Sunday, December 30, 2007

US Kosovo Envoy Insists that Serbia Accept Kosovo Independence

As I have repeatedly pointed out, the US is engaged in a conspiracy to force Serbia to let Kosovo become a Muslim country, a Muslim state. Kosovo has been Christian centuries before Islam invaded; just because the Muslim illegal invasion of the past 50 years had made Kosovo overwhelmingly Muslim does not mean that it must be lost. Who wants a Muslim country next door to them? Do you?

State Dept. snake and envoy to Kosovo Frank Wisner just doesn't care. He doesn't care if the US pushes for the loss of Serbia sovereignty. He doesn't care if Kosovo becomes a launching pad for jihad against Serbia, the Balkans, Hungary, Romania, Cyprus, Greece, Italy or any other 'state' of the new (if no citizen referendums are allowed!) constitutional EU. Dearborn is the first US city that will be predominantly Muslim over the next few decades. Shouldn't they have the right to declare themselves an independent state? Isn't it the same logic? Why can't a US state declare their independence with State Dept. approval? Isn't that what the reconquista is all about? This State Dept. is evil. Very ignorant, powerful and evil.

From LibertyPost

Wisner: Kosovo independence to bring clarity to region

Published: Dec 30, 2007

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Kosovo envoy Frank Wisner believes the time is right to implement Martti Ahtisaari's blueprint.

The plan, rejected by Belgrade and blocked by Moscow at the UN last spring, in Wisner's words, is about a perspective of the province's independence.

"We can't go on like this forever. During the past two years, first with President Ahtisaari and then with the Troika negotiations, we tried to find a solution based on compromise. But it transpired this was impossible," the U.S. diplomat told Belgrade daily Večernje Novosti in Washington.

"The sides remained firmly in their positions. In my opinion, there is absolutely no reason to believe that further talks would lead to a change in behavior."

"There is no way for Kosovo to be ready to return under Serbia's sovereignty. And so we arrived at the most logical conclusion that brings stability to Kosovo, and creates badly needed clarity in the whole region, and that is independence," the U.S. member of The Contact Group Troika explained his country's position.

Asked about the value of a solution that many European countries and Russia disagree with, Wisner said he believed "a good number of European countries" understood the importance of his words, and added that "we must wait for the Europeans to announce their stance."

The diplomat added that "no one will be able to force anyone else to recognize independence," as well as that the Kosovo solution Washington had in mind will not be acceptable to all.

As for the future of U.S.-Serbian relations, now in their 125th year, Wisner said these ties "had a long tradition" and reminded that the United States was home to a large Serb community.

"Serbia and the United States stood shoulder to shoulder in two world wars. Serbia is developing into a modern, democratic European nations. It is out intention to, despite our differences over Kosovo, return to further building those relations," he told the daily.

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Happy Holidays from Iran's lifestyle police

Hey Islamofascists of the Nazi State of Iran and elsewhere...would the women's attire in this photo be acceptable for your 7th century dress code?

Iran: Women banned from wearing boots

Tehran, 12 Dec. (AKI) - Women have been banned from wearing boots and hats on the streets of Tehran.

Police chief, General Ahmad Radan, announced the ban on Wednesday saying that boots could only be worn if they were covered by pants.

"If boots are not covered by pants that fall to the ankles, they show the female shape and that is therefore in contradiction with Islamic dress code," said Radan.

Iranian women can no longer leave home with their pants pushed inside their boots and they can no longer wear hats without a veil.

"A hat is not an adequate substitute for a veil or a hijab," he said. " If someone really wants to wear a hat, they can put it on the veil."

Feminist Rezvan Moghdaddam told Adnkronos International (AKI) that police should be concerned about drug traffickers than street fashion.

"Instead of being busy with women's hats and boots, the police would be better catching the merchants of death that kill our young people with drugs," she said from Tehran.

"Our cities are infested by delinquents and security forces are only worried about how women dress, all this is really ridiculous."

Generale Radan said decision to apply the Islamic code had come from a committee composed of the Revolutionary Guard, the judiciary, police and officials from the intelligence ministry and the ministry of culture and Islamic orientation.

Friday, December 28, 2007

Benezir Bhutto 1953-2007

It has been said that the first and foremost victims of Islam are Muslims themselves. No more pertinent a reminder of this tragic truth can be seen in the most recent assassination to strike the Muslim world.

The death of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan, in a hail of AK-47 fire following one of her political rallies, is a senseless tragedy. The attack that claimed Bhutto's life (and at least 20 others) is sadly, only another bloody episode in the infamous Great Muslim Jihad. Al Qaeda has already claimed responsibility.

My thoughts and prayers are with Bhutto's family in this horrible hour. I can barely imagine their horror and grief. I can only hope that this act only harms the cause of the Jihadists who are (nearly) certainly the ones that plotted her murder.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas 2007

On behalf of the entire PI crew, I would like to wish everyone out there a very merry Christmas.

PI posts are usually about the madness and pain that Islam and its various minions have set loose upon our small planet. For one day, I am going to suggest we all try something different. For one day, let us try not to linger on the lunacy of Islam. Let us all, on this holy and blessed Christmas day, find some measure of peace, for ourselves and for those we care about. Give thanks to God or Whomever that we may believe in... give thanks that at least for this year and during this holiday season, we have our health, our wits, our friends, and especially, our families.

To fight the great fight, we should not forget the precious things that we are all fighting for.

God bless us all this Christmas season and in the tumultuous times that are sure to come.

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Thursday, December 20, 2007

JihadJerk Haneef Gets to Come Back to Australia

What is it with the West? Have we lost all sense of sovereignty and right to choose our guests on any grounds or suspicions? Now Haneef is the brother of that jihad clown that drove the jeep into the airport but didn't rack up any infidels. Oh and he'll get back to Oz when he finishes the Hajj. Presumably the Saudis rewarded him, maybe he'll get an award at some fancy 'jihad by cleverness' banquet After all, there are many ways to fight the jihad, confusing the infidel, taking advantage of his liberal sickness - judge not any action, anything. Drain the infidel's treasure. These liberal judges will see to that. Hey it works great in Eurabia!

What a joke on Oz.

Haneef wins Australia visa appeal

An Indian doctor briefly charged over failed bomb attacks in the UK in June has won a court battle to return to Australia on a work visa.
The Federal Court of Australia dismissed an appeal by government lawyers against a judge's decision to restore Mohamed Haneef's visa.

Ex-Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews revoked the former Gold Coast Hospital registrar's visa on character grounds.

Dr Haneef was accused of links with failed attacks in London and Glasgow.

The decision by the former immigration minister to cancel the Indian doctor's visa was quashed by a federal court judge in August.

Second government defeat

Government lawyers then appealed the decision to the full bench of the court but lost the case on Friday morning.

2 July: Arrested in Brisbane
14 July: Charged with providing "reckless support" to terrorism
16 July: Granted bail, but kept in custody after work visa revoked
27 July: Charges dropped
29 July: Returns to India
21 Aug: Court overturns government visa decision

The BBC's Phil Mercer in Sydney says it is still not clear if Dr Haneef will be able to reclaim his work permit as the government still has the option of appealing to the High Court of Australia.

Dr Haneef was arrested on 2 July at Brisbane International Airport and held for several days before being charged with giving "reckless support" to terrorism.

But the case against the 27-year-old father-of-one collapsed and he flew out of Australia back to India on 29 July. He has consistently denied any wrongdoing.

The Australian government cancelled Dr Haneef's work visa after a magistrate granted him bail, then refused to reinstate it when charges against him were dropped.

He is currently visiting Saudi Arabia for the annual Muslim Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

Dr Haneef is the cousin of Sabeel Ahmed, one of three people charged in the UK over the failed attacks.

Mr Ahmed's brother, Kafeel, was the driver of a jeep which crashed into Glasgow Airport in flames on 30 June. He died from his injuries in August.

The Thoughts of One Angry American Lady

"Are we fighting a war on terror or aren't we? Was it or was it not started by Islamic people who brought it to our shores on September 11, 2001?

Were people from all over the world, mostly Americans, not brutally murdered that day, in downtown Manhattan, across the Potomac from our nation's capitol and in a field in Pennsylvania?

Did nearly three thousand men, women and children die a horrible, burning or crushing death that day, or didn't they?

And I'm supposed to care that a copy of the Koran was "desecrated" when an overworked American soldier kicked it or got it wet?...Well, I don't. I don't care at all.

I'll start caring when Osama bin Laden turns himself in and repents for incinerating all those innocent people on 9/11.

I'll care about the Koran when the fanatics in the Middle East start caring about the Holy Bible, the mere possession of which is a crime in Saudi Arabia.

I'll care when these thugs tell the world they are sorry for hacking off Nick Berg's head while Berg screamed through his gurgling slashed throat.

I'll care when the cowardly so-called "insurgents" in Iraq come out and fight like men instead of disrespecting their own religion by hiding in mosques.

I'll care when the mindless zealots who blow themselves up in search of nirvana care about the innocent children within range of their suicide bombs.

I'll care when the American media stops pretending that their First Amendment liberties are somehow derived from international law instead of the United States Constitution's Bill of Rights.

In the meantime, when I hear a story about a brave marine roughing up an Iraqi terrorist to obtain information, know this: I don't care.

When I see a fuzzy photo of a pile of naked Iraqi prisoners who have been humiliated in what amounts to a college-hazing incident, rest assured: I don't care.

When I see a wounded terrorist get shot in the head when he is told not to move because he might be booby-trapped, you can take it to the bank: I don't care.

When I hear that a prisoner, who was issued a Koran and a prayer mat, and fed "special" food that is paid for by my tax dollars, is complaining that his holy book is being "mishandled," you can absolutely believe in your heart of hearts: I don't care.

And oh, by the way, I've noticed that sometimes it's spelled "Koran" and other times "Quran." Well, Jimmy Crack Corn and-you guessed it-I don't care !!

If you agree with this viewpoint, pass this on to all your E-mail friends. Sooner or later, it'll get to the people responsible for this ridiculous behavior!

If you don't agree, then by all means hit the delete button. Should you choose the latter, then please don't complain when more atrocities committed by radical Muslims happen here in our great Country! And may I add:

"Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But, the Marines don't have that problem" -- Ronald Reagan

I have another quote that I would like to add AND.......I hope you forward all this.

"If we ever forget that we're One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under." Also by.. Ronald Reagan

One last thought for the day:

In case we find ourselves starting to believe all the Anti-American sentiment and negativity, we should remember England 's Prime Minister Tony Blair's words during a recent interview. When asked by one of his Parliament members why he believes so much in America, he said: "A simple way to take measure of a country is to look at how many want in.. And how many want out."

Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you:
1. Jesus Christ
2. The American G. I.

One died for your soul, the other for your freedom."
Mark Alexander (Paperback)

Mark Alexander (Hardback)

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Cowed into silence by the 'Religion of Peace and Tolerance'

Members of the 'religion of peace' (actual name the Cult of Intimidation, Sadism, Lies, Aggression & Murder) are terrifying members of the counterjihad into silence. In recent days, that campaign of intimidation has hit PI hard.

In the past week, I've been asked to delete part of a former PI member's testimony, delete a comment, and a long-time link in our sidebar. I personally find it galling to be asked to do such things, but I did them anyway. For the privacy and safety of the blogger in question, I shall not disclose the name of the blog that was deleted.

I hate few things more than being asked to censor our own material. Censoring our material gives our enemies a bloodless win, and brings "The Dawning of a New Dark Age" a small step closer.

Monday, December 17, 2007

When medieval justice blunders into modernity

The 'girl of Qatif', the Saudi victim of gang rape sentenced to 200 lashes and 6 months in jail, has been pardoned by the Saudi king. Oh how magnanimous His Majesty must be, pardoning the victim of a brutal violent sexual assault at the hands of sex-starved and crazed Muslim males.

Don't wait for anyone from the Muslim world to mention the fact that this poor girl should have never had the need to be 'pardoned' in the first place. After all, she is innocent of committing any crime.

Naturally, the Muslim co-opted media and their leftist friends are spinning this sordid episode as an example of how 'balanced, just, and fair' the Saudi barbarism passing itself as the 'justice system' supposedly is. In actuality, of course, it is not even remotely balanced; nor is it just or fair. Nothing based on Shariah can ever be.

It is Shariah itself that is the genuine crime, an actual scourge to anyone who is ruled by its cruel embrace. Shariah is a crime against humanity that cannot ever be pardoned.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

The Pope makes an impact on Hillary Clinton

H/T Lee...thanks for the email

The Pope and Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) are on the same stage in front of a huge crowd.

'Her Majesty' and His Holiness, however, have seen it all before, so to make it a little more interesting, the senator says to the Pope, "Did you know that with just one little wave of my hand I can make every Democrat in the crowd go wild?"

He doubts it, so she shows him. Sure enough, the wave elicits rapture and cheering from every democrat at in the crowd. Gradually, the cheering subsides.

The Pope, not wanting to be out done by such a level of arrogance, considers what he could do.

"That was impressive," he says. "But did you know that with just one little wave of MY hand...

I can make EVERY person in the crowd go crazy with joy? This joy will not be a momentary display like that of your subjects, but will go deep into their hearts, and they will forever speak of this day and rejoice."

The senator seriously doubts this, and says so. "One little wave of your hand and all people will rejoice forever? Show me."

So the Pope hauled-off & slapped her!

Saturday, December 15, 2007

State Dept. Drafting Declaration of Independence for Muslims of Kosovo

In the Guardian today, they discussed all the mechanics the EU and the US are putting in motion to declare Kosovo independence. It sickens me. This is insane. But then there was this -

Balkan experts at the US state department are drafting Kosovo's declaration of independence, to be proclaimed by the ethnic Albanian leaders of Kosovo in early February after Serbia elects a new president, the sources said.

I find it appalling that our State Dept. is actively engaging in sedition from Serbia of their land, their sovereignty, to create an Islamic state in Europe. I believe our founding fathers would be disgusted with the monster the State Dept. has become under Clueless Condi. I refuse to allow these idiots to commit civilizational suicide on behalf of the West without a fight.

Krazy Kazi Keeps Kommenting

I hope my esteemed opponent keeps commenting here as he has been this week. This is just too much fun.

Here are some of Kazi's latest remarks thrown at yours truly:

... A-jihad, ur mistaken...n confused. what a silly name for a blog: infidel. U might as well call it zionist, coz if am not mistaken, ur jew. A Jew is 'supposed' to be a nicer person, more intelligent which your not yet you are Jew.

Kazi is certainly aping here the followers of a certain German political party that Kazi's name has a strong resemblance to, by accusing me of being a 'Jew'. What is his evidence that I am a Jew? Must be the Magen David flag on proud display here at PI, or perchance my pro Israel articles and viewpoints. Of course that proves absolutely nothing about my own faith or potential lack thereof, but most PI readers should know by now that logic aint exactly Kazi's strong suit.

And what, pray tell is wrong with being Jewish, Mr. Kazi? In and of itself, absolutely nothing at all, of course.

As for me? Well, maybe I am Hindu, or perhaps Buddhist, Bahá'í , or a follower of Jesus or Zoroaster. I might even be a secular humanist, a deist, a Wiccan, or I might have no religion whatsoever. It's certainly none of my esteemed opponent's business what religion I have or don't have. As Wafi Sultan memorably said to another Islamist like Kazi on an Al Jazeera broadcast last year, "Brother, you can worship stones, so long as you don't throw them at me."

What's entirely relevant to the task at hand is that I am not and will never be a Muslim; I reject in entirety their so-called prophet's teachings as well as the Muslim memeplex.

Ur afraid to post your real name or location...that is not Jew! That is strangely the act of a person in fear of his/her own shadows, am I not right?

According to Kazi's own website, the name 'Kazi Mahmood' is a pseudonym and not a real name. And yet he accuses me of using a pseudonym, which is not only obvious from my chosen blogging moniker, but something I have always freely admitted to. Kazi's nonpareil hypocrisy is on full display yet again.

As for my location, I am usually found in the places indicated in the PI sidebar next to my blogging name--South Korea or Malaysia. But for "Kazi", that's probably not good enough. I think he'd rather have my exact street address so I can get the same treatment at the hands of his co- religionists as other critics of Islam have received.

Finally, before I go do my best work, I did not attack you with slander. You seem to be confused in understanding slander and mud-slinging...I mistreated Bush (He deserves no better) and since you are not his admirer (I stand corrected) then, you should clearly join the Muslim reverts then only you will get the light of the truth in your heart to guide you in doing a much better job than being anti-Muslim and anti-Islam. Coz this does not benefit you an iota my friend! It does not at all!

Right, of course...calling me a 'psycho' and 'jackass' as you did previously were compliments, I suppose?

Mr. 'Kazi', or whatever your real name is, if you understand one thing and one thing that I write here, let it be this: I am not now nor will I ever be your friend. Besides, your own Koran specifically forbids you having infidel friends like me, save for purposes of possible conversion or deceit. So, your 'religion' allows you to PRETEND being my friend so long as it advances the cause of your death cult. But I am wise to your tricks and deceptions; I am opposing and will continue to oppose the fascism called 'Islam' with every fibre of my being.

It has been said that Muslims are the first and foremost victims of Islam, and my esteemed opponent is exhibit 'a' in this regard. This Kazi fellow has all the signs of longterm mental and emotional abuse, not to mention brainwashing.

I almost (but not quite) feel sorry for him.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Kazi Mahmood takes on the Anti Jihadist

Earlier this week I posted my review of Muslim 'scholar' Kazi Mahmood's latest anti-American diatribe called 'USA Above The Law'.

Well, the author of the aforementioned tome has apparently stopped smacking his head into the floor at his neighborhood mosque long enough to stop by PI, and leave some 'fawning' remarks.

Let's have a look, shall we?

Hi infidel,

What a name you gave yourself. In the mean time, thank you very much for your valued comments. I really appreciate them so much that I will put the story you wrote on my own harm done! This will surely teach you that Kazi is a journalist and fears no truth but Allah. (Ed- emphasis added)

Kazi sets a new world speed record for how fast one can make a factual error in a comment--he thinks my name is 'Infidel'. For your information, Mr Mahmood, there is no one at this site who writes under the name 'infidel.' My blogging name, for your information, is and has always been 'the Anti Jihadist'. If that's too long for your addled thinking processes, Kazi, 'AJ' is also acceptable.

In case anyone wasn't sure what site this is, like Mr. Kazi, 'Pedestrian Infidel' is the name of this website ( I thought the big banner at the top of the page made that quite clear), NOT of any of the individuals who blog here (the top of the sidebar explains who our team members are very clearly). But let's be fair. These distinctions are probably too fine for our esteemed visiting Muslim 'thinker' to understand.

And another thing...the self-admitted member of the Religion of Fear likes to refer to himself in the third person in his own writing, more than once. Aint that a kick in the head?

Otherwise, what you say about Kazi is not necessarily true as it feels and weights that of an ignorant who do not really know what to say about Kazi but to show hatred and a real psycho attitude to 'character assassinate' a writer.

You should take time and be patient while reading my stories rather than being a jack ass and criticizing without thinking.

Having dispensed with his faux courtesies of his first paragraph, Kazi immediately gets to work mudslinging, name-calling and using pejoratives like they're going out of style. This is nothing more than the hallmarks of a writer whose rhetorical cupboard is as barren and lifeless as the desert where Islam first sprang itself upon an unsuspecting world.

Besides, the U.S.A. is a real danger under G.W. Bush the monkey. Yes he believes he is from monkeys...naturally speaking! You can't blame Muslims for reacting to the perverse anti-Islamic agenda set by the Neocons and the Bush administration. You cannot be that ignorant to be 100% on the side of the U.S.A. without even thinking of the bad this country is doing to the world!

Reading this sort of, ahem, 'thinking' is like watching a building burning down in your neighborhood. Horrifying and somehow morbidly fascinating at the same time.

Come on, be realistic. Rather than doing a Kazi bashing, you would be better off appreciating the efforts that I am making as writer to tell the Americans that they are wrong and they should change. Change course now before it’s too late and causes too much damage to humanity. This is what the book "The U.S.A. above the Law" is about.

Name-calling and also beseeching us to 'be realistic' at the same time. What chutzpah, Mr Kazi.

Bear in mind, dear readers, at no time in my book review did I stoop to Kazi's level and make personal attacks. Instead, I opposed Kazi's arguments with carefully marshaled information designed to show the fallacies of his pathetic 'the US is the root of all evil' thesis. Kazi can counter nothing that I've written about earlier and, in essence, has tacitly admitted the veracity of my facts by totally ignoring them. All he can do in his defense is whine and complain of 'Kazi' bashing.

You would do yourself a favor to promote the book and buy a copy for yourself for what is inside this book will make you change your mind in your blind, irrevocable and stiff support for a jack ass low IQ slow talker man called George Bush Jr.

No thanks, Mr Kazi...I have much better places to spend my money than to waste it on logic-free drivel like yours.

Yet again Kazi makes another typical Muslim error, namely by claiming that, in effect, "Anyone who is pro USA is automatically pro Bush." Wrong again, sir. If there is any pro Bush sentiment on Pedestrian Infidel, I have yet to find it...and I'm one of the site admins. PI has taken Dubya to task any number of times for his stances on illegal immigration, his ill advised 'light unto the Muslim' projects in Iraq and elsewhere, and his stunning ignorance of Islamic ideology in general. And we don't just pick on Shrub junior, either, when it comes to Western leaders.

But what else can we expect from Muslim writers like Kazi? Don't expect these people to do anything even remotely resembling fact checking. Rather, he's much more interested in hurtling accusations and conducting his scholarly jihad.

So, who is worse? The jihadists who actually trigger their suicide bombs? Or the men like Kazi, who excuse, minimize, and glorify such wanton murder and mayhem in the name of his Allah?

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Legal Jihad

The Muslim jihad against the west and their other enemies is not just with bombs or babies.

It's also about taking full advantage of Western laws and courts and using those to silence anyone who questions Islam or is against Sharia.

Much hay was made in the blogosphere of the 'Flying Imams' case. But this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

'The USA Above The Law" and other lies

By the Anti Jihadist

Muslim author and jihadist apologist/enabler 'Kazi Mahmood' has a new book out, "USA Above The Law", to advance his Islamist agenda. It should be in the bookshops of KL any minute now. I strongly suspect the UMNO censors will have no 'issues' with having this particular tome on Malaysian bookshelves. Why should they? After all, Kazi's and UMNO's agenda are one and the same -- for them, the US is "public enemy number one".

Kazi's list of villians in his new book should be familiar to anyone who's read any of his columns at Malaysia Today for more than a few moments. Kazi's bad guys are straight out of the 'progressive' revolutionary left/Islamist (both are increasingly one and the same) playbook -- Zionists, 'neocons', and other 'extremists'.

So, what sort of villiany is not on Kazi's radar? Here are some tragic examples of actual extremism:

  • Malaysian 'religious rehab' prisons for anyone who begs for permission to leave Islam
  • Muslim jihadists in southern Thailand who butcher Buddhists and Muslims alike
  • Taliban/Al Qaeda suicide bombers in Pakistan and Afghanistan
  • Sunni and Shia extremists in Iraq who blow up mosques and massacre women and children
  • Muslim governments who punish rape victims and torture, imprison, and/or execute gays and 'apostates'
  • Muslim public displays of mass rage and calls for murder in response to teddy bears in Sudan or cartoons in Denmark
  • Muslim intimidation and threats against anyone who criticises Islam, such as PM Abdullah Badawi's recent announcement that any Malaysian who critiques Islam will be charged with 'sedition'

And that's just a brief list.

Ah yes, but Kazi's book is about how evil the United States is, right? Well, here's what the nefarious US has been up to as of late, in particular their foreign policy (all amounts below are in US dollars):

  • Giving free high quality medical care to 61,000 destitute Indonesians in 2006 alone, at a cost of $17 million
  • Disaster relief to Muslims in Sumatra (2004-5), Bangladesh (1991, 2007), Somalia (1992-3), and Pakistan (2005) totalling hundreds of millions of dollars
  • Saving Muslims from ethnic cleansing and/or genocide in Kosovo, Bosnia, and Kurdistan
  • $1 billion in aid for Darfur (a Muslim-populated region) since 2003
  • $225 million for the 'Palestinian Authority' since 2003
  • President Bush's tripling of direct humanitarian and development aid to Africa -- the world's most impoverished continent -- since 2001, and he's recently vowed to double that increased amount by 2010 -- to nearly $9 billion

I'm fairly certain there's no need for anyone to waste RM30 to find out that Kazi's latest shrill masterpiece doesn't delve into any of these rather inconvenient facts.

What "USA Above the Law" is really about is the mass Muslim delusion that Islam is not responsible for all the religiously-based violence and misery it inflicts upon itself and the world. As Kazi and company so desperately want you to believe, the basic line is that Islam is under attack -- mainly by the US (of course), but also by others. Any violence Muslims do commit is supposedly 'defensive' in nature. Kazi's writings either ignore or dismiss as exaggerated all the Islamic terrorism, intolerance, and violence out there, much of it occuring right here in Malaysia. Where it does exist, it's simply the result of "...Muslims responding to oppression" or some such nonsense.

This irrational belief in victimization by the infidels (non Muslims), as peddled by Mr. Kazi and too many others, is a major factor in continued and widespread Muslim support of Islamic terrorism. That support only falters among Muslims who have themselves been victims of that violence. And even that tends to be temporary.

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Unilever Director Wants To Get Rid of Geert Wilders

Is it not enough to have the Muslims want to kill you, but now corporations concerned about Muslim blowback from the Oracle Wilders want to get rid of him. What does Unilever think of their Director Doekle Terpstra saying “Geert Wilders is evil, and evil has to be stopped.” Got that? A director of this major international corporation is urging the 'new dutch' people to 'stop' evil Geert Wilder. Well let me tell you Mr. Terpstra, you are evil. It's bad enough to be on your guard for a murderous Muslim attack. It's really bad when your major institutions have been infiltrated by Muslim taqiyyamasters and their uberdhimmi apologists from the left, but now, corporations are attacking critics of Islam. Yeah there is a war out there and the enemies are unfortunately everywhere. No more Unilever Brands for me - no Dove Soap, Ben & Jerry's, Wishbone salad dressing or Lipton ice tea for me!

From The Brussels Journal:

Dutch Unilever Director Wants Wilders Stopped
From the desk of Thomas Landen on Sat, 2007-12-08 18:30
“Geert Wilders is evil, and evil has to be stopped.” These are the words of Doekle Terpstra, a member of the board of directors of Unilever Nederland. Last week Mr Terpstra founded an Anti-Wilders Movement. He told De Telegraaf newspaper (2 December): “It is important that the indigenous Dutch, too, rise in order to stop Wilders.” Unilever is an Anglo-Dutch multinational which manufactures and sells nutrition, hygiene and personal care products on five continents.

Geert Wilders is the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV). He is an outspoken opponent of Islam and is living in hiding following death threats by Jihadists. Mr Wilders was one of the victors of the November 2006 general elections when his new party won 9 out of 150 seats in the Dutch Parliament. Recent polls indicate that the popularity of Geert Wilders’ PVV is increasing.

Mr Wilders has been accused of “Islamophobia” after calling the Koran a “fascist” book. He wants the Koran to be outlawed in the Netherlands because it “incites to hatred and killing and therefore has no place in our legal order.”

Last week Mr Wilders announced that he is launching a movie about Islam next month. Doekle Terpstra responded, saying the politician was abusing freedom of speech. Mr Terpstra launched an appeal to his countrymen to stop the PVV leader from preaching his “evil message.” To De Telegraaf, the largest paper in the Netherlands, he said that “Geert Wilders is evil, and evil has to be stopped.” Following Mr Terpstra’s appeal the death threats against Mr Wilders have intensified dramatically. In Gouda anti-Wilders activists painted swastikas and the slogan “Wilders must die” on the walls of a school.

Meanwhile pro-Wilders groups have begun a boycott of Unilever products because Mr Terpstra, though a former leftist trade unionist, is today a member of the board of directors of Unilever Nederland.

The Anglo-Dutch multinational Unilever is known from international brands (mostly food, beverage, home and personal care products) such as Axe, Ben and Jerry’s, Bertolli, Best Foods, Brooke Bond, Colman’s, Cif, Dove, Findus, Glidat Strauss, Heartbrand, Hellmann’s, Imperial Margarine, Knorr, Lipton, Pepsodent, PG Tips, Sunsilk, Unox, Vaseline and countless others. Wilders’ supporters have vowed not to buy any Unilever products as long as the company keeps Doekle Terpstra on board.

Last month one of Holland’s most prestigious institutes, the University of Leiden, appointed the Islamist ideologue Tariq Ramadan to the post of professor of Islamology. Mr Ramadan is at least as controversial as Mr Wilders. One wonders why Mr Terpstra, contrary to Mr Wilders, did not oppose Mr Ramadan’s appointment. Mr Terpstra did not make any effort to say “Tariq Ramadan is evil, and has to be stopped.” Why has no-one heard him call upon his countrymen “to rise in order to stop Ramadan”? Does the Unilever director think that Mr Wilders’ anti-Islamism threatens Dutch society, but Mr Ramadan’s pro-Islamism does not?

The perfect counterjihad book for Christmas

I ordered my copy today. I'm quite happy to know that I should be getting my infidel hands on Robert Spencer's latest tome by Christmas.
Spencer, as usual, comes out with another timely and powerfully written work that blows away the fog of PC that has clouded the West's vision and weakened our resolve. In case you can't see the full title in the photo, it's this:
"Religion of Peace? Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn't"
What are you waiting for...go buy your copy today!

Computer storage, circa 1956

And now for something completely different...

This is what 4MB of computer storage looked like in 1956. This monster from IBM called the called the IBM 350 disk storage unit weighed over a ton and cost $3200 a month in 1956 era dollars.

Makes you appreciate your $80 4GB thumb-sized USB drives, doesn't it?
All hail the wonders of infidel technology!

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Three men and a genie

Three men - a Canadian farmer, Osama bin Laden and a Texan are all walking together one day.

They come across a lantern and a Genie pops out of it.

'I will give each of you one wish, which is three wishes in total', says the Genie.

The Canadian says, 'I am a farmer and my son will also farm. I want the land to be forever fertile in Canada.'

POOF! With the blink of the Genie's eye, the land in Canada was forever fertile for farming.

Osama was amazed, so he said, 'I want a wall around Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Pakistan, and Iran so that no infidels, Americans or Canadians can come in our our precious land.'

POOF! Again, with the blink of the Genie's eye, there was a huge wall around those countries.

The Texan says, 'I am very curious. Please tell me more about this wall.'

The Genie explains, 'Well, it's about 5,000 feet high, 5oo feet thick and completely surrounds those countries. Nothing can get in or out; it's virtually impenetrable.'

The Texan sits down, cracks a beer, smiles, and says, 'Fill it with water.'

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Islam in France: In Memory of Ilan Halimi

Mark Alexander (Hardback)
Mark Alexander (Paperback)

A History of Hanukkah

December 4th of this year marks the beginning of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Hanukkah, a Hebrew term meaning "dedication", commemorates another time in Jewish history when the Jews resisted outside powers who were attempting to crush the Jewish people. About 2100 years ago, King Antiochus IV of Syria, a Greek leader, prohibited Jewish customs and required Jews to worship Greek gods. The Jews revolted and eventually defeated the Greek Army over a three year period despite being outnumbered. The Jews won their freedom under the leadership of the Maccabees, a Jewish national liberation movement.

Following their victory, the Maccabees and their allies visited the Holy Temple, only to find it severely damaged. Eventually, they cleaned and restored the temple, and, upon completion, decided that it should be rededicated and celebrated.
As part of the celebration, they relit the Menorah (candelabra) that was damaged and repaired after the fighting. Unable to find a supply of oil, their only source came in a small flask. It was determined that there was enough oil to keep the candle lit for just one day. Miraculously, the oil lasted for eight days instead of just one.
To honor the eight-day miracle, Jews to this day celebrate Hanukkah by lighting a candle in a Menorah for each of the eight nights.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Laughing at Sudan with Pat Condell

Brit Pat Condell has some sharp words for the dhimmis of the West and the barbarians of Sudan. Have a look!

Monday, December 03, 2007

How to Debate a Muslim

Muslim Rage Boy

From the archives of Dhimmi Watch, it's Ibn Warraq's timeless classic, How to Debate a Muslim.

It's vital reading for anyone who loves to put members of the Death Cult into fits of apoplexy. I highly recommend this carefully written and devastating indictment of the 'Religion of Peace'.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Malaysia to step up cooperation with Axis of Evil

From one of Malaysia's mouthpieces of the ruling party, the Star:

Iran and Malaysia to work on seven areas in varsity research

TEHERAN: Seven areas of collaboration have been identified for research purposes between Iranian and Malaysian universities.

They are information technology, biotechnology, natural hazards, petro-chemistry, medicine, academic ethics and culture, and plasma physics and laser technology.

A joint working group will be set up soon to facilitate this collaboration.

The decision to form this group was made by representatives of the Higher Education Ministry and the Iranian Science, Research and Technology Ministry during a meeting on Thursday.

This follows the earlier meeting between Higher Education Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed and Iranian Science, Research and Technology Minister Prof Dr Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi the day before.

According to Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) deputy vice-chancellor (research and international affairs) Prof Datuk Dr Ibrahim Komo, the group committee will be headed by alternate chairmen – one from the Iranian ministry, and the other from the Higher Education Ministry.

Prof Ibrahim, who headed the Malaysian team during the discussion, added that the committee members would consist of the deputy vice-chancellors (research and innovation) from the four Malaysian research universities – UKM, Universiti Malaya, Universiti Putra Malaysia and Universiti Sains Malaysia – and four Iranian representatives.

“The committee will act more as a policy-setting body and promoter,” he said.

“Each of the areas of collaboration will have a task force headed by two leaders – one from Malaysia and one from Iran.”

He added that the group should be formed and ready to begin its activities by February when Prof Mohammad visits Malaysia.

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Avenging Apostate Update

Recently we've received word from PI's former team member in the UAE, who goes under the moniker 'Avenging Apostate'. 'AA' reports that he is, at least for the moment, safe.

However, he has deleted his stillborn blog which was at and never had more than the one post. Don't bother clicking on the link--you'll get a 404. So that's why I've deleted it from PI's blogroll. Anybody else who blogrolled him should do the same.

AA promises that he will return to blogging someday, eventually, but under a different name than the one he used before.

AA is going through tough times, and is isolated and alone in a hostile environment. If anyone would like to send AA a message, please leave your comments here or email us and we'll be happy to pass the message along to his email.