Friday, February 24, 2006
Blue Scarf Meeting in Vancouver, Canada
We had a special guest speaker for this evening's Blue Revolution meeting in Vancouver, Canada. I won't identify him, but as one might expect we had the pleasure of another unique and valuable contributor to our discussion. Our topics this evening concerned Islam and Left dhimmi idiots, as usual, and this time we got more and different perspectives because of our speaker. I won't go into the details because to do so might jeopardize our speaker's identity. Suffice it to write here that I am highly impressed and found our evening enlightening in ways I didn't expect.
Our speaker gave us details that we would likely never have discovered from our own investigations into Islam. We had the pleasure of being able to ask questions face to face and get necessary details and to get elaborations on those answers till we came away late in the evening with a far deeper and better understanding of our situation than we had before. All of this is generalised, and I'm sorry I can't go into detail about it. I expect that with my new and better understanding of the situation of Islam and dhimmitude that further posts will reflect this evening's discussions.
Our attendance here is growing, if only slightly. Still, we are making progress. And not only we. Others are joining us in their various locations. I hope to have news in the coming days of France that might give us all a chance to feel better about our plight. The main thing is that we show that this can work. We are improving our organising and communications. We will in time rival and excel and we will triumph over our opponents. It's not easy to defeat Islam in a matter of months, and it's not easy for us to sit alone week after week waiting for friends to join us. But they will come if we wait long enough and ask enough people often enough. And they in turn will bring others. In time we will have a movement of free men and women meeting to effect chance that will transform our world from the problem it is to something better. I know it's hard. We will win though. If you sat waiting and no one joined you, think of it this way: we were with you in spirit, and in time we'll meet to shake your hand.
Regardless of how your evening turned out, please let us know. Let us know that even though it might not have turned out as well as you'd hoped that you tried. That alone makes you something I like a lot.
I can't make this any easier for you. You don't need me to if I could. It might well be hard, but when we remember why we do this it makes us better able to endure. Good luck next week, friend.
1689 : Le premier café, le Procope, est fondé à Paris par un gentilhomme de Palerme : Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli. Il existe encore actuellement et se situe rue des Fossées Saint Germain. Il y en aura 300 au début du 18ième, 3000 vers 1850 et 15000 actuellement.
Voltaire, Diderot, d'Alembert, La Harpe, Condorcet, au café Le Procope.