Citizen Warrior 15 May 2012
The following is the text of the newest flyer (read more about the flyer here).
I may have been dead for over 1000 years but I am still very much alive.
I told my people I was a prophet — in fact, not just any prophet but the last one. Posing as a prophet is really very simple. First and foremost you have to believe in yourself. Then people will start to believe in you. The more people who believe in you, the more others can be persuaded to believe in you. It snowballs. Today I still live through my followers and the rules I gave them to live by.
Gates of Vienna 15 May 2012
By Nick McAvelly
Nick McAvelly of The Frozen North sends the following essay about the growing jihad against soft targets in the West, the ineffectiveness of official efforts to combat it, and the inability of the "moderate” Muslim community to prevent it.
We Will Not Be Silent
by Nick McAvelly
The murders committed by Mohamed Merah in Toulouse have been forgotten by the mainstream media. The shootings were covered at the time, as was Merah’s subsequent suicide by cop.
Interview was given to the YLE (Finnish National? Television). Due tu be aired May 9th 10.15PM Finnish time
Everything in this report is consistent with the view that Turkey is deliberately facilitating this illegal immigrant invasion to further the islamisation of Europe. The Turkish government has signed visa-free travel treaties with virtually every Islam-dominated country.
Illegal Muslim Immigrants Invading Greece from... przez V1683
Citizen Times 14 May 2012
Speech of Ayaan Hirsi Ali on occasion of the Axel Springer Honorary Prize in Berlin
Thank you so much for this great honor. The late Axel Springer had four guiding principles, which he later extended to five after the terrorist attacks of September 2001. I want to begin by reminding you of them.
National Review Online 14 May 2012
By Andrew C. McCarthy
Ismail Belghar, a 36-year-old Muslim man living in Australia, assaulted, abducted, and nearly killed his sister-in-law. The victim, a 25-year-old Moroccan named Canan Kokden, had dared to take her older sister, Mrs. B, to the beach without Belghar’s permission. This heinous effrontery was amplified, Belghar later recounted for police, when Mrs. B thereupon "displayed her body,” sustaining the shoulder sunburn that tipped him off.