"Arabic is the Language of the Future!"

Arabic is part of the Islamic Imperial project


Obama is flooding the  U.S. with Muslims. Arabic is the #1 language spoken by “refugees” admitted to the U.S. under Obama’s reign.

Arabic is more than a language. It is explicated the language of Islam, so in that sense it is part of the Islamic religious imperial project. Radical Islam advances through the Arabic language. And you go all kinds of places that aren’t in the Arab world now, like Pakistan, Indonesia, Central Asia, the Balkans, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Canada and the United States, and you will hear those Imams preaching in Arabic. Arabic is not just another language like French or Italian, it is the spearhead of an ideological project that is deeply opposed to the United States. (Pamela Geller)



Freedom Sack Advocates do not understand the fuss around segregation, which, they claim, is entirely voluntary.

“If I had two sweets – one wrapped and one unwrapped – and threw them in a bin, which one would you pick out and eat?”

imagesThere is defiance here to maintain the status quo, no matter what the Prime Minister or anybody else says.

Women at the back, men at the front; united in faith – and divided by everything else.

Islamic preachers: the pied pipers of sexual apartheid?  (Esmerelda Weatherwax)

Thanks to Mullah:

 Boris Johnson, Mayor of Londonistan,  dhimmi creep, Islamophiliac and bootlicker for Islamic despots, visits the mythical al Andalus


He even claims Muselmanic ancestors, (spit!)

Spain and its Islamic past

Johnson is a lunatic. 
Back to reality:

2 thoughts on “"Arabic is the Language of the Future!"”

  1. Sheik,

    ..You had me going there for a sec, but as you know, the Sarkozy article is from 2008… that’s the sort of thing I’m sure most of your followers would appreciate being denoted in the header –

    Sarkozy went there: “Arabic Is the Language of the Future” (2008)

    I would otherwise like to commend you on the great work you do, please keep it up and all the best to you and yours, -AG

  2. “If I had two sweets – one wrapped and one unwrapped – and threw them in a bin”, which one do you think would climb out and kick me in the balls?

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