Monday, October 01, 2012

Diversity is...

...the gradual erosion of rights:
“We, as Americans, have to put limits and borders [on] freedom of speech,” Qatanani, leader of the Islamic Center of Passaic County (ICPC), told TheBlaze. He explained that while Americans may "have the freedom" to speak their mind, ultimately, they “have no right to [talk about Muslim] holy issues“ as it will incite ”hatred or war among people.”
The erasure of our own physical borders by our transnational elite has to eventually mean new legal borders here. This is necessitated by two things that need not be connected, but are hard-wired into the minds of the new men and women of our elite, the necessity of war and of open borders.

Our wars produce outrage; we import it via immigration, and--this is less appreciated--inculcate it in previously peaceful populations, like American Muslims. They are encouraged by Marxian anti-white convention to view themselves as a distinct ethnicity within America--after 9/11 this crystallized into the budding movement we see now. American Muslims are reasonably alarmed at the harsh vulgarity of mainstream American culture, its unyielding assault on tradition and religion as such. There is an invitation to withdraw (you and I haven't that luxury) or, if you're the ambitious type, to challenge it. The reality of Oil and Israel mean we cannot disengage from the Middle East, under any circumstances. It will not be allowed. This doesn't get better.

In the latest case of Muslim outrage it's worth noting an Egyptian Coptic Christian brought his beef with Islam to America and from here wages his war on it. America not only isn't "behind" the video as millions of idiot Muslims think (albeit because the Administration and their media allies used it to cover their grotesque failure in Libya), "America" isn't even involved in the exchange. But like water finding its level, we will have to adapt, not because Islam is violently intolerant, or because they hate us for our crimes, but because both are simultaneously true.

1 comment:

tg moderator said...

When do we tell the truth? I'd guesss at least another twenty years must pass. Consider housing policies for poor people. First we had urban renewal which consisted of tearing down once beautiful buildings that the poor had turned into slums. Then we had huge housing projects but the poor turned them into slums and they were turned down. Then we decided that the problem was that the poor were tenants instead of owneres so we gave them all loans to buy houses and wrecked the economy. We are still issuing section 8 housing vouchers that allow the poor to move to inner ring suburbs which will turn into slums and be torn down. There will always be a next great solution as long as the debt money holds out. No need to say anything uncomfortable. Some day the money runs out and we might tell the truth.