Lion of the Blogosphere

All Muslims are extremists, they admit it

“Destructure” recommended this video. It’s only 3 minutes and 22 seconds. Worth watching.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

June 15, 2016 at 11:57 am

Posted in Religion

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  1. Given the chronic malaise of the West that is responsible for its sorry state of affairs, Islam might serve an alternative universe, for those who hate the current status quo.

    Admit it, women are a distraction to men, when manly activities are being conducted between men. You do not want a random hot chick sitting next to you, while you engage in a serious activity.

    A few years back during one of the major league baseball playoffs, a stadium had advertisements of bikini clad women facing the opposing players when they were taking the field. The manager of that team reprimanded the home team management for disrupting the game.


    June 15, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    • Talk about malaise: in the notorious book “Submission” a civilized country chooses Islam because…why not, how bad can it be? (BTW, I don’t think you could pay me to read it; I would be too annoyed).


      June 15, 2016 at 4:22 pm

      • Islam could serve as a red pill Manosphere realm, in the likes of PUA.


        June 15, 2016 at 7:46 pm

      • You should read it. The author (Michel Houellebecq) is basically trolling feminists with it. He has a couple hard right guys decide that it is better to join Islam than to fight it. After the switch-over to Islam, women are sent back en masse into the kitchen. They show the “everyman” submitting to Islam because his hard right handler has three wives, the latest a 15-year-old hotty. The oldest wife cooks and cleans, the middle wife has sex and is learning to cook and clean, and the youngest wife just has sex with the hard right dude. What Houellebecq is saying to women is that it is only the hard men of the right keeping Islam from putting them back in the kitchen. Someday, they might just change their minds….

        Haven Monahan

        June 16, 2016 at 1:02 am

      • I recommended “Submission” to my all female book club, and boy, did they hate it. Not much talk about the Muslim overlords in the book, as they were offended that the narrator was a beta bachelor who found it easy to get attractive new girlfriends with each new student class. Discussions of Japanese takeout, breakups and blow j*bs in the same page made their heads explode. If you can, read J.K. Huysman’s “Against Nature” before starting “Submission” as the protagonist is a Huysmans scholar, and that too is a wonderful novel.


        June 16, 2016 at 9:48 am

      • I’ve read it. A couple of times. Houellebecq is one of the most interesting novelists working right now. And quite funny at times. Maybe people don’t realize that, among other things, he’s a satirist.

        ice hole

        June 16, 2016 at 11:13 am

    • I don’t like the status quo but the only thing I can think of that would be worse is Islam. Seeing attractive women in public and having situations where I can interact with them is my favorite thing about life itself. The #1 reason I am passionately anti-Islam (even ahead of the terrorism angle) is their obsession with female modesty and making women invisible.

      Jay Fink

      June 15, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    • I read Submission and thought it was the usual Houellebecq: some very funny stuff, some great insights (I loved the bit about the hard-right nationalist becoming a Muslim), but what’s his thing about anal sex? He has that in every book and the woman always loves it. I mean, really.


      June 16, 2016 at 4:49 pm

      • Oh wait a minute, he’s trolling feminists. He’s basically saying, “your favorite people in the world, gay men, do this. What about you?” It makes a perverse sort of sense.


        June 16, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    • Didn’t Hitler lament the Germans were flabby altruist Christians instead of ruthless Mohammedians? The issue isn’t religion primarily; it’s race. You either have a self-interested “my people, right or wrong” attitude or your people will die; they will be conquered and/or they won’t reproduce.

      I certainly wouldn’t want White people to be Muslims (per Churchill and the fact that Islam is a retrograde philosophy), but if making them Muslims would ensure the survival of Western people’s then it would be worth thinking about.


      June 16, 2016 at 11:33 pm

      • You might think Islam is retrogade, well, America is prole drifting.

        I would rather live next to Muslims than a trailer park prole, or worse, one of those ultra religious Jews.


        June 17, 2016 at 5:56 pm

      • And not all Muslims are extreme and diabolical.

        How come we don’t hear of troublesome, pesky, Euro Muslims like the Bosnians, or even Turks (who want to join the EU)? Why is it, that the most difficult of Muslims come from areas, usually where we have a geopolitical interest?


        June 17, 2016 at 6:00 pm

      • Mustafa Kemal Atatürk made Turkey secular. But now that we let the Islamists take over, Turkey will become more like Pakistan.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        June 17, 2016 at 6:23 pm

      • I doubt Turkey will regress into a Pakistan.

        What Edrogan wants to do, is to enforce a strict Islamist society and take what is best for the country in terms of Westernization, namely innovation and technology.


        June 17, 2016 at 8:45 pm

  2. Oh but Lion, you don’t understand! He doesn’t REALLY believe these things. It’s only patriarchal, oppressive white racism that makes him say it!

    — said every Progressive ever


    June 15, 2016 at 1:14 pm

    • Some progressives would point out that just because he says that all muslims believe this doesnt make it so. I can find some videos of jewish people making very unkind generalizations about Jews that I don’t think Lion would put much stock in.


      June 15, 2016 at 10:40 pm

  3. I used to think that enough massacres would convince people that muslim immigration is a bad idea for the west. I dont think so anymore. The people who constantly make excuses for sudden jihad syndrome and who push for islamic immigration will do so until theyre being strung up by the jihadis they so adamantly want to keep coming here.

    Richard North

    June 15, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    • Agreed. Every single SJW I know who’s on Facebook has strongly condemned anyone who would dare link this massacre to Islam, and many of them have reiterated their willingness to accept Muslim “refugees.” I also see a meme going around that’s directed at straight white people and advises them on how to better be allies to LGBT people, and especially LGBT people of color. An Arab Muslim shoots up a gay night club full of Hispanics, and once again it’s time to lecture white America on what it’s doing wrong.

      Related, Muslim favorability ratings tend to go up after terrorist attacks:

      Horace Pinker

      June 15, 2016 at 2:36 pm

      • I have tried to post this clip to Facebook and have been blocked. Don’t disturb the narrative.


        June 15, 2016 at 7:24 pm

      • Facebook has an official policy of censoring criticism of Islam. Moreover, nearly half of Facebook’s censors work at an office building in Morocco.


        June 16, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    • And how good are the Caribbean Hispanics for Florida?

      Lion completely derailed his goal of this blog, with these Islamophobic posts. The purported Muslim, Omar Mateen, shot and killed scores of NAMs, not Whites.

      How is this any concern to the pro-White crowd?


      June 15, 2016 at 3:29 pm

      • I’m not mourning a bunch of dead Hillary voters, but I will use the attack as a weapon against the Left. It is about tactics, nothing more.


        June 15, 2016 at 7:20 pm

      • I don’t want to see Hispanics killed or even gays. I don’t want Hispanic immigration sending job seeking Americans to the unemployment line, but otherwise they are very decent people and we are mostly lucky they are our neighbors (many nations have much worse). It isn’t their fault that the US is hapless and weak and seems morally incapable of looking out for its own people. In Britain immigrants are taking jobs as well, only there most of the immigrants are Eastern Europeans. The fault lies with us and our horrible ruling class.


        June 16, 2016 at 1:11 am

    • I used to think so too. I thought 911 would be a galvanizing force that cause the country lead by the mighty GOPe to close the borders to Muslims and Mexicans. Instead, Dubya tells us Islam is peace and Mexico is our friend. And all the sheep put cheap plastic US flags on their cars for a couple of weeks.

      Americans are brainwashed cowards, idiots, and masochists. Every Muslim attacks simply reinforces the righteousness of open borders/tolerance. They live in a comic book world where diversity and the good Muslims will save the day in the end and that if they close the borders they’re just as bad as evil-doers.

      But it’s a really a cowardly rationalization of submission to make themselves feel heroic and noble. And the transmogrophied rage instead gets heaps onto haters/Nativists like Trump/white males who actually want to take sane actions.


      June 15, 2016 at 11:47 pm

      • “Instead, Dubya tells us Islam is peace….”

        Well lets be frank- if its a binary choice between the living peacefully in a moral Islamic country and paying the jizya or living in whatever crazy SJW distopia we are handing toward I’d choose the former.

        Lion of the Turambar

        June 16, 2016 at 2:07 pm

  4. In speaking about against Universal Basic Income, liberal researcher Isabel Sawhill slips in a little HBD awareness: “the poor and jobless may…have difficulty functioning in a complex society.”


    June 15, 2016 at 1:31 pm

  5. The conventional wisdom is jihadi massacres in the United States will boost Trump’s poll numbers. However the latest poll of June 10-13 has Hillary surging ahead. The public might be buying the gun-control argument over the case for immigration restriction and tightening the borders.

    Mark Caplan

    June 15, 2016 at 1:50 pm

    • As a Trump supporter, that poll is worrisome, but we need a second poll before we conclude that Trump’s support had gone down and that the one poll isn’t an outlier.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      June 15, 2016 at 2:26 pm

      • No major poll has been released (as of 7pm CDT) taken completely after the Orlando attack. One or two polls may include some data from Sunday afternoon. Hillary is still enjoying the boost she received from “clinching” the Democratic nomination.

        Truly, historically these polls aren’t reliable until after the conventions, and then not always.

        Paul Rise

        June 15, 2016 at 8:10 pm

      • Remember also that the media is engaged in an all-out, full court press to bring Trump’s poll numbers down. If Trump wins it will be a miracle, because he will have done so with every media organ of the left and center, and most on the so-called right trying to bring him down.

        Sgt. Joe Friday

        June 15, 2016 at 8:55 pm

      • He’s gonna go down with all else equal because she’s going to get a bump from emerging as the presumptive nominee just like he did.


        June 15, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    • That poll overstated Hillary support. The most recent one is actually a narrowing of the gap compared to its previous results.

      The other polls have a 3-5 point difference between Hillary and Trump.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      June 15, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    • Americans instinctively prefer the comfort of the Blue Pill Hillary. She sounds less scary and confrontational than Trump. She’s a manager of “comfortable” white decline.

      People can’t face that fighting and toughness are required because people are ostriches and cowards.


      June 15, 2016 at 11:50 pm

  6. Many of us have been pointing this out for years but we are scorned as “far right” and “Islamaphobic”. Muslims shouldn’t be allowed in civilized countries. Allowing so many to immigrate to the West is a very dangerous experiment being conducted by ignorant elites filled with hubris.


    June 15, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    • Even if they weren’t barbarians, they STILL shouldn’t be here.
      They have their own damn countries. . .how many do we have?


      June 15, 2016 at 11:52 pm

  7. Great video – thanks! Maybe all those men in the room aren’t bomb throwers, but they sure aren’t going to do anything about the Muslims who are. I’m sorry the speaker didn’t ask the audience how many agreed with the recent terror attacks in places like Paris and Brussels (and speaking of Brussels, a transgender Tunisian was just stabbed in the street there. Hmmmmm – looks like the religion of peace has struck again.

    If you want to see something truly disgusting, look at this (from Roll Call:

    Two dozen members of Congress and hundreds of staff members gathered on the Capitol steps Monday afternoon as the Congressional LGBT and Muslim staff associations jointly hosted a moment of silence and vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting .

    As people gathered, Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell cried while greeting her colleagues. Staffers from both associations cried as well while standing in solidarity with the 49 victims killed and 53 wounded at Pulse nightclub .

    “In your name we condemn all violence against innocent people,” said House Chaplain Patrick J. Conroy, who led the vigil as Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black stood by. Conroy called on all Americans to never “fear violence because of whom they are, whom they love.”
    Other members in attendance were Sens. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and James Lankford, R-Okla.; Republican Rep. Richard Hanna of New York and Democratic Reps. Dan Kildee of Michigan, Eliot L. Engel of New York, Eleanor Holmes Norton of D.C., Jared Polis of Colorado, Tony Cardenas of California, David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Mark Takano of California and Andre Carson of Indiana, among others.


    Debbie Dingell cries crocodile tears – oh, boo, hoo hoo. She’s been a leading open borders advocate and gets a grade of F from Numbers USA.These are the folks who have left the borders wide open to terrorists and murderers, and the country is now reaping what they sowed.

    And the Muslim staff associates – how much better can it get? I’m sure they all promote the “Religion of Peace” blather, but they won’t actually do anything about the dreadful crimes committed by their coreligionists. Hypocrisy is very well known in Washington, but this is still extra-special.

    Black Death

    June 15, 2016 at 2:12 pm

  8. I have met plenty of non extreme Muslims. I have also met some cab drivers who are what I would call “psuedo extreme”. In that, they would be okay with their daughter marrying a non-Muslim and condemn Al-Queada while at the same time supporting a type of moderate theocracy for Islamic countries. Non Egyptian Muslims in particular seem to be extremely sympathetic with the Islamic Brotherhood.


    June 15, 2016 at 2:18 pm

    • I find attractive Moroccan women to be finer, cleaner, and scent free, than any East Euro or Rusky Chick I’ve encounter. And their food is better, and many can speak French, whether it’s in Paris or Montreal.


      June 15, 2016 at 3:39 pm

  9. I guess it was not a serious headline, but no there are moderate muslims, I worked with many in London as an accountant. Muslims who didn’t wear beards, who smoked weed, who drank alcohol and indulged in a lot of non-sanctioned horizontal jogging with ladies of every colour.

    See below to a couple of links to gay muslims groups and Imams – there are more, this is just for balance (obviously the vast majority of Imams denounce homosexuality).


    June 15, 2016 at 3:35 pm

  10. Someone advocating the abandonment of his own culture shouldn’t feign concern about its “malaise.”


    June 15, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    • I think that’s aimed at you, JS. … I’ve been reading Fielding’s TOM JONES. Lots of slutty women in there. He thinks they’re silly. This is the proper Anglo-American attitude toward slutty career-girls and disco-dancey homos: they’re silly. These silly people are OURS; management of our silly people is OUR problem. Some alt-righters seem to enjoy the idea of blood-fanged Muslim demonheads slaughtering our homo Sillies and enslaving our career-girl Sillies. These alt-righters deserve a sound thrashing from good-hearted Anglo gentlemanly bastards like Tom Jones.


      June 16, 2016 at 9:43 am

  11. I’ve seen people argue that this was not a terrorist attack at all, rather the shooter was just a typical mass-killer who happened to be Muslim. I’ve seen it said that he pledged allegiance to both ISIS and Hezbollah, which if true would seem to corroborate that he was not seriously ideologically Islamic.

    Peronally, I think it’s smarter to admit to this possibility, with the exception of Trump, who can get obviously mileage out of this being a terrorist attack. But conceding that this was perhaps not an example of terrorism still does not mean that the incident does not have significance for the debate about Muslim and third-world immigration.

    Supposing Mateen was a crazy loner who just happened to be a Muslim. Is it not possible that being part of an outsider group made him more likely to commit such an act? And isn’t it possible that if there were many more Muslim men in America there may well be a great deal more such crazed, loner Muslim men who could band together anod commit actual terrorist attacks? Maybe that’s what places like Iraq are–countries that are full of men like Omar Mateen? Perhaps it’s good that he’s a loner?

    Also, by virtue of being part of a fractious religious group with a global-supremacist bent, such incidents can still have a terrorising effect even if it wasn’t intended. Liberals will often complain that ‘when a white guy does a shooting no-one calls it terrorism’. But there is this crucial difference: when a white guy does a shooting no-one in America (or elsewhere) makes the argument ‘we must all be really careful what we say about white people and their religions, if we provoke them this is what they might do’. Whereas when Muslims do shootings, whether they meant them as terrorist attacks or not, there often are people who will argue that we need to curb our freedom of speech so as not to provoke more attacks–and no-one argues like this more than liberals. So in fact by their behaviour they make people more rather than less likely to turn these incidents into something that feels like terrorism because people can see that fear of hair-trigger Muslim sensibilities is making them harder to criticize.

    People often use words like ‘terrorism’ when in truth they might not be the best or most accurate choice. But the immigration debate often encompasses truths and thoughts that are fuzzy and ill-defined, partly because people are encouraged not to think about it, and partly because we are dealing with such novel and uncharted territory in the Multicultural West that most people have not kept up with the reality of how globalisation and it’s ramifications are changing our societies. When people say ‘I am worried about terrorism’ often what I think they really mean is ‘I’m worried about the long-term effect of immigration on society, but I know there’s no way I can express this without being called racist, bigotted, narrow minded or living in the past.’ People keep it simple and uncontroversial by calling this ‘terrorism’ because everyone disagrees with that.

    prolier than thou

    June 15, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    • I’d have a problem killing because for me, killing is unimaginably bad.

      But in Islamic law, a homosexual is supposed to be killed. It is hard to get our minds around the idea that something we view as totally evil might actually be morally right to another person, but I think that’s the gist of it.


      June 15, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    • Muslim radicals are on the rampage in the Anglo-Prole-Sphere, just in case you didn’t know.


      June 15, 2016 at 8:09 pm

  12. This video more or less reflects the opinions of one of my postdoc coworkers who is a devout Muslim. He is a friendly guy who comes off as much less of a probable terrorist than this fellow, but they are in rough agreement about this substance of this speech. He believes in a separate court system for Muslims and non-Muslims in the West. Muslims (by birth) would be imprisoned or lashed for consumption of drugs, alcohol, or pornography. For Muslims / Christians / atheists alike he supports capital punishment for drug dealing, vehicular manslaughter, and rape. He laughs at the idea that Islam is a “religion of peace”. To devout Muslims, Islam is more than a religion, it is an all encompassing sociopolitical system – Islam is peace, war, love, hate, domestic relations, dispute resolution, commerce, tax policy, monetary policy, everything. Most Americans understood Shariah to mean cutting off the hands of thieves Aladdin-style… that is certainly part of it, but Islamic law is much more than that.

    He views homosexual acts as a universal temptation among men rather than a sexual orientation or identity, and is very frank about the high incidence of homosexual behavior in Muslims countries, particularly Saudi Arabia. Adults caught having gay sex should be lashed, while pederasts should be executed. He is very honest when discussing his Algerian friends living in Germany – they are there to mooch off the social welfare systems of Europe. He views virtually all “asylum seekers” as bullshitters and can’t comprehend why the West accepts them.


    June 15, 2016 at 7:17 pm

    • Well, yeah, That’s why I think it’s ridiculous to frame immigration in only terrorist terms. Let’s say for arguments’ sake that we never had another terrorist attack again and that every Muslim on earth wouldn’t hurt a fly (like Norman Bates, LOL). After 25 years of Muslim immigration, growth rates, and family reunification, we would have a sizeable Muslim minority in the US, and our society would be transformed.

      Look at the UK – they are going to ban sexy ads on the London Underground, ostensibly because they objectify women. Bullshit. The left supplied the ideology. The Muslims supplied the muscle.

      In 25 years, the Muslims will supply both the ideology AND the muscle.


      June 16, 2016 at 9:09 am

  13. I don’t know about the audience in the video, but the speaker is Fahad Qureshi, of Islam Net:

    They are fundamentalist Salafists, not moderate nor representative of all Muslims.

    June 15, 2016 at 10:41 pm

  14. Here’s an interview with the guy. Chrome translated it pretty well.

    June 15, 2016 at 10:47 pm

  15. Worth remembering.

    “The WORSE a designated minority group behaves, the MORE we must blame ourselves for it.”

    Lawrence Auster’s First Law of Majority-Minority Relations in a Liberal Society.


    June 16, 2016 at 1:21 am

    • noblesse oblige gone haywire


      June 16, 2016 at 9:49 am

    • As Auster never tired of pointing out, the worst thing a liberal can do is discriminate. Even when discrimination is fully justified and appropriate. In fact, some liberals will not discriminate even when it’s required to save their own life. That is why they are lambs for the slaughter. These morons in conjunction with the politically correct right have taken Western civilization to the brink.

      Lewis Medlock

      June 16, 2016 at 1:02 pm

  16. Islam is Poisoned Brain Syndrome. It’s NOTHING like the world’s other major religions. The other Big 4 are, by and large, messages of brotherhood, duty to family and fellow man, and lifestyle systems that are compatible with Western liberalism. Islam is a death cult. We should ban the practice of Islam in the US. To argue otherwise is to be a PC pussy.


    June 16, 2016 at 1:43 am

    • BS — Islam is about all those things.

      Antisemitism was in vogue in the West, before Muhammad’s barbarians came storming in its shores.

      Otty’s TruCons were formerly repugnant Jew haters, before they discovered their new found love for Israel.

      The current problems in the West, stems from a sedentary, degenerate, lazy, White majority populace. The Muslims are a sideshow.


      June 16, 2016 at 9:38 am

    • Yes. The US should have nothing to do with the Middle East, and they should all stay in their own countries. The two societies are incompatible. It’s like hanging out with homeless people. There’s nothing wrong with homeless people per se, but only bad things and virtually no good things can happen by associating with them.


      June 16, 2016 at 9:51 am

    • Right, the founder of that faith was a killing machine.

      I wanted to reference this:

      But it has been thoroughly scrubbed. Last time I checked, it listed 100 battles with details on the huge numbers killed and taken prisoner, but all that is gone now.

      Ah, here is the honest version, before SJWs got to work erasing history:


      June 16, 2016 at 11:04 am

  17. Couple of other things.

    1. Mateen stopped his killing long enough to post on Facebook. These postings have been removed. WTF? And no one stopped him? This strongly hints he didn’t act alone. If he did, I am dumbfounded at the lack of resistance.

    2. Let’s all stop bemoaning the liberal attitude towards this. Libs are a lost cause. All the shrieking and moaning about how stupid/f’d up/blind liberals are is pissing in the wind. They are delusional, they are lost. A few of them might wake up. That’s their business. The question is, what do we do?


    June 16, 2016 at 9:12 am

  18. It’s a religion that cannot coexist in harmony with a different culture. This should be enough of a reason to keep them out and deport the ones that are here. Why would any society court unnecessary problems?

    This is laughable nonsense. This is a ‘scholar’?


    June 16, 2016 at 9:14 am

  19. Salafi Islam is a recent reactionary movement against Western Domination and its minions in the Middle East. It’s equivalent to a White “Supremacist” group.


    June 16, 2016 at 9:31 am

  20. Lion, take a video of Pastor Fred Phelps (or the follower who excommunicated him before his death), take a video of Monseigneur Lefebvre or Abbé Georges de Nantes in France and you’ll get the same conclusion : Christianism is extremist and against human rights and democracy. Period. Your argument is flawed but perhaps it fits in your tactic of becoming incoherent whenever it’s islam matter to counter liberal media, wich is also a flawed, and vicious, practice.

    Bruno from Paris

    June 16, 2016 at 10:34 am

    • “Christianism is extremist and against human rights and democracy.”

      How absurd.

      Sagi Is My Guru

      June 16, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    • The three Christians you mention are dead, but yes, there are extremists in all of the major religions. The question though is how prevalent, i.e. how mainstream their extremist views are. Are you suggesting that extremists within Islam are no more listened to, respected, and influential than Fred Phelps?

      June 16, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    • Phelps wasn’t even a real pastor. He was just some old quack with a lot of kids who he claimed as his congregation. I’m not aware of any denomination who’s supported him. In fact, I’ve never personally met anyone who agreed with him. That’s the difference.


      June 16, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    • Indeed. Who can forget that incident when a bunch of Capuchin monks blew up that gay bar in San Francisco back in 2007? About 40 dead. And that cop in Paris deserved it, he did…


      June 16, 2016 at 7:39 pm

  21. I would make a slight exception for Nation of Islam Muslims like Trump-supporting Louis Farrakhan and Muhammad Ali. They are extremists too, for black power but not for a worldwide caliphate.

    And they are absolutely terrified of more USA importation of Muslims, because they know that once Muslims get any power in the USA, their heretical cult is going to be first targeted on the hit list.


    June 16, 2016 at 11:25 am

  22. Since the Prophet was knee-high to a camel, Muslim societies have established a Murder, Inc. enforcement system. Anyone who strays from strict Islamic practice as dictated by Sharia ends up sleeping with the fishes. This is why “moderate” or quasi-Westernized Muslims who aren’t dead practice a code of silence.

    Mark Caplan

    June 16, 2016 at 12:49 pm

  23. “Norwegian Muslims”? These people are not Norwegian, nor will they ever be. Muslims already own dozens of countries. The Norwegians are a fine, civilized people who deserve to have at least one country of their own.


    June 16, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    • A few of young men in the video look like natives, who’ve converted to Islam. So one would ask, why?


      June 16, 2016 at 3:10 pm

  24. Just throwing out a conspiracy theory here, but it is telling that they are speaking English. In fact, when I watch videos on the net of Muslims in Europe, they speak English most of the time. Is it possible that one of the reason the globalists love Muslims is that they are erasing the many national languages of Europe in favor of a single one.


    June 16, 2016 at 2:46 pm

  25. Oh-Oh Agent Provocateur in the UK spagetti-oh.. Guess they coudn’t sit well with a 7%-10% deficit in Brexit polls.

    1. Victim is decent looking, almost too squeaky clean morally “good” white female (killing a muslim/black etc female doesn’t trigger as much).
    2. The murder was not an assassination but a butchering to assault our conscious and link anti-immigration voting with barbarism.
    3. Yorkshire post witness reports 7 unmarked BMWs speeding towards the scene immediately.
    4. As with Sirhan, Oswald and many others, the killer is a lone wolf plutocrat approved bad guy – formerly anti-Israel, communist and now, as a sign of the genetic interest times, white old anglo straight male.

    “On February 10, 2016, Sirhan was denied parole again in another court hearing in a federal courthouse in San Diego. One of Sirhan’s shooting victims from that night, Paul Schrade, now aged 91, testified in support of Sirhan, stating his belief that a second shooter killed Robert Kennedy and that Sirhan was intended to be a distraction from the real gunman by an unknown conspiracy who plotted to kill Kennedy.[36][37][38] Sirhan also repeated his story in claiming to have no memory of the shooting of Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel. In his testimony before the parole board, Sirhan recalled events before the shooting in some detail – going to a shooting range that day, June 4, 1968, visiting the hotel in search of a party and returning to the lobby after realizing he drank too many Tom Collins to drive. He next claimed to have drunk coffee in a backstage area near the hotel pantry with a woman to whom he was attracted, and who may have been involved with the conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy. Dr. Brown has stated that the unknown woman then took Sirhan into the pantry, which Sirhan described in his prison memory sessions as a dark room at the hotel, and that while in the pantry the woman gave Sirhan a post-hypnotic cue to fire a gun in the direction of Robert Kennedy minutes later. Sirhan was immediately subdued by several men in the pantry as Kennedy fell to the pantry floor fatally wounded. Sirhan has claimed that after having coffee with the woman, the next thing his conscious memory can remember is his being choked and unable to breathe moments after the Kennedy shooting, stating: “It’s all vague now. I’m sure you all have it in your records. I can’t deny it or confirm it. I just wish this whole thing had never taken place.” Sirhan’s next parole hearing will be in 2021.”

    Sirhan. Wrong place. Wrong time. Poor guy literally didn’t know what hit him.

    The Philosopher

    June 16, 2016 at 2:55 pm

  26. Steve, that’s completly true. Islam is not per se more extremist than Christian faith (rather the opposite i guess) but in present times, Muslim people are incredebly more likely to be fanaticly against democracy and human rights than most people from other religions.

    There are very few “Fred Phelps” but plenty of “Abou Moussad Al Souri” like- minded people : IQ excepted, because those two were so extremely intelligent …. I loved the videos when you see Fred Phelps with Louis Terroux, so adamant but so superior, and i’ve read several papers from Al Souri published by Al Qaeda Magazine in english “Inspire”, and he is/was brilliant.

    Bruno from Paris

    June 16, 2016 at 3:35 pm

  27. 1. OK, Muslims are what they are. And we are talking to ourselves. What next? Let’s stop saying, “this will change things,” because it ain’t gonna change a thing. There will be another terrorist attack, and another, and another, and they will all be horrible, and not one prog/SJW will have his/her crappy little mind changed because these people are incorrigible. So, what next?


    It gets better. Mateen stopped to post “progress” of his slaughter to multiple FB accounts. I am continuing not to get it. if the only thing he stopped to do was reload, I can understand why everyone played dead – really, I’m no Rambo – but that he stopped to update his Facebook accounts and no one fought back? Am I the only one who thinks this is totals weird?


    June 16, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    • It’s not totally weird. Unless a person is trained to respond to such an attack they’re most likely going to flee, hide or play dead. Even someone with a handgun may not have confronted the shooter because of fear or inexperience. On the other hand, there are plenty of people with self-defense training who may have been able to take him out pretty early on even if they were unarmed.

      Lewis Medlock

      June 16, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    • The real question is WHERE WERE THE POLICE?

      NWA was right.

      Greasy William

      June 16, 2016 at 10:13 pm

      • What’s NWA?
        Yeah, the police behavior in this is also weird. He posts to FB and they do what?
        It IS weird. I am not suggesting some conspiracy theory false flag BS, I am suggesting that most of the patrons were drug-addled, out for sex (or what passes for it in a gay bar that is, impersonal erotic contact), and psychologically unable to defend themselves under any circumstances. Even the natural urge to flee seems to have been suppressed.


        June 17, 2016 at 6:45 am

  28. A bit OT:

    Can you imagine what a Trump Presidency will look like in the media? Let’s say our man is elected and he struggles to enact some amount of deportations.

    Literally every illegal (and their family) will have microphones in their faces documenting their plight. This kind of coverage will be NON-STOP.

    Not unlike the media sickeningly posting every single number of casualties from the Iraq War (not that that war was a good thing).


    June 16, 2016 at 11:35 pm

  29. So it’s even worse than we thought. CAIR and the Moslem Brotherhood are ensconced in the WH power structure. Their revised “rules of engagement” tie the hands of our law enforcement – hands off the Muslims, or else. Listen to every intelligence head, most recently the head of the CIA. The President’s spin is slipping, his perfidy is becoming clear. There are experts and retired FBI personnel telling us of the revolt within the FBI thats coming to a head.

    It’s now becoming pretty clear that this atrocity could have been presented. It’s crystal clear that the jihadist was allowed to slip away because it was politically incorrect and against direct orders to “harass” innocent peace-loving Muslims. After all, everyone knows Islam is a religion of peace, right?

    What would you say if you knew Winston Churchill had a few good Nazis in his war cabinet advising him on how to run the war? Any wonder Obama finally got riled up when Trump called him on this early this week? He knows the mask is slipping.

    So is this merely a case of different perspectives. Is Obama simply demonstrating the adage that “the worst thing a liberal can do is discriminate.” Or is this something more treasonous? But what reason could Obama have to sympathize with people like CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood. He was never brought up in an Islamic country, or had any early contact with Islam, right? Besides, he’s a Christian, right? And he loves America, right?



    June 17, 2016 at 1:55 am

  30. Mateen was either a lazy or somewhat dumb student.

    Miami Herald, 06/16/16 – Omar Mateen mystery: Why was Orlando shooter fired by prison?

    …A spokesman for Indian River State College said Mateen entered the college’s corrections academy in 2006 after earning an associate’s degree in criminal justice technology…A copy of his transcript indicates that Mateen…graduated with a 2.6 grade point average.

    …Public records released by the department also revealed that Mateen had been arrested in 2005 on battery charges.

    …Steven J. Brown, an officer with the Port St. Lucie Police Department, appeared to be his primary employment reference…Brown, in a recommendation letter written to the prison agency, said he knew Mateen for three years, having had contact with him at a nearby gym where Mateen worked. Brown wrote in his letter:

    “I would sleep soundly at night knowing that a person like Omar is protecting us [from] the element which resides behind your concrete and steal [sic] walls.’’ He called Mateen’s character “beyond reproach…’’

    Haha! In a formal letter of reference, the cop wrote “steal” for “steel”! Probably went to Indian River State College! (Formerly Indian River Community College until two years ago.)

    E. Rekshun

    June 17, 2016 at 5:04 am

  31. Found something that counters the “skinny lesbian bouncer” factoid someone referred to here:

    He was a combat engineer. He could identify the sound of gunfire.

    “Yousuf told CBS that he knew there was a door behind the panicked crowd, but people were too overwhelmed to unlatch it.”

    Hysteria kills.


    June 17, 2016 at 8:45 am

  32. Yo, I dig that phat jam in the background.


    June 17, 2016 at 9:13 am

  33. What about Kevin Swanson, the Christian pastor:

    He says the bible clearly states that homosexuality is a sin and the punishment should be death. Note that Kevin Swanson has not called for immediate executions. He says that gays should first be given the chance to repent and seek forgiveness.

    He described the Paris attacks as God’s message. He supports the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, which makes homosexuality punishable by life in prison or death.

    Is Kevin Swanson a Christian extremest? Is Kevin Swanson a Christian terrorist?

    By the way a number of leading Republicans have attended events organized by Kevin Swanson including Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee and Bobby Jindal. I believe Ted Cruz or someone from his campaign later said it was a mistake to attend the Kevin Swanson event, but I cannot find the news story right now.


    June 17, 2016 at 11:19 am

    • Republican pols should have nothing to do with an idiot like that. That’s why the party is a laughing stock.

      There is a middle ground. Sort of along the lines of, “hate the sin love the sinner.” Christianity has been saying this for 2K years.


      June 17, 2016 at 3:26 pm

  34. The Guardian (UK), quoting results from a Gallup Poll:

    “The most dramatic contrast was found in attitudes towards homosexuality. None of the 500 British Muslims interviewed believed that homosexual acts were morally acceptable.”

    Pew Research poll: Homosexuality is morally acceptable.

    Percent that agree:

    Egypt 1%
    Indonesia 3%
    Jordan 2%
    Pakistan 1%
    Palestinian territory 1%
    Saudi Arabia ? (not polled)
    Tunisia 0%
    Turkey 4%

    Mark Caplan

    June 17, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    • If the same survey were done in the United States in the 1950s, what would the results have been?

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      June 17, 2016 at 1:18 pm

      • Homosexuality is bad for homosexuals and for children. And Milo is right, gay culture flourishes best (on its own terms) when it is taboo and largely underground/non-mainstream but not a capital offense.

        Andrew E.

        June 17, 2016 at 1:25 pm

      • In the 1950s homosexuals were thoroughly closeted and they didn’t shout “We’re here, we’re queer get used to it.” Outside of public service announcements warning the public about pederasts, the issue was not on society’s radar screen.

        Lewis Medlock

        June 17, 2016 at 2:01 pm

      • I don’t think Lion’s implied suggestion that Muslims are only 70 years behind the West is right. Muslims and Westerners are moving in opposite directions. The gap is widening.

        Mark Caplan

        June 17, 2016 at 3:17 pm

      • Tom

        June 17, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      • Probably the same as Turkey.

        If the same survey were done in the US now, and you gave everyone a secret truth serum, what would the results be?


        June 17, 2016 at 3:27 pm

      • Muslims might be archaic with their take on women and homosexuality. But they are slowly narrowing the gap with other things like science and education.

        The Middle East (if you also include Turkey and Iran) has a lot more talent than most of East Asia, with the exception of Japan.


        June 17, 2016 at 5:54 pm

  35. “Muslims might be archaic with their take on women and homosexuality. But they are slowly narrowing the gap with other things like science and education.

    The Middle East (if you also include Turkey and Iran) has a lot more talent than most of East Asia, with the exception of Japan.”

    ROFL. When you say slowly, do you mean centuries?


    June 17, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    • More like decades. Turkey embraces Western technology to the fullest, but want to regress to a stricter form of Islam, in order to circumvent the hedonistic degeneracy, that one finds with the Secular West.


      June 18, 2016 at 10:49 am

  36. I just noticed that the white (or white looking) guy in the front row never raised his hand. I wonder how well that went over.


    June 18, 2016 at 6:30 am

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