Archive for the ‘Islamic supremacism’ Category

“Unko bachana kaun chahega?” India’s Excellent Response to Terrorists:

December 1, 2008

“Who will want to save them?” i.e. “Who wants to capture any alive?”
Mumbai: Doctors Shocked At Hostages Torture reports that the Islamic supremacist perpetrators of the Mumbai massacre tortured many of their hostages before murdering them. The article also says, however, that the Indians may have used what Kumbaya-singing Westerners might call “excessive violence” on the terrorists. The Islamic supremacists’ faces were “beyond recognition” and “One of the terrorists was shot through either eye.”

In other words, the terrorists got exactly what they deserved, and what the United States and Israel ought to give the perpetrators of 9/11 and Ma’alot respectively on a routine basis. The French use the term “pour encourager les autres”–literally “to encourage the others,” but more generally “as an example to others.” We stated more than 25 years ago that first aid for wounded terrorists should be limited to the cost of a single pistol cartridge. (more…)

“Veni, Vidi, Deus Vicit:” Jan Sobieski Day, September 12

September 12, 2008

Multiculturalists and other Kumbaya-singers are trying to define September 12 as “Interdependence Day,” when it is in fact the anniversary of one of the most decisive battles in history. On this date in 1683, Central Europe was on the edge of conquest by an Islamic supremacist army. Turkish miners had already undermined at least one bastion of Vienna’s fortress, and only a heroic response by defenders who actually extinguished an explosive charge’s fuze prevented a fatal breach in the defenses. Within days if not hours, militant and expansionist Islam would hold sway over the heart of Europe. That was when the Polish Army showed up, and King Jan Sobieski III was in command. (more…)

Islamic Supremacists Defeated at Omdurman: 2 September 1898

September 2, 2008

Today is the 110th anniversary of the Battle of Omdurman, where Islamic supremacist Mahdists (followers of the former slave trader Mohammed Ahmad) were defeated by a British and Egyptian army. Future Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who took part in the battle, describes the action from the Anglo-Egyptian side. Omdurman thoroughly avenged the disaster at Khartoum (1885), where the Mahdists sacked the city and killed General Charles Gordon. (more…)

Tufts University Committee on Student Life Slapped Down re: Primary Source controversy

December 15, 2007

We previously reported how Tufts University’s Committee on Student Life attempted to discipline The Primary Source for condemning and ridiculing Islamic supremacism. During the hearing, it is alleged that members of the Committee on Student Life (CSL) conducted themselves with a lack of ethics, maturity, and decorum that brought discredit on themselves and Tufts University. Now, like a dirty-faced adolescent punk who has abused a position of authority over others, the CSL has been slapped down hard by Tufts’ President Lawrence Bacow. Bacow has had to step in like a father who takes the car keys away from an immature adolescent son whom he has caught weaving in and out of traffic while speeding and driving drunk in the bargain.

At Tufts, officials bar censoring of publications

By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff | August 28, 2007

Tufts University officials barred student-faculty groups yesterday from censoring campus publications, reversing a committee’s punishment of a conservative student magazine for publishing editorials that sparked cries of racism.

University officials also overturned the committee’s ruling that forced The Primary Source magazine to use bylines on all published articles and editorials, which magazine editors and free speech advocates said was akin to censorship. University officials kept in place the committee’s finding that the editorials constituted harassment.

Let’s be very blunt. Bacow’s message to the CSL is effectively, “Since you cannot be trusted to exercise your authority over students in a mature and responsible manner, that authority is being taken away from you.” Hopefully it will be a long time before the Committee on Student Life gets those car keys back.