Tag Archives: Islamic Fascism

The Moral Imperative of Immigration

Canada is getting refugees and it was immediately decided that all goodthinking people will cheer this development because, of course, only badthinking people could possibly oppose or even have reservations. So I guess *this* isn’t one of those news items … Continue reading

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Found on the Bottom of the Memory Hole

Have you ever heard people complain about American imperialism? Yet, for all that imperial aggression, I still see no empire. Are Americans that incompetent? Heck, the United States itself isn’t even organized as a national government but a a federation. … Continue reading

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Hope for Islam

It has been said that the world seems headed for a conflict between Islam and the rest of civilization. There may be a solution in the form of a massive western victory but it would be ugly and bloody. Victory … Continue reading

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Fighting Outrage

Apparently “Je suis Charlie” can be translated as “I am a free man”. How does that work, I wonder? “Je suis gar libre?” Update: My local French language and culture expert says, not true. In any case, Barbara Amiel makes … Continue reading

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Argo: Misleads Twice, Not Unrelated

I just watched Argo, the American movie about the 1979 Iranian revolution. I remember being told that it gave credit to an American for what was really a Canadian rescue. then I heard that they gave Canadians some credit in … Continue reading

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Islamofascist War Returns

There was a time (2010-2012) when war against Islamic Fascism might have been contained and vanquished with little more effort than was required to contain Germany since 1950. The rise of ISIS means that opportunity has passed. The war will … Continue reading

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