Friday, September 29, 2006

Moderate + Islam = Oxy + Moron

Philly Imam Guilty of Selling Fire Arms
Party At Charlestown Home of John Rosa -
Chairman of the Town Democratic Committee
Only Illegals Invited!!
Do you remember the illegal alien from Mexico who was driving a bus
that burst into flames and killed 23 nursing home patients
evacuating Hurricane Rita last year in Houston...?
take a wild guess as to where he lives &
how he earns a living today...
*thanks to Pam of United American Commitee
Muslim Students Association... Against America
*thanks to (

94% of Iraqi's HATE Al Qaeda!
How Sharia (Islamic) Law Might Be Banned In the USA


For man, when perfected, is the best of animals.
But when separated from law and justice
he is the worst of all since armed injustice
is the more dangerous.

- Aristotle
Doin' The Texas Two-Step Step-Up
Another Heathen Infidel Free-Thinker Not Feelin' So Free Any More
Mexican Momentos
Illegals - A Gift From Mexico That Keeps On Giving

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

My President dances the DHIMMI SHIMMIE! (Where have all the cowboys gone?)

"The tree of liberty only grows when watered by the blood of tyrants."
Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac

Our Prostrating President seems to bend over a little farther every day...

Borrowed from

"I send greetings to the many Muslims observing Ramadan in America and around the world.Ramadan is the holiest time of the Muslim year and an important holiday when Muslims take time for prayer, fasting, and personal sacrifice. According to Islamic teachings, this month represents when God delivered His word to the prophet Muhammad in the form of the Qur'an. Ramadan is also an opportunity to gather with friends and family and show thanks for God's blessings through works of charity.Ramadan and the upcoming holiday seasons are a good time to remember the common values that bind us together. Our society is enriched by our Muslim citizens whose commitment to faith reminds us of the gift of religious freedom in our country. Laura and I send our best wishes for a blessed Ramadan. Ramadan Mubarak." - GEORGE W. BUSH

Now HERE is what jillosphy WISHES the leader of the greatest country in the world would say to his freedom-loving citizens regarding the Islamofascist goons:
“I would say to the House, as I said to those who have joined this government: I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We have before us many, many long months of struggle and of suffering. You ask, what is our policy? I can say: It is to wage war, by sea, land and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give us; to wage war against a monstrous tyranny, never surpassed in the dark, lamentable catalogue of human crime. That is our policy. You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word: It is victory, victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory, however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival. Let that be realized..." WINSTON CHURCHILL

And here is Bin Laden's official FARTWA issued in 1998 against the USA:

From one of my absolute-best-most-favorite bloggers... a beacon of clever infidel reason, virtue and bravado... Patrick! at - a site you must visit daily if possible (I will link it if I can get my link feature to work!)

World's largest Mosque to be built in London-istan
... while militant ISLAMOFASCIST berates British Minister of the Crown for "daring" to trespass into a "Muslim area". (oh yeah, folks, this just keeps gettin' better!)

Illegal Immigrant Wants Border Sealed - Sites Crime Rates (aka Quality of Life Issues)
Evidence of Mexico's respect for our sovereignty:

Evidence of our own government's disrespect for the American people:

Our Iraq Policy Really Does Spawn Terrorism -Andrew C. McCarthy

"Life Is A Banquet, And The Islamofascists Are Starving To Death!" - jillosophy

Socrates or Muhammad? - Joseph Ratzinger on the destiny of reason.
by Lee Harris
Oct. 2, 2006 edition

Losing Civilization: Are we going to tolerate the downfall of Western ideals?
by Victor Davis Hanson
February 11, 2006

by Frosty Wooldridge

Who will save us from Illegal Immigration?

Socrates on Illegal Immigration
by Victor Davis HansonTribune Media
June 19, 2006

Services After Socrates was convicted by a court of questionable charges, his friends planned to break him out of his jail in Athens. But the philosopher refused to flee. Instead, he insisted that a citizen who lived in a consensual society should not pick and choose which laws he finds convenient to obey. Selective compliance, Socrates warned, would undermine the moral integrity of the entire legal system, ensuring anarchy. And so, as Plato tells us, the philosopher accepted the court's death sentence and drank the deadly hemlock.
Socrates' final lesson about the sanctity of the law is instructive now in our current debate over illegal immigration.There are, of course, many objections to illegal immigration besides that it is against the law: Unlawful workers undermine the wages of our own citizen entry-level workers. Employers who depend on imported labor find common ground with ethnic chauvinists; they both exploit a large, vulnerable and unassimilated constituency. And security analysts warn us that it is insane to allow a 2,000-mile open border at a time when terrorist infiltrators are planning to kill us.
Yet few have criticized illegal immigration solely because millions have, with impunity, flouted the law — aliens, their employers and the officials who look the other way. But Socrates would do just that, and also point to our hypocrisy. The alien from Mexico chooses which American laws he finds convenient. He wants our border police to leave him alone — until he becomes lost in the desert or is attacked by robbers. The employer expects trespassing laws to be enforced to keep vagrants off his premises, but then assumes that the same vigilant police will ignore the illegal status of his cheap labor force. And does the city council that orders its policemen not to turn over arrested illegal aliens to the border patrol similarly allow townspeople to ignore their municipal tax bills? When thousands operate cars without state-mandated licenses and car insurance, why should other drivers bother to purchase them? If police pull over motorists and do not verify the legal status of aliens, why do they check for outstanding arrest warrants of citizens?
Ignoring the law is not only hypocritical and anarchical; it also creates cynicism. Recently, I listened to friends relate that the government had indicted some Indian immigrants on charges of arranging bogus marriages to gain citizenship. My friends half-jokingly wondered why the culprits hadn't simply flown to Mexico and tried to sneak across the border! So, besides the money to be made on both sides of the border, why do we disregard the immigration laws?Are the laws wrong and cruel, and even if they are, would it be moral to ignore them?
The answers are no and no. Employing illegal workers drives down the wages of the legal poor. Cutting ahead in the immigration line is unfair to immigrants who wait years to enter America legally. Mexico wants money from aliens to prop up its failures at home but cares little how such remittances burden poorer Mexican wage earners abroad. In other words, breaking the immigration law is not really civil disobedience but, typically, an expression of jaded self-interest by workers, employers and government officials. Nevertheless, what distinguishes the U.S. from nations in the Middle East, Africa and, yes, Mexico is the sanctity of our legal system. The terrain of Mexico may be indistinguishable from the landscape across the border in the U.S. But when it comes to the law, there is a grand canyon between us. Only on one side of the border is title to private property sacrosanct, are police held accountable and is banking conducted transparently. Public hiring in America is based on civil service law, and judges are autonomous. And the American public has a legal right to investigate and even sue its government. That maze of legality helps to explain everything from why the water is safer to drink in San Diego than in Tijuana to why a worker makes $12 an hour in Fresno but less than $1 in Oaxaca.Yet once we as a nation choose to ignore our keystone laws of sovereignty and citizenship, the entire edifice of a once unimpeachable legal system will collapse.
Ironically, we would then become no different from those nations whose citizens are now fleeing to our own shores to escape the wages of lawlessness. That worry is why Socrates, 2,400 years ago, taught us that the deliberate violation of the rule of law would have been worse for ancient Athens even than losing its greatest philosopher.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Must Reads from 9.26.06


Here are some must-reads from 9.26.06:ón-sí-Americanización-no-article-205-35.htm


Thomas Sowell:

Victor Davis Hanson:

Lawrence Auster on dhimmitude:

Netherlands: Islamofascists could use democratic system to impose sharia:

Visit and look for his recent article on failed and failing states... and read the following:

Somalia and the Concept of Territoriality for Islamists - By Douglas Farah
The situation is going from bad to worse in Somalia, as the Islamist leaders become more and more like the Taliban and less and less the moderates they pretended to be. A population beaten down by years of abuse and civil war welcomes the initial stability and removal of armed groups. Then the hammer comes down. Nuns are assassinated. Theaters closed, radios censored, dress codes imposed.
This matters on more than just a humanitarian level or from the vantage point of a spreading conflict in a region that is fragile at best. It is important to understand that Islamists view the holding of a territory, virtually any territory, as vital to the re-establishment of the Caliphate. It does not really matter where the banner is raised. It is more important to raise the banner.
This was clear in Afghanistan, when Azzam, backed by many leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, agreed that the Afghan struggle took precedence over the Palestian struggle because it would give them an Islamist state. Lawrence Wright points this out in detail in “The Looming Tower.”
It was true later when many in al Qaeda viewed the biggest loss, resulting from the 9-11 attacks, as the loss of the head of the Caliphate. This is not an abstract concept to Islamists. While the Shi’ia have their state in Iran, the Sunni Salafists have only the debauched states of the Arab Gulf, corrupt, flacid and abased before foreign powers.
This is why Somalia matters on a more fundamental level in the war on Islamists and their allies. I have been in meetings where the Islamist triumph in Somalia is dismisseed as unimportant because Somalia has no vital natural resources and is not viewed as being of strategic consequence for the United States. Neither did Afghanistan in 1996, when the Taliban rolled in.
There are several things wrong with that argument, but the main one is this: The establishment of the beginnings of a Caliphate is a huge psychological and real victory for Islamists. It is, by their own admission, a vital goal in the struggle to destroy the West, an intermediate step necessary to set up the anihilation of the non-Islamic world.
Assuming it is nothing more than an unpleasant and unimportant struggle in the hinterlands, of no strategic interest, is a serious mistake, being made now. We made the same mistake in Afghanistan, when we didn’t know better. Now, they explain their strategy to us, and we still appear to have learned very little.
posted by Douglas Farah