Poll Results: Do you think it is a good idea to move Gitmo jihadists to U.S. jails?

6   %  voted for “some of them…”

8  %  think its a “Great idea, they will make the prisons Islamic…”

86 %  said “Hell No”

New Poll starts today:

What do you think of Obama’s speech in Cairo?


Whose side is he on?

Peace in our time…

Its clear he’s a Muslim…

Obama will destroy Israel and the U.S.

Sound and Fury in Cairo: Obama reads half the Koran:

obama-jpObama: “Let’s remake this world.”

Ladies and gentlemen, this is a fascist pronouncement. People who want to remake the world slide inexorably into totalitarianism, because they have to act against that annoying and persistent impediment known as “human nature”. The 20th century was strewn with millions of corpses in mass graves and killing fields as the result a variety of ideologies that attempted to remake the world.

Obama reads half the Koran

Andrew Bolt  is onto it also:

Barack Obama in flattering the “Muslim world” with his Cairo speech on Friday quoted in defence of Islam half of a famous passage from the Koran.

Guess which:

On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person – unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land – it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our messengers with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land.

The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter;

Qur’an Misquoted! (5:32-33)   (Islam Watch)

If you want to believe that the Qur’an really says not to kill, then it’s best not to look too closely at what is actually said.

Qur’an Misquoted! (9:120-123) 

Robert Spencer provides yet another example of Obama taking a verse wildly out of context.

Update from the Occidental Soapbox:

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“I am honored to be in the timeless city of Cairo”

A skeptic’s guide to President Obama’s Cairo speech

I must say, this speech was hard to stomach. So much pandering, so many historical inaccuracies, so many half-truths, distortions and outright lies. One could write a book on the flaws of this shameful excuse for a speech, but for now I’m analyzing the most glaring inaccuracies in the first ten minutes.

Cairo is not a timeless city. Jerusalem has been a permanent settlement for an estimated 5,000 years. Rome was founded about 2,800 years ago. These are timeless cities. Cairo is barely 1,000 years old. The ancient capital of Egypt moved dozens of times, to sites ranging up and down the Nile River valley; none of them were Cairo. Then Alexandria, founded by Alexander the Great, served as Egypt’s Capital for nearly 1,000 years (332BC-641AD), until the Arab Islamic conquest in 641AD. At that point the Arab military commander founded a garrison-city called Fustat to administrate the newly conquered territory. It wasn’t until 969AD that Cairo was founded nearby, and not until 1169AD that it became Egypt’s permanent capital.

“The relationship between Islam and the West includes centuries of coexistence and cooperation, but also conflict and religious wars.”


The conflict and religious wars you speak of started shortly after Mohammed’s death in 632 AD. Muslim armies invaded and overran about half of the existing Christian world in the space of one century. The Islamic caliphate steamrolled over the Middle Eastern and North African domains of the Byzantine Empire, and an Islamic army crossed into Spain in the year 711AD, invading European territory unprovoked nearly 300 years before the First Crusade, and about 800 years before the beginning of the European colonial period. But of course the aggression was not only directed at the West and Christians. Islamic armies also conquered the ancient empire of Persia and by the dawn of the 8th century had carved out a foothold into the Indian subcontinent, slaughtering Zoroastrians, Buddhists and Hindus along the way.

“More recently, tension has been fed by colonialism that denied rights and opportunities to many Muslims, and a Cold War in which Muslim-majority countries were too often treated as proxies without regard to their own aspirations.”

What about the rights denied to infidels in Muslim-dominated lands for the past 1,400 years? What about their aspirations? The Christians and Jews in the Mediterranean world were relatively lucky. The Koran granted them “protected” status as Dhimmis. This was protection in the mafia sense, except the terms were much harsher. As people of the book, they were allowed to live as long as they paid exorbitant taxes, submitted to constant public humiliation, forfeited their legal rights and did not build any new Churches or Synagogues, or even repair existing structures. The non-monotheist civilizations to the East had it much worse. Mercy was the exception; the rule was slaughter and the abject destruction of their holy places.

And why do you only mention European colonialism? Why not Islamic colonialism which started earlier and lasted longer? Let’s take the example of the country from which you chose to address the Muslim world. Egypt was held by European colonial empires for a total of 43 years: Napolean’s army briefly held the territory from 1798-1801, and the United Kingdom ruled from 1882-1922. Now let’s look about 200 miles across the Mediterranean, to a Christian country called Greece. Greece was occupied by the Islamic Ottoman Empire from the mid-1400’s through the year 1821: about 400 years, or about ten times longer than Egypt was occupied by the West. And Greece was just one province of the European portion of the Ottoman Empire, which occupied the entirety of the Balkan Peninsula and beyond. They ruled over the largely Christian inhabitants of this area for centuries, periodically pushing into central Europe as far as Vienna, and threatening to extinguish Christian civilization in Europe completely. And yet today, we don’t see Greeks or Slavs flying planes into buildings in Istanbul, or blowing up buses in Cairo.

“Our second President, John Adams, wrote, “The United States has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Muslims.”

Fair enough, but unfortunately for us this feeling wasn’t mutual. John Adams accompanied Thomas Jefferson to England in 1786 to speak to the ambassador of the Islamic state of Tripoli in London. These two revered founders of our nation were in Europe to ascertain why Islamic pirates were attacking American merchant ships in the Atlantic and Mediterranean and enslaving their crews for no apparent reason. They reported the Tripolitan ambassador’s reasoning to the Continental Congress:

“ … that it was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every Musselman (Muslim) who should be slain in Battle was sure to go to Paradise. ”

This puts us 10 minutes into Obama’s 55-minute speech, and I’m already getting queasy.


5 thoughts on “Poll Results: Do you think it is a good idea to move Gitmo jihadists to U.S. jails?”

  1. * Peace in our time…

    I voted for the above, knowing what will follow:

    “For when they are saying, “Peace and safety,” then sudden destruction will come on them, like birth pains on a pregnant woman; and they will in no way escape” (1 Thessalonians 5:3)

  2. I had a close encounter of the Islamic kind tonight, when making my way home from the pub.

    A group calling itself “Street Pastors Kingston” approached me while I was waiting for the bus home, at first they left me alone when I told them I was out drinking because it was the anniversary of a friends suicide, they gave me their condolences and went on with their business.

    When I saw they were getting nowhere with the misfits and strays of the Kingston clubbing fraternity, I summoned them back over. I told them I was pleased to see a Christian group and that I opposed the islamification of England. This was greeted by an uncomfortable silence, as their card was given to me, the realisation dawned on me that a great deal of the people waiting at the bus stop were of north african, and possibly islamic stock, with their white slags and whores obviously prostituting themselves to the highest bidder.

    As I said my goodbyes and bid this noble Christian group farewell, and they nodded their disapproval when I commented on the white girls with black males, and stepped onto the bus, I felt the glares and the presence of these islamic fellows. Turns out they heard EVERY single word of my conversation with the Christian group. The bus ride was no picnic, I sat down and was surrounded, tactically by these islamic men, glaring all the way down to Richmond. I felt truelly threatened for almost all the journey home, while they spoke in arabic I gleened small soundbites from their conversation “kuffar” while they intently focussed their gaze on me, mainly. It was enough to show me their dominance, they outnumbered me several times over.

    How can we contend with this in the west, our society is fractured beyond repair…… islamics seem to all be united, yet our young white men clash over football….is there any way at all we can unite our people to fight the threat we face, the threat that has been brought upon us by those who should have been our protectors, those who we trusted to keep our nations safe? We have been subverted, too much and for too long……. men who agreed with me at the pub about immigration and islamification, derided me for voting BNP in the recent Euro’s.

    There was no great clash or fight, one pulled a knife, just far enough out of his pocket to show me that they were capable of bloodshed, and the others words were filled with hatred. I have yet to report this undoubted hate crime to the police. I know I should, but I was threatened both physically and verbally, as well as with weapons. It’s just I know what would happen: I would get indicted for a hate crime, just for knowing what an arabic word was, and the perps would get away scott free.

    Sorry for my drunking and raging ramblings!

  3. ^ sorry about the seemingly incoherent rant n rave above……. I still can’t get my head around haveing a knife pulled out on me…… my mind is literally swimming!!

  4. Keep being true to yourself Davey Crockett..at least on this site you will find like minded people. It sounds as if many people believe what they read in the papers re the bnp . Keep safe.

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