Thanks for your post.
It longs to be re-posted:
Posted by: Morton Doodslag
Feb 13, 02:10 AM
Islam is the crystallization of the brutal, primitive, rigid Arab “civilization.” As such, the rise of so-called “radical Islam” does not represent the collapse of Arab civilization, but it’s grotesque apotheosis. Arabs have inflicted their monstrous tribal “civilization” on countless superior civilizations over 14 centuries, and the Arabs have looted, defiled, and left desiccated wastelands in their wake. Byzantium, Egypt, Persia, Spain, Greece, and Hindu and Buddhist India are only a few magnificent civilizations which Arab Muslims have raped and left for dead. Few ever reclaimed themselves after the Arabs raped them, but Spain and Greece did successfully expel the rapists from their midst.
It is silly to think, however, that the inflamed cauldron of hatred we see spewing from the Arab world is new. It harkens back to the first days of the cancer of Islam. It descended on an unsuspecting world and raged across a huge arc, brutally murdering and terrorizing it’s way to riches, conquest, and genocide. Islam appeared to flourish for many centuries as it parasitized the wealth of those it conquered until the loot was consumed. That initial frenzy of Islamic gluttony ended in the collapse of the Ottoman Empire nearly a century ago, and Arab “civilization”, a.k.a. Islam was slated for the slag heap of history. But then oil was discovered and trillions flowed, unearned, into the bottomless maw of Islam — the monster was revived again.
What we are witnessing is the inevitable result of allowing the Arab beast to survive it’s well deserved annihilation. We allowed the slouching beast to feed on unprecedented wealth, and now intellectuals and politicians express wonder and dismay as Islam resumes its rape and pillaging. We are simply watching a very old conflagration begin to burn anew, but the flame is very old indeed.
Congrats to him for an excellent job on his part!
'And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?'
Yes, I have to say, that is a keeper. I’ll be adding it to my profile page later.