mlah The “culture” that has evolved here isn’t conducive to sissies

July 26, 2005


Filed under: Religion — mlah @ 9:14 pm

everyone talks crap about how we’re colonizing iraq. how evil the west is for what we’ve done to the world.

Maronite Cross

at least, those on the left have been saying it.

we’re sooooo evil for forcing horrors on people, like toilets, and innoculations. anyone who has been to turkey understands.

i’ve been reading a book lately titled the myth of islamic tolerance. the guy who runs the blog jihadwatch, and dhimmiwatch wrote the book. his name is robert spencer.

the thing i like best about the books, which elaborate on a lot of things i already knew, is that he provides me with the source. he’s done a lot of research and cites actual verses from the qoran, sunnah, and hadith that justify islamic jihadi conduct.

but he did introduce a new concept to me. a concept which has been staring us all in the face for so very long. i knew that islam had burst out of the arabian peninsula in the 7th century. but mr spencer terms their expansion colonialism.

the most telling example is when he asks some palestinians about some rubble outside of their village, and they say it is the jewish ruins.

and then in the very next breath, the call the israelis invaders.

how telling when imams are calling for jihads in spain, because it is an apostate nation. a nation which was conquered by islam, and dared to throw off the yoke.

same with the balkans.

Maronite descended girls in Az

turkey is greek and armenian soil. the turks were hired mercenaries from turkmenistan. iraq belongs to the assyrians. lebanon to the maronites. israel to the jews. (ALL of it). egypt to the copts. north africa to the berbers.

the list goes on.

those people still persist in some places. as a minority. arabs in iraq are debating right now on how many rights to give the native peoples of the fertile crescent.

how come the liberals don’t stand up for them?

talk about opprssion. since the end of slavery, this country has seen nothing even remotely close to the subjugation visited on the native peoples of the middle east by arab interlopers.


  1. If we just wait long enough humaity will become homogenous in every way and it won’t matter what belongs to who and who belongs where. We’ll all be light brown with a little bit of everyone in our gene pool.

    Did this message even apply to your post? I’m tired. Will sleep now.

    Comment by Sean — July 27, 2005 @ 3:39 am

  2. “everyone talks crap about how we’re colonizing iraq”
    Really? I haven’t heard that. There was a definite desire in place to grab Iraq by the economic balls after the invasion–oops, I mean “open up its markets”– but the insurgency put the kibbosh on those plans. Anyway, the term “colonialism” is pretty old-fashioned at this point. Nobody’s doing much in the way of true colonizing anymore.

    “cites actual verses from the qoran, sunnah, and hadith that justify islamic jihadi conduct”
    Aha, that’s what I was asking you for last week. Maybe I’ll check out this book. The Bible condones stoning for many offenses.

    “mr spencer terms their expansion colonialism”
    Like I said when you brought this up the other day, it would be wise to confine your arguments to the modern era, or else you run the risk of getting all of Christianity’s/the West’s sins thrown back into the equation.

    “how come the liberals don’t stand up for them?”
    Have they been oppressed lately, or are you talking about centuries past? Amnesty Int’l surely keeps up with contemporary oppression of minority groups.
    I wasn’t even aware that Conservatives were standing up for them, silly me. Could you please point out a mention of this issue in a Bush speech or a Fox News Alert? Thanks.

    Comment by f-in_cheney — July 29, 2005 @ 4:14 am

  3. so Gus finally allows citations from other than his favorite Socialist-approved sources. Only problem is that the only ones he will accept are Fox News and the collected speeches of Geo. W Bush. Well, I suppose that’s some progress for such a closed-minded person as dear Gus.

    Comment by yup — July 31, 2005 @ 8:37 am

  4. Brilliant non-comment, Yup.

    Comment by f-in_cheney — July 31, 2005 @ 4:14 pm

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