Quote of the Day

The ritualistic “Why do they hate us” browbeating favored by the chattering classes is nonsense. Al Qaeda hated us because we were not Muslims. But it was only using us as the hated “other” to consolidate a collective Muslim identity. We are to Islamists what the Jews were to Hitler; a useful scapegoat whose otherness can be used to manufacture a contrasting pure Aryan or Islamic identity.

Read the whole thing.

If you don’t understand this, you don’t understand the Long War at all. You’re just pissing into the wind with your fingers in your ears, singing “la la la la la, I can’t hear you.”

You’re useless, so get out of the way.


We’re not going to use that word again with you, so count yourselves lucky that you had the choice once.

Lead, follow, or get the fuck out of the way.

It’s almost as if a moratorium on immigration from countries that hate us might be a good idea? Nah. That would be RAYCISSSSSSSSSS!

Let’s just commit suicide while praising our tolerance, why don’t we?



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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    These fools on the left don’t understand that they will be the first ones with the knife to their throats waiting their turn to have their heads sawed off.

    Personally, we should just ship the kumbaya singers with their bongo drums to ISIS and tell them to get to work. (ISIS that is)

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    dasbow growls and barks:

    I don’t really care why they hate us. All that matters is that they do, and as Terri Garr said in Young Frankenstein, “the feeling is moochal”. The only thing we got going for us under this feckless administration is that every Muslim sect wants to be the ones that run the caliphate. I always get a kick out of red on red bloodletting.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    Political correctness reaches its full fascist potential to stifle free speech. In Germany, no less. Quelle surprise.

    In the tradition of another famous German leader of the the 20th Century, Chancellor Angela Merkel has joined forces with the world’s largest social networks to stamp out the voices of the people in an effort to silence dissent on the matter of the massive wave of immigration from the Middle East that is overwhelming Germany.

    Any effort of the German people to express dissatisfaction, disagreement, or concerns for safety have been deemed by Merkel and Justice Minister Heiko Mass to be “racist abuse” and “hate speech” and therefore must be quelled.

    Apparently Facebook, Twitter, and Google agree. They’ve consented to be puppets of the German state and work with the government to make sure that German citizens are not allowed to speak freely about what is going on in their country.

    Teams of specialists will now be authorized to track down, examine, and remove any posts deemed offensive (who knows what their criteria is).

    This is precisely what happens when political correctness is carried to the extreme.


    Funny how Facebook doesn’t care about hate speech against Jews.

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    Farmor, LC, GLOR and Imperial Mother growls and barks:




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    readerjp growls and barks:


    A bris is traditionally held eight days after the birth of a Jewish boy. Jesus was a Jew. And New Year’s Day is eight days after Christmas, the celebration of Jesus’s birth.

    Several Christian denominations explicitly connect the dots. The Church of England, the Anglican Church of Canada, the Lutherans and the Eastern Orthodox all ring in the New Year with the Feast of the Circumcision.

    In Roman Catholicism, the day has been celebrated under a number of different names over the centuries: the Anniversary of the Mother of God, the Octave Day of Christmas (on which Jesus was circumcised, according the King James version of the Bible), the Feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord and the Octave of the Nativity. (Octave means eighth.) Today, it’s known as the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God.

    In fact, Christian lore mentions a relic (a word derived from the Latin for human remains) known as the holy foreskin. As with many relics, items believed to be the Holy Prepuce began to show up in Europe during the Middle Ages — in places we know today as Belgium, France, England, Italy and, of course, Israel. Churches, chapels and abbeys were built to house and celebrate the purported foreskins. Jewel-encrusted boxes were designed to protect them.

    Author and foreskin enthusiast David Farley chronicles his search for the elusive tegument in his 2009 book, “An Irreverent Curiosity: In Search of the Church’s Strangest Relic in Italy’s Oddest Town.” Farley was unable to locate his target in Calcata, Italy, as it mysteriously disappeared in the early 1980s. But until it slipped away, it was paraded through town annually on Jan. 1, the Feast of the Circumcision.


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    LC Beaker, Imperial Photographer growls and barks:

    Off topic, but…

    I’m sure our Attorney General is as wet as monsoon rainstorm over this one.

    It’s about time someone somewhere puts the brakes on the country’s rush into defacto Sharia Law. If they get their jobs back, they should make them work on the pork production line instead.

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    irish19 growls and barks:

    LC Beaker, Imperial Photographer @ #:
    I saw that. Good on the company. I hope they don’t back down.