Sympathy for the Devil Victims After the Islamic terror attack in Nice, politicians around the world expressed their sympathy with the people of France, sending warm thoughts and prayers. Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada said “Our sympathy is with the victims.” Leung Chun-ying of Hong Kong expressed his “deepest sympathies” with the French […]Read More Of Course You Realize This Means War!
Lemmings are known for their mass suicide: jumping off cliffs, to die in the sea. Americans are not known for mass or individual suicide. An Israeli man who was stabbed in the neck has been criticized by Yariv Oppenheimer, head of the Peace Now organization for fighting back and killing his attacker. Given that […]Read More National Suicide: The Death of a Nation
Pick up your guns, strap on your helmet and report for duty. The bad guys are coming, and we have to mobilize. There have been skirmishes in many places, as varied as Ottawa, St. Jean, Chattanooga, Fort Hood, London, Paris, Västerås (Sweden) and others. Lord only knows where’s next, and He isn’t saying. Don’t have […]Read More A Call To Arms
At about 11:00 a.m. on July 17th 2015, a gunman attacked a storefront Naval Recruiting Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee, firing aggressively into its window. No one shot back, because Bill Clinton had long ago disarmed U.S. soldiers on military bases. As any fool can know, as the only one armed, the gunman had the situation […]Read More Any Fool Can Know
The Bible Names Its Enemies: The Bible names its enemies: Egypt, Amalek, the Philistines, and many others. For each of them the Bible spells out why they are considered the enemy, and what to do about them. We are told not to hate the Egyptians because we were strangers in their land. We were also […]Read More The Face of Evil Today
A Manifesto Redefining the Battlefield Our civilized world is in a different kind of war, aimed at dragging it back to the 8th century. Our values are the enemy’s main weapon against us. We must adapt if we are to survive. Forget “religion.” Forget “nation” and “geography.” Don’t even think about “ideology” or “economy.” The […]Read More A Different Kind Of War
How did we get here? It’s not what our civilization is about. On January 7, 2015, Three black-clad gunmen shouting “Allahu Akbar” stormed the Paris offices of a satirical publication known for lampooning Islam, killing 12, including its editor, three political cartoonists and a police officer whose cold-blooded murder at close range was captured on […]Read More I’m Not Gonna Argue History
Dangerous Classification Classification can help you sort things out, make informed decisions. If someone was to threaten you with a gun, it would be helpful to know whether it was an assault rifle or a Nerf gun (soft foam bullets). Sometimes classification can be used to obscure, to prevent the making of informed decisions. The […]Read More Dangerous Religion
to Avoid More Funerals Michael Zehaf Bibeau and Martin (Ahmad) Couture-Rouleau tried to give meaning to their lives, tried to achieve martyrdom when they killed the soldiers in Saint Jean and Ottawa respectively. They should be denied that meaning. They should be denied martyrdom. Islam believes that the body and soul remain connected after death. […]Read More A Funeral Proposal
An annotated conversation about war, adapted from Facebook: (click on links for annotations) Alice: We are bombing over Syria! Right now. We are bombing. Oh, my heart hurts. Russ: Hate Alice: The thing is this … there are children. Women. Men who want only to provide for their little families. There are doggies and kitties, goats maybe. […]Read More A Conversation About War
A More Human Mouse Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently spliced the human gene associated with language into the brains of a mouse. While the rodents didn’t say anything about the experiment, they were better able to find chocolate in a maze then regular mice. This is perhaps another example of science mimicking […]Read More Are You A Man or a Mouse?
Electricity has made angels of us all… Unlike print, TV doesn’t transport bits of classified information. Instead it transports the viewer. It takes his spirit on a trip, an instant trip. On live shows, it takes his spirit to real events in progress. But here a contradiction occurs: though TV may make the viewer’s spirit […]Read More Angels of Jihad, Angels of Apathy