Monday, 3 April 2017


Geert Wilders Assumes Supreme Powers with rank of Generalissimo
Dutch King Seeks Refuge in Sudanese Embassy
Yesterday, fleeing persecution by the Islamophobic Geert Wilders junta, thousands of Dutch Moroccans started flying economy class to the USA. Much to the chagrin of Donald Trump, their European passports spare them the hassle of applying for US visas. They were welcomed at various US airports by CAIR officials, who assigned them to their sleeper cells. 

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Liquidation Theology

By Sherlock Gómez 
“Minorities” my eye! It’s Islam, that’s the fly in the ointment. I am constantly amazed by the blindness of conventional liberals to the alarming penetration of Islamism and its attendant evils into Western society over the last four decades. Which was no accident , but instead the intended outcome of Sowdy Arabia’s unprecedented campaign to export Wahhabi liquidation theology on a worldwide  scale. This effort has been crowned with success. It is masterfully recounted in the Wikipedia article “International propagation of conservative Sunni Islam”.
It has been empirically proven that the French aversion to North Africans and  their ilk is RELIGIOUS in nature!  It was discovered by means of the multiple job applicant technique.  Accordingly it is useless to continue denying the religious aspect, nd mumbling about “minorities” and “people of colour”.
Islamists are expert at the art of passing Mohammedans off as “just one more (DUSKY!) minority”. Unless Western elites start showing some backbone, they will be acquiescing in the establishment of Mohammedan hegemony over the West, in the guise of reasonably accommodating vile and primitive superstitions. 
Sheikh Sayyed Al-Ghitawi, Quebec 
It would be nice if the liberal elites could muster the resolve to take charge of the situation and permanently put the Salafilth Column in the West out of business  without treading on the toes of sundry other segments of society. But alas, those liberal elites abdicate their responsibility to restore order in a humane and lawful fashion.
Accordingly the Fascists will have to do the job.  

Such is the brutal mechanics of entrenched ideology. 

Monday, 30 January 2017

Scientific measurement of Islamophobia

by  Sherlock Gómez
Sherlock Gómez is a forensic pimp for the Watchdogs of Virtue and Vice in Derna, Libya.
Islamophobometrology (IPM) is the science of measuring Islamophobias.
Now that the scientific study of Islamophobia (“Islamophobology“ - IPL) has reached such an advanced state of theoretical coherence and conceptual refinement, the stage has been set for the quantification phase that any self-respecting social science must inevitably traverse on approaching epistemic maturity. 
Accordingly I here outline a schema, or panoply, if you will, of units of measurement that is planned -- once fully developed -- to enable measurement not only of absolute micro- and macro-Islamophobia, but also of their derivatives to the third degree along the parameters of space, time, age of respondent and atmospheric pressure. All the requisite terminology is likewise supplied, including abbreviations of all units of measurement and their translations into 76 languages and dialects including Mongolian and Esperanto. 
Thus IPL will be equipped with an assortment of units of measurement befitting the grandeur of its historic mission in the development of the social sciences, namely as a handmaiden of sharia law, ushering in the New Era of Light and Bliss that will inexorably prevail once the supremacy of Allah has been acknowledged all over this planet.
I shall begin my exposé by defining the basic unit of measurement intended to quantify  micro-Islamophobia, namely the quantum of Islamophobia generated by a single individual of median metabolic rate and islamophobic disposition.
In honor of the chief instigator of modern Islamophobia as we know it, I shall call the unit of Islamophobia the spencer (∑). 

The spencer (∑) is defined as a vertical linear acceleration in the amount of one meter per second squared, characterizing the motion of a rising eyebrow, 3 milliseconds after visual stimulation of the matching eye through exposure, at a distance of 20 meters, to 1 (one) mid-sized female wearing a beige hijab. 

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Plan for Western intervention in Eritrea

by Igor Slamoff
I have often denounced Western military adventurism in the Middle East and elsewhere. However this general rule can be disregarded if  special circumstances concur. This is the case of Eritrea, which is not a Muslim country and therefore somewhat isolated because it  cannot count  on unconditional support from its Muslim neighbors if attacked, precisely because a Western attack on Eritrea could hardly be construed as an attack on islam.
The EU can bribe officials, incite insurgencies and hire mercenary armies to do the dirty work if need be.  The ideologies most likely to work are Western democratic ideologies.
The régime’s ideology has little hold on the masses and its resistance to a determined assault would likely be meager. Any tough resistance can be overcome by foreign airplanes and ships.
The country’s religiously and racially mixed population jointly resisted Ethiopian domination  and developed  a revolutionary tradition of interfaith and interethnic solidarity to achieve national goals. This tradition is quite recent and can become the cement for building a new democratic Eritrea, once the personal rule of the tyrant is broken.
Jihadism seems absent from Eritrea.  
But what motives could the EU possibly have to change Eritrea´s régime?
The answer is MANY MOTIVES
Eritrea is a primary source of refugees who flee principally to Europe and partly to Israel. Eritrea generates many refuges for 3 reasons:
1.       because its régime is brutal and oppressive
2.       because the country is poor, largely as a result of the government’s policies, and
3.       because Eritrea has the highest birth rate in the world, so its surplus population, which is indigent,  must seek their livelihood outside the country.
Eritrea might become a model for turning failed states that threaten their neighbors into  states with justice and equality for all. However this can only occur if  the politico-military operation is well planned, well executed and offers  a short-term exit strategy. 
Success in Eritrea would necessarily involve drastic reductions in birth rates. Bringing about such a reduction in birth rates is  a task currently beyond the ability of domestic political  actors in Eritrea. But that is only because no pressure has yet been exerted on Eritrea to cut its birth rate in half over the next three years, for example.  Such a reduction in birth rate can be imposed in the short term by offering Eritreans productive capital and job training from abroad in exchange for restricting themselves to a single child. Ad there are many other methods. 
What is truly terrifying about Eritrea is that its population is MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED TIMES wat its was a century ago.  

I was inspired to write this note by proposals made by Ayaan Hirsi Ali when she was a Dutch parliamentarian, as reported in her wiki bio. 

Sunday, 25 December 2016

China rectifies mosques using bulldozers

Worldwide wave of islamo-skepticism
Ostensibly to assure the safety of its cherished Mohammedan citizens, China has “rectified” thousands of mosques using bulldozers in its western province of Sinkiang.
According to a report from Radio Free Asia[1] dated 12 December, "The Chinese government has destroyed thousands of mosques over the past three months in the restive Xinjiang region ... Wang Jingfu, head of Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee in Kashgar City, told RFA that the government was acting out of safety concerns because many of the mosques were antiquated.”
A policeman in Toqquzaq said of local Uighurs, “Some of them laughed at us when we explained the purpose (i.e. worshipers' safety), and some of them stared at us to show their disagreement.”
Those Chinese have a way with words, you’ve got to admit. Perhaps Israel should adopt this terminology to describe its punitive measures against Palestinian buildings. That would do wonders for Israel's tarnished street cred.

In 2013 reports surfaced[2] that the Angolan government was likewise rectifying Angolan mosques. This triggered outraged protests by uptight Mohammedans in England and the Palestinian-occupied territories (see pictures). Certain unscrupulous islamophobes in the US, for their part, propagated the idea that Angola had banned islam, hoping to spark a worldwide trend (which actually wouldn’t be a bad idea). 
However to everyone’s PROFOUND relief, this turned out to be a misunderstanding and/or canard, as recently revealed by the BBC[3]. On the contrary, it seems that islam is alive and well in Angola, and actually GROWING (yuck!).   

[1] Under the Guise of Public Safety, China Demolishes Thousands of Mosques, 2016-12-19 
[2] Angola accused of 'banning' Islam as mosques closed, Guardian, 28 November 2013
[3] The persistent myth that Islam was banned in Angola, BBC, 18 October 2016

Saturday, 24 December 2016


by Igor Slamoff
It was Barack Obama’s swan song. In an unprecedented move, the US abstained from a Security Council vote on Israeli settlements, allowing a vote of censure to pass. Finally Obama could get back at his nemesis Netanyahu, now that he had nothing to lose.[1]
There's no dispute that international law is on the Palestinian side. However, and at the risk of being denounced as a Zionist agent provocateur of the most sordid stripe, I think it’s stretching it a bit to be so pernickety about international law IN THIS SPECIFIC CASE.
How so?
The West Bank Israeli settlements (not to be confused with the Bank for International Settlements) breach the law of war, which says that a country whose army occupies foreign territory is barred from settling its own people on the occupied land. So far so good.
But IS IT foreign territory?
What country DO the West Bank and Gaza belong to, if not to Israel? Some people say Palestine. This answer is intuitively obvious and satisfies common sense. However law is not based on intuition, and even less on common sense. Law has a reasoning of its own, in which purely procedural and formal aspects play a crucial role.
Brief discussion of international law
The manner of legal reasoning varies considerably from one field of law to another. Unlike in domestic law, in international law there is no legislator whom everyone accepts as such, for example an elected legislature. Instead, as in religious law and English common law, the law is worked out through scholarly discussion, precedent and agreements among recognized authorities, which in the case of international law means international treaties.
Just as international law has no legislative branch, it also lacks an executive branch capable of enforcing decisions. Instead, international law is enforced – if at all -- analogously to the way its laws are created, namely through agreements among the big shots of the day, which nowadays usually means the UN Security Council and its posse of hangers-on.
Well the upshot of all this is that international law is not a highly refined tool like bankruptcy law or tax law or criminal law, in which clear rules exist because there have been millions and millions of cases, and every possibility, no matter how unlikely, has already occurred dozens if not thousands of times, so that all practitioners agree on the ground rules and on much else.
Well, one established rule of international law is that the principal actors in international law are sovereign states or their successors. Actions and omissions performed by actors other than sovereign states have secondary important, if any. So during the many years between 1765 and 1944 when no independent Poland existed, a continuity persisted, so that when Poland became independent again in 1944, the new Polish state assumed automatically all the powers and rights of the old Polish state.
Now Palestine has never been a state, sovereign or otherwise, so to claim that Palestine possesses territory is kind of iffy, more of a pious wish than a statement of legal fact.
And why has no Palestinian state ever existed? Is that Israel's fault?
No, as a matter of fact, it is the Palestinians’ fault.
For some mysterious reason, the two leaders Palestinians have had over the last century, to wit Amin al Husaini (led 1920-1960) and Yasser Arafat (led 1968-2004) were both very hard bargainers, and as a result of this trait, they never struck any bargains.
But as we have seen, international law needs agreements, otherwise nothing gets done.
And the fact is that – at least until Arafat’s death by polonization in 2004 -- Palestinian leaders were never willing to make the concessions needed to swing a deal with the Zionists.
They both preferred to go on struggling to the bitter end, because no doubt they believed firmly that their cause would triumph in the end. Presumably they counted on divine intervention to help them out of tight spots, although historical experience offers precious little reassurance on this score. As a matter of fact, if they really did count on providence, this is merely one more argument in the rhetorical panoply of the League for Eradicating Primitive Superstitions (that I have the honor of presiding), namely to the effect that excessive reliance on prehistoric myths and tribal savvy (not to mention primitive superstitions) is a seriously pernicious trait that is sure to cause everybody involved a lot of headaches in the long run.
The Israeli Labor Party has always been more willing to make deals with the Palestinians than the Israeli right. That’s because Labor is bunch of incorrigible softies. When Israel AGAIN licked the Arabs in the 1967 war, Israel's first Prime Minister Ben-Gurion came out of retirement and made a speech on Israeli TV exhorting Israel to prompt withdrawal from the freshly seized lands.  Ben-Gurion warned that any delay in returning the West Bank and Gaza to Arab rule (I suppose he meant returning them to Jordan and to Egypt respectively) would cause future conflict. History seems to have proven him right. In 1974 the Palestine Liberation Organization was founded in Cairo pledging to recover Palestine by force. Its leader was Yassir Arafat. Nonetheless even after the Israelis bungled by hanging onto the conquered land, there were still various escape routes at its disposal. So deciding to glom onto the West Bank and Gaza after 1967 was an error, but not necessarily a fatal one.  
At Camp David in 2000 – with the active on-the-spot wheeler-dealership of Bill Clinton – Israeli P.M. Ehud Barak made Arafat an independence offer that would have cleared out all Israeli settlements except for East Jerusalem and handed back 98% of the West Bank and Gaza free and clear,[2]
Here is Ehud Barak’s description of Arafat’s approach at Camp David, as relayed by Benny Morris:
Arafat, says Barak, believes that Israel “has no right to exist, and he seeks its demise.” Barak buttresses this by arguing that Arafat “does not recognize the existence of a Jewish people or nation, only a Jewish religion, because it is mentioned in the Koran and because he remembers seeing, as a kid, Jews praying at the Wailing Wall.” This, Barak believes, underlay Arafat’s insistence at Camp David (and since) that the Palestinians have sole sovereignty over the Temple Mount compound (Haram al-Sharif—the noble sanctuary) in the southeastern corner of Jerusalem’s Old City. Arafat denies that any Jewish temple has ever stood there—and this is a microcosm of his denial of the Jews’ historical connection and claim to the Land of Israel/Palestine. Hence, in December 2000, Arafat refused to accept even the vague formulation proposed by Clinton positing Israeli sovereignty over the earth beneath the Temple Mount’s surface area.
Arafat must have known that Barak was likely to be the last Labor P.M. of Israel for a very long time. The rightward trend of Israeli politics has been clear since 1978. Between 1978 and 2001 Labor cabinets became scarcer and scarcer, and the Labor Party itself grew more conservative.[3] 
So that even when Arafat knew that it was now or never, he steadfastly refused to accept the terms Barak offered him. [4]
Consequently, if we ask why the 1947 UN deal to split Palestine never jelled, one can plausibly argue that Palestinian intransigence was a big part of the reason.
Why should Israel be required to comply with an ancient treaty that never took effect because the Palestinians were so inordinately stubborn? Palestine is the only territory I ever heard of that turned down not one, but SEVERAL opportunities to become a sovereign state with a guaranteed seat at the UN.
The Palestinian leaders were betting on their luck.
But their luck ran out.
Now they want the rest of the world to bend Israel to their will, since they bungled their chances through sheer incompetence and recklessness.
I say fuck those Palestinian bastards.
For a long time now the sordid history of Palestinian politics has escaped the attention of world opinion.
Now, however, the jig is up.
We have Wikipedia and sundry other resources at our disposal, where we can find out the facts that Palestinian apologists have been hiding from us for decades.
I used to march in Palestinian demos. Then I started reading Palestinian history.

[1] US Rebukes Israel in UN Vote on Illegal Settlements. U.S. abstains from Security Council vote, allowing resolution to pass. By Sarah Lazare, AlterNet, December 23, 2016
[2] Camp David and After: An Exchange (1. An Interview with Ehud Barak), by Benny Morris, The New York Review of Books, June 13, 2002
[3] See graph Prime Ministers of Israel 1948-2016
[4] Moreover, as pointed out by Zenobia van Dongen, right after the Camp David talks, Arafat instigated a rebellion against Israel. In reaction to this rebellion (the Second Intifada) the Labor Government lost its majority in the Knesset and was forced to call general elections, which it promptly lost to the right-wing Likud. Thus Arafat nudged Likud into power in 2001, where it has remained ever since. See Groaning Under the Zionist Jackboot on