Friday, June 20, 2008

A message from Robert Spencer

Use it or Lose it:


Dag said...

I love that guy!

Robert should be our president.

Anonymous said...


The UN definition:

It described sexual violence as "a tactic of war to humiliate, dominate, instill fear in, disperse and/or forcibly relocate civilian members of a community or ethnic group".

Clearly what the Muslim male is doing when he rapes a Kufr female is an act of war because the intentions are precisely as above.

How does this ruling fit the situation in the UK

1) The Muslim wishes to humiliate and dominate the Kufr
2) The Muslim wishes to instill fear in the community
3) the Muslim create Muslim only areas by forcing people out of those areas by various means, including rape
4) The British are an ethnic group.

Just how do we respond to this act of war, do we go to the UN, do we go to the Police, do we go to the Government, somehow I do not think any of those approaches would yield much fruit.

More at

Islam is the destroyer of all that is beautiful, spiritual, gentle, innocent and vulnerable. Most religions have a softer feminine aspect (eg Virgin Mary, Arya Tara) but all trace of the feminine has been eradicated from Islam to give something which is consequently only half human.

Predatory and domineering, Islam is a hyper-masculine barbarian tribal warrior cult that glories in murder, mutilation, rape, genocide, destruction and anarchy.

Islam delenda est!

truepeers said...

Anonymous, drive-by, off-topic, resentful comments that are not very informative, are not really welcome here.

Sure there are Satanic people who call themselves Muslims.

But to call Islam, in general, half-human is just to deny our common humanity. Whatever Muslims are, they are human. One isn't doing anyone any good if one goes looking for excuses not to understand your fellow man for what he is.

I happen to think Islam is rather more "feminine" than you think, i.e. that it has a lot of matriarchal elements in it. Male dominance is one thing but one should not simply equate male dominance with the masculine or patriarchal. Like women, men can be more or less manly (by any understanding of manly), just as both sexes can be more or less at home in patriarchal and matriarchal understandings of the sacred.

Some men, perhaps especially the more barbarian, are more prone to hysteria than others....