Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The True and Irredeemable Nature of Islam: Violent, Barbaric, at War With All Mankind

The Washington Times has a great article on what the great western thinkers of the past thought about Islam.  What they thought is what I think, and have preached nonstop since I started this blog in 2006.  Is that because I am another great western thinker?  No, I am a common sense kind of guy who is able to perceive the gist of many problems, and Islam is a long-time problem for world peace.

The Washington Times quotes Betrand Russell, Winston Churchill, Teddy Roosevelt, Alexis de Tocqueville, John Quincy Adams, Professor George Bush of NYU (1830), Thomas Jefferson and John Wesley.   They all say the same thing:  Islam is irredeemably violent, savage, focused on conquest and aggression, and whose influence is to retard human progress rather than advancing civilization.

Read it here.

Hat tip to Galliawatch.


Always On Watch said...


However, the whitewash of Islam continues apace.

I'm fighting a losing battle trying even to get some of my friends to wake the hell up!

Stogie Chomper said...

Denial is always a problem when confronting dangerous foes. There is a false security in believing that, if we just ignore it all, it will all go away.

Adobe_Walls said...

Daniel Greenfield@Sultan Knish often writes about the vile and despicable creature masquerading as religion. From today "The instability of the Muslim world is tied to this essential lawlessness. For all the proliferation of scholars and clerics, the second-hand legalisms cobbled together from Jewish and Greek law, the essential foundation of Muslim civilizations is in the drug-peddling Taliban raiders and the Shiite militias in Iraq and Lebanon. Islamic law is a convenience that enshrines the force of the bandit into religious law."
One should stop by his place daily.

Stogie Chomper said...

Excellent quote. I love Greenfield's essays; he is an excellent thinker and writer.