Is Europe waking up from its multi-cultural inebriation?

Austrian MP Ewald Stadler speaks to the position of the Turkish Ambassador and tells off some of his colleagues. During this, he addresses the lack of outrage when Catholic Archbishop Luigi Padovese was killed in Turkey and mentions the priests who have been killed. Stadler is certainly not an indifferent Catholic! … [Read more...]

Srdja Trifkovic: Ground Zero Mosque: Correcting the Non-Debate

Source: Chronicles of Culture Excerpts from a speech at Providence College given on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010. Two sets of fallacies have dominated the mainstream debate about the Ground Zero mosque—and before we go any further, let’s get this straight: it is a mosque, frantic insistence by the Qusling elite to use one euphemistic misnomer or another notwithstanding. This means it is not merely … [Read more...]

Don’t be fooled…

Frontpage Magazine has an off the record recording of Imam Feisal Abdel Rauf Cordoba Mosque Imam and ostensible "bridge-builder" between Christian and Muslim cultures (the bridge he wants to build is one that reaches back to the VIII Century) that reveals that Rauf is using the 9/11 catastrophe exactly in terms his critics charged: as victory for Islam. Video below with some text. Read the … [Read more...]

Colson: A Bad Idea “International Burn a Koran Day”

Source: Breakpoint Listen here: September 08, 2010 Pastor Terry Jones’s thoughts about Islam are simple and direct. The title of his book says it all: Islam is of the Devil. The same thought is on a sign outside of his church, the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Florida, and on the T-shirts and coffee mugs the church sells. In order to raise greater awareness of the … [Read more...]

Michael Rubin: Turkey on the Brink

Recently, American Enterprise Institute scholar Michael Rubin addressed a luncheon on Capitol Hill and gave a master class on the devolution of the once-secular state of Turkey into the swamp of Islamism with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his party. … [Read more...]

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