Islam: A Religion of Peace?

Dan Molyneux, Star Tribune, June 22, 2014

After the Sept. 11 attacks it was said, “Islam is a religion of peace.” Some version of this phrase is repeated again with each new attack. It appears to be based upon the belief that all religions are peaceful and the same.

The truth is, all religions are not the same. Some are more militaristic than others. Islam has many good and peaceful attributes, and millions of Muslims condemn violence and terrorism. However, the focus upon jihad (holy war or struggle) is unique among the world’s largest religions.

Islam’s founding was the most militaristic of all the world’s major religions. Mohammed, the ruler of Medina, conquered Mecca and then Arabia. His immediate successors, called caliphs, led Muslim armies to conquer predominately Christian lands throughout the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia. Jihadist armies conquered Spain, then moved into France, their advance stopped at the Battle of Tours just south of Paris. Later, Islamic armies conquered much of Eastern Europe, reaching Vienna before they were stopped.

Today, ISIS jihadists have conquered much of Iraq and are completing the genocide of Christians in the regions they control using crucifixions and beheadings. The Jewish Museum in Brussels was attacked on May 24, killing four. Mehdi Nemmouche, an Islamist carrying ISIS materials, was arrested for the crime. In June, the Karachi airport in Pakistan was attacked by the Taliban killing at least 36. During May, Uighur Islamists killed 31 in China and wounded 90. Large numbers of churches are being burned and thousands of Christians murdered by Muslim extremists in Syria, Iraq, and Egypt. The Boston bombers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, were Chechen jihadists. Boko Haram Islamists have killed thousands in Nigeria, the kidnapping of 300 Christian girls and their forced conversion to Islam is merely a recent atrocity. In May, a pregnant woman was sentenced to death by a Sudanese court under sharia law because she married a Christian and refused to embrace Islam. Islamist suicide bombings have killed tens of thousands in Iraq and Afghanistan. Jihadists committed the Madrid train bombings, killing 191 and injuring 2,050. Islamist terrorists set off the London bombings killing 56 and injuring 700. Film director Theo Van Gogh was murdered on an Amsterdam street by a Moroccan Islamist because of his documentary supporting civil rights for Muslim women. The list seems endless.

A 2007 Pew survey showed 13 percent of American Muslims believed suicide bombings are justified in some circumstances, and 15 percent had at least a somewhat positive view of al-Qaida. Jihadism is a problem everywhere.

One of the stated jihadist goals is the creation of a global caliphate governed by sharia law. This is not limited to al-Qaida, but includes millions of Islamist fundamentalists primarily belonging to Wahhabi and Shiite sects.

Members of any religion are capable of horrendous violence and evil, but can you recall a Jewish, Buddhist, or Roman Catholic suicide bomber who murdered hundreds of innocent people to honor their god?


Just as Marxist philosophy does not accept western democratic principles but seeks the overthrow of freedoms, so too Islamist fundamentalists do not respect Western democracy but seek to impose an Islamic state. Peaceful co-existence between Islamist fundamentalism and Western democracy is not possible.


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  • I’d love to be able to let things go and let ISIS overrun the Arab world in order to show the world the consequences of neoconservatism and “DUH-mocracy Projects.”

    But we can’t just be so hands off. It’s ISIS, so extreme that not even AQ wanted anything to do with them. We can’t let them have a whole country. Not even the Towelie-bahn had all of Afghanistan at its pre-9/11 peak, it had power only in the Pashtun parts of the country.

    The only saving grace is that ISIS may overextend itself, it probably doesn’t have the ability to run a whole country.

    • The Verdict of History

      Please see my comment on the article about giving “Multi-culturalism”…

      I am with John Derbyshire on the question of Near East foreign policy.

      Let the Shiite extremists and Sunni extremists slaughter each other in earnest.

      It demonstrates that diversity fails, that we ought not allow them in Western countries, and that our dealings with this part of the world ought to be strictly energy-commercial.

      • DonReynolds

        Very good comment.

      • Shadow

        “…Let the Shiite extremists and Sunni extremists slaughter each other in earnest.We ought to be as hands off as possible.Let the disaster continue”…

        I agree 100%.Her other faults notwithstanding,Sarah Palin was correct when she declared that we should “let Allah sort them out”.The more preoccupied they are with killing each other,the less concerned they will be with trying to kill any of us.

        As far as I’m concerned,the only good Muslims are dead Muslims!

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Iraq was never ours to save. All U.S Presidents should have adhered to Reagan doctrine. Let Iraq and Iran weaken each other naturally. When one side hobbles, prop them up. When the other starts falling behind–same. Had that doctrine been adhered to for the last 30 years that area would be nearly unpopulated by now.

      • SFLBIB

        I don’t think it is a question of saving Iraq but keeping terrorism from spreading.

        • DonReynolds

          That is what national borders are for, else you end up siding with one or the other in a civil war.

          • SFLBIB

            National borders are like treason: they are obsolete because no one wants to do anything about them.

    • Bossman

      Isn’t ISIS also the name of the old Egyptian goddess? I’m sure somewhere along the line they will change that name to something else. They would all be better off worshiping the goddess Isis.

      • Nimadan

        Yes, Isis is the name of an old Egyptian goddess. Isis is also the name of a goddess figure still worshipped among the network of small, secretive cults collectively known as “the occult”. Which would be an utterly trivial factoid, except these cults seem to be operating freely among the globalist overclass.

        I’ll stop there since Amren isn’t that kind of site, but if you’re
        interested in a wild ride, search: “Statue of Liberty is Isis”

        • Bossman

          You could be right about that. Worshiping Isis would be more life affirming for everybody.

      • Stephen Wordsworth

        ISIS is an abreviation of the English translation of there name. But the word they use for Syria is an old word which means Greater Syria so many think the Levant is a more accurate translation, which is why you may also of heard them called ISIL.

    • jayvbellis

      Another saving grace was/is secular military forces in Syria, Egypt and Turkey.

      Secular military took over in Egypt and won, over through bad democracy where Muslim Brotherhood won.

      When in doubt, follow Putin’s Russia’s lead.

      Putin’s Russia is strongly for Assad secular military rule in Syria.

      • Here’s the original article which shaped my opinion above:

        warontherocks (dot) com/2014/06/isis-this-too-shall-pass/

        The long and short of that is that ISIS is doing things which most evil jihadists long ago concluded are dead ends, compared to their current strategy of laying low and committing individual “death by a thousand knife cuts” terrorist attacks against their enemies.

    • DonReynolds

      We thought exactly the same thing about the Islamist Revolution in Iran back in the 1970s. We were right, of course…..they are crummy at nation building. But they are able to defend their territory effectively and create some sort of society, no matter what we think about it.

  • phorning

    I saw Star-Tribune, thought of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and nearly fell out of my chair. I should have known they would never run such a sensible critique of the “Religion of Peace.” Still, it’s good for the Casper Star-Tribune to run this.

  • NoMosqueHere

    Islam has many good and peaceful attributes…..


    Like what?

    • DonReynolds

      That would be peaceful coexistence…..and it would work, if only they would agree to it. Unfortunately, they are not so easily seduced by peace. They intend to dominate the world…..that means everywhere……and that means here too. So no such agreement is possible, especially with a religion that teaches it is perfectly OK to lie and cheat and break agreements with infidels.
      But they leave you with three choices… can die, you can convert to Islam, or you can submit to their domination. None of which appeal to me (or anyone I know). That means the conflict with Islam is a matter of survival. So be it.

      • phorning

        You are correct. The last sentence in Mr. Molyneux’s column could be improved. All of Islam and Western Civilization are incompatible.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Yes, they are diametrically opposing ideologies. It’s you or me.

        • Zimriel

          All of Islam and *all civilisations* are incompatible. Look what they did in India. Heck, even the An Lushan rebellion in China was a knock-on effect of the disaster at Talas.

        • Terra Magnum Imperium

          Agreed, from what I am seeing Islam isn’t even compatible with Islam.

      • Pro_Whitey

        Not long after the September 11 attacks, I recall someone saying that there are no good muslims, just lazy ones. My observations in the years since have only affirmed that statement.

        • PvtCharlieSlate

          Regarding “good Muslims”: a famous observation attributed to Gen. Phil Sheridan comes to mind.

      • Nonhumans

        It won’t be an issue of survival, it will be an issue of us or them. I do not intend to go quietly into the night. Especially not to some primitive and deluded (false) religious zealots.

    • Zimriel

      That’s pretty much my opinion on, say, China; which I hope is also China’s opinion on us white people and Near-Eastern / Eurasian fringes.

      Unfortunately Islam isn’t China. Islam is expansionist and violent. Just *saying* “they should stay out” [of the West] might be accepted, in China, these days; just like most of us aren’t all that keen on packing up and moving to Harbin. (Allowing for the occasional exceptional crossover; I follow Derb in accepting cross-pollination of elites.)

      But mere sentiment won’t work for the religion of jihad. We in the West have to do something about this.

    • SFLBIB

      Chamberlain thought Munich was a fair deal, too.

      …I want to say that the settlement of the Czechoslovak problem which has now been achieved is, in my view, only a prelude to a larger settlement in which all Europe may find peace. – 30 September 1938

      I got the impression he [Hitler] could be trusted.

      Everything would have worked fine if only Hitler hadn’t lied to me. [Reported to have been said on his deathbed, Nov., 1940.]

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Islam is a religion of many things.

    For example, Islam is a religion of suicide bombing, jihad, child sexual abuse, homosexuality, incest, bestiality, female genital mutilation, inbreeding and genetic defects, low IQ, mental retardation, domestic violence against women, gang rape, stoning, chopping off hands and many other “enlightened” practices.

    But one thing it isn’t is a religion of peace.

    • NoMosqueHere

      And their cuisine is horrible as well. LO.

      • Sick of it

        Their hatred of the pig limits their culinary development.

    • rightrightright

      And they take pleasure in torturing animals, often dogs. The ‘sport’ of dog fighting has burgeoned in England since the moslem hordes arrived.

    • Annabelle Pettyjohn

      The Jewish barbaric practice of circumcision was forced on the white man so that Jews could hide within our race. The Jews are just as violent as the Muslims but have become very sophisticated.

  • Brady

    The only period of peace between the West and Islam was when the Islamic world had its neck firmly under the boot of European colonialism.

    • DonReynolds

      I disagree. Even when occupied by Christian armies, there was no peace.
      The occupying forces were subject to constant tribal warfare.

      • Sick of it

        And an occasional Mahdi.

  • Tarczan

    “After the Sept. 11 attacks it was said, “Islam is a religion of peace.”

    It was said by George Bush and as time goes by I revile him more. The real crisis let go to waste was 9/11. Bush could have done anything. He could of closed the borders, investigated Islam under RICO, thrown out all the illegals, and when he had Osama cornered in the mountains he could have dropped a small tactical nuke on the whole bunch. This would have been a message that all of Islam would understand.

    Instead he established a draconian homeland Security Department, opened the borders more, tied the hands of the military under some weird sense of fairness, went on a mission to establish democracy in two third world hell holes which killed thousands of American boys (mostly white) and bankrupted the country.

    And as his final legacy act, he appointed John Roberts, who was got to by the Obama thugs.

    Bush enabled Obama, who is far worse, but at least we knew who Obama is.

    In 1980 we were the largest creditor nation, today we are the largest debtor nation. Quite an accomplishment.

    • Pro_Whitey

      Yes, the Bushes, the Elder and the Younger, grow more loathsome in retrospect. And to think people are promoting Jeb Bush for president in 2016. It’s like a dog returning to its vomit.

    • Kenner

      The one thing I expected after nine-eleven was the end of Muslim immigration. I should have known…

      • ThomasER916

        The Culture of Critique wanted more Muslim immigration. They weren’t done with us yet because we were still here.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Inside job.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Would the borders be so open if the government/Homeland Security was really seriously concerned with terrorism? The spectacle in Boston last year is still more proof that they’re too busy pulling their puds, looking at 17 year old girls e-mails and facebook accounts to trouble themselves with Saudi Arabian terrorists. USS Liberty is something that Israel has never had to answer for and that was almost 50 years ago. We’ve been occupied by terrorists for a long time but the terrorists are and have been well known by our rulers.

    • Tarczan

      I also think Bush was very patriotic, unlike Obama, it’s just that his brain was infused with the beliefs of multiculturalism. he was also not an idiot, but he couldn’t see things as they are because of his belief system.

      The mess we are in today is the result. The years ahead are going to be pretty rough unless something turns around Obama and his legions. About the time O leaves office it will really heat up, both economically and globally.

      • jayvbellis

        Tarczan Tarczan • 3 hours ago
        I also think Bush was very patriotic, unlike Obama, it’s just that his brain was infused with ….”

        (I will finish)

        Alcohol brain damage from his wasted College frat boy years at Yale University , where he was a male cheer leader!

        Has anyone else noticed that George Dubya Bush is a virtual identical twin of “Jethro” of the Beverley Hillbillies TV show?

  • JohnEngelman

    I have the Koran three times in as many English translations. It is full of passages like this:

    Surah II, 6,7 As for the disbelievers, whether thou warn them or thou warn them not it is all one for them; they believe not. Allah has sealed their hearing and their hearts, and on there eyes there is a covering. Theirs will be an awful doom.

    Surah IV, 74 Let those fight in the way of Allah who sell the life of this world for the other. Whoso fightest in the way of Allah be he slain or be he victorious, on him We shall bestow a vast reward.

    Surah IV, 104 Relent not in pursuit of the enemy. If ye are suffering, lo! they suffer even as ye suffer and ye hope form Allah that for which they cannot hope. Allah is ever Knower, Wise.

    Suurah V The only reward of those who make war upon Allah and His messenger and strive after corruption in the land will be that they will be killed or crucifie, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or will be expelled out fo the land. Such will be their degradation in the world and in the Hereafter theirs will be an awful doom.

    Surah VII How many a township have We destroyed! As a raid by night, or while they slept at noon. Our terror came unto them.

    • Bossman

      I too have read the Koran (Qur’an). It is a violent book with lots of threats to unbelievers. I still don’t know who the She-camel of Allah is.

      • JohnEngelman

        Nothing in the New Testament commands violence on behalf of the faith, or even suggests that it is acceptable.

        • Very true. When a Christian murders someone in the name of Christ, he violates the teachings and example of Jesus Himself.

          On the other hand, when a muslim kills someone in the name of Muhammad (may pig piss eternally rain on him) or Allah, they are doing precisely what the Quran teaches and which Muhammad (may even more pig piss rain on him) himself modeled before his followers.

        • Zimriel

          Christianity has just-war theory; but makes very clear that it’s not to be done lightly, and only to save Christians and never to force Christianity upon the infidel.

          • The Verdict of History

            And just war theory was propagated by Augustine and not jesus…

          • Terra Magnum Imperium

            What!!! Many people in the past were converted by the sword If you read the bible you would see that it supported much of this violence.
            After all I don’t use the term Vampire Cult lightly because on so many levels it applies to Christianity.
            Personally, I find the triad ridicules: I sacrificed myself, to myself, to save you from myself. Whites whom have higher IQ’s then most races should recognize fables for what they are…

          • ThomasER916

            Many Whites claim to have higher IQ’s. In reality, they’re just ethno-masochists.

          • saxonsun

            Good post–so true. How is it possible that anyone could accept the crap in the Bible as reality?!

          • Veni Vidi Vici

            While I may debate anyone who thinks that the bible is divinely inspired but I am still fascinated by it. The Bible is probably one only piece of ancient literature that most Americans have on their bookshelves and it encourages people whom actually read it to learn about history even if it is fables…

          • RisingReich

            Engleman is talking about the NEW Testsment, not the Old.

          • JohnEngelman

            Even the just war theory is not justified in the New Testament.

          • Religion and matters of state should have nothing to do with each other. Religion by definition is a very private, personal matter, while state acts are necessarily public.

      • Shadow

        “…I still don’t know who the She-camel of Allah is.”

        That would be Mohammed herself;and “she” loved it up the a**!

      • Zimriel

        John of Damascus – ironically, a Christian opponent of Islam – offers about the only summary that makes sense. In his version – which is probably from a deleted sura – it’s like the Goose That Laid The Golden Eggs. God sends the camel to Thamud, the camel gives milk, the Thamud kill it, the Thamud die out, yadda yadda.

        The Qur’an first alludes to it (Q 17), then sticks a prophet (Salih) onto it (Q 7, 11, 26), then tells a story of Salih without it (Q 27, 41). As I said: if you’re looking for something that makes sense, don’t read the Qur’an.

        • Bossman

          Thanks for that bit of information.

  • MekongDelta69

    I’ve always said, it’s a religion of PIECES.

  • Taqiyya. Muslims must lie to please Allah. Look up the word and always remember it when dealing with a muzzie. they are all jihadists, but are instructed not to admit it.


    In Islam taqiyya تقية (alternative spellings taqiyeh, taqiya, taqiyah, tuqyah) is a form of religious dissimulation,[1] or a legal dispensation whereby a believing individual can deny his faith or commit otherwise illegal or blasphemous acts while they are at risk of significant persecution

    • Sick of it

      Perhaps it would be better to call Islam the religion of lies.

      • Oh, that’s gotta be Judaism there. Maybe Islam could be called the Religion of Pieces or something but someone else already has the market cornered on lies.

    • Löwenmensch ᛟ

      Babylonian Talmud; Baba Kamma 113a. Jews may use lies (“subterfuges”) to circumvent a Gentile.
      But really Islam is just Judaism for sand jiggers

  • Long Live Dixie

    Peaceful co-existence between Islamist fundamentalism and Western democracy is not possible.

    There’s the problem right there. Western liberalism (democracy being one of its manifestations) is not going to muster the courage or the will to throw millions of Muslims out of Europe.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Yeah, it’s really a case of liberal projection. No conservative ever had such a foolish notion.

    • Americans and Russians could do it.

      • RisingReich

        I would relish the opportunity to help and participate in such efforts. Its about all I have left.
        Despite my better than miserable station in life and my best efforts I simply cannot find the love of a White woman much less have a family. I have a great career that secretly I realize only feeds the beast. My WWII vet Father seems to be the last person on Earth who understands me and I have limited time with him being 88. I live in a country that hates me.

        My family has occupied and owned this corner of my neighborhood for over 30 years now and it became clear last night we’ve lost everything. I couldn’t make it through a bag of 8 legal (read boring) firecrackers before I had a fire engine and a neighbor hang wringing and complaining about her poor dog.

        Even when I follow the rules somehow I’m offending someone or some gd ideal even when I’m trying to do the right thing.

        I went to bed last night loathing my existance.

  • MBlanc46

    Literally, Islam is the religion of submission. The Arabic for “submission” and the Arabic for “peace” share the same three-consonant stem “slm” so I imagine there is some fundamental association, but I’m not an Arabic speaker, so I don’t know the details. In any case, from the time of Muhammad (pbuh), except for Jews and Christians (the people of the book), all those who fell under the domination of the Muslims were to be offered the alternatives of “Islam or the sword”.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Much like those wonderfully peaceful people to our south who offer:
      “Silver or Lead”.

      • MBlanc46

        To be even-handed, it’s pretty much the alternative that Clovis offered those he conquered after he converted to Christianity.

  • IstvanIN

    They are not suited to a republican form of government. I am amazed the few remaining monarchs remain. For the most part they need a strong man to keep them in line.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    Sanity at last! Religions are not all the same. Races are not all the same. Men and woman are not the same. Pretending otherwise is nothing short of idiocy.

  • Zimriel

    My grandfather was stationed at Hebron in mid 1940s Mandate Palestine. He had to clean up the mess after the Mufti had cleared out the professed Jews (who by the way were Mizrahi who had been there since Jesus – these aren’t the Ashkenaz Zionist immigrants everyone loves to hate, but, meh).

    It turned out that the Mufti had overlooked some “Marrano” Muslim families there. The Muz went after them next. Granddad had to, somehow, put a lid on their little Inquisition. When the Israelis blasted back to Hebron in ’68 and installed a “settlement”… well… I don’t think many tears were shed at my grandfather’s house.

  • Shadow

    Claiming that Islam is a “religion of peace”,is as accurate as saying that Obama is a blond surfer dude from Malibu,California.

  • ThomasER916

    “Islam has many good and peaceful attributes…”

    Seriously, STFU already. We have enough apologists.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Agreed. It’s a complete gutter religion. No need to cherry-pick the good parts. There aren’t any. Some camel jockey named Mohamed ate a peyote button he found in a cave–and a religion was born. Not unlike the Church of Scientology: a collection of crackpots for the purpose of tax shelters and shelter from criticism.

      • saxonsun


        • AndrewInterrupted

          Aren’t you our LGBTQ component? What is your opinion on the state of the grievance industry? You wouldn’t be here if you were a diversity pan handler. Or was it kikz? I forget.

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  • jayvbellis

    Finally some good , strong writing from Wyoming and Montana!

    I felt we would be forever cursed with rambling essays of race denying “Constitutionalists” from out there.

  • jayvbellis

    Texans can and will fight for the right to enjoy BBQ pork and drink beer, both forbidden by “The Religion of Peace”!

    Contact all pork industry people and those working in the beer brewing business.

    OK , this is a very easy sell, much easier than trying to get blue collar White union Construction Workers to embrace Austrian style free market economics!

    Let’s put together a list of the major Islamic holidays and then plan BBQ Pork and beer parties. The French do this in unique French ways, taunting prostrate Muslims with sausage and French Wine.

  • jayvbellis

    Muslim rapists, Muslim no go zones for Whites are the Gods ultimate punishment of anti White PC Liberals like those in oh so PC Lib Minnesota or the Guardian newspaper in not so Merry old England.

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    Political coup November 22, 1963

    Another point of
    view…..time is of the essence.

    If we remain on the path
    we are going the destiny of America is parallel to the destiny of Russia. The
    Jews provoked the Russian Revolution. What a cataclysmic disaster the
    revolution was for Russia and the world! Were the Jews incapable of fore seeing
    the outcome of their actions or was the USSR what the Jews wanted for Russia
    and the world? What will be the future of America, Europe, Australia and
    Canada? The Western world is being deconstructed by the Jews just as Russia was
    destroyed by the Jews, what will be our future? Will we have a future?

    To stop the Jews we must
    convince the decent Jews of the world to stop their fellow Jews. Harry Pottery
    is an allegory of the good Jews versus the evil Jews. Our only hope is that the
    decent Jews of the world will stop the insanity. Whites are powerless to stand
    against the tide of destiny.

    The frog in the boiling
    water metaphor.

    There were once a
    bunch of white Christian frogs existing as a majority in a homogeneous
    Christian world with our black brothers and sisters. The Jews the world did not
    want took refuge in our country and created the Utopia of Multiculturalism. The
    blacks and Jews got together and decided that white frogs were the evil majority
    who had oppressed the world and could not have the same opportunities as the
    Jews, the black frogs and the brown frogs. Laws were passed stripping the white
    frogs of all power. The Southern Poverty Law Center was established to make
    sure no white frog rebelled. Fox news was created to help the white frogs form
    politically correct attitudes. Rush and Glen helped the white frogs control
    their white anger. The Jews passed laws to immigrate only brown frogs into
    America. Oprah said all the old white frogs must die before we have the end of
    racism. Our African born black POTUS came from the land of Black Liberation
    Theology and totally agreed. The privileged white Jew, Tim Wise wrote books and
    gave lectures about the “evil weak- willed, genetically defective, culturally
    retarded white privileged European peasants frogs”…. The reasonable white frogs
    brought into the tyranny of Multiculturalism. You know the story.

    If you drop a frog in
    a pot of boiling water, it will of course frantically try to clamber out. But
    if you place it gently in a pot of tepid water and turn the heat on low, it
    will float there quite placidly. As the water gradually heats up, the frog will
    sink into a tranquil stupor, exactly like one of us in a hot bath, and before
    long, with a smile on its face, it will allow itself to be boiled to death.

    Version of the story
    from Daniel Quinn’s The Story of B

    As the heat is slowly
    turned up, something happens. One of the frogs looks around, and actually
    notices the heat. He begins analyzing and forecasting what this rising
    temperature means for his future. He jumps out of the pot and encourages others
    to do the same. While the others are afraid of the risk of leaving,
    he is afraid of the risk of becoming extinct due to inaction.
    (Copied from the website Patriot Page)

    The time is now, we
    either JUMP or DIE.

    This is the first time
    in the history of civilization that a majority population has given up its
    sovereignty without a bloody battle.

    God bless the shrewdness of the Jew. God bless
    the ignorance of Christianity. Without the story of Jesus, the Jews could not
    have pulled off this debacle.

    • ThomasER916

      The problem is you’re worried about “convincing the Jews.” Why? So they can create a new Museum at the expense of White taxpayers? Convince Whites. We built America, Australia, Rhodesia and South Africa from nothing. They sued us for it.