Latest Perry Slam, This Time From “Our Own.”

Listen, as His Majesty has said numerous times, Perry is not our ideal candidate but, based on what we know about him, having had him as governor for more than a decade, “he will do.” Barring some miracle entry of somebody who will do even better AND have a snowball’s chance in Hades of gathering enough votes to win, he will do. He’s not Mittens, he’s not even close to being “Substantially, I’m no different from Ogabe” Mittens, and he is sure as fuck not Ogabe.

That doesn’t mean that there is no room for criticism or that criticism of Perry is “not allowed”, because of course it is. We’re not Dhimmicrat Lemmings mindlessly worshiping whoever appears to the The Candidate™, but could we please stick to the actual facts when we criticize our own? It’s not like there aren’t a lot of issues on which one might reasonably and factually disagree with Perry’s record, but really… Perry’s a Dhimmi?

Thus spake Pam Gellar, based on Perry working with some muslim group called the “Ismailis” on educating Texas schoolchildren about islam. No, they weren’t the only ones invited into the room, they were just “the view from the other side”, but apparently that’s all that Gellar needs to brand Perry a Dhimmi, based on an article in, wait for it, that rock-ribbed conservative organ Salon.

Next, she’ll be cribbing notes on how to attack Insufficiently Gellar’ed GOP Candidates from Common Dreams.

So what is this all about, we hear you ask?

Well, Ace went to the trouble of actually reading this horrifyingly “Dhimmi” material that Riq al-Perry is allegedly shoving down Texan kids’ throats in order to prepare them for the Glories of the Ummah™, and we urge you to go read it, for it is good.

But for the Cliff Notes version, it appears that this horrible Dhimmi propaganda piece portrays the West in an extremely positive light compared to the Ummah, based on the latter being economically and technologically backward as a result of their religious fundamentalism, intolerant, full of hatred and with anti-Semitism clearly linked to Nazi propaganda of the 30s which they swallowed hook, line and sinker.

We’re surprised that CAIR hasn’t yet sued the Ismailis for telling the truth.

Yet this translates, in the mind of Gellar, into Perry being a Dhimmi trying to force feed pisslamic propaganda to the kids.

Bzzzt… Fail. Of the epic kind.

But hey, keep on fighting the Dhimmicrats’ battles for them. If you keep it up, we may end up with Mittens as the candidate in 2012, and you just know how grateful we’ll all be, don’t you?


DOING OUR HOMEWORK UPDATE: Robert Spencer, for whom we have nothing but respect, issues a rejoinder. You should read it yourselves as it would be unfair for me to just quote bits and pieces of it, but the sense I get is that the material quoted by Ace is not the actual material, but rather what one educator, David Stein, got from it. Also, it is claimed that the material in no way points out that pisslamic anti-Semitism goes further back than “merely” Nazi propaganda, that it is, in fact, based on their “holy” book. That last point is certainly important, as Robert points out. If we allow pisslamic Jooo-hatred to be portrayed as nothing but a result of Nazi propaganda, then we ignore the genocidal elephant in the room. To be sure, Nazi propaganda did help pisslamists in justifying their Jooo-hatred, but it wasn’t something that the Nazis invented. It was there, right in the koran, long before Adolf was shat out by one syphilitic sow in Braunau-am-Inn.

Does that make Perry a Dhimmi? His Majesty is still not convinced, but those are good points that need to be brought out too, so there you are.


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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:


    PERRY /CAIN 2012


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    I used to read Pamela Geller a lot, but over time I found her to be more and more hysterical and reactionary to events . Her blog has suffered for it, there are countless typos and what amounts to hysterical ranting on her part. I like that she is shining the truth about islam on an ignorant public but she would do well to take a breath or two and calm down before she starts writing.

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    The Lone Haranguer growls and barks:

    There is nothing wrong with an overview of the world’s religions taught in “skoo” (as Ross Perot put it), but it can’t favor one over another. Put another way, you have to teach either all of them, or none of them.

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    LC Old Dog growls and barks:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:
    My first thought was “Consider the Source”, Pammy as you correctly noted can get a bit hysterical and sloppy at times!

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    Gellar sees Islamist bogeymen under he pillow every night. I don’t see Perry as a Dhimmi in any way, but a corporatist shill and a very typical RINO. I’m more concerned about the immigration issues, his support of TARP and the eminent domain issues.

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    Elephant Man growls and barks:

    I haven’t read “Atlas Juggs” for at least a year.

    (I blatantly stole the ‘Atlas Juggs” remark from a poster over at Ace’s but I LOLed when I read it and thought I’d share. Sophmoric yes but hey, what can I say…. :grin:)

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    LC George, Apocryphal Prophet growls and barks:

    The problem is– I wouldn’t say “complex”, but it is tricky.

    Islamic terrorism is simply not the #1 threat to the USA at this point. It was for a while, remains a close second, and will likely be #1 again, but right now, the biggest threat is that of economic collapse. Many of those who specialize in analyzing the jihadist menace are going to have trouble adjusting to the fact that they are getting somewhat less attention than before. Some will have a great deal of trouble adjusting to this fact.

    The simple logic of priorities demands that it is more important for our next President to be willing to unburden the economy than to be openly realistic about the facts of Islamic theology. Unfortunately, this does mean that those in the Muslim Brotherhood who take the long view will perceive this as an opportunity to drive a wedge into the Tea Party bloc.

    Our concern then, after selecting an acceptable candidate for President, who seems at this point to be Rick Perry, is to ensure that our #2 concern is not left completely in the dust. It is absolutely right to shed light on any indications that Rick Perry could have problems with this. At the same time, though, hysterical alarmism plays directly into the hands of those who would love the opportunity to marginalize everyone who dares to criticize Islam openly. Ms. Geller certainly is not helping in this matter, but to my way of thinking it seems as though Ace is contributing to making this feud needlessly heated.

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    LC George, Apocryphal Prophet growls and barks:

    I should say, rather, that all three of them: Ace, Spencer, and Geller are getting overheated.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC George, Apocryphal Prophet says:

    I should say, rather, that all three of them: Ace, Spencer, and Geller are getting overheated.

    I tend to agree. On the other hand, Spencer certainly is intelligent enough that he ought to have known that calling Ace a beer-swilling frat boy would be a) taken as a compliment and b) lead to full broadsides from both sides of the ship. :em05:

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    Mattexian growls and barks:

    The first time I read about Perry’s Islamic connections, I fully expected it to turn into one of those “gotcha” articles, where they substituted “Perry” for “Obama”, thus proving That One’s “secret Muslim” ties. Since then, I’ve read and heard more about this sect, and it looks more favorable than the main bodies of Islam, in terms of accepting reality instead of imposing wishful thinking upon the rest of the world. (The main point that stands out, is their acceptance of Israel as a nation, which has earned them excommunication by the main branches of Islam.) Can’t say that I’d still trust them, tho.

    I’ll grant that this could be another case of Perry’s advisors giving him incomplete advise, again (see: the HPV vaccine and Trans-Texas Corridor debates, both of which he’s gone back on)

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    LC Draco growls and barks:

    LC George, Apocryphal Prophet @ #:

    I have to agree….I used to read Pam all the time….and Ace most of the time. Now, I barely hit their sites. Is there an Islamic threat. Damn right, but keep your eye on the target, and not the superficial crap!

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    LC Gladiator says:

    PERRY /CAIN 2012

    Exactly. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, at mine, here, and at others, he may not be perfect but he’s a fuckuva site better than most that can get the vote. I like Bachmann, I like Cain, I’ve been hearing a lot of Ron Paul (and been damn well impressed by him), but we have to look at the overall picture.
    Mattexian says:

    I’ll grant that this could be another case of Perry’s advisors giving him incomplete advise, again (see: the HPV vaccine and Trans-Texas Corridor debates, both of which he’s gone back on)

    All in all, if Perry’s it I’ll for damn sure vote for him!

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    Mattexian growls and barks:

    Update: I found (thru another site) a fairly thorough examination of the “Perry/Islam” stories here, from someone purporting to be a “former Muslim” (and he’s not dead yet). Looks more and more like folks heard one little thing here and there, and got hysterical about it.