Thursday, March 09, 2006
Blue Revoluton Meeting at Vancouver Public Library.
Another meeting has gone well with the Blue Revolution in Vancouver, Canada. We met at the Vancouver Public Library, chatted briefly with a novelist, Scott, (firstname.lastname@example.org) on tour promoting his latest work published by Penguin, and then got to our own work, idscussing jihad and the general menace that is the colonizing force of Islam.
This city and its residents have not yet been directly attacked by Islamic jihadi but there are multiple groups from all nations on Earth living here who have fled from jihad in their native lands, people from India, Iraq, The Phillipines, Russian Trinidad; and there are Christians and Buddhists and Animists and all other groups who have suffered at the hands of Islamic terror. We feel that we can and must unite with such groups to prevent the Islamic colonization of our particular piece of the world and act in solidarity with those others who suffer more directly than we here do now.
As always we were able to provide each other with a deepeer and broader understanding of the nature of Islam. We read, we bring to the table new insights and understanding, and we influence those around us by speaking openly about this concern that deeply effects us all.
We hope to do more 'outreach' work in the coming weeks by printing leaflets on issues of concern to women and homosexuals and Christians in relation to Islam. There are ethnic communities who might be open to working with us as a broad coalition of those who will not allow further encroachments of sharia and Islamic triumphalism here. We can, for example, reach out to Christians and ask that they support their co-religionists under threat and often at risk of death from jihad; that Christians refrain from funding jihad through charitable donations to Islamic groups such as HAMAS, which the Presbyterians do so often, and that instead they give relief to fellow Christians who risk being murdered by Muslims. We hope to produce effective leaflets showing that homosexuals, for example, should not be worrying themselves over the likes of Jerry Falwell or Pat Robertson, marginal people who pose no real threat to anyone, but that homosexuals should worry themselves to action to prevent Islam from gaining any strength in the West if homosexuals wish to live, not simply as homosexuals, but at all. We hope to make leaflets and give them to various representatives of their respective communities in order that we might all unite against this common violent and immediate threat to our lives.
Our meeting went nicely, as always, and we'll meet again next Thursday or another session during which we'll examine of prototype leaflets and finalise our work on them.
If you had a meeting of your own or wish to comment on this, please feel free.