Update on Jimmuh from the Ummah
Caption: President Carter receiving the International Zayed Prize for the Environment in 2001 from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maklum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Minister of Defence. The prize included $500,000. The following year President Carter refused the Wiesenthal Center’s request to repudiate the Zayed Center in Abu Dhabi for a symposium where it was asserted that the Nazi Holocaust was a ‘false fable’.
’Nuff said. Worth a thousand words.
From Gates of Vienna
Willie Clitman, Khadr’s brother in arms, did even better: He made about 40 million dollars in ‘speaking fees’- A lot, if not all of it from wealthy Arabs in the Gulf. But not enough: He aims for a second term in the white house through his egregious wife Pillary.
Clitman, just in case you have forgotten about it, went to the Arabs and said ‘the cartoons should have not been printed’- an excremental sell-out for freedom of speech, totally against the spirit of the constitution.
Who is a bigger whore: A 10$ street hooker or guys like these two former presidents?
My Trip to Kosovo and Bosnia
By Jesse Petrilla
I have recently returned to the U.S. from my trip through the Balkans which had an aim to see what the ever expanding Middle East into Europe looks like up close. Here is my after-action report for those who are interested in hearing about a situation which may chillingly parallel future events in America if we do not take action to prevent them today.
I landed in Kosovo on a flight from Istanbul directly into the Kosovo capital city of Pristina. This city is a showpiece for the Kosovo Albanians who often take visiting dignitaries and American politicians through a twisty roundabout path through the city, avoiding the many destroyed churches and other evidence of the less than tolerant attitudes so prevalent in the region. I went on a very different tour of Kosovo than what our politicians see. I didn’t stick to only seeing the few good parts of Pristina, I went to other parts of Kosovo where Christians are forced to live in military-like compound ghettos, with the terror and fear of death if they ever set foot outside of their enclaves without protection. I saw a rogue and wild west region with very little self built infrastructure, and vast amounts of foreign money flowing in from Saudi Arabia and other nations hell bent on exporting their extremist ideals. The only real infrastructure I saw were remnants of Tito’s Communist Yugoslavia, with the current flow of money primarily being dumped into new construction projects of Wahabi mosques and madrases. But what is scariest of all is that I saw America several generations from now if we continue to allow Islamism to spread through the socialist and naive policies so many American politicians have adopted.
After visiting several other churches destroyed as recently as 2003 and many vandalized in the last year, I headed for Bosnia not too far away. In Sarajevo I got a tour of the EUFOR Army base there, and was comforted to learn that although our politicians may not get it, the Army certainly understands who the enemy is today. A Sergent Major told me of villages in Bosnia where the women wear full Afghanistan style burkahs, and when a vehicle approaches the village all the women go run and hide, and the men surround the car and you must ask permission to enter the village. He told me what is scariest of all is that the people who live there are not foreigners, but Bosnian born and raised, right there in Europe. I learned from him and others that nearly all of the military activity involves problems with Muslims, and not the Christians, such a surprise…