Multiculturalism breeds terrorists

A dose of Theodore Dalrymple

Screen Shot 2016-03-22 at 21.32.25And patriotism is left to the savages

In Britain, writes Dalrymple,

patriotism has been left to the brutes: the kind of ignorant savages who tattoo a bulldog on their biceps and Made in England round their nipples, and who in equal measure revolt and terrorise the cheaper resorts of the Mediterranean.

The intellectual’s

equation of patriotism with xenophobia, and pride in past achievement with an arrogant superiority complex, has left a population demoralised and without any belief in its own nation. Orwell saw this happening. It has created a vacuum for the English Defence League to fill.

Many of Britain’s homebred terrorists

are not culturally isolated and alienated figures, cut off from mainstream British life by ghettoes and the multicultural nonsense that leaves them unable to speak English. Nor do they derive their suicidal-utopian fantasies from an unalloyed Islamic tradition. Their utopianism is at least as much secular as it…

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Saudi Arabia and Gulf states ‘support Islamic extremism in Germany,’ intelligence report finds

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Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar are supporting extremist Islamic groups in Germany, according to a leaked intelligence report.

A brief seen by the Süddeutsche Zeitung and broadcasters NDR and WDR raised concern over a reported increase in support for fundamentalist Salafism in Germany, warning that the ideology already has 10,000 followers and is growing.

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Obama’s New Religion

Shivastus Solomonicus

time-warsGreetings students of the Mysteries, this is Noah Socrates speaking to you from the Akashic Library.  Boy, do I have some exciting news to tell you.  A few days ago, which is a figure of speech because time doesn’t exist here, but out of the Blue there he was Heptakis Triskadeka a member of the ZED civilization born 2,000 years after the death of our Guru Shivastus Solomonicus.  “How can you be here,” I queried, “It is impossible. Only Shivastus entered here on his own power and I couldn’t be here without his help.”  He responded that he wasn’t physically present but he had projected in his astral body because his meditation and research had brought him to look for the answer to a question.  Here is the story:

I, Noah Socrates, was willing to help my philosophical brother Heptakis with all of my research prowess.  One of the Secrets…

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Defining Reason

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I have debated many College Professors and Philosophers.  One of the things I find Irksome is when they insist that all things are Rational.  This is not true. Too many philosophers use their knowledge of philosophy to becloud the minds of others instead of clarifying the subject.

Definition of sophistic

  1. 1:  of or relating to sophists, sophistry, or the ancient Sophists <sophistic rhetoric><sophistic subtleties>

  2. 2:  plausible but fallacious <sophistic reasoning>

    Definition of sophist

    1. 1:philosopher

    2. 2capitalized:  any of a class of ancient Greek teachers of rhetoric, philosophy, and the art of successful living prominent about the middle of the fifth century b.c. for their adroit subtle and allegedly often specious reasoning

    3. 3:  a captious or fallacious reasoned

This isn’t Reasoning it is Rationalizing, making something that isn’t reasonable appear reasonable.  The Argument that they are making…

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YES, WE CAN!!!

Merry Christmas.

Thought Uncommon

BAN SHARIA

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution#Free_exercise_of_religion

“Freedom of religion means freedom to hold an opinion or belief, but not to take action in violation of social duties or subversive to good order,” In Reynolds v. United States (1878), the Supreme Court found that while laws cannot interfere with religious belief and opinions, laws can be made to regulate some religious practices (e.g., human sacrifices, and the Hindu practice of suttee). The Court stated that to rule otherwise, “would be to make the professed doctrines of religious belief superior to the law of the land, and in effect permit every citizen to become a law unto himself. Government would exist only in name under such circumstances.”[27] InCantwell v. Connecticut (1940),

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