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Terror is effective; the West has lost initiative

Submitted by Robert Teesdale, Feb 23, 2015 17:30

Current leadership in place throughout the Western nations is unable to coherently or decisively end the ambitions of empires built by fire and sword. Each failure of statesmen has resulted in devastating world wars and radical shifts of global power and the passing of a generation.

The surest and most determined strategy for the preservation of peace is to identify new leaders as they rise from young adulthood into channels of career and eventually to positions of power. It's called succession planning, and it's performed by every government and responsible organization in the world. It's time to start bringing new leadership together that understands the reality of the rising Caliphat


This article begets a few questions

Submitted by kalpak, Jan 24, 2015 05:56

Why did the next generation of immigrants not integrate themselves? Even the African Americans who came as slaves to US and therefore have far greater cause for hatred of their white masters have integrated pretty well. Were they forced to ghetto life? Was the radicalization conveniently ignored? Were they not encouraged to learn the local language so that they do not compete with the "natives" for better jobs? Is it because the education system failed them in general, no education about modern thought?


Getting real

Submitted by Jay Rohrlich, Jan 21, 2015 16:24

Great article. Let's get real is the message.


A tool for conquest

Submitted by JS, Jan 21, 2015 14:17

I've read a number of passages from the Koran, and have read the surrounding text to make sure it's in context and I agree that Islam is a major threat. The Koran clearly states: - the infidel may be converted, killed or enslaved. There is NO peaceful co-existence. - Jews are referred to as 'pigs and monkeys,' an insult worthy of death, from what I've read. (A huge inconsistency between the God of Judah and Islam.) - the infidel may be lied to and taken advantage of in any way possible. This means that the NO Muslim may be trusted because their 'scripture' says it's their responsibility to lie to you. This is not about individual Muslims, it's a structural problem with the doctrine and organization. Islam will ALWAYS create radicals and terrorists because it's in their doctrine. No non-muslim will ever be safe in a Muslim society. As far as I'm concerned, Islam is not a religion, it is a tool designed specifically for conquest. (As illustrated by Mohammed himself, who used treaties as a means to build armies of conquest and later violate the treaties and slaughter and/or enslave the population.)


Read my story of life in a muslim ghetto...

Submitted by Oh My Volcano, Jan 21, 2015 11:04

Great article...the best I've read so far. I shall add a link to it from my blog. Please read my account of life in a muslim ghetto in Leicester... and please read this article, which may help explain why we have been flooded with people who do not mix well with liberal people....


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Terror is effective; the West has lost initiative [110 words]

Robert Teesdale 

Feb 23, 2015 17:30

This article begets a few questions [83 words]


Jan 24, 2015 05:56

Getting real [8 words]

Jay Rohrlich 

Jan 21, 2015 16:24

A tool for conquest [193 words]


Jan 21, 2015 14:17

Read my story of life in a muslim ghetto... [55 words]

Oh My Volcano 

Jan 21, 2015 11:04

Time to quit generalizing the basis of the Islamic threat [67 words]

Billie H. Vincent 

Jan 21, 2015 10:05

The Truth Is [27 words]

Michael McGregor 

Jan 20, 2015 22:12

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