Saturday, January 21, 2006

The French are rightly fed up with the Muslim scum people who are rampaging unchecked across the nation, and on Jan. 26 they will don blue scarves in silent protest against the government's complete neglect of the law and the peace in favor of appeasing the feral beasts of Islam who make the lives of all people, including law-abiding Muslims, a matter of major insecurity. Who do the French politicians think they're fooling? They're fooling themselves. The rest of the nation, and the world at large, is fed up, and they won't take it anymore. Good.

What can we do to show our support for the French? And for the Danes? For the Swedes and Norwegians and English and Dutch and everyone else dumped on by the p.c. sentimentalists who refuse to secure the peace in our lands?

We can go to the nearest McDonald's diner, and on Jan. 26 from 7-9:00 pm we can sit wearing a blue scarf, and there perhaps meet other like-minded people and there talk and admit that we don't like the religion of peace and all the violence it entails by virtue of being the eternal word of a criminal maniac and his murdering followers. Go for coffee at McDonald's on Jan. 26. Wear a blue scarf. If you feel that it's too dangerous to do so, then we have lost this struggle and we are doomed. I think not. I'll see you there.

Friday, January 20, 2006

On Jan. 26 we will begin to protest and organise agains fascist Islam and our Left dhimmi fascists who support the destruction of our Modernity. We're going to sit at McDonald's and wait for like minded people to join us to orgainise a resistence. At the bottom of this comment I've left notices where two of us will be to express our intentions to combat Islam. Below is what I think is at stake and why I think it's worth it to all of us to act in our own defence.

Free speech and the right to assemble to express it, those are rights we must actively pursue to make them meaningful, for otherwise we do not actually have them. An unused right is nothing. An abstraction, if one loses it, is no loss. The rights we have to assemble and express ourselves freely are rights we don't have if we refuse to use them. If we neglect our rights we have no rights and no right to complain if we actually lose the legal protection to use them. If from laziness or lack of concern we find ourselves not able to speak freely in public among our peers, then we desrve our loss. Others will take our rights and replace them with their obligations, and we, if we don't compete in the marketplace of ideas, will find ourselves poor and dispossesed. Such is the practicallity of life. Use it or lose it.

Our rights to speak freely and assemble freely in public are under attack by Muslims and their dhimmi supporters. They push constantly for more Islam and more appeasement of the Islamic cause. We have a right, even an obligation, to push back. If we refuse to do so, if we find ourselves pushed into the sea of Islam against our wishes, it will only be due to our lack of concern for our own lives and the lives of our communities. There is no legitimate complaint from those who lose their rights due to neglect.

If Western Modernity dies and Islam triumphs it will not be due to Islamic superiority but due to Western apathy, due to Western stupidity and cowardice and suicidal narcissism. If, as gloating Muslims chant all across Europe, our grandchildren will be Muslims, there is no one to blame but us. If Modernity collapses and the world reverts to ignorance, violence, slavery of the mind, and Islam, then it will be our fault for allowing it to have happened. It need not be but it most certainly will be that the West crumbles and dies because we did nothing to save it from the savages of Islam. What if they gave a war and we rolled over and waited to die?

Muslims are a police matter. There is nothing the private citizen in legitimate nations can do about them as a whole. But Islam is a matter of legitimate concern for each and every citizen of the world. Islam is a matter of personal interest and also a personal threat. Islam is a matter of individual concern, and if individuals do nothing to confront it and stop it from spreading and push it back and push it out from the Modernist world, then the West will die. Individuals will suffer, and so what? Those who refuse to defend themselves deserve what their masters do to them. The police will attend to police matters in service of those who rule, and if those who rule are Muslims, then the end of the West will be legitimate and legal. It will be final. It will be deserved.

What is to be done? There are some in the West who demand resistance, even victory over the threat of Islam. Not all Westerners are passive and timid. Some of us refuse to accept the seemingly inevitable triumph of barbarism in the West. Some of us still exercise our rights, and still speak freely in public-- the consequences be damned. Few though we are, two though we are, we demand action. We act alone.

Our actions are small and pale. Nothing in the West compares to the strength of the world-wide Muslim campaign to destroy our Western Modernity and to replace it with 7th century shari'a. Two of us, only two, demand the end of Islamic in the West. Our course of action is to meet our fellows in public venues to coordinate our programmes. We have picked the secular equivlent of the Islamic mosque: We will meet at McDonald's diners, sit in public, stand against Islam as free men and women and let the world know who and what we are. We will exercise our rights to free speech and free assembly. Two of us. No, not two Americans, not two British, not two Danes or two Spaniards or two Dutch or two Russian or two Indians. Two of us will stand up and publicly face down Islam by sitting in McDonald's diners, one in Australia and another in Canada. You will know us. We will wear blue scarves. Two of us. We will exercise our rights in the hope of saving your rights. Both of us will do that. Two of us.

Voltaire writes:I'll be at McDonalds in Sydney, Australia, on the 26th January as well. That will be Australia Day, and I assume that they will be open then.

I'll be at the McDonalds which is opposite the George St Cinemas, and right next to Planet Hollywood, and which is called Plaza Court. It's at 600 George St, just down from Town Hall. I'll be there between 7.00 and 9.00 pm.

I'll be wearing a light blue scarf.

And I will be at the Mc Donalds at Main and Terminal Sts near 2nd ave. in Vancouver, Canada on Jan. 26 from 7-9:00 pm.

Where will you be?

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Breaking... Osama Bin Laden Offers Truce, warns of more attacks!

The Media is reporting that a new tape of Bin Laden has surfaced. According to Fox News,

The voice on the tape said heightened security measures in the United States are not the reason there have been no attacks there since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Instead, the reason is "because there are operations that need preparations, and you will see them," he said.

"Based on what I have said, it is better not to fight the Muslims on their land," he said. "We do not mind offering you a truce that is fair and long-term. ... So we can build Iraq and Afghanistan ... There is no shame in this solution because it prevents wasting of billions of dollars ... To merchants of war."

It would be a grave mistake to accept any form of truce at this point. History has proved that the only time Islamo-fascists offer any kind of truce is when they are on the verge of defeat. Then, the truce is short-lived, just long enough for them to regroup and pick up arms again. Sadly those on the left will probably offer just that. Maybe they need to reminded about the nature of scorpions.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Sincerity Is Not Enough: A religion that ends with the individual, ends

Martin Luther King Jr.Not until 1948, when I entered Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania, did I begin a serious intellectual quest for a method to eliminate social evil. I turned to a serious study of the social and ethical theories of the great philosophers, from Plato and Aristotle down to Rousseau, Hobbes, Bentham, Mill, and Locke.

All of these masters stimulated my thinking-such as it was- and, while finding things to question in each of them, I nevertheless learned a great deal from their study.I spent a great deal of time reading the works of the great socialphilosophers. I came early to Walter Rauschenbusch's Christianity and the Social Crisis, which left an indelible imprint on my thinking by giving me a theological basis for the social concern which had already grown up in me as a result of my early experiences.

of course there were points at which I differed with Rauschenbusch. I felt that he had fallen victim to the nineteenth-century "cult of inevitable progress" which led him to a superficial optimism concerning man's nature. Moreover, he came perilously close to identifying the Kingdom of God with a particular social and economic system--a tendency which should never befall the Church.

But in spite of these shortcomings Rauschenbusch had done a great service for the Christian Church by insisting that the gospel deals with the whole man not only his soul but his body; not only his spiritual well-being but his material well-being.

"The preaching ministry"

It has been my conviction ever since reading Rauschenbusch that any religion that professes concern for the souls of men and is not equally concerned about the slums that damn them, the economic conditions that strangle them, and the social conditions that cripple them is a spiritually moribund religion only waiting for the day to be buried.

It well has been said: "A religion that ends with the individual, ends."

I feel that preaching is one of the most vital needs of our society, if it is used correctly. There is a great paradox in preaching. on the one hand it may be very helpful and on the other it may be very pernicious. It is my opinion that sincerity is not enough for the preaching ministry. The minister must be both sincere and intelligent... I also think that the minister should possess profundity of conviction.

We have too many ministers in the pulpit who are great spellbinders and too few who possess spiritual power. It is my profound conviction that I, as an aspirant for the ministry, should possess these powers.I think that preaching should grow out of the experiences of the people.

Therefore, I, as a minister, must know the problems of the people that I am pastoring. Too often do educated ministers leave the people lost in the fog of theological abstraction, rather than presenting that theology in the light of the people's experiences. It is my conviction that the minister must somehow take profound theological and philosophical views and place them in a concrete framework. I must forever make the complex the simple.

Above all, I see the preaching ministry as a dual process. On the one hand I must attempt to change the soul of individuals so that their societies may be changed . On the other I must attempt to change the societies so that the individual soul will have a change.

Therefore, I must be concerned about unemployment, slums, and economic insecurity. I am a profound advocate of the social gospel.


These are the words of Martin Luther King Jr. The man that the muslim Malcolm X referred to as Martin Luther "Coon"

In this letter King describes his fight not only to see the person made whole by Christ, but he decidely confronts the evil that in his day stood in the way of the transforming of society into a society concerned with equality and uprightness.

King confronted evil, he did not make excuses for it, he did not shrink away in the fight and led a great transforming revolution against injustice and institutionalised evil.

As King stood up to the evil of his time it is up to us to stand up to the evil of our time, islam seeks to take the world by force and spread its ideology based on hate and violence against all who do not ascribe to its tenets.

It is our task to stand in the way of this evil. The malignant force that would destroy the society that men like King fought to perfect, seeks to replace our government with a system built on oppression, hate and violence

Those who do not stand up to this evil are those who will be swallowed up by it.

Do not be decieved, God is not mocked, whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap. If you sow to the wind you will reap the whirlwind.