Posts Tagged ‘Sociology’

Obsession: movie review

October 25, 2008

Radical Islam’s war against the west; is the subtitle. Some time ago I was asked to write a review about the movie Obsession. The disk got shuffled around in the move, so this is a bit belated.

This film is well organized, and the makers go out of their way to point out that not all Muslims are extremist’s. So much so, that I was forced to think about the principles of propaganda.

This movie does a great job though, of presenting the threat of militant Islam worldwide. Complete with film footage of militant Imam’s and crowded parade grounds filled with people that have been stirred into a frenzy of hatred toward all things not Islamic.

Being a “Kuffar” I must admit that understanding the hatred that the people in the film apparently have for us is well beyond my ken. Particularly disturbing was the scene involving American Muslims in New York, and the various scenes involving U.K. Muslim activist’s.

Also striking was the film makers use of women of Muslim background to highlight the militant agenda of the extremist’s. Islams penchant for misogyny is pretty apparent, and the use of women to make their points was a stroke of genius. That they also remind us that there are sleeper Islamic terrorist cells right here in the United States serves as a reminder of the Congressional findingsthat so many people choose to ignore like the proverbial ostrich with their heads stuck in the sand.

In conclusion I have to say that every American and citizen of the U.K. needs to see this film.

The Page – by Mark Halperin – TIME

April 24, 2008

The Page – by Mark Halperin – TIME

Utter nonsense, period. That man is a racist, that played the racist card for years so that he could profit from the hate that spewed from his pulpit. Blacks will never get ahead in life or society as long as they continue to feed from the trough of despair that people like this pastor hand out.

North American Union « Truth, Lies and In Between

December 30, 2007

North American Union « Truth, Lies and In Between

Better late than never I suppose. Becoming armed is only part of preparation for what is coming though. Ultimately, the destruction of the Constitution of the United States, and most especially the Bill of Rights is the all to obvious goal of these people that would Laird it over us all.

Slavery in Africa – A Modern Horror Story « AfricaRights

December 29, 2007

Slavery in Africa – A Modern Horror Story « AfricaRights

This story raises many questions. Not the least of which is the shear illogical situations presented. Severing Achilles tendons for refusing to become Muslim? One Muslim may not own another Muslim as I understand things. Crippled slaves also would not be very productive either.

Then there is the statement about how westerners all think that slavery was abolished with the Emancipation Proclamation. That just makes no sense whatsoever. It applied only to slaves that were residing in the rebellious southern states, not even to those that were in the north. So how on earth could people all over the western world think that it applied everywhere?

This is not at all to say that modern day slavery does not exist. It does, and it is every bit as evil today as it was in the past.

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