in political actions. An easy example of this is the case currently pending in Iran regarding the two hikers and who/what/when/how or by whome they will be released: The Iranian court or the clerics involved.

    And I agree with you completely that we are at war with Islam, which is using the tactics of Western civilization (free speech, assembly, etc) against the countries (including the US) it wishes to occupy.

    We cannot surrender.


  3. I agree with Tango Juliet. Push back, keep pushing.

    If you're interested in more 'dot joining' for the bigger picture it's worth visiting jihad Watch dot org.

    The information is sound from Robert Spencer, however the regulars are a little shrill and hysterical if you question their religious bias.

    I'm an Atheist and so my bias is fairly obvious also.

  4. I am not an athiest but I don't care about the Christians or Muslims or Catholics or any other so called religon.

    You see all of these are hypocrite. I can prove it; with the third commandment:

    3 Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image, nor any manner of likeness, of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth;

    Well I have to tell you I interpret that to include Mohammad, Jesus, Mother Mary, Fat Budda and all the damn Gods of the Hindu. In the end all these religions will fail. It is written by their own hand.

  5. Hilariously, I and 90%+ of my fellow Muslims consider it forbidden to make images of Mohammed.