The truth about Muslims and media in France: English review of the book "La France Orange mécanique"
Islam versus Europe 16 May 2013
By Torben S. Hansen, historian, professor emeritus
More books like this one are necessary if we are to wake up before things become too barbaric:
The film "A Clockwork Orange" - 1971, directed by Stanley Kubrick - is a dystopian tale of a criminal gang that excels in "ultra-violence". It has inspired journalist Laurent Obertone (pseudonym) for the title of "La France Orange mécanique". Over 350 pages documenting, analyzing and commenting on his part of French society crash in massive, permanent crime of the worst caliber as a result of immigration and the authorities and the media's paramount responsibility for the disaster.
FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 8 May 2013
The Uniqueness of Western Civilization by Professor Ricardo Duchesne is a refreshing and original book that breaks with the current Multicultural consensus to argue that Western civilization is indeed unique and has been so for a very long time, probably far longer than most people realize.
It is a daring text. Few other books have tried to cover such a vast canvass of thousands of years of history, and many of those who have attempted to do so were less successful than this one. In fact, it’s so full of information about many different societies, cultures and epochs that it’s rather challenging to do it justice in a few words.
TOM TAYLOR ONLINE 18 April 2013
Here is a perspective by Dr. Peter Hammond. Dr. Hammond’s doctorate is in Theology. He was born in Capetown in 1960, grew up in Rhodesia and converted to Christianity in 1977.
Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete, total, 100% system of life.
Islam has religious, legal, political, economic, social, and military components. The religious component is a beard for all of the other components.
Islamization begins when there are sufficient Muslims in a country to agitate for their religious privileges.
Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco: the first public atheist organisation in country with state religion of Islam
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is D.C. Watson, author of the new book, "Through These Blues. A View From Inside the Political Jihad Arena.”
FP: D.C. Watson, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
Watson: Thanks very much.
FP: let’s begin with you telling us what the book is about and its main argument.
Watson: For a long time, I’ve paid close attention to who has been saying and doing what. Why so many of our politicians and journalists are as cowardly as they are when it comes to discussing the tenets of Islam is anyone’s guess. I guess it’s just easier for them to attack the identifiers of a problem than it is to confront the actual problem. Nonetheless, if they are scared, or for some reason support this doctrine, they have been derelict in their duties to protect and inform this nation, and should be strongly "encouraged” to take a different career path.
It is the first genocide of the 21th century. Poor Iraq and Iraqis. The silence of the world pushes me to lose faith in humanity. – Anonymous
Secularism, Islamism and multiculturalism: threats highlighted by Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali's new book
Dispatch International 30 November 2012
By Maria Celander
When Mikael Jalving’s book ”Absolute Sweden – A journey into the realm of silence” was published in Denmark a little over a year ago, it sparked a heated debate. Are things really as bad as this in Sweden?
Do the Swedes walk around clenching their fists while displaying a united, happy front to the outside world? In his book the author travels around a Sweden characterized by fear. People want to talk about injustices they see, but are afraid to do so. The political and media elite have decided which opinions you can air in public, and those who dare defy the sanctions are disgraced and humiliated publicly.
AndrewBostom.org 26 November 2012
By Andrew Bostom
FrontPage Magazin 19 November 2012
By Mark Tapson
"Sharia-compliant Islam is ascendant.” So writes the incomparable Andrew C. McCarthy in his foreword to Andrew Bostom’s timely new book, Sharia Versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism. And "Western elites have abandoned the field – or better, put it up for sale to Islamic activists and their apologists.” This leaves Bostom as "one of the precious few who dare” to put their considerable scholarly energies into exposing sharia for what it truly is.
Dr. Andrew Bostom, Associate Professor of Medicine at Rhode Island Hospital, has published articles and commentary on Islam here on FrontPage and in the Washington Times, National Review, American Thinker, and elsewhere in print and online. Bostom is the author of two essential, extraordinary, and meticulously documented works of scholarship, The Legacy of Jihad: Islamic Holy War and the Fate of Non-Muslims and The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism: From Sacred Texts to Solemn History (about which I interviewed him here and here for FrontPage). Now he has built upon and transcended those books with his newest and most important work thus far.
Gates of Vienna 10 October 2012
By Heinz Buschkowsky
This is the first in a five-part series of articles from the German news site Bild based on excerpts from Heinz Buschkowsky’s new book, Neukölln ist Überall ("Neukölln is everywhere”), and interviews with the author.