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Nuclear Jihad: Can Terrorists Get . . .

Apr. 17th, 2006 | 07:38 pm
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posted by: jennersen in _savage_nation_

I am currently sitting in bed watching the Discovery Time Channel, dish network: 192, and they are running a documentry on A. Q. Khan. He is the father of the "islamabomb."

He is also the reason for so much proliferation. This program shows photos of this son of a bitch loading a Pakistanian Air Force C-130 with materials needed to help construct nuclear weapons to Libya. Question: what does George Bush Jr. do about this? Answer: NOTHING. Our spy network helped sabotage his profliferation with the UK; however, the only reason we do not do anything about him because we want to play nice with Pakistan.

I swear, western government needs to get a vision beyond what can I do to get by and help my buddies. We are going to suffer for this insane globalist nonesense, be it either neo-con or liberal. It is time for a nationalist who understands people like these and certain nations are our enemy, and they need to do something about this before our "acceptable losses" of a life is going to be the one's that suffer.
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Feb. 4th, 2006 | 10:08 am
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Is Moderate Islam A Myth?

Jul. 30th, 2005 | 08:05 pm
posted by: evilwhitemale in _savage_nation_

From Little Green Footballs and The Spectator comes The Myth of Moderate Islam:

It is probably true that in every faith ordinary people will pick the parts they like best and practise those, while the scholars will work out an official version. In Islam the scholars had a particularly challenging task, given the mass of contradictory texts within the Koran. To meet this challenge they developed the rule of abrogation, which states that wherever contradictions are found, the later-dated text abrogates the earlier one. To elucidate further the original intention of Mohammed, they referred to traditions (hadith) recording what he himself had said and done. Sadly for the rest of the world, both these methods led Islam away from peace and towards war. For the peaceable verses of the Koran are almost all earlier, dating from Mohammed’s time in Mecca, while those which advocate war and violence are almost all later, dating from after his flight to Medina. Though jihad has a variety of meanings, including a spiritual struggle against sin, Mohammed’s own example shows clearly that he frequently interpreted jihad as literal warfare and himself ordered massacre, assassination and torture. From these sources the Islamic scholars developed a detailed theology dividing the world into two parts, Dar al-Harb and Dar al-Islam, with Muslims required to change Dar al-Harb into Dar al-Islam either through warfare or da’wa (mission).

So the mantra ‘Islam is peace’ is almost 1,400 years out of date. It was only for about 13 years that Islam was peace and nothing but peace. From 622 onwards it became increasingly aggressive, albeit with periods of peaceful co-existence, particularly in the colonial period, when the theology of war was not dominant. For today’s radical Muslims — just as for the mediaeval jurists who developed classical Islam — it would be truer to say ‘Islam is war’. One of the most radical Islamic groups in Britain, al-Ghurabaa, stated in the wake of the two London bombings, ‘Any Muslim that denies that terror is a part of Islam is kafir.’ A kafir is an unbeliever (i.e., a non-Muslim), a term of gross insult.


This isn’t just a litany of infamy, however. Sookhdeo outlines a difficult path toward evolution of a true moderate Islam:

Muslims must stop this self-deception. They must with honesty recognise the violence that has existed in their history in the same way that Christians have had to do, for Christianity has a very dark past. Some Muslims have, with great courage, begun to do this.

Secondly, they must look at the reinterpretation of their texts, the Koran, hadith and Sharia, and the reformation of their faith. Mundir Badr Haloum has described this as ‘exorcising’ the terrorism from Islam. Mahmud Muhammad Taha argued for a distinction to be drawn between the Meccan and the Medinan sections of the Koran. He advocated a return to peaceable Meccan Islam, which he argued is applicable to today, whereas the bellicose Medinan teachings should be consigned to history. For taking this position he was tried for apostasy, found guilty and executed by the Sudanese government in 1985. Another modernist reformer was the Pakistani Fazlur Rahman, who advocated the ‘double movement’; i.e., understanding Koranic verses in their context, their ratio legis, and then using the philosophy of the Koran to interpret that in a modern, social and moral sense. Nasr Hamid Abu-Zayd, an Egyptian professor who argued similarly that the Koran and hadith should be interpreted according to the context in which they originated, was charged with apostasy, found guilty in June 1995 and ordered to separate from his wife.

The US-based Free Muslims Coalition, which was set up after 9/11 to promote a modern and secular version of Islam, has proposed the following:

1. A re-interpretation of Islam for the 21st century, where terrorism is not justified under any circumstances.
2. Separation of religion and state.
3. Democracy as the best form of government.
4. Secularism in all forms of political activity.
5. Equality for women.
6. Religion to be a personal relationship between the individual and his or her God, not to be forced on anyone.


So that's what went wrong with Islam. I've been wondering about this for quite some time. And this goes along with my idea that just as Christianity had to reform itslef from within, so to must Muslims take responsibility for their religion and its future.

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Political Correctness and The War On Terror

Jul. 23rd, 2005 | 03:35 pm
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posted by: evilwhitemale in _savage_nation_

You know, I can't understand why the far left doesn't get behind certain provisions of the Patriot act more than they do. After all, those provisions are just so damn politically "correct", you know.

I'm serious! It's just too damn liberal for me in many aspects!

Think about it. You have to have random searches at the airport and subways rather than use common sense. What I mean is, the screeners often have to search some 50-year old grandmother with red hair but if they see four swarthy kids of Middle Eastern stock carrying backpacks (sorry, but this is statistically the demographic of at least 90% of the terrorists out there) they get nervous about searching them for fear of an ACLU lawsuit.

Now how stupid is that? We're made to act like idiots so that we don't appear insensitive. We're made to act like morons so that we don't appear mean-spirited. We're made to act retarded so that nobody can accuse us of racial profiling.

It's like this. If the IRA were acting up in the UK again, I'd fully expect to be searched if I traveled there because I fit Scotland Yard's profile of an IRA terrorist, at least insofar as I've clearly got Irish in my genetic makeup. I wouldn't complain, either.

My thoughts for the day:

1) Political "correctness" can and will needlessly cost us lives.

2) Scrap most the Patriot Act in favor of a little common sense.

3) ACLU pamphlets aren't quite as good as Charmin for wiping one's butt but they'll do in a pinch.

Until next time, my friends!

Muahahaha... ;-)

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Will Israel Invade Gaza?

Jul. 17th, 2005 | 04:35 pm
posted by: evilwhitemale in _savage_nation_

Israel Threatens to Invade Gaza Strip


JERUSALEM - Israel threatened Sunday to invade Gaza if Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas does not control militants who have stepped up rocket and mortar attacks ahead of Israel's planned pullout from the coastal strip next month.

Well, at least we're seeing a little toughness from Sharon.

Abbas pledged to do his utmost to stop the barrages but warned that an invasion of Gaza would "sabotage everything."

More empty words from a Muslim. Abbas is ineffective at best and probably secrtly in cahoots with the terrorists at worst. And pardon me but aren't the Palestinians the ones sabotaging everything?

More than 100 rockets and mortars have rained down on Gaza settlements and Israeli villages just outside the territory in the last four days. Hamas leaders say they are retaliating for Israeli violations of the truce.

But one leader said the main reason for the barrage was to show that Israeli settlers were fleeing Gaza under fire rather than in a planned evacuation.


Did you get that last part? Just goes to show that terrorists, particularly Islamic terrorists, view playing nice as a sign of weakness. It only emboldens them.

Never play nice when terrorists are involved. Simply kill them.

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Memo To Osama Bin Laden

Jul. 14th, 2005 | 07:59 pm
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posted by: evilwhitemale in _savage_nation_

[Edit: X-posted from my own journal.]


Date : July 14, 2005
Time : 19:30:00 CST
From : evilwhitemale
To : Osama Bin Laden
Subject: All Your Base Are Belong To Us

You stupid-ass dumn fucking idiot. Even Muslims are starting to recognize you for the bitch that you are! How do you feel about yourself now, you semi-masculine, subhuman, anal-dwelling piece of camel shit?

Osama and GodCollapse )

P.S. Muahahaha... ;-)

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