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Muslims Kill Nun, Threaten Pope

The Byzantine Emperor that Pope Benedict XVI was quoting was Manuel II Paleologus, who said:

“Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.”

What, like shooting a nun in the back 3 times who dedicated her life to helping the poor and needy in Somalia or saying the Pope must die?

I think this about sums up the idiocy of not only Muslim radicals hellbent on war, but of reporters who are so blind that they actually write something as asinine as this:

One top Islamist source told Reuters there was “a very high possibility” the attack was linked to controversy over a recent speech by Pope Benedict which angered Muslims who thought it showed their religion to be innately violent.

So the message is that you shouldn’t defame Islam by saying that it is inherently violent, or else Muslims will murder you.


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Religion of Ignorance

So previously we couldn’t say or do anything to insult Islam or its prophet Mohammed.  Now, one can’t even quote someone from the 14th century who does as such without instigating a global fatwa against the Pope and by extension those which follow Christianity.

What is intersting is that in the cartoon flap, that sort of pitted Europe’s notion of free speech against Islam.  Islam won of course because most newspapers and media wouldn’t republish the cartoons.  Europe essentially rolled over an played the dog and pony game of appease the fascist again.  Now, I suspect that Benedict’s statement was not merely an accident (I mean, I know the man is brilliant but who really quotes 14th century Byzantine emperors concerning Islam without doing a bit of research??), but intended to bring to the fore the underlying conflict between Christianity and Islam.

Even though Europe has become heavily secular in practice, there is still a deep seated notion of Christian identity.  What will be interesting to see is whether Europe gives up its identity as easily as it gave up its free speech.

On a related note, it appears that the Pope’s trip to Turkey is not being cancelled in light of the recent uproar.  However, via Michelle Malkin I saw what was on the best-seller there:  Papy’ya Suikast (“Attack on the Pope”), which just so happens to predict that he will be assassinated in Istanbul.  How “moderate” indeed.


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The Golden Ticket for Airlines

What I’m about to suggest is not only completely un-PC, but both racist and completely contrary to virtually all “laws” associated with doing business in the good ol’ USA. However, I think that due to certain….well……issues….that this type of course of action is not only necessary, but could be a significant boost financially for a lucky airline who picks up on this first (I will want commission of course).

Basically I’ve noticed that as of late there have been several airline “incidents”, if you will, resulting in both passenger frustration, flight delay and overall chaos in the airline industry, which certainly doesn’t need more of that.

And after flying this past weekend to Knoxville, TN I found that yet again I was subjected to a staggering battery of highly focused and targeted searches which ultimately made the flight completely safe. Ok, so that was a lie. The battery can more aptly be described as “a staggering battery of useless, cumbersome and completely worthless searches, regulations and demands which didn’t even make me feel safer, much less actually create a safer environment on the plane.”

So anyway, back to my…..ahem….suggestion. After going through all this rigmarole for absolutely no reason, I noticed on my particular flight, which had roughly 100+ passengers and was flying a measly jumper from Knoxville to DFW, that there was not a single person of Middle Eastern descent on the flight. Being that my brain is a veritable magnet for great ideas, it suddenly occurred to me that if an airline made a choice to refuse service to anyone of Middle Eastern descent, that they could charge a premium for the 100% guarantee that no passenger would be in danger of being attacked “by a militant Islamist of Middle Eastern descent”. Now granted, the occasional cracker who thinks he’s a jihadi could potentially sneak onto a plane. However, since even these dumbasses have to grow out sickly looking beards, they should be easy to spot.

Just think of the business such an airline would garner by such a guarantee? Just think of how fast you could get to your flight without having to wait for the 93 year old grandmother with severe arthritis in front of you to be strip searched for her bottle of hand lotion. Just think how safe you would feel knowing that the airline took the common sense approach to the problem, rather than the diabolical and insanely idiotic bureaucratic approach the government is eschewing, and simply eliminated the problem: that every single terrorism related plane incident IN HISTORY has involved men of Middle Eastern descent.

Somehow though I think though that the ACLU and it’s ilk wouldn’t take to kindly to a company trying to protect its customers. That might “hurt someone’s feelings” ya know.

Part of the Beltway Traffice Jam


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All I Ever Needed to Know About Liberalism

If this doesn't just scream "I hate America", then I don't know what does.

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UC Irvine or Tehran?

Noted bigot Norman Finkelstein was the keynote at last week's "Holocaust in the Holy Land" put on by none other than the religion of peace's own Muslim Student Union at UC Irvine.

Finkelstein thus felt right at home at the annual Israel-bashing event at UC Irvine, a hotbed of anti-Israel activism. The Crystal Cove Auditorium where he delivered his remarks was at its maximum capacity, thanks in large part to the Muslim students who just weeks ago were at the same location protesting the College Republicans' showing the now-famous cartoons of the prophet Mohammed. Less controversial to them was the decision to use provocative titles like "Israel: The Fourth Reich" for the week's events. So long as it is confined to vilifying Israel, Muslim activists are staunch champions of free speech.

I hate to say it but I'm with Michael Savage on this one. Until and unless I start seeing the Muslim community the world over stand up and start villifying the terrorists and those who speak for them within their ranks, I'm going to go ahead and assume that these wretched people are merely the militant arm of those who are too yellow to say/do it themselves.

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