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Terrorism: Prevention Trumps Repression Any Day

The “Gateway Pundit” (recommended reading for Mundabor supporters) has an interesting article concerning the Polish Government. Their position is simple: you don't want Islamic terrorism? Don't import Muslims then!

This is, obviously, common sense. But it makes headlines in a time in which common sense flies out of the window because some overweight German bitch wants you to conform to the Merkelprinzip.

What the Poles got and Western Europe doesn't is this: Muslim immigrants and Islamic terrorism are like, erm, horse and carriage: you can't get one without the other.

Whilst it is certainly true that most Muslims are peaceful people, this is not the way to assess the degree of danger represented by a religion. You can be certain that among the Aztecs most people were peaceful, too, but theirs still was an extremely brutal, cruel, bloody religion.

Islam condones or encourages violence against non-Muslims. It does not matter that it sends ambivalent messages about being both bloody and peaceful: the aggressive, murderous component is there, and the more a Muslim is devout to his religion, the more likely he is to either condone or promote or put in act this violence. Islam also promotes the forced islamisation of a country and the subservience of the non-Muslims, even when they leave you alive.

This is particularly true of the Sunni (have you noticed that Muslim terrorists are, basically, always Sunnis?) because the Shia have, like Catholics, a doctrinal system condemning such acts, whilst the Sunnis are the sola scriptura people of the Muslim world. Unavoidably, some people will get the gist of the violent message of the paedophile so-called prophet and follow his commands to the letter. The more so as, being a sola scriptura types, they are really so dumb as to think they will get himself killed in the morning and screw girls in their porn paradise in the afternoon.

These are all elements we cannot expunge from Islam, because they are intrinsic to it. In the case of the Sunnis (the clear majority of the Muslims) terrorism is literally built in. In the case of the Shiah, the threat of forced islamisation is.

Every sane Westerner would therefore agree, if we lived in sane times, that Islam itself is the problem and the task of European Government must be to peacefully, but certainly, eradicate it. Even more obviously, he would agree that where there are no Muslims none must be imported.

This is common sense. But it appears Western Europeans hate common sense as they hate themselves (or better said, hate their Christian matrix), and they prefer to remain blind to a danger now developing at a faster pace.

To prevent is better than to repress. Every liberal would tell you that. Alas, when it comes to Muslims they want to have the problem first, thinking they will “teddy bear-away” it later.

Not happening, I am afraid. We will either wake up or end up with the ISIS ruling parts of Europe (not Poland, Hungary or Russia) at some point.

M

 

This Time, They Are 22 (For Now)

The attack in Manchester does have an element of novelty: that the Manchester Arena terrorists targeted children and teenagers. The Religion of Peace never ceases to surprise.

All the rest is identical: a tidal wave of sugary common places, always the same phrases, always the same official statements, always the same nonsense. As I write here, an idiot on Sky states “it does not matter who did it”. Go figure.

The root cause of the problem is not being addressed. Therefore, the problem will remain.

This time the dead are (for now) 22, and this is not only stolen lives, but broken families. Who knows how many they will be next time. That there will be a next time, there can be no doubt.

I look at all this not only with sadness, but with a clear perception of the historical processes that are happening: our Western institution have invited this cancer within themselves, and this cancer is now developing as it is designed to do.

Meanwhile, the praise of the multicultural society goes on unabated on all the major UK channels. It truly beggars belief.

M

 

Jihad Is Here. We Just Refuse To See It

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Quentin Matsys, “Allegory of Folly”

Well, this is new to Europe in modern times, but I can’t say I am surprised.

Firstly, please pray for the victim. In your charity, also pray for his killers, because we pray even for our enemies. And last but not least, pray that more and more of the latter may be killed before they carry out their evil intent. 

I will make this fairly short, and not entirely sweet. 

The blood of this priest – and the profanation of a Catholic Church; apparently the idiots held a short “homily” from the altar – is firstly on the hands of those stupid judges and lawmakers who allowed people obviously willing to fight their satanic jihad to go around looking for priests whose throats they might slit. It beggars belief that one may think a tag bracelet would prevent a would-be suicide attacker from planning a suicide attack. It is even more stupid that the bracelet was switched off every day for some hours, though I can’t think the result would have been any different if it had not. 

Secondly, the blood of this priest is on the hands of all those who sing the song of the “integration” and of the “isolated incident”. They are the unwitting allies of the enemy, which is now clearly among us in forces. Even that idiot Hollande recognises now that we are at war. I doubt he understands the logical consequence of what he says, though. 

Thirdly, the blood of this priest is on the Catholic clergy, starting from the Evil Clown. They are committing the most grievous sin of helping infidels to demolish Christianity in Europe in the name of a strange religion of forced multicultural acceptance of no matter whom, no matter what, which is nothing to do with Christianity.

Lastly, and I have to say this just so you don’t think this blog is like everyone else’s, this blood may well be on the hands of the murdered priest himself; who, if (and I don’t know anything about it; therefore, it’s a big if) he was one of the “inclusive” crowd, has now reaped exactly what he has sown. If (and let us say once again : if)  he was one of those promoting this senseless demolition of our Christian continent, then it is better that his fate happened to him, rather than to some poor innocent who still has a functioning brain and a Christian attitude towards life. 

Perhaps, when enough “inclusive” priests, bishops and cardinals have had their throat slit, those still alive will start thinking like Christians again.

Jihad is here, but we just refuse to see it. 

We also refuse to see that the clergy, from the Pope down, are largely its (hopefully unwitting) accomplice.

M  

   

 

 

 

Siding With The Enemy

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“Islam peaceful, Fundamentalism bad…”

 

The “religion of peace” has, it being so peaceful and all, claimed another 30+ victims. 

The Evil Clown has nothing better to do than to (and I quote) ask the Lord 

“to convert the hearts of those people taken in by cruel fundamentalism.”

In normal times this would be breathtakingly unChristian. But we don’t live in normal times, we live in the times of Francis. Therefore, I can’t say I am surprised. 

Francis manages to be an enemy of Christianity, and an accomplice in Muslim atrocities, twice with a single statement. 

Firstly, there is no word in Francis that may indicate even the desire of a conversion of the infidel. Islam isn’t really the problem here, is it now? 

Secondly, Francis does what he always loves to do: attack Christianity as he avoids to say a word about Islam. The carefully chosen, unqualified word “fundamentalism” is blatantly aimed at directing your attention towards the alleged faults of… Christians. The message here is clear: there are bad guys in every religion, and who am I to judge? 

You can make, as always, the Litmus test of the unChristian statement: what would an atheist politician need to change in these words to align it with his ideology? Nothing. What would he say to deflect attention on Islam and direct it against Christianity? The exactly same words. 

The time has passed when such statements could simply be interpreted away with an appeal to the obviously limited intelligence, and even more limited education, of this boor in white. 

We must accept the reality – and we must say it out loud – that as Muslims (notice the word here? The one beginning with “M”) try to plunge Europe into fear and chaos Francis does everything in his power to deflect the attention from the real problem as he attacks the Church he hates with every breath. 

On this Maundy Thursday, I hope my readers will renew their prayer to free Catholicism from the scourge – well deserved, but terrible nevertheless – of a Pope who hates his own religion.

 

 

 

 

 

Little Groups, And Sickening Popes

So peaceful...

During his recent visit to Turkey, Francis said and did a lot of rubbish. More, actually, that your humble correspondent could find the time to report. But one thing he said, that deserves some reflections.

Francis said that it is wrong to equate Islam with terrorism, because terrorism like the one of the ISIS is just the product of “little groups”. But “[we all] have these little groups”, he said, making the example of… Christian Fundamentalists.

This is so wrong, it is outright sick. But then again Francis is a sick mind, so this is par for the course. So let us instruct this man about a handful of very basic facts.

1. Christian Fundamentalists do not go around mass murdering people of other religions and atrociously oppressing – when they leave them alive – those of their own.

2. It truly needs a madman to make such a comparison. It is as if I were to say “yeah, some Nazis have staged the Holocaust; but look, we have the Jesuits! Everyone has these little groups!” Whilst he downplays the evil of the ones, Francis insults the others in the most grievous way.

3. Christian Fundamentalists are, by and large, all heretics, and wrong in more than a couple of very important things. But the one who equates the work of sincere, if misguided, Christians to the work of even good infidels certainly has forgotten Christ. When one, as Francis, even equates them to extremely cruel infidels, then this is, again, sickening.

4. ISIS is not a “little group”. It is an army strong enough to create a quasi-State. Islam is the only religion able to produce atrocity of this kind. I know of no other religion able to cause a mass madness of this intensity and scale.

Other considerations can certainly be made. This man talks such nonsense that even a few words are wrong from many angles. He truly can't open his mouth without revealing the utterly corrupted mind that lies behind.

To think that this here is the man who should act as a beacon of Truth and source of inspiration worldwide! He goes around promoting Islam as “religion of peace” and downplaying mass murder instead, even as he accuses the Western powers – USA on top – who fight this atrocious evil of committing “state terrorism” instead.

No, let us say it once again:

This here is a sickening Pope.

M

Anti-Terrorism, XXI Century Style

The press has reported that some young Muslim cretins have spread leaflets on London’s Oxford Street, informing their correligionist of peace that a new Caliphate is now ongoing, and the duties of the unfaithful are, among others, to give moolah and, possibly, to move there. All rather neutral, of course, and certainly reviewed by someone versed in law.

The cretins have, though, conveniently omitted to say the “caliphate” appears to be the worst example of mindless homicidal fury since Pol Pot, or the massacres in Rwanda and Burundi in 1994. Perhaps in their mind the locals aren’t dangerous, and – as the owner of the Rottweiler said – they only want to play.

Sit, Omar.

Stay.

Put down that head.

Those who read the leaflets, though, and were to decide to move there, are certainly in no doubt as to the nature of this new quasi-statual organisation born out of Obama’s senseless “peace and freedom” rhetoric. They are, therefore, moving there with the intention to take part to the jihad in some way or other (say: part-time beheader, or junior massacre operative).

I do not think anyone like that would live in the UK and renounce to give trouble. It is, in fact, very reasonable to think anyone moving to ISIS territory is already a full-blown terrorist mind, waiting for the occasion to spread death on our shores. This prompts in your truly some considerations and a heartfelt, half tongue-in-cheek, half deadly serious encouragement.

Move to Iraq, my violent Arabic friend. Do not stay here in the UK. The weather is horrible, the food mediocre, the cost of living far too high, and half the girls very fat or severely obese. The trains are often cancelled because of “signal failure”, (=copper theft?), the buses drive you to despair, and there’s a speed camera every three blocks. You can’t rape a little girl like your so-called “prophet” did, and the beer is excellent, which is a constant temptation. why live with all that?

Take the next plane to Jordan, my violent friend, and hence bring your sorry Muslim ass to Syria or Iraq. We will need no expensive trials with you; no damn human right lawyers fighting your extradition if you happen to be a foreign citizen; no costly investigations.

A guided bomb will take care of you all right. If will give you what you most crave: being stuffed in the backside, big time, for the sake of the child-raping prophet of yours. Don’t fret: it will all be very fast. You will barely have the time to think “I’m …..”, and you will be already in the next world, where 72 extremely hairy and extremely horny sodomites believe you are the male virgin they have been promised they will enjoy.

Make haste, my violent friend. Don’t delay! Think of how difficult, expensive, and time consuming would be to deal with you here in the UK, where decades of high-security detention would make you cost vast sums. Be a good Muslim, and make it easy for us and for you. I promise you: the end will be swift, and no beheading.

You want to be a martyr. Who are we to judge?

Mundabor

Terry Jones Is Not A Genius But He Certainly Has a Point, Part I

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One can safely say that Terry Jones is, well, not a genius. One is at a loss to understand how a man can decide:

1) to announce that he is going to burn a Koran
2) to announce that he will wait for signals from the Holy Ghost about what to do;
3) to announce a very broad palette of events which he would consider being the word of the Holy Ghost not to do it;
4) when no one of the events occurs, to  decide not to do it anyway;

I do understand that some of our erring Proddie brothers make a great deal of what they imagine the Holy Ghost is telling to them, but from the way Terry Jones acts the Holy Ghost would seem to be rather unstable; which leads us to the unavoidable conclusion that the unstable one is, well, Terry Jones himself.

The Terry Jones saga now has a new chapter written (er….. burnt?), as the man, probably on the look for some more attention or needing some money, decided that the Holy Ghost has evidently changed his mind once again and has organised a sort of trial of the Koran (these people complain about the Holy Inquisition, I am sure…) at the end of which they, well, decided to burn it.

Let me say what I think of this specific action:

1) It is perfectly within the right of Mr. Terry Jones, or of every Mr. Joe Average, to burn a Koran. Mr. Jones lives in the Land Of The Free (USA) instead of in the Land Of The Politically Correct Cowards (United Kingdom) and he therefore has all the rights to exercise his freedom as he thinks fit.

2) The idea of staging a “trial to the Koran” is very childish. It shows once again that the man is on the look for a publicity stunt, and that his followers are certainly not picked amongst the brightest minds of that great nation.

3) The idea of burning the Koran (instead of, say, pronouncing the Koran heretical, or blasphemous, or outright idiotic and leave it at that; it’s a book, for Heaven’s sake, and it’s not even a trial!) is further proof that the man will do whatever brings him some notoriety. I am still waiting for an explanation from him about why the Holy Ghost would change His mind so often on the matter, but perhaps I’m asking too much.

In conclusion, I think that we can safely say that the man shows all the worst traits of Protestantism and is, certainly – not because of the burning of the Koran in itself, mind; but because of the ridiculous “Holy Ghost circus” and “wannabe Inquisition” habits of his – not good publicity for Christianity.

Having said that, the man most certainly has a point.

Which will be the subject of the next blog post.

Mundabor

 

 

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