Sunday, September 30, 2007
I find this to be absolutely evil.
Where's the outcry from the terror front group in America? CAIR is silent. No "action alerts" advocating the a "fatwa" be issued denouncing the statement. Where is this muslim civil rights group? I want to know where they stand on this issue, I want to know if they'll protect the civil rights of gay muslims or do they support eliminating them from the ummah? Where's the outrage from these "moderate" muslims claiming to stand up form muslim civil rights?
Saturday, September 29, 2007
The nutter in chief and the mullahs, who really run the islamic state, are trying to save face. After the mild tongue lashing Ahmadinejad received at the hands of Columbia University president Lee Bollinger, the Persians are attempting to regain national and cultural pride. Ahmadinejad was insulted and like most muslims, needs to defend his honor or run the risk of looking weak among his countrymen and the ummah.
Shame, honor and revenge; islamic society is an extroverted society that operates within a triangle of values with three dimensions. Honor is the most important of the three and sometimes it is more valued than life itself. If honor is smeared the result is shame, which can only be erased through revenge. The process starts on the personal level and then shifts to the community or in this case the national level. Iranian honor has been disgraced and this decree is their revenge.
A culture that condones the murder of a raped daughter for shaming her family is capable of anything. I hope this meaningless declaration, against our military and CIA, will be adequate.
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Ahmadinejad is known as a "twelver" shi'ite muslim, a mahdaviat. Its derived from the word mahdi, arabic for "rightly-guided one," a major figure in islamic eschatology. In his 2005 and 2006 UN addresses he concluded both speeches with the following prayer;
O mighty Lord, I pray to you to hasten the emergence of your last repository, the promised one, that perfect and pure human being, the one that will fill this world with justice and peace.
I'm to curious to know why Ahmadinejad choose to begin his speech at Columbia (with the prayer) rather than putting it at the end as he did in his UN addresses.
Why the west needs to take note of this evil man. To be a mahdaviat means you believe and are active in preparing for the return of the mahdi. If you recall, in 2005, Ahmadinejad was telling colleagues that the end of the world was just two or three years away, and that the way to hasten the coming of the mahdi was to annihilate Israel and the US. That was two years ago and most of us don't seem to realize how central Ahmadinejad's shiite islamic eschatology is to Iran's current foreign policy and that's why we're missing how dangerous this regime really is. When the mahdi arrives on earth, shi'ite scholars say he will appear in Mecca and Medina, and then Kufa Iraq.
If the end of days predicted by the nutter, two years ago, is now upon us why is the Iranian government trying so hard to develop nuclear power while sitting on a pool of oil? Won't allah and the mahdi take care of the needs of the people once he returns? Surely it couldn't be for nefarious reasons, right? Ahmadinejad and the clerics wouldn't use the need for nuclear power as a cover to make a bomb to bring about the chaos necessary for the mahdi to appear?
Scott Peterson has a great article in the Christian Science Monitor. Waiting For the Rapture details the beliefs held by Ahmadinejad and other muslims. The scary thing about this whole thing is we don't have to believe it, Ahmadinejad does and that's all that matters.
Monday, September 24, 2007
The "talk" was for the benefit of the Iranian people. I'm sure the opening statement by Lee Bollinger won't be broadcast to the Iranian populous. Bollinger called Ahmadinejad a "petty and cruel dictator" and he assailed Ahmadinejad's "denying" of the Holocaust as "ridiculous" and "dangerous propaganda." He accused the Iranian leader of either being brazenly provocative "or astonishingly uneducated." I believe he's simply evil.
In true nutter fashion, the answers were long winded and off track, never directly addressing the questions. Columbia University give him a platform from which he gave a completely ineffective presentation of the Iranian world view.
It'll be interesting to see how the dog and pony spectacle is viewed in Iran and across the middle east.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
"Safety and security" reasons, who came up with this politically correct statement?
Ahmadinejad's desire to wipe Israel off the map and anti-Semitic rhetoric wasn't enough for the US state department to refuse his visa application. For a second time in as many years, the UN security council is lending credibility to his regime, giving him a world platform from which to slap the face of the American people. The world continues to allow him to operate, unmolested, as if these national goals are legitimate. The fact that he's the president of a nation whos been training islamic radicals to murder innocent men, women and children across the middle east has nothing to do with the decision to keep him away from sacred ground? I wish it did, I wish we could say what we mean and mean what we say. When did the American spine disappear?
On Monday, an Iranian website affiliated with the regime claims to have 600 missiles positioned to strike Israel and a dozen targets in Iraq used by the US military.
Far be it for the UN to grow a backbone at this point and reprimand the holocaust denier for his nuclear ambitions and thumbing his nose at the global community. I agree with Mitt Romney, Ahmadinejad should be indicted under the Genocide Convention and taken into custody once he steps off the plane. But that would entail the impotent world body to spring into action and enforce their own declarations.
It's 1939 all over again, we have a chance to nab "Hitler" and prevent another holocaust. Ahmadinejad has the blood of American heros on his hands, he must be stopped.
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Roberto Calderoli, a Northern League party senator, is calling for a "Pig Day" protest against the building of a new mosque in Bologna, Italy.
Mr. Calderoli and his pig claim once he defiled the property in Lodi, and the mosque was not built. The deputy speaker of Italy's Senate said, "I am making myself and my pig available for a walk at the site where they want to build the mosque," and in complete defiance stated he would eat "a nice plateful of pork chops to show my lack of sympathy for those who consider pork forbidden meat."
I wish this guy would run against Sherrod Brown (or George Voinovich for that matter) here in Ohio.
In an effort to help others facing a big minaret in their backyard, Calderoli said; "We could organise the 'pig day' as to say competitions and shows dedicated to the most beautiful pigs to be hold in the places where somebody thinks to build not a centre for religious activities but the potential centre of recruitment of a terror cells". This is much better than the alternative solution after the arrest of an imam last year for leading a terrorist training school from a mosque in central Italy. After the arrest, the Northern League called for all existing mosques to be closed for security checks.
As one would expect, the islamic community is offended and insulted by the remarks. Nonetheless, the senator is no stranger to controversy and is often accused of making racist comments regarding muslims. Last year he lost a ministerial post for wearing a T-shirt with cartoons of Mohammad on them.
Gotta love this guy!
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
I hear people sayin' we don't need this war,
I say there's some things worth fightin' for.
What about our freedom, and this piece of ground?
We didn't get to keep 'em by backin' down.
They say we don't realize the mess we're gettin' in, before you start your preachin' let me ask you this my friend,
Have you forgotten?
Have you forgotten, how it felt that day?
To see your homeland under fire,
And her people blown away,
Have you forgotten, when those towers fell.
We had neighbors still inside goin' through a livin' hell.
And you say we shouldn't worry 'bout Bin Laden,
Have you forgotten?
It'll just breed anger that's what the experts say, If it was up to me I'd show it everyday.
Some say this country's just out looking for a fight, after 9/11 man I'd have to say that's right!
Some went down like hero's in that Pennsylvania field,
Have you forgotten about our Pentagon?
All the loved ones that we lost and those left to carry on, don't you tell me not to worry 'bout bin Laden.
Have you forgotten?
We had neighbors still inside going thru a living hell, and you say we shouldn't worry 'bout bin Laden
Have you forgotten?
May God continue to Bless this country and Let Us Never Forget!
Thursday, September 06, 2007
On Tuesday the prosecution in the HLF trial filed its opposition motion to the amicus brief filed by CAIR. Among the laundry list of grievances claimed by the terror front group, the soiling of their good name caused a decline in membership, in which CAIR points to a June 2007 Washington Times article showing membership declined from 29,000 (2001) to less than 1700 (2006). CAIR's Nihad Awad prematurely responded by calling the report "false and misleading" obviously unaware of the potential spin value. In an effort to distance themselves from the charity, asking the court to remove them (and others named therein) from the list of unindicted co-conspirators seems to have backfired, leading to continued nefarious exposure for the group.
The 27 page motion in opposition clearly and deliberately link CAIR to hamas, stating; "In the instant case, striking CAIR's name from the attachment to the Trial Brief will not prevent its conspiratorial involvement with HLF, and others affiliated with Hamas, from becoming a matter of public record. That has already occurred as a consequence of the presentation of evidence at trial."
The opposition motion and the evidence presented in the HLF trial clearly prove CAIR's claim to moderation does not correlate with its activities, financial ties and hiring practices. Working to silence those who challenge radical islam, using our laws and freedoms to advance an agenda leading to the destruction of the west and America.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
In June Arnaout, a muslim immigrant from Lebanon, was cited for harassment. That incident put the "Bombay Bunker" resident on the OPP radar screen.
The Northeast Intelligence Network along with Canada Free Press have been "uncovering" the rest of the story as the events unfold. A few residents in this predominately muslim neighborhood spoke with NIN pointing to a possible link to the United States. Neighbors say cars with New York, Michigan and Ohio plates where seen frequenting the house. Men wearing islamic garb would enter the house at all hours of the day or night. Between 20 and 30 people live or stay at the 176 Ashdale Avenue "fortress" that's been dubed the Bombay Bunker because of the unusual construction of the house that resembled a fortress with steel doors and mesh wire window coverings. Hummm?
I have to ask the question, why would the home owner, Mohammad Latif Raja and his caretaker brother Mohammad Fayyaz Raja, want to fortify a house in such a fashion? If you look at the picture you can see the steel doors leading to the basement apartment rented by the accused.
The letter bomb recipients, authorities say, are connected and were not chosen at random. Lets take a look at who they are, shall we, sure.
On August 11th Abdel Magid Radi of Scarborough Ontario received the letter bomb and suffered injury. This incident occured at the same time New York City responds to a "dirty" bomb threat that caused an increase of the deployment of radiological sensors on vehicles, boats and helicopters. Police and federal officials set up vehicle checkpoints in lower Manhattan and at bridges and tunnels, checking for any indication of a conventional bomb laced with radioactive materials. 72 hours later conflicting reports out of New Jersey reported minor accident and the driver of one of the vehicles fled on foot. The vehicle from which the suspect in the hit-and-run fled contained a “box” in the trunk containing “radioactive” symbols. According to a law enforcement source sensors carried by police that measure radioactivity sounded an alarm that indicated higher than acceptable levels of radioactivity, prompting a response from HAZMAT and other officials. Coincidence, maybe.
August 19th Terrence Reiber, a real estate lawyer in Toronto, received the second letter bomb and is not injured. Could this real estate lawyer be working for someone who may have been giving the brothers Raja trouble with their fortress?
August 22nd John Becker, a self-employed contractor in Guelph received the third, much larger IED, letter bomb also escaping injury. Does this contractor have a connection to the Bombay Bunker? If so, did he see something he shouldn't have?
And let's not forget about the harassment complaint filed in June by Steven Scott. Officials close to the investigation say trouble between Arnaout and Scott began at about the same time the suspect moved in to the apartment owned and managed by the brothers Raja.
There's more to this story and it's connection to us here in the United States. In June 2006, the Canadian terror cell had far reaching members including two Atlanta muslims, Syed Haris Ahmed and Shifa Sadequee.