What Use Is Islam?

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, January 16, 2015

It doesn’t belong in the West.

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Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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  • What use is Islam? You got me.

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      The only remotely decent Muslim countries are Bosnia, Albania, and Turkey. All three would be far better off if they were Christian. Though the three have low murder rates and have produced very few terrorists, a comparison of quality of life to neighboring Christian lands is staggering. Turkey has a 66% literacy rate, and was still committing vicious genocide against the Armenians in the recent past. Albania and Bosnia are wretchedly impoverished when compared to Greece or Croatia.

      • Jon Robbins

        How come Christianity didn’t stop Germany from committing genocide?

        • Jon Robbins

          Hey, you two who are typing! You sure are taking a long time to answer a simple question!

        • Jerrybear

          The Nazi leadership wasn’t particularly Christian. They were Darwinists or Nordic pagan.

          • Jon Robbins

            The Turkish leadership under the Young Turks was oriented more to Turkish nationalism than Islam, a trend that culminated later under Ataturk. So does that excuse the Germans or the Turks or anyone else?

          • Jerrybear

            No. Who is excusing them?

          • Jon Robbins

            The point is that the Germans-weren’t-really-Christian argument can be applied to the Turks as well in regard to the charge of a “Muslim” genocide of the Armenians

          • Ace

            “Not Christian” covers a lot of territory. What motivates non-Christians is as varied as human psychopathy.

          • Randall Ward

            Not true. islam is not a religion, but is a ism like communism. It is a totaliarian system that controls everything, like what kind of water closet and light bulb one can use, opps, wrong country.

          • Dwight

            Which teachings of Christianity did they follow? It is strikingly simple to tell who is Christian and who isn’t. Crack open a Bible and start reading.

          • Anna Tree

            Christ never asked the Christians to kill Gypsies, communists or Jews so Hitler couldn’t use it as an excuse. On the contrary “prophet” mohamed ordered Muslims to kill or enslave non-Muslims and he himself killed, enslaved, raped many. And as he is the best man and THE model to follow for all mankind, all time and all places, you get even non-religious Muslim Turks genociding Christian Armenians: they didn’t genocide Muslim neighbors, they targeted the Armenians because they were Christians. Usually Muslims turn against each others only when there are not anymore or not many non-Muslims to kill first.

          • Jon Robbins

            Then why have the Turks targeted Kurds who are also Muslims?

          • Anna Tree

            I think: not many Christians left or/and different islamic cult and oil.

          • Jon Robbins

            What? Please retransmit. I don’t understand this response.

          • Jon Robbins

            What do you mean by “different Islamic cult?” Turks and Kurds are both overwhelmingly Sunni Muslims.

          • Bartek

            Perhaps the Germans felt they were loving their neighbor when they attempted to defend Europe from non-neighbor foreigners?

          • Sick of it

            Ahh, so that explains the Armenian Genocide. No wait…

          • saxonsun

            And those turds murdered 0ne million Greeks because they were Greek and Christian.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Excuse?

            Lol. Genocide is nothing special.

          • Don’t even reply to that. The Nazi era comprised only twelve years of German history. Americans and Europeans and even Germans after the war severely condemned it. End of story. And most Germans were kept ignorant of the atrocities committed. So don’t even reply to that.

          • Lygeia

            Actually, many Nazis converted to Islam and Hitler met with the Mufti of Jerusalem, a Muslim leader, many times.

          • Randall Ward

            Yes but Hitler hated all religions. You can read Hitlers remarks after meeting with leaders of other states and religions. He couldn’t stand any of them. Unless you read the unpolitical history of Hitler, you have no idea of what he was really like.

          • David Ashton

            Hitler rarely gets a thorough and objective analysis despite the abundance of authentic information. Richard Weikart’s “Hitler’s Ethic” is a good first introduction to the way his mind worked, and developed, for students of all opinions.

          • Randall Ward

            Right David. The reason we should take a realistic look at Hitler is to better understand what is happening in the USG, today. Hitler was not a cartoon character, but was a real man like obama or FDR. The closest thing to Hitler in our country was FDR, and now obama; not in violence, but in the methods used by the president to activate the USG to break laws.
            I read Weikart’s book about darwinism and Hitler. As Weikart said; “Hitler had inbibed some really bad ideas”.

          • David Ashton

            The book I mentioned is a bit better. I would not condemn Darwin or Galton because of Hitler.

          • Randall Ward

            I will read it then. I stoped believing in neo darwinism a long time ago. The science is pointing in another direction and the best scientists knew thirty years ago that darwinism or anything close to it was a failed theory. Weikart does not believe in darwinism at all and sees it as it is; a religion that says man invented himself. The idea that man made himself has been around for more than two thousand years.
            Darwinism is proved to be false at the level of the cell. Did you know that DNA is used only to make protein folds, It has nothing to do with how a heart or eye or fingernail is made. Scientists have no idea where the information comes from to make body parts. That makes the probability of darwinism being correct, so improbable that it is off the chart.

          • David Ashton

            My personal problem is this: I find transformism from one species to another hard to believe, but Adam and Noah even harder. The case for some genetic improvement of humans remains: “Let us go unto perfection.”

          • adplatt126

            Not even close. In terms of temperament, ideology, racial views, foreign policy, I’d argue that Hitler had the most in common with Teddy Roosevelt or Andrew Jackson. Hitler was an ardent anti-communist, and simply would not have been particularly fond of the soft morals of either or a leftist ideology that resembled the ideology of either. Absurd. Jackson and TR both were also quasi-genocidal (consider the natives!), somewhat megalomaniacal, populists and orators. They were no-nonsense types, like Adolf. FDR was more of a compromiser, peddler and charismatic smooth-talker. Obama is much the same. Hitler was nothing of the sort. He was very frank about the perils and problems Germany faced and demanded every citizen contribute to its recovery, even with the many things he promised. He didn’t promise them as goodies in other words, like most leftist politicians do, as social comfort systems with no inherent cost. I have no doubt either that Teddy or Andrew would have been equally violent if the world’s largest Communist nation was amassing a tremendous military on our border… FDR? LOL.

          • Randall Ward

            Hegel, Marx, Lenin, what difference does it make? They all want the same thing; to replace God with the state. The state will finish history instead of God.
            Just think, we have come from Lincoln, who cared nothing for blacks to obama, who cares nothing for whites. That is what happens when men replace God (they think).

          • adplatt126

            Your first point is ridiculous. Your second point is inscrutable. In certain societies, they make god the state (Iran, Saudi Arabia), in others like communist ones, they make the state itself god in pursuit of an undesirable level of equality. What a man wishes to do with the state is highly relevant and distinguishes various types of statism. One moreover, has to, if one is to be fair, acknowledge the many types of religious statism that are not federal in nature. For example, certain historical religious societies, like puritan societies, which were hardly more friendly to individual freedom than present day Islamist states. Lastly, god doesn’t exist. Never has. All the crap supposedly written in his name was written by half-baked philosophers likely on hallucinogens or at the very least, driven by delusions of grandeur. Not that there is never any good in religion, only that it is perfectly unrelated to god. Every religious society prescribes something different, false, and typically immoral in the name of god. Believing in god is no guarantee of anything except delusion, and certainly does not yield a successful society. Look at Africa or the Middle East, both riddled with religion and superstition, and both wholly intolerable wastelands replete with poverty and human misery.

          • adplatt126

            Absurd. You’re better off looking at the USSR. The way the oligarchs rule is truly indistinguishable from the way the Russian government did.

          • anony

            He was interested in Middle Eastern oil.

          • stewball

            Well of course he did!

          • Daniel McGrath

            That’s a silly bit of sophistry. Yes renegade Nazis did to to Egypt. Some went over to Moscow. Some went to Brazil. Some went to NASA. Some stayed and rebuilt.

            The Neo-Nazis in Germany have fought Turkish migration. The only people to fight it

          • Garrett Brown

            Hitler was Catholic, he will always be Catholic.

          • David Ashton

            Not so. He was baptized as an RC, was a choirboy for a time, retained a lopsided admiration for Jesus as a half-Aryan rebel against Jewish financiers and modeled himself to some extent on that “young man” as he saw him, and he used Christian ideas early in his political campaigns, but he was essentially a rationalist of sorts, who eventually lost any belief in immortality and had no time for Christian ethics of compassion and universality. He failed to unite the Protestant churches and was derisive but tolerant of pagan mysticism. He reportedly said that after the war, he would deal with the RC priests as he had deal with the Jews. The patriotic efforts of Christian theologians like Karl Adam to bring Catholicism into line with National Socialism were rebuffed, and the RC church suffered intermittent indignities at the hands of Nazis, especially HJ thugs. All part of the great European Tragedy.

          • Garrett Brown

            Even up to the last Christmas before the Reich fell Hitler was seen celebrating in Catholic Churches with his family. In his regular church in Berlin there is still a wooden statue of him behind the main row of seating.

            Stop reading propaganda and research the people who actually knew him and what they had to say about him.

          • David Ashton

            What “family” was that?

            I have researched what people who knew him have said, favorable and unfavorable, or just honestly mixed. I am also well acquainted with both Nazi and anti-Nazi propaganda.

          • adplatt126

            I have no time for Christian pacifism, universal egalitarianism, and compassion (if it involves letting the whole third world into my nation, which according to many eminent American theologians, it does) either.

          • Randall Ward

            Who told you that once you are a Catholic you are always a Catholic? That sounds like a Baptist teaching, it is not Catholic. The Catholic Church teaches that once you are Catholic, you are always held responsible for the knowledge you have acquired; but that only makes the condemnation after death, even worse. “To those that have been given much, much is required.” But that doesn’t mean you remain a Catholic, if you fall away. You are just stuck with the punishment for being knowledgeable.

          • Garrett Brown

            No one, I just know Hitler was Catholic and died a Catholic.

          • David Ashton

            You “just know” it, and attack people who have actually studied the subject in detail! Hitler did not have a Catholic wedding to Eva Braun before he committed suicide which was a mortal sin for Catholics.

          • Garrett Brown

            Attack people? Lol. No wonder you’re spewing this non sense, you’re completely delusional.

          • David Ashton

            Criticize people, then. Like saying THEY are completely delusional spewers of nonsense!

            “The Catholic Church is built on a foundation of nonsense” – Adolf Hitler, March 31, 1942 &c &c….

            What were the names of his children who went with him regularly to church, even after leaving the wartime bunker during the Red Army siege of Berlin and the Allied bombing of its churches?

            Since statues of Hitler are illegal in Germany, why not send a photo of the wooden one still there to the Interior Ministry and/or make a fortune by sending it to “Der Spiegel”? Or ask the priest to post the original statue to David Irving for his uniqtue memorabilia collection, or to the British TV “Antiques Road Show” – worth at least, $25,000 at auction I should say.

          • Garrett Brown

            “We tolerate no one in our ranks who attacks the ideas of Christianity … in fact our movement is Christian.”.

            Adolf Hitler, 1928.

          • David Ashton

            That was said in the early period of recruitment when the NSDAP urged “positive Christianity”. The public and private development of Hitler’s thoughts on religion, including the Concordat, and indeed other matters, including the Jews, have been accurately documented and thoroughly analyzed by historians of different opinions. He had to carry Catholic and Protestant opinion with him so far as possible, as the euthanasia backtrack indicated.

          • Garrett Brown

            It doesn’t matter when it was said, the fact is he said it. He was Catholic.

          • David Ashton

            I was hoping you were going to tell me the names of his kids that accompanied to Midnight Mass at Christmas in 1945 some months after his dead body and his wife’s were burned.

            On a more serious note, get from your library or s/h book dealer just a copy of “A Requiem for Hitler” by the distinguished Protestant ecclesiastical historian Professor Klaus Scholder (Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1989), the last four chapters of which, especially, will explain and document the whole matter fairly and concisely.

            Hitler became even less of a Catholic than Luther or Henry VIII, though more anti-Jewish than the former and more popular than the latter.

          • Garrett Brown

            You’re upset that Hitler was a strong Christian but that doesn’t bother me.

          • David Ashton

            No proven facts of history upset me, but you do not seem bothered enough to examine them.

          • Garrett Brown

            I wouldn’t be able to provide you quotes if I didn’t examine them. What a horrible argument.

          • David Ashton

            The “quote” you have provided already exists in books I have already on my shelves, and could add a few in similar vein, such as Hitler’s remarks about Jesus in “Mein Kampf”. The fact is that although Hitler’s hostility to Judaism intensified, his original sympathy for Christianity declined during his political life. The books I have noted for you, and many more, will demonstrate this fact, with many further quotations and actions which you need to examine thoroughly – rather than entertain us with the assertion that Hitler took his (non-existent) family to Church in his final years.

        • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

          The Holocaust was tragic. Centuries of usurious money lending, though, and every German bank except for one being Jewish owned and engaging in intense usury caused the German people to erupt in a massive campaign of revenge. Plenty of European Jews were not engaged in usury, but this did not mean that there was not a massive issue with this. This is Why Hungary joined the Axis powers, the Croatian Ustash supported the Nazis, and Hitler had initial massive support all through Slavic Europe, before he began his anti-Slavic campaign.

          • Jon Robbins

            OK–so why are you ready to provide a rationalization for one genocide but not the other? (By the way, I am not dismissing the argument in your post. Yes, there was a history behind those events. But the same is true of the Turkish-Armenian business as well.)

          • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

            Because my ancestors were from Germany, and I listened to my elders, as a child, give the German side of the story. I know the background of how people felt. I do not have this kind of personal knowledge of the Turkish/Armenian conflict. Though I am American, Mein Herz is in Der Vaterland!!

          • Jon Robbins

            OK, but it’s “Mein Herz ist im Vaterland.”

          • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

            Danke!! I actually know very little German. Part of the family came in the 1880’s, part in the 1850’s.

          • Anna Tree

            Because while Germans today can and are denouncing nazism, despite not being one ounce guilty of what happened, Muslims cannot because denouncing jihad (or child bride or slavery or polygamy etc) would be denouncing allah’s orders and “prophet” mohamed’s life. It would be blasphemy. For the same reasons muslim countries didn’t sign the Universal Human Right Declaration and made up their own, because they cannot outlaw many crimes, as allah allows them and mohamed himself did them.

          • Jon Robbins

            What people are or aren’t doing today has nothing to do with a comparison of two historical actions, Ms Tree–or is it Ms Baum?

          • Anna Tree

            1) What do you mean? Of course sometimes people do or don’t do things today related to things in the past.

            2) And about my name, it’s not Tree nor Baum.
            I started to use Anna Doe when I became an atheist and islamocritic in 2005. Doe was for anonymous but also to hint to a metamorphose: doe seemed like deux (two) in French. And when I became a race realist some two years ago, I changed to Anna Tree (like three with a French accent), a third stage in my growing out of incorrect opinions. I should maybe call myself Anna Tetrad already, since I changed my mind about the dogmas of gender theory as well (like homosexuality is innate, sex is a social construct, children don’t need a married mom and dad etc). But maybe I grew out of that fad.

          • Mark Caplan

            Wikipedia says the following Muslim countries voted in favor of the U.N.’s Declaration of Human Rights: Afghanistan, Egypt, France, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, Turkey, and the U.K. But Anna Tree is right that those countries make a mockery of the Declaration even though they voted in favor of it.

          • Anna Tree

            You have to read between the lines and recognize doublespeak:

            Those countries signed the declaration in 1948, after decades of Western/White colonization and so Western/White education, when they weren’t following islam like today.

            Since then, some have come forward saying that the Declaration of Human Rights contradicts the sharia in many points and so all muslim countries have now signed their own 1990 Cairo Declaration for Human Rights in Islam — with sharia law as “the only source of reference”, quite withdrawing their former signatures of 1948, with claims that the UN Declaration of Human Rights is Western in orientation and not compatible with islam.

            I stand by what I wrote.

          • Jeff

            I did nit know that german banking was dominated by jews. I winder how many of those jews died in the Holocaust? I’m betting the answer hovers right around zero. I’ve never read anywhere that the reich nationalized the banking industry. Did that actually occur?

          • stewball

            Even if that were true does that excuse they murder of 6,000,000men, women, children and babies?

          • David Ashton

            Nothing can excuse mass-murder of innocent and harmless people whoever they are.

            The “six million” may be an exaggeration, like the “twenty million” killed by Stalin.

          • stewball

            It’s not an exaggeration. I think you know it

            How are you by the way?

          • David Ashton

            Hilberg said 5.1 million; Reitlinger 4 million; &c. Direct killing is one thing; death through starvation, disease, overwork and maltreatment another (hardly less defensible or horrible). I know that the logistics, technology, documentation and common-sense cannot justify the statement in e.g. the “Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies” that “three million were asphyxiated” in the time and circumstances usually described. Even Goldhagen can be cited on this point.

        • JohnEngelman

          Christianity was not responsible for the Holocaust. The Nazi movement was secular.

          • LHathaway

            Hitler was self-educated but one could label their regime ‘scientology’. They certainly felt they were at the leading edge of scientific advance on all fronts.

          • David Ashton

            Some Jews and some Christians have blamed the New Testament for the Holocaust. I may have put a list of references on AmRen, but I can’t be bothered to look it out again – it is quite long.

        • Chasmania

          Go do a little research and you’ll find that the Nazi leadership were a bunch of pagans who used Christianity as long as it served their needs.

          • Wing-nut.

            Yep, National Socialists were so deep into the occult it was beyond hilarity.

          • David Ashton

            This too is exaggerated. Goodrich-Clarke’s study is almost the only reliable one. Hitler attacked occultism, which had once interested him as a youth, like many others of all opinions in Europe of the 1920s. You even find “experts” telling us yet again that he put the swastika the wrong way round!

          • Wing-nut.

            Yes I recall him complaining about Himmler near the end and I’ve seen examples of their swastika in both directions.

            Generally speaking though, I do not believe it is exaggerated. More like subdued to me.

            I will have to look into the Goodrich-Clarke study someday. Sounds fascinating.

          • David Ashton

            The normal design of the Nazi swastika is right-armed like the benevolent form in Hinduism and Jainism. Hitler put in on a point, rather than flat like the usual both-direction form in Buddhism, to give it a rotary effect. It was certainly associated with northern peoples. In my view, subject to discussion, it began primordially as a copy of a star-formation, with the same shape, but rotating “corner-first” counter-clockwise, later it becoming a sun-symbol with the arms pointing the clockwise rotation. I shall not try to list the people who have made the “malevolent form” mistake.

        • E7 sharp 9

          With the plethora of rational, factual, alternative views of the treatment of Jews by the Third Reich readily available, I wonder why people aren’t embarrassed to uncritically embrace the Shoah Business party line in public forums?

        • stewball

          How come the R.C.’s burnt and tortured and expelled Jews in the 1400’same in the name of Jesus, a Jew.

          • David Ashton

            Have you the statistics of burnings?

            Why do YOU think Jews were expelled from one country after another?

          • stewball

            Of course I don’t have actual statistics. I don’t read like you do. I’m not an intellectual as you very well know.
            i don’t understand why Jews are hated and expelled from countries. Maybe the religion scares them. I do know that the world expects us to behave better than the rest of the world. There’s a double standard where
            we are concerned. I always expected more from religious Jews. Not the ultra orthodox just ordinary religious people but I’ve been disappointed.
            Many years ago i was on a shop in England and the man told me he’d been stationed in Palestine during the war. He told me where he was living and I told him that’s where the prostitutes hang out.
            He looked at me in shock. Jewish prostitutes!!!!!! See we’re expected to be better.

          • David Ashton

            Thank you for your reply & kind regards which are reciprocated.

          • Daniel McGrath

            He was pulling your leg mate. He probably tasted a few bordellos in the region.

          • stewball

            He wasn’t though. Women were busy fighting the brits to bother servicing the soldiers.

        • Daniel McGrath

          Hitler was a Social Darwinist. It’s tough to understand the Nazis if you don’t realize the roots they have in Galton, Darwin… The Germans decided to expell or kill their rivals for plum jobs and whatnot in the Pale.

          • David Ashton

            Adolf Hitler was a statist SD unlike e.g. Herbert Spencer who was a libertarian SD. Neither Darwin nor Galton advocated murder. Mainstream eugenics is about selective conception, to reduce suffering not to cause it. The liberal left have caused the deaths of far more babies, unborn or born, than the Nazis.

            Incidentally, there is a fair, documented analysis of Hitler’s by no means unintelligent views on evolution and religion, and many important quotations about the Roman Catholic Church and the future of the scientific world-view, in Rainer Bucher’s “Hitler’s Theology: A Study in Political Religion” (NY 2011), esp. ch.2.

        • Daniel McGrath

          They were murdered by the Soviets and Anglos.

        • Ace

          PS — Christians, like all other decent people in Germany, were no match for the NDSAP. Imagine your local Lutheran or Episcopalian here deciding to take on the Gestapo. Once a government gets to organize an efficient political police force and takes over the courts, what’s left to decent people but submission or suicidal resistance?

          The current pope has no antibodies in him to the Islamic threat and is no spokesman for freedom. U.S. protestant churches are actively cooperating with the federal government and its policy of replacing whites with third worlders. Plus, have you heard any of them support freedom of religion or oppose the introduction of Muslims into our country when it’s clear that they intend for Christians to be subjugated in their own country?

      • Randall Ward

        Agree, except Turkey. Turkey has slaughtered millions of Christians and today has almost exterminated the Church in Turkey. Christians can’t even open libraries and schools closed since WWI.

      • stewball

        Turkey is fast catching up with their Muslim neighbours.

        • David Ashton

          Well, we don’t want them in a “European” Union.

          • stewball

            God forbid.

          • David Ashton

            I wish he would.

          • stewball

            Don’t count on him.

      • Bartek

        Better off if they were Christian?
        Really?
        While you are at it, would you like to tell me which “Western” Nation is still Christian?
        And are we talking traditional Christianity or hi-jacked, ‘social justice’, secular humanist Christianity?

    • Ace

      It’s a trick question.

    • Reverend Bacon

      Well, that’s what I thought until about 2 minutes ago. But I live in a horrible place where it’s impossible to get a CCW permit, unless you’ve been directly threatened with violence. So, why not make lemonade? I’ll launch a website, have pictures of Jesus peeing on Mohammed, and the death threats will come like ants at a picnic. Presto! Instant CCW permit. Thanks, Muzzies!

      • Damn! I am jealous I didn’t think of that.

    • White World Media

      non whites are of no use to a white society their ideologies and religions are just their baggage.

  • AmericanCitizen

    Islam knows its purpose: to destroy Western Civilization. A better question to ask might be: What use is Western Civilization if our current path is one of appeasement and cowardly refusal to face facts? There comes a point, like Ancient Rome came to and passed, where the traditional values and mores that built a great civilization become subject to open ridicule and debasement. Foreign invaders, whether they carry a sword or a suitcase, are here to stay and change the demographics of America and Europe forever.

    I hate to say this, but under current conditions, backing Islam seems like the winning choice. In 75 years who will wield more influence – white Americans and Europeans, or the Islamic hordes that are already destroying European cities and reproducing in far greater numbers than whites.

    • newscomments70

      If any reversal of this horror is to occur, it has to start here. We have to do it ourselves.

    • Ace

      An excellent comment, esp. “What use is Western Civilization.” It turns out that the West has a fatal genetic weakness predisposing its people to surrender to inferior creeds and people.

      • anony

        It is not Western people that have a weakness; it is elites who “control” the levers of power in the West who are engineering the demise of the West.

        • Ace

          That’s also true, alas. Soros funded the Fergudishu protests and the Tides Foundation funded some Sacred Journey by some ultra left group to “Palestine,” IIRC. The Tides Foundation also funds ultra left groups per Jim Simpson:

          “ACLU, ACORN, Center for American Progress, Center for Constitutional Rights (a communist front,) CAIR, Earth Justice, Institute for Policy Studies (KGB spy nest), National Lawyers Guild (oldest communist front in U.S.), People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), and practically every other radical group there is. ACORN’s Wade Rathke runs a Tides subsidiary, the Tides Center.”

          That only scratches the surface. On any one day Trevor
          Loudon exposes more than I do in 10 years. And Terresa Monroe-Hamilton back in September had the story on how our political elites live high on the hog compared to us schlubs, including a run down of the fabulously wealthy people who are in Congress.

          That said I still think there is an intellectual weakness or
          blindness on the part of Westerners themselves. Europeans have been astonishingly stingy with their electoral support of nationalist/salvationist parties. God bless the PEGIDA heroes but one can’t fail to notice that large numbers of counter demonstrators turned out as well.

          Just those two facts are damning as to Westerners’ political
          consciousness. One good day on the internet is enough to make anyone open their eyes if, for example, all they’ve ever been exposed to in the legacy media is stories about how wonderful mass immigration and denial of free speech are.

          * * * * * * * * *

          Jim Simpson — gulagbound dock com slash 41102slash
          barack-obama-and-the-strategy-of-manufactured-crisis-9-28-2008 slash

          Terresa Monroe-Hamilton — noisyroom dock net slash blog slash 2013 slash 09 slash 29 slash political-elitists-living-the-high-life-while-americans-suffer slash

          • anony

            “That said I still think there is an intellectual weakness or
            blindness on the part of Westerners themselves. ”

            When the megaphone and the stage are owned and controlled by the opposition, one has little chance of having one’s voice heard.

            In addition, when one is living comfortably and knows that the comfort can be summarily removed for the simple infraction of saying the wrong thing, one’s strong tendency is to keep ones mouth shut.

            Once again, as I see it, all the levers of power are owned and controlled by the opposition.

    • David Ashton

      Well, we cannot just stand there on the wall. We have to fight.

      • AmericanCitizen

        Hard to do when your own government isn’t interested in having a wall to defend.

        • David Ashton

          Mainly a metaphorical reference on my part to Spengler, Kipling and William Morris – also Horatio’s Bridge.

  • NoMosqueHere

    An outstanding presentation by the great Jared Taylor. I only wish JT would run for president and present his views to a mass audience.

    • WR_the_realist

      There’s no point in Jared Taylor running for president. We’d vote for him, but we’re 0.001% of the U.S. population. All the U.S. media from MSNBC to Fox News would unite as one in vilifying him. It would make the mass media’s treatment of Ron Paul look like a lovefest.

      • Sparky

        Yes but Jared’s views would reach a massive audience. Millions more whites would begin to awaken. I remember Lawrence Auster saying that his awakening began when he watched some man named Jared Taylor on the Phil Donahue show. He marveled at someone actually speaking on behalf of white interests.

        • Both WR and Sparky are right. We’re nowhere near being able to acquire and hold serious political power at this moment, even if our political system didn’t tie a lead anchor around our ankles. We need to acquire cultural power before we can get political power.

          • LHathaway

            I’m not so sure. Whites over the age of 40 or so are awakened. Lots of younger whites, too. Leftists, surely must be thinking (work with me here) to themselves, on some level, ‘it’s a good thing I hold sensitive views, because all this kindness will one day be turned towards white men’. This, I suppose, is intended to make up for their silence and cowardice. Leftists are insane, in other words. There is nothing leftist can do at this point, there is no finger of ‘tolerance’ they can lift that will not destroy white men. No, there is nothing that can be done to help white men.

          • David Ashton

            Battle on all fronts wherever possible. Learn from the CPSUA tactics.

        • newscomments70

          If he ran as a Republican, it would be beneficial to have him participate in Republican debates, even though he would probably lose. The exposure would be priceless. If he ran as a third party candidate, he might sway enough voters to make the Republican candidate lose, for those of you who want Republicans to lose. That would force Republican candidates to recognize white interests. Bringing Jared Taylor back to prime time is an excellent idea. Even bad publicity is good publicity.

          • David Ashton

            Worth a try. Lose the first battle, but win the war in the end.

      • ricpic

        If one, just one multi-millionaire or billionaire backed Taylor with enough money to get videos like this one out on millions of TV screens, Taylor’s message would cut through the drivel spewed against him. Why there is never ever a single deep pockets supporter of the genuine article is beyond me.

        • David Ashton

          Money sadly is needed, especially in a “multi-party [sic] democracy [sic]. But nothing ventured, nothing gained. Our enemies anticipate the “racial rebellion” with apprehension, which explains the legislation, education and surveillance being put in place.

  • Along these lines: Something occurred to me a few days ago.

    Ask the typical American right-libertarian who his favorite President is. Usually they will answer Thomas Jefferson.

    Who is the American President who really started into high gear the development of a Navy in order to thump mercilessly Muslim pirates who were terrorizing American shipping interests in and near the Mediterranean? And this President did so after his two immediate predecessors wanted to nuance the issue and sorta compromise with the Muslims. Thomas Jefferson.

    • NoMosqueHere

      Jefferson was the most brilliant of all american presidents. And he understood the threat muslims present to the civilized world.

      Third world immigration in general and muslim immigration in particular must be banned.

      • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

        The only thing worse than Muslim immigration is Black African immigration, and both are a menace. HIV rates are much higher in non-Islamic Africa than Islamic Africa, but Islam encourages their hatred of Whites by giving them a guidebook and ideology of hatred. Negro+Islam is the worst possible combination on earth.

        • SentryattheGate

          And Muslims will also stir up hatred amongst Latinos, who already hate “gringos”. Muslims will use blacks and Latinos as their useful idiots against whites until Muslims get enough power, then they’ll starve out(one way or another) the “inferior” blacks and browns (whom they look down on anyway).

      • Ace

        And reversed completely.

      • Harry

        Unfortunately, Thomas Jefferson could not possibly be elected President of the United States today, because he was an avowed freethinker who said “Question with boldness, even the existence of God…”

        Most of America goes to church. If Thomas Jefferson tried running for President today, he would be hated and despised for being an unchurched freethinker, especially in the Red States!

    • Bryce Armstrong

      Mine is Andrew Jackson who crushed “Jihadist” more thoroughly then any advisory in American History.

      • anony

        I like Jackson for the reason that he understood the consummate evil of central banking and who controlled it. He was able to stop the establishment of a central bank (federal reserve) in America for a time.

        • Bryce Armstrong

          Don’t forget he also paid back all national debt, the last this ever happened.

          • anony

            Exactly and that’s why the banisters tried to assassinate him. If the government owes no money, the bankers get no interest!

            To understand the real evil we face, people need to understand the money scheme, and central banking (the fed) is the core of the problem. Andrew Jackson understood this.

          • Bryce Armstrong

            He did everything the Tea Party types pretend to be in favor of and his personal life suffered greatly for it, yet people like Glenn Beck still tarnish his name.

          • anony

            Glenn Beck is a shill for the establishment.

        • David Ashton

          The British were the first and are now among the worst victims of the banking rackets.

          • anony

            I find the quote from Disraeli’s CONINGSBY to be insightful,

            “So you see, my dear Coningsby, that the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

          • David Ashton

            Recommended to all opinions here: “All is Race: Benjamin Disraeli on Race, Nation and Empire”, by Simone Borgstede (2012).

          • adplatt126

            True. Such parasites spring up everywhere there is military and political power, so as to rig the game in their favor domestically while producing a feudal state, and exploit the world’s riches by sacrificing the native blood of the citizenry in unjust campaigns globally.

    • TheMaskedUnit

      I believe our worst presidents are the ones that are greatest in the history books. Think about how great Obama will be revered. Our most vilified were probably really just “O.K.”.
      The greatest men of all time are probably the guys you know nothing about …

      • Ace

        Coolidge.

        • TheMaskedUnit

          Who?

          • Ace

            Calvin.

      • Chasmania

        George Mason.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        It’s a Wonderful Life.

      • adplatt126

        The idiots who got us into unnecessary wars of aggression are loved. Those who kept us out of them are forgotten.

    • Jon Robbins

      How many Muslim slaves from West Africa were dragged out of Africa to the US on slave ships?

      • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

        Negro slaves were extremely lucky to have been brought to the American South. Here, as long as they were willing to put decent effort into doing basic farm labor, they were fed and clothed well. They were also expected to keep to their own in their leisure time, and refrain from sexually harassing and violating White women. Their failure to respect boundaries basically gave birth to the Klan. Thank God for the late Nathan Bedford Forrest. If only he were alive today. Most of the Muslim world would have seen the same fate as Hiroshima/Nagasaki.

        • TheMaskedUnit

          If only Detroit, London and Paris could have faced the same fate as Hiroshima/Nagasaki … Who really won WWII?

          • Ace

            That would have proved nothing. Whatever do you mean.

            The Soviet Union did though their economic ideas doomed them to failure internally. The communist infiltration of the U.S. government was as McCarthy described it. Only worse. Had the Sovs held out another 30 years, who knows what kind of wreckage they could have witnessed in the West.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            All Japan had to do was recover from nuclear holocaust. Detroit, London and Paris were blessed with diversity. Sweden and Seattle seemed to live with socialism just fine. Russia is still there and filling the gap that NASA used to handle for the crumbling USA.

            Nobody survives diversity as the Swedes are learning currently.

          • Ace

            >> Nobody survives diversity as the Swedes are learning currently. <<

            "Learning" is stretching it by a whole lot. The Swedes are incapable of learning, so long as it someone else's daughter who gets raped or beaten.

          • David Ashton

            Some of the People who put the Soviets up were also some of the People who pulled the Soviets down, but let’s leave that alone for now.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Patriot Russians were looking at Negrogeddon in Detriot and realized Equality meant they could be next.

          • Ace

            🙂

            Ironic that they did their best to bring about Negrogeddon and then got to live with the results down the road a la Victoria Nudeland and BHO.

            Well, it will all sort itself out in due course. Not according to any plans devised by your Savior Geniuses but according to the iron laws of Nature or Nature’s God. The equality scam can only go for so long until the more vigorous and intelligent types get entrenched. A bit of unpleasantness after that then back into the groove of time immemorial.

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            The JEws.

      • Daniel McGrath

        Only 500,000 blacks were shipped to the US. That’s around the black population of St. Louis and County. So not so many. Today there are 45,000,000 blacks in the US. Didn’t they do well eh?

    • David Ashton

      JT = TJ.

  • Bryce Armstrong

    Moosloms are so much like us, and by “us” I mean African Americans.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    Essentially there are only two views of salvation.

    One, is idolatry, cultism, the way of works, the way of man. Islam fits this view.

    The other view is because death is universal and all humans are subject to it thereof, life is the only solution. Jesus is the Life and way of salvation. Not religion, not a church and certainly not Islam. Therefore, Islam is useless.

  • italian guy

    I must add something: the whole situation with Islam show the anti-white face of many movements, from liberalism to feminism. It should be their primary goal to fight Muslims and their ideology, yet they cuddle and justify them! why? because as AmericanCitizen said they want to destroy Western Civilization.

    • Ace

      The feminists are the worst hypocrites (or dissemblers). Muslims mistreat women horribly but feminists fret about micro invalidations in the West.

      Leftists spasm about not being controlled by greedy capitalists but do everything in their power to increase the power of the state and its organs, such as the Dept. of Homeland Security. It’s a skip and a jump from that to the Dept. of Fatherland Security.

      It’s as you say. Their supposed main agenda items are a sham. Job # 1 is the destruction of their own people. They think they’ll come out on top after any collapse or takeover but they are in for a surprise.

      • David Ashton

        The otherwise bizarre de facto Marxist-Muslim alliance is partly fueled by the Palestinians looking like colonial underdogs, but mainly by a common enemy – the hitherto successful white western nations.

  • superlloyd

    The left are completely deluded if they think Islam will tolerate them if they achieve their goal of conquering the world and establishing a global caliphate. Gays, secularists and commies will be executed and the feminazis placed under the burqha. The left is so damn naive believing they can ride the Islamic tiger and control it.

    • Ace

      Yes.

  • Alex Dihes

    I share with you my studying the Quran. I started that over 30 years ago when the book was translated into English and Russian as is and it was only one. I mean that when last week I searched the Internet I found too many translations and ALL of them were doctored politically. So what is removed, edited.
    Islam is the only one religion which does not teach, suggest, asks and so on. Quran ORDERS! If you do not follow to the letter you are an apostate and have to die.
    Here are some commands.
    1. All Christians and Jews are apostates and you must kill them. If for any reason you cannot do it right away let them live beside you until a proper moment comes. Meantime they must pay a high tax (zakat), ware a distinguished clothes, walk on the road shoulder, and their words are not accepted by court.
    2. To lie any time anywhere for whatever reason to infidels, their authorities and laws is honorable act.
    ==========
    On 9/11 I served in the DHS in Detroit. In a couple of days after we got the inner information. The news-media people went door-to-door in Dearborn (predominantly and the largest arab community in the USA) . Avery adult muslim blamed the act. ? However, some reporters talk to their kids separately. All (ALL!!!) kids said that their families celebrated 9/11. That never got on TV and in papers.

  • Alex Dihes

    Sorry, in my previous comment I mistakenly named the tax on infidels “zakat — it is “jizya

    • David Ashton

      Zakat is the charity. There are some admirable things inside the package, but the package is one thing and dangerous.

  • pcmustgo

    Check this out! Too funny! AIr France buys and hands out free Charlie Hebdo cartoons, displays in French airport lounges. Upsets Muslims… ! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/11349565/Air-France-hands-out-free-Charlie-Hebdo-issue.html

    • David Ashton

      Insulting Islam with truly filthy cartoons is no answer to Islam.

  • Flaxen-headed Strumpet

    Diversity is our strength, and don’t you forget it Mr. Taylor.

  • LACountyRedneck

    The West needs to keep their military out of the middle-east and keep Muslims out of the West.
    Let those in the Middle-east fight their own battles.

  • Reynardine

    Islamic food isn’t good either, so the lefties can’t claim that one.

    What use is Islam?

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      I have to disagree on the food and music. The Catholic bishop of the diocese of Iraq said it best. Islam has destroyed the Arabic culture. If you are a musician, and have listened to any amount of Greek music, you have go admit that the music of this part of the world is excellent, and cannot help but to respect the talent of the musicians. Arabic/Turkish music closely resembles Greek music, with quarter tones, haunting minor keys, and plaintive vocals. Very complex musically and very interesting. I enjoy a Greek radio hour on Sunday afternoons in my area. The cuisine is also excellent. Chicken Shawarma, Hummus, lots of Garlic. Baklava for dessert. Though very different from Europe beyond Greece/The Balkans, I love the music/cuisine of the Middle East. It is the Islamic religion that is repulsive and inferior.

      • Reynardine

        Well, generally what you’re enjoying from Arabic culture is their (non-islamic) Byzantine and Persian roots, two of the most astounding extinct cultures on earth. The sand-dwelling Arabs and barbarian Turks merely appropriated that culture since they had none of their own. Look up “byzantine secular classical music by Christodoulos Halaris” it’s astounding.

        Food is similar. Byzantines specialized in small cakes similar to your baklava and introduced lot so of interesting lamb and sausage dishes. The farther you get into the middle east, the more the cuisine resembles ancient Persian.

        Persian and Byzantine trade routes essentially spread their culture, just like America does with burgers, fries and cola (one of the most popular food combos in the world) and hollywood movies/music.

        Islam has destroyed much of the fantastic wine and pork culture of the middle east. Most interesting Byzantine wines are gone forever, and the vinyards of Shiraz in Persia now produce only inferior table grapes.

      • Ace

        Agreed. I did travel by ship through the Med and the Suez Canal. I listened to the music on the radio coming off the N. African shore and it was an irritant after a while.

    • David Ashton

      Some Muslims regard music as evil altogether.

  • Sha of Communism

    My personal speculation is that some super elites place the importance of their power above their people. They would rather take in hostile immigrants to boost the population. As more people = more power, they can join the game houses with more power in this way.

    • LHathaway

      I was just repeating this other day. . the most logical explanation for man’s inhumanity to man is that we are ruled by aliens. I didn’t say I believe it’s true, but it’s the most logical explanation.

      • Sha of Communism

        Knowing a number of super elites myself, I actually figure that they all understand that a non-White population under their rule would be much more hostile to the regime than a White population. They are definitely racial realists in that sense. Nevertheless, why they still go to those fundraising dinners with Obama is beyond my comprehension.

        It could be that the super elites don’t feel the threat of non-Whites as imminent as the middle class Whites would feel. As a last checked, a typical “affluent” town where those people live is about ~90% White and ~7% Asian, and their non-White super elite friends are often totally assimilated, perhaps making them feel that these non-White super elites can somehow help them “manage” other non-Whites and make things work.

        • LHathaway

          “they all understand that a non-White population under their rule would be much more hostile to the regime than a White population”.
          If only it were not so. . .

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Sometimes it seems to me that . . . the most logical explanation for your weirder posts, LHathaway, is that you are ruled by aliens. I didn’t say I believe it’s true, but it’s the most
        logical explanation.

        • LHathaway

          I could be. And I don’t even know it.

  • Tim Nolan

    Brilliant as usual Mr. Taylor.

  • Wilburn Sprayberry

    And yet this man, Jared Taylor, is the one man – the man with the clearest, most honest, most succinct & most cogent analysis of the problem – whom you will not see on Fox, or CNN, or in the op-ed section of any major newspaper. And it’s precisely because he has the most clear, honest, succinct & cogent view of the problem, & what needs to be done to solve it, that he is denied a mass-media platform from which to alert the American public. I hope everyone here will email Fox, CNN, & their local newspaper (as I have done) & politely request they invite Jared on air, or onto the op-ed page, so that for once the American people can hear something besides lies, distortions, & hypocrisy about the “religion of peace.”

    • Chasmania

      The second they think they can do some sort of ambush, “Gotcha!” style story about Mr Taylor, they will invite him on.

  • Zimriel

    AmericanCitizen writes: “Islam knows its purpose: to destroy Western Civilization.”

    The prophet of the Saracens set out to destroy Catholic Christian civilisation. When this epileptic and brutal villain announced to all that’d hear that the keys to the Garden [of Paradise] were swords, that meant he had set his movement against the See of Saint Peter.

  • Jon Robbins

    “What good is Islam? It doesn’t belong in the West.”

    Well, it may not belong in the West, but who brought it to western Europe? Europeans–that’s who! No one forced France, Britain and Germany to bring large numbers of Muslims into their midst. A coalition of corporate greed mongers looking for cheaper labor from the Muslim world and left-liberal diversity fetishists who imagined that an inherently “fascist” European culture needed more people of color is what brought Algerians, Pakistanis and Turks to contemporary Europe.

    Can’t blame Muslims for that.

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      I agree. The Leftists refuse to learn history. Shakespeare’s character Shylock is somebody we need to understand. My Grandfather always said that there Jewish people, and there are k*kes. Shylock was an example of the latter. Without the latter, the German people never would have elected a homicidal maniac as their Fuhrer. We Germans are stoic and patient, but we are brutal when our temper blows. Centuries of abuse at the hands of men like Shylock catalyzed pent-up rage and righteous anger. Unfortunately, instead of a handful of Shylocks receiving the death penalty, millions of decent Jewish people died needlessly.

    • KenelmDigby

      Agree absolutely 100%.
      You notice in all my posts I never but never attack Muslims living in the west, their culture or their religion. No, I only attack the people who brought them here – the political class.

    • David Ashton

      That coalition never represented the European peoples.

  • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

    The Bosnian community in St. Louis is a nice community with good restaurants. Bosnians are also White Slavic Europeans, and behave far more like White Europeans than the Islamic hordes. Dearborn, MI is an Islamic slime pit that exemplifies what Jared Taylor is speaking of.

    • Dwight

      But that could change as their numbers grow. True followers of Islam cannot become part of the West. Their religion commands them to follow Sharia which is opposed to Democracy.

      • David Ashton

        This is the point, or rather two points: (1) Demographic explosion in our midst, and (2) Sharia inside our “House”. And (3) dawa and jihad from secure bases inside and outside our target zone. The only major faith without the Golden Rule, admirable in a few features but these cannot be isolated from the whole alien package.

        O Jews and Christians (and Leftwing Secularists), take not Muslims as your friends!

        • stewball

          Don’t worry. We won’t.
          Unfortunately there are some Israeli girls marrying Muslims and converting to Islam and living where the Muslims live.

        • Bartek

          Even Sharia would be preferable to progressive self destruction.

          • David Ashton

            Hobson’s Choice.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      Precisely. Religion acts as a middle man. The problem isn’t Islam so much as Arabs.

      • Daniel McGrath

        It’s always race or ethnicity. The Catholic Protestant split in Northern Ireland was not about predestination or sola scriptorium. The Irish are Irish. The Settlers were Anglo-Scottish.

  • Jon Robbins

    Western “democracy” is tenuous with or without Muslims.

  • Jon Robbins

    Whose decision was it to allow mass Muslim immigration into Europe? Not the Muslims’!

    • WR_the_realist

      All the political elites favor mass Muslim immigration into Europe. This began with importing Turks into Germany as cheap labor. Is anyone surprised?

    • LHathaway

      lol, your post was funny. Not sure if it was meant to be, but it was.

    • David Ashton

      Some Muslims wanted to immigrate, or they wouldn’t have done so. But the responsibility for admission rests with our western political “elite”.

    • Mark Caplan

      I take Jon Robbins to mean the Muslims did not and could not let themselves into Europe. The Germans invited them in as guest workers to do menial, low-paying jobs that were considered beneath the dignity of a German to do. It looked like a win-win arrangement — to someone without an iota of foresight.

      • Reverend Bacon

        Gosh, that sounds very similar to the lack of foresight of some cotton farmers a few hundred years ago…

      • Fifty-nine

        And not just in Germany. I asked a Danish friend of mine, while she was complaining about the increase of “Asians” in Denmark, how the Asians originally wound up there. She told me that back in the 60s “industry” wanted a larger pool of workers. Bingo! And so it went everywhere else in the West.

  • KenelmDigby

    Well, according to German premier Angela Merkel, Islam is part and parcel of the historic German nation, woven into the warp and weft of German life and culture for centuries. An integral part of German life as sauerkraut and pumpernickel.
    And who am I to question the word of the German premier?

    • HE2

      Emperor Hussein Ozero said much the same thing.
      That “Islam has always been a part of America’s culture.”
      Do not know about you, but I missed that bit.
      Islam as an element of America’s historical foundation went right over my head, unless he is referring to the Barbary Pirates.
      But I doubt if he knows enough about American history to know that. He is not acculturated as American.

      • JohnEngelman

        George W. Bush called Islam “the religion of peace.”

        Presidents Bush and Obama have tried to win as many Muslim allies as they can. They have tried not to anger the entire one billion and a half of Muslims. This has required both to fudge the truth a bit.

        • HE2

          Well, John, as it has been said over and over, but apparently the muslimist W.H. usurper does not get it: one does not, cannot negotiate with a homicidal ideologue and terrorist interested only in world conquest any more than one would a starving lion on the hunt.
          To do so is interpreted as a sign of intimidation, weakness, if not submission.
          Who can forget Obama’s unprecedented full bow of obeisance to the Saudi ruler, say, as compared to his and other head of states’ stance and posture upon greeting rulers of other nations?
          Either Obama’s naivete of international relations and interface is staggering, or he is in blatant, sinister collusion with the Free World’s sworn enemies.

    • David Ashton

      She’s wrong.

  • Dan O’Connor

    The pro-mass immigration, pro-multicult majority Jewish staff of Charlie Hebdo organised a campaign to have the democratically elected anti-immigration Le Pen / Front Nationale party that won the majority of French MEP seats in the EU parliament during the recent EU election –banned
    When you aid and abett in the creation of a Frankenstein monster because you believe it furthers your own tribal group’s position and interests within the historical majority host population by demographically balkanising them it can get out of control and turn against you .
    I do believe it is a form of a collective tribal atavistic hatred against Western society that motivates this from of behaviour .

    • David Ashton

      Freedom for some, not for others.

      My preference: free speech for all, violence for none.

      “Je suis Juif” says the UK Home Secretary.

  • Germanic Depressive

    Islam is the worst threat to White, Western man because it has become a unifying banner under which so many of our genetic competitors, particularly those from the worst gene pools, are rallying.

    You take inherently less intelligent, more violent groups like blacks and the Arab world which has seen a lot of black DNA seepage into it over the millennia, and then you amplify their natural stupidity and violence with a worldview that makes them think they have a righteous, holy justification to be even more violent and predatory toward us… well, it’s a nasty situation.

    Made all the nastier by the vast majority of us refusing to acknowledge it as such.

  • John Smith

    It’s the ultimate expression of religion as system of political control.

  • B.A_2014

    Should we not be trying to point out to groups like the gays and feminists how incompatible the fuzzy faced diversity is with their lifestyles and views.

    • Chasmania

      The mentioned groups believe that Islam will be gobbled up by the Progressive ideology, thus it’s a mere road bump on the way to that glorious future they envision.

      • Gays and feminists are completely insane for believing that. Islam may occasionally masquerade as a religion, but is in fact the most repressive *political ideology* in existence. What other “religion” absolutely demands authority over the day-to-day lives of non-believers or extorts a “jizya” (sp.?) tax from them?

        My devoutly Mormon neighbors were surprised at me working in the garden on Sundays – I guess since I seem so otherwise straight-laced – but accepted it. Heck; I don’t regard vegetable gardening as “work”, anyway. If it wasn’t fun, I wouldn’t do it. One can always buy produce at the supermarket instead. They asked whether I was “some sort of atheist”. I explained that my mother is a failed Methodist and my father a failed Catholic; I was never baptized or raised in any religion at all. My only church service was as a tourist at Westminster Abby in London, in which I remained silent. Those neighbors still remained friendly afterward: decent people. They were having a house built, and moved last autumn, but my daughter played with their kids much of the summer.

        Some of the old “blue laws” here in Colorado involved the liquor stores having to remain closed on Sundays. Those were repealed, and it wasn’t Christian groups who objected. It was owner-operators of small “mom-and-pop” liquor stores who didn’t want to work seven days a week, but who ran businesses small enough that they couldn’t afford to hire more people. Their motive was strictly commercial. Any Christian religious objections to folks here buying liquor on Sundays were thus beneath the radar.

        Jews haven’t demanded that the rest of us refrain from eating pigs, rabbits, catfish, shellfish, octopus, sharks, horses, or cheeseburgers (non-kosher to serve mammal meat with a milk product.)

        Hindus aren’t supposed to eat beef, but one with whom I worked said he didn’t try to eat “too much” beef. Another Hindu thought the term “hamburger” meant “ham”, i.e. pork, rather than “from Hamburg”, a city in Germany. I never told her. She got her PhD at Rutgers and 20 years later maybe she knows now, though I wasn’t going to be deliberately cruel. They’re certainly not telling us to refrain from eating cloven-hoofed ungulates – “or else”.

        Only in Islam do we see this creepy, violent “I be Mudlim! I be in charge!” ideology, wherein they make constant demands on others who owe them absolutely nothing, followed of course by threats. Does this sound like anyone else we North Americans know and loathe?

        • Chasmania

          ” Gays and feminists are completely insane for believing that…”
          Homosexuality was considered a mental illness until 1990 by the WHO. Many people don’t know that until recently it was considered as such.

          • David Ashton

            It’s reversed now – “phobia” is a term for a mental illness.

  • MathMan

    Unlike all the spineless western leaders, Jared Taylor has the guts to tell it exactly as it is. More power to his elbow.

  • It absolutely does not belong in the West. That can’t be emphasized enough.

    Buddhism, while not really a religion in the strict sense, doesn’t even have a fraction of a fraction of the destructive elements and zealot-creating properties that Islam brings about whenever and wherever it is allowed to grow in the West. So it’s not just simply about an alien culture and alien people being introduced into the West. It’s about Islam and the incompatibility of its adherents with Western values, culture and people.

    • JohnEngelman

      Someone should tell black Muslims that the Arab slave trade lasted longer than the European slave trade, that it was ended by European military action, and that Arabs castrated their males slaves. In addition they cut off the penises of black slaves. In an era before anesthesia and anesthetics many black male slaves died from that cruel practice.

      Meanwhile Arabs raped females black slaves.

      • dmxinc

        Sorry, John, those that control the media would prefer to keep the rest of world’s feet on White necks, so your request is denied.

      • In addition they cut off the penises of black slaves.

        Once the blacks learn this, they’ll abandon Islam like the plague.

        • David Ashton

          Muslim atrocities against Africans and Indians need more publicity – atrocities against whites are also important, except among the incorrigible “we deserved it” zombies.

      • Harry

        In other words, the blacks taken to America as slaves before 1808, and the blacks smuggled illegally as slaves to America after 1808, were indeed very fortunate, when compared to what happened to blacks taken as slaves by Muslim Arabs!

  • Primo

    Oh, be reasonable, every one of those 250,000 terror plots over the last three years were simply isolated incidents carried out by lone wolves. There is no reason to suggest a pattern, or any ties to Islam, even if the suspects cried “Allahu Akbar” as they blew themselves up. We ought to be as tolerant as they were of us during the Crusades, when Europeans had the audacity to defend their own borders like a bunch of right-wing racists. Muslims then were only trying to bring us all flowers and cultural enrichment. You know what? The best thing to do would be to surrender our weapons and hang ourselves. Then they could just have Europe and America. We owe them!

  • Cathy Madera

    Mr. Taylor’s point about Islam is that no Founder of a major religion was as violent or preached violence as Mohammad. Yes, many people through out history have committed atrocities in the name of Christianity, however, they were not following the teachings of Christ. Violent jihadist muslims are in fact following the teachings of Mohammad. That is the difference.

    • Daniel McGrath

      The Crusade was a belated counter attack against Jihad. If Christians had stood on the principle of “turning the other cheek” inflexibly then there would be no Christianity. Some exceptions to a general rule simply prove that Christianity spread by word of mouth.

      • David Ashton

        No Golden Rule is this religion.

  • JohnEngelman

    Islam has been more sucessful in restricting crime and vice, and in restricting sex to marriage. Muslim countries have low rates of illegitimacy and venereal disease, including AIDS.

    Western civilization should adopt these characteristics without adopting Islam.

    • Our societies used to have those characteristics without Islam.

      • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

        Yup until the 1960s when the Je(wish) cultural Marxists changed it and made everything white or Christian a taboooo.

    • rightrightright

      Pakistan is the internet porn capital of the world, including animal porn. Moslem males can even be required to marry the goat/sheep they were caught abusing. Middle Eastern men enjoy the delights of temporary “marriages” with impoverished young Moslem girls from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, Yemen etc. These men purchase the use of these “brides” from their parents and discard them once sated.

      Then there are the dancing boys of Afghanistan, used for sex by grown men.

      Then there are the estimated 100,000 underage English girls who have been and still are being raped and pimped out by Moslems.

      John, your claims for virtue in Islam hold no water.

      • JohnEngelman

        That may exist on a small scale. I do not know. Muslim societies have much lower rates of illegitimacy and venereal disease than Western societies. That certainly indicates widespread chastity.

      • David Ashton

        Moslem males required to marry animals – evidence?

  • JohnEngelman

    When Jared Taylor talks about Muslims and blacks he resembles the little boy who shouted, “The Emperor has no clothes!”

    We are so used to being lied to about Muslims and blacks that hearing what we privately know to be true can be surprising, even unsettling.

  • Jared, I hate to say it, but it raises white conciousness. The more other it takes to get people to recognize us then it has a use.

  • I would concur. We used to do many of these things ourselves, with our own codes of conduct, senses of morality and so on.

    We had patriarchal societies, usually only the men were out being the breadwinners, whilst the womenfolk made a home and looked after the children. We would not put up with buggery, or degenerate behaviour, we used to hang people for serious crimes. We used to teach girls and boys separately, or in some cases even play in different playgrounds.

    But that is what we perhaps should get back to, rather than allowing Islam to fill up the void and offer their “solutions” to the problems of a liberal West. For it is in the absence of traditionalism (and the destruction of the Church) that Islam grows as a force, along with their birthrates, of course. It is filling a vacuum.

    I have yet to watch Jared’s video. I am sure it will be good as usual and making many very valid points.

    However, whilst I recognise Islam, as a faith, being a major component in European problems and a conquering force that ought to be fought off, I am getting a bit disturbed as to how much Islam is drifting into what is, or has historically been, a site for racial issues.

    If there was a horrific choice to make, as to whether European lands could remain European but they have to take up Islam (or willingly take it up) – or face racial dilution and evaporation, I would suspect remaining our race would be the primary issue.

    The religiosity of civilisations can always change, but you cannot bring the white race back from the dead.

    Islam is a real problem, a real pain in the backside, a real threat. But it is not the only threat and nor do I think it is the primary threat, despite being the noisiest and the one rammed in front of us all the time.

    • KenelmDigby

      Well said.
      The real problem is third world immigration – and how the political class manages to foist it upon unwilling host populations.

    • silviosilver

      However, whilst I recognise Islam, as a faith, being a major component in European problems and a conquering force that ought to be fought off, I am getting a bit disturbed as to how much Islam is drifting into what is, or has historically been, a site for racial issues.

      Islam is a great stepping stone issue to further thought. It’s not at all uncommon for people to progress from noticing severe the cultural incompatibilities of Islam, to realizing how powerless PC values are to correct those incompatibilities, to grasping the vital importance of race and demographics. Alas, the more forceful the focus on the first two of these three, the greater the delay in recognizing the third. This is why “neoconservatism” (broadly speaking) is so problematic, because it talks a tough game and leads people to believing it has answers, but its policies only ensure the continuance of anti-white demographic trends.

  • JohnEngelman

    I have read the Bible from cover to cover including the Apocrypha in seven English translations. I have read the Koran in three English translations.

    The Koran mentions figures from the Bible, but it mentions mentions them in the kind of anecdotes that appear in Bible stories written for children.

    The Koran reveals no understanding of the theology found in the writings of the Old Testament prophets, and in the New Testament epistles. Although Muhammad claimed to be God’s greatest prophet, the Koran mentions none of the writing prophets.

    Islam is a religion that bases its authority on the word of honor of one man. Muhammed performed no miracles. He came before the Arab people with the Koran and said in effect, “This was dictated to me by the Angel Gabriel. Trust me. It was.”

    Christianity bases its authority on the Bible. The Bible was written during a period of about fourteen hundred years by many men and perhaps a few women. It the Bible is a hoax, one has to believe in a conspiracy lasting that long.

    When Muhammad was forty years old he was an obscure merchant with one wife who was ten years older than he was. As the result of the religion he founded he became rich, powerful, and the possessor of a harem of lovely young ladies. He married one of them when she was six years old.

    As the result of the religion he founded, Jesus was flogged, and killed on the cross. St. Paul was flogged several times. He was beheaded.

    • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

      Ok the last sentence. You do know that Islam came 600 years after Jesus right?? So Jesus could never have been flogged by them or St. Paul beheaded by them.

      • JohnEngelman

        The Romans were responsible for the executions of Jesus and St. Paul.

        • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

          ok, thanks for confirming.

    • David Ashton

      You will need to explain to modern readers why it is better to be flogged and killed than to become rich, powerful and possessor of a harem of lovely young ladies.

      • JohnEngelman

        A man who faces a painful death and takes it, when he could have avoided it by denying what he had earlier claimed to be true is likely to be sincere.

        When a man achieves temporal rewards as the result of the religion he founded, he arouses suspicion of being a charlatan.

        • David Ashton

          The example of martyrs and suicide bombers.

          What about most of us? You’ve read the Bible including the Apocrypha from cover to cover seven times in different English translations, but have you any idea of what Heaven might be like at the end of this crazy labor?

          • JohnEngelman

            No.

            Neither really did Dante. In the Divine Comedy he had an easy time describing the torments of Hell, and the mildly less severe torments of Purgatory. When he describes Heaven it does not seem to consist of much but discussing theology with saints. One reads it wondering, “When is the fun going to start?”

          • David Ashton

            Eternal “Life”?

  • Bryce Armstrong

    BTW Achilles is my #1 hero.

    • anony

      But he was such a heel.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        You’re developing a reputation; your puns are sandalless.

        • anony

          They shoe don’t have killed him; he was such a great warrior.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            He would be out of place in our day. In his own, he was all the rage. Ah, well. Έλλας other people.

  • Zimriel

    Possibly the same reason the English let 1400 white girls get raped in one city alone, and why the Californians displaced Okies for Mesoamericans. European upper-middle class types don’t like proles who talk funny.

    • LHathaway

      Yeah, 1,400 white girls were raped, over a number of years, by non-whites in one city alone. In your town, though, no white girls are being ‘rapped’ by men and boys of color. No.

    • anony

      But Turks don’t “talk funny”? Makes no sense.

    • David Ashton

      The “English” were the victims.

  • NoMosqueHere

    I disagree. The vicious war the Bosnian muslims have waged against the heroic Serb christians is one of the horrific crimes in history.

    The valiant Serb Christians fought with the US against the Nazis. The bosnian muslims, of course, were allied with the nazis. Muslim Bosnia is infested with Al Qaeda criminals. The Serbs are righteous christians opposed to muslim barbarism, and they fought against it — so of course the leftist media paints them as the bad guys.

    • Randall Ward

      Don’t forget what Bill, cigar man, Clinton did to the Christians of Serbia!! The MSM helped with the travisty.

      • Daniel McGrath

        I’m becoming convinced that the man was probably being blackmailed. Albright, Clark, Cohen were having a bit of fun hurting Orthodox Christians. Clinton was about as interested in war as Larry Flint.

        • Norseman

          “Albright, Clark, Cohen”
          Hmm… what did the three of them have in common?

    • Dwight

      The brainwashed Bosnian and Albanian Muslims, the only large-scale white converts to a religion designed by and for Saudi Arabian desert Bedouins, have been a scourge on Europe. Russia has had to deal with white Muslims for a long time. The slaughter of innocent school children in Beslan comes to mind. These peasants are “European” in name only. They’ve chosen their brothers in arms — Arabs and Africans.

      Islam and its practitioners should be driven out of Europe, Australia, Canada, and the US. They are alien to the West. Addressing Jared’s point, they should ALL be driven out. For every 500 of them who attemp to live peacefully in the West, there will be a jihadist murderer among them and many more that could go jihadi instantly. Get them ALL out.

    • Daniel McGrath

      I agree that the US deliberately sided against Christ in that conflict. However the problem is race. The Bosnians converted because the Slavs were leasing them hard the Catholics were pressing them. The Turks were offering a good deal.

    • ravitchn

      Not true. The Serbs and Croats behaved much more brutally than the Muslim Bosniaks. Any ethnic groups is capable of evil. Just because we don’t like Muslims doesn’t mean they are always evil. The Bosniaks have always been victimized by Christians since the departure of the Turks in the late 19th century.

      • NoMosqueHere

        The Bosnian muslims surrendered to the Turkish muslims terrorists; they all therefore became muslims. The wonderful Serb Christians defied the Turkish brutes and stayed christian at great risk and danger to their communities. God bless the Serbs.

  • JohnEngelman

    Not really. Blacks are better off in societies where they are in a fairly small minority than in societies where they are in the majority.

    Blacks benefit from the fact that white majority societies are better run and safer for them to live in.

    • Sparky

      And what is our benefit from having blacks among us? crickets ….

      • JohnEngelman

        The only thing I can think of is popular songs. They have not composed any good ones recently. Rap music is ugly and depraved.

        • adplatt126

          Fortunately, they should be able to compose an occasional decent song in Africa too, and if I feel the need to listen to one, I’ll do so on my ipad. So send them back home, so that I don’t have to deal with their kind in numbers on a daily basis.

  • guest

    What use? Put it this way—the neighbors may be trash and dumb but there are some things they see about us that we don’t. It is only the blindness of my love for America that keeps me from seeing some of what the Muslims mean by the term “the Great Satan”. Even a very dirty and bent mirror, will reflect to us things we can’t otherwise see. I’m not so concerned about what’s wrong with them. I’m very concerned with what’s wrong here that is more evident to others than to us.

    • Ellis Kurtz

      You mean there is no criticism of the West from internal sources? The Left, for example, particularly on college campuses. The religious right, also, from a different POV. What do Muslims say about us that is worth listening to?

    • Sick of it

      Indeed. We should always focus on fixing our own problems at home first. To focus on our own people first. To focus on our culture and religion first. Nativism is very American. Internationalism was an imported ideology.

      We cannot fix the muslim, nor should we try. They simply do not belong among us.

  • Ellis Kurtz

    It didn’t start with Charlie Hebdo:
    Penn Jillette explains why he won’t cover Islam or Scientology on his TV show, Jun 28, 2010

    Are there any groups you won’t go after?
    We haven’t tackled Scientology because Showtime doesn’t want us to. Maybe they have deals with individual Scientologists –- I’m not sure. And we haven’t tackled Islam because we have families.

  • Obama: Europe needs to do a better job at integrating its Muslim population

    QD asks: How? What are they supposed to do that they haven’t been doing in spades for decades?

    Obama: America and its integrated Muslim population proves that Muslims can be integrated

    QD responds: Only because, as JT says in this video, they’re not even a full whole percent of the population. Once their numbers hit critical mass, then the full seventh century comes pouring out. In fact, Dearborn Michigan proves otherwise about the great American Muslim integration tripe.

    Source material.

    http://www.straitstimes.com/news/world/united-states/story/europe-needs-better-integrate-muslim-communities-obama-20150117

    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2015/01/11/is-dearborn-michigan-model-of-american-muslim-integration/

  • rentslave

    It’s too bad that we destroyed our railroad industry,as we could have placed them in boxcars.

  • Randall Ward

    Jared is being too nice to muslims. The worst part of the muslim countries is never talked about in the MSM, or really anywhere. It is their society, as it sands alone, never mind the islam part. Read any book that gives a factual picture of any muslim country and it will show you where islam comes from; not from mohamad, but from the people, reaching back 1,000s of years. They are barely out of the caves, as far as their society is concerned
    It has taken thousands of years for European peoples to develop a way of living that gave us the modern age. It is not each White individually, but all of as a whole that make our world function at such a high level. Christianity is the root of our success, and the trunk and limbs are the society of White people, all getting along and working together.

  • What use are Muslims?

    They don’t accept ‘gay marriage’ and they fight the Jews.

    What use are Christians?

    They turn the other cheek and bend over to Jews and homos.

    Btw, what has US been doing in the Middle East? Bombing and killing 100,000s of Muslims who never attacked the US.

    And didn’t Jews ethnically cleanse 800,000 Palestinians?

    • JohnEngelman

      What use are you?

      You are an unwelcome guest who insults the host.

  • King Solomon has 1000s of wives and he killed many.

    Exodus says Moses led a genocidal war against Canaanites.

    Jewish God drowned nearly all of life in the flood.

    Christianity says Jews killed the Son of God.

    • JohnEngelman

      Stoning was the Jewish means of execution. Crucifixion was the Roman means. Jesus was executed by the Romans.

      • David Ashton

        Probably so, but the ancient Jews themselves claimed that Jesus was hung after lapidation for leading Israel astray by magic. This notion has been revived by Jewish writers like Morton Smith.

        • JohnEngelman

          It is interesting that the Talmud acknowledges Jesus’ ability to work miracles.

          • David Ashton

            It’s not nice about Jesus.

      • Daniel McGrath

        Why fight if you’ve got a trained dog to do it for you?

    • dmxinc

      All sinners are responsible for the death of Christ. Including you and me. That’s why he willingly died.

      Jews and Romans were just the means to the purposeful end.

      • What about those of us who do not believe in the concept of “original sin”? I would not have derived so much pleasure from helping the people in the informal GED study class I started in federal prison, were I of naturally wicked inclination. I was teaching them about conic sections just before my release, and that wasn’t going to be on their tests. If I was well-liked for doing this, was I manipulating them?

        They passed their tests and wrote to me to say so, after my own release, and I was delighted, even though I gained nothing at that point. If that was part of the “Purposeful End” you mentioned, whatever happened to the concept of free will?

        Am I am only (only?) a particularly intelligent form of animal? Animals don’t have original sin. Even some pack instinct wouldn’t explain why I was later happy for them, a thousand miles away. I’ve been home 11 years and off paper 8 years, and I still regard that as a job well done. Pity is not a uniquely Christian concept.

        God sometimes messes around with me. When I found a five dollar bill last year, I said “Thank you, God!” Within the minute, I found a twenty. I imagined He decided “Let’s jack with this agnostic a bit.” Maybe it was just keen eyes and corrective lenses.

        One of my old childhood bullies died in a hospice last August. He apparently went off his bicycle somewhere in Washington state and smashed his head, leaving a wife and two kids behind. If he’d have driven here and said he was sorry, I’d have taken him him and our respective kids fishing.

        Isn’t that what God would want?

        • dmxinc

          Hi Michael. Always a pleasure to read your posts.

          Of course, theology can be complicated. Before I get to your post, just let me clarify that I was responding to the “Jews killed Jesus” post. That claim is one that contradicts Christianity, not necessarily on the basis of an event (the Crucifixion), but rather on the reason for Christ’s life in the first place (to be a living example and a perfect sacrifice for all sinners and for all sin). He would have chosen to die for all of us with or without the presence of any Jews.

          I am not surprised that you have done some good and selfless acts in your life. It is probably safe to say that most people have done similar things also.

          The questions really comes down to: Is there a God? Was Jesus, God in the flesh? And: Did Jesus die for the sins of the world and, very important, did he rise from the dead? If Jesus did not show victory over death, then he was just a nice guy with some nice things to say.

          So, there are the choices we have. If Jesus is God, he said the only to God the Father is through Him. It matters not how many nice things we have done. Many might want to argue with Jesus on this point, but if he is God, He makes the rules. It is His world. Things must be done His way.

          If you decide He did not rise from the dead, that he is not God and that God doesn’t really concern himself with us one way or the other, that is a different path altogether. No matter how you cut it, it does take faith to be a Christian.

          For one with a scientific mind like yours, may I suggest watching the DVD “The Star of Bethlehem.” I think you will find it fascinating.

          Also may I suggest from a former intellectual atheist, C.S. Lewis, the book “Mere Christianity.”

          • I believe Jesus spread parts of the Word, but was only a man, at the end a very brave, tough, stubborn man. That’s the best thing I can call anyone. Worshiping the messenger instead of heeding the Word seems a distraction to me.

            I read C.S. Lewis in college. He was good. That said, I want victory, rather than salvation. When people like me have permanent settlements on Mars, the moons of Jupiter and finally on planets orbiting other stars, I will call it “finished”. I want only that, and not “salvation”.

          • dmxinc

            Whatever human beings accomplish, Michael, we all die sometime.

            The biggest question we face in life is what happens when we die? Do we just turn to dirt or is there an existence afterward?

            Religions try to give hope that there is something more. If there isn’t, what difference do any of our “accomplishments” make?

            Even on this site concerning race realism. I am here because I haven’t seen a compelling argument that God would just have us lay down and be conquered by masses from the Third World. If that is so, as so many liberals try to profess, then Western Civilization would never have made it out of its infancy. There would also never have been a United States. I can’t believe that path is correct.

            So obviously, I believe in God and a life hereafter. It’s a struggle trying to understand what to do to treat others correctly and still protect your family, country and culture. Life was simpler when people were separated. The greed that brought us slavery, the greed today that brings an attitude that GDP is all that is important, and PC brainwashing that promotes “diversity and multiculturalism” have really put us in a bad situation. I just want to do what is right, but I really have not arrived at any clear answers after dealing with these issues for over 25 years.

          • David Ashton

            There is nothing in the Bible to support the amalgamation of races into one general mess. It is an idea favored mostly by the anti-religious Left.

          • dmxinc

            I agree with you. In fact, if the radical Left is in favor of something, a Christian should look very hard at the facts if they find their own position in line with that of the radical Left. Something is bound to be theologically wrong.

          • I will also die, and when I do, it will probably be as about 155 pounds of meat that will go bad unless it is soon buried, cremated or farmed out as transplant organs. Since I have long collected skulls, I hope eventually someone has mine on their mantlepiece when I am done using it.

          • dmxinc

            That is what you hope happens to your skull.

            What about your soul?

            If there is no soul, then everything ultimately is meaningless, including what we discuss on this site.

            You have a soul Michael.

          • David Ashton

            Did Jesus actually “claim to be God” and if so was he a “good man”. The Lewis syllogism is fallacious, much as admire this great Englishman and his work.

          • dmxinc

            Yes, Jesus did most notably in front of the Sanhedrin which is why they called for his death.

          • David Ashton

            AmRen is not the best or most appropriate place to debate either the Christian religion or the “Holocaust religion”, but I would state that “the Bible” is not a single Book of faultless historical accuracy, but a library of documents selected by the RC Church long after the death of Jesus. The unreliability of “factual detail” in the New Testament is notably evident in the gospel accounts of the trial(s), crucifixion and resurrection. Numerous modern first-rate scholarly, even relatively conservative and “apologetic” commentaries and studies, make this quite clear; e.g. among hundreds Ernst Bammel & C.F.D. Moule (eds) “Jesus and the Politics of His Day” (Cambridge 1985).

            It seems to me that the collaborationist Judean priesthood, especially after the Temple incident, regarded Jesus as a disturber of the peace and a threat to their own interests – Annas was making a nice little profit from the “den of thieves” – whether or not they also seriously suspected him of sorcery.

            They were out to get him and to implicate the Roman authority in his removal. But according to his statement to Caiaphas, he did not claim to be God himself but eventually coming as a judge on his behalf. Incorrigibly severe blasphemy would normally have resulted in being stoned and hung up on a tree.

            “The titles Messiah and Son of the Blessed One are not blasphemy, since a Jewish king could be both, but they are politically dangerous” (see e.g. “The Jewish Annotated New Testament” [Oxford 2011] p.92).

            I do not deny the possibility of God and therefore “miracles”, but cannot see how a real man could also be God, especially if he prays to himself and had an artificially created male gene. Not even God can square a circle.

      • David Ashton

        I wasn’t responsible for the death of anyone.
        Do you think God the Father had his Only Son killed?

        • dmxinc

          The Son went willingly and he would have done so for you alone. Yes, you are as responsible as anyone. Sin must be paid for.

  • Taylor is a craven sucker of Jews.

    Speaking of misogyny, who run the porn industry? Jews, aint it?

    Who controls the music industry that spews filthy rap music. Jews, aint it?

    So, Muslims aren’t the only misogynists.

    And was Sabrina Rubin Erdely a Muslim? Or a Jew?

    And which group funded Obama and ‘gay marriage’?

    Again the Jews.

    • JohnEngelman

      Jared Taylor is a brave and brilliant man who tells the truth. Race realism and anti Semitism are incompatible.

    • Whitetrashgang

      well I cant see this being up much longer.

  • I have made my other comments elsewhere on this article, regarding how Islam is not the only problem in town. However, it is a good video that does discuss Islam in a clear way and gives off a good message about the future that awaits if things carry on and why it is imperative that Islamic immigration stopped and calls made for reversal!

  • curri

    Islam is not a threat in itself. It is a tool used by others. From the Winter 2011 issue of The New Atlantis: “Forty-six Muslim countries combined contribute just 1 percent of the world’s scientific literature; Spain and India each contribute more of the world’s scientific literature than those countries taken together. In fact, although Spain is hardly an intellectual superpower, it translates more books in a single year than the entire Arab world has in the past thousand years…Between 1980 and 2000, Korea granted 16,328 patents, while nine Arab countries, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the U.A.E., granted a combined total of only 370, many of them registered by foreigners. A study in 1989 found that in one year, the United States published 10,481 scientific papers that were frequently cited, while the entire Arab world published only four. This may sound like the punch line of a bad joke, but when Nature magazine published a sketch of science in the Arab world in 2002, its reporter identified just three scientific areas in which Islamic countries excel: desalination, falconry, and camel reproduction. “

    • JohnEngelman

      The Islamic world is a threat because we allow it to be. Islamic armies are easy to defeat on conventional battlefields. The only reason we have a problem with guerilla warfare is because we are not ruthless enough to suppress hostile populations. The only reason we have a problem with Muslim immigrants is because we allow them to move to our countries.

      • Hostile populations are relatively to exterminate. One cuts off their food supply. Do you remember the movie “The Searchers”, in which John Wayne blasts away at a herd of bison, just to kill them and thus deprive the Comanche of the meat and hides? That’s the way it was done.

        • JohnEngelman

          “The Searchers” sounds like an appalling movie.

          • It was actually one of the very best.

          • JohnEngelman

            A celebration of the genocide of the American Indians is not what I would consider a good theme for a movie. I am glad that Hollywood would not make a movie like that now.

          • I would not say “celebration” so much as “explanation”.

        • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

          That was stupid because the Bisons did not kill any humans. Sometimes white people do do stupid things and harm the environment.

        • David Ashton

          “Get on yer camels, and get outa town!”

      • Harry

        The best way for United States Armed Forces to fight against Muslim terrorism is for the the bullets in the combat arms of our soldiers and marines to be coated in pig’s blood!

      • rightrightright

        Our quisling leaders have planned and enabled Moslem mass emigration into our lands. For such treachery I truly hope they will be tried, judged and face the firing squad for their crimes against our civilisation. The Moslems themselves, without the Obamas, Hollandes and Camerons who prop them up, are mere troublesome little squirts who the West’s technology could vanquish in an afternoon.

        Further, the Middle East needs food imports from the West more than we need their oil. Let them eat their oil while we frack our way home.

        • JohnEngelman

          Our leaders allow Muslim immigration because the electorates in democratic countries allow them to. Public opinion on this may be changing.

        • Carney3

          Fracking natural gas has done great things, bringing down the price of that commodity 85%. But that does nothing for energy independence since almost no cars can use natural gas and almost no electricity comes from oil – the extra natural gas is simply undercutting coal instead. While domestic natural gas is better for the environment than domestic coal, that’s no net gain for energy independence, since it leaves the issue of our cars’ dependence on oil-derived fuel unaffected.

          We should ignore the libertarian absolutists and insist on strong measures to encourage natural gas cars, electric cars, and flex fuel vehicles (which can run on natural gas derived methanol fuel as well as gasoline).

      • And not only move to our countries but also the corrupt, US government supports them (with taxpayers’ money) and accommodate their demands once they’re here!

    • RationaliseThis

      Most of the synthetic membranes come from Germany or Israel.

  • Sparky

    I liked Pamela Geller before she got hooked up with Spencer. Spencer is a pacifist liberal. Lawrence Auster called him to task on his leftist ideas many times.

  • Musashi5000

    No it doesn’t.

  • Michael North

    Islam is incompatible with what we call democracy for two reasons:
    It is obscurantist, admitting no rational argument. The Koran is the word of God. How do you know? Because the Koran says so.
    Its aim is theocracy. While democracy is the worst form of government, apart from all the others, theocracy is the worst, including all the others.
    To imagine that Islam is compatible with democracy is a delusion shared by “moderate Muslims” and secular liberals. “Moderate Muslims” only exist in countries which are not run by Muslims.

    • Bartek

      Look what ‘democracy’ (eg. the front used to enable kleptocracy) has done to European peoples, our Nations, our homelands.
      The lie of representational government isn’t a concept I would fight to defend.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Pamela Geller is a jewess, but we all know how her own tribesman brought about this problem to the west. Heck, one of her own relatives Barbara Specter is hell bent on multiculturalizing Europe and she wants her own tribe to be the forefront of all that.

    • David Ashton

      The atheist Left have a de facto alliance with religious Muslims.

      Why not a patriotic Right to have a de facto alliance with anti-Islamic Jews?

      • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

        Jews do not want what is best for America, but for themselves.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Islam like non whites and blacks are of no use to the west. Kick all of them out.

  • I’m increasingly convinced there will be a war between whites and Muslims in Europe our lifetime.

    • Daniel McGrath

      GIA was an Algerian crew who conducted a guerrilla war in France. The Hebdo Killers are the same bunch. The war is on. The Serbs felt the first sting of the immivasion thanks to Uncle Sam.

  • Eh, lets be careful there. The Chechnians are white too.

    As far as I’m concerned, Islam only appeals to the criminal dregs of white society.

    • hastings88

      Chechens are no more white than Afghans or Arabs.

      • Neither are Bosnians.

      • Bartek

        Bull.
        Chechens are genetically ‘whiter’ than many Spanish, Italians, and of course the ‘new British’.

  • Harry

    There is a very simple solution to the threat of Muslims invading non-Muslim nations, committing horrendous acts of terrorism, and imposing sharia law on non-Muslim nations, just like what is now happening in Great Britain. That solution is for the non-Muslim nations of the world to put aside their differences, unite in a common defensive action, and threaten to parachute live pigs on Mecca, if the Muslim world does not stop terrorism, and stop attempting to conquer and impose sharia law on the non-Muslim nations of the world!

    • MikeofAges

      No, Harry. Borders, Harry. Borders. Our side. Your side. Trade at fair prices, but our side, your side.

  • Harry

    The Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812, was signed in what is now Belgium on December 24, 1814. The Battle of New Orleans happened on January 8, 1815, even though the war was already over. This is because in those days, it was impossible to spread the news of the end of this war, in time to prevent the battle. News traveled very slowly back then.

    Today, we have the internet, email, fax machines, intercontinental telephone and cell phone systems, and of course texting. Today news travels around the world in a split second. Mark Twain’s predictions about the advent of the internet, indeed came true.

    If the world of 200 years ago had this kind of technology, the Battle of New Orleans absolutely never would have happened. Just imagine Andrew Jackson throwing his cell phone against a tree and smashing his laptop computer, in a fit of rage because of not being able to get revenge on the British, for the time when during his youth a British officer slashed his face with a sword!

  • Garrett Brown

    That’s incredibly false.

    • David Ashton

      Read “The Persecution of the Catholic Church in the Third Reich”. To be sure, some of the RC priests therein were pedophiles and currency smugglers. ALSO IMPORTANT: THE COMMUNISTS TREATED CATHOLICS AND OTHER CHRISTIANS FAR WORSE, but you won’t hear much about that “holocaust” in the next few weeks.

  • saxonsun

    Rhetorical, yes?

  • saxonsun

    To hate all things British is to reveal oneself as a total crackpot.

    • adplatt126

      Not if you’d been tyrannized by its empire since your birth. Then such a hatred seems quite rational. Without a little hatred, there likely would never have been an American Revolution. How quickly Americans forget who their enemies are and why they are so. Even during WW2, that snake Churchill was enthusiastically ceding whole swathes of Europe to the Soviet Communists. Yeah, a real hero for the West. In order to maintain their empire (and for little other reason), the British twice dragged America into an unnecessary war on their side. The world is a worse place today given that fact.

      • David Ashton

        History is a bit more complicated. You ignore Roosevelt and his coterie. In 1916 and 1940 Germany sought peace with Britain, including withdrawal of armed forces, but certain influences based in the USA put pressure on both the US and the UK politicians. The loss of the British Empire and of eastern Europe was no benefit to anyone except the Stalin-Roosevelt-Hiss coterie. Since 1945 Britain has been a dependent on America, and since 1956 a tool of its foreign policy. English politicians like Mosley opposed these developments all along. Now the Anglo-Saxon peoples should unite against greater common dangers.

        On Churchill, read both his admirer Martin Gilbert in “Churchill and the Jews” and his detractor David Irving in “Churchill’s War, vol.1”.

  • Exceptions to God Muslims noted – but those opinions expose the greater problem. Making exceptions for bad behaviors!!! There was once a time when threats to our family and communities would not be tolerated. Some losses are too hurtful and every threat, including potential threats were removed. Exceptions provide the opportunity for Good Muslins to be angered and act to to avenge their religious brethren. Our heritage cannot endure more diversity. The extraction of trouble must be broad and inclusive – otherwise you’re splitting hairs – relying upon the source of the problem to behave themselves, or automatically presuming a Good (?) will not go bad. The same is seen in avoiding collateral damage in war. There are no innocents in war. On some level every member of the society plays a role to support and perpetuate the war. Love and support, clothes, feeding, giving a reason to fight… all prolong the battle. Want to end war? Start killing a mans family. That hurts. That removes his will to fight and his support devices. We have not won a war since avoiding collateral damage.

  • ricpic

    What are our rulers after? Since it’s impossible not to see that Islam is a mortal danger to the people, us, that the rulers supposedly protect, could it be that the rulers are out to get us? Yes, it could. As to why the rulers are that sick, that’s a whole other conversation. But that they are sick, terribly sick, is clear.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    750 “no-go” zones in France?? One wonders just how bad it has to get before whites finally wake up – if ever.

  • David Ashton

    There have been several recent biographies of the Mufti, including one revisionist study, but I am not sure about the authenticity of this “death camp” recommendation.

  • David Ashton

    They were supposedly “guest” workers who would return after a time.

  • David Ashton

    Emulation but not Submission.

  • dukem1

    Pathetic.

  • E7 sharp 9

    Jared speaks well, but seems to embrace the Mainstream Media party line with regards to what are obvious false flag, psyop, propaganda events. Who is driving non-white immigration into countries traditionally called home to White people? Who is a instigator of known false flag operations? Answer these questions and you get shut censored, or you begin the real fight for the survival of White people, right out in the open.

    • What “false-flag” events were these? The mass rapes of white English girls by Pakistani Muslims?

      • Carney3

        All a giant conspiracy to make Islam look bad. They’ll tell you so, and a depressingly large portion of obsessive distracted pro-whites will believe it.

        • RationaliseThis

          I have no problem with Islam, just so long as its not in my country and at least 1000 miles away. The folks that are building islamic state, if successful, will evetually deal with Israel. Good. They will also evetually deal with zionists elsewhere, 911 was one example of attacking a zionist controlled area and fairly close to target given the address. Then they might deal with Jews everywhere. The folks that denuded Christianity and Judaism from the Arab peninsula are determined, something we lack.

          I agree most muslims are poor chumps and we would be equally poor chumps to do Israels work for it. Still their attitude to mini skirts, Pinot Noir and Ham means they don’t belong in west.

          It’s worth noting that 70% of France’s prison population is Muslim from about 15%. Disaster for whites.

      • Bartek

        Would you prefer Nigerian “Christians” did it instead?
        The problem isn’t Islam, the problem is mass migration/colonization.

  • hihellothere

    “Every war when it comes, or before it comes, is represented not as a war but as an act of self-defense against a homicidal maniac.”
    ― George Orwell

    Muzzies are just another boogeyman, in a long list of boogeymen, to keep the sheeple in fear and the gears of commerce lubricated with blood.

    • Carney3

      When your head is being sawed off, be sure to tell the YouTube audience you’re too sophisticated to believe this is happening to you, and they shouldn’t buy into it either.

  • Carney3

    Islam and especially its worst and most fanatical sects is empowered by oil, and especially by oil’s near monopoly on transportation energy. If you care enough about this issue, there’s something you can individually do every day that makes a difference. Get a car that can run on something other than gasoline or petro-diesel, and run it on that something else.

    The easiest way is to get a flex fuel vehicle (FFV) and run it on E85 ethanol, easiest if there’s a filling station selling E85 within a reasonable driving distance of your home. Easiest because there is a big variety of FFVs (cars, SUVs, pickup trucks, minivans, etc.) from many automakers, including affordable used ones. There are 2,400 stations selling E85 right now.

    Another is to get an electric car or a plug-in hybrid, and charge up at home in your garage for your everyday local driving needs. The plug-in hybrids such as the Chevy Volt, Ford Fusion Energi, etc., can fall back on gasoline for relatively rare long distance driving. If you can afford it, you should without question get the Tesla Model S, arguably the finest car ever made. The Nissan Leaf and BWM i3 are also decent choices.

    Another is to get a bi-fuel vehicle (gasoline and CNG), and run it on CNG whenever you can. There are hundreds of CNG stations nationwide.

    Finally you can get an older diesel vehicle and run it on biodiesel.

    I do not recommend getting a hydrogen fuel cell car.

    See “Pump: The Move”, now out on iTunes and soon to come on Google Play, for more. Alternative fuel stations and cars can be found a search away. Or ask me for more information.

  • JohnBoye

    Who has been behind the push for mass immigration into Europe? Certainly not native Britons or Europeans! We did not vote for ‘multiculturalism’; it was foisted upon us without notice. Also, Jewish women have had ‘women-only’ pool hours for decades in the US and Europe. Please don’t become just another Muslim-bashing organisation! Dig a little deeper!

  • stewball

    If you knew your history you’d know that my country men didn’t let them in.

  • Daniel McGrath

    If Ireland, Wales, England, Scotland converted tomorrow…the same white people would be running it.

    The problem isn’t a creed, the problem is race. Dark skinned pakis and Nigerians would still find an excuse to shoot and otherwise maim whites.

  • Daniel McGrath

    Handy isn’t it?

    Lol. Sometimes, you gotta wonder when the dubya-dubya too will be seen for what it was. Asians, Africans and Americans invading Europe.

  • Daniel McGrath

    Interesting to see so many posters desperate to link Islam to National Socialism.

    When does that Hitler card get played out? It’s getting boring. We don’t exist in a similar situation to the interwar years. There’s nothing particularly unusual about what the Germans did. It’s going to vanish in history that good old ww2. That’s when the darks invaded Europe. Red Tails told me so.

    • RationaliseThis

      You can, if somnclined, link National Socialism as a reaction to Judaism quite as easily as you can link Islamo-Fascism. A focus on purity of lineage seems very Judaic (almost obsessional at times) and appears essentially racial and no moreso than the NS. Of course the NS were explicit rather than implicit. Differences in in group and out group morality are still common in parts of Judaism. Yes you can find black Jews but you can also find black and part black na zies that fought in WW2. There is even a book on them.

      Unfortunately the motion picture industry will milk WW2 and the holo by producing a movie quite frequently.

      • Daniel McGrath

        That’s a more complex argument with some merits. I was thinking more about the glib: “those Muzzies are so Nazi” rather than commenters who publish a comparative analysis.

  • Daniel McGrath

    He was an Ulster Scot. Probably a McShane of one sort or another. McShane means Johnson.

    The am McShanes had an ethnic hate for the Catholic Irish and the English.

  • ravitchn

    There is a lot of ignorance about Islam. It is not a problem because it comes from the Middle East. Judaism and Christianity come from the same place. It is a problem because unlike Judaism and Christianity which have after centuries abandoned their primitive semitic barbarism, Islam has in 1300 not found a modus vivendi with the modern world and mind. Perhaps some day it will, but not soon. The Charlie Hebdo killings were executions for blasphemy. Until 1800 Christian states also killed blasphemers, as well as heretics, adulterers and witches. But Islam has not changed. We cannot fight Islam unless we understand what we are dealing with.

    • IstvanIN

      We evolved, they devolved.

      • Bartek

        We got soft, they stayed the course.

    • RationaliseThis

      I think the last Blasphemer was executed in 1697, Thomas Aikinhead, certainly a disgrace.

      “Christianity” was always based around Reason, the kind of logic developed and written down by Greek philosophers such Socrates in 900BC. Islam completely rejected philosophy and reason Around 1100AD after Al-Ghazalis islamic treatise “the incoherence of the philosophers” entirely in favour of revelation. The Koranic jibberish is pretty much inconsistant with logic or sanity anyway.
      This fundemental difference, reason based on Christs example and teachings versus revelation is Why islam can not progress. You can read about it in Neil’s “closing of the muslim mind”. Worth it just for Roger Scruttons forward.

      The preceding Pope, Benedict, in his Regensburg address warned we are in danger of dehellenisation. This current left wing nitwit Pope will hurry that on I fear.

      Christs teachings were radical and fused well with Hellenic reason. Hence Christianity has always accepted progress, that reason can improve our understanding of God as well as the universe. Even I as an atheist accept that.

      Many of the things held up as “bad” about western civilisation or christianity such as the crusades and inquisition were preceded by islamic Jihaads and inquisitions and were merely a neccesary response. I respect the right of Spain to kick out every last invading muslim even after 700 years of occupation given the misery, forced conversions and “civil war” they brought and for the ones who lied about conversion in order to stay to be given a warning,,as they were, and then dealt with.

      It was exposure to Jihaad that hardened Christendom and turned it away from its pacifistic roots.

    • Carney3

      The problem with Islam is that the Koran is not like the Old and New Testaments. The Jewish and Christian scriptures certainly claim authoritative status, but the Koran explicitly, specifically, and unmistakeably claims not only authoritative status, but also that it was dictated syllable by syllable from God, to an angel, to Mohammed, with no errors (Koran means “recitation” in Arabic). That’s very different from the Christian idea of inspiration. It also says that Mohammed was the last prophet and revealed God’s will perfectly.

      This locks Islam into place. It can’t be interpreted figuratively, or in the light of changing circumstances or scientific revelations or broader contact with the outside world. No one can come along and update it or alter it. Mohammed’s way is the only way. Welcome to the seventh century. Your stay will be permanent.

  • redpill99

    They have oil. They provide cheap oil. That gives them economic and political clout. If you ask whites would they rather have cheap oil to drive cars from the middle east and muslim immigration, or no muslim immigration and hugely expensive oil and gas, well money talks.

    • RationaliseThis

      I’ll pay for expensive oil any day if given a choice over permanent genetic contamination of my race and people and the permanent intellectual logical retardation Islam imposes by endless religious violence. This is litterally equal to saving my child’s or grand child’s life.

      It really isn’t that expensive to develop substitutes, synthetics and alternatives to oil. Coal to Oil or or Natural Gas to Liquids is one. The shale oil revolution in the USA is another one. The Tesla S points to a possible complete replacement. Improving vehicle efficiency is another that has been very successful. Lots of countries survive without it and it seems to me that cheap oil just makes us sloppy.

      It’s even possible to extract CO2 from the atmosphere, say in a NaOH solution, split of the CO2 via electrolysis or electrodialysis and to synthesis with electrolytic hydrogen fuels such as methanol, diesel or gasoline over catalysts. Several countries have experimented with this technology including Germany, Britain and USA. The USN considers it could replenish aircraft carriers aviation fuel. It would cost about $2.00/L or $8.40/gallon using wind power, less for nuclear.

      White ingenuity can bypass cheap oil, it would have to be a Government program but if anything it will force down the price of the balance. Coal to Oil was viable at $50 barrel meaning it’s viable now given the price but investors are put of by climate change politics and the realisation that the Saudis would simply drop their price.

      • Carney3

        You’ve got the right attitude and goal. Free market purity is less important than weaning our selves from jihad juice, and collapsing the value of the major strategic asset of our mortal enemies.

        But the most effective thing we can do is laid out by Dr. Robert Zubrin in his book “Energy Victory: Winning the War on Terror by Breaking Free from Oil”. He is definitely hostile to Islam, but is not one of “us”. That’s fine, we don’t need him to be. His plan is to simply make it a required feature in all new gasoline cars sold in America that they be fully flex fueled, able to run on any alcohol fuel such as (much maligned) ethanol and especially methanol with an M. The per car cost would be trivial, less than $130 per new car at the factory for automakers, at most, but the effects would be world-changing. Methanol is cheaper than gasoline without subsidies and even after adjusting for mileage. It is made most easily and cheaply from natural gas, which the USA has not only in abundance but CHEAP abundance (unlike oil). It can also be made from coal (more cheaply than coal-to-gasoline) and from any biomass. Alcohols are higher octane and cleaner burning as well. With flex fuel capability a standard feature like seat belts, within a few years there would be a critical mass of cars on the road compatible with alcohol fuel, and filling stations would find themselves racing each other to offer alcohol to avoid being undercut by their competitors. Suddenly drivers are no longer a helpless captive market forced to pay whatever price the oil cartel sets, the price of oil collapses forever, and the various strains of jihad suddenly lose much of their virulence.

  • RationaliseThis

    Indeed and who manufactures “opinion” in the media while suppressing the kinds of opinions in Amren.

  • Daniel McGrath

    The Serbs did not start ww1. Princip (ethnic Serb) had a Muslim fellow gunman and also a Croat with him. Princip was a subject of the Austro-Hungarian empire. He was essentially an impoverished young serf with no rights and so were the Muzzies and Croats. Serbia had nothing to do with the assassins. Each assassin had good reason to hate Viennese control.

  • Young Werther

    JT…why don’t you put out a 2015 up-dated version vol. of PWGI? Revisit it by adding a vol. every few years…it is still one of the best.

  • Garrett Brown

    I am and have been studying Hitler, you obviously have not. From Mein Kampf-

    “I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord..”

    • David Ashton

      In my own responses to you I have also mentioned “Mein Kampf” where e.g. Hitler says that Christians have not maintained the full faith of their sublime Founder and sees Jesus as an Aryan warrior against Jewish financial control. Later he tended to drop the publicly acceptable term “the Lord” for the word “Providence”, and can best be described as a racial deist, although he appears eventually to have lost any belief in immortality of the soul, which he earlier said was a distinguishing difference between European/Hellenistic philosophy and pre-exilic Judaism.

      • Garrett Brown

        Yes, he was very unhappy with what Christianity had developed into. He was a fundamental, original Christian.

        • David Ashton

          Loving his neighbor, turning the other cheek, praying for his
          enemies, resisting not evil, and all that.

          • Garrett Brown

            It’s all in context but essentially yes, that’s what he did.

          • David Ashton

            You could have fooled me, the Jews, the communists, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Poles, etc. “You must learn to hate,” he told Von Schirach’s wife. “We shall pay them back,” he told his Secretary.

            The “ruthless” aspect of what Hitler thought, said and did sunk him and what he might otherwise have achieved for Germany and Europe.

          • Garrett Brown

            It might have had some effect, both positive and negative but no single army of a nation can defeat the world, which is essentially what he and his fellow Germans were up against.

            When the bankers decided it was time for him to go, that’s what happened.

          • David Ashton

            Now we might come close to some agreement, after leaving aside your nonsense about Hitler taking his wife and kids to Mass in the last days of the war.

            No-one forced Hitler to invade Poland in 1939. But it is also true that he had made enemies among those who conducted the system of international finance, and that he boycott of German goods and services had a detrimental impact on the economy estimated at around at least 10% damage.

          • Garrett Brown

            If you don’t acknowledge the fact that Hitler was a Christian then I don’t think so. Also, Hitler never had a wife.

            Bolshevik Poles forced Hitler to invade Poland by massacring the ethnic Germans that lived in East Prussia.

          • David Ashton

            Hitler married Eva Braun in a secular ceremony in 1945.
            It was you who said he and his “family” went to church in wartime Berlin.

            The Poles who killed ethnic Germans were not Bolsheviks. Hitler was then allied to Bolshevik Russians. The Soviets invaded a slightly larger portion of Poland, plus Finland, &c.

            The Germans had a strong case for regaining Danzig and maintaining a corridor. Nazi proposals were quite reasonable, but the UK war party urged Poland to resist them.

            As Mosley said in 1939, “Invade one country and you get a war. Invade six countries and you get a trade pact.”

          • Garrett Brown

            I don’t really consider having a wife fore two days being married but okay. Yes, his family; cousins, nieces, nephews, sister, brothers, etc.

            The Poles that killed Germans were Bolshevik Jews, that is a fact.

          • David Ashton

            Well, I’ll give you the opportunity to prove your two new “facts” here: (1) that Hitler went to Mass in a Berlin church just before the war ended together with his sister,brothers, cousins, nieces and nephews; and (2) that Jewish communists killed Germans near the Polish border just before the 1939 war, an angle I cannot trace in the Nazi propaganda on this subject at the time, when there was active co-operation between the Gestapo and the NKVD.

            Jewish communists were involved in the massacre of Poles at Katyn, and in “partisan” atrocities against German soldiers in Russia, but these are separate questions.

          • Garrett Brown

            Watch the greatest story never told on YouTube.

  • David Ashton

    Sorry, sorry, sorry. As you can see from all my previous posts I am the laziest of researchers.

  • David Ashton

    The maverick communist Slavoj Zizek recently made a parallel argument in the weekly “New Statesman”. He quoted Nietzsche and Yeats on the lack of values and heroism in modern mass-consumer society, and said that the Left should revive its revolutionary struggle against capitalism to defeat its Muslim rival.

    However, as I pointed out in a letter, the communist utopia AFTER the revolution itself resembles the banal and insipid materialism of mass-consumerism of goods and pleasures, except on a global but equal-ration scale – with more and more of much the same, plus a difference in management from “private profiteers” to “democratic committees”, the abolition of traditional parenthood and the amalgamation of all ethnicities, especially the wicked white west, into a universal “shallow sewer”. Not only the analyses of Nietzsche and Yeats are needed, but also their aristogenic recommendations. My letter has not been published.

  • justa nothernigger

    I think I can find a few “uses” for them.
    lets see…they can be used as :
    -fish food on the bottom of the ocean
    -target practice
    -drone practice
    -firewood
    and that’s just off the top of my head

  • justa nothernigger

    no way.
    islam in ALL forms needs to be erradicated

  • brior

    Burn them as heretics and witches oh wait that was done by Christians……Less than 200 years ago. Such progress and understanding.

    • Bartek

      Europe progressed alright, like a lemming right off a cliff.

  • Bartek

    Obviously Islam is very useful for maintaining a growing population base and resisting civilization destroying progressive liberalism.
    Europeans used to have similar beliefs and also used to be able to conquer other peoples and colonize territory.

  • Bartek

    Modern Democracy never worked.
    It is just a tool that allows a foreign minority group to dominate other peoples Nations.

  • David Ashton

    The liberal media, its “colored” friends and the “christians” in Britain think Britain is not doing enough to accommodate the refugees from Syria. But admitting millions of Syrians would discriminate against all the other displaced peoples, asylum claimants and would-be immigrants from everywhere else. So why not let them all in? After all, England is not an English nation, but a “multicultural society”.

    The previous (atheist) parish “priest” of our local “Church” of “England” said it would be a “good idea” for the navy to go and get all the unhappy people of the “third world” and bring them to Britain. “Wouldn’t that affect our own living-standards?” said the churchward untutored in the PC etiquette. “What does that matter?” said the “Revd” Tony.

  • David Ashton

    What is really going on in your first picture? Has the local imam lost his contact lens?

  • Guest

    We don’t need either one. This is not the decisive kind of thinking that is going to save us. Islam is purely anti-West. A gentler-kinder pro-white, pro-West disposition is self-defeating.