Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Traitors Among Us

The German-American Bund was a NAZI front organization active in the US during the 1930s.

It was outlawed following our entry into the war in 1941.

CAIR, the Councial on American Islamic Relations is the German-American Bund of our generation. They're unabashed apologists for the Jihadists and agile exploiters of our freedoms.

Fortunately, they're not that agile.

According to this article titled "We have right to know truth about CAIR", by Mychal Massie at WorldNetDaily, their spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper, can't take the heat very well.

Conventional wisdom would dictate if you, your group-organization and/or religion as a whole were viewed with contempt by some, skepticism by many and distrust by nearly all, it would be prudent to try to diffuse ill-will.

But said logic is not part of a reasoned thought process when it comes to the Council on American-Islamic Relations – at least, it doesn't appear to be part of Ibrahim Hooper's, their director of communication.

Appearing on my talk show "Straight Talk with Mychal Massie," Mr. Hooper displayed the character of a petulant child as he feigned indignation so as to cut short the interview that would have forced him to articulate the truth of his position.

In less than five minutes of air time, the person responsible for putting forth a favorable presentation of CAIR hung up, leaving the audience with nothing to warrant a change in opinion of him, his organization or his religion.

You can read the rest at WorldNetDaily.

Kisses From the Left

There have been a few interesting comments regarding my now famous Fourteen Points.

Some of the messages have been supportive. Others have been honest, thought-out expressions of concern that I go too far.

And a few fall into this category:

Anonymous said...

Dude, Get a spam filter or something.And how ironic that the site hosting the petition advertises

muslim clothing and dating services.

Oh and F**K your petition you fascist b*****d!!!

First, it is ironic that Google's ad engine would detect the term "islam" in my post and send Islamic dating services my way. Good eye Mr. Anonymous, if that's your real name. In fact, I see these ads as a kind of public service. If some lonely Jihadist can get hooked up via my site, then maybe he can redirect some of that sexual frustration into something more productive than blowing himself up in a crowded train. Anyway, have you seen some of these guys? If they can get a date any other way except via e-mail, then I'm the Grand Caliph.

However, I gotta say, I really appreciated the cleverness of Mr. Anonymous' last comment. That must be the first time I've heard anyone on the left use the "fascist" label to attack those of us who are smarter, faster and more perceptive than they are.

The left likes to use that word, but I don't think they really understand what it means.

Here's the Dictionary.com definition:

fas·cism n.

often Fascism

1. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.

2. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.

My Fourteen Points are a recipe for conducting a war where we know the enemy is among us and hiding within the Islamic subculture in North America.

The Fourteen Points say nothing about "centralized authority". Our constitutional process would continue, but we'd have to reach back to the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII for justification, Bill Clinton's apology notwithstanding.

Where among my points is there any mention of "stringent socioeconomic controls"? Nowhere. I'm a friend of the free-market.

What about "suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship"? Wrong again. I might think they're treasonous, but Durbin, Moore and Kerry can keep on talking. So can Cindy Sheehan.

Finally, where's the "belligerent nationalism and racism"? There isn't any. Islam is not a race. And if someone out there thinks my disdain for the Arabs is racist, I'll have you know my DNA is probably closer to that of the residents of Gaza than it is to those of Crawford, Texas.

Finally, I'm certainly a nationalist, but a non-belligerent one. We're only fighting this war because they Jihadists attacked us.

So, lefty dimwits, read the dictionary.