Sultan Knish: Saving Muslims From Themselves (and other follies)

The job of governments is not to sell our way of life to others, it is to protect that way of life from others.

Saving Muslims From Themselves

The movie industry has has lost its audience:

The Very Last Picture Show

The movie theater isn’t dead, but it is increasingly irrelevant as a storytelling medium. After generations of chasing trends, the industry has been permanently left behind.

Atlas Shrugs: when beautiful asshats make dhimmovies,  like “In the Land of Blood and Honey” 

Ah yes, there’s this weird thing with the leg:

I prefer the photoshop:

The Serbian premiere of Angelina Jolie’s Balkan war drama “In the Land of Blood and Honey” was met by derision Friday, as Serbs angry over an unfair depiction stayed away in droves.

“The film is so bad that it warrants no reaction.”

It is not unexpected. When the unenlightened enlightened make movies about subject matters they know nothing about, it is a tragedy.

Islam Uber Alles

The cowardice of our leaders has elevated the Koran and its demented author above freedom of speech, above the rights of Americans and the lives of American soldiers. When Muslims kill, the wounded society hurriedly searches for scapegoats that might have provoked them to the act. Was there an offensive cartoon, was a Koran flushed or singed, did they experience discrimination, are they upset about American foreign policy?  Islam only seeks one thing. Supremacy.


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