Some latest highlights of ISLAMOFASCISM (Dec-09, Jan-10)

Some latest highlights of ISLAMOFASCISM (Dec-09, Jan-10)

Laina Farhat-Holzman: What happens to poisonous ideologies over time? Santa Cruz Sentinel – Jan 2, 2010… Islamism. During this same period, another ideology was born that inflames the world today: Islamo-Fascism or Islamism, a form of Islam that combines the ideologies of literally-practiced Islam and totalitarian Nazism and Communism, both of which were much admired by this sect’s founders. The Muslim Brotherhood, spawned in Egypt, is the godfather of every Islamist organization at work in the world today.

Their narrative is that Islam should once more prevail over all other religions; that Muslims should rule and all others either convert, be enslaved, or be exterminated; and that any deception in furtherance of this narrative is authorized by Allah. The long-range plan is to take over the world. This ideology with its accompanying death cult is most dangerous to ordinary Muslims themselves, who are intimidated and fear for their children being sucked in by these poisonous pied pipers.

What does history tell us about the outcomes of such poisoned narratives? Because they are all so extreme, they eventually succumb to corruption, bad decisions, implosion, or destruction by their neighbors. The Nazi empire collapsed in 1945, after Germany turned Europe into a charnel house. Today’s Germany has a different narrative that has made it peaceful, prosperous, and responsible. Narratives can change.

Communism collapsed from within, fortunately without open conflict with the West. The former Russian Empire is working on new narratives — not fully functional as yet, but a great improvement over the old one.

The Islamist narrative has provoked war with the West and great stress within the Muslim world itself. We hear that the Islamic Republic of Iran not a spin-off of the Muslim Brotherhood, but a cousin is in great disarray, with a population fed up with the narrative and the clerics who rule them. In Pakistan, too many otherwise educated people live in denial that Islamism is the problem. They maintain conspiratorial nonsense that the daily attacks on them are American or Israeli plots. Fortunately, the military know better.

Narratives that preach hatred, promote death cults, and fail to promote an economy backed by rule of law that can make them flourish are doomed to collapse. Narratives that promote the persecution of women, punish freedom of thought, and promote violent intimidation of their populations and their neighbors are heading for the trash heap of history. They are unsustainable.
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/opinion/ci_14109822

Prepare for more Britons to be kidnapped by Iran in 2010 Telegraph.co.uk (blog) – Con Coughlin – ?Dec 31, 2009? Milliband… behaves like one of the ‘useful fools’ for Islamofascism. As do Western liberals generally – like the Archbishop of Canterbury and …
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/concoughlin/100021006/prepare-for-more-britons-to-be-kidnapped-by-iran-in-2010/ 

Iran: Foreigners Conducting “Psychological Warfare” CBS News (blog) – Daniel Carty – ?Jan 4, 2010? Iranian export and support of Islamofascism and terror continues to be a major threat to the whole world. This EVIL Iranian regime must be interrupted, …
http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2010/01/04/world/worldwatch/entry6053018.shtml

Dissention Boils In Iran Despite Brutal Suppression. By Skip MacLure 12/28/2009 01:29:58 PM EST Here’s another classic DO NOTHING, SAY NOTHING moment for our `do nothing of substance’ President, as the people of Iran struggle to throw off the brutal yoke of repression as represented by the Islamo-Fascist regime of Ali Khamenei. This week has seen more unrest and demonstrations throughout the country, following the death (it is reported) by natural causes of dissident cleric Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri seven days ago.
http://www.politicalcortex.com/story/2009/12/28/132958/86

We need a proper Prime Minister to suppress troublemakers like Anjem Choudary Telegraph.co.uk (blog) – Gerald Warner – ?Jan 4, 2010? They are not Islamists – they are Islamofascists. Islamofascism is rife in all our universities with Vice Chancellors too weak and craven to do anything …
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/geraldwarner/100021323/we-need-a-proper-prime-minister-to-suppress-troublemakers-like-anjem-choudary/ 

January 05, 2010 A Request From Jawa Reader Been reading your blog for some months now, relieved to find that someone ‘gets it’ when it comes to Islamofascism.
http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/200285.php 

Rep. Sue Myrick’s Top 10 List For Islamofascism

A couple weeks ago, Rep. Sue Myrick revealed a 10-step plan to aide in defending our nation from the influx of islamofascism. That plan is (as described by one commenter, PMK) being quietly buried by our compliant media as well as our politicians…

The plan also seems to have gotten the tightie-whities of one Jibril Hough in a bunch. Hough, a spokesman for the Islamic Center of Charlotte has attempted to equate Myrick’s proposal with McCarthyism, or in his terms, Myrickism. “A campaign of fear” was the headlining title for the article in the Charlotte Observer, in which Hough was joined by (D.)Ross Overby who will be challenging Myrick for her 9th district seat.

On an aside, it’s a shame that those who continue to utilize the “McCarthy syndrome,” don’t keep up with the news. Or perhaps since it’s been a short while in passing, they just don’t remember hearing that McCarthy was proven to be correct in his assumptions. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Or maybe that “fair and balanced” media just simply forgot to report much about it.

The award for “most expected to also be pissed off” over Myrick’s plan goes to the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations. Accepting the award for them, (since many of their leadership personages have already, or are currently being prosecuted for terrorist ties,) will most probably be a representative from the Muslim Brotherhood. Hey, it’s to be expected since CAIR is merely a front group for them. It might also have something to do with the fact that part of Myrick’s proposal calls for CAIR’s ties and non-profit status to be investigated.

Anyhow, Myrick HAS responded to Hough, demanding a point by point rebuttal of her plan. Myrick also said, “I’d be glad to have a dialogue with them. The whole point is that we’re trying to get people to work together.” But that’s not likely to happen, as it’s hard to refute the truth. Hence personal attacks, via McCarthy parallels and rants about seeking political gain.
http://hoopyfrooddude.blogspot.com/2008/04/rep-sue-myricks-top-10-list-for.html

Africans fear backlash from bombing attempt by Larry Miller Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder Originally posted 1/5/2010

When Islamic fascists piloted passenger jets into the Pentagon and the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, it was a moment that changed how many Americans…
http://www.spokesman-recorder.com/news/article/article.asp?NewsID=100729&sID=4&ItemSource=L  

Newt Gingrich: ‘Time To Profile And Discriminate’ When It Comes To Terrorism The Admonition (blog) – Shannon Bell – ?Dec 31, 2009? Islamic fascist terrorists don’t give a wit about your feelings or mine; and that includes those on the hard left.
http://www.theadmonition.com/?p=2588

Peter Beinart: The War on Terror Isn’t a War
January 4, 2010
If you’re trying to kill large numbers of people who are trying to kill you en masse, most people would correctly identify this situation as a war. President Barack Obama knows this, which is why he bristled at former Vice President Dick Cheney’s recent claims that he doesn’t treat our counterterror efforts like a war against Islamofascism. But writing for the Daily Beast, Peter Beinart argues:
[W]hile America is obviously at war in Afghanistan and Iraq, it isn’t actually at war with jihadist terrorism. Rather than proving Cheney wrong, the White House should have done something more audacious: Prove him right.
Beinart says Obama should openly embrace the argument that the War on Terror isn’t a “war” for three main reasons. First, the term “war” should be reserved for direct armed confrontations, and common American rhetoric about “wars” on poverty, cancer, drugs, and such have diluted this strict meaning. Second, the term gives the executive branch cover to destroy civil liberties in the name of security. Third, it gives the false impression that bullets and bombs are sufficient to defeat Islamofascism.
http://www.newsrealblog.com/2010/01/04/peter-beinart-the-war-on-terror-isnt-a-war/

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