Sunday, June 21, 2009

Am I making a difference?

I have been meaning to write a follow up to my post “The Dark Side of Dubai: Part 1” for a long time now. I just haven’t been able to manage enough time and gather enough words to be able to write a post though. Tonight as I am unable to sleep, I am unusually aware of how not enough is being done in the world to right the wrongs committed by Mohammed. Don’t get me wrong, I am not downplaying what the counter-jihad writers have done in the blogosphere however still I believe not enough is being done.

As I was reading through Pedestrian Infidel and IBLOGA just before I started writing this post, I was even more aware that our voices are not being heard as much as they should be. There is great progress that we have made over the years, we have a dedicated audience that reads our articles and follows every bit of what’s said and there are people from among that audience who have decided to join our effort but what makes me sad is that when I browse through a newspaper or listen to news, I hear the same crap (like “Islam is a religion of peace and has been hijacked by extremists”) that I used to hear 5 years ago.

I know I am asking for too much when I hope that mainstream media is going to maybe once get it straight but I have always, for some reason, held on to this hope that one day we won’t just be shouting from one dark corner of this world but our voices will be heard all over the world—the hope that one day our words will give encouragement to Charles Martels of today and tomorrow. I just hope we see that day soon—I want to get to the light at the end of the tunnel.

I can’t get over the fact and the feeling that I could have done so much more in the years gone by. I know I am not even doing enough now. I have wasted so many opportunities, I have wanted to run away from all this so much that I lost touch with the reality that there are people that are in conditions worse than mine. I lost touch with the fact that there was a time I was fighting for people that didn’t have a voice, people that gave up their lives and their silent whispers moved me from within, they gave me courage to keep on fighting and writing. I have been worried about my freedom so much that I forgot that I might be one of those few voices that could actually bring about freedom for so many more.

The people that we fight against through our blogs and our articles have not lost their passion for what they want to achieve in over 1400 years, I just pray and hope that we can retain our passion…not just retain but increase it manifolds until our job is done. I have no doubt that the task we have at hand is a hard one but I also believe with all my heart that it is not an impossible task.

I will try to write Part 2 to the Dubai post as soon as possible, for now I just want to end with some of the most profound words I have ever read:

“All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing” Edmund Burke.

God bless all of you who do at least something against evil!

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Who’d Want to Be Ruled by Boring Old Farts in Iran?

Isn’t it high time that Obama spoke up for freedom? Isn’t it high time he stood by the side of the young people of Iran who are so obviously crying out for help to overthrow the tyranny they have to live with, and live under?

Obama said that he didn’t want to ‘meddle’ in the internal affairs of Iran. When did the idea of ‘meddling’ ever stop Obama before? He has meddled in the US car industry, he has meddled in banking affairs, he is meddling in the health-care industry, and he is going to meddle in European affairs, by insisting that the EU accept Turkey as a member state, even though most Europeans want nothing to do with the accession of that predominantly and backward nation to the Union. Yet, when it comes to ‘meddling’ in the affairs of Iran, Obama wants nothing to do with it. Funny that! Strange that!

Iran suppresses its people. Iran’s system is totally corrupt. Iran is brutal with the Iranians. Iran is totally un-democratic. Iran is also enriching uranium under our noses in order to get the atomic bomb; yet Obama feels that it would be wrong to ‘meddle’ in its internal affairs.

For God’s sake, Obama, this is a gift on a plate for you! The young of Iran have done all the work. It is high time, therefore, that the situatiuon be exploited. The vast majority of the educated people of Iran do not want the theocracy they have to live under. This has become self-evident in the last few days. Instead, these demonstrators want their human rights and freedom. They want freedom from tyranny, freedom to live their lives as they choose. Yet the best thing that you, Obama, can come up with is that you don’t want to ‘meddle’.

What a weak, lame excuse! It’s time for you to grow a backbone. It’s time for you, Obama, to get tough. It is not in the best interests of the world for this corrupt system to survive. After all, who the hell would want to be ruled by boring, old, bloodthirsty farts like the mullahs of Iran? And who wants to allow them to stay in power long enough to get the atomic bomb?
– ©Mark

All Rights Reserved

PS: Do you want to know what a “boring old fart” looks like? If so, click here >>>

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Free Democratic Elections à l`Ahmadinejad and his Mullahs

These pictures show how democratic any Islamic country will ever get:

I am in touch with people, friends in Iran. In spite of censorship, filtering of foreign media, shutting down sms- facebook- etc. services, threats and attacks... about 1 million people were gathering for demonstrations and will keep doing so. Many of the governmental ordered filters got broken and people manage getting in touch and are able to get news from foreign media.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

What happens when a fly falls into a coffee cup?

I am not sure if this has been posted before, if so, then I hope you won`t mind enjoying it once again.

We need to be able to laugh at times, in this case its a good laugh at a "joke" that in fact is no joke at all but a fact.
This leads to what just happened in Iran again, one can`t help it, but has to laugh at the comedy that takes place under Ahmadinejads direction... even though its not funny at all. The saddest part about it is... that he will probably get away with it. This is scary and shows in what world we live in, where fraud is being accepted, just cause our governments are cowardice. Courage is a foreign language word for politicians in the West, they prefer to shut their eyes and ears to a notorious liar, hater, denier and mass murderer and they keep sitting back in their armrchairs and to discuss national financial problems, increasing taxes, anti racist-laws, political "correctness" etc...whatever makes them happy. (whereas at the same time their bank accounts will grow and grow... and one wonders where all this money might come from....and where does Ahmadinejads money go to?... certainly not only to Hezbollah and Hamas)

The Italian - throws the cup, breaks it, and walks away in a fit of rage.

The German - carefully washes the cup, sterilizes it and makes a new cup of coffee.

The Frenchman - takes out the fly, and drinks the coffee.

The Chinese - eats the fly and throws away the coffee.

The Russian - Drinks the coffee with the fly, since it was extra with no charge.

The Israeli - sells the coffee to the Frenchman, sells the fly to the Chinese, sells the cup to the Italian, drinks a cup of tea, and uses the extra money to invent a device that prevents flies from falling into coffee.

The Palestinian - blames the Israeli for the fly falling into his coffee, protests the act of aggression to the UN, takes a loan from the European Union to buy a new cup of coffee, uses the money to purchase explosives and then blows up the coffee house where the Italian, the Frenchman, the Chinese, the German and the Russian are all trying to explain to the Israeli that he should give away his cup of tea to the Palestinian.

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

A look at the one free society in the Middle East

For the rabid anti Semites out there, here's something to challenge your twisted view of the world...a look inside the beautiful, tolerant and sophisticated society that Muslims countries like Iran, Sudan and Malaysia so desperately wanted to be destroyed.