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Islamophobia Is Historically Justified

Posted by picard578 on February 17, 2017

“Phobia” means “fear”, whereas “phillia” means “love”. Islamophobia – fear of Islam – is historically and logically justified. To fear something dangerous is only logical, and cannot be called hate. Conversely, Islamophillia is a type of the Stockholm syndrome that the Left has long engaged in. It is not generally spoken about, but mainstream Left has a tendency to worship mass murderers – much like radical Right and radical Left. This is seen though many T-shirts with image of mass murdered Fidel Castro being sold. Has anyone seen T-shirts with Adolf Hitler or Ante Pavelic? Probably not. So Prophet Muhammad is merely one in a pantheon of mass murderers being worshipped by modern West, from Constantine the Great to Napoleon.

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With Islam, As With All: No Maximal Context, No Maximally Wise Truth:

Christianism, whatever its merit, was a horrendous system of ideas. Getting rid of its rule is how we should define the end of the Middle Ages. However, all along, Christianism was rarely the master. Roman secular law, was the basic organizing principle (at least for the Franks, and their paraconsistent Salic law, written by Roman lawyers; it’s this legal superiority which empowered the imperial supremacy of the Franks, ultimately.)

When Muhammad took control of Mecca, he had to concede that Mecca’s main industry, religion, would be preserved. That required him to preserve some element of the Pagan religion prior, with its 360 deities, presided by the Moon. Hence the symbolic role of the Moon in Islam. We of course love the Moon, mosques, and even a few ideas of Islam... When Muhammad took control of Mecca, he had to concede that Mecca’s main industry, religion, would be preserved. That required him to preserve some element of the Pagan religion prior, with its 360 deities, presided by the Moon. Hence the symbolic role of the Moon in Islam. We of course love the Moon, mosques, and even a few ideas of Islam…

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Why I’m conservative rather than libertarian

Posted by picard578 on February 15, 2017

This would more or less apply to myself as well. In fact, Croatian conservativism has long had a social component, having developed in predominantly rural 19th century Croatia where cooperation was the key for survival. While accepting of the principles of individual independence and responsibility, Croatian conservativism also demands a high measure of social responsibility – towards one’s own family, people and the country. In Croatia, it is generally the Left who are socially irresponsible – a problem made that much worse by the fact that both major parties (SDP and HDZ) are leftist neocommunist parties deeply rooted into Titoism.

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I firmly support the need to emphasizecommon ground, rather than differences when collaborating with individuals of differing ideologies.

So whilst constructive dialogueis important, andI consider parts of conservatismand libertarianism essentialto my own ideology, I am first and foremosta conservative person.

This is not to state that I am incapable of changing my positions on issues over time, but for now I have a firmly rooted, mostly conservativeset of beliefs.

But why is that?

Upon reflection, the primary reason I was drawn to conservatism, was my beliefin being part of a broader collective. Yes, I favour lower taxes, private property rights, some libertarian principles, and am waryof the dangers governmental overreach can pose.

But from a young age, it wasn’t economic growth, or individualism that really graspedmy fascination.

Instead, my passion for preserving our great country emerged, as well as forpromoting the traditional order whichdeveloped modern Australia.

In all my travels…

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Survival of the luckiest

Posted by picard578 on January 21, 2017

Darwin’s theory of evolution holds that the living being evolve through natural selection. More adaptable and superior species survive, and less adaptable species perish. Thus evolution within various species – how well they adapt to changes in the environment – has a decisive impact to evolution of the species. In the end, better adapted and more capable species survive, and the ultimate and inevitable product of evolutionary progress are modern humans. This theory has also been adapted by various social ideologies (Social Darwinism), such as Nazism and neoliberalism. Read the rest of this entry »

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Czech Republic has the right idea

Posted by picard578 on January 10, 2017

Czechs are smarter than the brainwashed Western Europe. Groups of apes have always been killing each others and this has not changed when apes evolved into humans. That is why multiculturalism does not work. And Islam is the ultimate war ideology, one which encourages its followers to kill everybody else. So Europe has to prepare for war for its very survival.

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In contrast to the failures of Western Europe, the Czech Republic still has some good sense, in speaking candidly about how to deal with the Islamist threat.

“Czech government tells its citizens how to fight terrorists: Shoot them yourselves”, Washington Post, January 5, 2016:

A couple of months ago, Czech President Milos Zeman made an unusual request: He urged citizens to arm themselves against a possible “super-Holocaust” carried out by Muslim terrorists.
Never mind that there are fewer than 4,000 Muslims in this country of 10 million people — gun purchases spiked. One shop owner in East Bohemia, a region in the northern center of the Czech Republic, told a local paper that people were scared of a “wave of Islamists.”
Now the country’s interior ministry is pushing a constitutional change that would let citizens use guns against terrorists. Proponents say this could save lives if an attack occurs…

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How the Crusades Saved Europe

Posted by picard578 on January 7, 2017

Crusades saved Europe from being conquered by the most lethal ideology in history – Islam. Unlike islamic jihad, Crusades were not offensive wars of conquest, nor they were religious extremism or fanaticism. They were a defensive response to a life-threatening situation.

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How the Crusades Saved Europe

The Battle of Vienna, September Eleven 1683 (movie)

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TRUMPED BY TRUTH

Posted by picard578 on December 23, 2016

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Trump is the just deserts Obama deserved. It’s bitter sweet, for me. Truth has compelled me, over the years, to say rather unpleasant things about Obama’s deplorable reign. The reign of “cool” was a new wave hubris..

Trump, unwittingly parroting me, said that Obama “maybe the worst president the USA” ever knew. I said this years ago. It was not quite true. I was trying to wake Obama up. Actually Bill Clinton was worse.

It was bitter to say such nasty things, however supported by the veracity of graphs they were, because I used to have so much hope in Obama. And he squandered his presidency away, due to his youth, lack of experience, lack of ferocity, and lack of heroism (to put it mildly). Obama is smart: his words sound often like those I would proferr. However he ruled as a roi fainéant (a French notion which…

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Open anti- white sentiment

Posted by picard578 on December 22, 2016

Everyone can hear about conservative anti-black racism, anti-Muslim racism (even though Islam is a political ideology, not a race), but anti-white racism is fairly extant and strong, particularly in progressive circles, yet it is hardly ever talked about.

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In this era of tolerance, the only group that can be acceptably be ridiculed, criticized and mocked based on racial origins, are white people.

Routinely, the customs and norms of white people are openly derided in public spheres, while minorities remain sacred cows.

Any criticism of minority ethnic groups is instantly regarded as racist, while the taunts aimed at white people are seldom taken seriously.

In fact, being a white, heterosexual male, means that you have no noted victim card to call upon in political debate. It is also difficult if not impossible, for a person to be racist, bigoted or hateful in their behaviour towards you.

Am I saying that white people are some sort of persecuted minority? No.

Am I saying that the historic maltreatment of ethnic minorities was insignificant? No.

Or am I arguing that the slurs directed towards white people should be disallowed by law? No.

But in a time in…

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On Vatican and science – the myth of Catholic irrationality

Posted by picard578 on December 21, 2016

Vatican is often seen in a popular belief as being anti-science, in a typical dichotomy of faith and science. Yet faith is not necessarily against science, and science itself requires faith (in people, scientists, scientific process, etc.). While some Christians are indeed against science, and there are religions that are extremely hostile to science, neither Christianity as such nor Vatican were inherently against science. Vatican in particular always had an attitude of “God can do anything, so anything is possible”. And this, as crazy as it sounds, includes alien life. In fact, the idea that God had created an orderly world gave rise to science (even in polytheistic religions, so that is not exclusive to monotheistic religions). If God had created the world, He made laws, and humans are duty-bound to understand those laws so they could fully live as the God commands. If the world is not intelligible and orderly, there is no point in trying to understand the laws because there are no laws. Romans and Greeks did not develop modern science because the world was at whims of a bunch of rabid gods, so studying natural laws made no sense; Islam today presents the same problem, except with one god instead of many. Church infallibility only ever applied to official teachings of faith and morals; it never applied to “wordly” matters such as science. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why an apologist argument to the Ohio attack is fallacious

Posted by picard578 on November 30, 2016

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As I reported on earlier today, a terrorist attack occurred in Ohio State University in which a Somali refugee ran into pedestrians with his car, and then proceeded to continue the attack using a knife. Luckily, a police officer was near the scene, and shot the terrorist dead before more damage could be inflicted.

However, I predict that Islamopologist Leftists are already salivating at the justification the refugee seemingly gave.

In a Facebook post, the refugee who went by the name of Abdul Razak Ali Artan, wrote: “I am sick and tired of seeing [Muslims] killed & tortured EVERYWHERE. … I can’t take it anymore.”

In another post, he proclaimed; “I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I’m a Muslim, it’s not what the media portrays me to be.”

If this reasoning were to be taken literally and in isolation, one would…

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Islamic Terrorists not Poor and Illiterate, but Rich and Educated

Posted by picard578 on November 30, 2016

Causes of islamic terrorism are ideological, not social or economic. Islam is in state of war against the West and againt the whole of civilization, and has been for the past 1.400 years. Unless we recognize that, we are going to lose the war.

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“Islamic Terrorists no Poor and Illiterate, but Rich and Educated”, Gatestone Institute, November 19, 2016:

“There is a stereotype that young people from Europe who leave for Syria are victims of a society that does not accept them and does not offer them sufficient opportunities… Another common stereotype in the debate in Belgium is that, despite research which refutes this, radicalization is still far too often misunderstood as a process resulting from failed integration… I therefore dare say that the better young people are integrated, the greater the chance is that they radicalize. This hypothesis is supported by a lot of evidence.”

That was the result of extremely important Dutch research, led by a group of academics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Terrorists seem to be models of successful integration: for instance, Mohammed Bouyeri, the Moroccan-Dutch terrorist who shot the filmmaker Theo van Gogh to death, then stabbed…

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