A whiff of common sense here. People are beginning to wake up from their slumbers. Surely, the tide must be beginning to turn. It must turn if the West is to be won.
This viewpoint from The Telegraph is refreshing indeed; yet it doesn’t go far enough. Radical Islamism is a symptom of a fanatic belief in Islam. In many ways, it is the true belief of a Muslim, one who, in their eyes, submits to the will of Allah, but who in anyone else’s eyes can only be thought of submitting to the ideology of a death cult: Islam.
If we are to win this war being waged against the West, otherwise known as the Jihad – an intermittent war which has been waged against the “infidel West” since Islam’s inception – then we have to come to the realization that Islam is not a religion per se, but a religio-political system which recognizes NO SEPARATION OF POLITICS AND RELIGION. The separation of politics and religion is the sine qua non of democracy. No democracy can exist without it. Islam is the true enemy of democracy and freedom. No true democracy will ever exist where Islam is the dominant ideology. This is so not only because Islam recognizes no separation of mosque and state, but also because Islam recognizes no diversity. None whatsoever! Islam recognizes one religion – Islam, and one way of life – the Islamic way of life. In an age of multiculturalism and diversity, it is incredible that we should tolerate such an intolerant ideology in our midst, for truly, if Islam gets the upper hand here in the West – and it is looking increasingly likely in the long- or medium-term, then there will be no diversity. There will be only Islam. Apostates will be killed, as will homosexuals. It will then be a case of convert, die, or pay the jizyah, the special tax levied on the infidel in return for some measure of protection. Remember this: Multiculturalism and diversity are anathema to Islam!
Westerners have faffed around, played around with our language for far, far too long. We have come up with all kinds of weird and wonderful expressions, euphemisms all, and all thought-up and devised so as not to appear Islamophobic, so as not to point the finger at a religion and thereby appear religiously bigotted, and to keep the peace at any price. The euphemisms are well-known to all by now: Islamism, radical Islamism (as though there could ever be a non-radical Islamism!), radical Jihadism (again, as though there could ever be a benign, non-radical Jihadism), and so on and so forth. There are but three words that we need in our vocabulary: Islam, Muslim, and the Jihad. An Islamist is a devout follower of the faith of Islam. A believer that dots the ‘i’s’ and crosses the ‘t’s’. Contrary to popular Western myth, he is not one who has perverted his faith; rather, he is the real thing. Just as much the real thing as Coke is to cola.
The Muslims considered by the West as being peaceful and law-abiding are actually people who do not follow central aspects of their faith such as the Jihad, the killing of apostates, honour killings, and other repugnant tenets of that faith.
That The Telegraph has now had the courage to liken ‘Islamism’ to Nazism is to be lauded. It should be noted, however, that this fact has been pointed out on this website since the website was started. Naturally, it was also pointed out in my book. Having taken this bold step forward, The Telegraph now needs to take the next step and call a spade a spade.– © Mark
THE TELEGRAPH: Telegraph View: Jihadist Islamism is comparable to Nazism in many respects. The British public realises this; so do the intelligence services.
Friday's attempt to blow up a transatlantic airliner by a British-educated Islamist was foiled by the bravery of its passengers and crew. We cannot assume that we will be lucky next time. And the indications are that there will be a next time. According to police sources, 25 British-born Muslims are currently in Yemen being trained in the art of bombing planes. But most of these terrorists did not acquire their crazed beliefs in the Islamic world: they were indoctrinated in Britain. Indeed, thousands of young British Muslims support the use of violence to further the Islamist cause – and this despite millions of pounds poured by the Government into projects designed to prevent Islamic extremism.
Is it time for a fundamental rethink of Britain's attitude towards domestic Islamism? Consider this analogy. Suppose that, in several London universities, Right‑wing student societies were allowed to invite neo-Nazi speakers to address teenagers. Meanwhile, churches in poor white neighbourhoods handed over their pulpits to Jew-hating admirers of Adolf Hitler, called for the execution of homosexuals, preached the intellectual inferiority of women, and blessed the murder of civilians. What would the Government do? It would bring the full might of the criminal law against activists indoctrinating young Britons with an inhuman Nazi ideology – and the authorities that let them. Any public servants complicit in this evil would be hounded from their jobs. >>> | Tuesday, December 29, 2009
THE TELEGRAPH: Obama tries to find new words to fight terrorism: Barack Obama has launched a new offensive against jihadi terrorism – which is to say, a new rhetorical offensive. Having discovered that the earlier Obama doctrine of “reaching out” to the Islamic fundamentalist enemies of western democracy has made no difference whatever to their determination to blow innocent people out of the sky (or, in the case of Iran, to build a nuclear bomb), he is opening another verbal front. >>> Janet Daley | Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
A whiff of common sense here. People are beginning to wake up from their slumbers. Surely, the tide must be beginning to turn. It must turn if the West is to be won.
Monday, December 28, 2009
Happy holidays from the Enemies of Islam here at PI! Let's see what the members of the 'Religion of Peace' have been up to this holiday season so far.
A Muslim hailing from a rich banking family in Nigeria (not to be confused with the rich Nigerians who always email you and offer to split $15 million) suddenly becomes 'radicalized'--in other words, he internalized the teachings of the Quran. And on December 25th, the same perp tries to blow up an Airbus with 300 people on board. The only reason the devout Muslim failed in his quest for martyrdom is because of a faulty detonator, and because the security system of last resort on board the aircraft--i.e. the passengers--reacted with their usual aplomb and speed. After all, if you're a passenger and it's your own ass on the line, you'd react pretty fast, too.
Meanwhile, in that little corner of hell on earth otherwise known as the 'Islamic Republic of Iran', the police have started firing live ammunition on the ever-growing crowds who are protesting that despicable regime's existence. The body count is rising--no one can really say how many have died so far, and of course, the Mullahs will deny that they have killed anyone, no matter how high the pile of bodies gets.
The Iranian resistance, who go toe to toe daily empty-handed against gun-wielding thugs, is pleading for help from the outside. Don't worry, my Iranian friends-- Obama is on the case! He has already issued a strongly-worded statement 'deploring' the increasing violence while he keeps playing golf on vacation in Hawaii. That'll learn 'em!
Muslims outside of Iran, of course, can't be bothered with all the violence inside Iran. Not their problem! Who cares about a bunch of heretical Shiites, anyway? It's only news if Jews, Crusaders and Zionists kill Muslims (or can be reasonably or unreasonably accused of doing so).
And the brainless buffoon of a bureaucrat in charge of 'Homeland Security' in the USA is drum-beating a senselessly upbeat message about how the 'system worked' and no flights got blown up on Christmas. Excuse me? How did someone on a terror 'watch list' board an international flight with high explosives? Airport security, where were you and what were you doing? And what the hell does 'watch list' mean anyway? It means we watch the bad guys (who are generally Muslims) get on planes unmolested, lest we somehow needlessly trample on their human rights, yes?
Thanks to Muslims, we haven't been able to carry water bottles into airports for years. And we cannot meet our friends or relatives at the gate anymore, thanks to the 'martyrs' of 9-11. Now, thanks to another devout slave of Allah, we'll all be forced to do without pillows and blankets during long flights, be confined to our seats for part of the flight like we're little kids in kindergarten, and have to abide by whatever other stupid security rules the useless bureaucrats can dream up. You gotta love the government. They can't catch Muslims on terror watch lists, but they can punish the innocent afterward.
With another ten years of Jihad against the airlines, at this rate, we'll end up having to fly naked by the end of the next decade--that is, if we're able to fly at all.
Saturday, December 26, 2009
Friday, December 25, 2009
First of all, Merry Christmas to everyone!
I was in Moscow day before yesterday (yup, the once enemy territory). The city is so beautiful with its grand architecture (specifically the Red Square) and its Ladas, the car that runs no matter what the weather conditions. On top of all that, all the snow around made the beauty of the city even more impressive.
On the other hand, the people of Moscow are some of the rudest people I have come across. But then, that might have something to do with them being under Communism for such a long time. Where all their lives were dedicated (or supposed to be) to the State and nothing else. All they lived and died for was the State and over a period of less than 3 years, that was gone. All of a sudden these people find themselves in the world of Capitalism (or some form of it) and they have to start all over again.
People in Moscow, as some might assume, weren't really poor at all. I actually saw more Maybachs in one night in Moscow than I have seen in Dubai since I have been here. The streets were filled with expensive cars that I won't (and can't) even dream of buying. People in Moscow are rich and they make sure to spend money wherever they go (they have many monday-thursday 24 hour "night clubs"). They are not happy though. Any store you go, the people behind the counter look at you like the enemy has entered. You speak in English and you are their worst customer. They don't care whether you buy something or not. Well, actually not only if you're a foreigner but they don't even care if their own people buy something or not. They probably still have the old mentality...that people will come and buy no matter how they're treated because the supplies are scarce. Although that is not the case anymore as the stores have regular supplies but the mentality of the people will take time to change!
Another thing, I can actually count on my finger-tips how many people I saw in Moscow actually smiling. Its not like they are ugly people or anything, I think they're very beautiful people but they don't know how to smile. They look depressed. It makes you sad to look at them. A frown and rudeness is a common thing in Moscow it seems...its a way of life.
I also noticed, with the old technology around, that Russians are very intelligent. But because, again, they had been State-focused for such a long time that now that they're somewhat free to think for themselves and on their own, they have no idea what's going on. If you notice their behavior around things that are post 1992 for example, you might think they have never been out of their caves (which of course is not the case). What I think is, that their genius has been constrained, and as a result drained for the time being, by the State that never let them think about anything but the betterment of the "fatherland".
My walk down Moscow's streets left me thinking...if Russia had, from the beginning, concepts of liberty, justice and pursuit of happiness embedded in its constitution--they wouldn't have any problem being as great as the United States is today. And vice versa. If these concepts are taken away from the United States, and the government control is expanded over all facets of American life (the process seems to be underway), it won't be long before I write something similar about the American people...that Americans are very intelligent people but their genius has been drained by the State and I find them to be the most unhappy and rude people on earth.
On a positive note though: While people in Moscow still reminisce about the past and sometimes wish the State control would come back, Americans still are very much in control of their own destiny and the government control is still very limited. We'll see what happens in the coming years though.
(I will put up pictures of Moscow soon).
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
This video was inspired by the real life goof-ups of the One. No one else is making fun of him so I thought I'd do the honors. Hope you guys enjoy:
Sunday, December 20, 2009
This is something that Americans should be reminded of over and over. This is something that happened in history that people seldom know about anymore.
Watch and learn:
Watch the rest of the videos by this vlogger on "Islamic Crusades" here.
This battle may have saved Europe from becoming Muslim. This battle may have saved our civilization. This is another battle we have forgotten about.
Not wanting to flood the page with all the video postings, I will just provide a link to my website (still under construction) where you can watch all the parts of this video.
To watch follow this link: Unpopular Opinion
Friday, December 18, 2009
Recently, a follower of ‘allah’s last prophet’ (lower case intentional) emerged from one of the cracks in cyberspace to defend that peculiar ‘religion’ of his, Islam. I wanted to rebut this Muslim’s arguments at length. So have a look at the following—the Muslim’s remarks are in italics (including his spelling and grammatical mistakes), with my rebuttals immediately thereafter.
Making an empirical, negative factual observation (i.e. Islam is not a religion) is somehow ‘hateful’ and ‘defamatory’. Of course, when Muslims themselves or their own ‘holy’ texts lambaste Christians and Jews, or other belief systems, cursing them as evil and wicked, on their own TV channels and inside their mosques every Friday…well, those actions are never ‘defamatory’. It’s only defamatory when you criticize Islam, never other belief systems. Got that, everyone?
By this logic, Hitler never killed anyone either.
BBC: Amr Khaled's unique brand of Muslim preaching has made him one of the most popular preachers in the world.
Such is his appeal, he was recently named the 13th most influential person in the world by Time Magazine.
In Cairo, his DVDs stand on the top shelves reserved for best sellers in the Virgin record store, next to Bruce Willis and Charlie Chaplin.
His controversial style, comparable to the almost rock star approach of some of America's Christian evangelists, has drawn criticism from the religious establishment and he has moved away from his native Egypt.
Ironically, thanks to the proliferation of satellite channels, he is now able to reach far greater numbers than he could have ever done had his message remained within the confines of a mosque or a lecture hall.
Now, following on from his hugely successful TV shows - which are watched by millions across the world - Mr Khaled plans to launch his own version of the reality television show The Apprentice.
"The aim of it is not to make money, but to make the youth ready to support the society," he told the BBC. >>> Magdi Abdelhadi, Arab Affairs Analyst, BBC World Service | Thursday, December 17, 2009
Amr Khaled’s English homepage >>>
Listen to Magdi Abdelhadi’s full documentary, Muslim Televangelists >>>
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Pedestrian Infidel would like to wish our Jewish readers and friends a "Chag Chanukah sameach" or very happy Chanukah. It's important to point out that Muslims would prefer that this holiday, like all other non Muslim holy days, be obliterated in the name of their "perfect and final religion" (which is of course, none of the above).
As Robert Spencer has said, "...strike a blow for Western civilization! Wish someone a Happy Chanukah!" We couldn't agree with him more.
Friday, December 11, 2009
Inspired by videos about Guantanamo Bay (GITMO), US Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, US flag and Americans all over the world who have sacrificed their comfort, their homes, their money, their freedoms and above all, their lives to make this world a better place.
Sunday, December 06, 2009
We have finally been blocked by the UAE internet controlling authorities. Well, as I mentioned yesterday, my last post was our 1500th post. I guess we are considered a "threat" now. Oh well, can't go wrong there.
So it turns out, I can't really stay away from blogging. Even though I am not spending any time researching new stuff, I am making videos about things I have observed in the past. Here is another video that deals with some conspiracy theories. Let me know what you think. (Oh by the way, this is our 1500th post!!)
Who Controls The World?
The following was forwarded to me by email. I cannot vouch for the veracity of this letter, but it's worth restating here regardless. It speaks real truth to power, truths that most Malaysians either are only dimly aware of or dare not talk about.
I am a female Chinese Malaysian, living in the Washington DC area in the United States . I have read many of the letters that often talk about foreign countries when the writers have no real knowledge of actually living in those countries.
Many draw conclusions about what those countries are like after hearing it from someone else or by reading and hearing about them in the media or after four years in a college town in those countries.
I finished STPM (a standardized Malaysian test taken by all 18 year old Malaysian students- ed) with outstanding results from the prestigious St George's Girls School in Penang . Did I get a university place from the Malaysian government? Nothing. With near perfect scores, I had nothing, while my Malay friends were getting offers to go overseas.
Even those with 2As got into university. I was so depressed. I was my parent's last hope for getting the family out of poverty and at 18, I thought I had failed my parents.
Today, I understand it was the Malaysian Government that had failed me and my family because of its discriminatory policies.
Fortunately, I did not give up and immediately did research at the Malaysian American Commission on Education Exchange (MACEE) to find a university in the US that would accept me and provide all the finances. My family and friends thought I was crazy, being the youngest of nine children of a very poor carpenter. Anything that required a fee was out of our reach.
Based on merit and my extracurricular activities of community service in secondary school, I received full tuition scholarship, work study, and grants to cover the four years at a highly competitive US university.
Often, I took 21 credits each semester, 15 credits each term while working 20 hours each week and maintaining a 3.5 CGPA. A couple of semesters, I also received division scholarships and worked as a TA (teaching assistant) on top of everything else.
For the work study, I worked as a custodian (yes, cleaning toilets), carpet layer, computer lab assistant, grounds keeping, librarian, painter, tour guide, etc. If you understand the US credit system, you will understand this is a heavy load.
Why did I do it? This is because I learnt as a young child from my parents that hard work is an opportunity, to give my best in everything, and to take pride in the work I do. I walked away with a double major and a minor with honours but most of all a great lesson in humility and a great respect for those who are forced to labour in so-called `blue collar' positions.
Those of you who think you know all about Australia , US, or the West, think again. Unless you have really lived in these countries, i.e. paid a mortgage, paid taxes, taken part in elections, you do not understand the level of commitment and hard work it takes to be successful in these countries, not just for immigrants but for people who have lived here for generations.
These people are where they are today because of hard work. (Of course, I am not saying everyone in the US is hardworking.. There is always the lazy lot which lives off of someone else's hard work. Fortunately, they are the minority..)
Every single person, anywhere, should have the opportunity to succeed if they want to put in the effort and be accountable for their own actions. In the end, they should be able to reap what they sow.
It is bearable that opportunities are limited depending on how well-off financially one's family is but when higher education opportunities are race-based, like it is in Malaysia ; it is downright cruel for those who see education as the only way out of poverty.
If you want to say discrimination is here in the US , yes, of course it is.Can you name a country where it doesn't happen? But let me tell you one thing - if you go looking for it, you will find it. But in Malaysia , you don't have to go look for it because it seeks you out, slaps you in your face every which way you turn, and is sanctioned by law!
Here in the US , my children have the same opportunity to go to school and learn just like their black, white, and immigrant friends. At school, they eat the same food, play the same games, are taught the same classes and when they are 18, they will still have the same opportunities. would I want to bring my children back to Malaysia ? So they can suffer the state-sanctioned discrimination as the non-malays have for over 50 years?
The injustice the non-Malay have to suffer in frightening silence is the most damaging problem one has to face throughout one's life. You just have to look at the mighty govt structures which completely favours only one race, the Umno Malay. The Chinese and Indians are treated no better than the illegal Indonesians. Racism and corruption are openly practised by the Malay politicians everywhere, Courts, schools/Uni, police, govt offices, contracts, GLC, NEP, ISA, local govt.
It's so powerful and intimidating that you walk with fear and keep your mouth shut on anything and everything political. Religion is taboo unless you talk good about Islam. As for being a slave in the foreign country, I am a happy 'slave' earning a good income as an IT project manager.
I work five days a week; can talk bad about the president when I want to; argue about politics, race and religion openly; gather with more than 50 friends and family when I want (no permit needed) and I don't worry about the police pulling me over because they say I ran the light when I didn't.
Have we seen the light at the end of the tunnel yet (Anwar Ibrahim)? Or is it the head light of an oncoming Umno train ? Lets hope its the former for the sake of all fair minded Malaysians.
The dream of a Malaysian 'race' in the future is nowhere in sight with the present BN govt. Where is Negara-Ku???
Saturday, December 05, 2009
This is a video I made during my "break from blogging". It is just a video inspired by the silly state of the world. I was just having fun with it and thought I'd share it with you guys also.
A Terrorizing Muslim Who Is Not A "Muslim Terrorist":
Tuesday, December 01, 2009
As I write this, its my 4th (or 5th) consecutive night with partial insomnia. My work load is on the increase and there is so much going on in the world that I feel incapable of giving my brain some rest.
Climategate, Dubai financial crisis, Swiss minarets, Copenhagen, Iranian nukes, etc etc etc. There is a lot on my mind and I really think I need sort of a "vacation".
On top of catching up on sleep and getting some peace of mind, I would also like to spend some quality time with my fiance.
So keeping all of this in mind, I have decided to not blog for a week or 2. Those of you who are constantly blogging about how crazy the world has become, I think, can relate to what I am going through right now.
I am scared of my insomnia and "constant thinking" getting out of control so I would request people here to pray for my health and those that don't believe in God, well, just wish me luck.
See ya guys in a couple of weeks. Happy blogging.
With the referendum to ban minarets passing with 57% of the population in favor of it, the whole of the West has gone crazy.
"What are Muslims going to think?", "How can we do this to Muslims? Muslims are not going to be happy about this." "We are Europeans and this is against European values." Blah blah blah.
What about the responsibility of Muslims as citizens of Switzerland? Why is everyone so bent on making Muslims happy? How about Muslims compromise for a change?
These Muslims say they are citizens of Switzerland and so should be given equal rights (which they are). Now, because they are citizens of Switzerland, technically, they are Europeans and as Europeans they should respect the decision of the majority of the people in that country.
This is the time for Muslims in Switzerland to prove that they are Swiss and have European values, that they have assimilated. Muslims have a chance here to prove it loud and clear that they are moderate Muslims who have come to Europe to become Europeans and not to make Europe Muslim. Muslims need to shut up and accept this democratic decision. Muslims have to prove that their loyalty is to Europe and European idea of democracy, rather than to the long dead and awaited Islamic caliphate and Shariah law.
My eyes are on Muslims. Let's see how they react to this. They can prove me wrong this time by just shutting up and accepting this decision respectfully. I think they are going to make a fuss about it. I think they will complain. I think they will whine but if they don't then I will accept that there are moderate Muslims that we can count on while we fight Islamic terrorism. Right now, I think there isn't a single Muslim that I would be able to trust.
I hope they change my opinion. I am not very confident about it though.