Monday, March 28, 2011

Self Loathing in America

There is a disease running rampant in America and it's affecting a large part of the population, particularly those on the left.  I think it can be best described as self-loathing. Go to any college campus where the profs are all burnt out Marxists, where there wide-eyed students, (you know, the ones who, in spite of their burning desire to learn, still think they know everything), lean on every wise word these American-haters utter, and you will see self-loathing at its ripest stage.  

The Jewish students--bent on the annihilation of Israel by the Muslims who stole the word Palestine to make one believe they have the right to take the land away from the Jews who have been kicked around, beaten and killed for centuries--protest blindly because they have bought into what their commie professors told them.  The gays and lesbians, you know, Queers for Palestine, who would be hanged like the gays in Iran, simply for getting caught being gay.  And women, oh those lonely women, who would do anything to land a man, including their converting to a religion that condemns all of humanity who refuses to believe as they believe, who treat women as dullards, worth half that of a man, as they smile their self-loathing smile and say such things as "The Koran is such a beautiful message," as if they actually read that rag.

We are going backwards. We are devolving.  We are being so patronizing to Muslims that we feel ashamed of who we are and what our values have been--what makes us great. What gives us freedom. And we have been taught to believe everything we read, because reading is important, so the media controls our beliefs. And the media is comprised of the same harvest of individuals who profess to know more than we know, and we believe them because they put it in writing.  But I have put these thoughts in writing and you will not believe them because it is too late.

Or is it?

Monday, March 14, 2011

An Open Letter to Harvey Weinstein

An Open Letter to Harvey Weinstein

 You don't need to be a Jew to understand this open letter to this thug, Weinstein. He's just one of those typical worms who are ashamed of their heritage--but even worms are not ashamed of being worms. I urge anyone interested in justice to boycott this movie and to ask your friends to do the same.  We need to be honest about who the enemy really is. Click on the link above to read the letter by the Sultan Knish blog.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Did Muslim Brotherhood Leader’s Views Influence Lara Logan Assault?

Did Muslim Brotherhood Leader’s Views Influence Lara Logan Assault?

When will the mainstream media open their eyes? When the orders come to take them out, just as they came from Muhammad who ordered the torture of a rabbi to get information about "the enemy Jews" in Banu Qurayish. Women are treated as property of their owners, fathers or husbands, and can be sold or even sexually assaulted if they're dressed in normal clothing as opposed to cloth coffins muslim women are forced to wear, either by their caretakers, or by religious choice as they know no better.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Our Freedom of Speech? Not

 This video will show you exactly what the real story is. The woman at the dais is a CAIR admin and the guy is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. They are taking away your rights to free speech. They will impose sharia as soon as you fall asleep. They are coming for you-but you probably think I'm just being paranoid.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

What the West Needs to Know About Islam

This video is a must for anyone who wants to understand this problem we have in America. Please take the time to check it out.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Islam Rocks

I was recently online, just looking into a few Islamic websites and saw one called  My first reaction was, "How tacky. They actually have a website about the kinds of rocks used to stone people for offenses to Allah, or calling Muhammad a pedophile-barbarian-warrior-homophobe? But then I realized that they were using the term 'rocks' to sound cool, not cold. The site looks like it might be shut down, I'm not really certain, but that doesn't matter--it's an interesting thought--do Muslims really think their religion "rocks"?  If so then they would have to concur that music, jokes, dancing, fun, and yes, rock n' roll, does not rock.  Wearing the latest fashion and being friends with people of different cultures and beliefs definitely does not rock either. Praying five times a day with your butt in the air, to a god who hates Jews, Christians, gays, lesbians, apostates, and just about everyone who is not Muslim, rocks. I don't know why, but I have a hard time wrapping my head around the concept that Islam rocks, but if there is a Muslim out there who can explain that concept to me, I would be interested in hearing from you. If you take me up on this, please define what you mean by 'rocks' and if it means that 'it rocks to get into heaven', and other such 'yadda yadda,' then explain how a religion that hates others can get you there. And please don't bullshit me with your "religion of peace" garbage--the unbelievers who read blogs like mine are usually well aware of the notion of abrogation in your holy book. When Muhammad was weak, he was a wuss who loved the world. When he had his gang of thugs, he was a big badass dude who hated the Jews for not buying his bullcrap. Oh, and if you don't mind, can you also explain why Allah, all-knowing, powerful, forgiving, and even more yadda yadda, would create all these people he hates only to have you guys kill them.  If he's so great, why doesn't he do it himself? If it's to test you guys, why does an all-knowing being need to test when he already knows the outcome?  

For those of you out there who agree with me, let's see if you can guess Muhammad's mental illness. The winner of the contest gets 72 virgins, 130 slaves, and 4 condoms. Here's the kicker: out of all these fine, brown-eyed women, 50 have AIDS and are as much a virgin as Muhammad was a prophet.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

The Real Egyptian Revolution Will Not Be Brought to You by CNN

The Real Egyptian Revolution Will Not Be Brought to You by CNN

I don't always agree with Sultan Knish but this article sums it up perfectly. We think of democracy as the holy grail that is going to save the free world, but we forget that it is merely a tool--if only bad people are running for political office, a democratic vote will elect a bad person. But worse than that is the fact that Egypt is rife with hatred for the USA and all normal western values. The news media, which is so left wing, will cover up the true story about Logan because it may offend the offenders. What a country.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Anglophobia or Islamophobia - What's the Real Problem?

Anglophobia or Islamophobia - What's the Real Problem?

England is lost. It is no longer the England of my past--it is Brittainistan--part of the ummah. The west can sit on its hands, fund the UN and the OIC, and buy their oil, but the truth is unavoidable.  As Churchill said, "An appeaser is a person who will feed the alligator in the hope that it will eat him last."
This is England.  .  .  Sweden . . . The Netherlands??????

Friday, January 21, 2011

The Trial of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

Thu, January 20, 2011 12:35:17 PM

An Interview With Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

It is absolutely possible that we in the west will one day lose our freedom of speech.  If that day should ever come, I suspect there will be anarchy in the streets because the government will have taken away our freedom to make our thoughts, our voices, and our wills known.  I hope that day never comes.  In Europe, we are seeing Islam move forward, slowly, stealthily, like a crab or spider about to pounce. Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff is on trial for simply stating what is in the Koran, and what she believes to be true about the nature of Islam.  The outcome of this trial will be crucial to the future of all "non-believers" of Islam--this is only a first step in the conquest--if you don't believe that, look at Islamic theocracies like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, and Yemen as examples.

You can stay updated on the trial here: Save Free Speech. The following is an interview with Elisabeth by Jerry Gordon from two months ago, just before her trial began.

You can read what happened at that first hearing here
. You can read more about Elisabeth's case here

The interview:

Jerry Gordon: I am Jerry Gordon, Senior Editor for the New English Review and we have with us today an important fighter for human rights in the world, Ms. Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff.
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff: Yes.
Gordon: You are the second Austrian who has been charged with hate speech for criticism of the Qur’an and Islam. Minister of Parliament Dr. Susanne Winter was convicted by a Graz court in January 2009 of hate speech against Islam, received a suspended sentence of three months and was fined the equivalent of $30,000 in Euros. Dutch M.P. Geert Wilders’ trial on similar charges in the Netherlands has been halted because of witness tampering by one of the judges in the Amsterdam tribunal. Now you, an Austrian housewife and leader of the Act for America Chapter in Austria, are the subject of an unprecedented legal action. My question for you is why is your hate speech trial different from that of M.P. Winter and extremely dangerous?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: My trial is different from the simple point of view that I am a housewife and I am not a member of parliament or a politician. That’s basically all there is to it. I’m a private citizen who is concerned about Islam and the contents of the Qur’an, the Sunnah and Hadith. That is the main difference between Geert Wilders, Susanne Winter and me.
Gordon: Are these politicized trials in Austria based on existing hate speech law regarding criticism of a religious belief, in this case Islam?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Yes, they are based on existing hate speech laws. These laws have been in existence, as far as I know, since the post-Nazi era. They belong to a set of hate laws against officially recognized religions, basically regarding religious teachings and the other laws banning anything on National Socialism. Hate speech laws are absolutely dangerous because I am being prosecuted for the thoughts that I have; for conclusions that I have come to based on my readings.
Gordon: What triggered this trial brought by the Vienna Public Prosecutors Office?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: The trigger was a series of seminars that I gave last fall, a three-part series on the doctrines of Islam and Sharia. The Islamization of Europe has come about as a result of the teachings of Islam. In addition, Eurabia is one aspect I covered. A young Austrian journalist from a very liberal left-wing weekly glossy magazine was apparently asked to infiltrate and attend the seminars, record them without my knowledge or my consent. The magazine had the lectures transcribed and then had their lawyer go to the public prosecutors office and hand over the transcripts. Then the public prosecutor decided to follow up and bring the case. Now in less than two weeks I will have to stand trial.
Gordon: Who brought the charges against you and what was their motivation?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Well, the charges against me were first brought by this magazine called “NEWS.” Because they handed it over to the public prosecutor’s office it’s now the State versus Sabaditsch-Wolff. Their motivation? That is an interesting question because I don’t really know. I can only suspect that motivation was to try and halt Freedom Party leader Heinz Christian-Strache and cause problems for him. What they didn’t realize is that they got the wrong person with me. I don’t take this personally. Their motivation was probably also a concern about Islam. The leftist liberals as you probably are aware are very pro-Islam so it’s a combination of a couple of factors I suspect.
Gordon: What are the alleged charges regarding your supposed hate speech against Islam?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Well the charges are very foggy. I’m being charged for a collection of statements I made in a fully-sourced seminar, actually all three seminars were fully-sourced. The charge is ridiculous; I'm saying that I am against Sharia Law in Austria and gender apartheid. It’s just ridiculous. We will have to see what happens on November 23rd and how the prosecutor will react to my defense.
Gordon: You have a court date on November 23rd in Vienna. What kind of a tribunal will hear this matter?
Sabaditsch-Wolf: Well, the tribunal is just the judge. A lady, incidentally, and she will then decide based on whether or not she finds my response regarding the Qur’an, the Sunnah and you know, all my other proofs acceptable. It’s up to her to decide whether or not she will accept that proof. If she doesn’t, it remains to be seen what happens. If she does, it will be even more interesting because then it is actually the state that has to decide on the content of the Qur’an, whether or not it is compatible with Austrian law.
Gordon: Who will be representing you?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: I have one of the best lawyers in Austria. His specialty is not only media law, because as you know the allegations were brought to the attention of the prosecutor’s office by a very successful weekly magazine. However, he is also an expert on the UN Human Rights Convention so he knows exactly what it means to defend somebody who is being charged for a crime against freedom of speech. So he’s the best.
Gordon: Will you be allowed to have expert witnesses and who have you considered testifying on your behalf?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: I don’t know if I will have to have expert witnesses. We will certainly be asking the courts to allow expert witnesses. Following Geert Wilders line of defense we will be asking Professor Hans Jansen of the Netherlands and Wafa Sultan to testify on my behalf. I might also add that I have asked Robert Spencer to come to Vienna to sit next to me and help me, in case I need Qur’anic Sura quotes. He has indicated he would be willing to come to Vienna as well.
Gordon: You are the daughter of an Austrian diplomat who was in Tehran in 1979 when the Shah’s regime fell and the Islamic Republic was founded. What do you recall as a girl then about that experience?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Well, I was six years old at the time. I had just started school, first grade, and it seems that at the age of six, it’s a pivotal time in one’s life because you seem to have a very good memory from ages five to six. I do remember a lot and it seems to have really influenced me; especially the shouts and the crying for Allahu Akbar and the hatred that I remember seeing in people’s eyes, but also the mobs of those black-clothed women. I’m still afraid of big masses of people. I try to stay away from them. Apparently, that may stem from my experience back then. I saw tanks rolling in the streets. I remember the food-rationing that started quite soon after the revolution. I remember, for instance, my mother laughing about a new law that had been passed immediately after Khomeini came to power outlawing Sprite because it would remind people of vodka. They outlawed Pepsi because it reminded people of whiskey. I mean, it was totally ridiculous stuff, but you remember that of course. I also remember that I wasn’t able to go to school as often as I should have because I was told later on that there were many dead lying in front of the school gates and they had to keep the school closed because they weren’t able to remove the bodies quickly enough.
As a six year-old, you just don’t understand what’s happening. But later on when I started really looking into the doctrines of Islam, then it all made sense. It is hard for me to come to terms with Iran because this is a country that I’ve come to love very much and it would be my biggest wish to one day return there. Obviously, I can only do that when the Iranian people have freed themselves from the chains of Islam. Because I refuse to go to a country where I’m only worth half according to Sharia. So yes, the experience especially in Iran and later on in Kuwait has influenced me. It breaks my heart, reading about Iran and looking at the photographs from last year’s uprising. It just tore my heart apart.
Gordon: You were in Libya on 9/11. What did you experience there?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Wow! I mean Libya on 9/11 was such a crazy and horrible place. I came home at 3:00 in the afternoon from work, turned on the T.V. and all of a sudden I saw there was a special show of breaking news on German television. I saw this aircraft fly into one of the Twin Towers and then all of a sudden the satellite connection broke down. It took me about half an hour to fire up the satellite connection again. I sat there and watched in horror and basically stupefied knowing that it was clear right away who did it. For me that was no surprise. I remember that all of a sudden there was a banging on my door, and my Libyan landlord ran into my apartment and started screaming “oh, I’m sure the Jews did it, the Jews did it!” I politely told him that it is probably not the case and I asked him to leave. It was a weird feeling for me that day because I was actually due to fly out that night to Vienna. I questioned whether travelling out of Libya was still safe. But thank God everything was okay. I was more concerned that perhaps the Libyans were involved. However that turned out not to be the case which was good for me. Because I didn’t really want to go through any bombing of the country.
Gordon: What motivated your study of the Qur’an and Islamic doctrine and what element of that doctrine did you find particularly disturbing?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: When I was living in Kuwait in the late 90’s, I was actually experiencing Islam for the first time as an adult. There were things that happened every single day like you had Ramadan, the alcohol ban, the pork ban, you couldn’t read this and you couldn’t watch that, the books and the newspapers were censored. We also had a very nice guy from Jordan as our interpreter at the Embassy. I really liked him. He was a very devout Muslim. One day, I don’t know where I read it, but I found out that Muhammed the Prophet apparently liked young girls and married one of them. I went to the Muslim interpreter and I said, “Oh my God, did you know about that, I mean is this something that people know about? He became verbally aggressive towards me and he said you must never talk about this ever again. He never said if it was true or not. That was in addition to all the bans and all the Sharia I had to expect to live there, and Ramadan I hated with a passion. This was one of the reasons that after I returned to Austria, I picked up a book that I keep quoting because I think it’s one of the best out there and hopefully it will be available in English soon. It is called, “Gabriel’s Whisperings,” written by an Indian atheist. It is one of most shocking books I have ever read on Islam. It tells the ugly truth and it really shocked me.
Once I started reading this book it opened my own Pandora’s Box and actually changed my life in that I started really becoming active. I wanted to know the elements of the Islamic doctrine. I cannot tell you exactly the elements. The whole thing was just awful. Disturbing and destructive. It was terrible, reading about how genital mutilation is rooted in Islamic doctrine, along with honor killings. I mean those two examples are just horrible especially because I’m a mother of a young child who probably would have already undergone this awful procedure in the name of a so-called religion.
Gordon: You characterize yourself as a liberal and a feminist. However, why do some European and American feminists and gays object to criticism of Islam and Islamic doctrine?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: I wish I knew. I don’t. It’s baffling to me and I don’t understand it. I have always made it one of my personal premises that I try to look at the other side, and figure out what makes them think the way they do. I can’t understand why a liberal feminist or gay doesn’t understand it. It’s like they want to block this awful truth. On the other hand, they probably don’t even know it and in the name of liberalism, they think that anything goes. It seems that human rights are not cool. Let’s leave it at that.
Gordon: Have you met Dutch political leader Geert Wilders and do you share his views about the threat of Islamization to the West?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Yes, I have had privilege of meeting him in Berlin on October 3rd. It was a wonderful to have had five minutes with him outside the hotel after his rousing speech, before he was whisked off by his bodyguards to go back to the Netherlands. He knows about my case. He has offered his help, his support. He is just as disgusted with the proceedings as I am and we are in touch with each other. I share his views. I think he grasps the problem very well. He is a politician. I am a simple housewife and that makes a difference, probably will make a difference.
Gordon: Wilders and others have expressed the view that the EU needs a free speech law equivalent to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Do you agree with that and why?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Absolutely I agree with that. You see, I attended Junior High School in Chicago in the 80’s. I don’t know if this still is the case, however, in order to graduate from junior high school I had to study the U.S. Constitution which I wasn’t too happy about at the time, but which has subsequently influenced my thinking. Can you imagine the impact of studying the Constitution on a young girl in junior high school? The most important part for me of the Constitution is the First Amendment guaranteeing freedom of speech. That is a right that is so precious and I will always hope for a similar constitution in Europe. Of course there is no First Amendment, nothing similar to that even though the EU prides itself in guaranteeing freedom of speech. We desperately need a First Amendment. However, I cannot see with the current political situation in Europe that there will be a First Amendment. It is not in the interest of the elite.
Gordon: Do you view the violation of Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard and Swedish artist Lars Vilks free expression and threats to their lives a disturbing development of Islamic intimidation in the EU?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Absolutely, I mean, it is stealth Jihad, Sharia, and more Sharia in Europe. I wouldn’t call it Islamic intimidation. I would call it Sharia. You may not do that according to Sharia. There is no fun in Islam is what Ayatollah Khomeini said and if there is no fun in Islam then you can’t draw anything and you can’t be an artist other than making a mosque more beautiful or writing the Qur’an, copying it and whatever. As regards your question about Lars Vilks’ free expression. There is no free expression in Islam; otherwise it wouldn’t work. The system would break down. So yes, it is extremely disturbing because we already have the EU submitting to Sharia.
Gordon: Have you received similar threats as a result of your lectures in the hate speech case brought against you in Vienna?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: No, thankfully not.
Gordon: Do you view the adoption of Sharia law in civil matters in the U.K. and other EU countries of concern and why?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Yes, this is a huge concern, and I keep bringing this up in my lectures and whenever I talk to people who ask me about what I am doing and why I do it. I tell them there are 86 official Sharia courts recognized by the British government in the UK. So de facto, we already have Sharia law instituted within the European Union. That means that there are two parallel legal systems operating within the EU. Those are only the courts we know about. I am sure that there are thousands of Sharia courts in operation within the EU. This must not ever be tolerated. If one knows about Sharia law and its consequences on both Muslims and non-Muslims then can one come to the conclusion that the European Union calls itself a haven of democracy and freedom and the rule of law? You cannot reconcile Sharia with democratic values, human rights and equality of the sexes.
Gordon: Why do you believe that Islamic doctrine prevents Muslim integration in Austria and other EU countries?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Islamic doctrine clearly states that a devout Muslim can only be loyal to the Islamic state, the Ummah. That is basically the simple answer. I mean, how can the devout Muslim ever integrate into a non-Muslim, kafir country? It just won’t work. There is no need to go into further detail because it’s as simple as that. You have it written in Islamic doctrine that a devout Muslim must never accept living under non-Muslim rule.
Gordon: Wilders has argued for restrictions on Muslim immigration in the Netherlands. Are you in favor of such restrictions in Austria and throughout the EU?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: Now there is a good question. Remember that I am not a politician. It is not up to me to make these decisions. This is a tricky question for me because, like I said, I’m not the one to decide that. The question also is what difference it would make in the long run, because you have such a large Muslim population already within Europe and you have reproduction rates that are just skyrocketing. This is a question for the politicians.
Gordon: Final question for you is how are you and your family dealing with the stress of the upcoming trial?
Sabaditsch-Wolff: It is stressful. I can tell you. My family plus my husband and my daughter are supportive. My daughter, of course, understands within the limits of a five, almost six year old. My husband realizes that it is very taxing on me. My mother supports me in the sense that she often has my daughter over so I can prepare for the trial. I have realized that my back pains have popped up in the last couple of days which seem to be the stress. I personally feel okay. I try to get enough sleep, even though I am very tired. This trial is not about me personally. This is a trial about all of us. All of us who believe in freedom of speech and opinion, the freedoms that should be guaranteed by a free democracy. I’ve tried to take myself out of the equation and that has helped me. I have to also add it’s very important to me that I have received tremendous support from all over the world and I am very thankful for that. This has made my life coming up to the trial easier. That is not to say that it’s not hard but it’s not the end of the world. It’s not a tragedy, and we will see this through.
Gordon: Well, we view you as Mother Courage in the 21st century. We want to thank you immensely for kindly consenting to this interview and all the best of luck to you in your proceeding and may you emerge victorious.
Originally published in New English Review here. Follow that link to see the 22-minute video of the interview, which was done using Skype.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Islamic Cosmos

Islamic Cosmos

If you have any doubts that the koran is not the absolute word of god, this should convince you that you`re right. The word of allah is balderdash, just like islam. mohammad was a pedophile and a murderer who must have had great charisma to fool so many people. But then again, so did hitler and look how much they had in common. Peace.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Art vs. Hate Crime

Is there a double standard or am I just being Islamophobic again? Handy word, islamophobia, isn't it? Invented by CAIR to stop free speech

Thursday, January 13, 2011

New Years Resolutions

Every year people make resolutions to be  better people the following year, or to be more productive, etc.  I think it would be wise for all of us to think about our country--whether you live in the United States or some other country--and promise ourselves that we will do what we can as individuals to simply make our country a better place.  How does one start to go about doing that?  Well, you can`t sit back and let the next guy do all the work, that`s for sure, so the first thing is to think about what you can change, or contribute to, and get started immediately, because it`s so easy to wait until the time is right.  Procrastination is a killer.
I think information is power and passing on important information is a way of sharing the power.  If you`re reading this blog, you`re probably a person who`s involved with current events and perhaps are even aware of some of the problems in the world. (There are so many problems, it`s best to focus on those you can help deal with or change). I suggest you get involved with organized groups that work to make a statement and a difference in the community--Atlas Shrugs comes to mind and Pamela Geller specifically comes to mind with this group.  She stages demonstrations on issues like the Ground Zero Mosque, for example, and is loudly representing the Conservative viewpoint on matters particularly dedicated to policing the Islamization of the west.  She, along with Robert Spencer, are making a difference and waking the public up to the silent and secret agenda of the Islamist forces in the west.  First, I suggest you subscribe to her blogs: and Spencer`s at:  and read what they have to say about this scourge that is creeping into our culture like vermin on a corpse.
Whatever you do, do not sit back and let the next guy do it--he`s saying the same thing about you--his next guy.