Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Howard Rotberg presents Jamie Glazov in a new Western Classic, "Showdown with Evil"

I thought it was going to co-star Clint Eastwood. Well, turns out this is a different kind of Western, one a little more important to our lives at this time in the West.

Jamie Glazov has a new book out recently, Showdown with Evil, featured at Front Page Magazine. You can read the review there, or you can trust what you know about Glazov and order the book directly from the publisher, Howard Rotberg's Mantua Press, or from Amazon if it's still in stock [which it is as of this writing]. Frontpage writes:

In this extraordinary collection of interviews, Jamie Glazov demonstrates that consistent, searching questions can both enrich and impart coherence to disparate answers: for what emerges from 29 interviews conducted over eight years is an illuminating and important commentary on the largest issues facing America and the West.
We here at Covenant Zone in Vancouver, Canada know both the publisher and the author to an extent, prompting this promotion in particular. However, it is on the strength of the work itself that I suggest looking at this book closely. Glazov is a good thinker and writer, and the subject is important to us generally. As readers and writers I think this is worth our consideration. Link to Glazov's work at Mantua Books directly here.

More at Jihad Watch.

And at Blazing Catfur.

Kill the allawabbit

Britain is rapidly becoming a full-blown police state. One of the latest and most egregious examples of that is the case of Lee Whitby. Police heard him slagging "allah" and for that he was arrested and fined. Slagging "allah" is, in the tiny minds of the English police, somehow "racist." It's a police state in Britain today.
A man has been fined for making offensive comments about Allah during the English Defence League protest in Leicester. Lee Whitby was found guilty of using racially aggravated abusive words during the protest in the city centre on Saturday, October 9.

During a trial at Leicester Magistrates' Court yesterday, the 27-year-old pleaded not guilty to chanting "threatening, abusive or insulting" words that were likely to cause "harassment, alarm or distress."

Although he admitted making comments, Whitby said he did not believe they would have been heard by anyone other than police officers or fellow EDL supporters.

However, magistrate Rick Moore ruled that officers were likely to have been alarmed by the defendant's words.


"The only people that would have heard were the EDL.

"I was not aiming it at anyone. No-one around would find it offensive. Otherwise, I wouldn't have said it.

"I was just voicing my opinion at an EDL meeting with just EDL people around."

Alexandra Blossom, prosecuting, said the comments made were bound to cause harassment, alarm or distress because of Leicester's multicultural society and the fact the words were said in the city centre.

She said: "A number of people present that day were likely to be offended.

"It was a high-profile event and members of the public would have been in the city on a Saturday.

"The remarks are even offensive to police.

"A clear message needs to be sent out about using such behaviour in a multicultural city."


That's not exactly the end of this pathetic story. Some folks are going to push back. Here's an idea:

“Allah is Mohammed’s Imaginary Friend”

"We are launching a new protest campaign that aims to drive a wedge into the thin crack between leftists and the Muslims.

We’re going to do this with this image, and the slogan: “Allah is Mohammed’s Imaginary Friend”.

We aim for protesters to get arrested for having a picture that shows Mohammed talking to a giant bunny. In fact, participants must insist on being arrested, and on being tried.

By doing this we proclaim our fundamental rights, which were not granted to us, but were always ours, and are only now being taken away by the tyranny of state power.

These rights include the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the freedom of religion — including the right to have no religion at all.

We will go to jail for saying that Allah is imaginary."

The very word "police" comes from the word for state, i.e. "polis." Those who demand rule by the state demand a police state. That is a direct repudiation of democracy, the very word coming from "the people," i.e. the "demos. "Socialists, among others, are police-state worshippers. One cannot have it both ways. One is a democrat or one is a socialist.

I say "Fuck Allah and the camel he rode in on." And kill the wabbit!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Hallelujah, Chorus.

This video came in the mail recently, and though it's a bit early for Christmas, it's good for everyday.

I was one of the lucky visitors to the Seaway Mall that day. At first when I
heard the singing start I thought it was a recording but then I looked towards
the food court and I saw a man standing above the crowd singing. It was
absolutely compelling and we were drawn to witness an unforgettable

I even found myself joining in the singing! Thank you Chorus Niagara and Seaway
Mall for treating us to such a visceral expression of the joy of

Subject: Christmas Food Court
Flash Mob, Hallelujah Chorus - Must See!

Christmas Food Court Flash Mob, Hallelujah Chorus - Must See!