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Thursday, February 12, 2009

The Fitna War

It began as an expression of the reality of the Quran and what it requires since it must be accepted as the immutable, perfect, uncreated document of an omniscient and perfect being if you are to be a Believer, and submit.

It has become an expose of the penetration of a submissive mindset in Europe to the extent that freedom of speech is, in its natural state, a blasphemous insult to be made illegal even when all that is expressed is unarguably true.


Today Geert Wilders on trial for that insult of truth in Holland, was denied entrance to England as persona non grata since 'some people may get upset'.

If there was anywhere in europe that fact and truth stood I had thought it to be England.

I had thought it was the one place where 'Let the heavens fall but let justice be done' might have had some meaning.

Instead we have a replay of the 1935 Oxford Union vote to "Not Fight for King and Country"

How much obloquy can the Europeans shovel over themselves?

With the election of Barack Obama and his first call to a holocaust denier/minimizer, then his first interview with the racist Al Arabiya are we looking at a preview of our own near future?
As we see the arrogant Iranians confidently upping the pride anty on Barack Obama while he offers them understanding as their nuclear weapon's countdown dwindles to months, we wonder what must be the outcome of this pattern?



Will it be the end of the west, or will be scores of millions of deaths, maybe hundreds in a modern black death?
Either way, these are dark days.
Courage is rightly esteemed the first of human qualities... because it is the quality which guarantees all others.

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Blogger WC said...

From the Wiki article:

McCallum recalled at the outbreak of war two students, "men of light and leading in their college and with a good academic record", visited him to say goodbye before leaving to join their units. Both of them had separately said that if they had to vote on the "King and Country" resolution then and there, they would do so. One of them said: "I am not going to fight for King and Country, and you will notice that no one, not Chamberlain, not Halifax, has asked us to".

Then what the hell were they fighting for?

Thursday, February 12, 2009 11:52:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is western democracy..as long as you get people to support you...you can fight for wrong thing that you think is right..or you can fight for right thing that seems wrong..wilders is definitely fighting for the wrong thing that seems right to him and supported by people who think that he is right but actually doing the wrong thing though seemingly right... hence not one of the the British members of parliament wants him to set foot in UK..

Friday, February 13, 2009 8:51:00 am  
Blogger Epaminondas said...

Anonymous, pointing out FACTUALLY what the quran demands cannot ever be wrong, can it?

Surely this is as indicative as counting the number of engines Dornier produced in 1937, isn't it?

But then, perhaps that was an effort for the wrong thing which seemed right to a few as well...certainly it did to Stanley Baldwin, eh?

Friday, February 13, 2009 10:53:00 am  

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